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TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMKKK 1 , 1901.
.Assassin of President Dies in
ALL HIS BELONGINGS BURNED.
Cody Will Be Secretly Interred In the
Prison Grounds , Relatives of the
Prisoner Having Formally Relin
quished All Claims to It.
Auburn , N. Y. , Oct. 29. Loon F.
Czolgosz , the murderer of President
MoKlnley , win electrocuted lit 7:13 :
o'clock ttus morning , 'i'tio plan ot
burning his clothing and papers wns
carried out Immediately after the exe
cution. The state Is not to surrender
Ills body and by sundown It will have
been secretly Interred In ground con
trolled by the olllclals of Auburn
Waldeck Czolgosz , brother of the
murderer , foreseeing endless dllllcul-
tics and possibly angry demonstra
tions as the result of an attempt to
* " CZOI.009Z IN TIIE DEATH CHAIR.
give the body ordinary burial , heeded
the advice of Superintendent of State
Prisons Collins and Warden Meade
and formally relinquished all claims to
It. He merely stipulated that at the
close of the autopsy all the parts of
the body should bo burled. All chance
of an unhappy and unfortunate sequel
to the execution , either in displays of
popular contempt or the exhibition of
ghastly relics Is therefore prevented.
Last Two Interviews.
Czolgosz held his last two Inter
views last night , the first with Super
intendent Collins and the last with his
brother and brother-in-law. Both In
terviews were brief and the Inter
viewers did most of the talking until
the question of religion was men
tioned , when Czolgosz broke from his
seeming lethargy and violently de
nounced the church and the clergy and
made his relatives promise that there
should be no service for him , living or
Prior to the late evening Interviews
Czolgosz reluctantly received Fathers
Fudzlnskl and Hickey. When they
reached the prison Superintendent
Collins conveyed the request for an In
terview to the prisoner.
Czolgosz sent back word that ho
did not care to sec them , but the
priests asked to see him despite his re
fusal. Superintendent Collins con-
'Bented ' and personally escorted them to
the cell. The priests remained with
Czolgosz for three-quarters of an hour
end earnestly pleaded with the pris
oner to repent and pray for divine for-
glvenness. He rejected all their ad
vances , however , and they regretfully
withdrew. It was 7 o'clock when Su
perintendent Collins went into the
death house and tried to get the pris
oner to talk to him. Ho was appar
ently not successful In getting any
thing material from him. When the
brother and brother-in-law arrived
Superintendent Collins took them
down to the condemned man's cell.
The brother ventured the remark :
"I wish you would tell us , Leon , who
got you Into this scrape. " The assas-
Bin answered , in a slow , hesitating
manner , "No ono. Nobody had any
thing to do with it but me. "
"That Is not how you wore brought
up , " said the brother , "and you ought
to tell us everything now. "
"I haven't got anything to tell , " he
answered , In a surly manner.
"Do you want to - 30 the priei'ts
.again ? " asked his brother , and ho/an-
Bwered with more vehemence thai ho
had previously shown , "No , 'd n
them ; don't send them hero again.
I don't want them. "
The brother-in-law Interjected hero :
"That's right , Leon. "
The brother looked rather disturbed
by the answer. Then stepping up
close to the bars , the condemned man
cald : "And don't you have any pray
ing over mo when I'm dead. I don't
vrant It. I don't want any of their d d
There was a painful pause of a few
minutes and then the relatives re
sumed casual conversation with him ,
to which ho replied In monosyllables
until the brother-in-law suggested ,
much to Superintendent Collins' sur
prise , that ho and the brother be per
mitted to witness the execution. Be-
fcro the superintendent could reply
Leon said : "Yes , Mr. Superintendent ,
let them see ino killed. "
Superintendent Collins told the trio
In emphatic terms that no such thing
could bo allowed and ordered thorn to
MILES REPORTS ON ARMY.
Criticises the Centralization of Con'.rol
In Washington Authorities.
Washington , Oct. 21) ) . Lieutenant
General Miles In his annual report
given the total strength of the army at
the present time as 81,513 , of which
number K.1,87 ! tire In the United
States , -13,2:19 : In the Philippine. 4.9H
In Cuba ; the remainder , In small de
tachments , being In Porto Rico , Ha
waii , China and Alaska.
