The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 245, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 9, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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TTTE OKLAHOMA 8TATF PAOTTATi, TTFsn.VY MOT!VINT. TTTtTtrATTY ! . WU.
Kauw?a between meals, botching, vom-
itiyg, flatulenca, fits of ncrvouu head-
ache, pain in (he Moniach, are a)!
symptom* of dyHpcpsis, and the longer
It ia neglected the harder it it to care it.
Radically and permanently care it—
strengthen and tone the htomueh and
other digestive organs for the natural
performance of their function*.
Accept no substitute for Hood's.
'• I had dyspepsia twenty-five years and
took different medicines but got no help
until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Have taken four bottles of this medlclns
and can now eat almost anything, sleep
well, have no cramps in my stomach, no
burning and uo distress." Mas. William
G IUrkot. 14 Olney St.. Providence. R. I.
Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to
cura and keeps the promise.
RUSSIA AND JAPAN
('•uo afiej iuojj peni^uoQ)
In MniK-hurlH since treaty rlghta are only
c -<'Xtxtliijr with sovereignty.
ICventusIly absorption of Manchuria hy
RnuOa would annul at once thoae right*
end privileges acquired by the puwith in
Will You Write a Postal
So a Sid Our Mil) Get Hell 1
•end no money—simply a poatal card,
giving the nam*' of nom« one who needa
help. Tell me the book to MOd
Then | v\il! dO tilts I will arrange With I
ti druggist it.-ar him so that h« may take
el* bottles Dr. 8h«><>p' Hcatoratlve. lie
MOST DESTRUCTIVE FIRE
IN THE COUNTRY'S HISTORY
One of the Country's Truest
ugglst win lull
Induce all who
I make this c
and I am wll"
■ i in in* (Continued from page one.)
Oip"aiKitWw'ny 1 1,111 only In aixjis and with illinlnUhlni! I
SESSION OF SENATE
Clay Will Vote for Treaiy-Lewis
and Clark Expositibn is As-
sured by $2,000,000 Ap-
In the past
multiply my cu
uat tne cured c
_ earn | have furnished
in hundreds of tboussnds
Just those term*, and .TO
paid gladly. Itecauae they
I pay Inst aa willingly when
I have failed
The remedy I*
of a lifetime's
e«| It hy watch!
of the most dl;
medy that <1
fftk i bring
very, the result
.* In thousanda
ph that physl-
whnt Ir will do.
i sti i-ngthcnlng
epeechew bj Mr it.
eupport of the par
-After listening to
It 1h like giving an engine
■team | give the weak orgun
to do Ita duty, and there Ik no othe
to make a weak organ well
Can you conceive of a sick one whci
will neglect audi n treatment, when I
take the entire risk?
Addrea* Dr. Shoop. Box «WBR Racine,
position on Sundays. and
nent memorial to l>*wls a
Mr. Ola> . -uloglsed Mr.
one of the finest president
had. and followet
Japanese Landing Troops.
Berlin, Feb. 8—A dispatch received
there from Fort Arthur na.va news baa I 1 •- had pi
been rinali there that Japanese troopa
have Iteeu landed at Maaampbo.
The dispatch savs further tliat the Rus-
sian wandtlpa with I'ort Arthur frequent-
ly put to sea and the InhsbltantM of Heoul
Sre uneasily expecting the arrival of the
a pan cmo troops.
induct of the administration in
lug will, tiic situation In Panama.
announced his com let th ii .i fla
violation of international law. hut
In the face of the present Iments he
bring himself to believe the V
ted the secsaslo
>ia Hook 4 lor Women
rt Hook for Men, sealed
leys Rook 6 on Rheumfetinm
\1 ilie Dnrlor's Itisk.
The burned area la a scene of com-
plete devastation. Nnmbsrlsss build-
ing* that wert the pride of Baltimore
were deatroyed. only smouldering de-
bris or walls or r^mnanta of walls re-
inslning to mark the alteg
NEWSPAPBRB BURNED OUT.
The Baltimore American building,
one of the flneat in tbe city 1h now a
On South street where stood the Bal-
timore Sun building only the pillar
that marked the front remains
Entire blocks Just below there are
wiped out. Front Fayette stsree'
down llolliday street aa fur aa Qerman j
street there ia no building left save |[
the Corn Flower KxchunKc and the «
corner of German street. That build-
Ing, whose walla tower above the „
crumbling walls of what were adjoin- i>
iiiK structures waa gutted and the j'•
atanding walla formed a cauldron, the !
flames burat at times through the win- a
dows but could cause no further dam- } *
age. in numerous other wrecked , *
buildings the flame* played about the
debris and threatended to weaken the'
foundation of the few walls that were
Thousands of Women Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect it.
GLOVtR CONDUCTS CASE
ve light for the firemen who are press*
a steadily Inward fsom the border of
le buru«d region.
The cordoiiN of guards completely en-
irclulg the nre area have restricted the
umber of spectators within a minimum.
