The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 124, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 14, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Tlie - Democrat.
Mort t7 Bixler, Ed
NullMAN. OK, TER
TARIFF BILL PASSED.
Brooklyn ha* over ono million in-
habitants, and when Now Yorkers
call it "our dormitory" tlio Brooklyn-
ito respond!) uv culling Now ^ ork
Mil Cokhktt is roportnd us hav-
ing nothing to sir about tho pro*
posed iueotia r with Flt/.slmmons,
and when Mr. Corbett has nothing
to say thero 1* a urn to bo bomothlug
Tnr conntnnt drop of water
Wear* away the hardest stone
The constant miaw of Towser
Masllcatos lb« toughest bono.
Tho . on*unt cool ax lover
carries off ttin l.ltmhln/ maid
Ami tho constant advertiser
Is tho ono who yets the trade
"Tin: prince," pays tho dispatch
/rotn Paris, alluding to a certain no-
bleman. "is hero attending to busi-
ness matters which ho first under-
took while in tho United States. '
And then, naturally enough, the dis-
patch proceeds to announce I ho
prince's engagement to an American
To be buried in Wostralnator ab-
bey, originally tho burying place of
kings, is an honor that England ro-
Bervos for tho groat alono. That it
should bury Lord (Coleridge within
and I'oot Coloridgo without tho
sacred precincts, seotna to show that
her ideas of what constitutes truo
greatness are still a little hazy-
A voiTNti man convicted of burglary
fainted when ho hoard the vordict.
The conviction was on circumstantial
avidenue. none of which appears so
strong as th* circumstantial ovi-
ilenee of innocence afforded by the
swoon. Tlie people who prowl
around with a dark lantern and
jimmy are not tho kind who faint.
ltKMbMitKitiN'i tiiat (Jenoral Man-
sock weighed -'> • pounds and up-
ward, ono is sin prised to loarn that
the general's grandson has just boon
"ofused admission to West Point bo-
?auso he is a lightweight Such in
itances. however, are not nuin 'rous
ind do not warrant tho inference
that tho sons of vetorans are physic-
Hmokf: Aburrahman Khan, ameor
af Afghanistan, can make his pro-
jtosod visit to Europo he has to get
the consent of his people by plebis-
cite. His ameerlets bathos only
anco a year, and it Is reported that
tho sovereigns upon whom he pro
itosos to call en tour are raising a
last corruption fund to defeat tho
proposition at tho polls.
Tin effective strength of tho
United States navv has received an
important addition by tho commis-
sioning of tho armored cruiser Cin-
cinnati in the lirooklyn navy yard.
The officers and workmen who as-
sisted in her construction are all, ol
course, naturally anxious to lind
how she will practically to in pare
with the contract built ships and
much inte' est will thcrofore bo at-
tached to her official trial.
Awi.u.nn Hungarian. Mr .Jordan,
recently undertook to visit tho Bal-
kan peninsula and even Asia Minor
on his bicycle. His trip has boon
suddenly interrupted in a Bulgarian
village near Phllippopoli Tho
rumor was spread that u magician,
mounted upon a strango machine,
had made his appoaranco. The inn
was invaded by peasants, the bicycle
was exorcised by tho priest and
dually broken into pieces. Poor Mr.
Jordan had to make h&sto to tho
nearest railroad station.
I t's a bad practice to got into tho
habit of turning niifht into day. If
one is kept awako of nights not by
care or illness, but has lain awako
becausc sleep would not come, tho
best thing to do is to light tho con-
sequent drowsiness of the noxt day,
in order that ono may resume tho
natural rest at night Sleeplessness
is generally tho result of "thinking1
.if unpleasant subjects after ono has
retired for tho night The unfortu-
nate magnify and increase; the trou-
blo by too much thinking. I he man
who invented sloep is blessed Now,
blessed be tho man who shall invent
a cure for the kind of ••thinking"
that produce.) sleeplessness.
It is a pitty that a writer so un-
deniably able und oi-iginal as Kud> aril
Kipling is should bo su h a hopeless
boor Tho young man was treated
in tills country with a consideration
and a courtesy that would have
caused anyone with a spark of gen-
tlemanly instinct to keop silent re-
garding matters which did not al-
together meet his approval. Ho
married here he is in some s.-nso a
citizen of tho country Yet ho goes
about Europo sno.iriii'j at and abus-
ing tho I'nited states as though ho
Had a legitimate grievance against
us. He will probably live to regret
it t harlos Dickens did. But tho
recidlection of this kind of meanness
is never entirely effaced.
A <"hi* v<;« man who has dis-
charged six servant girls in ihroo
weeks has boon arrested on a peace
warrant sworn out bv his wife Ono
servant girl a week is all any woman
should be asked to break in.
Hill Vote* With the llrpulillrin* A(.ilnil
It—Tho I'opiilli«i■ lllrldr.
\Vasiiinoton, July fl — Iii the midst
of intense excitement at Tues-
day night, after having been debated
I'roi-lMn..■ ibin by ilio frenulum (ailing for tim e months ami one day. the tar-
— iff l>lll,amended t , ulneffect Auirust
1, 18111, passed the senate by a vole of i
34 to .'lit. a strict party vote except Mr.
Hill, who voted with the Republicans
against the measure. Tho Populists
divided their strength, two, Monki-s.
Kyle ami Allen voting in favor <>f the
bill, and two. Messrs. i'effer and Stew-
art against it
A hard but hopeless tight was made
by the Republicans under tho leader-
CHICAGO PRACTICALLY under
" i A I? TI AL LAW.
I |miii \ 11 i mwleti \* «*ainhlMffr<
•r«« IV x iiblr ( Illicit* \d nioiiitlie<1
i Ic• -<11;«bi ill i bolr .%l ole«.
illinois state troops and
regulars open fire.
M«ny Itlotem Klllrd and N Biimltil
Trains Wreeked mid Properly I lo-
st royed Hundred* nl I retj;lif ( r
ltnrned by IneiMidliirle
in, July <
midnight last night I'
land issued the following:
Proclamation by the president of
the I nited States.
Whereas |5\ reason of unlawful ob-
* nil b
iiat i'ois and as^ein- i ship of .Mr Sherman to place wool on
, | the dutiable list. Through the in-
! ' Vs "' i struineiilalil \ of Mr. Mel.nurin, Dein-
'11 '* ■" judgment of the | ((f mi«,hi>.-,i| | i. the action of the
ident to enforce by the ortlniary committee of the whole in exempting
of judi' ial proceedings the : the salaries of the United States
laws of the I'nited St ites within the
state of Illinois und the city of China*
ffo within said state; and
Whereas That for tho purpose
of enforcing tho faithful exocution . , i •. ,
„ , , ' , ........ . placed on the Ixll as a rider, without
.if the laws t the I nttad Htetea *nil I „ ,|ivjsi,m i. .....
und the president of the I 'nited
States from the operation of the in-
come tax was reserved in the senate.
