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   Evening Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1902, Estherville, Iowa                                1f VOLUME MAY PRICE FIVE PHYSICIANS and in Neville Telephones Iowa Pbyilctan A Offion Deant drug Calli tiny or Betideuoe phone Collt answered day or Office 0 to 12 and 2 to 8 Telephone Physician and Office over Flmt National Residence louth of First Baptist Office Houra 10 to 12 2 to 4 Ml calls promptly VOLCANO IN WISCONSIN THUNDER MOUNTAIN BELCHING OUT SMOKE AT AN ING SETTLERS ARE PANICSTRICKEN FRIGHTENED HOMESTEADERS ARC HURRYING TO THE SET LIGHT CAN BE SEEN EOR MILES CLOUDBURST AT ATTORNEYS Allen Alexander ATTORNEYS AT Established by Sopor In Abstracts of Title a IOWA SAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK Interest Paid on Time General Banking Business Transacted Eglin Plows REDHOT MOULDER FALLS GREEN SIXTY MILES AT Rntimtarra In ot May 20 The heaviest rain storm that there Is any record of In this city foil here Saturday after It Is said In Bomn parts of the city to have been a The streets In the business portion of the city were Inundated and carried tor rents of water to the the water leaching from curb to curb and over flowing crossings and Cel lars and yards were Hooded and in the outskirts numerous chickens were After a timo the deluge was turned to and there was mucti damage done to gardens and the storm was particularly hard south of the city and reports say that the farmers have lost A report reached this city that the city of Oltn tonvllle had been ptrmk by a cyclone and that twenty porpons had been killed or how shows the report to be Stevens Point rept rts a heavy but only slight Wires are working to all ponts which would Indicate the absence of a tor OLD BONDS REKNIT IIME1V AMI YANKEE SHOUL DER TO AS IN DAY S OF TWO fLAGS ARE INTERTWINED INSPIRING S MARK I 1NG OF I UK KOCHAMBEAI LORD PAUNCEfOTE IS DEAD THE DISTINGUISHED AMBASSADOR PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY IN The Town To Get Vour New engine and modern Come before the The First National CAPITAL SURPLUS WEBB General Banking Business Wheelock UpToDate POOL and BILLIARD Superb Bowling 118 Lincoln For t Go to the Corner Mar Oehrlein Bank Of Estherviile FOR Real Interest PeJd on Time May reached here lust nght from Eagle and Iron V the startling behavior of Thuncer the highest point of land In Northern which is reported to be belching out smoke at an alarming It Is known that at Green sixty miles a hot boulder fell on a street corner and was still red hot when morning The light of the It la said can be seen for The reports come from localities seventyfive miles According to the reports the few home steaders are hurrying to the settle ments in The strange actions of the mountain have Canned a Panic in the surrounding Thunder mountain Is more of a plateau than a and in the center of the mountain Is a great peat bog and The I has kten seldom for j it is almost a solid mass of with vegetation at the top and a cedar swamp surrounding State geological authorities have declared it to be of volcanic According to last nights reports over 100 settlers have reached Eagle Fiery red sun sets and a succession of severe thunder storms near the mountain have added to the general Pelee May Pelee was comparatively quiet Saturday the volcano belched forth a torrent of lavSl and which rushed down the northern slope of the mountain and swept away what was left of the town of Basse New fissures have opened lu the side of the HiiiidrodN Leave of May Four hundred more refugees from the Island of Martinique have arrived here on board the French steamer Ver and they are all in urgent need of These that the majority of Martinique property owners are either dead or have left the Robberies there owing to the excessive relief distribu the laborers of FortdeFranoe are refusing to work Oltilioma linn May There is much excitement among the full blood Choctaws who live in the Kiamlatl thirty miles northwest from over the threatened eruption of what Is alleged by them to be an extinct There is a hill in this range that has a crater in its top from which there is a constant volume of smoke The Indiana are leav ing the neighbor The locality is spareely settled and not frequently The Indians back up their pre diction of an eruption by an Aztec legend which states that one of their armies was almost totally destroyed as the result of an etfuptlon MYSTERIOUS A Wealthy Chleawo Man Serloneily Wounded Ity Supnoned May Daniel a real estate owner of and partner in the firm of the George Phillips company on the Chicago board of was shot and seriously wounded early yesterday as he lay in bed in his 797 Mon roe street Six shots vere three taking one behind the left ear cue entering his nose and the other shattering his right Considerable mystery surrounds the Ac cording to she and her hus band were asleep when Hill was awakened by the forcing of a lock on the bedroom He