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Indianapolis State Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 8, 1903, Indianapolis, Indiana Yol. A xxx no. 27.Indianapolis, wednesday morning. Just 8, 1903. In fifty cents a Teab. The Czar in 1903 it copyright 1903. B7 Frank g. Carpenter St. Petersburg. Want to Tell you to methane 1 about the Czar of Russia a to looks acts and rules in this Good year 1903. His life is no secret from his people. Anyone Niay see blk almost any Day driving about his palaces in the country near Low and then in an open car to Taffy Riding through St Petersburg itself. >b6 has discarded Many of Tho guards i truth were kept during the reign of his fat that. The cavalry does not now line Tho i when the Czar goes out driving. T spies Are reduced in number and the Force of russian detectives scattered Over the world has been Cut Down. What a a Tel the Czar May be he is no Coward. To ire Kusea his danger but prefers to take the risk rather than have the annoyance of the police. What kind of a Aan is the Czar in personal appearance to is not impressive. H0 is now thirty five years old. And. In set be said to be in his prime. He is nth a slender than heavy and considerably under size. He is sensitive As to Hla Biff by. And always stands or sits at the front when his photographs Are taken so that the camera will exaggerate him. His Lack of stature comes from his legs a blah Are too Short from Tho Waist up be is As tall As the average russian it Moh Means very tall and when he la on horseback or stung he looks like or next in this respect he is like Napoleon Parte and Phil Sheridan both of Long bodied and Short legged. The Czar is a blonde. To has a fair Rosy and Bright Blu eyes. His Beard is Brown and he wears it full. He has White Teeth and a pleasant smile. Ils forehead 1b High and full and his face on honest one. Some of the Best descriptions i have heard of the Czar have been from members of his court Here at St Petersburg men who know him intimately and who fire closely associated with him Day after Flay the Best expression of his character seems to be that he is a russian gentle Man. He is without ostentation. To has none of. The airs and bluster of Tho Kalse he 1b a hard worker but to 1 Sla. He remembers that kindness today and frequently expresses his sentiment not Long ago he said Quot the Friendly feeling which exists Between Russia and America is genuine and i Trust it will endure at another time he spoke of what Russia had Dona for the United states during our civil War. Saying that his father bad inform him of Tho cordiality which existed v a. The countries at that Tom. American plows and his a and other things by. A. He would rather patronize America. By country of Europe. And this leads me to posses Sions owned by his majesty Is by far the richest Man of the whole world car Igie and Rockefeller not excepted. You spec Macula Dent he 1h noted for his Ken do servants his retiring disposal to love for his people. The Czar avoids crowds and put kind and prefers i he has three Palac a where he spends his family. Thes Gatsch Lna and up Ury Homo in a presi to he he Pia Ncholas ii is i my father. U it tally 1 the Grea Good husband. Nia be called a Good no. She sits in his and at his part of the Day How i i 640-a fan enough land of i million such farms. The i was 1.000,000 Square Miles of forests and ult rated lands an area equal to one third of Tho United states without Alaska in outlying colonies. To has in and mines in Siberia which produce t vast Revenue and Bonds and stocks and old whal Crown domains Are private property of the in indeed j. Is. The considered Lerial family and there Are mall ii ing from them which never get int Public reports. He has also vast am in jewels and other treasures so Ali is impossible to estimate his wealth. The Czar s father was a careful business Man. He watched the income and out it and Cut Down the expenses of the est to which had been extravagant when he came to the throne he personally hauled a the accounts of Tho Imperial household. And after a few Days study diced the Ordinary expenses of the co to an amount of 25.000 a year. He then Cut Down the Imperial stables and looked into the management of his palaces. In the