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attend tthd the Burial Burialilfathd Buriald Burialvjiedr
vjiedr ilfathd d Jelly 6 eAt At almost exact exactbate exactWd
bate t Wd tgdsy dfcy y the body 1J0dyo of Job i Hay HayyJMlA lIa1d hayfd
yJMlA fd d to wrest rest In Lakovltw cemo cemoi eem eembound
i i Around tho th open grave at the thojiHH thent theent
jiHH 4nt nt stood toodwUbbowod With bowed heads headskmjjfi hendsJ bendsdent
J kmjjfi dent Clt nt and d the vice president of of1pfktt0i ofl1lt ofliktt0d
> + 1pfktt0i l1lt liktt0d d States tho members and andflfisRlbora andiiJI1bor andIfet
flfisRlbora Ifet Ibere 01 the present cabinet and andfef andw1 andwho
fef who w1 In former year nerved scrv d with withfilpftfl witht withsadccretafy
filpftfl t sadccretafy < 1f secretary in the official omolul1aw omolul1awaK tataIyresIdept fata fatalresldept
aK < lresldept McKinley MCl < lnlcy There were weretira wereII
tira II who would wo ldhlLvo have paid a tribute tributek tributehonor
honor k or and respect to Mr Hay H 1 but butiho butt
t iho th tbwlsh wish of his hl family that the thoill theat ho hoIt
ill should be conducted coqducl d for or John Johnlho Johnthomnn Johntho
lho thomnn man they the know mow and love lovoijvate lovehlte lovedlvte
jvate life 1tr jtnd not for the brUt brllft brilt
1 ft t 4 forceful premier whoso name naraotaorei namoorelS nameore2
taorei orelS wherever clean and sue sueaul 8UCUIatlto sucul
aul UIatlto ul atatwmanshlp mans111p Is esteemed esteemedf oslclmedxnw esteemedSslvn
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assemblage at his hl funeral and nnl1j4hs ant
14 j4hs his grave tt1 sve Wft was therefore small SIDlltJvlsJb10
9 vlsiblohoaors visible honors accorded him In InJOKN InJP Inv
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tk ypre here r In a ratio directly dlncLl invorie invorieK
u i K freely given lv n him In life and andtjrhAiW nluJno andfkpt1
tjrhAiW no greater tostlmony tosthuuu to mo moITtH tllOU woth
ITtH U th Mt 9t < tho maa could co tl have bn t been giv givi 11 11t givthan
i than t the thtQulot quiet inauner 111000r in which winchI whiche9untnanen whicheauntrymea
I eOUtttrymen who appreciated hisatett hh hhot hiIc
ot c atett rlud and achievements Ktou1 Ktou1t t stiwdqt
> qt t fkl Bin familys wish Iab to tokv bus 111 111ior heror
4 ior or Ihb future for the enduranetbi4 endurance endurancel
l CAJiMame tbi4 i tame The events of tho d dL8icnced Iht IhteDced dsended >
L8icnced ended with the arrival of Prom PreamRoosevelts PromRoosovcltfi J rllrIl rllrIlRoosovelts
Roosovcltfi train at 9 a m and and9i4d Ilhld andt
t 9i4d d with 1U t1 departure at 3 p m iuTOti md mrk6
TOti d lunenxl Itself was ns hold betwvun tJe betweuui cQn cQnl
1 and a tl U oclock oololktbu the Inturmont luring Uilngt
t noon noonr 1oonWhen noonWhon
r When at 9 oclock the Kpuolal train trainrrylng traini traindrrying
i drrying rrylng Pronldout Pro ldut iloouovolt UOOtl oJt and the thoL tbobUll thetnbtta
L tnbtta bUll of hU cabinet arrived arrh d nl tho thopdt thot thepdt
pdt t of tho Pennsylvania I > nuslaoh rallruud a nepUon aaptlan aeptlon
epUon comiulttoo compiled lOml > Ualed of olifcwfflbcra ofber oftnbera
ifcwfflbcra tnbera ber of the l1i chamber uf commerce commerceWai COUlU1roIn comnw rce rcekwM
kwM Wai In woUIuS and greeted the prosl proslvnt prslnt preldent
dent vnt nt The pmldout then walked quick quickflrom quickb
2 b > flrom rom time trail towards his h1 cWrlnJoc corringo corringoeJtumnled
i eJtumnled c i npanied l aQIld b bJ > Mr lr Swnxoy 8WI16 president presidentho r aldolt aldolttho
I The ho chamber r of commerce As 8 soon soonm IlQOUt
t m II they Cb y hud taken their seats thw thwMembers tbumbr thuwaembcra
Members mbr of tho cabinet and the rocvp
Mion lOn I n commlttvo entorod the carriage carriagesbeithtt carriageajiad oarrlaaMh