•pee bt ing stretched across the streets
ith armed members of the federal and
• tlonil guard on duty to keep back the i * fi'ef'i.eTt'.",'
wde III the ctowds were found not I was oBt of health
>ly tlu inhabitants of Baltimore, bu* I Wse .-ul or health
lany visitors from Washington Annap-
lls. Wilmington and xurroundlriK towns
.•en us far away is Philadelphia, The *
e remarkuhly quiet and or- I
DIDN'T KNOW I HAD KIDNtY TROUBLE
I had tried so many remedies without
their having benefited me that I was about
da com aged, but In h few d«ys aftsi tak
Jng your wonderful Swamp-Root 1 began
IN'SIDR FIRE LINKS
Inside the lines, the streets wei
numbered with the debris of fallen
w a I is. mil asiile ' I "111 1 Ills I fn-re W:i ■ -
little difficulty In pi'tu tratlng anywhere. | ' /i
"k- li-.'s li.ivlng so : u in - ii.-, | i h. m.-'-lv es //
out that u few of the streets wer.- made1 /#:.
Impasstbls bv asat. Pratt strset, rtin- /ft
nhig from one en.I t.• Hie --!li<r -.f the
thoae permitted within the lines. F*ool-
rdlnsss was exhlhite I by sum. persons
10 ventured reckleKsly into tin- more
ngerous streets, but not unsupported
I tottering walls width even the flre-
11 avoided, but n. ith In a was done to
iieet them from their folly, the policing
tig almost entirely confined to toe
ircling lines of Kuard*
'he clearing away of the ruins will be
affair of months Kvery standlna
II must come down, and the whole
vt accumulation of debris lie carted
TROOPS AND ENGINEERS
Russia Took First 8tep.
T^ondon. Feb. 8 -In a dispatch dated
fiaansukl. Saturday. February fi, and
On tin silo
IK made by the diplomatic
correspondence h« would ha\e been com-
pelled to ciixt his vote agaliiHt tl.e treaty,
but the president's explanation, coupled
Willi his Kic..t ib-fire t• • have ,i • anal
built and the deep concern felt through
out the south for the enterprise, had
overcome hi* objections.
The somite pass.-d the following bills:
l-'lxlng the statutes of cha|>lalns In the
Washington. Fob X -Forecast
Kansas Mnow Tuesday; Wednes
day probably fail
Oklahoma and Indian Territory-
Cloudy Tuesday, probably snow o
rain; Wednesday fair.
KICKAPOO LAND CASE
Government Quickly Responds to Bal- .
. . r / , -'ll\ bad no appetp.-. w.m lixtv n
timore. Request for Aid. „,th h,,„'d.„.h„ ,
. : did not know thit r.iv Kidneys w
gton, Feb. g.—Governor Warfield ] W trouble, nut soineh.
*| BIKB GRIM TOWBR
' "Ice ii grtm tower In the ruins stands
walls of the ii story Continental
it company building. The walls of. — —,
Itaitliuore and Ohio building arc also telegraphed to the secretary of the navy they might be, and I h ....
staiKling, but the Pennsylvania railroad a request for the Immediate dispatch here ' Root, as above stated Ti
' *' •• ' lynamltc sxpert to work on guttSd | Pj£sagnt taste to Swamp-R.
WOMEN suffer untold nil«,r\ be
Arraignment of Governor Pea-
body and National Guard-Ex-
Congressmin was in Bullpen
male weuknesa of
sible for their ills,
ordered kidneys ar
you aufTer almost «
of their diacuae
vhen doctoring, they
womb trouble or fe-
lome sort is respon-
when*ln fact dla-
r> the chief cause of
iintinually with pain
| la raxt'd Only the walls remain of a buildings where the bare walls are tot- right to the spot and drlv
• stately equltattle building. Only rem- I !• ring of the system. It has cur.
wall are left at what i In view of the stringent provisions of cheerfully recommend it to nil stifTi
in the back, bearing down feelings,
headache nnd utter exhaustion.
Your poor health makes you nervous.
Irritable and at times despondent; but
thousands of just such suffering or
broken dow ti women are being restored
to health and strength every day by
the use of that wonderful discovery.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
Why Swamp Root Gives Strength
Not only does Swamp-Root bring
new life and activity to the kidneys, the
cause of the trouble, but by strength-
ening the kidneys it acta aa a
generul tonic and food for tlie entire
The mild and extraordinary effect of
the world famous kidney and bladder
remedy, Swamp Root, is soon realised.
It Htunds the highest for It's wonder-
ful cures of the most distressing cases.
A trial will convince anyone—and you
may have a sample bottle sent free by
In taking Rr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
you afford natural help to nature, for
tuklng Swamp Swamp-Root Is the most perfect healer
ere is such a ,in(j gentle aid to the kidneys that has
•h' disease*1 out l'ver b*en discovered. Don't make any
and I mistake, but remember *u~ •«*•«'
which was d liiyj*l by the ueusor,
respondent of the Dally Telegraph assert
vthat Russia deliberately pieclpitated the
crisis by secretly despatching, u f«w days fit,
ago from I'ort Arthur, transports with a Authorizing
thus occupying northern Korea.
Rusais Wsnts $200,000,000.
Tioadon. Feb. S.- "Russia Is negotiating
with a syndicate of Kronch, lielgtan and
Initch bankers'" cables the UruMeJs cor-
respondent of the Stanard, "for a loan
Wsnt Uncle 8am to Act.
