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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
' BREVITY 18 THE SOUL of wit!" but "A yood story is worth the space needed to tell it fully;" this applieB to advertlMiifl. HOW MUCH ADVERTISING shalt k' used? AH that the readers w II dl- 0tt; supply plenty to support growth. fOLUMS XXXIX, NO. 705 CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 17, 1907. E3TARLISHKD XH IBM. STATE CLOSES DEFENSE OPENS IN BOREN MURDER TRIAL CASE WILL GO TO JURY TODAY. SOME CONTRADICTIONS Etougbt Out in Testimony For De fense Sam Perco Tello His Stcry for the F.rst Time. Thf (It for.Fo had gotten well alor.g vlth It's esUaiotiy in the Marv'n Boren ooo when court ad.i'iiinel last evening and is expected to finish i t h r.'tiei hy noon today or shortly after. The arguments will be made, instruc tions delivered then and the case g.a to the jury thi. evening. Yesterday morning he propecut!on continued the Introduction of tc-di-irony, the witnesses being Mable Knspp. Coroner Mc-Vanus; M, .r. flow ley, Police Scwuiii Cowell, County Jailer Abernathie atiti .Martini Mo Dfcde, Of Fulton, Ky., who arrested with one cf the boys who lei ib.trn up. From there we wept op Poplar street to Thirteen h and itnppi d r 2'ST. which l a hour of pro- Hu ion; We went In and i went into the back parlor and talked with OPi of tlx women; there were 1 ur or five In there and all were talking and laugh lug an 1 1 jollying; Horen went a.i far as the door and stODDed: lie alked a little bit with a wdnpn la (tie hall nn.l then went out to the front door; did not pee him strike or push the woman; he called me; he sadd "Come nr. let's go." I went out and he wis tai'.-ing lo the landlady, Alice Par ham; IT rcn was laughing and Joking: he said "Call tli" police and see if 1 care," and laughed. I thought be was joking; he was In good humor d the time; lit' laid "I can whip all the police around here." and laughed; I thought he was Jollying her bcoaii he was laughing. We left and he wa in the lead; started toward downier rip 1 ; Boreil did not say "I'll kill th police and kill you' while I Wtl litre; he had no knife In Alice Fa" WORLD n RECORD AGAIN BROKEN CKARLCO EDWARDS LOWfn3 IT TWO FIFTHS SECOND AT BRIGHTON BEECH. WINS BY SIX LENGTHS Macl ean, Whom ho is holding in bondage, when thny finally dor-re it to refer the case to two pieman, re Pown4i for their wisdom. Thesi tap pened to be friends of Ralauil aid i hey pointed out no acted In the inter'1'! ' in capturing MssLcan. the tribesmen to do 'have the mat it in the hatotffl of Ito and tlod," Ahkh the tribesmen d. elded to dr. FOR ALLEGED LAND FRAUDS. Ch ANOTHER DEATH oi the n il e.i They advlaad n-thing, Liu fO M PLOSION and of the University of California was tonight oy the Pearl of supervis or.! elected ma'or of San FrancIsM mid an opeu avojrai ol I nber) f af' f. .-.seen Hon. so-calfrd the jl go ..t the Big s.ick'' camu to .-a I WILL HAVE- TWO G0Vf-RNMBNT8 San Friic:sc3, duly 10 Cbof of Police Binm amaounr thai be W of ,'ene. wyo July K. M, Holbroo't, k. ! and H'' in Tremendous Buret o." Spaed "D:. S." Wins Big Stake in Gtat Western Circuit at Liberty vie, in. Ne a : ii am ho 1 1 s a) 'il five s'opped at "Here's a c Co- girl wa WOttld have K' stopped at r six initiates door and sai playing with Inside the ittt en It If " and horen I o nie. Ye car aew world' a furlong. Ofitfl F.t lie- m Horen lOWIOK the lied merely jury that f probably th of tin' men McDnde whi vernation w that lilac tatc the officer in et.. i that had kllli the morning mi- Mr. Howley estl- it nber