General Miles doon not approve of
the present organization of the artil
lery corps and says that It establishes
another bureau In Washington. Ho be
lieves In the former regimental organ
ization. Speaking of the army can
teen , which was abolished by the army
reorganization law , he says that no
Injury has resulted and In the main the
law has been bonellclal.
General Miles states his objections
to the management of military affairs
In the war department In the following
language : "Whllo congress lias nuulo
ample provision for the management
of military affairs In the organization
of the army , yet the tendency 1ms been
to absorb and usurp the entire conduct
of the military by the authorities In
Washington , and especially In the de
partments. This has boon found most
Injurious In other armies and Is ono
of the principal defects in our own
system. The evil has been Increasing
during the activities of the wars of
the last three years to an extent that
In my judgment requires serious con
sideration and I recommend that de
centralization be effected ns far as pon-
slhlo and that all proper and lawful
authority bo restored to subordinate
commanders , who are provided with
an ofllelent organization and who can
be safely entrusted with responsibility
for the efficient and faithful admin
istration of military affairs commen
surate with their Important com
STEAMERS FROM NOME.
Drlng Gold and Passengers and Leave
Many Destitute Behind.
Port Townsend , Wash. , Oct. 29.
Two steamers have arrived from
Nome , bringing over 1,200 passengers ,
flnnntnr l rlm ltifr fl'lt * find nnt'Mmif * 7OO
Senator sailed from Nome Oct. 19
with $500,000 In gold. For several
days before sailing snow was falling ,
Ice had formed and preparations were
being made for n long , cold winter.
Queen , Valencia and Roanoke will bo
the last steamers from Nome. They
will bring about 2,000 people and there
are many more who would return If
transportation could be secured , be
sides a large niunbeV of destitute who
will be compelled to remain at Non
and face an Arctic winter , depending
EXPELLED PRIEST IS DEFIANT.
Father Crowley Reiterates Charges
and Refuses to Retract.
Chicago , Oct. 29. Rev. Jeremiah J.
Crowley , the Catholic priest two days' '
slnco excommunicated for his charges' '
against Auxiliary Bishop Muldoon of
the Chicago diocese , has given out a
copy of n long letter addressed by him
to Cardinal Martlnelll. He reiterates
his charges and refuses to retract
them. He also claims that notice of
the sentence of excommunication has
not been properly served upon him
and asserts that he has been made to
suffer for telling of what ho declares
are the misdeeds of others.
SHEPHARD'S MOTHER ON STAND.
Testifies in Ward Trial S/ie Recog
nized Murdered Boy's Q'lothing.
Deadwood , F. D. , Oct. 29 The state
will close Its case tonight in the Ward
murder trial. The mothe. of Lee Shop-
hard , the missing boy/ has testified
that the teeth found \A \ the skull are
those of her son andAhat the under
clothes found on iky dead body are
the same that she/mended. Expert
medical testimony favorable to the
theory of two bull'/ holes through the
One Year ' , ; Hanson's Term.
Rockwell Clt ' la. , Oct. 29. Ed Han
son , the young man who robbed a
safe In Wlllltun Hughes' meat market
at Lake City some time ago and who
later broke jail by tearing a hole
through the brick walls and was cap
tured at Fort Dodge , was sentenced
by Judge Church to ono year In the
penitentiary at Anamosa.
Whitman Placed on Probation.
Boston , Oct. 29. Alonzo J. Whitman -
man , an ox-state senator of Minnesota
seta , who pleaded guilty a few days
ago to ono count of larceny , was placed
on probation in the superior court
yesterday. It Is understood that restl- .
tutlon has been made to the persons
from whom the defendant obtained
Child Perishes in Fire.
Perry , la. , Oct. 29. A barn belong
ing to J. S. Lenocker , near this city ,
was burned to the ground and a 5-year-
old son of Mr. Lenocker perished In
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
The first appreciable snow of tbo
season fell at Minneapolis Monday.
A policeman at Macon , Mo. , was
convicted of manslaughter for killing
a man who resisted arrest.
