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Pobllthed Ersrr rrldr Moraine TILLMAN ft 1'IIICE, Proprietor. VEJOSAILLES. MISSOURI Happenings of the Tast Seven Days in Brief. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Casualties nml Fires, Persmml tun! Po litical Xott-f, Husiiiess Failure nml Resumption;;, "Went her Kcconl. BTELLIGESCB FROM ALL PAfiTS co.v;m i.v m:mo.y. Mrrla to (.'fitinlilrr Hi-i-liriii-lly fin Culm nml Oilier Affiilm. Until the senate- cither papsc? the Cuban bill or rejes that measure nc proposition to adjourn the extra bcf blon of the Fifty-eighth congress will be entertained by the house ot reprt tentative?. This Is the declared posi tion of the leaders of that body. The: Cuban reciprocity bill was laid be fore the tcnate on the 27th, hulas no one expressed r. disire to speak on It an ad journment was taken to Dece mber 1. In the hoiife bills were Introduced tc abolish slavery In the I'hIIIppInes and to restore the army canteen. Adjourned lo December 1. noMi:vric Various patriotic organizations ob served the cine hundred and twentieth anniversary of the evacuation of New York city by the British. One Hremm was killed and seven In jured while lighting a lire In Cine In natl. James J. I'aync, town marshal ot ralriuoiint, Ind., was shot and killed on the street by Harry "Itcd" Hooper, whom he had under arrest as a sus pect lor burglary. The annual report of (iov. Otero, ot New Mexico, makes a plea for the ad mission of the territory to slalehood Thanksgiving football games: Michi gan, 28; Chicago, 0. Carlisle. 28; Northwestern, 0; Minnesota, 17; Wis consin, (l; Pennsylvania, -12; Cornell, (I; Nebraska, Hi; Illinois. 0. Title to land worth $1.1)00,000,000 ir the upper pint of Manhattan Is clalmee. by 17.000 heirs of the members of th! old corporation of New Harlem. A suit will be begun lo secure possession. The death roll of hunlers in Wiscon sin since the deer season opened al ready is 20. Five more cannot survive their wounds and 21 sue Injim cl severe ly. Fatalities never before were so li'mereius. President Itoosevelt wint York lo attend the funeral King (irai-ie, whose late wife to New of Jam'3 wu.s a sl- ter of the iirctsldcnl's mother. The family of Frank Miller, l onslfctlm; of four persons living m ar Pulaski, lmi were poisoned with sardines and all died At Portsmouth, ()., John K. Duke, de faulting cathler of the Itoyiil HulldltiR and Loan association, killed himself to avoid Imprisonment. The- exchanges, at the leading clear ing houses In the United Stales during the seven days ended on the 27th ag gregated 1.r,riH,4B2,20:t The dee-rease compared with the eorr spemdlng we t-.V or last year was 18.3. Itev. William E. Ilinsliaw was released on parole from the Indiana northern prison, whiri! he had been serving u life sentence for (he murder eif his wile In 18!ir, at llellevllle. Jose ph P. Hlckcy's death In a Williams burg (N. Y.) hospital made the e nil of n family of six who eiie-il of pne umonla or typhoid in two wee-lvs. SMilng of n vole Is not a crime, accord ing to the MasuM'hui'etts supreme court, but buying a vote Is it serious offense. Obcrlln M. Carter, former captain of f-nglneers In the United SUili s army , hat been released from the federal prison at Fort Leavenworth. Twenty of f,9 dischargee employes Have- lie'eii reinstated by tho Chicago City railway on appeal by Mrlko leaders. Trade Is stimulated by cold weather. Hccorillng lo Dun's weekly review, and November rallioad earulnes gained 5.2 per cent. Harvey Van Dine. Peter Nledermeler and Emll Reitskl, Chicago car barn murderers ami accomplices of (Jus. Marx, were captured by police anil farmers near lolleslon, Ind., after stealing a lo romotive, killing a brake man, and fatal ly shnilng Delecllvej H. Drl.se-oli. The final report on the postal fratiel In vestigation