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D.=VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARR II VOl Ill. NO. 21 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH. LA., SATURDAY. JULY 3. 1,6. TER---) PE f Things Tras painhs is WWI* end Abemt Us. lt. mru NI gas has been diosve"* at lastay u Trey. . .. h as m S atset DeuIla Cole tn Bener Melts. he age was drew ed the river at - Dlsvsi, wal..ee a Iftem dy a S eIrat --aith. . _ii e Davd Dai b aI . a i he wa» aise of eedry t" <r ,,,i .. aUibiiei ,, o. u Troy 'ox.. was bedly wreaked I.a -dea m. as theKmU Fr 6M tr chatse. at LaeLata, Ge w dowuedbe lnadl rier i^ li ii ilite* elt SW O ae,, te m , the Jail at n.eb te We.ime. ond a -'aarOmet"weall e'srete- fan tLm mast datm elNt as ola tP S> eman I va. n fI m simam ~se ar-s ar byir wew e r or aby asp n & 11e. am, are theI Usohr r e! - ,, bat etM hefsm, ~ , oe s-~ ei Ytai~te ·esda. ee ee I ..I / at. 4 i 1 set . - i nt- ed ,I Withs i em g II Ik b Ia, iy fee d cx be. itmrl eralmoe atmD. M at ..a U and I- ta UNmtl ruiner In ryv a a b l sixes e edvme *a *· imes· be Nry Web. m ~I~8Ac~x~ck~p U~L be~ . In~t~k ~~iMb~ I tbi bas oem Y~r~~lh --'----tetherY·~ haumiwbie L~L be atb ·I~~L Ibea sr~I. ,Q4. -ea whether or not a teacher bea ritkt to etard Iomoore:reude from sehool spupil who oets raw onrons. As attsbe of the Uaited :atee sarbhsl' ooe in Salit Lake City remark that oalne halUna for oohae ay be llaraline work ia po bu the poia ne sal d pith of its WI beauty does not last to ever. tni's power over the violin wee rub that a erawingrn wth the light turned doe hbia muste would esaee lame to finat sad eheear men to shudder. It may be added thatthete mn't village in Missourl at boot a viollnist who an at least approximate tals. the Phi adelphll Gas eompany of Pitttburg bes coatrol of one of tie leading nature see supplie. It b increased its capital stock tfrm s$1,0tI. to m (w0.OM. aed tor the irst three mostae of tht year declared a dividend of i per osat. on the ilated eapial. a MAe. Hummers hen. B arnesville. 0. over bill loaded her srop and was In danger of d) leg the with henso le. The lady clipped awn th per fIter cutopen the crap. reeded the conteats. m tteed un the tiottelon. and the bhen e now as vtoreiotals s ever, the wounde C1 having healed perfectly. lie Awriter I t'ie Bee Journal Says that bees of I have a uregr oatpathy to dark-olored o- to t Po A beeood of ebekeen run abukt hin t The ob.-oe eunt rone .fthedark onese s death sad did not moloest the lirbt-htoo ad omes. Hie esas that a man with a black plug hat rare pets muan. lee bees dvottngthtelr eatire time to shooting the has. Meesr. Jame G. RI ne nad Stephen I. Shies are it trreated an as lndepenaient oil ednesy., to be stared at WasinFgton, Pa.. by I the Independent oil produce-so toe washing- po ton dintra . The atmpevr ,o erect t a re a as r wl h.v a oapitd of $ 00 . and the ti nlan eotempl tee a pipe line teeucr theL ted as welt as the erection of a retmry with at a capacity of te h.rrele dail Th a is a new ni hnd of oil bLa onee lor Mr laine. we f oreign. of Prince Bsmarek's nrgta, the North German the Genstte psras/ Utladatoee' manifeseo. Lard lddlseetl @ says OGtdtone', polloy meant ue rateion ader A.serican ndllaene. I Darl Carmervou adv - the Conservatives a; te stlk to thIr eolurs and sink m.a r 4d. i ea r w eans. the Col. Campbell Walker has been seleeted by em the C arwvativ. e to oppose Mr. Gladstone in wi thee. minr elestlom. the The Loadon standard says the military adI- I vantage of the sanadian Penslo reitcrad m ay yet be the eaing of the emplre. Mr. Hitdy. soeakng of the Iled segun Me meeting. eat I verdiote of murder bshould tin have bees rstte-st against - hamberlata by the earerca Juries. A Cdes~e Prank. Fifty yount mea st faeing Prof. Tuttu of Phillip4 Asa lemy, Exeter, N. H, Wed- N neday morning when he took his place in the chap dI. It a the expression on the Profeasmr's coanteoance it was evident