The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 257, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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TflM LKADBR GDTHRIJ3 OKLAHOMA.
Capital City Business College
Three Separate Departments
Intrhmkiuatf. or Common School Counsn Includes all grades
from tho third to the high school.
limn School Couitsi: Includes all the branches of high school
TrAoiir I--" (Normal Tiiainimo) Couihe devotes tho ontire torrn
t thr viix mtutied by tho 1'errltorial Hoard of Education.
This term will provo of groat bonoflt to all
Ti.KM DL'tlNj touohors high school pupils tllstriat school pu
MAV 1 'ii. nils as well as to all our regular oourso students.
Norreul students will secure many advantages in
our regular business college work.
Tall on or address us for particulars
Capital City Business College
- GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
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iJiiucns In a minutes. Stops rlnBlns in tho head nnd rellOTes deafness. As nn VnJeotlon
lnyaluaulo In female troubles For outward tuo lic.Mi fun Bores nno lliiriilii-nn7nli iS2
lentslock-jawhi.'nwouuils. QUICK CUUli FOH c")NSTilATION ANI? PllTils. B & lre"
Its Healing Powc to Almoot Mlraoulous. Tho Best Family Mcdlclno in Exlsteaoo.
50 Cent Bottle contains iOO Doses or Two Weeks Treatment for Catarrh.
St.OO BOTTLB EQUALS THREE COo. DOTTLES.
"Brazilian Balm cured me of inveterate catarrh which I had for over 20 years
It is the mot wonderful triumph of medical science." Gen. J RitiaJbstles. "In
croup cold and the worst form of gripp we have found Brazilian Balm invaluable "
to. W. S. Boothe D. . Pastor Del. Ave. Bap. Ci. "Mrs. Lore has used tlic
Brazilian Balm nud thinks it did her much good." ov. Cias. B. Lore Chief Jus
of Del. "One bottle of Brazilian Balm cured a friend of mine of hay fever." Thos
M. Gilbert. "I was very deaf for 10 years from catarrh. Brazilian Balm applied
warm in my care every day soon restored my hearing." Mrs. John Scolten Chester
Pa. "It is the best thing for dyspepsia I ever saw tried."-; Judge Edward Woollen
"I was worn almost to the grave with a racking cough that all the remedies and th.
doctors failed to relieve. It was cured with one bottle of Brazilian Balm. It shall
be my doctor through life." Mrs. J. Galloway Potlslozun Pa. "I was fearfully
crippled up with rheumatism could not get my hand to my head. I took ten si
cent bottles of Brazilian Balm in six months. A in now entirely cured and as nim-
ble as I was at forty." Anson Burrell aged 84. A lady in Cincinnati was so
afflicted with asthma that during the winter for seventeen years she was unaMu to
sleep lying down was entirely and permanently cured with Brazv iau Balm.
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GREAT SOOTH AMERICAN BALSAM I
clears the head of foul mucous: heals the
sores and ulcers of the head aud throat;
swceteu3 the breath and perfectly restores
the senses of the taste smell and hearing.
Stops headache and dropping into the
throat. Also destroys the genu which causes
making n perfect cure in n few days. Never
mil i ro juiai case 01 ja URiriut ever known
where Hraziliaii Balm was faithfully used. It
destroys the grippe germ and quickly removes
all Lie after bad effect
FALLIBLE in Asthma Cnour Bron-
v-Jima 1-I.HUIUSY I'NItVMONIA DYSPEPSIA
RHEUMATISM TYPHOID and SCAKUtT
I RVHR MEASI.BS and any disease where
there is Inflammation V ever or Congestion.
Greatest relief in Consumption ever dis-
co vi red.
Clirna n Prneh rll i j.
ift Pills e icaiairj ft fti Motff
t uti t- w rt tail 1 J tiii 1 ' an mj (r in etfc
' r ufiwc iom n s cure Lost Manhood In
NghtLosses. Spermaturrhoeq Insomnia Pali
. A.mlnnl F tVilRlonst. LnrviA ilnnW. NnrvnuK ti
lnos to Mnrry. loss of 'jf'l 8nmon VnrlGOOlaf
ps Qulckneioof DIs iTlli chorno Stops Nor
ret Ida Lde.i t iu me u t ly Jy Jft Itiii'-titHijf n$ j. iwy to
vur It at hn . iTPTT? h-it'i mhH uortvetol
Live Slock Journal.