has been made public, show ing thai government losi In over $1,000 - 000. Tho report Is accoinpanleil by a memorandum signed by President Roosevelt, in which offle-inl corruption It denounced in almost pcathlng terms Mrs, ArlhurT. Kemp, of Newport, It. I was divorced and marrleel lo HnllH V. llunnlweii within one hour, the Judge who we the decree officiating M the wedding. Joseph Weber and Lew Fields paid JV) a mlnutf! to hear Mme, pattl sing In Harlem (N. )'.) theater, $2,000 of the 45,000 Kuarinteu to her r.ot bclug taken tn at (b door. THE WEEK'S NEWS Oen. Batei recemmenrti that no fed i-rul troops be sent to Colorado In con nection with 'he mine strike, as It Is his belief that the local authorities wilt bo cblo to cope with the situation. Aid. John J. llrentian nml two coelc fendatits were found guilty of election frauds In Chicago. Thirty-live hundred Iron workers In the Calumet (III.) district have been made Idle by strikes or shutdowns. .John Fogle, a negro, was lynche d near St. George, S. C, for an assault on Mlsa Ross, a young white woman. Burglars tool: $2,f,00 In money and $100 In stamps from the Winnctkn (III.) post office. The four children of William Klkls (colored) were cremated In their homo near Jackson, Miss. The grand Jury n Chicago Indicted Peter NIcdernieler and Harvey Van Dine for complicity In live murders, fiustav Marx for three and Kmil Koos kl for one. The Kti'lonal Business League calls the attention of congress to the neces sity for n greater American navy. Sir Henry Mortimer Duranel, the new British ambas.-iador, has urrlved In Washington. The fourth annual exposition of tho International Live Stock iissoclallfin opened at the stockyards In Chicago. Chicago laclorles are discharging employes by thousands at the ap proach of winter. Strike breakers at the (ilobe smelter In Denver. Col., were .attacked by a mob of 200 women, who beat them and routed the armed guard. Pi:ilM.l, AM) I'OMTir-AL. Justice John C. Pollock, of the su-pre-me e-otirt of Kansas, has been select ee! as the successor to United States Dis trict Judge Hook, who recently was ap pointed United States circuit Judge for Kansas. The official canvass of the vote In Iowa for i.'overnor has been completed, flow Cummins received a plurality ot 70,090, a majority of nu.CH. Tho official ote cast at the Massa chusetts stale election, November I!, shows that Gov. John L. Hates (rep.) was re-elected by a plurality of 1.r,,'J8i. Harriet Hubbard Ayer, the well known writer for the New York World, dleel of pneumonia after four days' Ill ness. David Holllster Is elead at Mapleton, la , at Ihe age of 101. He was In good health for 100 years. . William C. Wyman, a we-II known philanthropist, died in Baltimore, Mi'.., aged 7!) years. Members eif the Illinois congression al delegation are- booming Speaker Canii'.n for the vlie presidential nom ination. Rev. Dr. William Charles Itoberts, president of Central university, elle-d In Danville, Kj, aged 71 years. Former President Crovcr Clcwlnnel, In a lette r tei the editor of the Brooklyn Eagle, announces unconditionally and Irrevocably that he v.111 not be a candi date feir I In- preside ney. Hon. David Hruuii'-r, w ho was a mem ber eif congress foi in 1SSS to 1 892, elleel in Reading. Pa., aged i;s years. lules Levy, lor many years the fore most e-ornetlst In the United States, died In Chicago, aged H." years. roitiMiiv. The- lilllld which htm f'nllftiwl nt imwh damage In St. Petersburg, Itussla, was ine niggesi since imm. The Intense ih c.'lllMll 111 lli-Ii illKtrcuu ntnmti tlie homeless and the dwellers in e-eil- lars. At Panama the hinta iinanlmonslv iH-eldeil to rafy the canal treaty soon as ll is received. Chinese vIcitiivh iifti.r !iO 000 f drilled in tops for use in war upon Rus sia ove-r Munciiurla. Alfred J. Frith, who mimlcr-eil