of the grand ho true hill, and Imporfanl witness ssion was Marshal d that, in a con en at. Kul oa the i eil that he killed lefense; that he re 3 a while man he d and that he would mi' have cared so much if it had been U negro officer and that all he was sorry for ' hs his wife ami baby. Afternoon Session. The afternoon session was opened hy the introduction of the city ordi inures Attorney Leek objected to this and the COUP sustained the ob jection in the cues of two sections, hot overruled it in respect to sections 589, 694 and 681 which Impose penal t es for disturbing the peace, resisting nnd officer and define the rights of an officer In making arosts. Attorney Wilson read heae section to the jury. Chief of Police Bean was then In-! said : we?" man : stead the r P' ni the the tirls arc a "We can go in I went in nnd try can of that dog?' I i m and said: " floor, we'll e." 1 cnxi li vc Ml,)' busy ; nd gap id to a in.' a ton an tin wo fifi hi est p:e rl.-. July !& Charlea Rd rylng 1-0 poind: made a a record for one mile ami In which ho won the Sea at Brighton Bench today rtnr. Flora VI af I wblrt 'r r than iji" by .Hi Mini ! bat Hon trial tr,!et i j mine i same fc.r : be tri I ca.es r.' Mef'.lI'Mirey, con ptrftcy in I lands, w e iday in the United !-ta !Ui t. Bf, 'i' Mcfnrt hy. a rtner who was indicted ibarges as th? nthe: (h; an ed a separate t l as sioa r.s the re dispose 1 of. IMjpbaugh Indl ted on the a9QUll CilJcJ for States d fi ll and w thrr tbr IN D.'.'iTr.r) CTAT!" S ATTLC8MIP GCOnGIA MAKING NINE TO DATE. TWO MGRc EXPEC ED Admiral Ygmamoto ol J.ip.mcsi H ;.vy Sent Boquet of K!o vers For Each Ot ths Derrl Twelve l,i jurtd hi Ketpltal, Boston, July 1(1. Edmund ,j. v.'a seaman, died at ihti a i hcan II' .!. nia.vo.v Minn; r. a: TT to i !gui no ana l.'Ut 111' ecd C to 1 1 by t'ai hmtta today . a mc.T I t'nion. al 'h aides l'oxti appotited graft prosecution. It I in Sc'nnit. will appylr. ppnlnteil of the in run IMD LODGE OE mm elks CHOSE EXALTED RULER PI PER SON OF JOHN K. TENER OF CI ARLEVOIX, PA. WILL MEET IN DALLAS an v. In ; ,;'ti sori jeliy wii! then have two po' i one headed by Taylor and jby Schmlt?, who clal.-ns he capaclta'ed i ntij after the iik ifteenl foruel by i :.'!). The ' orntnB.iTa j the otlier Is not In coiir- of Next Year Grand Farm Cheaen 1700 Ballots to Cast and No Futrer Official Announce ment Could Be Made. of (1 h; distant a SCORES FOR YESTERDAY hi l; .-i0 ; 'cond fa a I i.e. made ire 1a around tto car I von r old. whleb carileil HI 80, t$dt! Five horses icnpo U os! and were sent, off to Inning. KenttiCKy tieau leii ny a fir: i In Bo: Jul. to the h an. on : d thi- the hack s nr n.l and l ot) were c nd Zanihrsi ower turn harlea ICd.ard h and Nntioml Leat,us. Boeton, July 16. The loc r to lay's pame f change pltohem in bard -hi dshth st 1 1 ty reasltlhg li nrd the t I day. The twvh Jat h" last resort has confirm d his eoa-j held by the jtrrti ntlon of Schmll t ii i . WJU ed tvinain whom Mio.vl.io.n Of Nwbiasfta. Thomas of Broa it rspecU',1 t.) i viclCon It Is that the conv itrtal court i further hnidir theorj it tun ir n tl Phlladelph;n. July 16. The (Iran I '' ii Lodge of Elks today adjottrne ! w ' ,( , out havlnar made -.ny an noun re men .ii- ho i'ii Taylor. a it UBERCULOSIS rreas I down he hi he rug turn and 'a rl hs in (ten; Dinna Ken Charles BMward. It H B : , 3 7i 4 10 Hit Batterie--Ltndaman and NeedbApil M PfelBter, iirown and Kilnrr. I Poato: j Chicai te together. Mon ere trailing. On Dtnna Ken and ct sail for the lead Ig into the stretch As 1 "Yon t wan yt him nil' of here went shoved nie d me ban said : hard here, I I hchin I "Oft out (o that I I said. haven't done nothing. He went to Marvin and sold: 'Come here, I tt ri " "! grabbed bfftt MatVin aald what's this for? Hold on!" 