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o v.-. I- i' . q B. EINNEY, Pcts'r aid Pkot. IANS3, MICZ3QAN NEWS OF .THE WEEK, Latest Intelligence From ; -Parts of the World. AD W. O. Plunkatt, traveling man, wm shot In tb arm whll escaping from th reel dene of Georg 8. Gaoler at Wichita, Kas. When Gnnler entered 111 bom b ssw riunkett, a stranger to blm, coma out of bla wIWi bed-chamber, and before riunkett could get away bo wai abot. , " ' rblllp T. Smith, a farmer living ten mile southeast of Canton, 1IL, quarreled with tilt wife. After choking ber he seized a Win cheater rifle and abot ber four times. He then cot a revolrer, went to bit wlfe'a body. lay down by ber aide, and blew out bis brains. Jealousy was the eausa of the crime John Kcldel, a coal dealer, committed , suicide In Chicago by shooting himself In tu right ear with a SS-callber revolrer. , At Reddick, Fla, a shooting affray oo curred In which two men were killed and . three or four others mortally wounded. The trouble grew out of an attempt on tbe part of a drunken bully to take possession of the ' town and run It In eowboy style. ; The Riverside foundry on Carter street, Cleveland, owned by Maber, Brayton k Co. was totally destroyed by Are. Tbs loss Is . orer 100,000, and tbe Insurance 10,000. Tbe fire started at a flask oven. . A disastrous Are occurred at Lutbersburg, ra., and destroyed every store but one In . tbo town. .Loss between 135,000 aud 40,- 000, with little Insurance. . . A tremendous flow of water was struck In an artesian well being dux at fVoonsocket, . S. D., at a depth of 780 feet. Tbe flow Is es . tlmated at 4,000 gallons per minute. It Is fully equal to the other great well at that - place. , . r , ; v.. ;, John Strlckler, of Teorls, 111., while out rabbit bunting near Eden with his nephew Harry, was accidentally shot and Instantly killed. ;- -.-. : , ; . Tbe schooner Vine of Love has foundered off tbe Devonshire coast,' Englaud. Six per sons were drowned. Charley Jones, a brother of the Rev. 6am F. Jones, shot Jim Young, colored, three times on Main street, Cartorsvlllo, Ga: He died In twenty-live minutes. Jones Is In Jail, v; .. .""v.;-.. ; . Goldle, tbo 7-year-old daughter of Al fonso Langlols, a farmer living in Muskegon Co, Allen., was bnrned to deuth while play , lug around a bonfire. Louis J. Cs macho, a Cuban, committed ulcldo at Baltimore, Md. On Press street, InNew Orleans, a colored teamster found tbo right band of a human being lying on the ground between two ' box oars of the Northeastern road. Tbe im pression is that an accident occurred some where on tbe road and that the band clung to tbe truck and remained there tiutll tbo cars reached New Orleans.' Teter McMahant, a laborer employed on a building at St. Paul, was killed by a brick tile falling from tbo eighth story and strik ing him on tbe bead. . .. At Ann Arbor, Mich., students of the State university banged tbe mayor in effigy. A number of arrests have, been made on chargea of participation In tbe killing of J. J. Denntaon during the riot of a few days agO. ?'.(. . -V Judge David McLean, ex-president of tbe Savannah (Bio.) National bank, was sen tsnced to two years In the penitentiary for defrauding bis depositors out of-1100,000, which bo devoted to bla personal use. Charles Schmidt, a 10-year-old boy at Cleveland, O was leading a borse to water. He placed tbe halter-strap around bla neck, the borse became frightened and ran away, and tbe boy was killed. v . -. . Quarrymen at Lima, O., bad placed some dynamite on a stove to thaw. It became too warm, and explodsd, setting off twenty five pounds of dynamite and tbe same amount of powder In tbe building. Three men were killed and three others were wounded. ,' Nor. 12, William Greevy, 70 years old, while crossing a street In Chicago was run over by a coal wagon, receiving Injuries from which be baa now died. He was a carpenter. Nothing Is known of bis family or friends. The driver of the team, George Scbaeter. has been arrested. Tbe steambarge Messenger was burned at Rogers City, Mich. It was partly loaded with cedar. The lines . were cut and It drifted off Into tbe lake a total loss. It was .valued at $ 10,000. Insured agalbst Are for 7,000. Tbe crew was takeu to Cheboygsn In the Flora..- , .'.. : A tallorshop and a grocery store were burned at the University of Vlrglnls. Ed ward CHars, a tailor and an agent of Wan amaker of Philadelphia, was burned to death. Willi Traub, Ihe 10-year-old (Louisville, Ky.) boy who was shot with a Flobert rifle last week by Mrs. nary vogel because be earn Into ber yard after a lost marble baa died.'