i-'riH. rflek J. Ilalley, naval storekeeper at I'.s'iuimaii. on j-ine 27, was hanged at vie ioria, ij, u. Russia anil .latum urn cnl,l in Vinv. agreed to a tentative settlement o' the Mani'hurlan epiesilon, anil now have only the 'Korean matter to dispose of. (. oHiinnia ronmiics ner military prep arations anil Minister llini Americans are sutii to bo In danger. Mnporor William's tlimal. Is neit heal ing favorably after the recent opi ration, ace ordlng to Iterlln belief, and a new op eration Is rumen cel. In a typhoon off Swatow, China, thou sands of lives were lost. It Is estimated that 102 persons lost their lives In the recent hlorms on the North se-a. Canada Is stirred over the proposed uiepilsitlon of Mleiuelon and St. Pierre Islands by the United States. Fngland'H light against Ihe plague In Its eastern po...essleins has finally been given up. Over 2,000,000 peiseins are dead In Dee-an since Us outhicak. The Panama republic Is asked by newspapers to occupy the- Islands of Kan Andres, Provlden-n and Alhueiueniue, now under Um department of Hollvar. A protectorate for Santo Domingo republic will b uh1(1 of the United Slate a by Wos y G. tH fugitive presi dent, now In Porto Ulco. Kmperor William Is sal.h,, have lost bin voice mi a result of the operation cn his hroat. Colombian officials of Iluetm Ventura are so angry over the Panama affair that they refuse to Isvue steamer pa peri. Oen. Itcyes offers the canal con tusion m t free gift to America. Russia has sent a battloshlh and three torpedo boat destroyers to Chemulpo to enforce a demand on Japan. Tho Dreyfus case has been reopened In Paris by the minister of Justice, who Is said to have discovered that fnlso eviJencei was given at the previous trial. Ilrltlsh advance Into Thibet Is now being planned in India. Gen. Macdon aid will command. Russian aid is ex pected in repelling tho invaders. LATKn. ' Snfc blowers raided tho department storo of Foyc & Eckstein, at Kaviinnnh, Ga early on tho 2'Jtli, elynnmltoel tho safo and securejil between 1,700 and $1,800. Tho store waH Hltiinted In tho henrt of tho principal shopping ells trlct, and three policemen wero within calling dlHtanco all night, hut the rob bery was not discovered until elnyllght. Gon. Thomas W. Scott, adjutnnt general of the state; of Illinois, wont to Washington, 1). C, on tho 28th, for tho purpose) of conferring with the offi cials regarding tho reorganization of tlio national guard In conformity, with tho provisions of the Dlclt bill Uo eiulled at the Wl.lto House, and paid ills rcspoctH to the president. The.- preliminary hearing of Secre tary Oscar M. Carpenter ami II other members of tho Tullurido (Col.) min ers' union on charges of congregating fgr the purpose of rioting and con spiracy to break the! law was begun in that city, on the 28th, before Justice Robinson. James H. Evans, n Canadian county, Ol'.la., fanner, was found, em tho 2Sth, murdered, his body lying between twej rowH of corn. The murderer shot Ev ans In the back while the farmer was shucking corn. He then took pains to tie Evans' (earn to the fence: before lerwing. Edwaret Gould Richmond, one! of the south'!) leading capitalists and manu facturers, died at Chattanoeiga, Tenn., on the.- 28tii, as tho result of he-art trouble. Ho was a son of Dean Rich mond, who was the close friend and conferee eif Samiie-l J. TlMon. The Elkhart (Ind.) Paper Co., whoso personnel !u practically that of the defunct Indiana national bank eif Elk hart, was placed in the hands of u re ceiver, on the 2Sth, by Judge. Ferrall, on the petition eif Samuel Winer, of Elkhnit, a creditor. Sir Mortimer Durum), the now Brit ish ambassador to the United States, arrived In tills e-ountry, on the 28th, and proce-eded to Washington, D. C, to present Ills e-re-dentlals to the pres ident and formally take charge of the British embassy. Secretary Hay returned to Washing ton, I). C, on the 2!)th, from New York city, when- In- spout Ihe Thanksgiving season with his daughter, Mrs. Payne Whitney. Earl Rogers, of Foil Se-eitt, Kns., nc Idcntally shot and killed himself wh.Ho huiPlng noir Sapulpa, I. T., on tho 28th. Tho yontiifnl pelf-confessed murder era aril train robbers, Peter Neleler meler, Harve-y Villi Dine, Gustav Marx and Kmil Roe-ski, were arraigned in court at Chicago, on the .'