'lie. oUlcer said: 'Come on. I want you," ami took poid ot Marvin and dragged him to the gate. Marvin pulled bUk and said "No." and the officer a' ruck him with bis nhub. Marvin had not New York, July in. -Ame nine men bases on halls befor was taken out. Itre iiahiti played flist l,asi' for the locals, riaimed ffOaa th gjtvo Jat Che) ho I I.I BODIH8 SF.T on, July in. The I of tile explosiu He rgla on Moui u roi.'.tivps a he United St.i.ea daea ami two mo it topiorro w. Tin HOME. lsi:ii 9 of si : n id i he b.il IS CONTAG OU S it ; however, that Chai lovobc, i' i . Grand Rttaltel M as lo t!;e re;ult of ! j generally qor i le i John K. Tcner. of has in en chosen Qpter. The only offi lal announcemen i were that Dallas, Tex., has be n eh pen for the next convention ant jihst tii' following had been ap.olntel to corstltutf the grnd fnrutn bey had him beaten. Here Knap iet out. the link on Charles Kdwar ami i nangeil pnices wun uinna Ken !l:s hurst of ipeed was tremondou and he jg oo n paaaed Whitney's hois in 1 romped under the wire a Wlnoe iy sh: lengths. F un h race- oca Gate Rial and c. furlong: Cb.arlis Bdwanl 10 lo .",; wi iJinnr Ken, 7 to 10; second. Mont Fort. .'!0 to 1; third. Tour l:Sd WL ninth victim Seaman walah, o who die, l this afternoon !!! 1 m New York Pit tabu rg Batteries Ames, Taylor and Bowel man; Cajnnitz and Glbaon. R II Blto l.yn 2 S Oitlie . t ! 0 7 Ojaeftijini Brooklyn, July visitors down to iklvn -Hell hits. heli tin Hi St. liitln Batteries Hell ami (litter ard Miasltall. fi II E ?. 5 1 Karger trodnced. He testifieJ tita' Dcnd was on duty on the night of the tragedy, identified the uniform, hel met and ftar of the dead officer Wbteh were lying on the floor near the witneafi land: sad it he officer was bout 5 feet II inches, weight about lfifi pounds, but Boren was a much larger man than the officer; saw Boren when he came back from fol low, had a cut on his forehead, not veiy large, but large enough to he noticeable; noticed only one. Boren much effect never complained nnd did noFask for'dowa iindei Officer struck the officer; I heard and saw the blow; it was struck with the club. It was a hard blow on the head; the offieer pulled at Roten hihI then Mar vln pushed or lurched forward aud struck at the same time. (The wit ness here, on request of Attorney Green, Illustrated how the two mea truggled. Mr. Given representing the officer). He said the officer had hold a Hlie lapel of Boren'a coat with hi.- ieft hand; the tlrsl blow didn't have on Marvin but he wen' the BOCOnd blow sort of any treatment. The club shown him! let down; the blow was on the bead looked like one Jailer Ltftl had loaned I rushed .:; and said: "Here, MlOW tne officer when he went on duty. don't do that; ti" fighting: stop this Th" prosvculien here rested its fighting;" I caught them by the arms ense nnd the defense opened Its side by calling Sam fVne aj its first wit ness. Perce was with Horen a' Hie time of the tragedy and is under In dlcttaerl as an accessory. His case will be tried at th- next term of court. He lias never made any statement te garding tiie case and his testimony ye.