Winter Palace there had been magnificent persian carpet which he had especially admired As a Prince. Shortly after his accession he noticed that this had disappeared. He asked about it and was told it had been sent out to be cleaned. He ordered it brought Back at once but the Days passed and it did not appear. He then looked into the matter and found that the officers of the household had ordered that the entire Palace to refurnished and the valuable carpets and other things had been disposed of Tveith general news of the week unfit the result wholesale dismissal of of class and the revocation of Tho unnecessary contracts. The Czar s palaces Are Worth looking at there is nothing like them upon Earth. Tzar Skoe Seloff where his majesty spends much of his time has floors of Ebony and Mother of Pearl and Walls inlaid with malachite and Lapis Lazuli. There is a room in it inlaid with Tortoise Shell another walled with Bamboo and Newny apartments Hung with Goblin tapes Hes. It has a Ball room which covers More than half an acre floored with wooden most la. A chinese room furnished in teak a japanese room and other con this while he often stays a a when he has Imper to when her majesty was quite 111 Sor of ars. Ngo the Czar spent the most of his time at her Beds do. And a she got better he transacted much of his business there. He had his desk and papers brought into a window recess of her majesty s chamber and there he worked until Ahe was up and out again. His a esty usually rises at 8 o Rock. And at 9 tales Tea with the Empress. A half hour later to goes to his study to read the newspapers and at 11 is ready to receive his ministers and attend to Hla correspondence. To has luncheon a utile after noon and at its close usually takes a drive with the Empress. Upon his return he goes to work and Sticks at it for the most of the Day. He dines at 8. And spends the evening with his family. A Czar has four children and much to Tho regret of his subjects they Ore All girls. According to the Law which now prevails As to the russian succession Tho ruler of the Empire must to a Man. And if the emperor should die without a son. Eldest brother the grand Duke Al. Who is now Twenty one would be his successor. It is said that the czarina feels terribly because she has no boy. And All sorts of stories Are Given As a cause of this calamity. One of Tho strangest is that it comes from a curse which a greek priest uttered against her shortly after she ascended the throne. According to Tho russian Law the Royal family must worship after the religion of the greek Church. The car is really the head of the hex Rich and after her marriage the Impresa began the study of this religion Irth the intent to adopt it this priest. Vlf her instructor and he seems to have been an egotistical fellow. At any rate be became very angry one Day when her Quot a majesty who bad grown tired of his in v struck Lon told him that he might leave she knew As much about the greek it religion As he did. He went but As he 4ia so he prophesied. Baying that her would have seven daughters but Over % son. This prophecy has gotten a bout Over Russia and As Tho masses be-u�7e what Tho a roosts say they fear it Max come True. At any rate her majesty y Bas had four girls and never a son. The four daughters of the Czar Range ii y years from eight to two. Olga was born in 1s96. Tatiana in 1897. Marie in 1�99 and / Aoa Stabla in 190l or Vij one hears a great Deal of gossip Here y about the Empress of Russia. Some of the people like her very much and some a i the contrary. A far As x can judge she a a. Al a charming woman. She is you know the granddaughter of Queen Victoria her Mother suiting been the Princess Alice f who was the most attractive of Victoria s . She la the daughter of the of Hesse and a such Baa a nov rms a Wood in her veins. \ Quot Quot a be czarina is several inches taller. V Sti Ulhan the Czar. She la very Beau Ful and stately. But rather reserved in her Man a Liet. Sho has it fair complexion dark a impish Mue eyes and regular features. A in i ii tire is a Small mole at the Comer of Yob a a Mouth but this rather adds to her a Scuiry. She has a Low Sweet voice and a tics beautifully. Czarina is Well educated. She is French. English. German and