Baron Walburg has been arrested
at Budapest on a charge of attempting
to practice extortion upon Emperor
The Peruvian government has con
voked an extraordinary session of con
gress for Oct. 30 , to discuss the budget
and other projects.
The transport Meade arrived at San
Francisco Monday from Manila and
Nagasaki with 1,098 soldiers , Includ
ing nlno companies of coast artillery.
Scranton has reached an unique po
sition In the way of street ratjway
strikes. Seventeen of the nonunion
men quit Monday. There Is only 2S
of the imported men left at work.
Cross-Examination of the Rear
Admiral is Begun.
CONCLUDES HIS DIRECT STORY.
Judge Advocate Seeks to Bring Out
Reasons for Delays and Slow Prog
ress of Flying Squadron to Clen-
fuegos Brooklyn's Record of Hits ,
Washington , Oct. 29. The cronn ox-
nmlnatlon of Admiral Schley began
yesterday before the court of Inquiry
and hardly more than a third of tliu
ground was covered when the court ad
journed at o'clock. After Admiral
Schloy concludes today , two ether wit
nesses will be called In his behalf ,
Admiral Barker and Captain Thomas
Ilordon. The latter wan an officer ot
the marine corps aboard the Brooklyn.
The Judge advocate then will call his
witnesses In rebuttal , of whom there
are understood to lie more than 15 , and
It In probable that Admiral Schlcy'x
counsel will call witnesses In HUT re
The crowd present yesterday , whllo
hardly BO largo a on Friday last ,
r.EAn Au.MiitAi. Kciu.rv niiNu cnoss KI-
when Admiral Sehley told the story
of the battle of Santiago , showed unabated - j
abated Interest In the proceedings , i
Nothing sensational developed and the i
only outljurst In the court occurred
when Mr. Knyner , Admiral Sehloy's
counsel , objected to a line of Inquiry
of the judge advocate designed to crit
icise Admiral Schloy's alleged failure
to formulate a plan of battle with the
declaration that ns Admiral Sampson
was In command his junior had no
right to plan an order of battle.
Falls to Daunt Admiral.
Admiral Schlcy concluded his direct
examination , which continued only
about ten minutes after the court con
vened yesterday morning , with a state
ment of the effect of the lire of the
respective fleets at Santiago , showing
that 3C per cent of the hits suffered
by the enemy were scored by the
Brooklyn's 5-lnch guns , while his ship
received 70 per cent of the hits from
the Spanish ships. Captain l emly's
cross-examination was very searching.
Admiral Schley , however , appeared to
be unruffled throughout the examina
tion , frankly admitting on several oc
casions that ho could not romcmbcr
little details after the lapse of throe
years. One line of Inquiry which the
Judge advocate tried to press to show
that Admiral Schley did not proceed
"with dispatch" from Key West to
Cionfuegos , by attempting to contrast
the speed made between Charleston
and Key West with the time between
Key West and Cienfuegos , was cur
tailed by a decision of the court , which
confined the questions to the time sub
sequent to May 19 , the day on which
the flying squadron left Key West.
The judge advocate , In his cross-exam
ination , dwelt upon the interview be
tween Admiral Sampson and Com
modore Schley at Key West before the
departure of the flying squadron , at
which the latter testified that Admiral
Sampson instructed him not to expose
his ships to shore butteries until the
Spanish fleet had been destroyed , on
the fact that Admiral Schley issued no
written order of battle , on the ques
tion of coaling off ClenfueRos and the
stops Schley took there to ascertain
the presence of the Spanish fleet. Ho
was cross-examining the witness on
matters connected with the cruise of
the squadron from Cienfuegos to San
tiago when the court adjourned. The
retrograde movement , the flrlp " n
the Colon and the battle of S. . , o ,
which constitute the main parts of the
precept , were not touched upon.
FOR M'KINLEY MONUMENT.
Nebraskans Form Auxiliary to Na.
tlonal Memorial Association.
Omaha , Oct. 29. A Nebraska aux-
lliary of the National McKlnley Memo
rial association was organized yester
day at tbo Mlllard hotel. General
Manderson was made president , John
A. Crelghton vlco president and Ed
ward Rosewater secretary and treas
urer. J. Sterling Morton of Nebraska
City , Lorenzo Crounso of Calhoun , L.