-ter.lay was kioked for with much interest. He was considered the de lenso'c star witness. He old his story fluently and with evident con fidence making frequent gestures to emphasize what he said and standing up several times to strike attitudes ot poses to illustrate lhe positlone of himself and Horen and the dead offi- and tried to keep them from Bghtlng, thep were struggling and moving along the sidewalk; Marvin's hat had fallen off and was nnder my feel ; that was the first time I went near the officer the first time after I had met him at the gate. I did not s rike him nor aim any blow at him; went in to stop tiie light. The second blow was on Marvin's bead; I got hold of Marvin nnd officers arms and said: "Hold on, fellows, quit this fighting" I handed Marvin his hat and said: "Come on. quit this fighting and lo s go down to headquarters. Boren said all right; 'hut let him quit hitting me with his chili. Marvin took his hat in ,m- .u.m siruggie. Irichl hand and was putting it on his ' ? proceedings ,, ,,0 ofncPr 8 n(.k h)m ay, i in. Marvin satd: "By God. don't hit me no more with that club.'' I m vetal time's to order barking dogs1 WJ from under the court room win dows. In I he streets. A pack of these nt imals were making more noise than braes band on a spree. Testimony of Sam Perce. My name is Sam Perce. My par ents are dead. Came here from Dt Soto, Mo.. In October 1898; was edu cated In Cairo, left school after I had passed the tenth grade; have been at work for the Illinois Central a switchman on the transfer nan be tween Cairo and Mounds; began to wur1 when I was seventeen years old; am now working on Cot'on Belt as brakeman. between St. Louis and JoiHsboro, Ark., headquarters at St. Inls; have from fifteen to eighteen relatives in Cairo, don't know exactly how to count them; have known B ) ren eight or nine years; he Is a rail mad man. was switching on the same run I was on: was with the I. C. five ars; was 'here on March 21st. 1907. 1 left home that day between 7 and I o'clock for Dr. Greer's office to be examined for insurance in the Wood men of the World: Boren was also examined for the same p- rpose and we met there and left together. Went to Riddle's saloon and t ok a beer stood h few sec nds and there wa more fighting and I said: "My Go I. that's got to stop;" saw no knife in BoiWtl hand then and had seen none: I went up to them and took hem by the shoulders and kept shaking he:) to get their attention to me; the no liceman said don't make me use gun; I did not s'rike the officer: when the officer said don't make me use it gun I stepped back; the office' put his right hand down to his aide: I stepped away because if he was going to shoot I didn't want to get the bullet intended for somelsdy else; after I steppes away about ten or fifteen feet they struggled back and forth a few moments, and then the officer stepped back and f"ll I nev-T struck or attempted to strike the i f fleer. After the officer fell Marin s'artei running up the street: I went down Poplar and to polire headquar ters; went straight to polire head quarto; I '.hink Hoaglaud was there; I said: "Where is Jim?" (meaning the sight sergeant, Jiai CowelH; one of yrnr men Is in trot Me; he is h bad: conHn"; get up" "DAN S." WINS BIG STAKE. At Great Western Circuit of Places Many Ho ser Will Enter Grand Circuit. l itieny Ht, July HI - The Irottlpg races of the Great Western Circuit opened here today with a large at tendanoe. Many of the horses enter ed are those that will start In the grand circuit races when they open next week in Ho roil. (!eers cave n I masterly exhibition of driving in the last heat of the ":V', pice, when he anded Dan S n winner hy a nos--, he horse betas? all nut. The 2:1.'