. : ' Tbe Wellington Barracks of tbe Guards In London, England, were destroyed by lire. Tbo fire originated In . tbe quarters of the married soldiers. There were in tbe bar racks a number of children suffering from measles, who were carried out. Two child ren, however, are missing, aud it Is feared that thay perished. Every house In the town of Cape Graclos baa been blown down by a hurricane. News of tbo disaster was brought by tbe steam ship Guana, eight days overdue at New Or leans. Woodruff, who figured In tbe Cronln case as the driver of tbe white borse. Is now In tbe county Jail at Olathe, Kan., on a charge of bono stealing. A train on tbo Union Pacific was wrecked near Cheyenne, Wyo. i A number of lives .were lost." ; t ' ; Several fights occurred between the police and soldiers at Galway, Ireland. Tbe sol diers chased tbe police Into their bsrrscks. ' At Biggs, CaL, the Hamilton hotel wss de stroyed by fire and John Beck perished In -the flame. ... 1 A star at Lockport, N. Y, was burned and a man. sleeping In the building was burned to death. j , V At Woodstock, Out,' Itex Bircball was banged at the Jail for tbe murder of Fred erick C. BenwelL He died of strangulation. Tbo South 8lde passenger-train on1 the Long Island railway, ran Into tbe rear of tbe market train, which wss standing near the depot at Jamaica,' L V No one. was killed, but a number were severely Injured; . Eamon Barboa, Sesarlo and Justo Apo Cm ani otbera assembled at a liquor store la Lcs rsllllos, a email Mexican town, and a C '. - ;ts over stealing cards. Apo- i j ' ; I ta, and Jabbtnjn . ."it L. t s:J et his face cut hho f i c i H u. Tie man lived only a few Ti tz'ji la tta cf O, Ueyor, sa I.'sw Orleans, was drilled and blown open and robbed of f,000 in eok and 30,000 In bonds, notes, ruortgsffes, an I vsluaiile doc nments. The Job waa tbo work of experts. No clew. ': j ) , . " ' Tbe tug J. W. Pa a forth burned atpn luth, Minq. Loss shout 13.000. This la Ui fifth boat that has burned there and at Superior In tbe last ten days. ' The other were Free Trade, Ferry, CoraB and James Bardon. . ........... The Rev. Chester 8. Armstrong, Pres , byterlan mlnliter of Jackson, died on t,U street of heart failure at Battle Creek, Mlcb. Fire started at Tlburon, CaL, from do- fectlv flu In a reataurant. Among the buildings del troy sd were tbe Tlburon Hotel, post-office, Corinthian Yacht Club bouse, and a dozen stores and bouses. Ono hundred and fifty people are rondered homeless. ; , '- '.. ' A young child of Louis Gem ant, of Kala- . mazoo, Mich., rolled under a feather bed and was smothered to death. : Mrs.' Ocbs, ofMuskegon, Mich., put rnrls green on some meat to poison the rsts about tbe place, but before shs could carry out her purpose ber two-year-old daughter ate some of the stuff. The doctors hope to save tbe little one'a life. ; G. Campbell, of Alerrlam, was run over and lntantly killed by a south-bound traiil at Olathe, Kan. Mr, Campbell waa a promi nent temperance lecturer. Miss Rljka Box, aged ninety years, and Mrs. Henrietta Bsker, sged nlnety-tbreo years, the oldest residente of Grand Haven, Mlcb.i died within half an hour of each other. They both came to. Michigan from the Netherlands over fifty years ago, and bad been friends ever siuce. ' ' ' . : ; Nels Damni, Muskegon. (Mich.,) butch er, attempted to. bang a quarter of beef on a hook. He slipped and In turning , to sav himself tbo chair shot from under blm aod the book penetrated the bsck of bis neck and be bung there until rescued. " " A melee smong the university students In the postofilee at Ann Arbor, Mich., resulted rather sadly for six young men. Rushes among tbo members of various classes have recently beeu a not unusual occurrence, and mutters culminated In a general row. Six of the most obstreperous students are now coiiUned In JalL A collision took place near the Georpe station on the Edlnburg suburban railway. Twelve persons were badly Injured. , ; John Maroch bid a brick under his coat and sneaked up on Jacob Roslnskl at Chi cago. Roslnskl flred at Maroch and the bullet bit the brick. : .' ' - Tbe Southern Pacific steamship Gussie, which waa reported lost durlns; the storm off the Nlcaragnau coast Oct, 31, arrived at New Orleans. -. . , Christopher Copelsnd was arrested at Fitcbburg, Mas., for the embezzlement of 81,200 from the Wextern Union Telegraph Company's Denver office. , . , ; William Gsrvey, a carpenter 70 years of age, was kuocked down and run over by a Leavy coal-wngon In Chicago. Ho will die. A frelcht-trnln on tbo New York Central Road was derulled by an obstruction at On Hundred and Forty-first street, New York City. Home person or persons bud tied a email 'tree to tbe rails with wire cables. Tbe obstruction would have caused the complete wreck of any train golug at highspeed. ' ' ' The south-bound passenger train on the Northern Pacific ran off tbe bridge between Palem and Turner, Ore. Several passengers are reported to bsve been injured; soma probably fatally. Particulars are meager. B. F. Roland, a laborer, fatally stabbed a man named Brooks near Boise City, Idaho. Domlnlo Mazlana, an Italian, waa found dead In Dallae, Tex, with