THE PRAIRIE PARMER a
weekly Agricultural and Live
Stock Journal one dollar a
year. It is admittedly the lead
er 01 t lie agricultural ana live
1 1 stock journals of the United
; j States. Jt covers thfc entire
j field of agriculture dairying
live stock breeding and live
stock feeding. It is edited for
western farmers and stockmen
who carry on diversified work
in fact it is the farmer's news-
paper. The regular subscript
tion price is one dollar a year
but in order that every one of
our readers may get it next year
we will send it a full year with
the Weekly Leader for 75 cents
T'his low price may be with-
dlawn anytime; we request our
readers to act promptly. Hand
la your orde or send iw to us.
WOMEN THE VICTIMS.
Two Killed and Mnny Injiucd at
ar Omaha Firo.
Onioha Msroh Jl. Cotr paratlvely tnsls-
nlflosnt in materia destruction but appal.
Mng In Us harvt of death ami suffer
ttij wa a Are that partially dot roped the
Patterson block at 17th and DoURtafH
streets tMs Afternoon Two of its 4en4ms
tmve atreadr pssaed awsy on moff Is
not expoeUd to llws.aiMl about twenty
m-ers Arc surfsclng from broken Mmbs iiM
burned snd lacerated flesh
Mrs. Thomas Taylor.
Mrs. Anna Seamel.
Mm. C. E. nroslus facie nd msnds
Mrs. A. King face badly burnd
Mrs. A. h. SurnvMson fsce and Idnds
teverslr burned both wrists broken
May Ssmuetson S years old burned on
hands and fries.
Mrs. a. D. WWsoo face hands and
Mrs. J. C. Holt foes and hands burned.
Margurtte Holt tends burned Injuml
Internally; may die.
Mrs. Mary llopklnw face and head badly
Mrs. Mary Sullivan hands and face
Mrs. W. A. Ilex hands and face severe-
Mrs. ImI Shinner face body and hands
burned bad cut on head; wttl probably
Mr. French Soath Otnalm face and
Mrs A. A. Smith fnco and luuvds badly
burned; injuries probably idital.
Mrs. C. K. Alton faco ami hands burn
ed cut by glass.
Mrs. Thomas Thornton face and hands
Walter Boott hamle and face sevoroly
Unknown mon badly burned on ihands
Steve liMarns 5 yenr? old fsee and
Fireman WIlMnm Qulder suffocated and
fell from ladder Internal Injuries: will pr
IIeut. James Adams injured about Mps
by falltng down stairs.
HO WIT STARTKD.
A group of liappy women busy with the
attains of tine secret order wltn which
they were RtHltated were In . moment
brought face to faoe with death. Sixty
aecondM later seven of them lay burned
and btcctMng on the pavement to whloh
they had (Wopped h1rty feet lelow and
the others were rescued nXter they Imd
leon more or leas severely Injured In their
dsperate dash down the elng-e pair of
stairs that led to safety.
The blazo started Juprt after 3 o'clock
from a gasolene stove explosion in a room
In the rear of tho third floor of the build-
ing and next to the elevator shaft. It was
not discovered until li had spread 'to tl
adjoining aiKtrtments und tthn entire floor
was flBed with smoko and tlamtw. Abo"'
twenty members o tho Woman IvoJe
of Maccabees were attending a commit-
tee meeting In the waiting room In front
of the middle of the building on the same
floor. Tlvey wero unconscious of danger
until a Janitor threw open the door and
tohl them to get out before the flames
cut them off. The warning came too lato.
Tne flre swept through the door and down
the slnglo stairway. Those nearost the
door lied through tlio bHndhig smoke and
reached the setreet wtth hands ami faces
burned ami blistered. Tho rest faced a
eolld wall of flames. There was a flre es-
cape at the south front of the building
but not one of them seems to lmve thought
of it. They rushed panic stricken to the
windows .through which the smolcer wan
already pouring in suffocatsng puffs. The
flre was scarcely a foot Behind them. lit
caught their clothing anil scorched their
faces with Increasing intensity.
In an other instant the spectators at-
tracted by the clouds of smoke were
horrified to see one after another spring
from the open windows and fall lteavlly
to the pavement. Not one arose. They
lay In an inert and apparently Hfslsss
heap until carried Into the offlas of a
physician across the street. Most of them
wens bleeding from severe cuts and brul-
hb and all were burned until their torn
and blackened skin hung in shreds.
In a few minutes all except Mns. Tay-
lor recovered conoisoiousness and phy-
sicians and nurses hastl.y summoned did
all that was possible to reMeve Uoir suf-
ferings. As fast as hasty dressings could
lie appNsd ths victims were taken o the
Clarkson hospital by the ambulancos. The
body of Mns. Taylor was tarfen to th
morgue and others whose Injurlss wars
lens severe were treated at neighboring
drug stores ami at the offices of down
Aside from the fatalities ami the Injuries
to persons the fire was not a serious one.
