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   Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1903, Xenia, Ohio                                OKULHIOI 2325 DAILY GAZETTE T Kair warmer Friday light variable winds TWENTYSECOND YEAR XENIA OHIO THURSDAY MAY 7 1903 PRICE TWO CENTS INVESTIGATION ALL BIG POSTOFFICES The Tyner Incident is Closed Cannot Be Shown That the Paper Taken From Safe Belonged to Government To Await Developments But itj Workhouse Inmate Threw Note Escaped and Bit Many Children From Window and Commis sioner Pardoned Him Washington May farj reaching extension of tho present I investigation of the affairs of the j Postoffice Department to include j the overhauling of most of large postofSces in the country is in contemplation This statement was made today by Postmaster General Payne Mr Payne said that of the appropriation for the contingent expenses of his own office had been made for the purposes of investigating the affairs of the department along these lines but admitted that it was not at that time anticipated that the in vestigation would prove so sensa tional The details of the proposed gen eral investigation he said have not yet been formulated owing to the fact that all efforts are now be ing concentrated on thy investiga tion now in hand Ee announced that it might be necessary to em ploy at various places men outside of the Government to look into local postoffice conditions Mr Payne said that it was a large undertaking and at present he was not prepared to say just what form this wholesale investi gation of jwstofaces would take It will cover all firstclass postoffiees whose annual receipts aggregate Mr Payne said today that the present aamiuistrntive methods of the postal service were put in operation by formerPost master General Wanamaker four teen years ago and since then the business of the department has I trebled He said that it might be j that some of the methods were j faulty anc the practises irregular j and that the investigation would De j made in the hope of initiating new j and better methods as well as cor1 recting abuses Tyner Incident Closed j Postmaster General Payne has j now received replies from exPost1 master General Charles Emory Smith Comptroller of the Treasiay Traeewell Postmaster Merritt el this city and Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow regard ing the charges made by exCashier Tulloch of the Washington post office The abstraction of papers from the safe of the office of the Assist ant Attorney General for trie Post office Department by Mrs James N Tyner wife of the then Assist ant Attorney General is now re garded as practically a closed inci dent The papers were taken on April 21 and the case was referred to the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia a week later The matter has not progressed further It has not been presented to the grand jury and it is gener ally believed that the grand jury would not be likely to take action because of lack of proof that the papers taken were Government property Toledo Ohio May res idents cf Western avenue ter rorstricken over a mad dog in their vicinity The dog which had been terrorizing the residents of the South End had a particular aversion for children Yesterday it attacked and lacerated little Freddie Atkinson of 715 Western avenue On the advice of the phy sician the dog was captured and locked in the Atkinson barn to iiwait developments Today the clog tore the side but of the barn and escaped The animal had scarcely reached the street when it met little Helen OConnelL aged IS years of 211 Jarvis street and pounced upon her iniiieting 15 ugly wounds on her less and back The animal rheli rushed along the street and IID WOT NEWARK PEOPLE As He interested in the Dallas Story of an Alleged insurance Swindle When His Mother Found Him mdy He Was Eating Cr Newark O May En quirers special this moring from Dallas Texas telling of the arrest I of William A Hunter a former York May Threevear county hlTT old Louis Lubliner with his mcth A TT i r M vJ swindle interested peot er Mrs Helen Lublmer and uicier i from the tact mat the beneficiary of brother Martin boardeu a south riji Birming Cin Mitchj ell 29 colored of 570 avenue a work house prisoner managed to secure his release in a unique manner He had long been ill and unable to work in the pris on and spent the weary days se cluded in a special little room in the work house hospital Here t he was isolated from the world rarely getting an opportunity toj communicate with others For hours he would peer out of the windows and on several occasions noticed the police commissioners below He never got a chance to speak to them to appeal for his release so adopted a novel plan He wrote a note telling them of his illness and begging them to free him Patiently for days he watched SHIP WRECKE A FURIOUS STORM Seven Men Swept Into the Sea By the Terri ble Hurricane That Rescued Many From the Vessel bound train of the Second avenue line at Eightysixth street today I The little fellow ran tc the carl ahead of his mother and brother j and jumped on a cross seat He j leaned out of the window lost his j balance and fell He struck the rail at the edge cf the track j bounced from it to the ties and I then fell through to the street Thomas Fitzgerald and David Walsh were under the track work ing in the reconstruction of the Eightysixth street crosstown lins They heard the scream of the boy and looking up saw him fall He was almost directly above them and with a quick jump they got under him and caught him as he fell The train proceeded to the Eight iethstreet station and then backed up to Eightysixth street to let off the mother