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SCR ANTON, PA.. FIMDAV MORNING, MARCH i!:t. L894.
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MM Testimony lutroducttl Iu
Pollard Broklnridge Trial.
AS TAUGHT AT QU1NN SEMINARY
Mr. Brown, of tho WsSMVysn College,
Says That the Plaintiff Was Per
foct'y Able to Take Care of Hsrsslf
with Men and Resist Improper Aii
vAnces J. Owen Robinson Oft'ers
Expert Testimony The Evidence
of the Apology for a Man Who
Gave Away Letters Is Objected To.
0RV1NO. BROW M. president of
the Quino Y;iev college, Ihe
son ol Pr W. K. Brown, presi
dent ot Weeleyau college in Clu
ci.niti w ere Mies Pollard w, a stu
dent, deposed that ho tirst knew Miss
Pollard ki the fall of 183, when sbo ;
oamt to Weeleyan college, where) h, j
K than Hr board end tuition j
S0O was to be paid by Mr Modes, but j
all of II hi I not been ;''
Mr Brown Mid there wis aiways
more or lai kinahip claim I by Mies
Pollard with prominent men ami out
of this 'h nirli nicknamed bar "Mad
line Vivian Bill Breckinridge Joe
lY--.r-rtr.". the tirst visit of Colonel
Brackanri ii to the college, Mr. Brown
said he remembered that ie was very
aevere'.y criticised it the time for allow
inz Miaa Pollard to icoont alone with
tha defendv.: Mr. Brown ta::rt-l
that he w,i absolutely cartaia Miss
Pollard had received co te'.-cr.m suiu
her home on An. 8, 1S94, for
sngtne laft tha traok. Mr Gable ee
sapad Injuries, but 8l or received a
fractured akuli and othar Injuries Iron
winch he died shortly nf tor being
bronfht to his home in Newport
None of ha otbar trainman or pas
fencers were hurl. The tr.ifl.uien who
wore making repairs laft th iwltob
opal by mistake. This it the first fatal
accident thai bus occurred on tha road
In a period of three ya irs.
SCARLET FEVtR OT I E BAM ON.
Th, Dtaaaaa Spreading to an Alarming
Bxttm Deathoere Numerous.
Lebanon, March 99 Scnrlet fever
prevails in tbta oity to an alarming ax
tent and oomtilainl i balng mada ihut
lha oaaai are not proparly quarantined.
While the board ot baalth i dmuK
nil it can to ohaok tha ipraad of tha
disease,!! ie asserted tl)it oity ronntilli
are itereltot in withholding propar sup
port from tba board. A number ol
deaths bar occurred racantly.
CVCLONt IN KrNrUCKy.
Baraa, Venose and Lie Stock tosttered
Bfor, th nreesea
OwsNSBtnto, Ky., March 99
of a disastrous cvcl -ne, whioh
'v, r Curtisvtlle, tins county, has just
roaenod me oity by courier.
A funnel h ape I oloul swept down,
Katlarod fancaa ar. I rm-d a lro
itock barn, a tobacco b.im andaata
b'.e, leavuu- hardly a ptaoa of plank to
Ibow whare the buildiuga itood, Some
VatntblO Itock was killed.
TO BE ONE M THE FAMILY.
Lord Rosobary, England s Premier,
Engaged to a Daughter of the
Prince of Wales.
LONDON, March 23 Th statement
ciues frrm an antboritatiTa innrca
tbt the queen and P.-iuce of Walts
iiHv siv i thair COOiant to the msr
riae of Lord RoseDerv an 1 th- Prin-
caaa Mand of Walaa, and that tho of
be was in charge of tha collage at that gcial aaiiouucerueut may bs expected
:i anv atv
time ml M.s I -. . ir A w.:.a L.tve
come to him for rerm.aaion.
i Miss Pollard leetified that Colonel
Breckiari lje had sea: a b-ieas tele
gram to cer, signed with uer tnothurs
name, summoning her hotna on the
date cmi in order that the Dig tgo
lo Lexington with him I
Mr. Brown tail Mis Pollard wai t
girl perfectly able to take c-ireof bar
til w;th rcn aad tc res.st '.ajproper
aJvacs- she was tauht bow to coc
due; herself in this wv.- at the collei;?.
Dr Kuh B. Williains, a physician,
wno Bred in Brilgeoort, Ky . depoaed
that de attended .Mrs. Pollard, tba
mother of Madeline, at the birth of a
d inhter, in Oetober or Xovembr.