A very important piece of legislation
in the shape of an anti-trust law
BLOODSHED IX CHICAGO, bloodshed at hammond. '
Olio Itloler Killed and >umt>«r of I'eo-
rmcAoo, July 0.—The rioting at
Hammond. Intl., culminated yestor- j
day afternoon in a conflict between
> the mob and Company 11. Fifteenth
; I'nited States insantry.
| < ii aiii.es Fi.kisi iik.n u laborer
Victor Vacter fatally
Will bin t'impbell. shot through l oth leys
Mrs Piemliu. ulioi In knee
Victor Bltte shot In lc^
Unknown nutn shot throush the wulst
A number of other people were
slightly injured, but were carried
away by their friends and secreted
and it will be impossible to learn the i
exact number of wounded.
The oltieer commanding the I'nited
States forces ma le public the follow-
ing telegram received by him from
protecting its property and removing
obstructions to the I'nited States in
the state ami city aforesaid, tho presi- j sure "integrity in the execution
dent has employed a part of the mill" " ' " '* 1 i«.- i
tary forces of the Unite I States.
Now. therefore. I. drover Cleveland,
president of the I'nited States, do
hereby admonish all goo 1 eitixen*,
and all persons who may be or may
come within the city and state afore-
said, against, aiding, countenancing,
encouraging or taking ny part In | Istencc, was agreed to.
such unlawful obstructions, comhina- ' P°n announcenient of the vote
.jit's, tiiul '•".■••"•''l ll.-.ii< -rats
threw hill- high in the air, nml amid
warn all p. rs„ns , I or " Ilf ]„|,i|,„|on ncDato ud-
niiy connected w ith such unlawful ob- jolirne,| unti| Fridny
struct ions, combinations and assem- j
even so much
designed, as Mr. Voorhees, chairman
>f the finance committee, said, to in-
law." it being ailinitted that any
tariff system afforded abundant op-
portunity for tho formation of trusts
The amendment to section ti, re-
pealing the reciprocity clause of tho
MeKinley lav*, declaring the repeal
should not be construed to abrogate
reciprocal arrangements now in cx-
1 lio Cm
blages, to disperse and retire peace-
ably to their respective abodes ou or
before 17 ocloclt noon. June '.I.
Those who disregard this warning
nnd persist in talcing part with a
riotous mob in forcibly resisting ami
obstructing the execution of the laws
of the 1'iiitc l Stites or interfering
with the functions of the government,
or destroying ami at tempting to do- „nn. IU(1111I1
stroy the property belonging to tho j fng thcNi^eii'aiid'a^ ha\VweV/ks that
I'nited Slates, or umler its protection, | the strikers have been out have they
garded otherwise than
' strlbom I orroii. n
In llio tiriwt II ii 11 run-I Hoyt-ntl.
( iim ai.o, July t. More than two-
thirds of the population of Pullman
are in actual want and some of them
are practically starving tn death.
Since the great railroad strike began
the relief committees have not been
active as formerly. At no time clur-
eal) not I'
riotous mob will t
tiou and forbear;
the accomplish mi
lyainst such a
ith all modcra-
of the desired
confront them will not with
certainty permit discrimination be-
tween guilty participants and
those who are mingled with them
from curiosity and w ithout criminal
contempt. Tho only safe course,
thcrctore, for those not actually n it -
lawfully particioating is to abide at
their homes or at least not to be found
in the neighborhood of riotous assem-
While there will be no hesitation or
vacillation in the decisive treatment
ol the guilty, this warning is especial-
ly intended to protect and save the
In testimony whereof 1 hereunto
set my hand and cause the seal of the
I'nited States to be hereto atllxed.
Done at the city of Washington this
8th day of July, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
ninety-four, ami the independence of
the I nited States of America tlie one
huudred ami eighteenth.
(iitovKit Ci.kvki.\si), president.
W. (,v (iiiKsiiAM, secretary of state.
ON THE MEMPHIS SYSTEM.
1 lio Tie-1'|
I on i Si.
I Hill plot O lit III
Ti', Ivan., July t'. -Tho tie-
up on tlie Fort Scott and Memphis
road is complete. Not a wheel is turn-
ing in tho yards in this city. All
trains have been abandoned. The
roundhous' is shut pown. Many
freight trains are tied up along the
road on sidetracks, and tho eugiues
and cabooses have been brought to
Ihhminoiia m. Ala., July 9.— No trains
except one carrying mail running on
the Kansas City, Memphis ami Birm-
ingham railroad. Kvcn the telegraph
operators have joined the tie-up on
Seiu.nokiki.n, Mo.. July !>. — The
strike situation oil the Memphis rjute
is unchanged here to-day. All tho
shop and round house men are out
and the company is making no at-
tempt to run trains. A number of
strikers have been lu the yards all
day but everything Is quiet nnd
been overstocked with food supplies,
but since the \uiericau Hailwav union
began ils great lie up the greater
strike hits overshadowed tho smaller
one. nml the Pullman strikers have
found it far more difficult to*keep tho
wolf from tlie door.
The long rows of tenement houses
which compose the town of Pullman
are still occupied by the people who
lived in them when the strike began.
There lias been no attempt made to
evict the in. Nobody is paying rent.
The company evidently realizes that
it would be easier to squeeze milk out
of a cobblestone than to get money
from a Pullman striker. On the 1st
of June the agents called at, each
house and left the monthly rent bill.
Chairman Pnllans of the relief com-
mittee made the startling statement
to-day that out of Ii.non people who
wore dependent upon the Pullman
company for support previous to the
strike, about I.'I.UOO are now depending
on charity, which has been none too
liberal of late, and a deplorable state
of affairs is tlie result.
KENTUCKIANS USE PISTOLS.
Two Moil Killo.l m..I
Woiuidod In a stroel
Cati.kttsruiio, K.v.. July 7.—In a
street encounter here last night John
and Hallard Faulkner, brothers, were
instantly killed and Charles and Dave
Justice mortally and ballard Prymalc
seriously wounded. lie is now in
jail together with Lou Cole, a mem
ber of the Cincinnati lumber Arm of
C. Crane and company, who was in
volved in the dispute. The trouble
was over a woman who was sick upon
the streets and whom the Justice boys
claimed was being neglected by the
town authorities, Mallard Faulkner
was a member of the council.
