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biMiirrcnt ! GREEN AND IIAWLEY
W.H M UM.ANB, Fsblukt. CAKLStlAD, N. M. 'Hold Separate State Conventions at the Alamo City. EVHNTS OF KVKHYWltBftB. VteksVurg, Miss., rAieed $tM0 In one day fOf UllTMUNI. Nearly every city In tbe Union has fUMtftted (HlVCSta. The Mew York Itmld contributed J6C to Uw OaWeete relist fNnd. Plowing tor wheal sowing 1mm. com menced in torn counties, Amy worm have appeared In the Itrookston neighborhood, Lamnr oouh tr An arbitration agreement has been signed with Russia on ilM,aot) claims (or setxure of American sealing vessels. A child Mrl an express train nl llonMd brook. X. J., removlHg an ob struction from the truck, but tost Mill lute. All the ltOftOOH NMHUlMK HtHfH con tain editorials expressing sympathy with Ul United Mateo In the Qalveetan disaster. A Mil has been prepared by the Pnmeten government providing heavy penalties for broach of contract for rural laborer. Tbe rltr of Strasaburg, Oermsity, whose public debt amount to IS,. 731 nuik. Muki k fiirt (ut loau of 7,- 000.000 marks. Art M.ltihoii William of th dloceae of MuMttrhiiNFtU Hu auaUlned Rev. rat h' r Ilroaanhan'a ruling that womtii can not appear In chur h hatleea. The Ohio Republican? formally open ed their campaign at Youugtown with a pevh by Senator Koruker. Mark llanna spoke briefly. The llondursn rotnmhutiott on ths Indemnity claim for the minder of Pears, holds the Hondurm gtvern luent responsible. MaJ. Marrhsud of Pueho.ln fame loft Male meal at their pena weat of tlia city. The steers ro to meal In Una shape, having bad fine grass. The lm-U) Itlco Ubor union hni sent notice to this country that the military authorities there have Impris oned ion of I heir ofMcera. I'rumln haa begun negotiation with the nmi of the Herman Ulna to ex tend tin- reduction of the railway tariff on forign coal uniformly throughout the empire. Kid McCoy dnnlea the alleged elnte ments c.f hi wife and Mra. ('orbtt that the fight hciMii ri himself mid Jamca J. e'orlMtt was n fake, ami a.iya he was whipped fmrly and a.nimeiy by lha I'allfiirniati. I'rstik K. f irnirdy wis arrested at 1'argc.. N. i. charged with blowing the rafe uf tin. Mud in Kl.v hi, lompany In thi' ii f Mftico March 21, a.'cur ii' lioKiNi ('Mimody ha l n work lna at I mm, ulnoe May. Wh' ii tho n'a waa rerohr.i at New York nr ti e tlaivi at' n ill h-i.t ti.n lully paperK got out hourly emus ami the Jclteiiinit waa of the inc. t llilenaa kind. It wii the almoal univcrHal topic of dlx nxeliui all ner tint Krut city. Kx- Pn-alilent ('levfland him decline, the pn-Hidrnt h appointment u a mem ber of the International lKanl of arbi tration under The Untrue treaty. Rx l'renldeat Ilarrlaon baa a.cepted the HiiHlntwent. j Tho United Stater monitor Wyouiln vau mnoreaafnlly launched at Han I'mnclieo foam the shipyard of the Union Ironwork H the preeenee of thouaamU ef enthualaatlc ape.iatora The erent may be made a feature of i the aeiHl-eentsHntal ndmlaclon of Call fornla to the Union. Tho awful dlsaaUr In the eoutk T- coaat rounUty. nartlrulajly the wholaenle deatnwtlon of life at Oal veaton. Ium roowiK the tkouaM 0f all tloiM, of the United WUot, that wcUon and money, food and cloth na bare uiutlatedly bew aeni to thonu Mho uerrlre. At a meetlRK ooareaed by the lord yor of Urenmol. Sngland. It waa decided to open a relief fund for the Mufferen from the (ialvetton diauter and 1MI pound tUrllaa Immed iately mbaenbed. etcluiiie of over t0 ralaed by the cotton iui-ck utloa. IMzle M row ii. a colored woman waa lodged la Jail at Ardmore. i. t. ' The warrant elMrge her with killing her mother. The deed la alleged to hare "on eoMmltted with an ax The de fendant la a raving mania Tue crime occurred oaat of there. KIhk Leopold of Bali um who haa been a lift-long pxtroa of gardening haa donatrd the whole of hl real -tale In that lountry for parka and pleaaur ground for the p.