Vienna, Feb. k.—The Austrian peace
Society lias sent a cablegram to presi-
dent Roosevelt requesting him to Inter-
vene in the Russian-Japanese conflict un-
der tho provisions of the tribunal at The
Japanese Troopa in Korea.
I.ondon. Feb. R The ("l.efoo corre-
spondent of the Daily Mail cables that
six Japanese transports are landing troops
at various ports In Korea, from Masam-
pgio and Pusan. on the south "f Kunsan,
Mokpho and Chemulpo on the weet,
Seoul is to be occupied, the landing be-
ing covered by the division. The main
body of the Japsness fleet, the corre-
spondent concludes, will Ball In the direc-
tion of Port Arthur.
Pesr That Rueais Will Deaoend on Pe-
Pekln, Feb. *. — A detachment of Rus-
sian troops arrived here yesterday, bring-
ing tl.e legation guard of Russia up to its
full strength. In repsonse to a memorial
from Yuan Shal Kai. commander In chief
of the army and navy, Informing the gov-
ernment that war between Russia and
Japan had virtually begun, renewed or-
msasures to prevent lawlessness
Preparations for the despatch of troops
to guard the frontier of Chi LI provinces
A Russian firm at New Chang has com-
pleted the purchase of tbe available stock
of coal, amounting approxfcnately to 22.-
000 tons. Germany has re-opened the
dUestlon of payment of the boxer In-
demnity In gold. The Chinese f6reign
office is considering its reply
Ijondon. Feb. X.—In a dispatch from
Tien Tsln a correspondent thore of the
Standard says a Russian force is re-
ported at Knlgan. Pechlll province.
revised statutes so as to
f li'sf than thirty tons to
sc imo the United States
-- . — - urts martial "t remote
fleet | naval
City. Colo., tn
the Odd Fellows.
Providing tor the resurvey of lands in
A bill appropriating JJ,non.non for the
l.ewis and Clark exposition at Portland.
ct of lai
miles northwest of Pqklti and
great wall, and that preparations
making for the night of Ch
the removal of tl.e Imperial treasure, aa
It Is feared that Russia will descend upon
ENGLISH NATION COMBINE
Will Carefully Guard the Common
Good in East.
reached to the effect that the United
States and rGeat llrltain will infertere if
Russia crushed Japan and Insist that
Manchuria remain part of China. Ever
since the Turko-Russlan war It has been
customury for the greut neutrals to hold
some sort of conference at the conclusion
of the war to assure the vanquished na-
ly the case in the Turko-Russian war,
nnd attention is called to the fact that
although Japan was the victor In her last
war with China, the neutral powers, es-
pecially Russia and England brought
urea-Mire to bear upon Japan to prevent
r.er from pressing her advantage beyond
IvasoriHble limit. Incidentally It was also
«M>inted out tffnt the two nations mimed
brofitted themselves by the acquisition
of most Important strategic points which
had been' the idea of Japan's operations.
• Therefore It in said to be within the
probabilities that some kind of confer-
ee • w il follow ii Runao-Japan war.
The United Rtntes ling nlways held aloof
from communications In such cases, but
gs in the case of the negotiations which
terminated the boxer troubles the policy
has been to work on parallel lines when
such a cause is for the common good.
Powera Will Land Troopa.
London Feb. 8.—The Parts corresopn-
dent the Dally Mail says that France
hn- agreed with other powers to land
tr. ' •" in China directly hostilities begin,
in ■ rd.-r to Insure neutrality of the mid-
SESSION OF THE HOUSE
St. Louia Expoaition. Loan and Other
Billa are Argued.
Washington. Feb. K.—The house today
debated nt length the promised loan of
II. * '.000 to the Ijouislaiia purchase ex-
position at Hi. liOUla. as providatl for
in the senate amendment to the urgent
defldcncy bill, ami it was still pending
when tin- house adjourned The house
non-concurred In ill other a mend men ts
except that providing for coal tests at t/tw
Bt. IahiIs fall
The urgent deficiency bill was referred
to the committee on appropriation
through th . efforts of thoae who wanted
to move concurrence In the St Louis fair
Resolution* were adopted on the at-
torney general for Information in addi-
tion to that furnished under the recent re.
qulremcnt for information aa to anti-
trust suits Instituted; also for a i~e|K>rt
made by any examiners sent by the
department of Justice to Investigate
charges made by Mrosius on the rignts
Mr. Hcmenway reported the urgent de-
ficiency bill the committee recommend-
ing no concurrence in all the senate
amendments and the house practically
with discussion non-concurred In all tlm
amendments excepting that providing n
loan of ll.S00.0iit) to the Louisiana purchase
exposition capital and that providing for
the analysing ami testlgu at the St.
Louis fair, under direction of tho geolou
leal survey of the coal and llgnltles of
the Cnlaed States In order to deterlmne
their fuel values.
Mr Williams (Mississippi) moved con-
currence In tne latter amendment and
the motion prevailed
Mr Taw.ley (Minn.) offered an amend-
ment to the St lunula fair loan amend-
ment relating to the details of the re-
payment of the loan.