! pace was for $.",i)0i with sl. starter?. Dan S. won: I.ehind Onward, woa the third and fourth heats: Kldalg" was third. The best time was f.Q6. The 2:08 tnv was for $1,000 with sly starters. Early Alice won the straight heats: Watson was second: Charley Ilelden was third. Time. 2:10. The 2:08 pace was for fljMM with fipor starters. John A. won the straight heat.s. Krugpr. was see. nd: The Donna, was third. Timo, 2:H. rhilndelphin, July 10. Wri t er anil H own were hit hard and wire re placed hy Mason nnd Richie. it ti i Phltai eipnln 7 10 2 Cincinnati 4 11 l Batteries- Brown, Rlehla and DiMiin; Weimer, Mar.on ufnl McLean. iVnorrow for '.cr twelve it ia i Thomas, ot o. Meeee, of 0 ii, Ken of maj roK! n F audition wi h may ivcover, n the wav to a an Jl American League. Cleveland .... Philadelphia .. Batteries Jos and Powers, and llemi It II R 2 o :i 3 7 1 Pin I k ELECI NEW MAYOR Repub'ican Candidate Wins at Spring field, III., to Succeed Official Recently Drowned. Detroit Washington r. . . Batteries i?ieer and Smith, Hayden and Warner. Second game. Detroit Washington llattoi lew '.Ville r. Kiihank Schmidt ; Hughes and Warner. R H K ;: ii o t 5 1 Schmidt ; R H F 1 2 2 I 11 I i ml others are in a serious strong hopes i bat Unci hi)e the rest are well ,a full recover.;. At 1 60 head of each rot in tiie naval h stijlal stjtndi a bouquet of flowers Sent today by AJ miral Yamamoto of the nr.vy : Beautiful wreaths bearing tl Brh of Japan and a end of 1 1. Ipese admiral WOTS a. so jdacel on tie coffin a of Lieutenant Goodrich am Midshipman tjotdthwait when ihe4t bodies were sent b .ne today nil! bo que similarly Inscribed aceori panied the body of each seanuia Lleiiienant Colonel Fledorlck M Hodgson, U. 8. A.; and Mrs liodgsoa uncle and aunt of Midshipman Joha T. Cruse, came today from Phtlade! phis, while llgjor Thonias Cruse, lati er of the injured midshipman is on his way here from Omaha, and la vepclml ti, arrive by tomorrow noon riie condition of Cruse, while aerlotti i hopeful. 3AYC STATE HEALTH OFFICER OF TEXAS RAILROADS TO BE FINED $500 FOR CARRYING AFFLICTED PERSONS INTO STATE. Chnrle '"a. in 1 Detroit, Thoma i Ol! I fl ' F. Pickett, of Waterloo. en years: Mare Rohner. t ')' ijvo yearn; William H. f Seattle, for three veif ; J. Cogan. of Clncinnstf, fur rs; Robert W. Brown, of . for five venrs. in it Houston, Texas. Julv 1C. Dr. Wil Ham II. Hrusby, slate health offieer. s.iys I he governor will shortly issue a proclama ion declaring tnbercnloids a.j a coniagi us disease. It will be a statutory offense, p ntabable by a fine of $500 for the railroads lo haul n per son afflicted with the contagious ills a .e into the stale. If in the later s:ate a traveling passenger demands the carrier lo bring health officer win wads to notify the Icstlnation and the quired to submit to an examination aid it ni satisfactory Hie pat bant will i.o subjected to deportation. require the rail authrrltles at the patient a 111 be re SHOOTS WIFE THEN SELF. Milwaukee bees use his Gust Albrech Wis., Jul , k;. Uuinsfl wife sued for divorce, , an employe of the III! wo e 170p hall Iheie would ! incut until (o" ner. of Kam a Grand Treaania New Trrk, F it was reelect t I.T no official annottur a-O'.v. John W. Was It v, was opposed fur bv E5. W. Leach, of d C. Robinson, who peeled would be unaniiniu-l I grand secretary also foun 1 opposition In Ceorge Bajriaaw. Mich. II. Reynolds, of I 5 m DAMAC E Tnroughcut Nefcratka Many Watii outs on Burlington and Other Railroads. nols Steel company, shot and fatn'lv wounded hor today and Hien Killed himself, SI Louis Boston . Batter Glar.e. Ob i Howell ami Hin and Shaw. R II r, ii o n .? Items: Chicago R II a 10 New York 2 Sprlngffeld, III., uly If. The special lection bebl today to fill the vacancy erased hy the death of Mayo, ('.ill fiths. former Assistant Adjutant Gen eral Roy R. Rone, the Ri publican csndiisste was eleeed over Adraoi John H Mei're-ry,' tiie Domoei.itb i da'e MILLION DIE FROM PLAGUE. I'at tei ;es Walsh and fkole. (iiih nnd Thomas. Bufflynn : American Association. Milwaukee Columbus IN A QUARREL ABOUT N WOMAN NEGRO IS SHOT BY AN ITALIAN WHO 18 LATER HUNTED DOWN AND KILLED BY POSSE OF WHITE MEN. St Paul . . Leant vUls Mlnnanpilli Toledo ... 