!0th. Marx plead guilty to all the charges against hlrn, but IiIh three accomplice;) pleaded not guilty. The circuit court of Hamilton, O., on the :;oth, granted the meitlim for a stay of execution of the sentence of iliialh passed upon Alfred A. Kuapp for tho murder of his wife. The ex edition was net for Ihe 11th, and a stay was granted for ."0 days. Chief Ile-nry J. Eaton, who bad been at the head of the Hartford (Cemn.) fire department since.- 1808, was formal ly retlreil, on tho IlOth. Chief Eaton was the oldest lire chief In the coun try In peilnt of service.-, having entered the department In April, 1851. John, William and Georgei Reed, tho only sons of Nellie Reed, a widow, broke through the Ices on tin- Black Htoni) river, at Hlnckstoue, Mass., on tho BOth, and wero drowned. The boyn tried to cross tho river to get soma fire wood. Two men we-re killed and ono fatnl ly Injured In a collision between an east-bound fn-lght and a work train on the Norfolk ti. Western road, east of Portsmouth, O., on the HOlh. Until engines were demolished. Loss, $10, 000. Alfred Olson, a Htnmp cleric In tho Omaha (Ne-b.) post eifflco, was arrest ed, on the.' IlOlh, by a United States mar shal and charged with embezzling government funds. It was nlleged that Olson's shortage would reach $1,000, Charles 'Hudson, who was arrested for writing rambling letters to Presi dent Rooscivclt, was ileclared insane, on the llOth, and transferred from tho Ilellevue (N. Y.) hospital to tho .Man hattan state hospital at Isllp. L. I. Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia, on the Both, Issued u call for a meeting of the citizens' permanent relief commit tee, lo take action on tho appeal for help from Itutler, Pa., where an epi demic of typhoid fever prevails. C. P. L. Ilutler, a well-known niton ney of Columbus, O., committed sul cldo.on the 20th, by shooting himself In tho head. His act was attributed to melancholia. Fritz Trapp, an old Gorman farm band, was found frozen to death, early on tho 30th, his body lying In a private road just ucross tho river In Tazewell county, III. I NEWS FROM MISSOURI, j 4b The 1.1 saloon keepers of Cole coun l.y wlio wero indicted by tho grand Jury for selling llciuor on Sunday will tight the indictments In tho courts. A tlilef threw a stone through a win dow Into the iiedroom of Charles llru baker, cashier of tho Farmers' bank at Nevada, and when Mr. Dru baker rushed out to find the miscreant, entered the house nnd stole the banker's trousers. Tlie thief wns not captured. At Moundvllle Sunelny evening Rev. Mr. Hngler had Just launched into his sermon when tils son came tiptoeing down the alsio and whispered some thing In his father's ear. The preacher went white, anil for a moment van speechless. Then in a broken voice ho announced that Ills daughter had lust fallen dead with heart disease and that we must, go to her. Traffic on Hroadwny, the principal Mreot of Columbia, was blocked while Lewis M. Paris ami Mary Lee Mahan ney were being married. The wedding took place in the nilddlo of the street, in the center of a curious throng. The couple sat in a buggy and Rev. W. T. Maiipln, of Columbia, held the horse with ono hand and the Hlblo with the other while ho performed tho cere mony. A physician at Carthago claims that place is tho healthiest In tho United States. Its mortality record, lie says, ranges from 9 lo !) 