ajiad heudfd h idlII by b the lb riding rhUn niombora uf ufIjKp ufp ofre
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thu hii caajubn t of coworce coi n + reu 8 burins J1U dl d dut dlst dlsttsut u utnt
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William Loeb Jr Jri and Dr Rixey Bur anrgcon Burgeon eargeon
geon general United States navy nuvyAn nLVYAn navyAn
An enormous enormous crowd had gathered gatheredIn
In front tro 1totthe of tb9 chamber of commerce commerceto
to aw the coming of the president presidentand presidentand presidentand
and th the departure of the funeral and anda
a strong detail of police was necessary necessaryto
to keep them in line Side by side sidewith sidewith sidewith
with Mr Swazy and closely followed followedby rolJowedbr followedbr
br Vice President Fairbanks who in incompany Incompany lacompany
company with Governor ex Herrlck Herrlckmet Herrickmet Herrlckmet
met the president at the depot dep t and andtha andth3 andthe
the members of the cabinet and re reception receptlo roceptlon ¬
ception committee commlttoetheprealdent the president pass passnl passriJ passrd
nl slowly along the hall toward tho thor
r of the tt auditorium audf rlum in which the theI theJ
0 I J y lay layho layhe layhe
he Iftp t vo 0 sentries on guard at the thedoor thotoor thePour
door je11 JfoIlJ l3apk > acJk 1 < with with It preseqteJarinB preseqteJarinBand pre presemlte ql iArme iArmenail RmS RmSnnd
and Riving them t them em a quick nervous norV us ua ualute saJute say sayute <
lute l ute the president entered and stood stoodby stoodby toodb
by b the casket cn ket Tho members memb rs of the thepresidential theprafdenUnt thepr
pr presidential sidential party followed and when oil oilhad 011had allhad
had entered the doors wore swung swungund swungnnd swungand
und the sentries IIcntrlcsresumed resumed their guard guardonce guardonce guardonce
once more moreIt
It was the expressed wish of Mrs MrsHay MrsHay MrsNay
Hay that President Roosvelt should be beallowod beiUowrid I IUowud
allowod to see S tho face of the dead deadsecretary dcnllcrelary deadsecretary
secretary again If ho desired to do BO BOWhen 10When soWhen
When thematter the maU matter r was mentioned to totbo totbo tohe
tbo t he president be declined to disturb tho thoexisting thoexisting riteexisting
existing arrangements in the slightest allghtelitand slightestandtbo sJlghtektandlho
andtbo and the casket was not opened opeJ1f d There Therowas Tlll Therewas ro rown
was wn a brief brl r pause during which the thepresident thoprosldent thepresident
president and members of the cabinet cabinetstepped ealJinolttppcd cabinetstepped
stepped formard to pay their respects respuctato re puc11l puc11lto
to Mrs Hay as she entered the audi auditorium ut1dltorlum wndhtorlunt ¬
torium from the ante room and hon thunall thenall honaU
all was ready for tho departure from fromtho tromtho fromthe
tho hallThe hall hallThe hallThe
The members Jl < inb rs of the cabinet caUl not formed formedin
in i n two linos outnldo of tho dour and andthe nndthe andthe
the casket was borne between them themand th thenand U1 U1nnd
and placed In the heartH The car carriages carrlngos carringos ¬
riages of the pallbearers thon formed formeda
a line In advance of tho hearse and andthose audthOBO andthose
those of the thefamIlX family of Provident Pro ldfnt Roose Roosevelt Ruoavolt Ruosevolt ¬
volt and of the coiuinitUp followed onwsburp on ong onl
g A ffwsbarp wsburp l lJbnrt words of command commandscurrlng commandscurrlng commandmlcurring
scurrlng and tramping of hoofs and the thecavalry tbrcllvnlry thtcavalry
cavalry wheeled into column and andpassed lIul1passed andpassed
passed to tho front of the cortege cortegeThere cOltCgerhere cortegeThere
There was W S no delay and the cavalry cavalrymovod Cl cavalrymoved valry valrymovod
movod at a quick trot passed straight straightsouth straightRouth straightsouth