Few of the losers are able to place an ex-
act estimate on their losses but tbs to-
tiLi will not exceed (60000. Tbs loss on
tho buildsng Is ltas than half that sum
ar . side from that ths hevlest losers are
Ui- proprietors of tfie Xloston store who
had a large surplus tftock in tli s basement
of the block. Tine loss of the various
K.'iTet societies tlwt occupy tine halls on
the second and third floors Is largely
by water and smoke and is difficult to
estimate One lodge of the A. O U. W.
two lodges of I ted Mon two lodges of the
Degree of honor four lodges of -aooalees
and several otlvsrs lost regatta ami var-
ious items of furniture. Tho building Is
Insured up to the W per oent clause and
most of the other losses i:e largely cover-
ed by Insurance.
Cuban lrmy Census.
Havana March U. The Cuban army has
1J.M9 men all told. This number includes
corporals and sergeants but excludes som
manders. The figures are '-e result of the
official inquiry instituted under ths di
rection of the department oommanders for
ths use of the military administration
The retKirt of the governors uf the pro-
vinces are as follows:
Haatisgo none; llrtrto i-rincii jo.
Sianta 1srs 479s. slalsmos t. llav ma
province J0 which 'nclul - in the
cMy of Havana and 1'lnar Del Itlo 8500.
General Gomes originally reimrtsd that
there were 41009 privates and non-commissioned
officers. Ocneral Iloloff innp clor
genoral of ths Cuban army wuh to hav.
nrssenied an accurate niunt-r roll to Gov-
ernor General Iliooki t ut has rt dono
so. As creature of tut Cuban military
assembly he has joined with It against
General Gomez Ills muster rolls in what-
ever form they may be have been given
to Senor Ilaffei I'.rtiitndo. jM-.-sldent ot
ths executive comtniti.-- ..f the ass. mbly
nut AsV g-wrnor k i - s nan usuur-
ances that they will soon if turiml o.tr
lirigadier General ISarnsst will represent
tlie military administration In distribut-
ing the gu0000. It has not yet decided
Surrey Buggy and Work Harness Saddles Whips and
.Robes. Repairing Work to Order at Cheapest Prices
GIVE US A TRIAL. 118 HARRISON AVENUE
whathwr the wohl Amount Is to ba dis-
tributed pro rata or JlOO given to saoh
man and tho balance retilned by the
Unhsd States government
Uoston Honors (ho Coiiiiiianilor-
inchiof oTtlio Army.
llostoil March II. Major (ioneral NiM-
son A. Miles visited the loglnluinre this
afternocn. He first wj rvcelved by iiv
senate where he nudn .1 i.ru r ;hiiIm--He
then went to tho hou?o nhorc .1 kIdi-
Har program was carried out fcmh
branch took a recess after Urnernl Mil. '
addrses find tte memlwrs wore presented
to that vhilssf. Just as he had left tn
state Ileus Otoe of tho afternoon pipirt
annoufllflngr thfct Jlr. Wiermnn v. 1 .1. 1 1
was shown to Clen Milej hii i'.m
Mflss expressed his intention .r carry
Ing ot the day's programme Mr tf!rs
rsqusstsd that her numerous hi age-
ments should be cancelled Tin- wan
done at ones and she returned to h r ho-
tel very much depressed over the H
news. A few Iiouts later a n p" - ntn-
ttve of the Associated l'ri Ihoukv nor
ths wslcoms news that Mr 8herm.ui wm
stiU alive. Ill the meanl im On OTll.-s
despite the heavy weight of tin- 1 1 on
his mind bravely xtood tho test f "hou"-B
of hand shaking at the Angonciulu club.
While he was thus engaged tho Anrlated
Press dlbpatch was shown to him i.nd ho
at onco expressed his great Joy a( tho
General Miles closed the dav fn utrnl-
Ing a banqu tendere1 to him In the
Merchants club at Algonquin tonight
More than 100 leading merchant of the
city were present.
The event of the evening m the nmi-
of the Associated I'reBR dlpati h il'ining
that John Sherman was deid and Um pro-
posing by Oen. Miles himself a ln nr.np
to speak of a toast and lung 1 1 r to the
The beef Investigation m ref.rred to
by some of ths speakers but only In a
General Miles and Lieutenant Colonel
Mltchler sat on the right of TPrenldent
John Mason Little who presided on the
Immediate left were Governor Wolcott
and Attorney General Dalton
Mr. Little's warm words nf welcome
were followed by General Taylor's cotn-
parteon of the soldiers of tVc i-Ml kiii
with those of the late war with ftiialn
closing with ths statement
"Here's to Gen. Miles the soldier who
has been In more battles than inv othei-
man Who has worn the Amcrlcun uni-
form." Governor Wolcott received a im
greeting and he too welcohid th dis-
tinguished guest In his official capacity
and said that Massachusetts was prnuA
of her dHlngulshsd son. The goenu.r
referred to the beef Investigation and
said that General Miles imd the confffienc
of fh people.
