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NEBRASKA NOTES - MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS IN THE COMMON WEALTH. NEBRASKA RAILROAD PROPERTY . State Board of AGsessment Completes Its Labors-Entire Tot1 Amounts to $47,690,848.35 - Other M tters Hero 1nd There. - LINCOLN-Tho statd board or nssessmont has about completed the nssdlJsmont of railroad prollel.ty In No. brnakn , but wlJl moet again to maltO fLtI'formal findings hy the atloptlon or n resolution snylng the IlsselJsmont was mndo arlol' a consideration or the stocls nntl bondR , not earnlags allli the ! I l1h 'slcnl property. 'rho hoard asseS8' ! cd all the railroad IJrollort ' In the state at a totnl of $ .17,099,8.18.3G. 'I'hls la an htcreaso ever hUlt year oC $10 I , . 872. 'rho following o.t8essment ! shows the assessment per utile and the total . nssessment or each rend : Assessed 'l'otnl valuullon nssos ed nnllronc.1. ) lor mllo. vnluatlon. Atchison & Nob'Rlm. $10,000 $ 1,0110\00 \ n. & . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,004,200 C. , N. & K.\ . . . . . 6,000 2G4,200 G. I. & 'V. Comml. . 0,600 2,200HOO Ie. C. & 0. . . . . . . . . . 6,000 906,400 Llnc. & IJnclt ) Hills f.,600 971.35r. Lincoln & . W. . . . OIiUO 477.fiS6 Nobrnam ! Hall WilY. . 8,000 1,09,920 : Nebrnlltn ! & Col'nc.1o 0,000 2,68.1,260 Neb. . W 'o. & " 'ost. 4,600 033.r.r. & Omnlll1. & . P. . . . . . 800 090l1 Ol11ahu & S. 'V. . . . . 0,035 4117,922 Oxford & KnnRus. . . .1,000 238,440 HOlubllcan ) Ynlloy. . 10,000 6G21,800 : nt'I' . Vnllo ) ' & 'V. , . 4,000 110,880 ! U. V. , K. & S. 'V. . . . 4,00ll 3.1,000 Durllnton ! system , totul. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,236,999 U.P , mnln IIno.$18,200 $ 8,506,310 O. & n. V. brunch. . GOOO 2,82fJ,7S0 Icnrnoy branch. . . . 4,000 302,404 U. P. Syslom , total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11 , 3jGOO [ C. & N. W. . . . . . . . . . $ OfiOO $ G,931.I05 c. , St. P.t 1\ [ . & 0. . 8,600 :1,30.1,8110 : C. , n. I. . . P. . . . . . . . 10,000 1,242,700 8t. Joe hranch. . . . . . 7,7011 3j7,30r. [ Nelson brnnch. . . . . . 0,000 309,180 Totnl , n. J , systom. . . . . . 2,089,180 M. P. mnln line , . . . . $ 8,500 $ 784,125 Weelllng' 'Vntor. . . . 7,800 63G,070 LIncoln brnnch. . . . . 7HOO 354,042 Crete hrnrch" . . . . . 0,500 378,170 6prln lIeh & l'apll- lion bmnch. . . . . . . 2.j00 [ 197,000 C. & N. W. . . . . . . ( ; ,000 100/100 / Totu ! , 1P. . sya. . tom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,271,013 Pac. n. n. In Nob. . $ 4j00 [ $ 320,490 St. J. & O. I. . . . , . . . GfiOO 730,015 Wllmnr branch G. N GOOO 0-11,050 G. N. . S. C branch. . 3,000 : tOS,730 Mnson City & Ft. D. . . . . . 700OQO O. Dr. & 'rer. Co. . . . . . . . . 120,0'0 C. , lit. & St. It. . . . . . . . . . . . 20,000 Vnblllh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 1lllnolri Centrnl. . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 A , T. & S. I . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . 5,000 Totnl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,099,848 Tornndo In Burt County. OAKLAND-A tornado of consider. nblo dhnenslons , accompanied by hall , atrucle the Logan boltom. The tor. nado Immed Onldand about a balf mlle to the west and cver.thlng In Its IJath was swellt clean. At Uehling conshl- crable dam ago was done to lxtl1dlngt1 I nnd a man and hey were slightly In. I jured. South or town along the creelc I . the outbuildings and harna on the farms of , Tohn Peterson. , C. A. Mogal . nnd AIr Walberg were blown down and 'Vnllborg's house was mo\'ed from the foundation. A heavy rain accom. panled b ' hall , some st01les as big as lion's eggs , preceded the tornado. 