VBtt Mra Pollard than had two
dinght.f. was eatled Matti
who was than "a "ttl toddling tot
about 2 or f old." HJ
could act ay whether ...ilelm Pol
lard was that girl, it was more than
twenty years since he bad aeen her
The porpoee ot thii deposition was to
prove that the "little tot" Mattie wa
Madeline Pollard, and that she was 21
or H year old instead of IT whn aha
mat Colonel Breckinridge in 1884
DEPOSITION" OF AN BONUUMJi KNIOHT
The nxt deposition r.:Tr'id wis that
of Dr. J. uaa Bobiaaoo, of Bri lje
port, Ky. . aphys.c.tn who had prac
ticed i in' Bridgeport. Ky.. for the Da,t
ii yar-i. H) Mil ne knw Madeline
Poilard, a niecaof Mrs. Dtnnt who was
'not a beantifnl g.rl, hut woo was at-
Uinwasthe business which caused
Lord Rosebery's urgent snmmons to
tn- queen i pretense the Saturday be
fore me anr..iu!iemut of Oiadatone'i
retirement, and ttie myateriona hob
nobiog of tta ministers tha smnilay
How th R Heals will relish the
leadertblp .if the Prince of Wales' son
m law. who proramably will b pcn
liarly susceptible to court iurl lence.re
mams to be s-n.
Princesa Man J. or "Harry," as she
is often called at fcoin?, was sai 1 a
While aco to be growing prattler every
!jv, and unra like liar roval mother,
.""he is a brig M lively girl and f nil of
fun. She is 21 ytar oil and tiie young
's', 'living child of the Prince and Prin-!-'
' ' Walea.
There was a report as long as four
reus -igo that an would probably
marry Vieeoont Cbeleeu, oldest sou of
Krl snl Countess Cadogao. Thar .vas
nothing in the rnmor, howaver. For
about a y-ar past it has been the gos
'ip in fashionable L .nlon that Lord
k etery was likoly to wed the prin
Like tha othar daughters of Wales,
she w.-u ed nested by M.I. Vantier and
Pranlein Nodel, and bosme proficient
j in several IsngUSgeS h-- Ii well rail,
; anl has dn lel musical tahnt and ar
i tistic proclivities.
Lord Rosbery is -17 years old and a
, wi low-r with -vri,l children. II
tractive for her intellectual attain- was married ii 1; v, H .nnan. daugn-
I teroi naron Mayer i H itnioblld, who
brought to him the maf uificent do
tn in of Mentmore. When she died in
l-.'i'l. she left him a large fortune.
qoar.ta owea Kobtnsoo is tae your.g
an who gave to tha defer., letters
written him by M.ss Poller 1 whan she
waa a soh'.ol girl.
The lep-oner.t said he thought Mla
Pollard was oboui IT years old in lrro.
A question as to ner aMlity to rasis;
advances was objected to on the
ground '.hat it was "expert" testimony,
and the reet of Mr Robinson's deposi
tion was not read on account of th ex
Shortly after o'clock the court ad
jouroed until istnrday.
STREET CAR STRIKE.
7h Ctunsas of Teledo Ar, Obiied to
T tfea a Cab or Walk.
ToUtBO, 0 . March H. TbM morn
ing ali 'hs men on the Toledo Klectric
fetreet Railway company's lines went
ont on strike lca ja fonr arnployea of
the road were 'luchargeil and given no
definite reason Ovr half the city is
withont street ear stvic today.
It is said that prominent politician
snd offo iala ar'i urging the ittiKm oa
for the purpose of making eapital ont
of it in the BOffling municipal election
There Is bitter fight on between tha
railroad company and certain poUttfal
CON f ROLLED BY OLD HICKORV.
Comm,nilr OOSMV Calm, to Po,,a, th,
fipiflt Of An'lrr.w Jackson.
PRIBBOBO, Pa, March M This alt
en.oon Qrand Ooooander Coxey ift
Pittabnrg for his h'.me at htsMtllott,
He stated bsfOTS leaving that he was
estisfied his army would rrceivo the
cordial support of rnuny of Pittsburg's
Mr. Coxey said today for tha first
time that he had discovered traces In
his spirit of the reincarnated soul of
Andrew Jnckson, "Old Hickory,"
whose memory ia so dear to the Dem
ocracy of today
DEATH OF FRANK MAGEC.
Brother of th Propriatc.r of Pittsburg
Tlmea Ezplta Suddenly.