Will FlRht lor 'I hoirJUffhJ.s.
oovltle. Wash. Maroh 21 Governor John
D. i.'rady of Alaska arrived hero today.
Concerning the Alaa konnubarady KTaO
Conoennirg tthe Alaskan boundary Gover-
nor Brady said:
"Ttie candidatea will ui Ay have a tight
on the)" hands if they try to movo tna
boundaries on tho Porcuplno as Dbey have
on ttte tJtlckeen and the Lynn uanal iiais-
. Do you think that 2000 Amorlcains ev
ery one of Uiem tvsll armed Who have
gone Into a country and taken up claims
on what has always been considered Am
eriaan territory will let a handful of Ca-
nadian policemen move the ooumiary lino
"TMs boundary question is a serious one
anal no one can tell how tt is going to
come oue. Every member of tho commls
skm altould oomo west and nvako a trip
to Alaska. They should at least coma woet
of tho Itoukles for I inxtanitand that
there are members of tho commission who
have novor boon that far wst."
Itgarding legislation scoured for Alaska
Governor Ilrady said:
"We are Hhainkful tor smalt favors.
There is some satisfaction In knowing
that a man can be legally tried for a crtms
In Alaska. We now have a hold on Jis
liquor traffic Free whiskey would have
been better than tho conditions of traffic
under the laws now in force.
"TMs will be a year of great develop
ment for Alaska. The mine exploration
parties the soast survey and a great In
vestigation committee will all do a great
deal at good."
KAN8A8 IIOADB WILLC'ICANOU THE
STOCK SHII'MENTS MAY .
Omaha March a. The western roads
have definitely decldede to abolish the
fsedlng In transit rates which have been
granted to stockmen during the past sev-
eral years. The date has not be settled
though tt will probably he llay JO The
Kansas roads cannot change the rates
much sooner than that as the state taw
requires sixty days notice of such uhanga
It is the exiSuaat'.i opinion that all roads
wll make the change ut the same date to
avoid confusion The stockmen In the
western range country have made a vig-
orous but ineffectual light to retain the
rate as It has been of Immense benefit
to them. The reason given by the .ad-
roads Is that the privilege has been abus-
ed by the stockmen selling the cattle and
bill of lading after they have been un
loaded and placed in tho feed yardn uud
also that the urn consumed deprives tliu
roads of lust that much freight
BAMUBL KENNEDY CHAKQKD WITH
New York March 21. Dr. Samuel J
Kennedy the ilontlxt accused of th
murder of Knilllnu C ltenyoids appeared
for trial today in the criminal branch of
the supremo court "Dolly" Reynolds
was found murdiiej in a r rem ut 'he
Grand hotel thli city on August 1C 1WS
There were wounds on the hmead and oh
the base of the skull Her neck had been
broken The weapon used was a piece
of cable covered wfth lead and wrapped
with tape. It was bent like a hook at
one end. l'nder the dead woman's corset
was found a 'hck for 113000 signed Dud-
ley Green and endorsed by Samuel J
Kennedy. This urousod suspicion aga-
inst Kennedy and caused bis orrsst.
Five Jurors were secured berfors adjourn-
ment. AV1U Not Appoint (Jiuiy.
Washington March 21 Friends aiik)
Sena'c- s Quay and Penross in Washlnrtoi
rotuse to oontenanoa tne reooi t .r.on
Youngtown O that in case of the fs.l-
ure of ib Pennsylvania legislature to
lecet p senator to succesd Mr. Quay Hen-
atur IVtii'-wift will retire and Mie gov-
ernor of the state will appoint Mr vu.y
thus continuing h in instead of Mr P n.
Ti.se as thi onl Hniator from Pennsyl-
vania. If you us Mllte's pills you won't
have tho grip
'Iho Yonornblo Statesman Kiip-
iilly Hocovorlni? Ills Health.