'I'ho wlnll did conshlerablo damage about town to trees nt1l1 outhulldlngs. Grcat Prospects In Banner. UARmSBURG-1'ho general C0l1l1l- Uon or crolHI In Bnnner county 18 flattering In the oxtrelllC , with the ex. coptlon or n few fields or wlntOl' wheat which were aown too late last fall. Corn Is practlcall ) ' all planted , ant } mostly up. The CrOIJ acreage will e- ; ceed provlous 'ears. Gmss on the range Is sillendhl , ntHI cattle wont on grass In fine shape , with promlso or. early beer. Ban nor county has built nnd Is com1110tlng over 100 mlleH of IlIIlelJOndent telephol1o 11110 since the flrst of the year , with the IlrollliGO or many moro miles before fall. Wants An Invcntlgtlon. LINCOLN-A written requ st has , be on made by Suporlntendent J. I _ . Greene at the Uncoln hospital for tbo Insane , to the state board oC tiubllc Jands and ulllllngB , nsitln ! ; that an official Investigation bo made of the death or Wlnfiold S. l\h Cartnoy , nn In. mate of the institution. who was stranled ( to death hallothel' : Inmate , Lightning Strikcs Elevator. nRAINAHD-'rhe Omaha Elovntor company's elevator at Yanlm was truc1. by lightning. 'rho niachlnory waR damaged and the roof or the , building torn off. 1\lI1eo D 1'l1I1 or , who was unloading grain at the elevator , was thrown to the ground b ' the shocle , but escaped uninjured. ' ; Hog Killed Snnke. I GRAND ISIAND-1'ho Messrs. Bel' nard Wieso and Ed , Stoltenborg , resld Ing uxmr Abbott heard a loutl nolsl In the barnyard a few dlJ. 's ao ( ant upon Investigating found a six roe roptllo of the "blaclsnalw" varloty h battle with 11. 400 pound hog. Tilt snake was lel1led. I \ Stock Dlcs of Hydrophobia. I1Ul\1 OLD'r-Scott Biggs , 11. IJroml ' nent farmer and stocle man lIvlnl ; III : miles south of this city , has lost sevel bOl1 < 1 ot cattle within the last weol tram n strange dlseaso which the VOl orlnary surgeon Ilronounces cloal'ly d ( , 'oloped hydrophobia. No other atocl I lias boon lost In the nOlgh borhood , a : though the farmers or thnt Hecllo : were much tllsturhed about six wool < 00 ( by a strange dog which appoam In seroral or the Vtlsturos nnd clmsel the slocl. abont. " . . , . . OVErt , .HE STATE. Commencement oxorclsos are on in cvt'ry dh'ecllon. 81x stlulonta wl1l graduate from tb Ord buslnes collogo. i\any now ] lOmes nro bolng built in Clar. Center thlB year. . There IB saltI to be a great scarcity of teachers fn Gage coun ! ) ' . 'I'ho Plerco COllnt . l alr and Speed assocIation has heen organized. 1'h Courier , a now tlally nfternoon ) inper , hns appeared at Beatrlco. 'rho now ma 'or anti council or Oma. ha. have heen InductOlt Into offico. Mr. and Mrs : J. B. Croty of Deatr celehrntetl theIr goltlen wedtllng ] ast woek. A hnll storm at l rllul\1n \ and vicln. Ity lastell forty.flvo minutes aUtl tlltl grent dlUnnge. , The Ashland TelelJhono compU1Y Is continuing extenslvo hnprovements be an ] nst yenr. Bloomlleltl , 111m man ' other NobrasJ 1m towns , Is experiencing IL grent building hoom this year. T. J. l\fnlnncy , the 12 , 'ear-01d son or Councilman Maloney of 'Vymoro , was accidenta'ly shot and prohn. ly fatally wounded whllo out luntlng. Herman Prowltz was before the In. sanity board of Stnnton county and adjud ed a fit sUbject for treatment. SherIrf Stucher took him to Lincoln. . A slceleton found In Cho croele at. Prague hM he01l Identified by a lea. ther belt still clinging to It as that or ' nclav Vopath , wllo IIlsaplwaretI Cour- teen months ago , At the I'laic of his own lifo , Willie DerCUI ) , 11 yenra or art ! : ' , or Papl11l0n , juml1ell Into the whlrillool Insldo the mill dam and rescued from tlrownlng 10-year-old Paul hlers. 