ital-an3 Sluce her marriage has Learned russian. She has some artistic . Not strange in a German re to knows considerable about cooking household a fears. Before her mar a is was comparatively poor and re the wife of the richest Monarch a Ihu world she prefers to Uve slyly. Loss not like the splendor of the sind would rather be in the countr i Sisr family than in the great Winter at 8t Petersburg told that the csar is very Friendly x was Here ten years ago Tho great famine when we. Sent to Russia. The russians Gas times six much themselves and Tea tha Quoos was Luhdor the Tea prefer to Ltd Are Boim Tbs where up $250.000 pc Gold. Building is situated in a Park of res. In which there Are eighteen f drives and walks. This Palace lit by Catharine the great one of is extravagant As Well As one of it St of russian rulers. When the is were Glrst constructed Bhe of Bome of them covered with Goia Das the Story goes it took $900,000 of precious Metal to gild them. L while owing to the dampness of mate the Gold began to left. Cath Hen proposed to cover it with paint. Some speculators offered her tie privilege of scraping oct Thi a Fox of Omaha killed while making Quot slide for use Quot in Celebration at fort dodger la. John Crowley aged 15. Cried himself to death sunday upon hearing of Tho death by Accident of his Uncle. American Flag soaked by rain at Pittsburg. Breaks electric wire and causes death of four persons saturday. Tammany Hall Celebration of the fourth marked by volume of oratory and Prelc alone of democratic Victory in i�zk4. Isaac m. Norcross. Rockford Iii building contractor swindled out of $2.000 by sharper who told him he had won $2.000 in lottery drawing. Accident Roll of the fourth of july in the United states shows Twenty eight persons dead and 1.4s5 injured As result of patriotic celebrations. B. F. And g. D. Cosby Given year s prison sentence by Federal Coutt at Montgomery ala., following their plea of guilty in peonage cases. Or. Flinders Petrio. The Egypt Logist gives account of excavations at Abydos where he has unearthed temples ranging in ago from 6.000 to Coo b. President Roosevelt saturday talked to his Long Island neighbors at Seth anniversary of Tho founding of Huntington seven Miles from Oyster Bay. Chicago and Central Illinois turn be Clrk festival opened at Moline with singing of Oerman songs by 1,000 delegates 6,000 Turners arrived to participate. Mrs. Warren Thorpe Jackson mich., and her daughter. Pearl Mcdonald arrested for alleged murder of former s husband. Warren Thorpe on june 4. Plentiful Rains reported in Spring wheat country and dry weather in southwestern Harvest ields Argentine shipments 000 bushels of galust 249.000 last year. A. W. Machen arraigned and plea o1 not guilty entered by blk to charges of accepting bribes for letter Box contracts similar plea made by Groff Brothers. % claim to Isle of Pines relinquished by United states and treaty signed at Havana conveying it to Cuba land for twi United states Coaling stations granted. Robert Fulton. New York Automo Billst sentenced to refrain from operating his machine for two weeks and to pay $11, because he exceeded fifteen Miles Speed limit first Telegraph message around Thi world was sent saturday by president Roosevelt to Mark completion of Maclac Cable Between san Francisco and Philippines. Old Tilden Campaign cry. Quot turn the rascals out Quot revived at hot Surg a by sex of Velmor r. E. Pattison As slogan for next National Campaign for the democratic party. Fourth of july celebrated by Post office department employees in manner to offend president Roosevelt parody on Quot America Quot Sung by clerks with verses on scandal inquiry new department of Commerce of which . Cor Elyov is head opened with address by him Ami scripture Reading. It includes corporations and manufactures bureaus. Katherine Donohue. Pretty new York not quite so hard up Quot Bald Thi �ob3. Quot As to have to sell my old keep myself and old Emp clothes t., sent them away and painted the Gold. Another grand Palace is that of Peter Finland a Winter Palace at St. Ent through the wll it is the Neva Rev a Palace the situated on the Banks 0 Nimr along them of american City blocks. It is i believe the largest Palace of the world it is of four stories and covers As much ground As the Cape Tol at Washington. In he in about fifteen acres of floor space or its different stories and if you will imagine a fifteen acre Field divided up into rooms some big enough to hold an Ordi nary Palace and others a Small and Paradise Garden. Hard teb Boti Ford. 111., newsboy from City i year old Rock Ith handkerchief and hands tied Iota be a mystery. United states restrictions on chinese of Ming to St Louis exposition bitterly resented at Pekin Industrial inst site s will attend unless rules Are modified. 