LOOTED BY COAL MINERS.
A Co in puny sitiro hi spring iwlli-r. III.,
I loNiiod Out In short Orilor.
Spring Valley, III., July f .—A mob
of Lithuanians, men, women and chil-
dren, gathered in front of the coal
company's store last night, t.oou
strong, and began to hurl stones
through the windows. This was soon
followed by tho breaking in of the
door*. H very one took all the goods
be could carry away.
The store contained a stock valued
atSLOOOand there was not a dollar's
worth in it at midnight The police
made no resistance, as the people
were in dire need of food.
MEMPHIS SHOPS SHUT DOWN.
THE WHITE CITY BURNED.
All llio M| ln lltilblbig* of tlio World'
Pair, I soopi five, l>o«trnyed.
OlK'Am., .1 ulv r. All tho mai|, I '«• .> ■ ' « rk «•■ •-
buildings „t tho world's fnir. \ °' ,h" ll, l'k
tho Horticultural building, thn Wo- Kansas Cm, Mo., July 0. -Tho
nu n s building, tho Art palace, tho 1 Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis
Mnchiuerv hall ami tl.o I nited States ! 'ullivay shops in Kansas City were
government building, wen- almost ' closed yesterday by order of Presi-
entirely burned last night. They dent George II. Nettleton. and to-day
were the property of the Columbian ' over 4(h) men who worked there are
Lxposition Salvage company and had out of employment. At the same
been purchased for about 100,000. I time work was suspended at the
A FARM HAND'S MAD FREAK. -pringlleld shops where .TOO men arc
! employed, ami the same general order
Two ilnr«o4 Killed, pigeon lllood liritiiw throws out of work about 100 men
Mud Knit-bio Made sure. along the line, all on account of the
Wichita, Kan . July 3. Yesterday tie-up of the line resulting from the
a farm hand named Ward, living \ strike of switchmen ami firemen.
eight miles from here, killed two good
horses with an axe while tho family
was at church, wrote a note that his t «n«r«l ^ehoHold Orders tlie Northern
body would be found burned, went to Purine opened Hjr tlie uitlt r.v.
thf pigeon house, killed several j Washington, ,I tine ti. —General Scho-
pigeons an I drank their blood am! field ha* sent orders to tieneral Mi
MORE FEDERAL ORDERS.
Chicago, July 7.—Six dead and an
Indefinite number of injured is the
record of casualties in the strike con- ,
fiicts in Chicago Friday.
Incendiarism was rainpunt, alarm
after alarm followed in quick succes-
sion all day and night an I at 11 o'clock
the glare reflected from the heavens j
showed that the dastardly pistiine j
continued unabated. From early
morning until midnight reports of '
fresh fires followed each other with 1
startling rapidity, being confined,
however, principally to railroad roll-
ing stock and buildings, against
which thus far the greater part of
the mob's fury has been directed.
Last night with flaming torch law-
less hordes of fire-bugs were at work
at a score of points in the south half
of Chicago. Fires were raging in
every direction among the numerous ;
railroad yards, hundreds of cars and
tens of thousands of dollars' worth of
merchandise have already gone up in
smoke or been carried oflf by the
frenzied mob of rioters.
Karly yesterday morning a bla/.o
started among some overturned oars
at Kensington, quickly comiQUtii-
cating to other tracks tilled with long
lines of cars, many containing valua-
ble merchandise, were soon bla/.ing
furiously. Fanned by strong winds,
thero were at this point a total of
eighty cars wiped out. At the stock
yards one blaze after another was re-
ported, and from the outlying dis-
tricts came urgent calls for engines
and police protection, increasing in
Hut with the falling shades of night
came the climax of the fiery festival.
| The Panhandle yards from Fift.v-tifth
I to Sixty-third streets, right blocks, .
i were a mass of fire. Ten tracks con-
taining from 1,000 to 2,000 cars, half !
j of them loaded, were a total loss. No
water being at hand the lire had to
: burn itwelf out.
Tho 1'anhandle station at Sixtv-
i third street was also tired and de-
stroyed. The Grand Trunk yards at
Hinton was a soa of flame. Five hun-
dred box cars are supposed to have
i been burned, and efforts to check tho
flames were futile.
At midnight all the cars iu theyards
had been destroyed. The mob showed
much method in its incendiarism and
hundreds of ears were rifled and their
contents carried away before the
torch was applied. The loss in this
yard is estimated at 81,200,000.
The flag shanties and other railroad
property were burned, and no water,
except from one plug at Fifty-first
street, could be obtained. While di-
recting the movement of the Kleventh
hattallion at this point Fire Marshal
Fltzpatrick was seized by the thor-
oughly frenzied mob of fire-bugs and
thrown into a pond, from which he
was rescued by the police more dead
than alive. Everything at this point
, will probably be a total loss.
1 The aggregate of the losses to tli;
railroads will be enormous. Miles of
their tracks have been mine I by the
tierce heat: hundreds of switch and
signal towers with their expensive
mechanism are utterly ruined.
Thousands of ears and untold quan-
tities of merchandise of every imagin-
able description have fed the flames
and gotged the larders of thieves;
valuable locomotives have been
wrecked and disabled: miles of j
tangled wires und prostrate poles lit-
ter the ground.
The assaults of the mobs, however,
were not met with the passive re-
sistance which characterized the i
course pursued Thursday. On two
occasions, at least their attacks were 1
met with accurately aimed lead.
During a riot over an incoming milk
train at Kensington a deputy I'nited
States marshal shot and killed two
strikers and during the afternoon the
deputies guarding an incoming Haiti-
more and Ohio passenger train re-
plied to the volley of shots and stones
which the strikers showered upon
1 them by turning their revolvers loose.
killing four of their assailants nnd
. wounding a number of others.
MAN1 killed 1x1) wounded
Hinton and llliuoM v«tionil (iimril
j Chicago, July 9.—The strikers and
' the state of Illinois came together
Saturday afternoon aud a pitched bat-
I tlo was the result
I The number of killed and wounded
! will never be known, us the mob car- j
riod off a number of men who were
I seen to fall. How many were killed
or how many were wounded it is at
this time impossible to ascertain.
John Hurke and Thomas Jackson,
rioters, were killed almost outright, j
] Among the injured was Annie Siegler. 1
j who had to have her left leg ampu-
! The fight occurred at the intcrsee- ,
I tion of Forty-ninth street and the
1 Oraud Trunk tracks, a locality which I
has always had an evil name, and
j which can produce any day two |
J toughs for every square yard of terri- j
tory within a radius of half a mile.