that astorm was breaing. Imnediately after S prayer it bert. "Gentlemen," sal I the Professor, "I am g ealned to ay that sem a persoas, who ceo adldr themselves u8etiemen, have bar guilty tof eamptlble action. I do not make cay specac t eirge against say per .enlor ystaa gsntlaan. but I have every TI son to btlleve that within twenty-fours I Ai shall as h3tn pesnos of fI cs that will oa lead to the deteetla of the pson or per M sons who loeked tha hone up in my room." The ifty studeant listened with bated df breath. and when the profedar concluded a every face was the peraonl&cats of child- hi like nocene . Lchk man personally en- to Idoled with the professor and said the at fair wat dastardly. ti To a resorter the professor tolk the fol- w lowing stor: "Some time during the night at some of the young men went to mny stable aed takla my best herse, took the maint t itto uae seadeay out nto the drmtory and Sp two light of stairs Lo my a w room, whese I found at this mornng. ow they mamed to get the animal thee I a at a lss se." It took three laborers over a belt bour at this ani to gt the animal down, while S Slthe aMli the village stood aroud anedcheered themelve hoarse. soUd In Iowa. Des Moeles, I., speeal, June 10: In the I cwa eo d. J. Gray agatst J. P. SteIma. I Qm Jmduite*bid and Theodore llakamp nad Slhum, appenaeJ from the deisioea of Judge C. Ii Lveis of the Pymoath district court, the lowa supreme court has again Sput iteelf ooarseeat i faver of the rigid e Sfoereement of the prohibitory laws. The n setlion were for injma tles against the ma Sloe-keepers and the ownes of the baMd las and the preelase. No appearuace was I made by the a'es -keepSU, ut tmhe warns a led a demurrer and a answer. The aP- b plestea was made na vaeation ter a tem- a peorry jneub, mn, and was denied. The sepreme ourt tevr" eddiem on of tne the s E Ie!rfcor tu nlawfal a oa liqvns a t a s J net Ian aes aho that they c the awaun nwho m t txdoeaam. - La mWeiWh, Jm . At fh lst - ~ alghe dyasmela bomb was burleds ths I qa ber to - mdar N. K. Seese 1 easa. The bomb eplsds with a alpelt i Ltbdtl theL wad aly. Mr. em0e droe vr the tat empled the bomb i ba ltrel IoalndI V aete l o th ml shes ~ is nme Ja mber alo e m- th et eA s- ermea5al eatdae l aW he ws on let., stte av pbmwhybdal aatnl for help.m m Ssruostly ut. gee d at ruming away. FalkesbUg boarden P ised. b othu la th at renbr, I* B**t*ld hI belhor was zeeo at Cheste, I, er rve se p wo ree , hvie asein umeds bn tal oanba alteS sem e h to hke me, aeLg heeheed atCme bis all fe w dais s atpastu. Al wen anssersi ad made -a bana ivyelmEr b that otthe Ieane. was wasuoY.seeuyIh tO ml, aer Capitol CuUings. hear to th What is Traispirlug at them FoutaIa Head ef the Fed- a eal b et. roo"" crop, seek gale C'ONGRBEONAIL. In the Senate, on the 17th, a number of bills on thb calendar were passed, most of them of no enearal interest or especial im prtance. The most notable were: A bill for the appointment of an assistant See tory oo the Treasury, Frye's bill for a Con be bhilidm bills. In the House rast basiness of Importanoee was a motion by Mr. Mrnisea to take up the tartM bill. This the Mouse refused to do by a vote of 140 yes to 15 nays Morison gave notice that be would renew the mion naestTusday. The oonse then went into esmmittee of the whole on the naval appropriation bill. In the e the Senathe *ld, the only im portant mae considered by the Senate was the bill repeallng the preeptin sad timber culture sets. No action was taken save to diseuss the measure. In the House, nine veto meages on pivalte pension bills were lreeeived from the President. Mr. Morison alled up the proposed chance of rules concerning the consideration of pension bills sad a deaste ensued. lastin g through the session. In the Senate on thed, bill passed for payment of expenses of steamboat impee- Is at ar y the govenamets. The vote bywlwch of sl the Ll proItn C rsmen acting as sr caralfo n t rilros