D. Richards of Fremont , E. J. Halner
of North Platte , A. L. Clark of Hast
Ings and Silas A. Holcomb of Broken
Bow were made district vice presi
dents. The meeting was attended by
a laree number of prominent men from
over the state.
Supposed Dead Woman Revives.
New Albany , Ind. , Oct. 29. While an
undertaker was preparing to lift upon
a cooling board the supposed dead
body of Mrs. Julia Bullock of this
city , Mrs. Bullock revived. She had
been pronounced dead by a physician
and had rain for scrcral hours with no
apparent signs of life. She la etlll
YOUNO rnN : TAKE UP OCARCII.
Glx Bulgarians Start Out to Locate '
the Kidnaped Missionary.
Sulla , MuUitrla ; , Oct. ll ! . Six young
nul iirliuiH have bunded thouwolvoH to
search for MHH ! Htoiio. the AmiM'lcait
mlHHlonary , and IIIT companion , Mine.
THllUii , and with the consent of the
HulKiirlim authorltlim have left Hiuiui-
liov for Mi'homlu with this object In
view. The absence of IIOWH about MHH !
Ktoii ( > has ted to u rovlval of thn report -
port that Him him r.lrcudy hnon Killed
and that the brlgandx huvo dlnporm'd.
Constantinople. Oct. 1 ! ! ) . Thono who
have been In hourly expectation of fa-
voniblo newH regarding Minn Hlonn
have again hnou dhmppolntnd. Noth
ing diiflnlto has yet boon reached In
the doallngH with the mltwlomiry'ti ab
ductors. A point much dlticuHHcd
among tlmtut hero Interested In the
CIIHO IK what shall ho done If the bri
gands Insist on holug paid the $110,000
which they at llrst demanded. Scarce
ly half that sum Is available thuii far
and It Is believed ( hat should an agree
ment on reduced tortun bo ImpoHHlhlo
the offer of a Urns mini than VI 10.000
will ho withdrawn oven at thn oont of.
the life of Mlmi Stone.
Washington Officials More Sanguine.
Washington. Oct. 1S ! ) . The state depart -
part mont oIllclalH lire more mituuliio
than they have boon of Into as to the
aiiccoHHful outcome of the offortii now
holug put forth In behalf of Miss Stone.
Ko Inr , It Is true , they have not nuc-
reeded In establishing communica
tion with the UlduaporH , but the re-
pertH they have rocolvod from Hpencor
Hddy at Constantinople and Mr. Dick
inson at Solln encourage the belief
that they arc nliout at a point where
direct negotiations can bo opened
with the brigands.
SIX SOLDIERS INJURED.
Automatic Firing Gun Explodes at
Leaven worth , Kan. , Oct. 2 ! ) . By an
explosion of a ( ' ( ill's automatic tiring
gun at l'"ort l.cavonworth yesterday
Cantaln Charles T. Mouohcr ami live
men of the Twenty-eighth battery of )
field artillery were wounded , three no-
verely. The gun , a now one , WIIH beIng -
Ing toHted and wns allowed to become
too hot , and when a shell ciuim into
the breech after llring , the Hholl ex
ploded , tearing out the brooch , fiag-
ments of which Htruck and Injured the
men. Those ro the Injured : Private
Snyder , leg , nevero ; Private Merlpolt ,
arm , Revere ; Prlvato Ilfodor , arm , HO-
vcro ; Prlvato Hayes , leg , Blight ; Prl-
vnto Joni'H. hand , slight ; Captain Men-
oher , hand burned and wrist Injured. <
ENTOMBED MINER RESCUED.
Charles Nutting Taken Out Alive , but
No Hope for Companion.
Salt Lake , Oct. 20. After being en
tombed In the Highland Boy mine at
Blngham , Utah , for (51 ( hourH , Charles
Nutting was taken out yesterday by
the rescuing party that lias been con
stantly at work Hlnce the cave-In oc
curred. Ho was alive , but very weak ,
when found. The space In which h6
was ImpriHoucd was so small that ho
was unable to stand. Ono other man ,
William AnderHon , Is still In the mine
and the rescuing party will continue
its work until he Is found. There IH no
hope , however , of finding him alive
Austria Friendly With All.