'I'ho bnrn ant1 corn crlh and out. building helonlng ! to .John Sauntlors , livIng southwest or Oaklnnd , were de stro 'ed hy fire , caused by the explo. . slon of IL lamp In an Incubator. Loss $800. Plnlc French the ' or , 16-'eaNld son Mr. and Mrs. John French , who lIve nine mil os east or Tecumseh , was' ' drowned In the Nemn.ha river. Ho was tnldng IL swim when the ILccldent ! occurret } , The local camp of the Woollmen of the World already have ono hundred candIdates for UtO public Initiation which will tnlw Itlaco In Nebrnslm City at the state log r01l1ng meet on July 3 , 4 and G. Harry , the 10.yoar-old SOil or Lero ) V. Bowman of Chadron , was drowned whllo tryIng to swIm just below the dam of n small irrigation ditch on the farm of CBrton Freeman. adjoining the city of Chatlron. At the ( 'oroner's Inquest hold at th Uasllngs asylum over the body of l\tarUn 11 ic ! ' marn , the Inmate whe WfI strucle 10 ; . Durllngton pn.ssengCl train nud 11"lnnfly 1Ued ! , rendered n verdict rr fl1idde. EIhteon ! ; .oears old and a dl\'orced wife for the soconll tlmo Is the contll. lion of Ionn Crain of Lincoln , who wa2 granted by , Tmlge Frost a divorce fl'Om .Too I , Crain , her send husband. Tha two were married InVJlber July 4 , 190G , Two deputy game warllens from Llncon ] went soutIt of Ainsworth to Long Illlw and arrt.\Stetl 1\1. I. McDonald - ald for seining In the lalw. 'rho wal'd. ens secured two Reines In his posses. sion and brought them. to the court house In Ainsworth. Dr. J. 1.1. Greene , superIntendent of the 1..Incoln Insane ns 'lum. filed are. quest with the board of public Innds and bulltllngs for an investigation of the malter of the death of W. S. Mc. Cartnoy or NobrnRlcn CIty , who wa ! ! Itl\1ed \ In the asylum during tllO first , . . .eele iu November , 190.1. Fraul. Bl'own , a well.lmown farmer , was Instantly Idllod at his homo uear A 'r last weele by a stroleo of light. nlnJ : : . Ho with hts son , aged 11 : rears. waR rldln homo fl'om the ileitIs in 1\ lumber wagon , seatoll on a SIJrln fleat over a high box when the bolt strucl , . 'I'ho boy was ani ) ' RtlllUlet1. 'I'ho jury that has been consldel'lus the ease of the stnto ngalnst Chl\1'10.1 : \1. Chamberlain , of tIte old Chambel' lain bRuldng house or 'I'ocumsoh. re. turned a verdict. Ilt Auburn findlnp. Cllnmberjalu gUilty ns eharged In the Inft'matlon. 'l'ho cuse was tried on n ( 'hango of venue fl'Om Johnson county , 1 ' 1.wrence Cnr1fIJter ; : ! , about 20 yar : ( If a/o / , who was cleric In the Ro 'al hotel aul1 son of a prominent real estate - tate donI' ; ) , ' n Rod Cloud. wns found tloal : wlt.1 a blillet hole through his heart an.i a rtvo\ver ! \ 1 'lng b ' his sldo. Dt.'sl10ntlenry u\'fI' disappointment In ! 1 I love affair Is glvon Is the causa of the , suicide. John Dunafon , a farmer Hving abou1 three n1\l e southeast of Frnnle1ln , whllo IJlowing unen.rtllcl ( the bones 01 n mlln tlH't had been burled about fivt 'oal's. Dy the teeth It nlllJenred thai ho was ahout Rlxt . 'enrs old. It I : genernll ) ' thought that the remahts nt. , thOfo of Hans UolY rson , ' "ho tllsal1 Ilearetl nbout montll hefore the bru tal m1l1\lor of A. D. 1\rlschbaum : fo : which 'l'oomRI1 Is now sorvlng a lIf4 sentence nt Lincoln. Smith Boss , while wOl'jln ! ; , on tit , lop of a twentr.four foot \rlml mil , . tower , at the homo or , Tohn IIolnliC ton mllCtl nOI.thwest. of Nebrnslm Clt' was thrown to the ! ; rolltul anti serlOli ! 