reached for his revolver but before he could use It three men rucfced Into the room and fired at The first shot awoke Hill and she rushed to the window and for The police re sponded in a few minutes but in the meantime the tupposed burglars had made their WARRANTS FOU Will Be Arrested Rennlt of nn At tempted May Warrants for the arrest of sixteen of the bestknown students of Northwestern university were issued by Police Magistrate Kly at Evanston uipht and arrests will follow The warrants were issued at the instance of members of the Sigma Aluha Epsilon who are not In as the quel to the assault made upon Oeorje a at 1 oclock Sumlay A crowd of students at tempted to haze Tilroe because of al leged disparaging remarks be male regarding the athletic team of the uni The against the stu dents Is disorderly BULL OBJECTS TO Man LOHeH Bet nnl May Also Hln May Peterson of Milwaukee wagered a companion that he could enter a coinfleld on a farm north of this city and bring a ferocious bull under subjection by hypnotising The animal chased but he managed to dodge It until he reached a high board which he was unable to The bull him through the fence with probably fatal Three ribs were his shoulder was dislocated and his face badly He was removed to a mllwaukee hospital In an unconscious When he regained his senses he said he wouli pay the CIIAFKEK IS ie KOBI1E AT FORT m Rates Per E Transfer Bind Free 9 The IN THE liemuliiN In of of the Depnrtineiit Dakota VlnltH South Fort May in spection of this post has just been com pleted by Kobbe of commander of this The general was accompanied by chief and Chief commissary of the They were received here wjth appro priate there being a review in addition to the usual parade and in It is expected that three new stone barracks will be built here this und two more troops will ar rive this giving the post eight troops AT THE MERCY OF THE May the en thusiastic demonstrations of irxat concourse of tbe superb statue of Iount de who brought the foi ces of France across the at the time of the great est peril In the American revolution was unvi lied Seldom has an event presented so many brilliant features of military pageantry and at the same time given occasion for the marlft station of the strong bon Is f existing between tbe French republic and Ihe United For the time In jts history the nationa capital witnessed tbe sight of rank on rank of French seamen swinging through Pennsylvania avenue mingiing their cheers with those of th American blue jackets and soldiers while at the same time the French tri colors were entwined with the Stars and Stripes and sound of Marseillaise was heard along with The StarSpanged The ceremony of unveiling occurred it the southwest corner of Lafayette almost directly cpjrsite the White where the massive gure of the French general has been On every hand the colors of France and America were A Brilliant Within this amphitheater were gath ered representatives of every branch of the including the presi dent of the United States and members of his the chief Justice ar3 associate justices of the united states supreme the lieutenant general of the army and the admiral of the senators and Not loss distinguished was the repre sentation of designated by President and Including the highest field officer in the French army Vice Admiral inspector general the French navy the venerable Count Chalen the descendants of Rochambeau and Lafayette and others distinguished in French literary and artistic life With them were the French an1 the entire staff of the French all in brilliant diplomatic while the diplomatic corps was repre sented by the Italian and Mexii an ambassadors and the ministers from many foreign Presidcnt R elt made a short ad dress of after which Countess le pi i formed tbe cere mony of unveiling the Senator Lodge was the orator of the DlHItpproveN of the Aci n 11 til I of Wnller and May has the action of th court narila In acquitiing Waller and of the of killing natives of legal says that the verdicts ire 11 miscarriage of and the findings are opposed to the He holds that while the laws of war Justify summary executions In certain cases such cases did not arise In thf Samar A minute review of the rrcords leads him tu decide that justice to the military service and common fairness to the helpless na tives Waller sent to their his acts partaking more of un lawful retaliation than Justifiable war makes the case one that should not become nn approved precedent for young officers considering the mental condition of so much of the findings as declare tbe accused not guilty of murder are ap Day is censured be though he knew Wallers he did not counsel BREAK II A Truuredy Follows in Wlilih Attempt ed Murder and Suicide May his wife had sought the protection of her rela Nels a North side poli yesterday shot and fatally wounded his sis and then committed suicld by shooting himself in the The shooting was the outcome of the sep aration of Johnson and his wife after a