a suspicious gash In bis bead.' It developed that be was an outspoken enemy of the Mafia, and it la thought that the fraternity removed bim. John A. McFarland, the oldest banker In Boone county, la., made an assignment. The liabilities are 18.500, while the assets, mostly in real estate, foot up 940,000, . ? ; ; Abel E. Chase, on of the oldest and best known citizens of Leon; la., died suddenly at bis homo. Ho was dressing bis little daughter, and dropped dead without an In stant's wsrnlng and without any struggle or pain. Tbe fatal explosion In the Dupont Pow der Works, near Wilmington, Dei., last month Is now believed to have been caused by discharged employes. ', , Conductor Fry Is in charge of a freight train of tbe Wabash railroad. When near Baden, In North St. Louis, Mo., two masked Inen eutered tbe caboce and drawing re volvers on the conductor told blm to sur render his money. He produced flOO, which they took. . i . ' ., . Killed bjr an Kxplotlon. A terrible accident took place at Mertz town, Pa., which resulted in tbe death of three men and the serious Injury of five Others. While the employes of Trexler's stove factory were preparing to start work for tbe day and lha engineer wss getting up team on of the large boilers' exploded. The building was completely wrecked, and Henry Epler, sged 21, Sasnsmsn llllbert, aged 20, and Charles Oswald, aged 4. wero instantly killed. - Among the more scrloimly Injured are Samuel Epler, Frederick De long, Albert lteppsrt, James Bausber, and Charles Albert. All were terribly scalded, and Epler, Delong, ,snd ' Albert also bod limbs broken.. The 'exact cause of tbe ex plosion Is not known. The force of the con cussion was felt a distance of five miles. Tbe bodies of the killed were horribly mangled. Charles Bausher was badly, out aud Charles Wolbert received fatal Injuries. , , . ' i , ... - ..V Fight Between Kearroe and Offloera. A riot occurred at Wheeling, W. Vo, be tween a number of negroes and the police which resulted in the probably fatal wound ; vllle, Va., and tbo sever Injury of Potic mau Donnelly. Several negroes bad been terrorizing tbe inhabitants of tbe Sixth Ward ' all day by demanding food, and money, and Inforclng tbe demands with a liberal display of firearms. Tbe police at tempted to arrest th offender. The negroes opened fir on the officers, none of whom were struck. During a desperst band to band fight with' the. Inen Cloud Officer Moran shot bis antagonist and beat blm severely with bis club. Officer Donnelly had bis hand broksir by a stone thrown by on of th desperadoes. All the offenders escaped save the wounded one. He may die. 7 - v' ' Jumped Frm Her Carrlaa;. Mrs. Uenrlctta Tefft,B0 year of age, was killed by Jumping from ber carriage. Sli was drlvlBK on Washlnitoil boulevard. CbW cngo. The hdrse 'bbcsine frlgbfened and started to run. Mr. Hatfield, ber son-in- law, was, drlylngy f Mr. Tefft, who was frightened, leaped from th carriage, strik ing ber bead and shouldsrs on th curb stone ani fracturing: tef skulk y T bar soon stopped and Mr Hatfield ssllded in carrying Mrs. Tefft Into house, where su died In fw minute. Dr0VE;0Ui"A EABCAk GOT BID OF A HjIH WnO ATTEMPTED . TO EXSXiUE T0CN0 CICL8. . -. !;. , . -j. Fatat' IUH war Wrck4d Aeoldoiit li tSklec Other Iiltfraau Coe ' VOHUntljr Condeaaed. ' file riaai Foiled. ' Two weeks ago stranger came to Terre Haute, lad., and sent out advertisements signed "Robert Joy, manager of tb Joy A soclatlon of Twenty -11 v Expert Lady Phy sicians, Surgeons, and Specialists of Boston, Chicago, No. 180 Tblrty-flrat street, and St. Loula, No. Ml Ware avenue." Tbe letter beads announced that tbe association sup plied expert massage manipulators and phy sicians, all ladles, .to any part of the United States. On or two - girls cam there from St. . Louis, where b claimed to have established a central office, but Ibete girls discovered that he wanted to use them for immoral purposes and went home. Chief of Police Davis went to St. Louis aud a detective to Chica go to Investigate Joy's references. They found that be and merely called at ' thoso pluce, and that tbe references were un warranted. For two (leys It was endeavor ed to make a case against Joy by having bim accept money, but be was alarmed aud refused. When taken In charge by tbe po lice and about a dozen citizens, mostly pbysicluns, be confessed tbst he was a pro curer. He was led to believe tbst a mob was outtide after blm and begged for police protectlou to th nlKbt train east on tbo Vandalia, which was given blm. ' A Had tmmh-tlp. The overland Southern Paclflo passenger trnln, south-bound, went through a long trestle over Lake Lablsb, five miles from Sslcm, Ore. Tbe trestle must bsve given away as soon as tbe engine struck It, for the trsln and trestle went down together. Th engine was overturned and half-burled in tbo mud. Following this were tbe