1-3 per 1,000 annu ally, while that of other places ranges from 10 to 20 per 1,000. "In the year 1892," says this physician, "there wore 102 deaths here. Counting our popu lation at 11,000, which is conporvatlve, we 11 nd tho death rate a shade over 9 In 1,000." Tho second eviction in t he recent history of Pettis county occurred Wednesday, when Sheriff Dillard anil a force of deputies removed the house hold goods, live stock and farm uten sils ftom the old Roe farm, recently purchased by W. D. Steele. Joe R. Roe was In possession and refused to va cate. His goods were hauled half a mile from the house and dumped at tho roadside. J. T. Pollard, a traveling "optician," visited Marloiivlile and startled the people by distributing a (laming cir cular which said, "The President Is Dead," and winding up by telling how Roosevelt was fitted with a pair of eye-glasses by the eye-doctor. The citizens arose In wrath, lore the bills to pieces ami gave the "doctor" 21 hours to get out of tcWn under a threat of tar and lealhtri. Col. A. L. Strang, of Sednlla, pro jector of the proposed North & South lallroad, between Miami and Seilalia, la Marshall, said that if tlie towns em the proposed line would pay what they agreed, two years ago, tlie road will be built. Se-dalla has subscribed $2.",00O, Miami has raised $11,000 and will soon raise the remaining $1,000. No money Is to be paid over until tho mad Is in opi-ratlon. While hunting near Columbia, Will Johnson fireel at a strange bird over head which was flying southeast. A beautiful homing pigeon of unusual size and of peculiar bluish color fell at his feet. Around Its neck wns a silver hand on which was engraved, "For you alone; H. L. E., 12, Fort Sel kirk, 1901." The bird evidently was from the Klondike legion. It. was of such unusual size thai Die bird author ities at Missouri university could not at first classify It, but reference to books e-Ierly Identlfleel It as a carrier pigeon of the larger variety, , A miner named Llvengood, Injured by an explosion in a mine at Carter ville, brought suit for $10,000. In the trial court, he was awareled a verdict for $10,000. Tills is reversed by the state supreme court, the opinion being Unit Llvengood "assumed the risk of being Injured If his fellow-servants vcro negligent. For such Injurlca there can be no recovery. While the sympathies of this court are with the plaintiff, the law is no plainly against lilm that the court Is reluctantly forced to reverse tlie Judgment of the trinl court." Kahoka, Chirk county, was llllcd with a crowd of excited people the ether dny when Frank Clark was hanged for rape and minelerous assault on Miss Ollie Hess. The Intense feel ing culminated about ono o'clock, when a crowd of several hundred men tore down the stockaeie which sur rounded the gallows In tho courthouse yard. The execution wns thus made imbHe. and aside from this there was no disorder. The Imp was sprung ni 2:10, und Clark died without a strug gle. Ho made a spece.! from tho gal lows, In which he acknowledged his crime nnd expressed regret for it. Ho recently professed Christianity nnd snid he wits ready to dio. Clark was half Indian, half Mexican. His execu tion was exactly four months after his crime was committed. Miss Hess was attacked on Hie public road about two miles from Kahoka. Although posses seoureel tho country and a reward or $1,000 wan offered for his apprehen sion. It was not until September 15 that Clark wag recognized and arrested at Galesburg. III. He at once confessed and was brought to Kahoka, where he was found isullty on October 18. CHICAGO ROBBERS PLEAD NOT GUILTY Removed From Police Station to County Jail For Safe Keeping. MARX PLEADED GUILTY Van Dim- nml lili-niieler Hny The Will lliuiur Without WlnkliiK Uyr If Th-- See Mnrx Sluire Mi mi