" Washington Masxfh 21 Seldom ha otfl-
otaJ Washington been mora ootnpletsly
Bthred by conflicting emotions than tt
was today by the annooncament first of
the death of Hon. John Ahortnan and thsn
bv th ntn.Hutlon f Iho report which
. tin. .1 fen ..ui liter the .i( shttiK rc
llef wliic-h w.is I marked a w. 1tw tor-
row prodiVod by th ottwr
The first report which enmo from New
York wac received at 1 r '. l.x k in the 11 r
tmm and wn .It 1 ucl in the vloart-
ment ttlt Ih fore ihm cIiwkI ttrr the ila
Tlic atiiMiuncnmstit neemed to follow nat
urallv Hi. nt her catlesrranwi of ie da
"tating Hun the venerable statesman's
condition had grown woe since vestsr-
la ami there was a unlrir-ital xprenoii
uf regret and. in mam c-n. r pronul
d'tresi over tho new
CbMih t minister- tervatoro and mem-lior-
01 the Imw expresned dep sorrow
ixaklng not onlv In terms of adiiuratloti
and respect f.n the ex-enitvr's carreer
but dwelling with loving klmtnema upon
hli iiernonul eharnTtor
'I he contradiction of the Mi-- ni"'!! did
not arrive UJfUl X '0 o ( lock It came to the
Aewodntcil l'r.-tu In the shape of i. pni
tlve vfitemtint trom Santiago made tn th"
knon'cilce (hit the n port f the vnv
tor m diath had tieen clrculatil ThW 'Us-
pitch ai lmmeilatclv given as wide a clr
ulntlon tn thi clt na it was ixiiwlblo r
It to reeio at that i ite hour Secretary
Ha was place! In posston of u. oop
of the dlKUch ns were also Mr Slmr-
"A ni"t m-irvelous condition of affair'
roimnrkot the ecretar Ho tlien prceod-
t d to cn.- his great rellf tint th ilrt
ticwj w i1. ml tinttrmeil
'III. mw .f th. reixirte!! death of Mi
Sherman took many persons friend h and
other to hlx home on K street Among
nrher who wen- congrega1el there when
the reporter of t Associatd Press called
tere were the former private secretaries
of Senator 8herman Mr. Dabcock and Mr
Valle a.n well as Mlns Kate AVhltlock a
niece and Mr Charles Hoyt whoee hus-
band was a cousin of Senator Sherman'.
They and hers present read tho dispatch
starting that the eimtrr was still alive
with tremulous oy
The rending of the glad mesnago had
w.itxx-ly befii onu htded Bv those pres-
ent than Sirs McCullom tho adoplod
daughter of Senntor and Mrs Sherman
liurst into the room arcompanind by tho
daugiiter of General Miles. They hart re-
ceived the news through a telepnotm men-
mig from to Aiwoolated Tress while at
fSenerol MIIcm' house and haul hurried over
to impart It to the rest of Khe family. "It
liu. been a trying day" said Mrs. MoCul-
lorn "but all Is well again. '
Imrnol there were heartfelt rajololng
thanksgiving on the part of Mioie who had
a-secmbled at the house vviien ther real-
iacd It wan true tat the invalid was Ixrtter
and might be restored to them.
MltS SHBnMAN NOT TOLD.
Mr Sfaeirmiui Is tho one erson of Mie
senotor'H household who suffered noilltcr
from the first announcement n nr rejoiced
over the second. She was not Informed of
Mrs. Sherman has been quite til frcm
a paralytic stroke for several months and
had never been informed even of the sen
ator's serious Illness for fear of Us ef
fect upon lrer It was felt when the ntws
of his death canto today tlm.t it would
have to be broken to Iter but nit hl
tateti to make the announcement. It was
iilllmntilv decided to pontpjie the sad
duty until tomorrow. She was thus saved
Alnady many telegrams of con lolonce
ami pergonal calls of sympathy h id len
r c-i (-1 it the house
l'nimpt efrort was traule by the Asso
olateil Tress to Inform the prominent ol-
ticlols of tho ndministratlou ami other
of 'he naf arrival of Mr 8nnnn St
ftanthitro and It was with a feeling of
genuine gratification and saMsfa) an that
this ikwh was received supplemented by
on expression of hope that Mr. Hhe.'nian
would entirely recover
When the report of Mr Sherman's death
was first circulated today on Aasoola'ed
Press n-iHirter oullud at the Hherman res-
Idence He was received by Mrs. MoCul
lorn who was asked if the report was oon
firm! She said- "Yes I hav heard from
the ni.it.' deiMvrttnent that he la dsatl."
Mrs McCullom added that she did not
know whore the stats dopartinsnt recelV'
ed tbla information.
Alnllicfrd Child Foil 11.1.