was passe C wa wu . BIB reeabla the pre empteon and timbereal ore laws was debated until adjourn meat. In the Housioe the day was spent in fllbustering to prevent consideration of Mr. aria's pop ge of rules rela A TEXAS CYCLONE. Nosses Unreled and Steres FtIded at Wacn. Structuree Demollehel In Adjacent Villages and Several Persons In Jured-Crope In the Plield Laid Flat. The storm Saturday night was mueh moss disastrous than was at first supposed. The Stargis blok, on Fourth, between Austin sad Frankiln streets, was completely unroofed and great damage resulted. Moorea Thompson, grocers, were injured by the lood whieh poured in to the extent I of sabout ,00. G. Dun • Co.'s Com o merial Agey was booded and their files is a beooks and memorandums, as well as furnal- ar tare, were all badly njured. The village of Troy, ten miles south of ass the Missori Pacific road, was badly wrecked. Several houses were blown down t ead one man badly hbart. The village of Larena, a little further Ssouth, agaln sa ered. At d o'clock a severe wlsad-srm struck the town. demolishlag about ten bhuil4i among them the dry goIds boase of H. J. Hdson, thesecond r stry beiag aedas a Masolc Ball. . B. Sherman's arialgtral implements and fur alare hse was considerably damaged. The Baptist Chure was blown about fifteen feet from its bieks. H. L Smith's steam enaseeller was completely wrecked: also, D. C. Earlt's eare hoe, . U. Lyon's handbems new dwellig. The storm lasted thirty mss sad the wid was aeome a sled by heavy raI. Luekily, no lives were lat. Seamt news .hl been recelved from the wsndmlag oatry, .ad it is thought mus d ae has beem deQe to the ases. Ts caors LAzD FLaT. - Masterifle, about am males west from m Loem, snd on tinh l dirt road to Belie Sfses Wos., snfered +ensiderably. Several Shouses were twisted almost byond ree " aitlo , sal the crops in the fields marround Sitag were all labid flat as the greund. The whet, which ead been harveste and m S ed, n atere in yellow waves all over te fiels; oeerwise it was not mucWh 7 Crawford sad month Bsque, two emall C vises, west rom Wss, sand Mereor, t jusa latle farther west, sad whi wassi baed eat a law weeks slce--ll had t Iaess newn aonr d sulereedi ether w a emei t had sthitYea y df Inosthe ' AZ and s , B ass et the river, so Ssugegeely. One peallarity these i stIrms is, tey sesm snbs th emsm shr be mi la the evealngsi with a raglarlty ahemt < Sahtesw hemet lee la beteepheric mian. U SThis maks the thidla fr ldays a the ' he pepi ai to a, "When wirtll teasel " h Htless, aine amies s ast, ad the p ad, re a dg e o hr O5, thrte inm. Ih Ia Mewn dw m alm sad' o ea tl I h4r, h hel esLr aa me nta nd be him llales ems whes eke will die. In l etahtmrhihee te lagerytoesps isala , iT vey es. Them s pree a ld the a SsewbmitOt* en severely trashed by the w al he a Ml da t he dee eaa e i l pt ed new-l s emIes bas, dsmhssoin ord, me ere na , ase na M the A l ae ma a as d S en.t T ms Caal ae aedviltlyU w rassM esr sweh the wIth hneay dsefdeam g peatgdmig age maboes swept over the vileMy, dslnglpg a see- - lao m isesmm hiee and hales aIm kaseul enthe seer, ann fell fem s the i t m's head, and peroradag enend Mua se reeilke a mihe The Mihedle *a te One was * dewn or mps, b'kr l as se h.. - e.. m.am a.The ne buildings were badly damsged. At Palge A the storm was sevre. The rainfall was heavy, though but slight damsa was dome to the crops or buildings. At Mexia, on the Fire main line of the Houston and Texas Central Railway. in Limestone county, the storm struck the place about 6 o'clock, wrecking one cburch and several small houses, un- Burr roofing others and badly Injuring the corn tut crop. No lives were lost, the people hastily Inc seeking shelter in storm houses when the gale approached. .Sot mwent ufact ilog, a Ingto Metre the e Aset roilo S: tireb were oat, I Most rush at ww seen *seetL color into erty Ches pleal dear were soon P. A. B. WIDmrER lve 1 is at the head of the