-ojil.. for ever. A trip over the atorm itrlcken tee Hon aJotl the Mlaalealppi river, atart lug otoir thirty miles helow New fr leaoa and reaching to the gft g,ow, A dAMug of about llett.ooo u the rice rop. Tru.k farm, poultry. iie and other damng. will donM the umount A Chm.ae admiral haa gone to can ton and l. engaged In raising sooo I dlera. The Manchna in Canton ar. Ttery r. tiee. The RnglMm school haa beeg , lhr MaadartM do not wis any forelgnera whaterer to ahow tkeeaet r.. in the city. I rULL TICKET NAMED OY TIRST Nimed ractloa, Headed by Burkett of A. dtrion Cpunly-The Chjlrnno Wn Unanlmouily He. elected, 8n Antonio, Tex, Sept. 10. The HopuhllaRu eonvonUon, preoltleil orer y OwalrmaH ttreeti, coareHed In the new courenUnn hall Tttegdny after neon. Tlie large hall waa eoitifartalile filled. MAyor Illeks made an addreaa dl welsome, to which lion. 0. W. Odgeu responded. Tho reimrt of the plnlfarm cuntmlttee was read by Hon. II. 11. . arson and unatitmotttly ntlaiitetl. Heaolntlflna at resitect to Hie lato N. V. Cttney were ndopted by a rising vote. The next order at business being the selwtlan of u atate clmlririHii, Hon. Charles 0len preaeutetl the imnie of Hmi. It. II. It. (Ireen. nml he wim re. nomliHttetl without oiHMltlon and atnltfot wueh euihuslastri. Ths following ticket was nominated: l"or Ooremor Qeorce V. IlnrkeU of AndereoH county. Kor Meuleuant Governor C. V.. Clifford of fleiar county. I'or Attorney (leneral K. II. SUnley of Tarrant county. For Treasurer J. 0. Iwowden of Tay lor county. Kor Controller leorge Zlegler nt Colorado county. I'or land Commissioner .1. C. I lorn- berger of Trarls county. I'or Superintendent or Public In struction (3. C. MrAndrews of Um paasaa county. for ItallriMtl Commissioner Morgan Joaes of Tarrant county. There waa some opposition offered to the manner of eelertlng n state tlehet at this time, but the resolution watt adoptml by a majority vote. T. W JohuKin of Navarro cojtity waa elected secretary of the state exe cutive committee. The platform In substance Is: "The Itopubllcans of the state of Tex na cxprian their profound grallflcatl.m that mtllonnl Itpuiltcun convention with miiib euthiiKlasin and entire iiniiiilm'ly named .. our candidate for the piol'lency tho lit;ttngiiihei ataus i hi uho now IIIIh that honored posi tion, wiiliuiii McKul) of Ohio, and that the same couveuilou, resiondlng to a d'-mand from the people, which waa piuctli.ii:y uiiinlinoiiK, plwed on tbe Uck.'t with hi tn an our vandlihi for vice pr Hlliiit the illaCnguahed tlov Theodore Itouackelt of New York. "The pliitfotm of pt iiclpli-a adopted ut 1'iilladciuhia. I'.i , has our m;t hearty uml I'lithuilamlr support unil we rejoiie with all utliei patiloili Araer cans to see the wleapreud sud grow ing prox-rlty of our country In all In dustrial, iigrlcultutal and commercial !lnc, the wle and atatvanianllke eon duct of domestic affairs, the able, sat isfactory and highly succeskful man ai;rment of our llnanclal lutereata and Increealtig commertlal welfure anil the lofty and fnlluenlln! position occupied by the Cnled Htate in the Oftermlna ton and fettlemsht ut the great Inter national quealoits and Issues now con fronting the clrtlltel world for solu tion. "We congratulate the Itepubllcan party uf Texas that during the !aat four years, under the nbls persoHst di rection of Hon. a. II It. Green agitate ehalruinu. tho party has proeporeil." "Dlsframblaement of colored voters deplored." Hnipalhy I exprtssed fir coast town IH Ml OnrH lluatr. San Antonio, Tex., pt II The Ilali Heimbliraiik met at the Ufand Opera bonne C M. Kcrgnson w u ihoscn temporary halt man. GALVESTON