tender,' mail, bag gage, and express cars, tbe smoking car, and tbe tourist sleeper. All were broken to pieces. "" '. The bridge is about GOO feet long and rom slxteeu to twenty feet high. Tb train moved ahead, about fifty yard as it went down. Engineer John McFudden, Fireman Tim Noul, und two unknown men were killed. Following Is a partial list of the Injured:, Copt. Jock Crawford, . the poet scout, bruised; Samuel Anson, New York City, side and back sprained 5 Mrs. T. C. Beerley and May and Nellie Boyle, Missoula, Mon tana; Wllaon Berry. North Dakota, Injured about throat ; C. M. Barrow, Ellsworth, Kss., back sprained ; Fred Walto, Ellsworth, Kas., Internul injuries; Dr. Uammel and wife, Philadelphia, both Injured about spine; J. L. Klmberle, Neenub, Wis., back hurt; C. Grlebel, Milwaukee, Wis.; G. G. Newbam, Pleasant Forks, Canada painfully injured about throat; James Mc Garry, United States Marshal, Salt Lake, rtuh.noso and leg broken and badly Injured Internally. The train carried over one hun dred persons nesrly all of whom were more or less Injured. ' ( rV Fires were built along either side of tbe train to keep warm the wounded, who bad been temoved from the wreck, and to give light to tbo workers who bad hastened to the rescue. ; , The Bloudy Mafla. . . , By order of tbe Malta Joseph Gazzolq, citizen of St. Loula, baa been vondemnctU to death and bai been duly and officially noti fied of tbo fact, if two letters received are what tbey purport and teem to be. One of thene letters Is addressed to "Joseph Gazzo lo, 1100 -Vandeventcr avenue, St, Louis, Mo.," and the other, "Antonio Capestro, 601 North Thirteenth street." Capestro's letter was oa follows: - By order of the Mafia: This Is to Inform you that the case of your relation, Joseph Guzzolo, has been tried and he has been found guilty. He bss already been notified and will receivo another warning, which will be tbe lust You had better advise blm to do what Is Just to prevent the execution of his sentence which is ccrtaiu to follow unloss be proves by his future actions that be repents and makes restitution. Capestro, terribly agitated, sent tbe letter to bis wife, who' Immediately went to see her uncle, Mr. Gazzolo, tbe man upon wbom, according to tbe letter, sentence of death had been, passed. Tbe Mafia bad kept their promlac, for Joseph Gazzolo bud. by tbo ssme mall, received bis letter from New Orleans. It reads: . . . . Notice of Condemnation : You have been duly tried by tbe Judicial tribunal and found guilty of many crimes cburgsd "uicuinat you, aud sentenced. The order has been Riven for your execution. Repent, and prepare for a future state, a you will receive no further warning. This Is by or der of tbe Mafia. ' 1 Gazzolo snld he had bad some, troublo with a Sicilian a few years agoubouta wtuc bill and that tbe Sicilian bud threatened tp Invoke thu Mafia. ' '' ", j v Folaonad by H-r Mother. ! The 0-yoar-old daughter of Jobu Swanson of Topekn, Kas., is dead from the effects of a dose of laudanum given it by its mother. Mrs. Swanaon bos been 111 for a long time, and she became demented. She bus given up all hope of living, although the doctor says there is no Immediate danger of death. She wus constantly rxpresalng regret that she' .would, bo compelled to leave ber daughter behind when death claimed her, and determined to take ber with' ber. ' She obtained some laudanum and during tbe night, without tbe knowledge of her bus bsnd, gave It to the child. Next morning when Mr. Swanson left Iwtn logo to work bla wife told blm tbe little one was aaleep. To neighbors who called she denied admit tance to tbe room where th lifeless body of th little girl lay. About 11 o'clock she sent for her busbaud. wbo at one called a physlclsn, but the child bed passed beyond jill earthly aaslatanco. - jr.. , Aeetined of ' Tnrlarttig a Frfannor. ' ' according to stories published by Texan papers . detectives are , resorting to the methods of tb dark ages to wring a confes sion from a nun. Sol Klcburdaon, negro, waa arrested six months ago and accused of stealing tli.OOQ of the Well--Fargo express company's money. II was discharged. The mpty box tn 'wblcb tb money was con tained wss then found, whereupon, It 1. al leged, th detectives seized tb negro, and It la ota ted that they are now trying to fore confession from bim by starving and beat ing bim ami by tbo application of thumb screw's.' Th story Is denied by th officers. ( . Whipped by TOhlte-Caps. , ' 'f Frankllu Hurt-be, n well-known citizen of Indian Creek Township, Monroe county, lnd., ; was unmercifully beaten by Whit Caps. : 11 and bis wife were asleep when 11 mob f masked men burst th door open with rall and entered the room, com manding Uurch to follow them.' Ills wife begged pitifully, but they .made blm go out a few yards from the bouse, Where they beat blm and threatened to kill bim If be did not leave the country Burch 1 about 44 years old and bas . always been regarded as a good citizen. .' ; - '. ; .