and other son Mrs Lubliner was hysterical and several j passengers endeavored tc comfort i They got off with her and all tne am8S in Mrs Smythe said this afternoon that she is positive the man ar rested is not her brother She sayg her brother was tilled in Texas nine years ago She says that she did not know that she was tho beni Sciary until the policies were found after Hunters alleged death Mrs Smytbe was paid last June and now the insurance company has brought suit here to recover the money In 1836 David G Wallace a former Newark man wrotefrom Nashville Tenn that he had talked to Hunter in that city after bis supposed death in Texas Wallaces deposition was read at the trial of the case INCIDENT OF THE FRENCH CAMP By Robert Browning OU know tre French stormed Ratisbon A mile or so away On a little moana Kapoleon Stood on our stormingday TVita neck outthrust you fancy how Legs Tvide arms locked behind As if to balance the prone brow Oppressive mind Just as perhaps he mused My plans That soar to earth may fall Let once my armyleader Lannes Waver at yonder Out irwirt the batterysmokes there fiew A rider bound on bound Fnllgaiioping nor bridle drew Until he reached the mound Then off there finng in smiling joy Arid held himself erect By jnst his horses mane a boy You hardly couldsuspect So tight he kept his lips compressed Scarce auy blocd came You looked twice ere you saw his breast Was ai but shot in two Well cried he Emperor by Gods grace saaa Weve got you Eatisbon The marshals in the marketplace And youll be there anon To see your flagbird flap his vans Where I to hearts desire Perched him The chiefs eye flashed MS plans Soared up again like fire The chiefs eye flashed but presently Softened itself as sheathes A film the mother eagles eye When her bruised eaglet breathes Youre wounckdP Nay his soldiers prida Touched to the quick he said Im killed sire And his chief beside Smiling the boy fell dead ISew York May three survivors of the crew of 26 of the French fishing brig lie de Terre Neuve of St Servean France ar rived here today on the German American Petroleum companys steamer Phoebus from Hamburg The lie de Terre Neuve vras swept bv a hurricane on April 26 and seven of her men cashed over board Of these four were rescued and three drowned On the 29th the wreck was sighted by the Phoe I bus and the survivors were taken on board the steamer with much difficulty and the Brig Was Set on Fire Capt Schierhorst of the Phoe bus says that at 3 oclock of the morning of April 29 a flare of light was sighted dead ahead evidently a signal of distress Tne Phoebus bore down and found a small dis masted sailing vessel which proved to be the He de Terre Neuve listed heavily to port roll ing frightfully with the seas wash ing over her The condition of her crew appeared very dangerous and they were seen grouped on the after part of the vessel A lifeboat was sent to the wreck to which a line was passed Some of thecrew jumped into the sea and were hauled one after other into the boat and brought to the steam re When the second trip was made daylight broke and the work pro gressed more rapidly Four trips were the captain being the last to leave fie maintained strict discipline throughout the transfer and set fire to the wreck before leaving Capt Corbinais of the brig said he sailed from St Ser vean April 9 and on the 26th Experienced a Hurricane Which dismasted the vessel swept the 13 boats overboard smashed the bulwarks and hoye the brig down on her beam ends where she was held by the 150 tons of salt which had shifted Seven of the crew were swept overboard of whom three were lost The wreck rolled terribly and at times it was feared she would roll bottom up On April 28 at 9 oclock at night a large steamer passed and replied to distress signals but on account of the heavy gale was obliged to O O O O STEEL S FACE V s O O i Reports from many railroads have witnessed a successful demon stration ofdevices for lighting rail road cars with electricity The in vention was tested in a run over the New York Central to Croton and return and the system will shortly be adopted The light is generated by a dynamo operated by a belt connecting with the axles of the car When the train stops the lights are supplied from storage batteries in the car A speed of only twelve miles an houi is needed to generate suiScient electricity to light the lamps The surplus obtained at higher rates of speed is used to recharge the bat teries The car used in the test was equipped with twentythree lamps of a sixteencandle power each During the trip fortysix stops were made and no apprecia ble difference was noticed in the brilliancy of the lights SIGNS OF LIFE I Seen by Undertaker Save Mrs Hail From Being Buried Alive her expected to find the boy seriously injured or killed I Warren O May has When the mother reached the just been received here of a re scene her boy alive and nearly as i markable case of suspended anima well as ever was eating candy tion at Fowler this county Mrs bought by his rescuers Jane Hall has been very ill for some time with consumption Sat Just as you are smiling today nrday she suffered a paralytic over the trivial worries cf last stroke Sunday afternoon life ap year so will you smile over these j parently left her body which be of today For time is the sunlight i came stiff and cold About an that drives away clouds of life What is Foleys Kidney Cure Answer It is made from a pre scription of a leading Chicago phy sician and one of the most eminent in the country The ingredients are the purest that money can buy and are scientifically to the fogs and j hour later the undertaker came to I embalm the body He noticed a