SITUATION. It U Now Tlinught There U No rrnlHtlillliy ut a I'rililenre, Cnlvtston, Tax., Sept. 10. It would be somrwlml difficult Jimt turn to give an nnswer to the nuetitlotis "What is new In the nltuetlon nt (Jnlvettton?" The situation 1ms rosolmt Itaalf Into a routine of hard anil nyfitotnatlr work which preseutn no fwitnrtn of oapecla or startling Inlereet and which will, In the end, have the effect of showing hat a stricken people onn nemmpllsh In the fsee of a lenrfnl ohIhiiiILj' If they go about their work In Uie proper HMnner. Oenerally speaking, remllUotis are Improved at every point. The various committee continue to carry out the task they have In hand, it ml oh all aides progress which would not have been thought pnestble ih being made llnalness concerns aro resuming mml nee or making every possible effort toward that end Wherever possible buildings are being raimlred, nt least to sn extent which will protect their contents from the elmmuits. Hoofs are being replaced with temporary ahlelds ngfllnat the wind and rntu, panes of KtftBff are helng plHoeil In tho f rum en which were destroyed by the storm, and Hons tire being rlonnetl out anil the tlnmnged goods they contain ex IHwetl to the sun mid wind In order to dry them and thus minimize tlfo dsm age done. 10a rly Tuesday morning there waa a sharp shower or rain the first since tho storm which, while It lasted hut a few minutes, showed how absolutely neseeaary It Is to get the buildings or the town In something IIhh their nor mal condition as soon aa possible. In the Troinoiit hotel the roof over ti part of which Is the olllce, rain rams In In many places through imrts of the roor llseir, through the broken skylllght and through the empty window panes. Out In the residence portion or (he town the rainfall undoubtedly caused at least a great amount or dleriimttirt, for hundreds of houses which wore not ab solutely uutuhuliltable during the prev alenrii of felr weother wetu drituehed and deluged and the weary and heart slrk HHple they shattered wore ren tlereil till the more miserable. It innet be understood In this con nection tlutt whlbi the work or repair ing and making prof agalntit tho ele merita. the biilldltiK of the city Is n very ImiHirtant feature or the situation, the matter or cleaning up the dahlia and disposing of the dead bottlea tlmroln Is 1 paramount on Recount or tho danger I Wllll'll lnlllt HJ.aU If ll lliu .,1.1,11. I,alit. were this work not done as rapidly us possible, lllght here it ahould be said tliat, nil , reports to the contrary notwltlistatnl- Ing. th .e la at preaetit practically no likelihood whatever that anything like an epidemic will result from tbe pres ence of decomposing bodies snd the de posits made by the water during (he storm. This la perhapa a broad slate ment, but It la one which Is backsd by sll or tbe eminent medical authori ties of (be city, who aro certainly In n position to know, if any one la. Satisfactory progress la being made In the work of removing the ofTeiiillng matter, and a large amount or illsln rectants or various sorts 's being used where It will do the most good. Tho rear or an epidemic Is one which haa probably cauaed a great deal or uneasi ness mong iieople who have frluiiilu aud relatives still In the city, but rrom the standpoint or it layman, who has formed hi opinion largely from I uvea ligation aud rrom physicians who aro Inlereated to the work of caring ror tho health or the city, it may be stated without any reservations whatever that the possibility or the prevulouoo In ths future of auy malignant dlmse is very remote Indeed. Those Interested may woll set tltelr rears on tliia store at rest. Hlrllm statu. I'hlladfllphln. I'n., SetL 18.