3 senator a. J. Hipkins in address at Bethel african Lei Holst episcopal Hurch. Chicago. Report Trade Outlook of conservatism Over conditions 600,000 tons ced for 19m delivery Ings 10 per cent Over i 30 minutes and 9 a Obille ten persons killed Olio by Tornado which damaged farm property $100.000 and killed hundreds of cattle caulk county s. A swept by storm seven persons Hurt methods of securing army contracts will be investigated following of records in Edmond a. Lyon s Glove contracts representative Littauer of new York connected with them. Russia s refusal to receive jewish May. Sacre protests of Olally announced by is representatives and alleged explanation to american government denied warning to president Roosevelt intended. A. A. Hopkins business agent of Chicago brass molders Union and William la exch Given three months jail sentence by judge Holdom for violating Kellogg switchboard picketing injunction. A Lynching of negroes declared by afro american Council at Louisville. By. To be decreasing and att amp cos on White women insignificant in number disfranchisement of ignorant Whites demanded. Nearly 200 miners believed killed in Union Pacific Coa mine at Hanna. Wyo., by fire Damp explosion and fire Twenty eight bodies recovered others penned in Shaft cause of Accident unknown. Treasury surplus june 30 top Jed 53,-710,590 ,6s9,898 Gold in Treasury exceeds that held by any nation tax on whisky increased �3u, 37 for year John Barrett to be minister to Argentina. Booker Washington. In address at Louisville ky., appealed to negroes or self control and declared recent in tick Ings in Northern states have simplified race question by Malang it National. St Louis Bull wheat operations collapsed on continued favourable weather reports september closed % cent lower at 751 july contract Dol Verles 500.000 bushels world s Stock decreased 2.419.000. Changing of jewish Sabbath Observance to sunday decided against by american rabbis convention at Detroit promotion of its obsess Ance urged or. K. Kohler of new York elected honorary president r. M. Love. Texas state controller shot to at Austin a g. Hill Dos w. E. Corey Active head o Btu a i Trust c. A ent in Nai a acid without Del Anderson Jacob Mcclaln has been missing from his Home since Juno 15. Linton August Klusmeyer was killed by falling slate in the Black Creek Coal mine thursday. Wabash Jcsse Wiley of Lagro died of cancer. To was a Veteran of the civil War and a Mason. Bedford William vols Well known. In Tho Stone Trade. Is alarmingly prostrated with paralysis. Terre Haubt Samuel w. Mckeen age 8e\ Enty two brother of w. R. Mckeen. Died wednesday. Kokomo Thomas Pellow of Peru jumped off a train Here losing his Alghi a join fifteen evax8vna,e�? years old lost an Eye and two fingers while fooling with a toy Cannon. Anderson Thomas j. Ford of Alexandria. Arrested at Martins Vale was brought Here charged with larceny. Anderson James 8how>-er, sixty five years old a Veteran of Tho civil War and Plone Eer of Madison county. Is dead. L. Kin shed charged employee in subsequent is Phene employee. Fatally wounded j Voth j. W. Tried to capture clerks Throe times daily for six months without harm. Pope Leo in danger of attack of heart failure and or. Lapponi. His personal phys Lucian. Constantly in attendance condition alarming owing to his advanced age and symptoms of complications that have developed. London correspondent of new York Bun cables that moment is approaching when bomb Power or combination of Powers must Call a halt to russian aggression in the East much discussion As to Czar s real intentions. Investigation of army Glove contracts ordered by Secretary Root to Clear up transactions Between representative