Budapest , Oct. Ii ! ) . "A close under
standing with the allies of the empire
and continued friendly relations with
all the powers leads us to hope that
Providence will not deprive us of the
blessings of pence. " With the excep
tion of remarks regarding commercial
treaties the above constituted Emperor
Francis Joseph's solo reference to in
ternational affairs when bo personally
opened the newly elected Hungarian
MASS PLAY PROVES FATAL.
Center Rush of Ohio University Team
Dies From Injuries.
Columbus , O. , Oct. 29. John Segrlst ,
center rush of the Ohio State univer
sity football team , died yesterday
from the effect of Injuries received
Saturday In the game with the West-1
ern Reserve. HO was caught during a
mass play and MR body so twisted that
his spine was Injured. He was par
alyzed from the shoulders down from
the time of the accident.
Woman Brutally Murdered.
Chicago , Oct. 29. A horrible mur
der , of which Mrs. EHlo Louise Koel-
ter was the victim , was discovered
here yesterday. Policeman Edward
Koclter , the woman's husband , and his
brother , William Koeltor , were ar
rested. Mrs. Koelter's throat was
cut , her ribs broken and she was prac
tically disemboweled , evidently , the
police say , by kicks.
Mrs. Julia Dent Grant III.
Washington , Oct. 29. Mrs. Julia
Dent Grant widow of General U. S.
Grant , Is 111 at her home hero. She
has been conflred to her bed since
her return from Canada , about ten
days ago. At present her Illness Is not
regarded as critical. It began with
a cold and the developments have been
such as to alarm her friends.
Breaks Eastward Record.
New York , Oct. 29. The North Ger
man-Lloyd steamer Kaiser Wllholm
Dcr Grosse , which sailed from New
York , Oct. 22 , has again broken her
eastward record , having arrived at
Plymouth yesterday after a passage
of 5 days , 10 hours from Sandy Hook
Castro Elected President.
Washington. Oct. 29. A cable dlo-
patch announcing the election of Presi
dent Castro of Venezuela , who has
been provisional president for one
year , lias been received at the Vene
zuelan consulate In this city.
Three Whites and Eleven
NEGROES TAKE TO THE WOODO.
Governor Heard Rccalla Hln Order to
Troopn Five Hundred Whlto Men
Under Arms Burning of Colored An
enllnnt Cnuoco Ill-Fccllng.
Now Orlonmi. Oct. 2 ! > . Tlio Pica
yune'ii Aiulto City upoclal imyn
Three whllo men and II nogroon
killed In a race riot hi the utartlliu ;
and terrible IIOWH le.celved from \Vanh
Ingtnn parish. The llrttl IIOWH of Iho
riico riot wan brought beie by Cor
nollim Mlxon , who , with his mother ,
loft from near KnmUllnlon yontorday
Ho Htatod that white mon ludo Into
KranUllnton at 2 a. in. , HcoUlfg help ,
naylng that thn nogrooti wcrn up In
arms and threatening to exterminate
The tieeii'i of the double In at or
near llalltown , wheio a negro wan
burned IIIH ! wool ; for criminally an
Katiltlng a white woman. Thin WIIH not
the caiiHO , however , of the imirdi rti
yoHterdiiy , In which thiee white mi u
and II nogrncH were Killed and HIV
oral wounded. Mr. Mlxon imw and
lalKcd with ninny men from the HI one
and they mild that more and wontc
trouble wan expected , an armed men
wore Hooking to the H cone ami II wan
reported that the hluchH were equally
active In preparing for a battle At
'I a. m. a POHHC loll KnmUlnlnn for
the ncene of buttle , in charge of Slur
Iff KlninioiiH , and from all ovci Iho
country armed men wore hurry I m ; ( o
the mime place. Mr. Carter mild that
TiOO men were probably under a nun
In Washington parish.