Mr Tawney's amendment still pending,
and at 4 ,vi the house adjourned until to-
MOTOR BOAT EXPOSITION
Boating Saems to be a Fad Which ia
Argument Will Begin Today.
Justice Hainer En Route
National Hotel, at llolldsy and | the posse commltatus law regulating the
Fayette streets. No buildings are left i use tf troops in states, the following
Standing as far aa tr
Baltimore street iri
From State Capital Washington bureau.
Washington, I). C., Feb. 8.—Ex-At-
torney general of Oklahoma, i. C. Rob-
berts arrived here today to represent
tho territory in the Kh-kapoo school
land case before Secretary Hitchcock.
Dick T. Morgan, attorney for plaintiffs
has returned from New York.
The case will be argued Wednesday.
Associate Justice Hainer leaves to-
Dicrrow, via .St. l^otils, for Oklahoma.
"I understand charges have been pre-
ferred against me," said he, "but i
have no fear for the outcome. My rec-
ord wi:: bear Investigation."
United States marshal Fossett Is
here with a prisoner who Will be plac-
ed In the reform school.
Diplomatic and Conaular Appropria-
tion Measure Today.
Washington, Feb. 8.—The senate
committee on appropriations today re-
ported the diplomatic and consular ap-
propriation bill and Senator Hale will
call it up tomorrow. The committee
recommends amendments carrying an f„„v>
aggregate increase of $77,300. The prln- J e.l thr
clpal Item of Increase is $:]0,000 for the
erection of a legation building at Seoul, j K',^Jd8 ' *n
Korea The consuls at Ixirenzo Mar- | that the
point. All i dl
along south Gay street there Is the same ti
picture of destruction. A broken sign : sj
nnd a tottering front wall show where 1
the Maryland w. c T. t*. building on- <• ' c.
CONSULATE* BURNED OUT.
Adjoining this was tbe building men- '
pled by the ConsulldaVd Ship BuildiiiK
company nnd by the consulate wIiom , ..
buildings Is h complete lost- The build- !
ing used by the (P rttian consulate on this I r.(
Bquare, l« also In ruins. The costly t'lUt- j
• ti Slates custom house, in course of cm | M
structlon. and occupying the triangular ! I(|
block building Lombard and Water 1 a>
streets and exchange pin
ruined. The marbie
46 West Linden St.. Atlantn. i
j Swamp Root. I r. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, and the address. Binghamton. N.
Y:, on every bottle.
To Prove What SWAMP ROOT, The Great Kidney, Liver and Bladder
Remedy, Will do for YOU, Every Reader of the State Capital May have
A Sample Bottle FREE by Mail.
(imaged, the cornice* on the north side j \Viirfi,.|(| w'|10 thought that United H
re destroyed, and tb> marble Is crack- troutwo-i'd be neceesurv to un n*i
ed In • '
nutntier of pla
The only otlier federal building damag
ed wiik the United States storehouse now
diagonally across. Here the Interior sus
tallied damage iuit tae outer walls arc in
tat t only building la lhal sactlon
outer Mtructor was preserved. VV 's
along Pratt street Is only debris
which flames leap and play.
DOWN PRATT STRKBT.
Down Piatt street, west from 'lay for
several blocks, the oil In the wreck of
the Standard Oil buildings ignited and
there was a succession of explosions,
Whicn bursted out of the tlsmcs.
At times tbe smoke rolled up and threw
great black clouds over the rtinlns. Pratt
street for many sipinres Is almost ini-
passlble by reason o£ huge Pl£*S of ma-
sonry ana the watei with wfilch ths (lie
companies flooded tliat section. The elt-c-
trlct wires rtre tangled network, and the
trolley wins are down In every dlrec
tlno. At O'Donnell's wharf, where a
freight station of the Natth Central rail-
road is located, the llames fed all day on
thn inflammable trimmings of the annex
to tin- power house of the United street
railway, tho main building of which was
gutted early this morning The wall of
those buildings, however, remain intact.
MOHK, MOID.) LOSS.
The large buildings of the Miller Fertil-
izer Company, the Bragener Oil company,
C. A. Robinson, dealer In seeds and the
Martin Wagner company dinners and
packers, opposite the slip front the power
house, were destroyed find the ruins burn-
out the night Many of the
•f ill fa teil Pratt street were sa-
s and dealers In second hand
re Is nothing today to indicate
e military authorities today with Te-
net to Baltimore:
"Early this morning Secretary Taft was
lied up on the long distance telephone
a committee of cltlsenS of Baltimore,
ho asked tliat acme engineer officers,
liert It; the use of explosives, he sent
• r irom Washington to assist and di-
et the local peoplet in blowing up
rV,f MCTi-ul'Jy In .otKllnB o«TI- ! K ITORIAI, NOTICE.—No mutter how m.iny iloi to™ j-ou have tried no
is. Then it was reported that engl matter how much money you inav have spent on other medicines, you really
cr* were wanted to perforin the actual owe it to yourself and to your family, to at least give Swamp-Root a trial. Its
dered from tn'e*^\^uiddiigton twrracks'! ' strongest friends today are those who had almost given up hope of ever be-
] as already stated. Then Secretary Taft coming Well again. Bo successful is fl wainp-Koot in promptly curing even
, put himself lu communication with Sen-! the niost distressing cases, that to prove its wonderful merits you may have
norman and aluo with Governor I a s:,mpiH bottle and a book of valuable Information, both sent absolutely free
by mail. The book contaln%many of the thouaunds upon thousanils of tes-
town from pillage and restrain disorder. J tlmopial letters received from men and women cured The value and sin -
,ToSi«n "f « '„mp-Root I. well known thu, our reader, are advl.od tt .end
and dovernor Warfield both joined In | ^r a sample bottle.