Littauer of now York and Lyons. Spanish War contractor letters indicate profits were divided. Mrs. J. F. Adams. Or. Of Milwaukee wife of Adams tobacco company s president claims Sho was sandbagged and robbed of $18,600 by a woman while on Northwestern Railroad train sea Serpent seen by her last year. Negro s capacity for culture is unbounded according to or. H. B. Frissell. Head of Hampton a Normal and agricultural school for Blacks education leads them to keep aloof from Whites their capacity for farming proved. Mulattoes blamed by Alfred h. Stone Greenville miss Cotton planter for unrest among negroes former have More ability and Are followed blindly mixed blood ashamed of its Black relationship and anal it Iowa Republican Des Moines adopt Tariff declaration it Polles Quot Plank e itself e convention b senator Allison Ina Ted Quot shelter t of 1901 and 1902, an perv lilt favored Trust re Guial Antl Tariff revisionists considered victors. Sex govenor Lon v. Stephens of Missouri accused Quot colonel quoted Butler with offering him $20,000 for appointment of latter s son As excise commissioner Patrick Calhoun and judge h. S. Priest charged with offering him $i00. »0 Worth of Stock for signing Bill. By in your own 9 idea of this t building is a painted last year. Pain a it and i you May have e. The color of d red. It was took tons of Bird waa Peter the great he did a lot for Russia but it was in Hla own Way. He built this City of St. Petersburg. Founding it upon a swamp because he said that he wanted a window where he could look out upon Europe. He went to England to learn shipbuilding intending to found a Navy. While in London he visited the court and saw there the lawyers with their wigs. He asked what those Virlous men might be and was told. Quot lawyers Are they Quot waa his reply Quot a i have Only two such men in my whole kingdom and i intend to Hong them when i get this Czar killed his own son and divorced his wife. He then married a peasant girl who ruled in his place after his death. M of my Lexington. Ky., july i lieutenant Dowling and private Laughlin who came Here from Jackson saturday with Doug Hays Deputy sheriff of Breathitt county have been stripped of their uniforms and relieved from duty by orders from col. Williams. Hays was dressed in Thi form of an officer of the guard and with the two soldiers called at the jail and tried to get an interview with the prisoners Jett and White. Col Williams has ordered an investigation at Jackson of the conduct of the Provost guard. It is claimed that a number Are too Friendly in their relations with the Hargis Cala Han Faucon. It is believed that Hays was sent Here in the garb of a folder in order to get Commil Catalaa a Burjett and White. Plying Chip of Wood injures woman Muncie. Ind. July Nova today mrs. Bun Vinson thirty years old Viilo mowing grass at her Home in part of Mun Ole was sous Luid possibly fatally injured in it. Is Ottiar manner lira. Vinson.jira8 to try Okos Tho left am and it Over the Hwy of be. Pica Evansville. Ind., july 6.--race riots in which Many shots were fired the Vanderburg county jail was entered and the rioters virtually took Possession of the City took place in Evansville last night company e. State militia under command of capt Julius duty guarding tha jail and patrolling the streets. The trouble has been expected for months and to culminated after Leo Brown a negro shot and killed patrol Massey. Olio was trying to arrest Brown while he was we Tang to at talc a with whom be had quarrelled. Soon after Tho shooting threats of vengeance heard and the sheriff fearing mob violence moved Brown secretly to Van Early yesterday morning a mob organized on the outskirts of Evansville and on the jail. The sheriff refused to give up the keys and an assault was made with a Telephone pole. The Gates of the jail Yard yielded easily but the Jaq doors resisted attack. At Daylight yesterday morning the mob dispersed. Yesterday afternoon and evening the Iob again began to gather and personal encounters followed Between Whites negroes. At Nightfall sheriff Kratz. Pealed to the governor. At that time 2.000 people surrounded the jail. They refused to believe that the prisoner was not there. Every policeman was on duty but was unable to Cope with the mob. Finally a committee of five was appointed to go through the jail and Lear ii if Brown were actually there. The mob howled for twelve but the sheriff would not permit this number the pea Robed thoroughly and reported from to jail windows that the negro Wai Tybera. The mob was not satisfied but Belll called for Quot the the jail wis finally broken open by 1 Telephone Post being rammed against Thi bars. The mob swarmed through the jail. It did not and Brown. In order to. Trick Tho mob into leaving the authorities spread a report that negroes were Oon a gating at Bud fruit s Saloon. 