1) ' . If not fntally Injurel1. E. II. Pnrcell , who Is conl1ectetl wit the Custer County Chief , hns just 1't turned from a five months sojourn I Al'lzozna amt hns brought with him I'omarlmble cUl'loslt ) ' In the shnpo ( ( i a gonulno Olin monster , The mot ster. which was CalJturotl all \0 , Is on of the rarest , most m 'stol'ious 1\11 deadly reptiles In oxlstenco. . . , . . . , , ' t. , t , I I ' . , . . . . . I ) c : = = : % . . . - - - : . . . . - - ; . - : . . ; : . - . - : ; . . , EIGHT , KillED IN WHEGl ( DROKEN FLANGE ON SMOKING CAR THROWS SWITCH. Hot Wnter Henter , Torn.from Fatcn- : : ings in Coach , Crushes Out Lifo of ! In.n. - I LoulsvJlle , Ky.-Eight persons were tlte Loulsv1ll0 & Nashvl1le railroad Montlay. 'rhe train left Knoxvl1le Sun- I Itl1led and 22 Injured by the or two coaches of a passenger train on ' day night. was on , : me and was nearIng - Ing the Union station In LoulsvJlle at ! a moderato slleed when a lIange on a I wheel of the smottlng car broke , throwing ellen a switch and causing two of the coaches to sideswipe a cut of box cars on a shllng. I 'rhe locomotive and combInation , haggugo and mnl1 car ) lassed the switch In safet ' , but the J cur trucl < s of the II smol\C1' ran in on the switch , followed by the Jadles' coac)1 ) nnd two sleelJCrs. I ' 1'he smollng car did not break loose 1 from the front of ' .he train , and was ! dragged 200 feet ul'1IIg the ties , \lnLII' ' the sldo of the car 5truclc n string of freight carR. The fl'lInt of the smelting car was u llnjured , but the right side of the car was domoiished and the roof torn off. 'I'he front end of the ladles' coach , which was yestlbuletl. was HtOye In for 20 feet , seatH being lorn 11)1 ) IIntl all the windows smasho1. [ The hot water heater , which was III the forward end of this cat. , was torn loose from Its fllstening antl hurlell to the middle of the car , 1,1111ng Howard D. Coleman , or Stanfortl , K ' . , In Its Hight. ANARCHIS S TEAR UP FLAG - - Reds Cheol' Action of Man Who Seizes Emblem from Child and Destroys It. Chicago. - While a large part of t < : > population of Chicago was paying - ing ItH respects to the nntlonal elll- bll.111 and the men who fought to Eave It , 500 annrclllst8 gatltf'ret ! ut memorial meeting for tllo ex- er.uled anarchists anti chcerell whell a smnll nutlonnl flag waf ! snatched from the hand of a child who had wandered Into the meeting , torn Into lilts nnd thrown oa the 11001' . 'rhe Insult to the American lIag wns the chief Incident of the meeting which marleel the first Chicago appearance of BOl'lmHllln. With Emma Goldman , the high pl'le1tps'l ! ' of the unarchlsts , he divided - vided the apJllnuse as chief sllealter of thl' da ' . - - - - FerttHzer Men Indicted. Nashville , Tenn.-Tho grand jury of the United Slates circuit court , which hus been Investigating the alleged ror- tlllzor trust for the past fOlll' woels , F1'1day rot11l'ned an IIltllctment against I about 80 rertlllzel' mnnufacturors , including - cluding a nUlllbor of local mell. 'rho hullctment contains six counts detailIng - Ing in specillc form alleged violations of the anll-trust laws , and charging the defemlnnts with combining and being ongnged In a trust or combination - tion , Mob Riddles Victim. Wadet bore , N. C.-About two o'clocle Monday morning a mob 01 BOmo 200 citizens , after having Imoclwlj Insonslblo Sheriff Doggnn , bnltel'otl down the tloorH of the count ) ' jnll alii ! secured J. V. Johnson , who SOIllO tlnH ago m11l'dered his brothel'-In-Iaw Johnson was strung UI1 to a tree am' hIs bed ) ' rhldled with bullets. Denth of 'Vnr Veternn. Duluth , 1\lInn.