south to Euclid nvonuo and then due dueeast 11ueCRst dueoust
east to the century 5 miles nwa nwaYouthful n nwal nwalYouthful was wasYouthful
Youthful Couple Married MarriedMacon MarriedMacon MarriedMacon
Macon Cla July C GAl1 All Macous Macousmarriage Macausmlrrll1gu Maconsmarriage
marriage recordn for young people peoplohave peoplehave Iwoplohave
have been bocnbrokenlu broken iu tho union of Chas CnaaKlnnrd VnasKinard ChasKinard
Kinard aged ag d 17 hnd Ruby Dennis Dennisaged DennlaagcIl Dennisaged
aged 14 Their friends hero thought thoughtthuttu thoughtthesu thoughtthese
these two young people could be bethinking bethtuldng bethinlcing
thinking of no such steps as were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken despite the refusal of an offi official omclal ofliclal ¬
clal to p 1 pt < rform the ceremony ceromon and now nowthey nowlhc nowthey
they lhc are man and wife Justice C CC CC CC
C Drown was approached last Sun Sunday Sunun Sunnay
day un and refused to grant the requests requestsof
of the young Onnl people telling thorn that thatmarrlago thatl1urrlnI thatmarring
marring was for grown people und not notfor notfor notfor
for children They Th have since been beengratltUtl htentrallnlll beengratltled
gratltUtl by Justice Dan Adams of otli ofust oflast
last li ust t Macon and they are living bappU bappUly happily
I ly as n Mr tr and Mrs C Klnard KlnardArkansas lln KinardArkansas rd rdArkan
Arkansas Arkan Senator Not Guilty GuiltyLittle Quilty1ltlt Guiltyllttie
Little Hook July 6A C A verdict ol olnot otnot ofnot
not g utility 1111t IIty wits 18 returned flat urnect by the Jury Juryin Juryin juryIn
in th Iht trial or Senator A W Cov CovItiKtou COvInttton CarIngton
ItiKtou on a 1 charge of accepting a afcrlbi abrlbl aartbv
fcrlbi of 0000 on the bill appropriate appropriating appropriatetag ¬
ing soo S + to CK girt rt for the completion compl t1o o of the thenow thenv then
now n KtHte III Kt capltol The Jury had been beenout blcnout beenout
out slnro nrl Saturday SRhlrdu night at 11 oclock oclockAfter oclockAltlr oclockAfter
After tht virdltt Irdl t was U announced the theprosecution tbepros theprosecution
pros prosecution clt11n t entered < ntfr d a nolle prossequJ prossequJIn
In the ruintUninK charge against ILnlt sea Senator SttDator seaator ¬
ator CovltiRton Cmln tol of acoopUng A bribeof bribe bribeoT brlbQot
oT 100 and A gold old watch for his vot voton vote voteon ole oleall
on the district court urt bill billMan bntMan billMan
Man Drops Dead DeadDrlston De DeDtilton DeadDrtston
Drlston Twin July J sly 6n01l1U 6 ThoamsQun ThoamsQuntur Gun Qunttf Guntti
tur aged N1 S6 3 eldest IOn on of ijohn ohu H IiGunner HCrtintjCr MOunor
Gunner Ounor a IWstol merchant dropped droppeddnad drop droppeddead l ldl1ad <
dead on the street tlttt hero He bad Jn jest juatrr jestarrived t tarrived
arrived rr b here re from West Virginia to tosee toIfIt tosee
see his hi sick Iak mother but did ld not live liveto Unto liveto
to reach the thatamn family home There Tbe Is IsBiiplelon IIA Isa
A Biiplelon that an enemy of Gunter Qunterplaced Guut Gunterplaced r rplaC
placed plaC poison O In some beer x + r he drank drmakand drankand drankand
and the lb matter will au be b Investigated InvestigatedPreildcnt InYfstiJatedPrnldent InvestigatedPresident
President Slants Arrested ArrestedNew ArNltfdN ArrestedNex
New N York wk July C 4 U I Sho Shouts t of ofCBI 01Oa ofObleas
Obleas Oa CBI HKO president kflldittt o of cbe I 1k1ML u > uj a em emtval ga eaail
ail a eonwu ewawuelea kas a > a u IW b MI a nrrMttnl st stStfoN atS1arrtfurd t tdlawfortf
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BY Russl RUSSIAN HpiJ ° A 4r 4rBY t WS WSMutiI17 s st
Mutiny Mut y gt At t Odessa BastUt R Res J att t of off oftho ofthe
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tho Rotten Syaterfi SyaterfiOFFICErtS SyeteihOFFICERS