slight twitching of an eyelid He suspended work and began to ad minister stimulants After a few hours vigorous work consciousness attacked two little children f Ella and Willie Carter aged 10 and 8 respectively The beast then proceeded towards the center of the city and it is said bit a number of other dogs Tonight it was re ported that two other children were also bitten After a long chase the police suc cedeed in billing the dog All the children bitten were sent to Chica go tonight to receive treatment at Q Pasteur Institute Mr Atkin son is financially fixed so as to take care of his own boy but in case of the little OConnell girl her parents have no money to send her to Chicago When this fact became known to Mayor Jones he immed iately hunted up the parents and told them to get the child ready and take her to Chicago and he would bear all the expenses of treat ment Mayor Jones also sent word to all other parents too poor to send the children to the Pasteur Institute to send them to Chicago tonight and he would foot all bills This evening the Mayer telegraphed the Pasteur Institute in Chicago to receive and treat the children and send the bills to him returned Foieys Honey and Tar is pecu liarly adapted for asthma bron get their utmost value Gal chitis and hoarseness Geo Gal loway druggist Main and Green loway druggist Mam and Green Sts Sts rmiwvmt Dont try cheap cough medicines Get the best pay the price Ayers Cherry Pectoral years of cares 1 t and waited at the window for the police commissioners and finally or Saturday two of Henshaw and It was their last visit to the insti tution as they were soon to go out of office Mitchell threw his note out of the secondstory window as they passed They picked it up and when the prisoner noticed a sympathetic expression on their faces he was overjoyed At the next meeting they recommended his release and the man was freed Now he is exuberant in his praises of the excommissioners WISH TO GET OFF LIKE A MAN1 Vallejo CaL May Ge tegg an apprentice at the navy yard was severely injured last week by a piece of steel which flew from a tool imbedding itself in his face It was thought that the metal had been entirely removed from the wound but yesterday it showed indications of the presence of a foreign substance Master Electrician Petrie became interested in the case and rigged up a magnet of a design of his own capable of lifting 500 pounds Themagnet was held di rectly over the orifice and the cur rent turned on In an instant the offending piece of metal flew from the wound and attached itself to the magnet demonstrating a new method of applying electricity in surgical operations President of a Springfield Board Has Resigned FINGER PRINTS Show On Small Meteor Ploughed Up By a Farmer Eeggie Yanderbilt gave his bride a million dollars as wedding pres ent Probably if more marriages were financed in this effective man ner not so many of them would be failures Will Cure Consumption A A Herron of Finch Ark writee Foieys Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that itvhas cured consumption in the flrai stages Geo Galloway druggist Main and Green Sis Owingsville Ky May plowing on his farm in the western part of this county Daniel McCarty found a small meteor He brought it here and W H Daugherty sold it to the Kentucky State College at Lexington for a good price The meteor weighed four and one half ounces and was found near where the big meteor of Nov 15 1902 burst and is believed to be a part of the great meteor The small one has exactly the same indentation resembling finger prints on its sur face as the large one The latter was sold to Prof H A Ward of Chicago for several hunded dollars Ackers Blood Elixir positively cures Chronic Blood Poisoning and all Scrofulous affections At all times a matchless system tonic and purifier Money refunded if you are not satisfied 50c and Flemings Drug Store Springfield 0 wish to get off this board like a man I will not stand to be kicked out like a dog I were the words cf D P Snyder President of the Board of Park Commissioners today as he slammed the safe deposit box key down on a table at a meeting of the board Snyder is a Democrat and a nephew of the Snyder broth ers who donated Snyder Park en dowing it with Government bonds in the sum of Snyder wanted to be Mayor of the city He was beaten for the nomination by Bowlus then it is said bolted the ticket iSow that Bow Ins is to dictate the appointment of members of the Park Commission it has been openJy alleged that Snyder would have to go Ee has anticipated developments and to day he offered his resigaation along with the sensational utter ance noted Dayton Press The Phillips House management are recipients of a strange letter written in a strange hand which reads iTSt Paul Minn 25 190S Dear send 50 cts owed for board to you 20 years ago There is no signature but the 50 cents was there in stamps and it is almost needless to say that the Phillips House is gratified to know I that their guest of 20 years ago is j such a conscientious person i I Nature hid one of her greatest i blessings in the liver of a fish bnt i practically prohibited its use by the nauseating grease and fishy flavor Science has now extracted this good WITHOUT THE I GREASE and presented it to suf ifering humanity in the form of Hagees Cordial of Cod Liver Oil Subscribe for the Gazette you want Bill Heads State jments Letter Heads Note Heads I Envelopes or anything in this line call at the Gazette office and see samples Dont be so unbusiness ilike as to do business without I proper stationery It looks too an I cient BAKING Powof R MAKES HOME BAKING 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