Pslnesvllle. O March A stUrttlng
s. n-jtl to the abduction of GeraUl Iplnsr
the e-ir old son of Mr and Mrs. Louis
Lapln-r whhh occurred In Chloago May
W lMl. developed Kre today in the rs-
eoverv nnd restoration of the rWM to his
nwKivur iw tnio arnri ot Aim Ann
Ingeis .11 and John Collins who lira alfOUt
a mil. w est of Pa nesvtle at wltore plas
the cbihi wus found ami where he had
Ihomi k. o since lost June On ths KHh.
of M' fi- raid Lapliwr wr . id by a
mysii rioii woman from in front of his
parent honv. no MK Prairie uv.muo In
(Thicago A large reward was offered for
the recovery of the child although ths
t'hhn.o polio madi every effort to bring
tho kldimpp. in t . IiisMh" ii. .thing further
. .u 1.1 be Warned
Mxiiit Ii.' months ago i in WHp.kHir .l
. unit of the ulMlutti.n and tin rew ird
offer d aim under tlio mtlc . of Mr F V
rnii und ids wist r Miss f lairls
n4ghbors of the Ingersolls Mr and Miss
Korrte kubih-ck! that the little boy who
had bai-n at th." rosldonce of Mrs. Hngnr-
hoII huh . '.at June might be the missing
child und they tittered Into oorrespondencs
vvjtn tin- i nti-aKO ponce After snout
tw i month Investigation and corres
pond nn- it was determined ihwt tho ohil-l
was tlie inlMdag Otruld Lapioer
lifth Mrs Ingersoll and Collins were
placed under arrest and were held for
trial Mm Ingersoll denies the ohA.'g of
abduction ami could be induced to say
nothing about tho case
Th.- bearing of the prisoners was posi-
tion d utitl. Thursday They will proba-
bly be r. movtd to Chicago as toon as re-
quisition papers can be secured .
J'nlou&y Causes a Hhootliig.
I'hlcago March tt John T Shayne a
wealthy furrier and a prominent dento-
ciatic . iiitlcian was Shot and probably
fit. Sly wounded this afternoon by Hairy
il Hammond a merchant tailor. TM
ehuutlng oocured in the cafe of tbs A4l
torium annex where Shayne waa sMttag
at lunch with Mrs Hammond Ibe diver-
cod tfe of Hammond and two other lad
las Mr Bhajno was Shot In tfe back OS
hi Aut at a table. Ho foil under tho t&Ne
and Hammond pulling upthw the Mln9
. i i i daiberately fired two mors bullets
tnt the heiplwti man. He than walks
out Into the offtos of tho hotel where he
stood awatUns tho arrival of An sftlw
lis waa quickly placed under arrest end
taken to thho HarrtsoR strst et-uton
where he dollnl to maka Mty sUtemeiit
Shayne who waa n wWdower had been
in company wHfa Mrs. Ilamnrand a great
deal smco her divorce from ITamr- ml
and there waa talk of an amr'tilng
marrtags between then.
Mrs Hammond secured n divorce from
Hammond nearly a er ago o-i tho
ground of habit unl drunkenneees : ..
eausi' for the shooting ta known unless It
cm be Attributed to Hammond (al nnv
or hi dlvoti tl wife.
All tihire loillol struck ftlwv tie m ihe
back and It tv i at firt toe opin . i fin
pin -I. Iiiw that hi dei 'i w i 1 v table
in short time linter th. v d u I that
he bad i eh nice if blood "m.i . d us
not et Ir
Tli roi' Hod is Fun nil
N it il Mm 'Jl 'Ihf l. .1
r i("d fioiu tin ruins f tne v hhisoi
hoi. I imln Ih' were badly tlnrie.! nn.l
reat 1 1 f 11 i 1 1 ' l. in expn-lemed In Ibe
There ne n iw five bodies at the mor
gue ouch t-iKH'd with a numb. i. hlch
sith the known dead brings th II t to
fifteen The list of m1slng is tlll vry
argo .numbering is persons Th ii.nd
it hospital an all ecoMring
Although the wort of Clearing i i ths
lebris is proKrelne; . apl.lH a i.slblo
it seemid tonight when the shift of f ur
hundred men wn mode that but. a mall
port of the ruin had been removed
n effort nn nndu to pull down the
section of the rer wall by mwm f a
inble btrt is wa unsuccessful tinc are
all around the ruin and Iho IiIk mwds
that wttll gath'-r ere kepi at u dlitince
The sereets about th. rntns are lmpinblo
and the debris 1 pll.d to a hlghth of 1 or
feet on the l'lftli avenu. Vd. iiti the
iTth street side the pile li . .-n more
The workmen have succeeded In clearing
away considerab of the debris for i dis
tance of about twenty feet t.ward the
Interior of the mas. They had struck at
Intervals what appeared to be partition
walls and tonight are digging around thsm
toward tho ground
The servant of the hotd were for the
most part on the top floor of th. forty
seventh street side and tho wot km. n hav
unearthed many articles of chenp clothing
and cheap Jewelrv as well whii.lt evident
ly belonged to tho domestics
All of the most valuable of the artloles
found are turned over to th coroners of-
fice. "War Dopiirfniont Hilling.