th assurance that the request front the j In writing to l)r. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.. be sure to say that you
would surely be forthcrtSPngV°tl! r",lri thl" *<!noroU8 offer ,n the "Uthrle Daily State Capital. The proprietors
Ing srssiun of that body. Meanwhile; of this paper guaranteee th«' genuineness of this offer. If you are already
Secretary Taft has acted anil introdu. j convinced that Swamp-Root is what you need, you Can purchase the regular
slni™. 'LX* "i.riirr Jfc !«'<>-«« ,1«.. IK....... at .tore, everywhere.
troops and General Corbin. their com-
i . T - ■
tonight, after the legislature should have
njjortunlty to act. Besides, it Is entirely I Vogts Qusst
-- — • -■ — ii... ,11_ ••• ■ •
New York, Feb. 8.—-The rapidity )
with which the motor boat has sprung Ij
into vogue among those who can af- |
ques. South Africa, and Tien Tsin,
Che Foo, Foochow and Hankow, China. | j7
are advanced as to be consul general |ai
with Increases of salary. New consul-
ates are created at Chinkiang and llan-
chow. China, at Moncton. N. B Port
An Prince. Haytl, and Turks Island.
B. W. I.
MISS BREWER WEDS
President One of the Gueata—Associate
Washington. Feb. 8.—At main today
I In St. John'? church, occurred the wed-
jdlng of Miss Elizabeth Brewer, the
ford to indulge in the sport Is .lllus- ! daughter of Justice Brewer of the su-
lfated by the widespread interest man- j preme court of the United*statoh. and
Ifestml In the exhibit of automobile ! Welllum)" WHK at B"M"'n Persons
First Shots Fired.
Is patch from
ie Daily Mail
elv.-d a tele-
ec In ring that
! to the east
• s southwest
Japan Seizos Russian Vessels.
ler shltvi and
of vessels. In-
•eised and es-
boats opened in this city today. The
exhibition is the first of Its kind to
be held in this country but notwith-
standing this fact there is s large and
varied assortment of craft on eli play.
Altogether there are thirteen hundred
exhibitors, whicn may he taken as In-
dicative that thn manufacturers expect
the atttomoblllsts to rush to the water
branch of the sport during the coming
STORM IN MANITOBA
Worst in Years Blocking All Railroad
Winnipeg. Feb. 8.—The worst storm
that has been experienced in Mani-
toba in years Is sweeping over the
province. The railways are blocked
with snow in spite of lar^e gangs of
of prominence in tho official and
rial life of the capital thronged the
church, among those present being the
President and Mrs. Roosevelt, the var-
ious members of the supreme court,
senators, diplomats and others. Bishop
Henry Yates Satterlee officiated. The
bride s only attendant was her sister,
Mrs. Karrlck. Following ihte church
ceremony there wns a wedding break-
fast for fifty guests at the home of
.hi8tice Brewer, in Masaachusettsc ave-
CAMERON FORBES ASKED
May Command Forces in Philipipnes.
Washington. Feb. 8.—It is said nt
the war department that Cameron
Forbes of Boston, who ^ias been ten-
. . ..._ , ,. ■ i dered the position of Philippine com-
dVt^ . Itr" POW<"" manner, was -.elected principally be-
caM 18 cause of his executive ability anil en-
Anoth.r Chicago Victim, Klustrtnf kMWMC*. He waa 00m-
CblcaKii. Keb. 8.—Mrs. Enroy . Hen- ' manlier of commerce and peace He la
nig, a victim of the Iroquois theatre i,l grandson of Ralph Waldo Kmerson,
fire, died today. "<i has been connected in an admln-
j 1st rati ve way with more than forty
Rumors Reach London. 1 electric railway systems in the I ni-
I ndon. Feb. 8.—The rumor that some led States.
Russian merchant ships have tieen cap- _ -
tursd by Japanese warships has reached
the Japanese legation here.
The report is discredited at the legation |
and it lacks confirmation
FIFTY WORKMEN KILLED
brick piles. All the building at Diik"
Wharf, nearby, were destroyed. T
lilnson feed concern at thin point
in ruins. Stretching from here do
east and west falls avenue were a nu
ber of business establishments Among
these the lime cement companies plant
and Cock raft ice bouse were burned The
large four story building of the McCor-
mlck Drug company, at Earn Pails ave-
nue and l'ratt street, was ruined.
The William Tell bouse a saloon and
hotel at Hast Falls avenue and Pratt
street, the Hoffman house another hotel
near by. the t j. Myers large five story
packluK plant and the W. W. Boyer Pack-
ing plant were destroyed.