1 Kansas City 7 Indianafwdls 4 we wen to iji treat . rn-? street and drank a beer each: thea hen -h,. .iSTleor fn i t t 1 , apirce and talked a little; from there1 . .. " " '"" " rTTT " K . . .. ,d at him and then at tlornn t',. r. Was Uaai ninning down Poren fare lh.n T I , w . 1 ...i n . we went to the new .aloon on Eighth fiwr ' . ' . . L -" -' - street, kept by Ssbiile Tracy, and niMiB ' """" drank a small beer: from there w we-st inHsnk Goettle's and took a was running down the street. Cross-Examined By O'Shea. Th, prn.4f imtnatfnn . 0 c- . a' . f beer each then we s'opped pr , .. A.,n t, s M , f,-s!W V i n m'f niii!-"- inu miric ei! 3j-f,Jv of fellrws were talking and we split a bottle and had another small beerj l.emdon. July in. Returns .'.itli from the plague ha India show! sn appalling record breaking to'al of Mtt,MI for six months ending June ?,i. The monthly total is at present deleasinir. however. the number for June being placed at gpjOM. RWSULIS TRIBE CLIODEN TOURISTS Arrive at Indianapolis Ahe-.d of Scheti ule Time After a Drive of 147 Milec WEREREBELLIOUS Indianapolis. Ind . July in. Glidde i autom dole tourists arrived here thii afternoon, many ears ruing ahead of time after a run fro-ja S ntti IVti l. -r 147 miies The average r niilng tiaie was IS miles an hout. The runninu tomorrow wili be t Columbus )hi Hatntnonil, Ind July HI. - Thomas Dolton, un Italian Sffed ft. Who ye- terday shot CsJhoan Walalee, a nesro, dnifng a ipiairel over a woman nt Carv. Ind., was himself killed in a gap loday with a posse neir Ptna station. Before U Hon was killed however, he wounded four of Hi" iHissr. firing al ibein with a hot gun Frank Chambers a pnlttsMaM of Cary. is believed to be fatally h r' but (he others will probably recove-. After the shooting yesterday Wal lace was removed to St. Margate'' hospital ' here where he did today. D lion, was hiding in the woods be tween Hammond and Cary and when the posse ordi rod him to hrow up bis bands he Bred both barrels of n fcbot gun, each rhario' miking r. liciman Chnnibern of Gary. Dolton escaped but was baler caught between the- f irre of Hammond police and the f'ary pnse at Pine station. A dea I ' if" h-ailie ,, K pi.oe .biri".e shlfb fsffleer Ilanlon of Hanimond hot Dol'os In the hi ad killing him In stint. In the fltht F.dwjrt Mar tni. a brother of hif nl police of Car and two oths-r tiixy 'iffleers Were shot by Dolton. lul p were seiioiisly Injured. HEAT OVERCOMES IRE ENGINEER IMPERILING THE LIVES OF HUN DREDS OF PEOPLE ON A FAST LAKE SHORE PASSENGER TRAIN. Lincoln, Neh. Jul- -., The jj-a v rains for the pas' three ,avs h.av swollen the streams in Br utheasler i Nebraska to the high flood marks, carried bridges, drowned cattle and Inundated fields where grain ba 1 been harvested and stood In th shock. One estimate of the dama-re to corn try road bridges Is ll.Vi.Odti. The llui llnnton Railroad i-i said to have BUS alned losses of 160,009. Le land Wood a farmer, of Pawnee, was dr. wned while trying to save hit horaei from the 0oa4. ( lev land. Ohio. July 10.