-CaIJt. U. A. Durn. ham , 0. veteran or Ihe civil war , wa suddenly strlclccn tlown Sundll ' ant died In u few momcntR. Cnllt. Burn ham was 7 years ohl anti ( Jaw lIIucl h lIghtln In the civil WI\I' . ) - n McGovern-Dritt FIght. a New Yorl-l'he l\lcGo\'el'n-Urlt If tight In 1\1nlllson Uqunt'e Gnrdon 1\1on 1. day night went the lull ten r011lds ll ( ' declGion wns given 11I1tlor the rules , bu It McGovorn , accordhtl ; to mllll ) ' , hat ! th bettor of the contest , BOMB THROWERS IN RUSSIA Several Persons Are Killed and Injured - jured by Deadly Missiles Hurled by Revolutionists. . - Tints. - Whl1e Gov. Gen. TIm. aselfl and Chief or Police 1\Iar. tlnofr were driving Sunday bombs were thrown at them. NeIther was Injured , but IL Cossaclc be. longing to their escort was lel1Ied. 'rwo bombs wore. thrown simultaneous. Iy , one of them _ flllllng to explode. Clllef ot Pollco l\Iartlnoff shot and Idlled one of the terrorists , but the oth. 'er escaped. Gov. Gen. Timosolff's coachman WM wounded. St. Pctersburg.-l\f. . Shataloff , war. den of the city prJson here , was shot four times Sunda ' and mortally wounded by an 18-year-old youth who was executing a socIal revolutionist sentence , In revenge for ShatalofC'8 had treatment of political prisoners. The assassin Idlled a beggar who tried to stop hIm , but afterwards was arrested - rested Sebastopol.-Several bombs were thrown here Sundny while a review of troops was helng hed after the Te Dcum In celebration or the anniversary - sary of the emperor's coronation. Three persons wore Idlled and several wounded. RIVER RISES AND RECEDES - - - Phenomenon \Vitnefised at Racine , 'Vhcn Water Fills Basin for Thirty Seconds. Raclno , 'Vls.-Selches swept up both rlvcrc 'Vednesday , and , as a 1'e , > ult , the pontoon brIdge crossing the river a 1\Ialn street was badly damaged. According to stories told at the doclts the water rose three to five feet , partly curryIng away timbers on the south end of the structure , so that 1t cllnnot bo closed , 'rhe government tug Industry c0111d- cd wilh the swing part of tile brIdge and did moro damage. For moro than a week the water In thl' river has been eight inches below normal , showing evidence of dlsturb- arCC3 ! on the lalw and from the fact that northcMtel'11 squalls have been prevalent. At six o'clock t11d water had receded to about 18 Inches below 1I0rmal. 'I'hell the waves came In wilh a current of about ten miles and I mashed the bridge. I 'rhe water remained stationery for . llbout :10 : seconds and then rapidly re- 'cedcd , becoming normal. Government After Lynchers. Wushlngton.-1'he government has talen step ! : ! to punish the persons who are responsible for the lynchIng - Ing In Chattanooga , ' 1'01111. , on March 1J ! last , of the negro Ed. John- I son , who , under the sentence of death fol' assault , had been allowed an ap- ) Jenl by the United States supreme court fl'om the circuit court or the United States for the Eastern tllstrlct of 'rennessee. MemorIal Day in Mexico. Mexico Clty.llelllorlal day was obcHveel here by the local post , Grund Army or the RepubHc , whlcb d < : > coratetl the graves of Amerlean sol. tltl'rs In the United National cemeterY4 I , 'Ihero rest the remains of many sol. : dlerE who lost their lives during tile I , Will' of tbe North Amel'lcan Invasion. Snn FrancIsco Dead. I ! San Fmnelsco. - 'rho bodies at 171 . I more victims of the fire have beeI : I discovered , brInging the death Hst 11.1 the morgue UII to 418. I Dl'idgo Trust Men Fined. I . I Norwall" O.