Thi > double occurred at a nejrio
camp meeting ami the origin , mt near
an can be IIHCOItallied , wan an I'ollown
Croor I.oil , a negro , wan running a
rolreshment Hlniid and a ( nimlnhlo a
\\hlle man , went In him and iitd'od for
bin license. He hail none and became
Impudent , ciii'Hcd the constable and do
lied Mm. The constable withdrew
and obtained assistance , lie returned
will ) Hc\oral white men , when ( lie ne
gro Lott limbed out and llred point
blank into ( lie crowd , killing Joe Kcnln
and Charles Elliott. Thn whites 10-
turned the lire and killed Loll. The
negro preacher , named Connelly ,
rushed out of a IIOIIHO witli a gun In
hand , attempting ( o shoot ami was
killed. Ills daughter wan also killed ,
though It Is wild Hho wan accidentally
libot. In the shooting which followed ,
another whlto man was killed and 1C.
H. Thompson wounded , and Hoven or
eight nugrooH killed. The shooting
had no direct connection with the
burning at the Htako of the negro
Morrln In that section hint week , but
It lu undoubtedly a sequel to that
tragic ovont. Since that time It Is re
ported that the negroes have been
holding nightly meetings , preparing to
attack the whites.
Dalltown Is about 20 miles from
FnmUllnton , In a nparHoly settled sec
tion. It Is almost entirely cut off
from the outside world. KninUllnton
Is 27 miles cant of thiH place and
there are no telegraph or telephone
Troops Held In Readiness.
Baton Kongo , La. , Oct. 2 ! ) . Governor
Heard received a message yesterday
from Deputy ShorilT SlmoiiH of Wash
ington parish saying that a terrible
conflict waH In progroHH between
whiten and blacks In that parish , 'ID
being already dead , and requesting the
governor to send troops at once. Gov
ernor Hoard wired Governor Longlno
of Mississippi for permission for
armed troops to pans through the
state of Mississippi and Governor
Longlno answered promptly , granting
the request. In the meantime a tele
gram was sent to General John Glinn
at New Orleans notifying him of the
conflict and directing him to order
out one company of 50 men for service
and send thorn to Poplurvllle , Miss. ,
this being the nearest railroad station
to Balltown , La. However , upon re-
colpt of advices from Deputy Sheriff
Branton of Marlon county , Mississippi ,
that all was quiet and troops were not
needed , Governor Heard felt some
what assured that the riot at Ball-
town was quelled and advised General
Gllnn to hold his troops In readiness
to bo moved If further developments
should piove necessary.
Negroes Take to the Woods.
New Orleans , Oct. 29. A dispatch
from Columbia , Miss. , says six ne
groes were shot to death .it Live Oaks
church , about three miles from Ball-
town , that one whlto man was killed
and another fatally wounded and that
two negro women and a child were
burned almost to cinders In Lott's
restaurant , which had been fired by
the whites to dislodge Lott and others
who were firing from behind the
counters. The negroes have taken to
the woods and no further trouble Is
apprehended at present.
Farmer and Daughter Shot by Lawyer.
Memphis , Oct. 29. A dispatch from
Meridian , Miss. , reports the shooting
of A. A. Crenshaw , a Newton county
farmer , and his 18-year-old daughter
by a lawyer named Royc , who had
called to servo n writ of attachment.
The fanner and his daughter opened
flro on the lawyer and he returned the
fire. Cronshaw is thought to be fa
tally hurt and the girl will recover.
Royc escaped Injury.
Killed While Hunting.
Blair. Neb. , Oct. 29 Milton McCoy ,
a young man about 21 years of ago ,
was Instantly killed yesterday while
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tliould not take wortldcan drufi ; and
pollom composed of harmful narcot
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The mere saying of words is < >
easy , and some men devote \ \
their whole lives to it. They \ \
\ talk rather than act. The calamity -
\ \ lamity howlers in any commu
nity are of this kind.
While the unsuccessful busi
ness man is talking the success
ful man is acting. When he
speaks he uses words , but he
tells facts. He seldom , how
ever , depends upon his own
He brings to his aid the trumpet tongucd
f voice of the press.
He purchases space in the
advertising columns of his local
paper , and he uses it to good
This is your local paper.
There is space in these col
umns for use. Are you add
ing its strength to your voice ?
Properly used it will aid you.
WILL MAKE YOU RICH"
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