Four or five people were killed and j
; an unknown number wounded in a
tight at the Panhandle road at Twen-
ty-second street Saturday night by i
| deputy marshals.
the pope to america. j
Icaluro* of the Kuoycllo;i| lo tho t «lh-
nlb-a of Thl« Country.
Nf.w York, duly 1>. A special from
Ilaltimore, Md., says that the last en-
cyclical of Fops Leo XIII has been re-
ceived at thearehe plscopal residence,
and by the courtes* of Cardinal I Jib-
'""ls Kntfllsh translation u( , it,.,
the Latiu text has been prepared. ; i\rst victory won by Senator Hill In addition
The encyclical i„ n,l.lro,e.i f. the i ^£," & •
people of the I nited States and para- i y,. ivit. r Pop.. Joined Mr Hill
graphs from it are as folh
July 2 -Tlie son ito begin formal con idern (
I lion of the tariff l<ill •> amended in commit
; tro of tbo whole The sugar stno.lule which
over.-h idowed In importance the other ncho.
! uloi und was considered the pivot upon which
the fatrt of tho measure depended, went (
through lhe trylntr or leal and escaped wi n ,
only one amemimont That amendment mil l'
the repeal of tlio str'ar bounty and tIk* sugar ;
schedule ro Into effect Ituuiedialoly on tho I
o of the bill inHteud of Junuary I
j adoption of Ih
Comniatiilln nffl or I'nitiil Stales Troop *
(ieneral Seholield wires that Governor M.it
thews of Indiana has asked the president that (
three comptales of Tinted States troops it-
seut to llumuiou i lo disper <* the moti or
rioters. This makes your dutv aud tint of
t he troop. plain You are to Ore upon any
mob or men obstructing the Hue of road and
hold the place until further orders
Hy command of Major (ieneral Mile
It Is with the same burning charity that
now turn toward these people who in a in ..-
recent age. under the iuttuence of exc ptional ,,u-'
coiivtil.loiM. temporal and materi n . felt the
hosoiu of the Komun ehurch Forgetful of
pant vicissitudes, l.-t them raise mete spirit
a'ove human things and consider the church
founded by Jesu« - hrlst If thev will
then eomparj their own ehurch with
this ihurch and see to what a pass n
lljlon has come with them they will udmit
readily that having forgotten the prirui
live tradition^ tn scv ral initio taut points the
ebb and flow of variety has mail" theni si.p
into new things And tin will not dc .> that
of the truths which the authors of this ne-.v
.state of things had takeu with them when
thev seceded hardly any certain formula re
thin? of Importance was done
f hi It was passe J hy a vote
of .U to 39 aud th" senate adjourned till Frl-
.Inly:. The events of interest in the house
wa> i cablegram of i oti rat ul ition-- from the
llru/iiiun chamber of deputies t ith> li u . ,.f
representatives on the i Hill an iii
versary <if Aineii.an independence
:i in i i lie adoption of th' tariff
bill The latter emtst excited Democratic ap
plans, and the bill was laid on the apeak
The I'.ral Item mi of the Mareti
Is u< t a spook, but a reality. It is ntithers
"bogie" nor ii "kelpie," nor any otber ol
those spirits which the credulous have sup-
posed to hnnnt the bnnkn of rivers ami
strentns after dark. Its name is malaria, anil
though iuvisible.ti is veiy terrible und tenac-
ious when II ncUesjo t. Ilostetter'a Htomsch
Ititterv drives It awuj, nor will It altark those
Whose Bj.-lenis are foitilled with the great
inedlcinnl defensive agent. The tuias'iiatio
mists of early morning, the vapors exhaled at
eventide mav he afcly breathed by those pio-
t-cted by ine ilim-n In the tropics where
i v ry IbYin of malarial disease i hr.-ali lis I tie
Kijoinner, and h piirlieuligly virulent when
develojied, i1.111<■ r-t is the beot n lisiiceof
TO 1 III ST It ll\ I
lie Calls | |ioii I hem lo Mistiiln I rom
lets of lliilfliirp.
I'HlrAiio, .1 nly I'resideul Ibb-
has issued the following proclama-
"To All Striking Kmployr,
"In view of the report of disturbances In
various localities, I deoin it mv duty to cau-
tion yen against being a party to any violation
of law. municipal, state or national, dnrltij
the existin g difficulties We have repeatedly
declared th it we rejpect Uw and or ler, and
our conduct must conform lo our profession
Tho libotlv of tne stale however, need not
arouse rlvalrloi and antaKouisms for the
church aspire* to no power and obeys
i by t nts
means assure their eternal salvatl m Anil sr
it uses condescension and material processes
more than this bavin/ re ord to the require
menls of all sc
eicrcbe of Its
abundantl> by its
ii rl rhM. us has h'cn diown
Nothing Is further Iro.n it • thouirhts
than to trespass upon the ri this of civil an
thorlty, which in return should respect the tor '1 --
rlirhts of Ibe church and beware of usurping | -. (lf
table a joint resolution to authorize the
.secretary of the navy to continue the employ
ment of mechanics and laborers ill navy yards
who have been discharged owing lo the failure
or coiure - io pass the appropriation bills.was
passed utter soil! • tart remarks from Messrs.
cannon and Heed. The bill to subject instate
taxation nan nil bank notes and United
State* treasury notes consumed the entire
afternoon, und no conclu ion had been reached
when the house adjourned at 5:16 o'clock
.nly l The senate held a short session and
adjourned at i ■> until Monday without hav-
ing transacted any basilic<n of Importune*.
In the lions ! the tariff bill was referred i■
the ways and means committee
July 7 -When the house met the .senate tar
iff bill was reported by the ways and means
committee with i be recommendation of
should be first to apprehend
or bring him to justice We must triumph u
law abiding citizens or not at all.