Washington March It Tho war denart-
ment has bssn Investigating the cargo
that four of the ceeond UetMnants reronf-
ty appointed hi Una army having been pr-
vknisyl cHscharged from the West IVlnt
military noademy wens tArerefor lnelbrlhle
Tho provision of law Is that no cadet
who has bean disoharged shall be re-appointed
In taioar my aliead of his class
In whloh lie was sewing The mon namail
are IDdwanrt P. Downs appointed from
Texas and now In the Philippines NaMi-
amiel It. CWtambllss Jr. appointed from
Alabama; Iouls J. Von chalk N. Y. and
IMward ID. Hsckell. It appears from the
records In tftio war department that of
these DwoTss 'ml Von Bolmik oonve with
in tho law ami will not be oommlsetonod.
NeMlver Ok tlveir classes liave gradu-Uad.
Haskell Is it ths elasa of 1001 and l-
tltougii he wan dheli&rgd the entire
class petlUonod and Ute academic board
recommended Mm for appointment and
under the law nuoh reoommendattons can
Im accepted. Haskell was wounded at 8r.n
Juan. Oimmbltss was of tho clews of 1199
whkih grs'liiateil February ir 1899 and al-
though he was discharged in 1HU8 his clsr
has been commissioned ahead of him.
Dnlon (Jnuld Dororntcil
Nsw York March M. Blre Coi mlssloner
Soannel today sent to Miss 4telen Gould
a letter In which he informed ler that In
view of services render by her on ths
occasion of the Windsor hotel tire lie In-
tended to present to w i gold bodge
whloh would enthle her io enter the firs
lines at any flre that may occur In Great-
er Now York Another badgt will be
presented to IiYartk J. Gould who aided
bis slater at tas flre.
Col. IJryan at NuhIivIII.
Nashville Tenn. Masxtt U-IIon. W. J.
Rryen arrived her tonight and waa met
by a oomtnlHes and eeoorted to ths Tu-
Isne hotel. Later he deMvereU a Isoturs
utfon "Pending ProMsots" at 9m Taber-
mr't before an Immense athMenos for ths
benefit ot the Ladles Hennitac assooit-
tion. Tomorrow morning' he will speak
before tho liglalnturo of tho state. He
will be Unreduced by Governor Kosllll'-i.
Knugli in.lur Kills iilnm.
Havana M-h HU:U m..-UJojr V. J
Mar Unas of the Cuban forces who was
i-hot 1st evening at the hotel Inglegattr
by poltoi Lieut Bmll Casein the former
trumpeter ot the Rough Riders is not
expecteJ to live. Casein has ben placed
in all His aotloti i gent rally condemned
as un anantsd and as duo to his excita
ble to mxrment.
KII PAHKRK'S KNOCKOUT
l.nver. ul March 21 .ad Parker of
Ih ivrr knocked Jsck Carrlg of Chicago
ot t In the Uth round here tonight. Ths
flifht was a very protly one and neither
hid the advantage till the sixth whsn
Ci rrlg r.clved a cut over the left eye the
l.l ..Ml Interfering with his sight In the
11 h Paikrr landed a right swing under
the left ear whtoli put Carrlg out.
t'lfANOFL iH8 Dt'TIBS
Washington. March 21 -Pi..f Mark W
Harrington formerly chief of ths weasH j
er bureau and latterly for cant official In
charge of the weather sirvl.w OB the Is
land of Porto Itlco has bcn reHSTSd Of
the dutss of the litter iosl ana Will re-
turn to New York His assistant has
assumed charge of the ssrvio tinder a
uible f.rder from secretary lWtaa.
slauohteh or OBnvisuBs
Iondon March tLX dlspatoh to I.rd
Cromer Urtttsti dlpiotnatv; agent in Rs it
embodying the reply of General Lord Ki-
rhener of Khartoum to questions regard
ng tns at -tM mutilation ana .itu.su
slaugbtsr of Dervishfs In the batilo '.
OttduroMO bo. bu.u laid bufurs ttHu-
meat. mi.. ....m .-t
tollghtrnth. burden of pain aud cure. Kr.nV v..
'Ihls brings us to ibe question of a' ...
rinsuiniJiiw i is tue oui reiuray
for blind. Useding or jrotrul.nf i.nes
that U lndorse.1 by phy.lcluns Cures
the roost obstinate eases K II. LUlie
WAS IT DIVINK WUATllt
A Scoll'or Drops Dead Whllo
Cnirilug His Mnkor.
t'aldwell Tax March 21-Tho negrots
of the Brasos bottoms In Burleson cguniy
it '-rrlbly exercised ever whatt hy con
i.l i i -'tatton of dlvlnew rath.