The Commercial building, s six story
structure at tbe corner of Lombard and
Oay streets, stretching over half a block
Is destroyed, but the vaulta are safe.
The Fayette Btret* Eclipse, one of tbe
oldest buildings in the city nt the corner
of Gay and Kcyette on the border of the
Ire district, has nothing but the ouslde
On Gay street, between Lombard and
Water streets, two wholesale liquor es-
tablishments, those of the Jarrett-WHI-
Intns Co. a Ave story bulldina. and the
Wilson Distilling company, also a live
story structure, are reduced to ashes,
wlille a front wall is all that Is left of
the live story wholesale liquor plant of
Kuht \ Son. Tho Cummlncs & Melville
distillery, another of the buildings In the
wholesale district, were destroyed
The wholesale candy manufactory of
the I<aui'r & Suter Co., at 1/ombani and
k streets • mbrai lug tbn-« h usi
on l^imburd and two on Frederick, "each
• ■I them a four story structure, went next.
The inflammable character of tbe con-
tents of these building- will give an idea
of the fierceness of the blase. Spirits
fed to the wood and the heat was terri-
fore tire touched them, and bTii
stone and mortar crumbled like chalk.
unpetent for the commander of thn mil
■ t.n\ department to move his soldiers as
he pleases within the limits of that de-
partment. so long ns he does not actual-
ly employ them aa a po«se comitatus,
without' the violation of the law.
List of Great Losses.
Baltimore. Md Feb. 8.—Fol
the latest list of business place:
ed, with a rough estimate of losses wnerc
obtainable. Where several firms are
grouped the loss given is the total lot
John E. Hurst, dry goods, $1,500,000. over
William Kock. importing company, toys
Samuel D. Goldberg. Pants; F nnd
Charles Berger and company, clothing,
Wood wa rd BaId w
Mouldln Bros, nc
E«l Ward Jenkins
harness maker.' si
Johnson. Boyd &
M. I Blumcs Bu
8. Kirson & Pros.
stroy- I l.umpley and Br«
where shades. $75,000.
Philip nermann H
broideries and Phippips B:
• Sons, storage and
)tton and other
e A Co.. books anil station-
manufacturer and property
Cripple Creek. Colo.. Feb. 8.—In the
district court today Judge l^wis over-
ruled the moilou of ex-congreasman
John M. Glover, of Missouri, for dl-
tnissal of the charges of assault with
intent to murder Sergeants Dlrtiemora
and Smith of the Colorado national
Glover conducted his own case, hav
Ing delined the proffers of asalat&nca
from fellow members of the bar lu
Teller county. His argutneut was an
arraignment of Governor Pea body and
the military for their connection with
tht strike of the miners in thla district
but Judge Lewis, in pasing upon the
m6tion held thai it was not within
the province of the court to judge the
right or propriety of the governor in
ordering out the troops in consequence
of the strike and declare martial law.
Once stationed here, he said, the
troops had no alternative but to obey
orders. The state rested lis case after
giving evidence of the declaration of
martial law, the order for registration
of arms and the resistance of Glover
when a deatil of military came to his
office to secure his weapons. It was
during this visit that Glover tired upon
ihe soldiers and was himself wounded
by them. He was afterwards placed In
the bull pen and later released on pa-
role, which he voluntarily surrender-
ed after a few days liberty. He was
again released on bonds.
The case was given to the Jury tonight
erdlct had been
CANNED GOODS PACKERS
Large Attendance of Manufacturera
and Supply Houses in Trade.
Columbus. O., Feb. 8.—Canned good
packers and others interested in the
industry are registered in large num-
bers at the Southern hotel for the an-
nual convention of the Cannery ma-
chinery and supplies association, which
will be in session here during the next
three days. The three nssociations are
closely allied. The last year was not
an exceptionally prosi>erou8 one for the
packers and at the present meeting
plans will be discussed and the outlook
carefully canvassed with \ view to
bringing about better trade conditions.
In conjunction with the gathering
there Is a large and interesting exhibi-
tion of canning machinery.
Tornado Kills Three.
Mammoth Springs. Ark Fob. s Xews
nas been received nt n tornado in tlm
southern part of tills county (Fulton)
miles southwest of here-
REV. SO DEN.
Child name not known
All the buildings In r ti Ion were blown
uuo. I down except a storo which waa moved
J Ooldsmith & Son., clothing and sugar j fr"ni ',s foundation The path of the
and Shear, clothing. $100,ooo. tornadij was :tno yards wide.
Van Zunt. Jacobs & Co.. shirts, $50,000.
Coplan Greenbatim. clothing and L
'ruclble 8teel company. $50,000.
Carey Bain & Smith, dry goods nnd F.
•" Kent, spool i-otton and thread. $fin, j
ns. Buck and
Hold Hasty Session, Declare Many
Holidays and 'o to Baltimore.
State House. Annapolis. Md.. Keb. R.—
The general assembly met at the state
house tonight to consider plans for the
relief of the firp conditions In Baltimore.