- ' A eeldoat at do.. , , . ,. Tb British torpedo cruiser Serpent bas foundered off tbe count of Spain. Out of a total of 376 soul on board only three were savcl. ; Tremendous seas swept th decks of tb doomed vessel, carrying away group after group of tb unfortunate men on board. Tbo news of tbs wreck was conveyed to Cortinna, distance of sixty miles, over mountain road- The Serpent's comple ment was 170 officers and men. Tb other on board wr going out to relieve men now on ships of tbe African station. Tb vessel was lost at a point twenty miles north of Cspo Flnlsterre. 1 Tb Serpent was a twin-scrsw vessel of 1,770 tons and 4,600 borsa-power and carried six guns. It went on the rock during storm. A heavy mist prevailed at tb time of the disaster. Owing to th violence of tbe storm It .was Impossible to send assist ance from tb shore. : Tb three persons saved ar sailors, who swam ashore at Camarlnas. Tbey express tbe belief that all tb other on board were drowned, but only four bodies have been washed ashore as yet. There Is no telegraph station at Camarlnas. Tbe Serpent was built of steel, 1,770 tons displacement, 4,600 Indicated horse-power, 2-JS feet length, 80 feet beam. Its armament compriaed six six-Inch, five-ton breech -loading rifle guns, eight tbrce'-pounder rapid firing guus, aud three machine guns. It sailed from Devonport, ordered to the Cap and tb weCt coast of Africa. Rmaah-Vp aa th FoanajrtTanla, A collision occurred on th Pennsylvania, railroad, near New Florence, Pa, between tbe first and second sections of the Western express, killing two passengers and Injuring eighteen others. Tbe killed are: ,. HENRY D. MINOT, Boston. ' " MRS. 8. IL ANGELL, Washington, D. C. . The Injured are: R. S. Delaney and wife, Haymarket, Va.; J. F. Matthias, Baltimore; J. Hellman, Waablngtou; William Roches ter, New York; C. C. Hex.' Providence, R. I. ; Mlsi M. V. Kellogg, Richmond: J. W. Hill, Sunbury.Pa.; Henry McCormlck, en gineer, Nlnevub ; Dr. Wlehle, Mrs. Wlehle, li. A. Parrish, Qulney, III ; Mtss M. Wel fare, Cleveland; IL S. Hill, Pittsburg; Samuel Guile, New York; J. W. Weslie, Boston; Mrs. S. D. Williams, Cleveland; E. II. Tigbe, Detroit; William Miller, Allegh eny, Pa.:. . ..'.' . t, ' At least four of the Injured. It Is thought, will die. Tbey were conveyed to Louses In the vicinity aud everything possible done to relieve their suffering. The uninjured pas aongers arrived In Pittsburg after some de lay. ' Tbe accident was caused by the heavy fog, which prevented the engineer from seeing the first section in time to stop his train. , Sad Accident la Chicago. Coal-heavers John Pinkbarfki, Joseph Brant, Michael Egan and Fred Suglas Un dertook to leave the bold of tbe steam, barge D. C, Whitney, at noon. In Chicago, by clinging to the hoisting chain that led into tb middle batch. Tbey were carried high up above the deck before the machin ery could bo stopped, and remained sus pended In mid-air until Pinkbarfki let go of tb chain and tumbled headlong through the open hatch into tbo bold. In falling bis body carromed against bis three companions, and on by one tbey were torn from the chain and precipitated Into the bold, a drop of nearly thirty feet When picked up Pinkbarfki was deed. His neck was broken, bis skull crushed and bis body terribly battered and bruised. Egan and Suglas were unconscious, while Brant was writhing and screaming with pain caused by Internal Injuries. Egan and Suglas cannot recover, and Brant's condition Is so serious that the pby flcisns wbo are attending bim think be may die. . , . To Destroy the Daponts Property. A conspiracy la being waged against tb Duponts, wbo have tbe great powder-mills near Philadelphia. A month ago an ex plosion occurred that wrecked the powder mills, killed twenty people, injured many more, and since that time Incendiaries have set fire to tbe barns on the Dupont farms and tried to blow up the works. The con spiracy Is one of the greatest ever known in the country, Tbo Duponts bsv ' offered 15,000 reward for tb capture of tb incendiaries. Tb latest atrocity was the finding of a handful of matches In a roll of raw cotton lu the cotton-warp mill of Barlow A Thatch er at Rising Sun, Pa. Tb mill and the Krcater part of its machinery ar owned by Dupont A Co., and Barlow &, Thatcher are the lessees and operators. About sixty men, women, and children are employed In tbe plane, ' The matches were luckily found by u girl employed Just before tbey reached a "picking" machlue. . , Threw Pepper In His Eyes. William Jenkins' novel method of secur ing vengeance bas led blm Into serious trouble. He got Into a quarrel with au older man, named A. Keefer, on La Salle street, Chicago, where they worked, and Keefer, who is a larger roan, threatened to "do up" Jenkins. The lutter