SyaterfiJ J l lOFFICEftS
The Bureaucratic Rogi Regime mo la Ala Ms OnlyReaping Only OnlyReaping nIY nIYR
Reaping R pln What It Has Ha Sown spwnDe1 spwnDe1clare wn DeGlares De Declares
I Ialaed
clare On One Writer Wrlt rCens9ra Censorship rahJp lp Is laRalaed IsRaised
Raised and Paper p pera Print the th News JVcwSt NewsSt ewa ewaStpetersbllrg
St Stpetersbllrg Petersburg Julru6Ith Juljr JU1YG Wth thepublication the thepublication thepublication
publication in the be Official Messenger Messengerof
of the qfflclal account account of the thtttragedY thtttragedYat tragedy tragedyat
at Odessa the hand of tho censorship censorshipis
is raised and all the papers tire fe filled filledwith filledwith tilledwith
with columns from tho foreign papers papersLeaving papersLeaving
Leaving aside the machinations machIn 4 itloap of ofthe ortbo
the revolutionists the press with Vlth one onevoice oneolco
voice olco declares that the mutinies on onbqard onbqard
bqard ships of the Black Sea joet eet et were weretho weretho werethe
tho result of the rotten system in invogue fnvogue Invogue
vogue in Jnth the Russian navy I1UV the blue bluejackets bluejncl bluejackets
jackets jncl els being neglected and nll the oft oftcers amcers oftlcars
cers living ashore except duringthe duringthebrief d durlagthebrief rlug the thebrief
brief cruises Captain Clfldo in a along along along
long Interview ufflrm nttlrmfJ that the quO question quOtlon quoslion ¬
lion of food was a mere pretext pr text the thereal thereal thereal
real cause being deeper la the com complete comIllate comPluto ¬
Pluto lack of sympathy between the thomen tbomen themen
men and their ofllcera of c rtl most of whom whomno
no says art nr disgustingly Incbrnpetent indpmpetentOwing IncbrnpetentOwing inc m1 > etent etentOwing
Owing to to their thulrposltlons positions tInfluence tInfluenceat to influence influenceat
at St Petersburg they care car care nothing nothingfor
for good service or the well being and andcontentment anelcontentment andcontenttuent
contentment of the men Other wri writers wrltern rl rltlfS ¬
tern some of whom evidently have havebeen haveheen havebeen
been In the service but jho ho write writeunder writeunder writeunder
under assumed names in most savage savagefafeion SlLvagefall savagefaslon
fafeion fall lon declare that the bureaffbratlc bureaffbratlcrogimo btCafft1rnucroglme btl eal ratic raticregime
regime in tho navy Is onjy Ol oml f reaping reapingwhat rcallingwhat reapingwhat
what it has Sown and plalnfjKintlnmtd plalnfjKintlnmtdthat VllllJ plaint Intimate Intimatethn1 intimatethat
that that similar conditions exist In the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army armyIolr
Fear says the SIovo Is the sole solebasis 8o1ebRRls solebinds
basis of discipline in the army and andnavy nndnavy andnavy
navy and it will prove as poor an In Infitrument Instrument Imetrument
fitrument for keeping the rank and andfile Bndfile andfile
file loyal to tho throne as It has in the thesuppression thetmpprusslon timesuppression
suppression of discontent among the thepeople theIUXtJle thepeople
people The 1h government should learn learntho learntho learnthe
tho lessons that the soldlws and sail sailors sullor sailors
ors or aro beginning to awaken as the thepeople thoIIOOlllo thepooplo
people have already awakened awakonodSituation awakollodSituation awakenedSituation
Situation Regarding Armistice ArmisticeSt
St Petersburg Petcrab rl July G GtN1e tKie situatton situa situation sltuatlon ¬
tion regarding the armistice is as fol follows follows follows ¬
Russia has formally signified slgnl otl to toPresident toPrcsldent toPresident
President Roosevelt her desire for a alasting ahUIUng alasting
lasting pence not only by the appoint appointmont Ilppolntment appointmont