-The leader cf the strike says at the end or the second day 118,090 ei (ho H1.0W miners In the anthracite coal fields are 'die. No representative or the opera tors made a statement, hut Individual member dispute the Htntemotit, saying there are more men workltip than the tin Ion leaders will admit. The Brat advance In (he price or coal aa it result or the strike was made by tho Philadelphia nnd Heading tympany Tuesday, flic per ton being added. Thm Bdvaoee waa promptly wet by the lee.il dealers, who Increased the price to ooii. stimers 60c a ton. A cloud appears mi the otherwlso Iteacernl hortton In (he sliupo of h re port from llairlburg that a Wtter rest Ihg la developing between the union and non-union men in the Lykena dis trict. Iocs led in (he upper oml of Dau phin county, and Involving almiit MOO mine workers. A concession was vol ttnlnrily granted the mo smploysa of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation com pany lu the region wool or Munch Chunk, who will hererter work ten hours n day with a wnHiient Increase In nil n as. These men were unorgan. Iseil, aud had not prtmeuted nny grlev-nneos. IVurful riglii Msdlsonvlllo. Tenn.. Sept. 19. The Howanl-Aleniiee rend hnd a drnmntln and tragleul climax Tuesday. n which one man was killed, two others fatally anil one seriously wounded. Tuoedny at noon Charles Jones and his brother Joshua entered the Clew hotel dining room, which was tilled wllh gueets. ami look seats at u tnble. A moment later Calvin uml Tom Howard entered the room and met (ho Jones brothers race to fsee. in an Instant revolvors were drawn by the four men, and alwut thirty shots were II red In ipilck Htiecea slon. the terrified guests making their ealt rrom the room by wsy or floors and windows. When the firing ceased Charles Jones wss found dead on the floor, with two bullet wounds In his heart and thr. lu the bead; Joshua lone and Calvin Howard were mortally wounded and unconscious, and Tom Howard, the on ly one of the quartette Sft n fellt, had a number of bullot wounds on his body. I'row MM lUriHU. New Orleans. La., Sept. ls.(len. J. II. Vlnet. president of ths lied Cross society, state of Ixjiilmaua, received a telegiam from MIk t'lara llarton now at Ualreaton, as foi! i. "KlN't si cj tor i lu.iuudiate needs here are nurgtcal drca.ag', untal uiedlclnee and dalhuclea fur tin sli k. No epl detnii hut many p'opl' an- woia out with ulli.i. ..t.d exertion who neud tender ar uit! Miir food. CI.AKA IIAHTON." Ualtt i I elglti. Okies co. Sept 11. -Ut Kioreoc lluehler died at tbe county hospital Tuesday night bevsuse her huband Itaruest Buehlcr. frightened her. H threatened to kill her. She was ao terriSvd that abe fell ushousUoim lu too street where tr were wlklug at the Uain. Afterward BMbler was larked up la tho poliso staiioa woon be became d iposidcot and committed suicide by peRcturiag the artery in his wrist with Via. Work lit mi. nalvOStOh. Tex.. Sent 1(itn .,.. i ! iMinnvi i u u Intpilry sent him ns to ths Inton i Hons of the Southern l'aelflo towanl I Onlveston, Mr. Clmnea H. Twoeil I chairman or the board, has telegruph ! etl the Oalveeion Cm to "Work on our Improvements at Calves ton hss already been resumed and Is being pressed forward as rapidly as IKisslble." The mstter or safeguarding ami ae curlng or mechanics for tbe rebuilding of damaged property In Oalveeion. which waa referred by the general committee to Clen. Scurry, Hev. lather J. M. Klrwln and Mr. B. Adotis, re sulted In placing the matter In the hands or Clen. Scurry. I'tfcMlhly Vtui.n, Calveston Tex., SepL 10. 