-A criminal court jury 3 returned a vertllct of guilty agalnsl I 8e\'on britlgo companies anti seven - u ents fol' restmlnt of trado. 'rhe 1 companIes were finell $300 I\nd costE i each , five ugents $250 and costs eacb. I Jnmcstown Exposition. tl Washington.-Senatol' Daniel 1'0' - ! l'lOrted fr m the senate comm.tteo aD : > , Industrial expositions his bill appro. t : priatln 375,000 for the JamestoWl1 I ) conlennlnl eXllosltion to he held 011 I the shores (1r Hrunpton Hoads. . . . - . . . , , , . IRISH UADER DEAD. I DIood Poisoning Due to Oporntions on . Jaw Cause Demise of l'oich- nel Davitt. DubHn. - A notable career closet Wcduestlay night , when after n. Ions and painful I11n08s , 1\lIchlel Davft ! . . dletl peacefully untl Il1inlessly ! n. ! 12 o'clocl. , 111 thu lrosenco , ot hil oldest son Michael , and his two daughters tors , who had devotedly attcntled hilI through his 1I1ness , nnd mnny or hie most Intimate friends , Inchldlng John Dillon. The greatest sympathy has been tlls 111ayed hy nil classes of society durln Ir. Davitt's 1I1ncss. Wednesday thE hospltnl was besieged hy amlous In. qUlrers. John E. ! tedmond , leader of the IrIsh part ' In parliament , was IJ frequent inquirer by telephone fron : the house of commons and gave up hh proposed continental trip over the Whitsuntldo holhays owing to tIlE condition of hla frIend , the father of the Irish Land league. After a rail ; } Tuestlay night , 1\11' . Davitt was able tc speak to those at hIs bedside , but seer showed that he was losing ground. Mr. Davitt retired from the repre sentatlon of South 1\Iayo in parllnmenl In 1890 , but to the lllst took IL lceen In. terest in the politics of his country. Death was duo to blood poisoning which followd two operations for no. erosls of the jaw bone , nnd spread se rapIdly that all efforts to stay it. ! course were unava11ln111' / . DIlVItt'1 1I1ness began with an Insidious attacll of toothache , to which ho paid no at tentlon until John Dillon urged him te hllvo recourse to medical advice. For some time the1'o were hopes fO ! his recovery , but the state of hl health which was undermined by ex. ertlons nt the recent general elections greatly handIcapped his progress. DISLIKE INSPECTION BILL. Enemies of the Measure Confer to Frnmo Substitute for the Deverldge Rider. Wanhlngton. - ' 1'he enemies of tht Beveridge bJII for. Inspection of thE operations of meat-pacl < ing houscl were very active \Vednesday. . Mos' ef the day was spent In conferenccs the purpose of which was to fl'amt amendments to the Beveridge bl11 01 pel haps n. substitute for it that will me the npproval of the packers ane. r..ot injure the business of the caUIt raIsers. Prominent In these confer' ences were Representative Willian Lorimer of Chicago , Chairman Wads worth of the house committee on agri. culture , and Hepresentatlvo Henry o. Texas , representing cattle Interests. Just how fur the'11egotlatlons amonl these gentlmnen have IJrogressetlls no\ \ Imown , but Il Is stated that the propo. sitlon framed as a result of them wll be submitted to the patJwrs ! for thel' approval before its provisions ar mtde : public. If the paclwrs approvE the proposition the presumption Is tha1 the amendments or substitute wJII bE 'pressed upon the house. What the effect of such action will be cannot be conject1ll'etl at thlH stage It mIght cause the president to mal'E good his threat to publish the confiden. tial report of Messrs. Nem and Hey. noldR upon conditions existing In the Cr-Icugo stoclQ'ards. FIVE DEATHS DUE O FLOOD , Milldam