mont of plenipotentiaries who wilt wll be boaccompanied benccompaolell beaccompanied
accompanied by eminent experts fully fullyempowered rullyempowered fullyempowered
empowered to conclude a treaty sub subject BubJect subjest ¬
ject only but to the sattsfication 8Us cation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the respective governments and as a afinal anal afinal
final nal step has Indicated her readiness readinessto
to suspend hostilities She has avoid avoided avoided avoidod ¬
ed formally asking for an armistice armisticeas
as 8 a matter of pride prldoTHE prideTHE t tTHE
Cotsackft Fire Upon Workmen In St 8tPetersburg StPcteraburgOthlr StPetersburgOther
Petersburg PcteraburgOthlr Other Newt NewtSt NewaSt NewsSt
St Petersburg Pete burg July 6 6COSsacka 6COSsackaQrcd BCossackefired Cossacks Cossacksfired
fired on the Putlloff works strikers this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning The trouble was started Itart d by bythe bythe bythe
the arrest rr Bt of a youth who was U enter entering entt1Ing outerlug
ing the worka Tho policeman who whotook whotook whotook
took him Into custody suspected tho thoyoung thooung theyoung
young man having dynamite In his hlapossession hi hipossessIon hispossession
possession The tatter en n being made madea
a prisoner drow a revolver and killed killedthe killedthe killedthe
the pollwmsa ud d TO feu 1f alamlf wound wounded wOWtrJedbr wounded
ed edbr by a bullet Sped It cl b bl another police policeman poUceman policeman
man The ptrlker trUcen qulekly uJCkl KathtrM KathtrMaround catbetfttaround gatberMaround
around th thoPetertaot the Peterhot ro msd 4 and adCosaaeta UN UNCossacka ti tiCoasseks
Cossacka w WW we Of ordered ler ee to t dhptrtte dhptrttethem db dbth e ethem
them th m T1te Tlt aoldlen charged t tai Ingtheir taitheir tnltheir
their whip bl wad them Ui MttiL t red j a a rolley rolleycualng ToUercusluS Tolleycausing
causing several 1 1e eMU amoax O Z tae taestrikers Uleatrlkers tkestrikers
strikers The exclteatMt la the thedl thedltrlct dietrict die district ¬
trict U Intease InteaseOdeeta InteasMutln InteaseMutlneera
Mutln Mutlneera bem 0 d Mat MatOd a aty atyOdessa
Odessa Od I July C JTlkf 11 llikMlM battle battleship H tU tUship ttle ttlehlp
ship KnUU PoteMklM PaCe ma k t > R Artittatthere arrini arrinimodlcal int inthot
hot here and andmsked etI tor tintL ewmL trooa trooamNtloal ass assmedical
medical atteutio Ta n4 atttUaueni Mtisttiersmacded UaWIl UaWIlmated 4 4raacde4
mated raacde4 ttat t = tth the aMkr6tles t > ttHvHI paraatet paraatetUler g arartj arartjtbelr ra l lUelr
Uelr aafctjr ute > r dwrlrf d irltt tk the att ty tfttatata tfttatatahere of nitric Q ttkip ttkipkere kS kSere
here ere
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batt1 battleship shlpKnJ Knlasj z FoUJrafe PotemiUnegol Potctnklne me gold g to toward to toward toward
ward Batoutn Batoutnr BatoutnMOB BatoutnMOB 13atoninMO
Only One On Man Wanted W nted Wa Wu fdtinel e GW4 rif4and rif4andLyncheI and andLynchsiU andLynched
Lynched LynchsiURusseltvllle LyncheIRU8selh11Je LynchedRusselirille
Russeltvllle Ky July tity CrlA 6 + lA mob ofnearly ofnearly of ofnearly
nearly eight hundred men went to the thejail thoJail thejail
jail and demanded demand d the thek keys 1 Once OnceIn Oncein One Onein
in they Were wer Abta bie toftnct to find only one oneof oneot oneof
of the tbeprlaonerl prisoners chargedwith chargod hlrg 4 wjth 1th criminal criminalassault crl criminalassault i al alaJsallll
assault upon Upo the Gorman G a1 f i1d > W IrlMary IrlMaryGladder Mary MaryGladder lJ1 lJ1Gladder
Gladder The Tb Bother tbor three h4 crawled crawledup Brawledup led ledup
up tfaeIron railing and fnad 4 hid sf inilaeblg Inthebgwater inilaeblgwater the lg lgwater
water tank neat D a the ceiling cellingWhen ceIUnJWhen ceilingWhen
When the crowd crowrJlot got well Inside Jpslde1ohnSacra insideJohn InsideJohn