'n, alt uallon throughout the country extend, log rrom Ikdlver to High Islnml a ,IIW. slbly worse than any ether secttnn on the mainland. There are only tn mus n habit able condition soMth or High Island. Tbore were thonaamla or boJIea qf den I animals and about MO bodies or human beings found there. The hitter burs been partially buried, hut the handa and rest sre protruding from the oarth In many Instances ami there are not enough (li0 )n Umt Mim) t0 burj (he dead. Sm-U llrxkrn, frost, Tex.. Sept. !. irmer lUley, about 60 yMrs old, was thrown rrom hla wagon near town and his neck wss broken He hsd sold bis cotton and was returning home. Ills farm Is one of tbe largest in ths county. llett Oreu Wwrb. Clalveston. Tsx . Sept. It Miss llar ton haa been tendered the use of the old Soaly building, formerly used by the general offices or tbe Santa r railroad, and bus opened a depot (or mippllee. She haa sent orders for med Ictnee and surgical dressings food for tbe sick and clothing and shoes. Oth erwise hss recommended that money be sent here, ss the merchants here ran supply s great many things lie Ued HreekHiUer l'uirl Oslmton, Tex., 10. - Congressman Haw ley advocate tho building of a breakwater bcgii.uing st tbe south jetty and extending westward, para lie! with the khuis of dalveston Island for a dlsUnie of sbont seven mlies He suggesu that It sxtwid about sewn feet above mean low thl. with a bssMi of tweoty-Bve feet and crown of eight feet, eappod with heavy granite blacks Belie vea this would urtak tbe forte of a Udul WBTU. I'reienlliiK. Urenxn Msrqui Sept. 10 I'lghtlnu Is proceeding at Komatlport. All the available mu have been sent to the frontier. It Is expected tkt Komatt bridge will be destroyed. There it great uneasiness here. Kamatlport is a town on the frontlet Jf the Trans vagi from I'rogreeso. It is shout twenty miles from I o ren so Msrquex with the occupation of Komatlport, the Urillsh will lie able to cut on supplies. tldit I'etlMHV (IHIrer. Richmond. Vs., Sept. II The sors relgn grand lodge of Odd Ke luws elect, ed oMcrs aa follows: (Irind sire A. C Cable of Ohio; deputy grand aire, John Ii. Uoodwln of Georgia; grand erreUry. J. frank Orsnt ct BalUsjore, grand treasurer. M Klchard Mnckle of Pennsylvsnls. A resoluUon aproprtating $1IM to the Ualvoaton suffereis was passed. The Lloyd rifli of Korl Worth have gOlie to (JaUealon Tbe population of Montgomery. Ala., la: I toe M.3s; i o, 2i.ua, Increase IM4 or 3t7 er cent. Tbe iHipula tlo In 10 was 1I.71S. showlHg an In crease of S.I 70, or 30.0.1 per cent, from 10 to ltfO. Hapid progress is being ma tie In clearing (laiveatoo's alreeU. Oerwan Iron dealers held an Import ant wasting at iterltn. VJEWS Or BRYAN On the Remaining Hanks of Dem ocratic riatform. HE fAVOnS THE INCOME TAX. Tot Ke-mtnee Denounce! Traill lo ti Cm phttlc Manner nod Annjuncei 0p position io Re-tlettlca. Lincoln, Ncb Sept, 18. Tho letter of Hun. W. J. IJrynn accepting the Domlerntle nomlnutluit for president was given out Monday, and lu brlot it as follows: Hon. James D. IHchartlson, ohalrman, and others ot the notllleatlon commit tee of tho Demlcratic National Conven tion; Qentlsmon lu accepting the nomination toudorod by you ou behalf of tho Democratic patty, 1 beg to as sure you of my appreciation of tho great honor conferred upon mo by tho delegates In convention assembled, and by tho voters who gavo Instruction to tho delegate. I am sensible of tho responsibilities which rout t.pon the clllef magistrate of so great n nntlon, nml roallto tho far-renchlng offeot of tho tiuostlous In volved In the present contest In my letter or ncroptance of 1806 1 made the following pledge: "So deeply tun I Impreawctl with the magnitude or tho power vested by tho constitution In tho chief exerutve or the nation and with the ru irmoua In lluonee which ho can yield ror the benollt or Injury or the people, that 1 wish to enter the office, If elected, tne from auy personal dealro, oxeept the drsiro to prove worthy of the conll dunce ot my country turn. Human judgment