I'nle. Chicago, Dec. 1. Tho youthful self confessed murderers and train rob bers, Peter Nclilermeler, Harvey Van Dine, Gustav Marx and Emll Roeskl, wero arraigned in court Monday night, Marx pleading guilty to all tlie charges against him, but ills three accomplices pleaded not guilty, During tho 'afternoon tho prlsonori; wero removed from tho Harrison, street police station to tho county Jail, whoro they will remain until brought to trial. No excitement mnrkod tho trip to the Jail. Each prisoner was placed in a separate patrol wagon and was guarded by f.evcn policemen and two deputy sheriffs. During tho Journey Roeskl joked with one of tlie police men and sarcastically said: I "I would liko to have you alone fox just ono minute." Shortly before the prisoners wore removed to tho county jail Marx was confronted with his three accomplices. Marx n confession imnl entitle Van uiiie, jxeiuormeiur anci iioeuiei was read to tho prisoners. The bandits arrested in Indiana refused to confirm or deny tho contents of tho message. They wero asked to tell whatever more they had to say concerning their career. Wln-n Tlili-- I'll 1 1 Out. "I am willing to hang without the wink of an eye If I see Marx, tho squealer, bang lirst," Van Dine said. "Tho same here," Neldormelor add ed. "You follows got no more than you deserved," Marx said. "Some time- ago," Marx said to tho inspector of police, "I mot the bunch in, Orleans street, where wo Intended to rob the American Express wagon, and I forirot my large gun. This an gered the boys, and they told mo tc leave them. 1 walked away, and when r0 feet away a bullet passed through the brim of tnv hat. It was lired by ono of those fellows. I got revenge." Neldormelor admitted to the police that he anil Van Dine had made an attempt to kill Marx. Roeskl also said that lie had narrowly escaped murder at tlie hands oi Ills accom plices. Miiiir Imiiim Order. Mayor Harrison has ordered tho po lice to arrest every person caught loaf ing without visible means of support, ami tho police magistrates have or ders where such a vagrant Is taken up and a weapon Is found in his pos session to fine him to the limit nllow- undesirable men whose Idleness may lead them into crime has caused tho mayor to Issue tho order. ow.s to i:i(iirrrn:.v mi himou. MurllliiK e'liiifi-nxliiii of f.'hnrlo Kru--r, Sln-r uf Tint I'ollei Chicago, Dec. 1. A copy of a start ling confession made by Chnrles Kru ger, under sentence to lie hanged at Greensburg, Pa., lias been received by Chief of Police O'Neil, If Kruger's statements are truo, ho Is an even more reckless desperado and lias le.su regard for human life than haei any of the Chicago car barn murderers. Kruger confosse-e to 18 murders in the east and middle west, Including tho murder here a year ago of Policemen Ponncll and Devlne, who wero snot nnd killed while attempting to arrest a burglar. Numerous suspects bad been arrested for tho Pennell-Dovlne murders, hut not until Kruger's con fession had ho been In nny manner connected with the crimes by tho lo cal police. Krugor's statements are so substantial that Chief O'Neill be lieves ho Is telling the truth BARRETT SENTENCE DELAYED Aclliin Ili-fi-rri-il In Am nil llrault ii f IJUtrlct .llni-- Dyi-m' InvollKiitlun. St. Louis, Dec. 1. Thomns E. Uar ;ott, who was convicted with John P. Dolan and Police Officer Frank Gar rett of naturalization frauds, was not sentenced in tho United States district court Monday, as was predicted. United States District Attorney D. P. Dyer, when, Harrett was called, said that he would ask for the poiitpono ment of tho sentence until ha could ex amine tho ten or more other Indict ments against Barrett and ascortaln whether or not ho should bo again placed on trial, Judgo Adams consented to tho con tinuance and ordered that Uarrett re port In court dally.