John 1ohnSacra Sacra the pat pia a whos4 w whos1 os tHalhaa tHalhaabeen QJal lalhas lalhasbeen hns hnsbeen
been in progress J shoe hi i Monday rouaydrop drop droppped dropped ¬
t tped
ped to the llooritnd Hoor und ruahed outt outof outotdoor f fdoor J JdoorSevpral
door doorSevpral Sev Several rat putsued him b91a him and d Jircdat Bred Bredat fired firedat
at him but he made mILdctl1ta ills escape eSca escae e run ruaning runnlDg runeniog
ning towards the public square andwould and andwould andwould
would have bav gotten away aWtlyhaJi bad ho not notmet notm notmet
met m l the sheriff and anrfbl8 an his deputies who whowore whowere whowere
were on their way wayto to take them to tothe tothe
the 920 9 20 train for 1 fowling QW owitng lng Greeu Greenland Greenlandthey Gre ut and andthey
they ordered him to stop 6 OP1 He aeru rushed rushedon hed hedon
on and they shot at him four our or orllve orllveUrnes five livetimes fivetimes
times wounding him twice One shot shotentered sbotent shotentered
entered ent red Jjehlnd behind the ear r coming out of ofthe ctthe ofthe
the cheek cbe k and the other went ent thrpugb thrpugbthe t1rpugbthe thrpugbthe
the leg near the thigh Neither wound woundis wQundIs
is thought to be b fatal fatalThe tatalThe fatalThe
The shooting near nellrthc the square fright frightened frlghtcued frightcued ¬
cued the mob In the jail and they bur burriod burrlod hurnod
nod off with only one of the men Jim JimLyon JimLon JimLyon
Lyon leaving Polk PolkFJetcher Fletcher and Guy GuyLyon GuyLon GuyLyon
Lyon in the jail Thesetwo These two together togetherwith togetherwltb togetherwith
with the wounded man were taken takenaway tak takenaway n naway
away shortly afterwards atterwart4 to the train trainto traInto trainto
to Bowling Green It is supposed supposedthat aupiiosedthat upp scd scdthat
that Jim Lyon who was taken away awayby awnyby awayby
by the mob was hanged In the out outskirts outskirts outskirts ¬
skirts of the town and that his body bodywill bodywill bodywill
will be found in the themorntng themorntngAIRSHIPS morning morningAIRSHIPS morningAIRSHIPS
Inventor la I Able to Control and Steer SteerHla SteerHis SteerHis
His Machine MachineNow MachrneNew MachineNow
Now York July C GLco Leo Stevens at ata ata ata
a nearby pleasure resort sailed J H HBaldwins HBaldwlns HIlaldwlns
Baldwins Ilaldwlns airship the California a Ar Arrow Arrow Arrow ¬
row 200 feet into the air and after aftera
a trip skirting the ocean front for forsome forsome forsome
some distance dl 1ancd returned in safety to tothe tothe tothe
the place of startingVhile starting startingWhile stnrUngWhile
While the airship was a hundred hundredfeet hnndredrtct hundredfeet
feet above the ground the long drag dragline draglIue dragline
line which was trailing caught In theelectric the theelectric theelectric
electric wires Stevens sent the air airship air airship airrship ¬
ship ahead at lull speed the wire wirogave wlrogave wiregave
gave way and reltmsed rel asod the drag rag Hue Huepermitting lIuepermitting linepermitting
permitting the airship to continue ita 1tstrip itatrip 113trip
trip Stevens declared that he could couldeasily coullcully couldeasily
easily navigate the California Arrow Arrowaround Arrowaround Arrowaround
around the borough of Brooklyn af after after aftar ¬
ter which he b declares he will attempt attemptwithin nltemptwithin attemptwithin
within the next few days He said saidThe BahlThe saidThe
The machine was In my In1conlrol control of ofter ntter atter
ter It left Aerodrome until I returned returnedand returnedaud returnedand
and I had no difficulty in i l describing describingcurves dellcrlblngcurvos describingcurves
curves descending or ascending while whilein whlloIn whileIn
In a Collision Between L A N and B BA BO BA
A 0 TrainsLexington Trains TrainsLoxlngton TrainsLoxlngtoD