Philadelphia Syndicate near of street car mlo who at present entrol the rests street railroad latErls of NW YJet k sa Chicago. coal wall of at noth brob hke f acre acre were that stre stri *. thet the l anti of rm vies nilk bei -em oni the Wx. L. E.Las uenll is a member of the Syndicate which has se- nea eared control er the iroadwa ; surface and re Seventh avenue lIne New York, and saa n. r asesocate of Mr. Widener. drli rlt------ 8 and wh aan' toll L - eye L wet S the sat say hbe Mss.i Dsn t s or fof. me The wife of DVMMaetl ann19 Seeriarf bb eIesm, whom hIt the me m th lm as a tr se Ita travelC e M w the psashis in labus ses bere. lbs - at ys sewingabsetdtnes. in e aems: u . *'e wY ofthein hrv your, inga@ y Tam Dr___ __ _ re_ _. oi m Pesarn. Teade has Ihthebinch whe ims h ::333 tb~~rIet~tah A BOSTON HOLOCAUST. 9,'ol nearb which Fire by which Fifteen Lives were large Lost. Sande When Burning of the New England Instlt- patcilt tute Building-Horrible Scenes and icks, Incldents. exct1 _with I his a.+ BosTO,. June, "2: An aiaztu of fire at requil 2.90 this afternoon summoned the depart- Why t ment to the immense New England Man ufacturers and Meehanics' institute build ing. at the extreme westerly end of Hunt- KA Ington arveae, recently purchasedu by the (ariil Metropolitan horse railroad, and use-l by )r. " I the company as a storage and repair sLop. two o A second sad general alarm immediately Poli, followed. Within fifteen minutes the en- ious tie building was a mass of dames. There guilt! were may men lside when the fire broke nishe out, and all rushed for the rear windows. Hoak Most of them were helped out, but while a lease rush was being made to one of the windows wel. at which a scorcbed and bleeding face was seen the poor fellow fell back into the seething torrent and was past all help. A Wi colored man, name unknown, went back Dalet into the burning building to save some prop- atten erty and was never seen to come out. after Chester L. Hazeltlne and E. L Fallen had , plenty of opportunity to escape, but en- of th deavored to pull out some of the ears and with were shockingly burned. The roof fell in ueh soon after the second alarm was rung. and inter five minutes later the sides of the building in s nearest the roof tell. The roof offered no been Sresistane to the flames, and the strong was I dands were warped and twisted. All that follo could be done was to play upon the burning Dil walls and inside, and as there was no hope st e of saving anything. In less than two hbors nothing remained but charred ruins and broken, crumblinga walls. The great barn- C lake structure, whieh covered an area of five lnqu acres with a floor space of nearly eight Can, acres, was so full of flame that the wall, mon were blown out. Soon as it weas learned is a that lives were lost in the building all Ieigt streams were turned to the rear of the fiat, structure and the firemen bravely forced ar their way into the blazing ruins to rescue sece the bodies. The fsamerefused to surrender by h until they had couquered everything com- witr bustible within the building, and the work beet of rescue was attended with great danrer. leigi While the thousands of spectators were livu viewing from neighboring roofs the mg- frA nifeent spectacle, a horrible tragedy was Wil being eameted within. The 100 workmen buil employed in the building bad A TERSIIC STGoOLE FVOM LIFE. was When the flames burst forth the workmen on the opposite aide of the building from the point of origin had almost as great dim- D enlty in making their escape as did those the - nearer the first ere burst of fire. At the )e -d rear of the building in the carpenter shop, a dit in workman whose name Is not yet known was the driven ouat of the window of the second sh story by the flames. He was about to leap, the and had put one leg over the window-sll, qua when the roof abovw fell n and pnlaned him w fast. No ladder company had arrived and Rm the crowd