415 upper firing on Whlter i lie dby Man living y spending i and picking coyotes but wild dogs of which there Are several Small packs in Northern Montana and just Over the Canadian line. It Mccamo a ride for use with Zilss Sullivan. She had with her a Small Rifie but the animals seemed so Savage Sho dared not Stop and give them Battle. Al she began to despair of escaping she sighted Tho old sheep Corrall. And toward this she ran her horse reaching it Only when the pack was but a Short distance away. To enter with the Pony and aul Lily dose the Gate was the work of a moment. As the Gate swung into place Tho leaders of Tho pack Thi poles forming the blockade but were unable to gain an Entrance. After recovering composure the girl began shooting at the animals which retreated when she fired and returned to the attack when the Rifle was silent miss Sullivan was found this morning by her father and her brother who had been seeking her. The dog pack disappeared when the men approached. The girl had killed several of the animals. Gre gating at Bud fourth-St., and 1 company of the rioters was quid formed and marched to i it Vult b. We 100 shots were fired into the building wrecking it it is not known How Many negroes were inside. All night Long companies patrolled the streets looking for negroes and fired into Well known negro resorts. Late last night an attempt was made by negroes to us or. And mrs. Paul to Sab and mrs. Press Robb who were seated on the Morgan porch. Two negroes passed tip third St and one of the i said there Are some White then they fired thre shots one Bullet whys song by mrs. Robb s Bead. The three rushed House. The negroes fired Throe More Bruets at the House and pm soda Daude Haley a White . Fired to it by Mirota. But Bot a cd. A we Ltd i fast in tha la s be ii a b Washington d. C., july attendants and visitors at the White House were thrown into a Panlo saturday morning when a crash on the second floor of the mansion was followed by news that Tho life sized Porr trait of Little Archie Roosevelt painted a few months ago by Cecelia beaux had fallen to the floor suffering considerable damage. Colonial Hall was a quoted with tourists and when the workmen retouching the decor autos on the second floor reported the cause of the crash there were Many Wise allusions to the incident As a bad a a try before the picture fell Gen Wood s cuban cat ran yowling about the first floor. This was Noud with Kwe coloured servants. Caneo up Tromin drowned july a it Eorge in. A a Quot in old a fruit grower. Tiff s condition the pop himself 1 up Hope and looks upon Hla As desperate. To has grown Ince Tho rally Early today and folding his hands upon his breast burning with of ver. Has resigned himself to the inevitable. Murmuring Quot god s will to to has closed his eyes in what his to tending physician. Or. Lapponi fears Lay be his last sleep. Powerful stimulants Are being administered at frequent intervals. These alone keep alive the spark of life. At noon the Pope requested that father Puffer a. His or Hite confessor who and Man metered the solemn confession to his holiness yesterday be sent for. Or. Lapponi replied Quot tour holiness had better wait until the Pope replied Quot no administer it this evening. Tomorrow i shall be no Rome. July 6.