"The railroad mainwers have sought to
make it appear that their trains do not move
because of the lnlerferenoo of the strikers
The statement is an uu<|iialifted falsehood
and no one knows this better than the rain
agers themselves The/nriko this falsehood
serve their purpose of . ailing out the troop-
• Kespect tlie law conduct • "
rights of the church
anvlpart of t uem
And if now we can consl ler wha
In : In our time, what tendency do
many of the churches'' Suspected, disdained.
hated accused, and. what Is worse no efforts
are spared to hrln/It under the yoke of civil |
authority Its property Is confiscated and its ,
liberties narrowed ils education of the as pit-
ants to the priesthood ia hampered reli loiis |
soeioties are dissolved or forbidden In short )
we witness a revival of all the ro-'alist meth i
Otis. This is it \ ioi ;| t 'Oil of the richt- of the
church It Is prep irin lament ible catastro i
i he t f r society, for it la the open contrail ic- i
tion of th- plans of Hod The state has its
own ri hts and duties The church h is h"rs ordc
Hetwe-n them should he bonds of strictest
t ncorl vo would surely be suppressed the i P*
unrest visible in the re i tiion. of church und
Another irrave porll to unity i< the Masoni ■
-ect, a formulablo dim which h i- Ion r ij
pressed all nations sn l e-pecially tho Cath
tin'part of the house, Messrs Wilson ol
e-i Vir.-inia McMillin of Tennessee, Turner
of (ieor-'ia ami Mont oinery of Kentucky
Democrats an.i Heed of Maine. Hurrow.s «d
Michigan and Payne of New York, Hepublfc
Mav Ood, i
ill Ills power the
(.ol wh-> holds temporary
A Full Mate Ticket Nominated— Over*
•never for Governor
Topkka, Kan., July i' - The Demo-
cratic state convention was called to
by Chairman W. C. Jones at -:3c
I p. m. Tuesday. W. < Perry tempora-
ry chairman and W. II. II l'epperell
! secretary. After the 'ippolntment of |
committees the convention adjourned |
| till 7 o'clock. tin reassembling the;
• and i
and -l ei
All kinds of trulc- nre ou record,
but it probably remuinrd for Oklaho-
ma to produce u ease of two men trad-
ing official positions. When the t her
okce strip wes opened hist fall, says
the t'hiciiyo Times. Kriink IMinonwas
appointed sberilV of cotiuly i, and
.lames I.ee eouuty clerk. After serv-
ing six months each iiuiit became coil
vinced tluit he would like the other %
ottiee. and so concluded t< make t^.-
change. Tlu-y went to tiuthrio, saw
the governor, and gained his consent
to the exchange. Then each signed,
und the governor appointed Pinion
clerk and Lee sheriff.
said the deacoi
see you here."
to the umpiiv
iiones. I did not sii|>-
an.vthing for basebull.'*
ii. "I am surprised to.
"I didn 1 come out to.
said the sensational
I get a good many i-v
ly sermons from heuriiiff
on llic cheap Kents talU
I udianapoiis JournaL
l>\ N >
■ i:i a> i \I.im .
Au Kt pi OS lou OeeilCs lu the I lr« Ito* of
M Sunlit | > I.ncounit Ive.
Pi kiu.o, Col., July ti.- The most das-
tardly piece of word in Colorado since
the beginning of the strike was done
yesterday. A freight, train of the
Santa Ke road left here shortly
after 7 o'clock Saturday night shortly
after which a terrific explosion was
heard. It developed that u piece of
of dynamite had been exploded in the
tire-box of the locomotive that was
hauling the departinj.' train. The lo-
comotive was lifted from tlie track
and badly damaged. The engineei
and fireman miraculously escaped
with no injuries except a severe shak-
ing up. It is supposed that the dyna-
mite was placed in tlie coal by some
miscreant, and that the ti re mar
shoveled it into the Hre-box during I
the performance of his duties.
GOVERNOR STONE OBJECTS.
was nominate.) by acclama- j
tion: For governor, David Over- ^
meyer of Shawnee county; for .
lieutenant governor, Sidney ti. Cooke j
of Dickinson county; for associate jus-
tiec, J. D. Met levcrty of Itourbm.
county; for secretary of s'ate, H. J.
Iteming of Cowley county: for att
K % \ ■ \
The si I nation l.ooks lletter for All I he
Itnad* The Worst Over.
Kansas City, .Mo., July There
was a decidedly easier feeling among
local railroad men yesterday and a
conviction that the worst of the
strike, so far as it affected travel
and traffic here, had been passed.
The union depot and the freight
yards were unusually quiet during
the entire day nnd no external
evidences of a strike were apparent.
Switching crews were at work in all
parts of the yards, and the usual
Sunday travel was not interrupted,
the con.iitio.i being exactly as for the
past few days.
Wants to Know What Deputy Marshals
Are Doing at Slater.
Kansas City, Mo., July ."i.—(Jovernor
Stone wants to know by what
right the I'nited States courts
and marshals presume to interfere
with the free action of the
people of Missouri at Stater and other
points where trains are stopped by
the strikers, lie has written a long
letter to General Shelby, I'nited
States marshal for this district, de-
manding to know by what right he .
has plac d deputy marshals at points the Chicago platform: indorse tin
within the state. ' ' Wilson bill; demand free coinage of
.The letter frum first to last is full Uitver at a ratio of 111 to 1: favor ar
of suiTL'.-stions that the I'nited Mates I irrigation Appropriation hv congress j
has (tone heroiul its authority when fan r a national commission to in
.lenutv marshals Here place,I lit sta- I vestiKate the immigration i|iicstlou
ti.,ns within the state oI Missouri to I declare that separation "f church an,
protect trains : statc may be maintained; favoi
cieneral'Shell,v replied hricllv that i 'egislatioii regulation the relations 1
III protecting the tnlu ha WM osrry- of capital ami labor; Indorse
inif out the orders ,,t the I nited 1 Senator John Martin; favor pension-
States courts for the protection of . ^or deserving ex-soldiers: call foi
1 iiupnweincnt of public roads; demand
Keno county: for auditor, W. K. [
Itanksof Kussell county; for treasurer
llarney Lantry of ('has- county; for
congrcssman-at-largc, Joseph ti- i
Lowe of Washington county; fot j
superintendentt M. II. Wyckoff ol
The resolutions indorse. I'resident
Cleveland's administration; reaffirm >
U Ideljr Dlltrrent.
t!le Did you ever hear that Jagson'*
wife speaks two languages'.'
She N os
He What are they?
'I he one for company and the other
for Jagson Tit-Hits.
A Popular One.
First lhirnstormer \nd may 1 ask,
me boy, what is your favorite role".'
Second liarnstorincr Hy my faith, I
will freely tell you 'Tis the payroll.
All the studeiits of the violineello at
present at the loyal academy of music
in Knglaml arc women. Women violin
players have increased greatly in num-
bers in httiopc of late years.
Scrawley Smart Miss Flasher is one
of the most versatile voting ladies I
Scribhlesy l.ittlc In what respect?
"She can tie a four-in-hand, hold a
four in-hand or drive one with equaj
facility." - New York World.
the good sid
sweetness of temper, a
g of charily, for it makes
of 1 ad things even more
ik side of good
property in their hai
men at Slater he was protecting tlie "" " i^ ai « t .... ..........