Pittshi.ho, March 89, Frank M.
Magoe, eldMst brother of (J. L. Mage
and William A. Magea, proprietors of
the Timea, died suddenly at his resi
dence at midnight.
Mr. Magea waa ona of the best
known attorneys in western I'unnayl
vanis. He was 13 years old. He leaves
a widow and several children.
RAN INTO AN OPEN SWICTH.
a.n A. I. tent oa th N-wport and Slier
mana Valloy Railroad.
Newport, Perry County Pa., March
22 '1 hie morning a train goin west
over the Newport and Shermans rail
road ran into an open switch at Sylvan
Btation, wrecking the engine. John
H. Gable, the engineer, and Jumea
Stair, fireman, both jumped before the
ANARCHIST'S FRIENDLY TIP.
Impirtar.t I-.f-vrm-rlir, Oivn hv a I hv,l
clan t hn Pari-, Pollr,.
Paris, March :i A physician gave
valuable) information yesterday to
.In Ige Kopir.as.cjtA.mining magistrate In
th most rersut anarcii,tcas Hestid
that on March 10, jmt fivo dajri before
tba explosion in the '-litirch of th
Madeleine, a worki'.gmati wboss
daightr he had rettorad to h"alth had
warned him tosbon the '.'n-irch of the
Madeleine and the oper . v7hen asked
for reasons the WoTfclngmBn dad r.qili..il
rn'-rely that he dare rn.t tive any.
.In Iva Bap DM is following this rln.
and siptota to g"t Important evldenoe
concerning the accomplices of J'.uiw
el, who was blown Bp with his own
U-rab at the entrance of tha church
HEARD OW-K FHF- CABLE.
An eartbuueks destroyed leveral bonsai
at Kanssa, UreOOS,
' ardinal ItamjKilla. papal serri-tiiry of
state, lias ht'Ti rioruinated arr hpt lest, of
Ht. Peter's churob, Room
The aiiti"Xa,ion to 'ireat llrilaln of Pon-
dolnnd, thai rip of territory between Na
'ai end the ' ipi ntOood Hop, Is formally
Bentsnees of Italian anarrliiils, con
Sided St Mn' dl ''nrrara, wld haVOtobS
modified, the rnllltiiry ri iirls being d
ciarsd not competent,
A great crowd obeerad Bnpsror Wiii
lanon ids arrival at Knimo. Tbs empre .a
met him end the onoplesallsd for Abbasls,
on the war ship Moltka
- . - - -IN
OUR OWN COMMONWEALTH.
Profsssor Erwlo w Rankle has been
elected to the i-iinir of payobology snd
ethlcn in the Statu rollegi..
Mr. Anna IfoOsd wn osugbt Si tbs
WUkes-Barre station iu iiim aras about to
depart with ii'.'i't mid .Inwpli K'nshelk,
Tracked from Newport, It I., aaac ltif,
accused of smbetsflng tUW, has been
captured nt Parkervllle, Oheeter county.
The trial of Kergeanl IjaaQkenboi fur
alleged n'Sault upun a weinan prisoner in
the Reading lookup ended In blsaoqoltttl,
The ground Dads fsmoUS by Plokalt'l
charge, at Qettysbarg, win betbecemp
Ing ground of the national guard tins
The contract for Reading's 1150,000
sewerage plant, was awarded to the Penn
sylvania. Huiitiu y Sewerage company, of
Governor PsttiSOD yesterday anpoinled
Geuernl William .1. Pollen, or Philadel
phia, a member nf Ilia Pennsylvania cum
mission to help murk the AntiStBD battle
The president sent to the senate the fol
lowing nominations: Albert 3, Harr, of
Penn-ylvsnla. surveyor of customs, iis.
triotnf Pittsburg: pesttunsters, P. J. I.au
gnti, Bawleyi A. IT Dick, West Newton;
K, J. ODonnelL Canton.
Proetedligi ol lha Nabruka Mono Hiken
Am to Bt Innstlgiled,
SENATOR STEWART'S OBJECTIONS
The Nevada Statesmsn Docs Not
Wish to Have the Illegal Manufac
turers ot Silver Interfered With.