prepared for the onslaught by purchasing a "dime's worth of cayenne pepper. When be left work, Keefer ' followed him down stairs Jenkins bid In an alley, and when Keefer walked by threw the stuff Into tb eyes, llllnded with pain Keefer fell to the ground and waa unable to defend himself from the excited Jenkins, wbo Jumped ou bis fallen foe and badly pounded blm; Keefer prose cuted Jenkins wbo was fined SM and cost. A balf-Ktozen men wbo work with Keefer and Jenkins came ifl speak In the letter's be half. Two of the in told tbe court that Jen kin bad always been an Inoffensive fellow, and that Keefer' disposition was the con trary. Tb court then reduced the fin one-halt. it Dowafull of a Farger.. Albert 11. Smith, the Junior partner In th brokorege firm of Mills, Robeson A Smith at No. 9(1 Broadway, New York, Is a prison er at police headquarters, charged With over seventy forgeries, aggregating 150,000. 8m lib has acknowledged hi guilt and bas turned over all bis property to W, A. Wat son for tb benefit of his creditor. The dlseovsry of tb forgeries which cover a period of six ysars, was aocldsntly mad by a stock elerk In tbe employ of Mills, Bobs son A Smith. In bis sonfssslon Smith say be used tb money obtained by his forgeries to reimburse customers of the firm wbo bad lost money on bis suggestions. Before bla arrest h mad a clean breast of bis doing to his associates In the firm. c , ' " ' A Fatal Wrack. ' ' '' A wreck on tbs Chicago A Erie Road oo cured at Level ng's Bwltcn, twenty-four miles West of Huntington, lnd. .An east bound freight waa descending a steep grade at a rapid rate of speed ' when tb rails spresd and . tbe engine turned over and twenty-two loaded freight ears went With It. .The engineer. Andrew Toohey, was killed. Tbo fireman, R. E. Copplnes, and Urakeman Percy Dickay received probably fatal Injuries. After tbe cars bad been ditched th wreck caught fir and a large amount of property was destroyed. The loss to tb company, not counting probabl damag suite, la ovsr 120,00 ' A TERRIBLE PLUNGE. FRIGHTFUL RiJLKOAD ACCIDENT AT ' - KANSAS CITT. ' TelegTajOile Aeoonnts of Casualties and . Oenerel Maws from All Parts of v.,w,. --..r the Unloa. A Fatal Collapse. A freight-train of six cars and an engine of the Kansas City, Wyandotte and Nortb-we-ttern railway plunged through a bridge and down Into the muddy depths of tbe Kaw river in Kansas City. Kan. .No on . know yet how many ' persons were on board, but there may have been anywhere from a dozen up to thirty, and so far as tbe names are known of thoso rescued th list of saved com prises only four members of tb train crew and ono or two colored men who were rid ing across the bridge. 'J be list of the killed, 2o far as known Is as follows: Fred Allen, firemau,Lawrence, Kas.;' Henry Williams, (colored), Kansas City, Kas. , .. ' The Injured trot Christian Patch, engi neer, Kansas City, Kas., cuts and bruises on left leg. Jaw fractured, and cut across the forehead; Thomas Mulligan, t brskemsn, Lawrence, Kss., bruises about body; eut acros forehead; S. V. Smith, stockman. Latham, Kasn badly bruised about tbe body and legs; L. Lattiinore (colored), Kansas City, Kas., three ribs broken. A . The following list of missing ts furnished by Armour's. All these were seen to get aboard the train, and a tboy bsv neither put in an appearance at their working places nor returned home It is feared that they ar among tb loot: Ralph Fay, elevator man ; Fred Bell, pipe fitter; Ed Burke, pip fit ter; Frank Wall, a packer; Dav Brown, beef killer. r . .. t' .... . -..,', . . ' .Three tranrpa who' boarded tbe train sev eral stations up tbe rood are also missing. All tb missing are supposed to have been killed and their bodies are now ptobably confined In the wreckage. '' '. v.:' Hurt la a ltallroad Smash-Up. . , : On tbe International and Great Northern road at Kyle, TexH the southbound passen ger, three hours lute, wss taking the siding when tbo pay-car, carrying Supt., Golden, came along, running at the rate of forty miles an hour, and struck the smoker Of the passenger "tram, .which was partly on the switch and partly ou tbe main track. There was a fearful crash, tbe pay-car upsetting tb smoker aud aleeper, each car contain ing tbirty-fiv or forty persons. Tbe following passenger were injured: W.D. Wood, banker, cut In tbe face; Mrs. Murdy, member of theatrical company. Injured in ternally; James Warner, Austin, cut in bead and face ; T. F. Johnson, San Antonio, shoulders and body hurt; Walter Ritchie, stockman, San Antonio, cut in bead and face; W.F.Lewis, drummer, Austin, cut by fulling car seats; Norman Uopklus, San .Antonio, arm cut; Dr. W. R. Slmcook, Austin, kuocked senseless, but recovered; Twenty-five persons were injured altogeth. er. Mrs. Murdy will die. . , , , Rohbod by Masked Hta, . .. Four masked men entered tb Claren don station, ' Mlcu and held up Agent