I'nited States which lie proposes to j issuanee of bonds except for public
\ l it
The (.leMt su-ike I'rnetlenlly
In Tint < Ity.
Sr. I.or is, Mo., July 8.—The great
railroad strike, so far as St. Louis
is concerned, may be said practically
to be approaching an end aud the
only desideratum now is ability to
transfer to outlying railroads traffic |
originating here and hauled over
divisions having St. Louis us the
originating point, tin the west side
of the river the return last night of
the Missouri Pacific switch and yard
men has resulted in the trooping back
to work of all but forty of I ho 3.*><>
men hitherto engaged in freight-yard
work in the various yards on the West
Train* Ituiuiliis on lloth tlie Southern
I'Melfle oii.l SmiiIm l"e I.'imiI*
San Francisco, July !' Local trains
were run yesterday over both South-
ern Pacific aud Sauta Fe lines, the
latter starting au overland with Pull
man attached. A train also arrived
at Los Angeles from Albuquerque
with a Pullman Keports from Oak-
land and Sacramento are to the effect
that everything is quiet. There is no
word of federal troops having been
ordered yet to either of these points
continue to protect.
Kll.l.l-:i> llY A WOMAN.
A Striking llurllinjtoii I niploye [Shot by
ii Fireuian'< Wife.
Chicago, July 8. -Herbert Letters,
a striking C. 11. & Q. employe, was
shot and instantly killed by Mrs.
William J. Lehmann. Lehtnann took
the place of a C. H.
fireman who went on
Accompanied by his w
started to go to work. Th
met Letters who iinuiediatelt
into conversation with them
buildings and public works, demand a
constitutional convention; demand re-
submission of the prohibitory ques-!
tion; oppose woman suffrage: and con I
denin the "Ilepublican returning
board frauds" in Kansas in 189'.', ami
the disgraceful conduct of Uepublicai j
and Populist parties during the legis ;
lative war of 1803.
The resolutions as originally re- I
ported contained the money plank ol j
the Chicago platform, but after a de j
bate of two hours the Hi to 1 plank .
reported by the minority of the coin .
mittce was substituted.
Nathan Cree of Wyandotte al.s<
jeet being to persuade Lehmann t« | woman suffrage", but his was the only
joiti the strikers. A fight ensued an I
Lehmann threw Letters down. Dur-
ing the fight Mrs. Lehtnann stood
looking on. but when she saw her
husband struggling on the ground
with his assailant she lost her self-
control and drawing his revolver from
his hip pocket she fired a shot at
the man. The bullet struck Letters
in the heart. He died instantly.
CLEVELAND NOW TIED UP.
rote it i
J. W. Orr, John C. Sheridan, J. T. j
Leonard Hugcne 1 lagan, H. L
St rot her. Charles Alexander, John S
Richardson and T. M Dolau were ap
pointed a state committee at large ti j
assist the regular cominittcen iu thf j
conduct of the campaign.
THREE WOMEN KILLED.
1 lie Amerlea
nil Order* IliK l imill AfTeete t.
ci.Kvt:i.v\i>. Ohio, July 7. -After an
all-night session of the American Kail-
way union in which every road run-
ning into this city was represented, it
was decided yesterday morning to tie
up every line centering iu Cleveland.
At Hi o'clock every road leading
into the city, with the single excep-
tion of the Nickel I late, had felt the
effect of the strike. Freight traffic
on all lines was more or less congested
and the suspension of passenger
traffic in many cases seemed immi-
nent. The Nickel Plate had general-
ly abandoned passenger trains for the
consequence of the tie up on
ST It 1 K I .
AT SI.ATI K.
the western end of the road.
I \ volt imi'Ki ns
then shot himself in the left breast,
after bo had set Hre to the pigeon
WIFE MURDER AND SUICIDE
11 is said that Cieorgo Meredith
writes each chapter over th ee or
four times before he i* satisfied with
it. Perhaps thero is some relation
lie I ween these r< writings und tho
number of times his readers ha. o to
go over his chapters in order to
Ki i s i n schooners and ono steainor
arrived at Baltimore one day last
week all laden with tro, ical fruits
The cargo embraced ti...*>7 1 do/.on)-
of pineapple-, an 1 1 >. •' bunches ol
banana*. Baltimore merchant* sectn
to think that tint fruit trade is worth
As American ship just arrived at
New York reports a whole school ol 1
h'h serpents, and President Jordan, !
who is a whole university,says there |
are no sea serpents Another clash j
In edue&tiouul circles
Till dueling system of Italy Is It
urgent need of radical reform Tw<
gentlemen who had disagreed wen
actually wounded on the field o
honor recently. : uclt a gross vlo
lation of fin de sieole etiquett<
siiould not go unrehuked.
A San Jcjse butohor complain - that
while seeing the sight- of San Fran-
cisco he lost a 12,2!) > ring The m
ferencu is that tho butchei bu.'inosi
in Sau Jose ls worth cultivating i
even to tho neglect of the siglita ol
ritt at St Paul, and lieneral Otis at
Vancouver barracks, directing them
to use their forces to open up com-
munication throughout the entire
length of the Northern Pacific road.
A K noble nosier. Mis. Mmi shoot* itu The position taken is that this road is
Wife lie ««i Mild KIIH nil...elf " military and mail line. Similar or-
Wakki nkhi Mo.. .Inly n. \e„r will Portly ls ,.e co«rln, th.
..... . . > . : entire Union Pacific system.
Knobkuostcr, ten miles from here, > £_
yesterday, John Tittsworth, who had Th« I luance* of MImoiitI.
been separated from his wife for some Jr.FKKltsox City, Mo. lily —The
time, went to her home and shot hei
and then shot himself, both dving
within twenty iniuntcs.
It ti rift tin* (ioddrmi of l.lliertv-
ny a sin noton . Jul\ I ho Coxey
cotnuionwealers went through the
spectacular performance of "Burying
tlie (ioddes* of Lib rty" in front of
tho capitol at noou yesterday. It
whs the sequel of the demonstration
of May i, when according to Coxey
and Browne, Liberty «as mortally
wounded, and lingered until she ex-
pired on the Fourth of July.
Wmltri at Nfhnnlm l Ity.
Nriirahka City, Neb., July 7.—Over
<00 "commonwealera" belonging to
Hog.ins arm. arrived here last
evening and inarched up Cent ral ave-
nue bended b\ the Light Guards band.
Speeches were made, a good collec-
tion juiscd and enough food secured
lo lust till they should arrive in St.