" ir people died a niw daa gi
"ii I eLiaorJinar c i :un'ta i
Th '' " "vl was known lo bd a V
vvh ktl unl profam man a- 1 m na I
nil. in pi t ' .joncoal hia oou' -mpt for r.
hk ! ii vfry form lie ia el pticr.
'i I. i in i lo sport if nl vh) attended
i"i on .i ast Sunday he h append i
ri ll i ui that led paal a mee. ig
ho lie 'i. i tli colored pe.i(i.s Were en-
iai 1 i reldp. An .iuii unit' vj
'" i'i - u dfor tile ..1 I j show ii
I"1 ' " ' ' Ugloii an i i .topped u.a
nn ! .. k . i of sp i 1 .uroli tl-.a
i" ' '' 'i' l all ikii; l w v re engagnl
in vwi - itpp i g tnnl N n interrupt l
th iMft. i aid wh n in in mie tired vf
ibu-l th. pouple nn' i Uglous
lief lu niuiintod 111. hor. i i I ivide aniy
Not t a fi in tiie nut- itm ii i e Ih st j
led at a 1. 1 id-tide HallKlll. j el oborlug u
dei tin ix. ement Uiit h Hod uroj a
wiule t ilkit k at th chun n a i i called
.i drink of vv litakey.
'Jiv. tin In It's pt' n anl (Kxl's wra' I
he h.u .m While tilling tin glaaa i
k. j.i or i hi ig against religion. He ha.
no "neiii i w 1 1 lowed tho liquid than ho ie.1
dead on tin Moor of tho salo.. 1. Tho '
or d iieopic who weie proaent were para-
IjKid with wonder and fear and it was
not v i le ii onsldrable difllculty t'ia
th. v c ili l Inducod to removal he b.jly
iii.l i v . it leccut l.uiial In fact in
"i. -ii ui occumni e win so bo vvt t
in le nth it. .1 and nothing could oonvu e
ih. .lion jesiple that God did not trike
i.. m. rr. T ioa' to puni h turn for n s
l. k din lie was a iMmporatlve Btrn
K'l in 11" n. Jghborho.nl and "allod . I.n-
iioir John IU. ynea.
Seattle Wash Marhc 21 -A boiler in a
basement of a saloon on tho corner of
rthliigtiiti and South Second stroe
. xplodid tonight Injuilug II .j men vv a
wiio p.mniK by on the aid. walk. Ttreo
arc thought to bo fatal I hurt They Live
not In i n Identified. The man who had
harKi of tlie boiler Is mlaulng. The hci
ler was located undor tho sidewalk and
In v otid the breaking of .i felas no dutn
lino was done to the building which i a
three story brick. The Injured men wrr
thrown 10 or 40 feet I'i ths air.
Tho most excellent rind latest stvlo
of Lowney's chocolate and bou bona at
tlio Vienna llnltory.
i Pnp Unt Jfl A H
i ill wi fikm rmfA-ya
" t; y iLj' IL.J1J& " JL a?j x
j t.itts nut
ilatif era o
i In!. I Imthcan
be iiliilo .t en-
in. ly av nldcil.
incr.tt. ar t
er. It gives
ton cloths i;u-
Itnlorgalis.aud rmti them in
condition to do their work
jieMectlv. That makes preg-
nancy lest! j-aitiful shortens
l..bir aud hastene recovery fter
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
Ins also brought happiness to
Iho'tssnds of homes barren (or
years. A few doses often brings
joy o loving hearts that long
lor u darling baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine canes out
of ten. All druggists aell Winn
of Cardul. Jt.co per bottle.
War AilvleA In raitulrtni. ftBAtAl
i dlreclin iddrssi r'fUij lymptomi
J t'n ' Ladles Advisory Depirtmnt
1 ns unittuMSss MMUir. fjo. ctutu-
Hri. WUlf 1 HAL!.
of jrrerton C. mjii
When I flrtt task Wins orCxrdul
ws hd tees mirrled thrae yeirt but
tuuld not titva sny children. Hint
moaitai uur f bsi fins girl btby."
S Frink & Hisself
For Coffee Like
Your Mother Made.
': Onpuslte the errmet Arre
i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i iii i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i
?r TiT V t r ifr ?jt rr 7fT ?? v tfi ?T ?t
The Shortest Route
Us VIA THK
Orlando and Stillwater
.... 1 have a wdi t..ipp.- H4.j?e line anl
'a quick trans t
" arrive at 't '
water at 1 1 a u.
UM t t
0rUndo at ii0 p.
I A. C HUlJKHlo
i a r ijS-W
'j'rV X. TjcK.
THE HARNESS MAN.
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