Is fallible enough when tin hlaiwl by selfish uonsltleratluns, nml in order thnt I may not bo tempted to uso tho tmtionage or the otllco to ail vnnco nny personal amblt'.on, I hereby onnouneo. with all tbe omphiiHlH which wonls can oxprees, my Dxed determlmi tlon not, tinder any rlrctimstnncos, to bo a ottmlldnte ror re-olectlon, In coso this onmpnlgu results In my aleatlon." I'm (her relioctlon and observation constrain mo to renow this pledge, Tho platform adopted at Kansss City commands my cordial nml unqualified approval. It courageously moots the Issues now berors tho country, and tt at en dourly nml without ambiguity tho party's position on ovsry question considered. Adopted by a convention which assembled on the anniversary of the signing or ths Declaration of In dependence, It breathes the aplrtt of candor, Indepsudsnce aud pntrltitl-mi which characterise, those who, at Philadelphia In 1776, promulgated the creed of the republic. Having In ray notification speech din. cussed somewhat at length the para mount Issue, Imperialism, and added Minis observations on militarism and the lioear war, It Is sufficient at this time to review the remaining planks of the platform. Mr. Ilrynn denounces trusts most vigorously and favors the elaotlon of senators by tho people, uml heartily favors statohood for New Mexico. Ari zona and Oklahoma. Income tax Is favored. Tor I'euee. Washington, KtpL 18. Tho desire of China to neluully begin negotiations ror )sare was evl.knred Monday In u dispatch from l'rlnee Cheng, delivered by Minister Wti to the slate depatt mont. The dispatch wss dated at I'e Itln, Sept. 8, and In It l'rlnee Cheng states that ho has been clothed with full authority along with 1.1 Hung Ohnng to negotiate lor peace. Ho ox presses n desire to proteod In the mat ter and asks Minister Wti to submit a request to the serury of state to semi I net ruction to Minister Conger to begin the negotiatloni at once. THE BTfilK ,. ThenMnda at Cost Mlnrra ltae ttefl Thrlr Jolia, Haxlcton. Pa., HepL 18. Tho grfi.it striigglo botween tho nnthrnelto ooal miners ot rsnns))vnnla and their am ployers was begun Monday. Hnolt side Is conflilont of winning, and neither ot tho contending forces shows any dis position to ylohl. With tho exception of n trivial Incident nt No. 3 colllory of tho !ohlgh Coal company, whoro a gang ot boys compelled a mule driver to seek cover by throwing stones nt him, tho contest thus far has been en tirely devoid ot vlolonoo of nny kind. Tho oxaet number of men who struck oannot at this time be told, ns only estlmalos ot the number ot men who did not start work were mailt. Re ports received by the United Mine Workers ofMolnls from the entire an thraclte region were to litem satlsfao tory. In this district there are 10,000 men employed In and about tho mines. Ot this number It l conservatively ns tlmatcd thnt about BO per cent, or 8000 men, quit work. Five thousand ot these bolong to collieries which did not work at nil, and tho remaining 3000 to mine which worked short handed. The district south of this place, known ns tho South Hide, was tied up com pletely with the exception of Colo ralnn, lieavor Meadow and Carson's WsNkerles. in this territory tho United Mlno Workers aro very strong. On the North Aide the ITpper lhlgh. Mil nesvtlle, Ifbsrvalo ami Drlfton No. 1 eulllerlrw. employing about 1100 men. are shut down, the mines nt I.attltner atid Pond Creek, employing 1100 mon. are working full, but every mine la that big territory Is working with ImrV ly crippled rorcoa. Three or the Mar kle mines, over which there Iihs been o much contention, worked all dny with about 05 per cent or their mon. On (he West dills every colliery start ed up. minus Its union men, oxeept tbe Hnsletnn mines, where the miners went