Senator GUI of Baltimore Introduced n l>ill
authorising Governor Warfleld to declare
ten successive legal holidays In the
stricken City so as to aid property own-
ers and other losers by the lire to get
their business nffalra In as good shape as
mlble. Tbe bill, which was passed at
nnd SlfPied by the governor, also
to extend th« suspension
ten days If necessary. A
relief appropriation which
nfed to Bayor
IN Tht COURIS
of business I
bill to make
lg Into living fla
mplete list of the buildings destroy-
•< d and the firms burned out would be a
business directory of the burned area.
All of the town fire companies, because
of the utter exhaustion of the l<wal men
wen given a t ree hand during the morn-
ing aiul early aftBTIUMM. More than a
score of companies were here from New
York. Philadelphia. Wilmington. Wash-
ington and small towns within a radius
of fifty miles of Baltimore. Their daty
was to check the flames in their onward
march southward. This was a rather
difficult task, as both sides of June*
Falls are lined with lumber yards and
old buildings which proved te be tinder
At every street the
eluding the Shilka and M
Russian wur vessels were
certed to Sasbo. Japan
The Dally Telegruph says It supposes the l.<
foregoing slexures occurred at Maaampo. at
but that the censor suppressed the loca-1 gained the
K"1- E.i' h bout was
. apaiintd by a small bridge, and
Explosion in Russia Follows Opening -f "t two md Mine tlme-i three
of Buried Smelter Works.
Russia Decided Long Ago.
London. Feb^l-w • dl.imtrU from ; St. Petersburg I'Vli. S.—Fifty work-
.ittasaki. dated Monday. Feb 8, a cor- ,
■spondent of the Dally Telegraph says: men were killed today by the caving
•it is asserted that the Russian fleet , in of an embankment on the Warsaw-
win flght. The Jon* a*° decid- Vienna railroad. Tn the course of their
preiK'tration andJ TncertaJnty ' work the men dug Into an old smelt-
certain powers would intervene ing works which had been buried be-
1 noath the line for thirty years. An
Gardner Won Twice. explosion followed Besides the men
Gardner of killed many were frightfully burned
•11. Mass, tonight fought r Fed Soolev
Jim Drlsi-oll. both of I'bliaao. iuid j ArM|*alir
•er both of them. 1 •
boms will pr' <
The New York firemen, who were the
last to arrive, were the last to stand
the brunt of the flames, and when the
fite began to burn Itself out fr. tht coal
yard of the Amrlean Ice company, sev-
eral of their steamers were backed up
agaitm a bulkhead of the Pntaapco riv-
The burned district, comprising 140 acres
of drawn right angle triangle, tonight
Is plied with heaps and masso? of
nd twisted Iron from
alia of the more subat
tower, some seemlngl;
ny instant Flames still
i many of the ruined building
burning gas from the broken
toes, Stelger Broa..
trunk:-. Powell. Helm & Co.. storage and
Maud Joppenhelmer Sons, Jewelry
II S I lech t & Co.. millinery, $100,000.
Alien & Sons. Florida Tag company,
Mnlllns Hotel, Thadheimer Bros, cloth-
ing; Purgunder Bros, clothing. J 11. Ars-
j berg Co., Win. Lehman A- Co.. Baltl-
,01^) more News companyx. A. Frank & Sons,
Bottingheimir K- Motter, The T. L. Mil-
ler Snf' company: Louis fitell & Co.; Ros-
O'Connell and Bannan. saloon 00<i. I enbush A Co,; McCaden and McE
National Exchange bank, building $15.-
laid over until
—, needed can be ascertained. TI
and legislature adjourned and the leglslatoi
' special tral
lithographers and printei
M Filermsn and Smii
Swai tz Tov company. HOO.OOO
A Fe«lerllcht and Sot
c. .1. Stewart and Son:
H2i .ooo. j
lothing. and j
John E. Hurst and Co., storage. $150.
Flndlay Roberts and company, hard war
lawrence and Cold Shoe Co.. and Batei
Hat company $128,000.
S Ginsberg and company
The relief bill to be offered tomorrow
makes an appropriation of $:'f>o.00t> for
the relief of the destitute to be dealt out
by the governor and such commission as
he shall name.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
;to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on
each bo*. 26c.
SELF CONFESSED MURDERER
; George W. King
. .. Monogan Lunch
1MUKI.N. Shoe pi,,,.v; n > ' D.,ired to Turn 8UU, Evid.nc. but
i Son ; I Cannot do so.
arne*s makers $l2f>,000. I
"*■ °°" |,l"mhlnlt "up-1 Chicago, Feb. *.-Ou.Uv« Marx, self-
R. jandorfT k- Co . boots and shoes, and I ''onfeged participant in ihe car barn „
nini s R.ib.'i is.n Mrs. noraw, lido.-1 murdere. offered loilay to turn state! I ™tiiln/hH°, be.'!*
to the follow
Goodrich In I
Crown, an. and Mis
both ..r Marshall,
uls Sheilabarger, :T.
i Ruth E.
In Supreme Court.
supreme court has been filed fo
Dlffendaffer vs. J. T .Gray n
rchett. from Judgment first re
the probate court of Canadi
Plaintiff asks for $350 Judgme
L. Mets, Barbar
II A Brockhaus. plaintiffs In error. \n.