Joseph. Good order prevaile I.
Wlnnns i lend
Hamui no, Mich . July rt.—Ex-Gov-
ernor Ldivin B W mans died at his
home here at 4: !'• o'clock vesterday
afternoon of heart disease While
deceased had not been iu good health
for several month v the, attack which
proved fatal w sudden
Wnintin stt II*for* I rain*.
bpnt: orn r.D 111 July f . —In order
to try to delsy trains on the Wabash,
wives of the at rikfrs literally sat upon
tue tracks yesdesday. Soldiers llnal-
)f removed the ax with difliuulty.
state treasurer to-da iied with Gov-
ernor Stone his monthly report It
shows the following balance « n hand
June 1: 81.489,07't.oi: receipts for
June, |3.*i7.2l I.disbursements for
June. WV«l,?iH .H(l; balance in treasury
July 2. 11.038, t>75.4 7 The earnings of
the Missouri penitentiary for Juno
were I(>' . ' (>r the disbursements in-
clude the pay ment of I'.MH.OOO per
cent bonds Mud six months'interest oq
the bonded debt of the state.
On* Hundred lirnn io*r|.
Bi pa Pkstu. July .V —A ferry boat
boat which was crossing the river
Thies, was capsized with 2(K) people
on board. It is reported that about
100 of the passengers were drowned.
At Goodrich, Kan.. J. 11. Maples,
the village blacksmith, waa shot and
almost instantly killed by C. C. t on-
ley, a carpenter Conley received a
fatal wound Renewal of an old feud
over business matters was the cuuse
<i*n*r*l s ndrr« Mnrrl*d.
LravknwonTll, Kan. July 7.—(ien-
eral John Sherman Sanders, whose
army of coinmonwealers were recent-
ly sent to mil by Judge Thomas of ,
the I nited States i ourt silting here. '
and Miss F.tta Bell daughter of Mr.
und NH- I II Bell, were married at
i o'clock ^'estorday at the home
i of the bride's parents two miles south
of Lansing, b . the Rev Briggs chap-
lain of the state peaitentiar
In New York prices of dresse I
meats ha'e *dxan 1 n con..«quenos
of the railway str.ke iu tlu* West Wi
and 4 cents a pound, according ic
II* ll*li«>v«ii I li.il I lie < rl«i« llto 11 ii
I Jinl t ipvrli no More Trouble.
Chicago, July u.—"I believe the
crisis has been passed, and that thero
: will l e no more serious trouble." said ;
I Mayor Hopkins last night. "The shoot -
j ing into the mob by state troops Sat- !
j unlay aftcrnoou has shown the law- ;
I less element what it may expect, if |
it persists in its outbreaks against 1
law and order. Thugs nml criminals 1
who have been masquerading in the
strike as workmen evidently believed I
i the soldiers would not fire ou them :
1 But they know better and will, if I
am not greatly mistaken, be more
! careful in the future."
8111 ATION AT TOI'KKA.
>1 «• oilier* of Ibe \. K. I'. Knjotneil by
Toi'KKA. Kan., July i*. — United
States District Attorney Perry, upon
instructions from Attorney General
Olney, has commenced proceedings
in the Federal court here under
the conspiracy act of ltwo. to re-
strain Kugene V. Oebs, George \V.
Howard, the American Railway union
nnd all ils members from interfering
; with inter-state coin mi' ce on any of
i the roads operating in Kansas. The
I order prayed for waa allowed by
Judge Foster and copies were placed
' in the hands of deputy marshals to be
j served. The names of I'.OOO members
of the union appear in Judge Foster's
Merloni Slliintlnn In Onmlm.
GUTHRIE, Ok., July 9.—Railway
traffic is completely demoralized in
the territory Ncarlv nil freight
trains are at s stand -i ill and pa - en-
ger trains ver\ irregular Supplies
of sugar, rice and other groceries ar<
All F.mployo* Have Iteported for Work
I'relglit Ti'hIim Vloilint
Slatkk, Mo., July m. The strike is |
practically declared off at this di-
vision. The conductors, engineers |
and two-thirds of the brakcinen have ,
reported for work. It is thought that ;
the firemen will go to work, provided !
the company will re-omploy them, i
Two through freight trains were got- ;
ten out last night, ono east and one j
MASSIMi TUB TliOOPS.
< lileajjo Will Soon ! «• w V it VIHilary
Lakk Front, Chicago. July 0. (ien-
eral Miles and staff have been at their
headquarters tho entire day, and,
from the preparations being made,
the city will soon bo a vast military
camp. By to-night cavalry, artillery
and infantry will arrive from various
sections of the country.
TO MISSOURI'S CITIZENS.
<iov*rnoi- stone laaum it I'rorlwmatIon
1 ailing for I ptioldini; of tlie Ian
Jkffkkson City, Mo., July 0.—Gov-
ernor Stone has issued a proclama-
tion calling on the citizens of Missouri
to uphold the law lie warns all
against interference with either pas-
senger or freight trafilce, and says
railroads must be allowed to run their
trains free of interference if they can
find men to do it. He warns all per-
sons that he will enforce the law re
gardless of consequences.
More Men Idle Thau K fr.
Ni.w York, July 7.—Bradstreet's
says: "Calculations as to the number
of men out of work are not complete,
but there is little doubt that the total
number of idle as a result of this rail-
way tie up far exceeds the outcome of
labor trouble in thiy
llead by a Mllltiumi
Jnlv • —v
o'clock last e emojjr Private H W
Lange of Compau H, Third Missouri
National Guard, shot anl k:!!od Ben
Hawkins, a negro boy about _• y *acs
of age It wat puitlv accidental
A D*flclt of Nearly •70,000.000.
Washinoton, July 5.—The compara-
t v tateinent of the receipts and ex-
penditures of the government for the
fiscal year ended June 10. 1*04. Issued
at the treasury yesterday, shows the
receipts to have been V.irt.!W0,3;it Hn''
the expenditures *l u,."i'iI.3which
leaves a deficit of frtf. >33,OJ3.
llanh in H ikrndi A «lgnt.
Carroll ton. Mo. June v—The
Ta merV bank at Wakenda made an
, assdjnmentyfistefdiy. Judge Kimble
of tijis place wis ustned as assignee
i Poor collections the cause
CAPTURED A TRAIN.
Kelly'* W calera Take 1'ossesstou of ii
t lienapeake and Ohio f reight.