G. V. Ballentlne, E. C. Mabrey, and Corvllle Bally, , securing about 12, being mostly tbe company's money. Tbey also took tbe sgent' watch, but returned It, Tb robbers then locked them In an oil-car. Three of them then i went to Cook's grocery. Cook's family liv ing on th second floor. Tbey called and Cook's son appeared at the outside stair way. He was ordered to bold up bis hands, but be rushed Inside and secured a shotgun. He fired, but without effect. Ballentine and bis compsnlons got out of tbe car a few hours later. .The marauders cracked a safe t Ridgeway and aroused tbe suspicion of tbe agent by banging around tbe depot. When the Sheriff and a deputy made their appearance tbe men opened fire and es caped, although tbe officer fired eight shots. Express Bobbers at Work Again. Recently both night trains on the Georgia road ' between Augusta and Atlanta were rouuea 01 express matter. .Now s train for Atlanta met tbe aame. fats. ' Near Mes-' sina a man entered and commanded Messen ger Corpbut to open tbe safe. Corphut re-1 fused to comply, at the sams time drawing ' bis revolver, whereupon tbs robber flred, tbs ball penetrating bis bat but not touching tbe messenger, wbo returned tbe shot, Cor pbut thinks bo bit tbe robber, as there were j spots of blood on tb car floor. Detectives and express officials visited the scene, but could find no evidence ot where a man Jumped from tbe train, If be left it at alL The whole affair is wrapped In my stery, as tb robber ot lost week's train have not been arrested, but It is reported mat tuey nsvs Doen spotted and were traced tO AURUStS. .' , ' MARKET REPORT.' ; '; CHICAGO. ' Bbbvss Extra l.tftO&l.TOO lbs ....', i.EDQl 5.0O Good to fancy steers 4.75 Poor lo medium ateers... l.boa s.AO . . Cows !., : .fcvxa S.H) Veal Calves... ' l.eorjj 4.&0 Miicn Cows per head.- .. . Itiooift 86.00 lioos Mixed 8.40& 4.10 Hncap N alt re .($ 6.00 Want-No. 8 Spring.... 03$ .04 Corn No. t , ' .boa ' ,M OiT-No. Avfr'.A Potatoes per bushel j ' .70a .Mi Poultbt Cblckens, live, per lb ; jOTui .08 Pucks. , - r ' .. .ofta .0U ' Murker, M .- JO .10 BoTTta Choice Creamery.,.. ..... -;svA ..97 Low grades,.., . Ofta'" .08 cnasss Fnll Cream.. ....... .-..'. .Otta .09 Off Oradea.., ........ ,04 .on Xoos Fresh, per dos. J& jtt ST. LOUIS. . , Basvss Choice natives..,.' ........ Hobs Cholca hnssr... I 8. Wmkat-No. s, Red . vwm m .................. Oats.'. ..... X1LWACKKC. . WaiiT No. S, Red , . .giQ ,oj Cob .41 A .48 Oats........ .33 ' DETROIT..; ' .,. .. . !.' Wbsat Nat, Red ,, ......I .wai .05 Coax..., .... ... 60 .61 Oats 1 .88 M ' ':;'. - Kansas citt. . " Bbstss drain and Com Ved.... ....lJ.70iA.tO Htiibs Uraas Kaage.. , ?r t.M) Ho g.00(i 100 Wbat No. ... Bit ,9J Cobk Na 8 ............. '.''.411 .47' Oats-No. 8 . .ab& ,87 . Correspondet IL N. O'Brien, of Montreal, bas been Indicted bn tb enarg of sending' out dispatches to newspaper that Frlnce George, of Wales, participated In ft street flgkt. ' .- ' , ,j . ' " Itasuliaa la Tliraa k.aaths. 4 ., . While a number of machinists were mov ing an engine In tbe Jareckl manufacturing establishment In rle, Fa., tb mass fsli aud crushed two men fatally -3r me B. McSloy, a conspicuous member of lb Me chsnio' Fraternity, died In an bonr, and 8. I Benson, a Swede, died later. Henry 8utter, I a veteran lo th navy, on learning tbe death ot McSloy, who bad been a warm friend, went bom tnd , shot himself through tb head. , .. '. I Th Osborn Engine end Potior Manufact, ' urlng company of Hamliton, On I., bas failed. , ,v WINGED MlSSltC. Wanamaker, I. T., baa colored lady ' ' MtkUxgv board achool in England 800 boys axe given bath ono ft week. Th submarine telegraph ayslom of th world constate of 11,070 nautical miles of " cablo. : i ' Dr. Hammond y that thin aolea are th worst propagator of dlsoaao among women. ' ". ." . .'. i ' A western cowboy committed suicide bo- . cause, a thlrtoen-y oar-old girl refused to ...... marry him.. ' ; Th Sioux of South Dakota, are dying ,' rapidly of consumption and other throat ... r and enact dlaeaae. . ." - There ar thlrty-on mQllonatre In Den ver, nnd thlrty-threo men worth, on th average, $500,000 each. '( A Georgia man has raised a Mexican cu cumber weighing thirty-flve pounds. : It . resembled ft green citron. " - " . ( A colored woman has sued a Texas news- ... paper for $100 damages for having spoken of her as ft whit woman. V ? 1 ' A Georgia plantation has ft pear tree ; measuring ten feet In drcumferonco and . over thro feet In diameter. : ' ' 1 .,..