Resolutions on the Di'.illi ot Kos
suth War to Be Made On lha Rus
sian Thistle Other Business Sug
gested. W LSIIINOTON, March B9
vKATH of tue great Hungarian
leader In the revolutionary
l period Of ISIS wa the subject
vt a resolution adopted iii the
uate today on motion ot Mr. Hoar,
Massachusetts, expressing dap regret
at the death of "Louis Koatotb, tha
illustrious patriot and lover of lltn'rtv,
formerly thegueat of the American
Tbe newspaper reports of the extent
to which the illegal coining of silver
dollar was carried on In Oinabs, Neb..
w.is the foundation for a resolution of
fered bv Mr. Bharman (Ohio) directing
an inquiry by the judiciary committee
as to whether tbe existing statute,
against counterfeiting wore applicable
to the case of simulated coins of equal
weightand fineness to those issued out
ot tbe government mints. The resolu
tion went over without action ou ob-
jectlon of Mr. stowurt (Nov I
Tb6 hill for t -e site for the govern
ment printing cilice was discussed, and
no amendment for tbe acquisition of
the Mabone lot w as adopted 37 to 28
A motion to reconsider that vote was
made and la pending. The bill appro
priating 1 for the exteriuina
iiou of tue Russian thistle waa die
cussed and went over without action,
fbe senate at 4 p m. adjourned until
NOT ENGAGED TO ODETTE.
Howa J Oould Defies That He Will
Marry th Actress.
NEW YORK, March 89, Howard
Oould. the youngest am of the late
Jay Gronid, deiiird Yesterday that ha
intended to marrv Udetto Tyler, the
ctres, is lia.l been reported.
"1 know Miss Tyler very well," ba
said, "hut I am not engaged to her. 1
don't think it n matter I should be
called upon to dlacuaa. 1 have fre
quently ben iu her company aa l ea-t-em
her 'joat highly."
Tba fact that ha bad been in liilti
inore nnl Philadelphia when the
aetr"- happened to be playing in those
citls he attributed to accident. Miss
Tyler also declared that there was no
troth iu the story. The ns of Mr
tr nld's brougham and alleged presents
of tl .wers and jewelry are said to be
only tha tributes which many
actrens receive from men whose
intentions are not especially seri
i ns. Members of ''The Oirl 1 Left
Behind Me" company talk of a rubv
ring which was givn t Misi Tyler.
an I for which Tiffany A; Co, are aaid
to have received $9,800,
Miss Tyler ia a divorcee, and is
known off the stage as Bessls Kirkland.
Charles Frohtnan sai t be hai beard n
story that Miaa Tyler and Mr. Oould
wer- to he married, but h- was not at
liberty to discuss the matter.
A MOTHER'S SWIFT REVENGE.
She Ki.Uth Youth Who Assaulted Her
Norfolk, Va, March m Edith
Hugo, 10 years old,daughter of a pro,
peroui farmer of Norfolk c tunty, about
f ur miles from this city, hat been at
t. Vincent's hospital for four days
under treatment for a disease whloli
the physician, were at first imahle to
lingnOM Yesterday the hospital an
tborltles ssnt for the parents of the un
fortunate girl end Informed them thai
she waa sulf-'ring with a loathsome
disease and that hr death was almost
Mrs Hugo questiono 1 hr iiaughtar
and drew from bet Hi" ftonfOSsion that
he had lenn criminally aanltwd a
month ago by Frank Watte, 111 years
Old, a clerk employe I at n itorn near
bar father's booje, who threaten" I lo
lull hr if she made known her Condi
Mrs Hugo, without, waiting for
further detmls of the atrocious crime,
hurried bom, saoored s pistol, went to
th store whre Watts was employ. -1
and tired two bullet. Into his back,
killing hun instantly. She surrendered
BSMeli tO the police.
COX-Y'5 CURIOUS CONVERTS,
lit., oi's for III, Armv Ai II inn Oh
tnin,d Ht Reaelton,
HAKBLTON, March 88 W. Astor
Evans, of thiH city, who olaitned to
have been oomntesloned "y Oenrai
Coxey to organize the Pennsylvania
detachment of tbeOOmmon weal army,
ha, been working industriously toth.it
end during the paat week Today he
telegraphed CoXSy "llava HOO men
ready at Cranberry, 100 more mi dor di
rection of Willi mi Uassldy at Tom
bioksD, Wira Instruotlons."