--Hundred- id live; were imi rilel tmlnv when Fioyd B Weld er, i ngim er of the fast west bound like Shore iarsen gar rain sped almost Into Cleveland without a guiding hand. The ensl- i eer v as overeo-ie tiv the Intense seat. As the engine rocked into the Cleveland yards ovet switch . points the IpOiien threw the engine tit Ivor ffttp his Mil to the floor of the cab. Then the fireman learrel wha hid happOMaV He Jumped fioni his seat, leaving Ins companion helpless n the fool boa Ml while he breught the apned of the train down wlihln the yard llnstta, Weliln r's (onditb-n was founl to be eritiral. How on the enclne.r had been nnaoaaeltpM st rhe throttle is not known. $103,000,000 THEATRE. Ptbburg, Pa.. July 10. Before leav ing tonight for the east Hr. Rfhagat of Klaw nnd KHanger. confirtneilt ho repents that $1immi,0(HI,(iO0 theatre syndicate L being formed. Krlanger said Levy Mayer, general counsel, ban called for Europe (tnlay In con neetion with the matter. BLOODY WAR IN L USE MAIS EO DEFRAUD PUBL C IS CHARGE AGAINST OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF WISCONSIN GRAIN AND STOCK COMPANY BAIL IS FIXED. AMERICA WOULD SURRENDER BRIGAND! ANC ENGLISH CAPTIVE TO AUTHORITIES BUT WISE MEN PREVENT. EMPERORS ANNIVERSARY. Menns. July in The )ov.e hansel f An.-trian Reirhrfh lodav adop'elj i moti I WO MAYORS EXPECTED IN NEXT DAYS FIRST BATTLE WILL BE BETWEEN SALVADOR AND NICARAGUA. IN SAN FRANC SCO j Ssm Halvador. July Jfi. -An armed Icl.ayh, which it Is beUeved wonld in I valve ail of Cen rsi America, pro'i I ably will ecur within the neat llftevi days. It la atpae'ed the first battle will U- Ix- v.'H., Sihiil-.r and Ware iristmaa. th- St Paul. July lfi The preliminaiy hearing In the case of the (Tolled Btates acainf L A Wool. George V Wood. Clinton D. Phel;. . Matt n (j.iiL'ley. limit Tut tie. Charles K' Hy nd Finest P Krti'berge , alleg I officers aed members of the Wlseon- "i (train and Stork Campany. for tiaudulent use of tr- is in e.u no on un Hleut imte brokeiage baii iii s- eloseel ihi.' " afternoon befo e i niied states Court Coaraiisslaaer Speacer in th fedoisl building Sieueer denied a motion of the -'e FIFTEEN "''a' ' " '" dismiss anions an I b-i I :i'em over to aatt the acton of I :. and Jury next December. In , nie hail was fixe I In the f -1- kwtng sums: I A Wood and George W. Wood, i : .".en eaeh. Clin on D Pbe ps, M... un Ghrfgsep, Tuttle and Kelly, $2.ev each. Emstierner. $L'e0. i e-ni MACCABEES ELECT OFFICERS. I tee in draft proposals for a eelebr i than by the state of Use eixtieih .ami Tansrler, Jnly lfi.- Marsaed st Hr vatagf nl Fl-ne f r-iart J.jae-.h' news tf the militaT prenan inas eX ar'-esaina to the throas. tbe Mi.ror-ran Jnhori!.;. The Klk ' ft will he -usgesten to eo-nritte-i repetition of the foregoing. , m" 'ritiesmes wer on the p lot of t hat $;5,o on 4 t lest to fruMit 1 San Krr nanumg over to the imperial author an old ag- and siennas insurance ward R T; itles both Brirsd RaifuH and CaM fund jdeaa af ti n o appoint a special commit- CONVICT S"HMIT REFUSES TO X! " !' WM In the l-i Athaa kc City, N. t July of t'-e Mac;ra'' c RELINQUISH 1411 HOLD UPON CITY AcFAIO CITY TWO GOVCRN VENTS. H A 3 recent war lm as bat (Concluded oa Second Page.) eomaiand of a Salvadorean reel Geaevsl ba eerri' Is ex pec el ((Tons Giatemala n tise nett s'tip. 16. Dr. Ee 1 Ten h.s arrival he will proclaim u ami lawyer, blaaeelt provisional president of Nica Lake t oliege lagux 15 - The of t t t Miih : record keeper. MISS I West, of Port Huron. Mich . mtstre- st arms. Miss Ella L Mark, af Cone cl' Bluffs. Iowa