CaTTLKTsnt'ito, Ky., July 9. — Kelly
wealers who captured the cast-bound
freight train on the Chesapeake and
Ohio at Vnnceburg, arrived at Kenova,
W. Va., at daylight. Governor Me-
Corkle ordered Companies 1 and G of
Huntington to proceed to Kenova and
intercept tho army. Under directions
of Sheriff Lambert the militia ar-
rested them ami are uow guarding
them near tne depot.
The governor and four le tral advis-
ers arrived at Ken ova on a special
train and tried lo induce the army to
go back to Kentucky which they re-
fused to do.
PREN DERG AST NOT INSANE.
I h* i IiI. iro AnHa*s|n Uu*l Ite Hanged
lu Ten Hay* l'nle«« Reprieved.
Chicago, July 5.—Tho jury in the
Prendergast case found the prisoner
not insane and lie will be hanged July
13 unless reprieved.
('hrlntlan I ndeavorer* I toured.
Ci.kvki.ard, Ohio, July P.—A com- !
mittec from the American Railway 1
Union called at the headquarters of
the Christian Endeavor society to-day j
and assured its officers that the mem- i
bers of the American Railway Union i
would do everything In their power j
to (facilitate the movement of the
trains carrying delegates to the J
| Christian Endeavor meeting.
Iteady lo Walk Out.
Nkw VoHt. .Inly liistriet assem-
bly No. -10. Knights of Labor, held a
protracted meeting yesterday. The
; meeting adjourned to 0 o'clock, when
it was said that a dispatch was
awaited hourly from tirand Master
Workman Sovereign ordering out the
150,000 members of the orguui/.ation.
Troopi. From Fort Itlley.
JrNCTioN City, Kan.. July 0.—Yes-
terday was a busy day at Fort Riley.
Orders came at lis IS a. tn. from de-
partment headquarters for troops.
Puree batteries of light artillery
four troops of the Third cavalry, the
signal corps and a detachment of the
Hospital i > rp - left for Chicago over
the I niou Pacific.
ttankin Muaoii Succeed* ( llggett.
u AtHtRtt ron J Mi jr o rho attor&c
gt n t.l has appointed Rankin Mason
i^Asistant Uuited states attorne for
ti - di.slriet Kan.-u«, ice M rri
Scotland Memphis railroad struck am
killed Li/./.ie Breyfogle, aged .1!
years; Lena Breyfogle her sister,
aged II vears. both daughters ol
Hon. Lewis Breyfogle: also Edith
Carroll, aged 13 years, at the crossing
one mile north of Lencxa, at ."i:30 lasi
evening The Breyfogle girls were
going to L mi *xa to do some shopping,
and as the other girl was with then;
at home she went along. They had
not gone more than a half a mile from
home when they met with the acci-
ON THE SANTA FE.
Tlie 1'astencer Service Generally Ife-Fs-
tablished aud FrelgliU Moving.
Toi'kka, Kan., July — <ieneral
Manager Frey reports an improved
situation on the Santa Fe system, so
far as the movement of trains is con-
cerned Passenger trains are running
with little interruption and a number
of freight trains have passed thf
Deb*' Order* Helled.
Loi isvii.i.k, Kv., July 9 —An ordci
was received here to-day from Presi-
dent Dobs ordering out all American
Railway union incu on the Louisville
and Nashville road. A reply was
sent stating that the men had nc
grievances against the road and re*
fused to strike.
W ill -land by '1 lieir Contract.
Wichita, Kan., July 0.--Division No
338 of the order of Railway Conduct-
ors met at Eldorado and unanimously
adopted the following resolution:
"That we, as conductors of Eldorad
division No. 338, O. R. « remain 1<
to the company aud abide by our (
l ife U a Solemn I'ealil).
Remember now and always that life
is no idle dream, but a solemn reniitv
based on and encompassed by eternity.
Kind oui your task. Stand to it. The
night coineth when no man can work.
i oinniou sense is really uncommon
Age and enthusiasm always travel
iu opposite directions.
Everybody is just this much satis-
tied with himself he wouldn't change
places entirely with anybody in t?ie
It Is Not
What We Say
Hut what Hood's Bai tliat tells
tho story. Tho trreat volume, of evidem-o In tluv
form of uniitjrelia.se(|. voluutary t«Mtimoiiiiil
prove hcyoad doubt that
® %%■%%%■% /inrilla
Be Sure to Got
Hood's Pills cur. 1 Iliil , ; oomllwition.
•i Keen ns n taiot
Mall 4 frff in *■.h*ng for l.arps t.lnn rut
from I.I.Ill Cotfee wr.i|'|.er*, nml ,i • . ,-iit Ktnmpto
l> * poBtage. Write for ii-i m ..ur mher line I'nv
njluiii' W00LS0N SPICE CO .
tjO lluren Ht.. ToLKno, O.
v nnrj nprDllljr
* Hanltarluni, lia
Mine, A. RUPPERT.er-.tdih St.,N.V.CItf
WORN NICUT AND DAY.
v. tr s s
One Solution for I lie Trouble.
Nkw York, duly «. .
passed resolutions of sympathy
the A It. I'., and decided that the
only solution to the trouble lay in the
purchase of the railways by the gov-
I nuineer nnd I ireiimu Killed.
orn w\\a, Iowa. July (i.—The
Madison passenger train irolng
last night struck au obstruct
ditching the engine and hilling
engineer and fireman. It is belie
to have been the work of striker-
Colli I.* AIT«rl«il liy the Htrlke.
I Iks Moink.s, |
publican state c
and mav be late
I ire Mt tlnliorne.
a' '.i i - i "fk |.i ii i .nharuc
<0 MACII'NKHV, etc. -
llftve h««i.n t«l"d nnd /,
nowoll X Chase Mschinsry Co. ;
Hand or I
half the lal
m a k e s o u
third more but
va. .Inly 7 The Re
iivention was to-dHy
July 11 to July
ou account of tho
«isnoir.N k, h
when tire eon'
of T. IV Lovel
OtiO. Fully in
.. duly 5.—The cele-
med the general store
Estimated loss $30,«
Davis & Rankin Bi.dg. iS: Mfg. Co.
Ac'.i nts W.ntvt, Chicago, IIL
ItiR li'|iek.i Slitipn ( |(i««.«|.
I'oit.k \ Kan -Inly '..— l ne .Santa
Fe shops in this city were closed at
noon ■ estorda\ Nearly 1,000 men
were thrown out of employment.
In recent legal proceeding.- iu Eon-
don regarding the noise aud vibration
mused In a neighboring factory, a
pli"Uo£i*aph wiu> used to record tne&o
u aud reproduce them tn court
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 124, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 14, 1894, newspaper, July 14, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115548/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.