To Oovernor Pattison another tela
grmn was addressed asking for 200
tents for uso of oltlssni at Wsibington,
js yet no raplv ha, been received to
either commiinic ition
Cosey, who lived at Danville tons
time ago, la well known here an t it is
aid Evani i a relative of Coxey's
wife. Evans has plenty of money and
claims to have all nSOlSiary capital to
carry out the projeot as lar us his bat
talion Is concern, d
REJECTED LOVhR'S REVENGE
He Poison, HI, fiw -th .art, H,r Father
DtutANdn. Mexico, March 22 - There
is much excitement among the people
of the town ot Caoarla, iltnatsd about
sixty miles north of here, over a terri
ble tragedy that has just, been enacted
there. The perpetrator of the deed was
a woll known man of the town n no d
Hafa.-l Lopes He was engaged to
marry Misn Furlho. the pmtty daugh
lor of Martin Parens i, a wealthy
re ne he ro of that eoctiou Having re
cently heard rsporls aerydprogatpry to
the oliaracter or Lope,, tip young lady
wrote him a letter breaking their engagement.
Shortly after lie received the letter
Lope, called npOU llvr and pleaded lo
be reinstated in her affeotloni, but ehe
refused. The father of the girl, with
trim Spanish bospltality. invited the
discarded lover to remain lor dinner,
and Ihn Invitation waa accepted. The
three sal down to eat, and Lope,, in a
acre) manner, put pi ison in severs!
lllsl 01 of l"od, and lllvu partook of the
fatal iii xtiirn also. In a few minutes
all throe were talpni deathly ill, and
died before physician could be sum
moned. ITS FAIE IS IN DOUIIT.
Olavaland Not Dtolded WhatCourss
to T.ik on OolnSgS Hill.
Washington, Mnroh88, Those oloa
eat lo Mr, Cleveland have not ns yet
received any intimation of what ins
intentions nre aa to the seigniorage
bill Pressure is still being put upon
him with Inoreaaing earucHlnesH, and
he Is studying the question Iu a man
ner wbioh Indicates that he himself is
still iii doubt aa to his action.
I he cabinet, la seriously divided ou
the question, and it can bo aaid with
safety thai none of them have uu
opinion as to his actions which they
hold to with any confidence. The only
linage that are announced with any
poHttVenees lire that he is anxious to
serve ;the southern and western men
wbo stood by him in the tight agaiimt
the .Sherman law, ami that lie will take
full time for the consideration of the
question before acting ou the bill
The beet Informs I UiHlat that ha will
not act until neat the close of tha ten
daya. The Inducements to sign the bill
are being made as strong as possible,
snd be is listening to all that is said
without committing himself,
AN UPRISING FEARED.
Stsps to Prevent Political Diaturbancea
In th Kspubllc ot Colombia
Colon, March 82 Advices received
here from the interior say that sennas
political disturbances are anticipated
in Several of the interior towns of the
Republic of Colombia,
At Bogota, the capital, some orris's
hav " been ma le and additional arrests
A proclamation has been issued and
distributed throughout the country
prohibiting tha assembling in tie
streets of any town or the R"public of
more than three persons. The local
authorities have been instructed lo en
force this proclamation.
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MADELINE A MODEST GIRL.
A Pittsburg Tencher Praise, the Famous
PlTTBBI RO, March 2'.'. Miss May
Woigbtman, assistant principal of the
W ickeraham IChOOl, was a teacher in
the Hailewood school at the time Mad
eline Pollard was a pupil there. Miss
Weight man sail last evening:
"1 rem-mber Madeline Pollard wall
Sho waa under my charge for a couple
of yeara She wan a bright and Very
alT'Ctionnte Child, and 1 believe quite
attached tO me, She was quiet, modest,
and well behaved, and I never had any
trouble with her. She was than a girl
of Pi or U. 1 his w is about n,,.
RUSH FOR EMPLOYMENT.
Kiv, Hundred Men Borambte for Two
READING, Pa , March 83. A sight
was witnessed in this city today the
Ilk of which was never aeen b'forv
The Reading Traction company is
about changing somen' its tracks J f or
the trolley and about 000 men applied
The tools were placed in a cart nnd
the men wore told that those who either
s.cnred a pick or shovel should be
given work A ruh followed, and In
the scramble some of th old men were
knocked over. Only about '.'OH parsons
BURNED BY GASOLINE.
It Fxplodod While th Women W,r
(tUanlnK e Oetpst,
BRLVIORRB, III . March 22 As the
rcHnlt of a gasoline explosion here Mrs
.1 Weatfall, hi re. BsmSY Mnley, Mies
Qrace Darker and a 0 months -old son
of Mrs. M-nley wer frightfully burn
ed. Mrs Westfnllrt injuries are
thought to lie fatal.