to work In consequence of a mis understanding. Mr. Mitchell decided nn Important point In tho mutter at arbitration Mon day. IHt week tho minora employod by 8. a. L. Marklo & Co. decided not to strike until tho firm had pasecd upon a set of tholr own grluvnnroH whlsh differ somowhnt rrom thoso of the Pnlted Mlno Workers. Tho Hrst nrm has an agreement with Its mon that If nny differences rail or adjustment the grievances shall bo arbitrated. John Msrlcle or tho firm agreed to havo Archbishop Ityon of Phllndalgphtn ar bltrnto the dirforoucoa It tho modltors alrnuly decided upon by tho nrm and the mon cannot come to a satisfactory agreement. Mr. Markle gave out an Interview to newspapers reporters to this effect and suggested to tbe re Dorter that they eo se what President Mitchell would have to say to the proposition. This waa done and Mr. Mitchell replied that the strlksrs would try to get the Markle miners to strike because if the miners of one big company failed all tho min ers would fall. TUvo Inmates of ths Confederate heme at Austin, and both very old men, had a fight, ths result of aa obi grudge. J. W. Singleton was shot three times, dying almost Instantly. t14lullHIHl. Frankfort, Ky.. Sept. 18. olio Hrst really sensatlona ItesUmnny In tho trial of James Howard, charged with having llred tho shot that killed Will lam Coeliel, wait given Monday by Ilowumn (initios, n local liveryman, and James Stubberllold. Tho former Iritnttllod Howard as tho man who ran out from tho rear of tho 'etntehouso grounds and Jumped ovor tho fonee Immodlently after the shouting. Onlnos was positive in his Identification or the prisoner as the man and said the Int- jter thou wore a mustnoha aud waa followed by a man who was tall and slender. A boy who was near by nt the time will also bo Introduced as a witness, however, and tho most Im portant was James Stubbernold, a one legged and one-armed ox-deputy sheriff of Clay county. StubberHeitl testified that Howard oxultlngly told him that be a red the shot that took Goabet't life. (I milt mI SL Lottie, Mo., Sept. U.-vIsUge Wit throw, in the circuit court, granted an order Monday temporarily reetraiaiag tbe preaideat sad board of directors of the Order ot Itatlrogd Teiegrsphtrs lorn trying certain charges they ar al leged to have matte s gainst II. 11. Par ham. secretary and treasurer of the or der. The order Is made returnable Sept M. Perhatn claims defendant bare un lawfully entered Into a caspiraer. lied Ore. Galveston, Tev., Sept. 18. Wise Clara lhtrton, president of the Anttr -cah National lied Cross sod'ty for over half a century, the good angel of sugarars Ig every great calamity that has visited the I'nlud Stales, a rived In OalvaatoM Monday with her personal staff ef Hi as persons. Mia Ibtrtcm Cjacsag ta direct tho dlstrtbutloH of re lilt agpgllas to be seat here by the Na tllMl Hod Orast society and by the fcew York World. CoagreaeHMH ltalley will seon take the stamp. tile HurHHl, CinclnHatl, Ohio, Sept. 18. A bri4oh nnrsory of the SalvuHoM Amty at 111 ttaat Front street bnraeil aw) five par sons were killed, three fatally and faar seriously Injured: The dead: James Harklaa, paiMtar. aaatl . Herbert HarMna. agad 1 yean, Inn of Janes Harklaa. Hhoaa ilarkina, aged S months. Ultoaa Harklaa, aged I wnnUis. Maggie wuibtHw, aged 3 moat ha, IMwarsl MHllsa, ied i years. I'rlnli uu Oritur. lierlln. Sept. 18. The Vosalashe Xeitung prlnU at) onlBr glvaa to the governor of MohwWm, nuthMttlag tbe deiutrture it Sir. Ifcruaar, irmlU Ung Mr. Kroger lu sail only for a amropean port, aadlaa: "The guvernmeHt In iendlng this goes beyond Its powers. JUouetlses UsbOH Is acting under pressure from Oreat Drl.alu, who foars preautuably that Mr. Ktuger is gidng to the United BUtes to appeal ta the people."