Lexington Ky July 6 Grn In + a collie collision coUtoalon colliealon ¬
alon at Valley 4 miles from Lexington Lexingtonbetween Lexingtonbetw Lexingtonbetween
between betw a westbound Chesapeake and andOhio andOhIo andOhio
Ohio and nn eAStbound Loulsivllle and andNtrehvllle andNlttthU1l andNashville
Ntrehvllle passenger train twentytwo tvfentytwopersons twentytwopersons ticntrtwopersona
persons were injured injuredC
C A Frank of New York bad sev several several several
eral ribs broken and Mrs a B M meek Taeekof fC fk fkof
of Louisville had her spine seriously seriouslyinjured aerlould1Injured seriouslyinjured
injured Tho Injuries of o the other otherpassengers otherPU8l1gU1I otherpassengers
passengers consist of cuts and bruises bruisesThe bruisesTho bruisesThe
The Louisville and Nfcshvllle was to totake totake totake
take the siding at the station and andthe andthe andthe
the Chesapeake Chesapeakewd and Ohio was due ue to topans topawl topass
pans without a atop The Louisville Louisvilleand Lonl Louisvillesad vll1e vll1eDc
and Dc Nashville ashUl reached reeh the switch the theChesapeake tbeOleaapeake theChesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio came around the theCurve tbeU thecurve
Curve U and with brakes brak a set crashed crashedlato crahedlato crashedlato
lato the LoalirlUo and Nashville NuhvilleThe NuhvUleTko NashvilleThe
The engines and tenders were de derailed deralted derailed ¬
railed ted ad badly damaged dam d None one of ofttte ofUte ofthe
ttte oehea tl left the tracks but the thejditfarmti th th1Uarml thephttfotmme
jditfarmti were smashed The Injured Injuredwere Injuredtf
were we tf fcroutU hero on A special train trainl traInAI trainAti
AI Ati l + fWi i Ntfrt Assailant Shot Shot8va ShotLal1 ShotaTUtustt
8va aTUtustt ciftBt Lal1 G Oa J Jb ly 6 GClcero Cicero An An4rws Ana
4rws RKr a aeg IV of arDotCortowD Doctortown wat
ta btikt krao 0 8faaalt badly hounded womsdedPtfcmf houndedla KotmdedMi
Mi Ptfcmf 1m 1 Satt iIL H VM accost accostt4
t4 PM Q 7 a dectet < < ectf Ud a sheriff1 sheriff1Ht aaulfrl skeritCsese
ese 1teteI l azi i xitL Jth IU asasa
asa > t KM MMrt eece arnlc s yeug yeugL YO YOt
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Price of Fleecy Staple Reaches ReachesHigh Reacha3High ReachesSigh
The Bulls Have Complete omplete Control ol oltho oftho I Itho
tho Mat M ftThOY They Sold Thousand Thousandof °
of Salon BaJolon on
Change Forcing Pr
cj cjDown C3Down J JDown
Down a Few Points PointsNew PointsNew PointsNew
New York July 6 6QoUon Cotton p preached preached preached
reached another new high ltv ltvwith t twith J Jwith
with trading almogt as activ activexcited ncuiexeltd acuvexcited
excited as during the advauc advanrcent j jcent Jcent
cent a pound on Monday Tin TinIng TLSing i iIng
Ing was 13 to 28 points higherlowing higher hlgfurlowing hlgtlllowIng
lowing sensationally sensaUounllfirm firm cables > s TL TLwas T 1t 1twas L Lwn
was wn heavy realizing and prices lUlCtsoft s soft i ioff
oft early reaching 1058 for Or Orand i iand tand
and 1070 for January JnUlllU but th r a asoon t tsoon
soon oon another sharp advance on + ro i inewal 1newnl
newal of bull support and heat luuIng IItaIng heatlag
Ing orders through wire and nut co coslon coslon cusloe
slon houses The weekly week I bureau r rWas rtivas
Was vns considered bullish following follow folluwhulow IlI IlIJow
low Condition of figures gurls rei rtporTl rtporTlMonday nlurt nlurtMondny + arV1 arV1Monday
Monday and after its piu piuw IHI IHIw inmwere
were w re about 20 points net I hg hgIronnd R Raround garound
around 1081 for October or 1 t7 i i iJanuary IJanuary tJanuary
January contracts contractsNew contrnctsNew contractsNew
New Orleans Market MarketNew MarketNew MarketNew
New Orleans July Jul G GAu An ar arwide acwJde arwide
wide open range of some 40 pull