married life of nineteen Sev eral years ago Johnson heed me inter ested In politics and since then he has refused to Last week his home was sold by the sheriff and John son went to her sisters house to liX Johnson blamed Gullacksen fo the and while intoxicated j and in a lit of revenge tried to kill flGHT TOR RICHES THOUSANDS FACE DEATH TO REACH THUNDER MOUNTAIN GOLD E NOIRE TERRIBLE HARDSHIPS ARE COMPELLED TO TRAVEL AT NIGHT OVER SNOW THIRTY FEET FABULOUS STRIKES REPORTED WONDERFUL STORIES OF THH RICHNESS OF Til 10 IDAHO RIOT AT A BALL Timely Aetloii of the Police Savon o From l ndif IIK May riot at a baseball game here yesterday nearly resulted in the lynching of James Wil a Wilson was driving a buggy ant trying to pass every one on the which was crowded with ve He collided with a buggy oc cupied by Ornic a while and the two began a list The crowd closed arc und them and finally began beating and kicking the A halfdozen officers rescued the negro barely In time to save his life and then only by standing the crowd off with their Iarty on a Dlwnoled Launch HUM 11 ThrlllliiK May a strong west wind a steam launch in charge of Larson and Bert and having on board a party of twen tyfive vent out on Lake Mich igan The engine was dis abled and the craft rapidly drifted out three miles into the The party on board became frightened and at tempted to signal people on Two smaller launches made an effort to low the disabled boat but The Racine lifesaving crew went out and after two hours hard work landed the party IAl IS TWO AUE SENTENCED FOU Slayers of Oscar Miller Are Convict ed In May Saturday the Jury brought In a ver dict of murder In the second degree with life sentence for Wesley the third boy tried for the murder of Oscar Miller In a Wabash sand house last Edward Sennls also re ceived a life sentence for the same and Eugene Mason was ac HORSE THIEVES AT Many Aiilmaln Have Been Mlaaed In Vicinity May Kueker of this city reports the loss of a team of horses from his farm near the I They were evidently as anumber of horses have been taken In this county during the past two Strike Situation cliiuitved niul May Yesterday was the quietest Sabbath In the Wy ui Ing region since the strike Two weekB ago yesterday there was more or less excitement everywhere because the strike order to go into effect the following ami last there much talk over the coming of President Mitchell to Wllkesbant make his but yesterday found the officers of the coal companies entirely the clerks hav in completed their pay rolls early in and at the strike no one wa on duty byt President HIS INJURIES Mies I Man Who Onve Survived Stroke Killed In a May John who was terribly hurt Wednesday in the Willow River Lumber companys is He wus twisted about a shaft and many bones were He never recovered VAN uldor of Great Brltnln Pusses Awny After May Paunce British ambassador to the United died at the embassy Saturday morning at The in provement which had ben noted in his condition during the List week received a sudden check about 6 oclock Friday when It was noticed that he was experiencing dif ficulty in his was immediately sent and he decided upon a consultation with a local In the mean time telegraphing for Osier of In his stead came Thayer of Johns The patients pulse was still and when Thayer left the embassy at 3 oclock for Baltimore the ambas sador resting so comfortably that a cablegram was sent to his sonin In that there was no immediate Soon after 3 oclock a distinct weak ness of the heart developed and the patients pulse began to He died so peacefully that It surprised even his who feared that the asthmatic affection would prove troub lesome when th end His colleagues and associates in diplomatic from Herr von Hollo his successor as dean of the to the humblest mourn his death as a personal Through out his long term of office Lord Pauncefote was the kindly counselor and effectivefriend of his colleagues and especially of the younger OLD GLORY HIS HUM a Market Pay and tlnurnltilied May had the longlookedfor day Van Sant and Dairy Com missioner MeConnell were present iml addressed a large and au dleueb of Hnjtleii Fuultjve HMH United Mliilster for May crede the formerminister of the Interior and left on the Paloma for When on point of leaving the United States le where be sought refuge at the i time of tbe disturbances which fol 1 lowed the resignation of President j a crowd made a hostile demon 1 stration against and a detach ment of troops was sent to escort him the Auguste finally left the legation with the United Staves in a carriage over which was held an American ANOTHER DASH KOR After Kxpectn to Meet Reconstructed May News from Smith Sound reports that the condi tions of the ice are much more favor able than last Peary expects to meet the with new ma chinery and entirely rebuild at Cape after making another attempt to reach the THOlSAM RCHUlt iczul of tlie Quo tenn San May Ky advices brought by the steamer City of Para it is that In