Scott E. Wlnne. First .ludKment rendeii i
In district curt of Woodward counts. A
judgment of $182 is asked.
James Miller, plaintiff in error, vs.
Augustus N. HartZfll. original case w <s
decided in district court of Canndian
county. Judgment of $J00 asked.
Jennie Jackson, plaintiff in error. \s.
Jno. Tennery and II. .1 Jackson, defend-
ants in error, original suit In Canadi.in
county district court wherein a declfllon
was rendered against plaintiff in error.
A Judgment of $122.60 Is asekd.
and company. •
ake Shoe company
id A V. Miller
boots and shoes $110.-
Matthews', paper box
is and Strauss, buildilif!
Suspender company and
,v Co.. HO.nou
Kirkman. Reese com
1. neckwear manu
Chas L* Linivelt and J J. Mur
McDonald and Fisher, wholes;
Wile v. Bluster & Co.. dry g
F W. Edmann, cloth $125,000.
a ppenhelmer "
I Fuehishauth. Blake a Co.. wall pape
Henry *.• Co.. hosiery and undersear,
L. 0rlef Bros., clothing. $1.10.000
Maas an<l Kemper, laces nnd embroid-
W. McCarfhy company, no-
ier Bros, clothing. $lf>0,000.
Bros, liquors, wholesale onll
and Todes, notions, dry goods.
evidence against Peter Nelderheimcr
| and Harry Vandlne at tho opening of
ihe trial of the three men today The
state's attorney, howover, declined.
Dubuque, la., Feb. 8.—The Iowa Mas-
ter Plumbers' association began its
•annual convention in Dubuque today
an*l will be in session through Ihe
greater part of the week. The main
question for discussion is thai of a
state iaw providing for a state inspec-
or of plumbing.
Ex-County Official Located.
I'nder Sheriff John Mahone\ has re-
turned to the city from Detroit. Mich.
* n his way home he stopped at K liisn*
City, wlnre he located Ed RIepe, ex-
county assessor of Lognn county who
was Indirectly by the last grand jury for
a charge of disposing of mortgaged prop-
erty. It is alleged that tne deed was com-
mitted two vents rigo, since which time
of him. UN boi d
d to glY
I at $:ioo which ho
In District Court.
Tho following suits have been filed In
the district court:
The Meridian Townslte nnd Right-of-
W.mn Company vs. W. S. Cooper T a
suit is brought f r recovery of u promis-
sory note of $100 with Interest.
W R. Sheriff, plaintiff, vs. T. c. Rurch,
defendant An abutract. of Judgment
asalnst defendant from tho dockct of
Lewis Lauder Jfe Co. shirts. $100.0
, Mfa ' "" 1' %
Dlggs Curw n & Co.. shoes. $100.0<t
Mendel Bros , ladles
Binkenburg, Gehrmann & Co., notions
Hopkins lijace Savings bank,
Cohen and Sampela. hats and caps, $,. .
Farnold and Sons, stirgical Instruments.
1 Am bach and Sons, cloth. $2.">0.-
''standard Mfg. company and Ellas Cop-
,Y . kwi ai manufacturer $75,000.
Sim o Nu berger K Bros, dry goods, M
| i ; ;ier, ladies and gents fur
nlnhlngs $75,000 „. ^
1 < Wallerstetn. millinery $.^,rtm.
The Bralncrv Armstrong company, Iks
and Cartel Webster & Co., white goods,
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR GOLD
1 t^?.k • ""ie c.old ' li, •'Ofy of many a helpless
• Inrsllu whose little cold, by neglect ur careless doctoring, has developed
Into a sertom If not fatal msladr. No cold will twar trillloc with u,^.i.
_ud iTonsumptlon are not tbe ouiy
reunite to be dreaded: other dtseai.es may follow a cold and oulcklr
Jiecon.e too deep-seated to be overcome by medical skllL
To he on tbe
big doss of
down La grippe, bronchitis, catarrh
To be on tbe safe side, break up your cold Tn the beginning with a
LIVER AND DLOOD SYRUP
The Road to Good Health'*
""ii «"will and the congestion
catarrhal oondltlons of the pelvic
Jnmi ini .ia r.'Ii rl Br Tbachsr's Urer and Hlood Rrrtip
quU:kS^sOwiacure! * W re ,bw ,>a,u *ntJ « ngasUou and
mr J T KKt.LRIiS. Oodwln. Teon . write*
r ni( m«f l r.'ihnM.' ^ V '* «riPP* • gr^at many
7lmtl S rTn^ flSLi I b2.",hl B. I *ekage of Tour^Jrfr and
Slw^ symp Idry form) and afv«r laldnu aixnii |i*|f 0f It ray «
raeclotne la Jiut >
MBf! ,^1'^ I-anderueau. La., ssys tn s reeeut letter
I* 1 backer • Uver and Blood Syrup la a uplttodld tonic fur
and atteud to , bouMbold It aM „«m ai, up^d^r'uUy R W#U' f°U' m#Clo4M " ^
THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY. Chattanooga, Tenn.
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