52 2 per bale was the e history blstur blsturerrntlq > o oerratic of oferratic
erratic erratic cotton market today todu a T Tture TJ TJtur Tture
ture tur positions opened 18 1 poln polner polner painor
er than Saturdays closing cJosln i < t tcllned I Icllnedito rdined
dined cllnedito to a few ew points lower tan tiaraopening UJnopenIng i iopening
opening Then when the wC wtf wtfthing Wha iS iSsea > I Il
l sea r hort t t J Junde n It a hlf hlfas It ar aras
as WTghq li1g1i 18 IO wten n rrulr1 rrulr1thing rt iaarha iaarhathing
thing happened The bull londi1 londi1spot JCnllrSIot leadcrspot +
spot cotton on the market In lubale Inbate inbale
bale bundles an4 cauacdnn caused nn a aimmediate L LImm c cImmediate
immediate Imm dllte decline of lu I ° 1lolnt 1lolntthe polns poin + s sthe u uthe
the active months lUoJi bB remained u unoon 1 tnoon o onoon <
noon call 1I
Liverpool Market MarketLiverpool MarketUcrpool MarketLiverpool
Liverpool July Jul C GThl The e rufL t r f fot rhot r rkot
hot ot opened active and excited nn u uadvance v vadvance 1 1advance
advance of 10 to 13 points wj wjly way I m mly J JI
ly I recorded Heavy Hea selling sellingwere r rwere J Jwere
were executed at the high pont a aat aat aat
at noon values only showed a ato c >
4 to 0 During the afternoon afternoonmarket arttrnOOtJmarkct afterauormarket
market was feverish American Americaning AII1 ricIH ricIHfng k klag
lag orders and the disappointing tJ tJlug < i tlug iing
lug in New York caused a sharp shnr l tarIn br I IIn 1 1In
In prlc prices 3 and the close was Iii ftv ftvat ftvat t tat
at a net lollS of fj to 7 points pointsShut polnlsShut pointsShut
Shut Up Gambling Houses HousesTerro HousesTerro HousesTerre
Terro Haute H ute Ind July CPir CPirfirst 6 Fir r rtlrtt < 1 1flrd
first time In many man yours Oar8 Terre Ha r rgambling i igambling < < iGambling
gambling rooms were stripped of ofparaphernalia of ofparaphernalia n nparaphernalln
paraphernalia upon which thina thinauf thIHLuf tho ° r a aof >
uf dollars have boon won on anJ anJwhich an j jwblch l lwhich
which has resulted in suicldt rders t tdors r rders
ders thievery defaloationsvgecking defalcations v vwrecking I IVitecklng
wrecking and home wrecking Tf TIt TItdcr t tdor tder
dor of the board of public saf saflowed sarlowed saftlowed
lowed the public demands for rortenulnatlon s stermination ntermination
termination of gambling after nttlrelaUons afterelattons v velatJons > <
elatJons In the shortage of ofConzman orConzman t tConaman
Conzman cashier of tho Vigo YI tNaUonal t tNational tNUonal
National bank which closed closedlast l mlast J Jlast
last Wednesday WednesdayFind WednesdayFind Wed eldaY eldaYFind
Find tody Month After AfterCheboygan AfterCheboygan AfterCheboygan
Cheboygan Mich July Jut 6 6T 6Tof 6Tof TV TVof
of Albert Fleury who was erasFebruary I IFebruary h hFebruary > >
February while cruising crua lnr the Era EraMackinac etraMackinac ra raackJDlc
Mackinac on the Ice I afte cx cxr cxrOTer c t tover s sover
over for medical aid for his skiwas ski skkwas SIt SItwas
was found floating in the > s sSwifts a sSwifts aswln
Swifts mill In this city Sun SUIIJ Sunboys j v vboys
The DC r Abadly a abadly 4badll
boys who were ere fishing
badly decomposed de mpo t but > ut Idontiwas IdZ1twa Idonti IdentiaRas
H Ha 11 11a aa °
was wa possible by his clothes
a a Maccabee and carried carrl d 11000 it lOOt 000
which hleh the widow 110 WM u ura utaget uralot uraget
get until his body wa was I recoter recoterCarto reco cecorerCargo rl rlCfIO
Cargo wf Valuable Vali kl Furs Fursean FurlSIn Fun8nn
SIn Francisco July 6 GThe The U J s
steamship companl ft fff r 1
U hu tae arritsd ln Frew > lll 10 t ° rr f rsluel
and outer Buasian got t 9 IIUao
Uao of valuable tar furs The k a 17 + 7 0
ht OCCUJI occuD1ea oiI u ya ua T
1a 1 rained at t aww J 1 tka ga trkta i
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