-. It is said there ar only two red slate -quarries In the United States, one In Ver mont and the other in Virginia. . ; " An Oil City milliner baa ft very unique novelty in the shape of a broom mad from the wings of the English sparrow. , .Of the-seventy-six marriages In Vine land, N. X, the post year tbe grooms. of , only thirty-flve were Vlneland men. . ' A large number of carriages In cities are now supplied with rubber tires to prevent . . violent Jolting and deafening clatter. , M . ! ' In the Gila Valley district of Arizona . Territory it la proposed to plant 6,000 acres to oranges this fall and winter. . A Du Bola man has In his yard a palm tree In blossom, and ft plum tree on which plums are now growing as large as nuts. There bas been ft marked decline In the salaries paid to female telographers, stench : . . . graphers and typewriters in New York. . , The rhododendron plantation of Mr. Fol-1, -".). ! lansbee In the town of Fitzwilliam, N. H., ' is one of the floral wonders of New Eng- land."',;.'.,., v ' '. ' ,, 1 , ' Americans and their foreign visitor are ' ' -flocking home from Europe, and returning steamers nre carrying very few to "the ; .;, other side. . At Holly Springs, Gal, a dog fell into weU and staid there fourteen days before his' owner found him. H was taken . out. ' ; and Is doing wclL ' - A young lady haa boon arrested at San" ' Francisco for "disturbing the peaco'." She . lives on the floor above ft doctor's office and playa the piano incessantly. The Cincinnati achool board has Anally; ""1 decided to let the married women teach -;'' another year, when the question of exclud ing them will come up again. The sixteenth child of a Wisconsin couple arrived the other day and prepar ations were immediately begun for the reception of the seventeenth. : The struggle upon the question of open ing the car window or not is characterized as the annual contest between the aero phoblana and the aeromanlaca. . Telfair county, Georgia, boasts a smart baby. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson have an eight-months-old son who can walk' and talk and weighs fifty-three pounds. -. Russian baths are recommended by a sufferer from rheumatism. After several trials one should take the steam as hot as he can bear it bn the afflicted part of the body. : A great scheme Is on foot in Japan, for . the emigration of Japanese laborers to , Mexico, where they are wanted to work on railways. ' Two Mexican agents are pro- , motlng the scheme. ' 5 ' Continuous heavy ralr. have greatly in jured the rice crop on the Savannah river. One planter who expected to clear 118,009 on his harvest now says he will be satisfied if he pays expenses. The papers of Mlcager Hancock, of In diana, for whom the senate pension com mittee has recommended pension of $25 , . , for his service In the war of 1812, show that be is 103 years old. - Mrs. Kate Williams, of Denver, Colo., has obtained ft verdict of f 12,000 against Mrs, E. 8. Williams, of Brooklyn, her mother-in-law, whom ahe claims was the cause of her husband leaving her. Rev. Mr. Shuttleworth, vicar of the , English church at Egloshayle, Cornwall' has married Miss Cudmore, a well-known ' ,' actress on the London stage, herself the daughter of ft Cornish clergyman. ' , Recent flower shows have indicated a re turn of the old-fashioned double dahlia to popularity. : With all Its prim stiffness, this flower is gay and varied in color and admirably adapted to decorative purpose. A revolution in Europe Is approaching. . The waiters have formed a league or unjon which Is to bold a congress demanding tbe suppression of the "tip. The gargons ' prefer a regular salary to the irregularity of the "tip." ...... .. . ..... ...... ... :. Game is so plenty down. In, Connecticut that th partridges are reported flying into . the city and roosting on the. back fence, where they are -shot and roasted for din- ' ' ner. This sounds more like a fish than ft game tory. , t . 4 y. , v-" Th Manhattan Club of New York city ,'! has at last taken possession of th old A. T. Stewart mansion, which is to be its future home. . Nearly all the furniture and -carpeting owned by Mr. Stewart was bought by the club. : ' ' H It Is said that the tomb of George Sand -' and ber son offer a sad spectacle of forget fulness. The grave ore ill-kept, withered " flower lie en the marble slabs, and tbo 'f '-' spectator turns away with melancholy conviction of the shortness ot, human memory. . , ,,(,','-..,' ... ... The official board of Grace church, Jer sey City. Hlghts, baa notified Mrs. Joseph Antenrelth that ber two daughters disturb th congregation during serrloe by chew ing gam and smaoklng their Hps. Faction al trouble are said to be the basis of the complaint ' A Maine girl, finding Ujlnoonvenlent to carry chewing gum with her, eetabllshed stations In various parts of the town, where she sticks her quids. One is in a dry goods store, one In the church choir, on In her 'own' dining-room,, one 'at school, and so on. '.;" ' Great disappointment is expreisel in navy circles at the remarkable loss of speed exhibited by our ocean cruL..-. The Baltimore averaged only seven knots aa hour on her visit to C:r"" r-1 o run from nawaii to O 1. m alLi Charleston barely t'".t i . j. -V? . . V .