of 100 or more outside were Gm unable to render assistance. The flames th followed almost instantly and the imprie- bo oed man was roasted In agony before the tog eyes of his friends below. Twoof his fellow- Te workmen, John McNalty sad J. T. Fallon. me were sheekigly bored in trying to scale the wall to reach their dying comrade. His T sauferinm were short, the furnace of same mat soan wrapped his about I are isand smok, the sand his last moments were smthrd from upr the sight of the spectators. Not long after, the wal itsel gave sway. k L. Falle says he w the ht mea to leave the wood workers' shop alive The srem is in the in southwes eaw r of the balldlg ear whsm He the lir started. The worst slaere was ChDster L. HaI ne. He sad Fallen were working together and started out of the building at th e same . Haseltine re tarned wit Fallen but esme o seeeond best. He was terribly burned. The burst of smoke whiek overtook them completely of hid the sit from thair vew, and it was oly ly by grepag that they get oat. HazMlti Ssays when the laes amd smokerom ded blbe teLhb e feit the I r . He a kept up howe, sad was helped eut. l~htarlurtd bods ae bema reovered O 7 and late Might thee n ebsre of the Pa in work at te rtei m eiaUthme tsas of life A as agt gt i than dw , In t saa. SThe ds thas i r Mentised are: SWin. ,Taylr, age i, carpealter. t Olre LreRas, . ~ ar ete. In Plrtck lpem.s, 3woodworke. he AYlcmr Campbell, U, patiaar. d Ore sn of the s ofr le was t he fset a med sl atr al ot the wlaOws werecedover ed Slsoiside with a madeef wire nearly a o Mr. q rastre etan ih thick. - ramgs va uubawe 3 were a I eMa.f fly repaired, each 3 wraLk LThe sueksn end uefarsaba s eL thei ms aimemad e a sheet S ,Aa makstig steatellesaswiththebuldlad Ielf he a i SmeaI. SThe New NglUsed ~Masrers sad . ass as a m s detht yea its t a / cls s unm was grven, openlg st tewuud ns d5a Augmi ad eenlir - i thedoeme ateer. Thms was al She m tyg inesU The iaOel sia t Cm rpm. 3easum t the mm m g ,,imm a mhe e ~ i..' tim 8gitad mabu tgim. The euhhbma ,r may tbe w es at lead. Ae a,alable o bd a s N ibIgges wee held Ia biggra u a Itma s m oIM deb t wa osu s dwaskatltherik ard fta p detari a. bikyle sad other eoets. Autml atgo 6r se it was paleasell by thek pas, rereed ad less tia hal the frst cod, and the company hod just got med inth ,/buidn after ezt aave sad esi heris aLbedthe bilang was se n r iae in several plea b diahba ld emplygas. Yesaou ful Keavery. Nw TeYa, June . 1ah for laiJn' Ssth lsa ith la test lleghimfis port ofl e ul th.sis pMlsl e fn le5 Whea i a kine span at mthe jsme ktuIrMuinm-ibsaj 9 o'clcek this forenoon one of three boys L nearby threw a stout line, to the end of which was fastened a light sinker and a The large fish-hook, through a window into the I cr. It fell into the lap of Miss Frances Hai Sanders of No. 336 East ixty-fifth street. When it was jerked out again her hand- Twv satchel went with it. One of the boys the pa picked it up rand then made of. A police limits officler gave chase and after a distressing and the rt exciting run captured the enterprsing youth culm with the satchel and subsequentl secured e d his associates in the exploit. They were required to give $1,000 bail to show cause vey. C why their sport should not be squelched. betwo - Redd Carllle Released on Ball. Corm KANsAs ('ITr, Mo., June 16. W. D. other (arlile. arrested Monday night for shooting snit t Dlr. MIunlord of the Kansas City 'Times and and I two others, was arraigned to-day before jump Poliee Ju4tice Worthen on charge of felon- CooT ions shooting. His attorney pleaded not hand guilty. Bail was fixed at $3,000 and fur- eros nished, with John U. North and J. D. team Hoaks a' suretie-. and the prisoner was re- rep-i. leased to await a preliminary examination A c on the tith. The sufferers are all doing callec well. -- _r - -- that Prevented From Preaching. hway WrLraxUn.EBRt, Pa., June 13. John war Daley. who recently abjured