Dreaks , Sending Great Sb'eam of Watcl' Down the Canyon to Destroy Property. Reno , Nov. - rhe most dlsastroUl 1100d In Nevada in many yearl occurred Monday morning in Golcon da , a small town about 200 miles fron : here. It was caused by the brealdn or tire large dam In Polo Creek can yon , three miles above the sheep-shear Ing corral of the Golconda Cattle com pan ) ' . Five men were drowned ane .several are baelly Injured. When the dam brolQ an Immcns ( 'volumo of water poured down tbe can yon , carrying everything before It. When it struclc the shcep-shearln ! coral there were a number or men a worl" nnd all ol these were carriec away with the fiood. Not n buildIng or fence or the Gel condlL Cattle company was left stand Ing. Ing.The The track of the Southern Pnclll. railroad was undermined a mile wes of the town , anti aU trains are elgh to 12 hours lato. The dead .aro : Three l\lexlcan shee ] shearers ; a Chinese coole , and ono In tllan boy. All were employed by thl Golconda Cattle company. Flood at Walla Walla. Walla Walla , Wash-Hea"y dam I age Is threatened by a 1I00d tha I Is sweeping. through this city and eve : the adjoining county. The Walll Walla Power company's dnm on WaUl I Walla river , 15 miles above the city went out early Wednesdny , cutting 01 I nil electric lights and power. Aide street , a busIness thoroughfare , I fiooded to a de11th or three feet. 1'WI hrldges in the city ha\'o been carlel lawny. Sovera ] hOlllles ] mvo fioatel I down with the flood and it is fearel I the dnmages In the country will b great. Date for Railrond Trin.l. IanSM City , Mo.-Attorney G < Jnora Herbert L. Hadley announccd that th , I state or MissourI will bo ready to pre I sent its 0Idence In the IUIlXlm1ll1 I freight rate bill cases before a stat , commissioner Juno 11. Train Kills SweethC\\rts. \ . Paw Paw , W. Va.-Rlchattl Robert L BOn , 2G ) 'ears old , aUtI hIs sweetheart Hattie Royce , 10 , were strltclc anti In stantly Idlled b ' a Baltimore & Ohll passenger train Tuesday night whU > wnllelng on the tra\lk. ' . . - - t . . . . - . . . . . j. , . . . . . . , . BOMB IS THROWN . ATTEMPT TO KILL THE KING AND QUEEN OF SPAIN. - SIXTEEN PEOPLE ARE SLAIN One of thc Horscs Drnwlng the Royal Carriage Is Killed. The Assassin Who Is Said to be nn italian Anarch. 1st , Makes His Escapc. MADlUD - The } > ubHc rojoiclngs . ' pver the marrlago or KIng Alfonso nnd 'i. . .it ; PrIncess VIctoria bad a terribly dra. matlc sequel at 2 : 30 o'cloclc T1l11rstla ' afternoon , as IL bomb thrown from an upper wIndow exploded with deadlY' effect near the coach occuped by the Idng and Queen. Providentially King Alfonso nnd Queen VIctoria escaped when au electrIc wlro deflected the bomb , but at ] east sixteen persons , most of them belonging to the pOl" sonal and military escorts , were ] dll. . pd. Many others were Injuretl. Several of these Idlled were stand. . ' ( Ing on the balcony of the house from .t . ' 1' whIch the bomb was thrown. The ex. " , . plosion occurred just as the ro 'al , couple was ahout to enter tbo palac& . 'rho route of the cortege had been di. . verted from Arsenal street to Mayor street , owIng to the pOIH\lar desires. ' ' 1'ho procession had just IlI\ssod through 1\lnyor street and was about to turn Into the eSlllanado leading to the palace when an explosion shook the the buildIngs In the vIcinIty , stun. nlng a largo number of people and throwIng the cortege into inextrlcablo : : onfuslon. 