The women were cleaning a carpel
with gasoline and a coal stove in the
room ignited the gas Tha house
r aught Bra but was saved.
SUCCUMB I) 10 CISCO t.
Three ttsllaos t vi.h Harr, Poisoned
by Ovl ltlp Fiah
WlLKIS BABRB,Pa., March'1.' Two
Italians, Angio Domlntoand Bavino
Btnffo, weie poisoned by oallug slightly
tainted olssoss here yesterday, Tha
foi liter was sent to the hospital last
night, where ho died Btoffo, the a u
ond victim, died today.
A woman, Mra. Paletiionto, with
whom thvv boarded, was also taken ill.
and Suffered intensely Sh is Inijirov
ing tOUlght and will recover
II Ml' n FROM I H E WIRES.
Leroy Ham, the Chicago money order
forger, has been given live years Intra
Rev ia officers nt New oi k islsed over
810,000 of smuggled Jewelry In the trunks
of Mme Weill da Bonllla.
The BebS faction of the Kvnugellral
church has won the Hint nt Columbus, 0.,
over the publishing Inane.
A coal scuttle full of silver dollars was
earned of by burghim, who robbed the
Ceiiterville t lis. National bank.
As the result of Turfman .lames Prince's
SUSplcloOS ileal Ii lit -New York, his wife
and Jockey Walter Stewart are in jail for
Having lied to Ban Salvador with Hon
dares' defeated President Vanuea Major
B, .1 Burke, LnUsiinne'S defaulting treas
urer, may be surrendored.
The Union Pacific employes hnve re
Solved ID.Strikea week from today unleRH
the wnge qui Ht bin is Htiltleil sui i tfactOI Hy
by the receivers or Judge Caldwell.
Will A. Chilian, 10 years old, son of
wealthy Canilirnlge iMasi i parents, com
milted forgery for Soon iu trying lo "keep
his end up" with hoiiio fnst Chicago men.
and Is now a pt isuuer.
HT M L
A Hungarian Rum Amuck ami Shoots Set
THREATS OF LYNCHING ARE MADE
Mike Bochrock and John Shandow
Quarrel and Draw Revolvers Boch
rock la Fatilly Wounded, a Two-Yoar-Old
Baby Is Killed, Mrs
Shandow and Several Others Are
Wounded Durior, tin: L nj',ai',eioeot.
ShandOW Arrested After Dclyin;;
the Ollitcrs lor Some Time.
WlLKEfl BABBE, March 32
T i, aeries t murders and mur
derous HSSaultS that have dis
graced this county during the
past week P-acln-d a climax to
night at Midvale, a village three miles
from mis aity. Michael Bochrock, a
Hungarian, became involved 111 a quar
rel with John bhandow, a neighbor,
Revolvers were drawn, and a blocdj
light ensnsd, during which Shandow
shot Bochrock under the left nipple
and fatally Wounding linn After th
shooting Shandow II d, firing right and
left at the crowd which had collected,
i ins of tue bullets struck the .'-year old
bady of Philip Henderahot, which was
in its mother's arms. The little ona
TIIK MUUDI RBR BOLD9 CROWD IT BAT.
The murder of the child Worked the
crowd into a frenzy and a rush was
made for Shandow, who retreated Into
his bouse nearly and locked the doors
He than put the llgut out, an I as the
crowd surged up against the do r to
break itop-n he lean-d out of an up
per window and opened fire, k-eping
bia pursuers nt bay for some time.
Meanwhile County Detective Whs
leu bad been summoned by telephone
and hastened to tbe scene with an
armed posse. They opened firs upon
the murderer at otic-', ona shot taking
effect in bis face, another penetrated
his back. A rush was then ma le for
the door which was battered down
The detective placed Shandow ua
der arrest and led him out Into the
roadway where one thousand inton
ated people were waiting for him Th"
crowd wanted to lynch the murderer
then and there snd would no doubt
have done so were it not for the nerve
of the detective and his assistants who,
with drawn revolvers, surround' d the
prisoner and conducted him safely to
the county prison.
MRS BHANDOW ALSO WOUNDED.
During the tight Shandow', wife,
who was in th house with him, was
shot iu th leg and several of the crowd
receivud slight wouu Is. Boohrook was
taken to the city hospital, where tue
physicians pronounce 1 his case hop
lass. He may die tonight.