Catholicism. with attempted to preacn in River park this ter a afternoon, but was prevented by a mob of bn 3 000 including some of the roughest element Cum of the mining region, who assailed him with a view of throwing him into the Sus- rtes quehanna river. Had it not been for the nd interposition of the police, who were present DI in strong force, Daley would doubtles have had been seriously wounded, if not killed. He was Snal)y escorted home by the odlers, followed by an nfuriated mob, homade oils. violent efOts to lay hands upon him. er na Daley attempted to preach at the same place ad last Sunday, but was prevented. Tracing Incendlaries. teml CHice, June 16.t The nlaterest in the inquiry into the death of nine victims of the Canal street lire, which was resumed this morning, centered on Charles Reilly. He Al I is a railroad man and brother of Mrs. a- side I leigh, the wife of the occupant of the first arou flat, at 733 South Canal street. Reilly was was I arrested over a week ago and has been kept othe secreted by the police, and it was thought near r by his friends that he was being held as a As t witness. It was shown that two fires had wen been started in the building while the Zi- brol leigh family were living there,an4 that while hbo e living on Morgan street a fie had occurred r from which they recovered an insurance. An expert testified that the note Inttea to s William Raleigh, the owner of the burned fac a building, and attempting to fix the crime and upon a man naed Joba Durkin was un doubtedly written by Reilly. The iatter we was visibly affected when the testimony bt nwas given. ro a Texas Weather and Crops. SDLsx..As, Tex., June 17. A reachman by e the name of T. B. Kldridge was sunstruck Syesterday and is now In a very critical con a ditlon at his ranch In Howard county. The bo u thermometer has been standing at 115 in the d shade yesterday and to-day. News from Sthe Texas wheat belt as to the yieldand sad t quality of wheat is decidedly better than was antieipated on June 1, when it was re d almost a total failure from drought. 'e Good seasonab:e rains have fallen since that date and the late crop is yielding the bountifully and of good quality. Harvest r ing is in fallblast and the yield for the ft r- Texas belt will by at least ftee bushels to On the acre. New wbeat has srtrved on the B market and is selling at $1 per bushel. i They were talking about aertain railroad. t ma whois not the mos affable perea n a Sthe world. ' Pshaw." said one "he is a te ular old hee." "'Course e Is, was the on prompt answer. "and be can toy mere rail r, road track than any man in the country." a inW . A man in Pawtacket reeently madeapplr the eation for insurance on a bmilam s we in a villaget where there was no Ira emaI. Sie was asked: "Whe lm the failtlies In Unor vinue fore lot &"i ? "We des t rains sometlaies," h replied wig m a simplicity. ad THE MARKETS. ted Hol--w 7 e * M3I ananurro eC Da............ Wi 8m1..'L . . , 3I t oe oea--n m -a............ 5 a i.e . . lA . * -_ .._ ....... .. - * . -IIh.umg........... U O. 3 e -....w.r. . ** .... a S.5 A so. wpasN - mde wsrWe. . as . Tso ws, 5................ . j .. .... . ... ::::::: C 4 .... ........ .. ............ II r bw a s ............ 'I '55 r- . . ......... ... ....... IN 1 . ....-......__ ......... . i. LYNCH-LAW IN MINNESOTA. The Murderer of Marshal Convey Hanged by a Mob at Detroit City. Two houses of ill-fame ha e fe- tred for the past few months just outside of the city limits, and a bitter feud has exi.t'l between the runners for the rival houses. This feud culminated Wednesday with the result of the death of the faithful City Marshal, Con vey, of Detroit City, Minn. A row occurred between Howard. alias Boomer. and Reddy. alias Big Red, and Burns, alias Me Cormick, alias Frank Bennett, and ,one other gambler, about the different women. and Reddy fired at Burns, who dropped, and Convey, thinking he had been shot, jumped in on