'rho royal coach was brought to a sudden stop by the shocl" officers and soldiers of the escort falUng to the ground about the querry and horses tbat had been IdUed. The screams of the terrIfied multitude mingled with the groans or the dyIng. It was Immediately - mediately seen that the rOYlL1 coach was t Intact except as it bas been damaged , ' by flyIng splinters. KIng Alfonso 1m. " , mediately alighted and assistea Queen VlctorJa out of the carrIage. The ' then entered another coach and were riven sWiftly to tee palace. I All this happened so qulcl ) ' tblLt' people from the Immediate "Iclnlty were not nwaro or the tragedy and continued to acclaim their sovereigns. . Soon , however , there appeared the II' ' ' 1 . empty royal conch with two horses ' : ( , r. , mi3slng and the others spattered with . blood. The grooms and drivers loolc. sd deathly Il1\le in their apangled uni- forms. Then came a boy shouting that 11 bomb had been thrown at the Idng. I I LONDON-A dispatch from Madrid ' ; ' says that it was all Italian anarchist ; who threw the bomb at the carrlago : of the IcIng and queen of Spain and that after the explosion he committed suicide. Another dIspatch sa 's that the assassIn is named Mateo MOl'lll and that bo has escaped. HIDDEN IN A BOUQUET. l Wns the 80mb Thrown at the King and Queen. I - , MADRID-The bomb thrown at tbo j . ; . king and queen was concealed In a bouquet and was of polished steel , hall' . : I a centimeter thlclc. It was thrown . _ from a thIrd floor wIndow. The house , I' . accordIng to some reports , belongs to : ' . the queen's mother , havIng been be- I queathed to her by a philanthropist , ' " and beIng the only bouse she owns in ; ; ) r l\IadrJd. The lOuse Is opposite the J , . I Church ot the Sacrament and the cap. , . taln general's residence. The royal ' processIon had come to a temporary \ ; 3tOp with the royal car.rlago exactly Dpposlto the house when the bomb waB Ulrown. The mlssllo fell to the right Df the roynl carriage , between the ( eaders and the wheelers. The oxplo- 510n killed two horses and a groom. rho duke of Sotomllyer , who was rId , 'ng ' on the right of the carriages , was ; lIghUy wounded. Thl. ) scene of tlte raged ' presented a horrible spectacle with dead men and horses Jying about literally torn to l1leces. . . . More Victims of the Fire. SAN FRANCISCO-The remnlns of eleven moro vIctims or the fire have I been dlscovel'ed , bringing the death , ! Ist at the morgue up to 418. 1'hoso Df Andrew Coleman and David' Cool , were found In the ruins of a store at 114 'I'hlrd street. Five bodIes were ! talwn out of the ruins of the Kings. bury houso. Accuse Him of Boodling. LITTLE ROCK , Ark.-A bench war. rant was served Thursday on 'Veb1 ; Covington , president r the last state senate , at his homo at Clarl < svlllo , , He Is already under indictment In twd , cases for nlleged boodling In the last leglslaturo. 'I'ho warrant was issued on IL now indictment returned Wednesday - nesday in connection with alleged ex' tenslvo boodling charges agalnHt leg. Islators. It Is saltl that three now In. dlctments have been returned and that other arrests will follow in a I ! short tlmo , Cnn Makc Their Own Living. . W ASlIING'I'ON - Phlllppino stu. dents , who came to this country in 1903 for education at government ex , - pense , are to have an 011portunlty to "hustlo" and malto their own living tbls summer , preparatory to enterIng upon their fourth and last yeur or school work next fall. It Is the desire or tbe bureau or Insular affaIrs tbat - the students shall h1vO a few montha or actunl hustling when they JUust rely UIJon them solves and learn American - ican customs and methods better tban Is 110sslblo in the schools.