ninety seconds people were killed and over maimed and crippled anil the city of Quezaltenango of people de stroyed by the earthquake of April 18 in Salt Lake May thou sand men are struggling over thirty fert deep in an effort to reach Thunder the new Eldorado that promises t eclipse the gold fields of Cripple Creek and the Word from Salmon received by that the trails into tbe moun tains are lined with prospectors having lived for weeks in abodes built under the waiting for the trails to open and for thf construction of bridges across the hundreds of deep streams up the big are now working in toward the summit oC Thunder braving death iu their fight for The undertak ing is a dangerous as all the travel must be made by In the day time the sun the top of the and the prospectors Must Wnit Until the crust hardens and the Jour ney can be Five cases have already been reported of men who stepped on the thin crust and Immedi ately sunk out of Their bodies will probably be recovered in the sum mer when the snow r Prospectors returning from the gold fields for supplies bring wonderful stories of the fabulous richness of the The gold fitId embraces an area of forty square miles and a ledg2 sixty feet in height Is said to contain gold ore so pure that the yellow metal Is easily discernible to the naked Samples are brought out of Thunder mountain which assay from to a and gold nuggets of al most pure gold have been Strikes have already beeu made which have j Reunited lu Millions w for the Caswell and more than sixty miners have claims that will bring them from to A courier from the men says that there is a shortage of provisions there and unless a dog train ar rives within a few days the men will suffer for want of Flour is bring ing a meal a bacon a small cans of baking pow and beans a a coffee a pound and other provisions in The wfid rush into the Idaho Eldo rado has ony Towns are springing up all along theold trail lute the mountain used by the Hudsons bay trappers i century and fully 100 log hotels are being Twenty five thousand prospectors nre expected by June when the snow will be Murderer IN May La recently convicted of murder and sentenced to life was released from Jail at Mendenhall early yesterday by a number of his Sheriff Mapee sent out several posss in pursuit but Lamar has not yet been The bars were pried off the jail from the Two men supposed to have been in the gang have been Too Warm for May Co lombian government has received news that the Insurgent Uribe Uribe and Focion had arrived at Port of thus escaping the pursuit of the government The government regards the departure from Colombia of these men as evi dence of the hopelessness of the insur gent cause in the interior of the repub Rebellion Practically May rebellion in Chill province has been practically but the inbabittirts of the province are complaining loudly of the forces under Yuan Shai the governor of and allege trat his soldiers in intlicting punishments do not distinguish be tween the guilty and the Kicked to May Joseph an Louis Cunningham to death In a tight yesterday Cunivinghani was a furnir ami a son if Mich il one of the men in the county is uiuKr MIRDERER IS Moll Kiiliuiiis tlie SIierllF and Depu tlen anil Tlien Break Into tlie May the negro murderer of William who was killed last was taken from the Paris jail at 2 oclock yester day marched to the bridge on the north end of town and hanged by a mob of more than a hundred who rode quietly into town at tnid The mob went at once to the jail but were held back for more than an hour by Sheriff James Clarfc and Deputies Martin Clark and Polk who stood before the en trance to the jail stockade with drawfii revolvers and threatened to shoot the first man who attempted to force an Tbe mob remained in front of the jail for nearly two hours par leying with the officers and finally marching The officers on guard but believed the mob had dis About 2 oclock several men approached and engaged the sheriff and his deputies in Then before the officers could de fend they were dis armed and curried The mob1 then quickly surrounded the and with1 sledgehammersbat tered down the big iron The negro made no resistance and In re ply to questions confessed his POSSES Five Murder and S May Faulk aped thirty road iiiaif shot and kill terday and then killed W1V If him some nin returi to her parents Mill May Xt rall yes llls The at waa I Hundred Men HnntliiK May or six hundred men divided into halftuoZutl posses are searching the country ad jacent this city for Millard twenty years of the son of u todo who yesterday shot and killed Miss Lillu a young wo man at Wesley Mount Mlead camp nine trll from Just as the minister h linlwhod the benediction and bef any f the worshippers left tlio who was Miss Suttle leaned forward ami at The first bullet enteud but no vital part was and an tnstarit later fired lUHlng the girl churchgoers stood backed out of the the   

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