The excitement in Mi.lv il is intense
at this writing (midnight) and the fail
is oloasly gnarged against a threatened
attack The many crimes committed
by tha Hungaiian and Slavonic ele
liint in ttiis vicinity has caused the
greatest indignation and threits are
openly made that it the criminals are
not promptly punished there will ba a
repetiti n ol t tie SirouJsburg lynching
iu this county.
CAME FOR HIS COFFEE.
How Cilnn! Wit banks Raoovered Hi
Wif bv Asklotf fer a Cup.
Shd Fsl.l.s, S 1) , March Sfl The
divorce colony is lo lose it member In
Mr. Willbanks. ll-r husband, Col
onel Willbanks, a leading Galveston
(Tex.) lawyer, has persuaded her to
abandon her anil and return with him.
Willbanks was once superintendent of
the Chicago ji ist office,
Mrs Willbanks arose one morning,
i. ii. k ahe would bung In r husband a
cup of coffeo. P 'f r be arose she look
n tram far Sioux Falls.
Upon finding her here, tha Colonel
aaid "Well, I hay.-coin- from Texas
for that cup of coffee." Rconcillatton
followed Willbanks is said to be an
accomplished hvpimt ist .
ARE UNfcAl OkSCfelD.iNf S
goetlns Donnelly Xraoea tha riiitr
of Wall stvtt Spioulatore,
DrsMoINKS, I. March ii Presi
dent Johnson, of Kansas Bl Metallic
b ngue. addreis-d the silver Convention
this morning He asserted that Qrover
Cleveland Is a greater traitor than was
Jell Davis. His pai l of the groat con
spiraoy was the repeal of th Sherman
act, aided bv the motley power of Wall
street an I Lombard street Bush an
act cost King CbSrleg II his life The
sentences were greeted with wild sp
Ignatius Donnelly SSid Hut Wall
treet spscnlntors are the direct lineal
descendant of money changers driven
by Christ from the temple,
TO SAVE PHtNDEHGAST.
A KRioie IIhh Been Hautd in Hie
PPBINOrtSLD, III. , March 89, Acting
Governor (Jill arrived hate today and
saeumod charge o( tbe executive office
at noon. Attorney C. S. Darrow, of
Chicago, represented Assassin Prendei
c oil, ami made m aigumeiil before
Oovernor dill at S p in tine aftSrBOOn,
asking for executive cleuiency for
Prendergssl on ti ground of Insanity
At Hie close of the. argument Pretl
dergsst was respited until April 6,
BOMB IN A CHURCH.
Twenty PcrOOn Inland bv Its Fxploslon
at Ornob'.P Hur in the Panic.
PARIS, March 89, A dlspatob from
Oreuohle saya that a bomb was e
ploded yesterday ufternoon in the
chnroh of Galileo, near Greuoble, Tha
bomb was placed nguinst a screen in
side tho main entrance of the church
mentioned, and tl exploded at about 4
.'clock, as the congregation was leav
ing the rncred edi lie after an Kaater
The explosion Injured twenty per
sona, thruo of whom may died as the
result of the injuries which they am
The explosion Oanssd a panic, in the
church, (luring which a nurabor of
other people were Injured by being
trampled under foot
No arrest, t,ol beuu made as th dis
natch referred to wa, sent from
A later dipatch from Grenoble says
that the bomb was filled wilh gnn
powder and Hut it hud a long fuse at
tacbed to it Tho smoke oaneed by tha
explosion filled the church and pro
duced a fearful panic among th pen
pie, during which I he crowd ol wor
shippers rushed exoltedly t th doers
of the church, trampling upon those
who were unfortunate to fall. Women
and children and old people wore tba
DI'oMAl OUILOOK AT GAYLORO.
Cavf-in Ar Constantly Occurring and
Jtei.' Bare Am In (Jr,a' U,nj,'r.
Wjlkeb-Bahbe, March 22 rbe nit -nation
at the Gaylord mine at mid
night tonight looks bad, Another
cave-in took place Ho evening and
other lal.s ar hourly looked tor.
!-everl carloads vt limber were
bnrriedly sent into toe mine at 11.80
o'clock tonight to bo used tor proping
up the roof, It now looks as it the
rehcnera may never reach the mrj who
are yet fell in the mine
A JTSOST FIENDISH CRIME.