-Tho latest bulletin issued by or. Lapponi the Pope s physician states that there is a slight improvement in the pontiffs condition but Tho bulletin holds out no Hope. The weakness of his Boll Nesa is momentarily but comm More marked. He shows less response to Btl Julanta and he Hoart action is much weaker than it was hours ago. His breath off however has become slightly More regular. Tho Jan Tell is lying on a Small bed drawn up to a window overlooking the Piazza of St Peter s. The Only picture in the room is an antique Madonna sole a great Ivory Crucifix. The Interior 0/ Tho Vatican during the Early hours of this morning Testicles to Tho conviction that the passing of Pope 10 is near. Tho court Yard of St Dumaao is filled with the carriages of the cardinals. Car Donal Satolli Drevo to Rome from frascati this evening the Beautiful Carriage horses covered with dust and Perepl ration. Kansas flood victims still in need of help Valley Are Here today to plan a. Appeal in the flood suite Renc it is pro Pond an Appeal tote j to Ptah it i it Aid. Tho a that while tha own people Oil had i while driving a reaper in a wheat Field. Sulla an mrs. W. S. Andrews took a dose of corrosive sublimate and benzine. She refused the Aid of physicians und died. It. A Rel Helmer a Farmer committed bul Clde by banging. He was despondent Over the death of his wife. Milton a company is being organized Here to establish a Bank to take Tow place of the citizens Bank which failed last week. Muk Ciez during a Saloon Brawl Frank major was stabbed three times in the Back by Frank Martin. The injuries Aro not fatal Salem mrs. Sarah Redfield a wealthy woman dropped dead thursday. She Wai Tho wife of col. James Redfield of Thi sixteenth Indiana volunteers. It. Isabel Jasper Ellis and his let Ali Aughter while driving to Strawtown Here thrown out in a runaway Accident and both were badly injured. Bloomington John my ller. Work Dan in Tho Monarch Stone Quarry a killed by a Stone dropping from a Derrick and striking him on the head. Columbus a boy dropped a fire Cracker on Tho head of miss Martha Pat on of Zanesville. Burning Tref her Hal and severely injuring her Scalp. Andersen the Young men s Chris Ian association a valued at .000 and is trying to interest Aen in building a new Home at a Cost of $25.000. Greentown Georfe Luellen will putting Hoy in a mow. Was caught but the Fork one Tine of which passed through should or and pinned him ground. New Albany the Rev. Joseph w. Clokey pastor of the St presbyter i Church for Twenty ave years resigned t Day to take the pastorate of a Church at Troy o. A Vincennes the German Nat onal Bank was the highest bidder for s16,500 Worth of 6 per cent Bonds the Bank agreeing to give $800 Premium the Bonds to run twelve years. Richmond this City had a real estate Bale thursday on the wast Side in which Iso building lots were sold at auction in two or three hours. Most of the buyers were factory employees. Petersburg the grand jury met to investigate the re cent attempt to wreck the court Huiwo with dynamite and also to inquire into the burning of the dispatch Filco at Winslow. Flora while att Mpung to get into a Wagon Maude Rutchey six years old. Fell from the Wagon and besides suffering a Severo Cut of the Skull had her left ear almost entirely severed. Elwood since Tho visit of Sidney Bennett of the anti liquor league a move has begun to circulate a Blanket reit Tho numerous saloons of business. Richmond the Hon. Benjamin Starr Lias returned to the Sanatorium at Battle Creek. Mich. Under treatment there he tio a lost fifty pounds in weight but still has two Hundred pounds left Muncie an Outing in was tilde Park was held wednesday for �00 poor children their mothers and people afflicted by ago or disease. Tho Outing was under Tho auspices of Tho salvation army. / Jeffersonville Henry sch even been fell thirty feet through an elevator Shaft and escaped uninjured. To was employed at Ballard s flour Mill and fell a of the third floor to the basement Paoli Ems ton Fitch son of James Fitch of Northwest township was struck with a clod of dirt which was playfully thrown by his brother. He dropped dead of heart failure a few minutes later. Bedford Clifford clone twelve years id.537as killed a few weeks ago by touch no an Electrio War and his father Hai non Wilne has sued the Bedford Light 3eat and Power company for . Richmond or. And mry. Prank w. Stevens who were sent to Victoria. Mexico two years ago Indiana yearly meeting of friends to do special missionary work have returned to Richmond. Scottsburg the county teachers Institute will be held at this place