Reddy, who wheeled and shot Convey at short range. Convey put his band to his breast, when a man named Nor eross, who had just come up with a livery team asked Convey if hi was shot. Convey replied "Yes," and turning round, dropped. A crowd gathered around and doctors were called, but their investigations only proved that he was shot directly in the heart and hbad died whon he dropped. Reddy ran away during the excitement, but was after ward caught, while trying to communicate with his mistrees, by two men, named Pos tcr and Zutleet, part of a posse which had been organised by c:tizens and friends ot Convey and directed to watch the dive. E;-Constable Norcross within twenty min utes after the shooting had seven trams out, and telegraphed to all points eontiguous to Detroit. The Minneapolis detectives have had occasion to spot the murderer on two or three separate occasions when in Minneap oils. He was never known here by any oth er name than "Reddy," and that he was a bad man from Kansas City. His reputation was chiely that of a gambler, with a bad temper when in liquor. He is a man weigh log over 900 pounds and wears a heavy nns tache. BIG RED LYNCtED. All day gangs of citizens thronged the sidewalks, and men were on the watch around the Court oouse to see that "Red" I was not spirited away by the sheriff to an other county. The evening train brought nearly 100 people from surrounding towns. i As the clock struck 8, lights in every saloon I went out. At 10 o'clock the silence was broken by the clang of the bell of the enlgne I house, and the doors of the Court HoIse were surrounded by a crowd, ied by a few ueo with Landkerehlefs tied over their i faces. A few heavy blows from a sledge Ssand the rear door fell and the window-irona were knocked Into splinters, and nothing but the sheet-iron cells were between the mob and their victim. "RBd" was to plain view sad begged the crowd to shoot, but they paid no attention to him. A delay oe Surred here, as the leaders had everything t provided ezeept the necessary light to see h bow to work. hibert Pinny, who is a small man, struggled hard, but was over : powered and the keys were taken away s from him. The mob now became Impatient at their slow progress, as matches did not SIast long. One of the hardest struck at the Sshernt with a chair, but a coeler man Sstopped the blo and the stiker fell ove Silato a tub. The serir at this stage, seeing g that it was impesible to save the man, sant for hs deputy and handed over the keys. SOne tartuo the key, a wild rush, and "ig b Red," with a rope toued his neck and twenty men ast the other end, started on his last earthly run. The leaders dragged him a fall earter of a e to groveof trees, ' followed by men on thedeed run, and b on arriving there a amble youth climbed a ee, sad the poor wretch, without a prayer or gud word, was pllued p. As mooe as - the rope was fast a dosea revolver shots were ired into his body. Twenty minutes Ilater te town seemed deserted. The s loes have net teopesed. Inste Histoery of a Jubtlie. One night Mrs. Becklemore, gently shk ing her bhead, said: "James, listen at the asrenade." James awoe. A string band moved by skdlful performers had taken its place a the froeat por. "It's the jubilee bend," said the Colossi, Sthem the pL ersspmak of htialy. They seedd the PatersPas night beaon laIs." "That's tbh ight they lesa nearlyall their chiekteem," repied Un Bseklemore. "Wel, I hope we we't lose all oars to ight My stars, how loud thbee fellows I "fshi, I d1 believe I hbeard a rster s L." S"Geese I s mlf the bass dle," said the eeltsal. SThe ass morning the coloas fend thba all his ehieem had besa atolt. He ws onem, fore the loe was eoarsrable, and SBhe d y rgretsste to lees the prin chiek e3 yto whielnoen5***5** yers di eind Bh . Be suspestedthe j le ; ho gould not help I. He swe' a warrauit ,atleme"d usr ed. then ladeU t di he peseed". 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