Masked Desperadoes Torture an Old
Woman in the Endeavor to
i HE demand for
Hi!'; Jilack( oods
;this season is un
' precedented. Our as
sortment is now very
complete, having just
received our second
Johnstown, Pa . March ti -One of
tbe most air oemu, crimes ever com
mitted In Johnstown turn just come to
light. Tbe police, for reasons not ap
parent, have ma evry effort to nop
press the facts, j robably in tbe hope of
capturing the guilty parties Tbe crime
w,e committed early last Wedneedsj
morning, and the victim was Mr-, liar
c.sy Hoy, a 'vi low over SO years of aje.
Tbs Old lady lives in v.-hut known
here ae an Oklahoma f.uUS', on ol the
small structures erected foi temporary
pnrpoaes, juel ett-r the flood. The
ic-lief has generally nistei that the
was miaerly iu her nature and that sbs
had concealed sbont th prMnUes a
considerable 'iui or money It was
for this that f ur uissk.d mn brnk
into her house about 2 o'clock Wednes
In thair determination to compel her
to show the hiding place of her sup
posed fortune the inaoked detnoni
etrutig h'-r up by a rope and !rsr.gleJ
hr until she wa, almost inteusible
Then they burned her fel, rippx I tbi
clothing from bar body, examine i
every seam in her garment. tner
they tore to s':rad, and sttVjected her
to all the indignities and btutalltlea in
tbs calendar of crime l
The would-be robbers finally cnre-i
seventy (tits as a rcwar for thair
hellishuess. They left th old la.h
lving at the point of death, th fiesboti
uer feet being burned almost to tb.
bone. ThS police are denounced foi
suppressing the crime
.'UTOPSY ON MISS FULLER.
Evidence That th. Woman L.ved Scm
Tim Af:rv Bi-,e Shot.
N'fw y.'uk. Marc:: a -This after
noon Dapnty Coroner 0 ilari fiial the
report of bis antopsy on Mia Fuller.
wiioe shooting last Sitnrdav i still a
mystery. The report is given in full
except the introductory portion,
Among other t ings ;t s! oWSltbal tha
wound on the right aids had been en
larged nnd elosad again before Dr.
O'Hsta lo-k bold ol the case.
Both openings being in fossae, and
through mueclee, w r ol a character
to deceive on a short examination, An
other atatemeut is that the brain wit
full of blood, Bhowing that the girl
must have lived some time after she
was sho.. Dr O'Hsro was no', how
ever, willing to commit bimaeli defi
nitely aa to such duration ot Ilia alter
the fatal shot was tired.
Detoetives McClookey an 1 Titus dli
oo vored this afternoon that the towel
which was over the wash baaia In
l.awrer Mullin s office on Saturday at
ternoon i missing They think tins
msy bs an Importer I clus
gurEN in win LECTURE.
Indianapolis Stan Arranging for Tear
sh V Wear a wn,
Indianapolis, March 88, Dr. J, A.
Houiar, of tin citv, annottnoss thai hs
1, about oloslni negotiations with sx-
Ljuasn Lllluokslatli for a lecture tour
u( the l" ailed States. Mr HoUSOr
wrote the ex qU en si WSekS SgO Offer
lug to manage a tour for her, and be
says the reply Indicates that sh will
ascent the propositi u made.
"We shall begin tna tour In San
Fraiiciaco,'' said he, "as soon a, the
qu -en desires lo com- ever I will bs
there to inet her, and Irom that city
we will make n prolonged t-uir of tbe
whole country, visiting all cities of
considerable slie I havs arranged for
tha q men to ws ir a crown on the stag,
and she will present precislv the same
appearance that she does al Honolulu.'
WASHINGTON Ntws notjS
In French and Ger
man Novelties. Also
a new stock of the
Th e name oi which
is the guarantee of
their excellence. As
the quantitiesare lim
ited, an early inspec
tion is advisable.
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Our lailles' anil nrntlrntan's Mi..r al
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l"b have now bei u
More than hair th
din es in t he count i v
tilled with Democrats,
Banator Call expects to make "the fight
of ins life" today against appointments
uimlei.i 1-lot n la winch he did not n v.
It is said that i he proaident will appoint
tho Chicago millionaire, L Loiter, min
ister to Russia, in place r Andrew D.
A production of gold thronghoul the
world of HBO,OilO,uoo for the oalsndar year
isini is the lateel eaitmate or the bureau of
Forty eight nominations ot postmasters
in New VTors are "hung up" In the aenatu,
oniv eight ot such appointments having
b. eu oonflrmed since congress met.
I CLEAR Wanainoton, Uaroh S8, Are.
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