the week beginning aug. 8. A. J. Klan Oman president of the Central Normal College at Danville will be one of the instructors. Muncie a tank containing fifty tons of molten Glass broke in the Plant of the Skillen goodly Glass company in York town and caused a heavy Losa. The factory has been closed until repairs can be made. Anderson the Anderson trades Council including nearly All the labor unions has decided to have a local Celebration of labor Day and will not have any connection with the Celebration at Peru. Aurora Wllliam Sohns while examining a revolver accidentally discharged lid weapon the Bullet striking Thomas Cal his Friend. In the left Side passing through his body. The wound is dangerous. Normal mrs. Patrick Fisher near this place has a Hen which hatched out a Brood of quails. Her Latue changes Rema n in the Field following the Mother Hen eagerly but they will not vent i the House. Frankfort John c. Flash i brought suit against Petty amp Jones cover lost at Faro and James Catter Len on or amp of the building in which Thi game is alleged to have been played i made co defendant gland Oral in a runaway Accident Edward Snow and Rob Moore thrown out and or. Moore was kicked horse breaking three ribs and Bis shoulder Bone. Death resulted after Era Days of suffering. Lon a sport among the casual sea toy pistol badly disable we Willard Smith giant Cracker ripped up the hands and face of Joseph Doyle of Chicago visiting friends Here. Bloomington during the fourth Jollif cation miss Bessie Updegraph of Smithville. Was declared to be tha pret girl in Monrre county and the pro it baby Pulz a went to Tho Home of or. And mrs. Conn thrasher. Anderson mrs. George Fisher of bus City and her guest miss urian Vina of Indianapolis were run Over while crossing Tho Street by a rapidly driven Borse and Bugg it. Both were severely to lured. The Driver escaped identification. Vincennes Recd Sherman of More fan ferry. Harrison township end deny Iov eloped Acuto insanity and attacked that family of Campbell Stafford. With Dill by he was restrained. He imagine that to is being pursued by an evil spirit Lafayette George Sherrick. Siz Teea ears old who claims his Home As new Ork was Riding on the top of a big our passenger coach from Indianapolis yesterday when to caught his leg be coaches and had it badly crushed. Muncie Julius Corner an employee of the Muncie artificial ice company had Bulf his to limb amputated Macyln factory. He picked up the Sev a drug store and had and then bad Bise in t ered port took it to it placed in alcohol wound dressed. Muncie local members of the american Flint Glass workers Union state that the factory which burned at Summitt Luo a few Days ago had no insurance Ana that Tho factory will go to chill clothe. 0., that town liar Long thus far offered the largest inducement Balem coupled with the attractions on july 4 was a balloon ascension. A Guy rope gave Way under a severe Trato caused by a stiff wind and the balloon was wrecked. Several persons were struck falling Guy pole but there were no serious hurts. Wabash a. T. Malty a Chicago Engineer. Has submitted to the Olty a ounce an estimate for the proposed Electrio Plant. It win Cost 40.79< and $7.<s8 a year to operate it the contract of the Wabash Electrio company ended today and the City will build its own Plant Coli bus Edward Miller while intoxicated. Assaulted Bis wife and marshal Harvey attempted Bis arrest and was struck with a Hammer wielded by Miller. Meanwhile the abused wife seized Harvey and nearly disrobed Bim in her attempt to prevent the arrest of her. Husband Fowler another big fight is expert a in this county Between the Saloon and Antl Saloon men. The Saloon men a Quot succeeded in getting thirty one men to withdraw their Namee. But the Leogue still has a majority and it is believed that there will be no saloons in Hickory. Wabash James e. Henry mayor of Quot a Laau Ranco will probably be the nominee foe representative in the strict composed of Wabash. Pulton counties. Rome c. Step hons. Formerly this City now of Rubb Villo to for joint senator. Marion Jamea boat apr in Iron pay i time Park and Teddy Havey. Have each been i nod $100 with ten Days in jail for Selling intoxicants within one mile of the soldiers Home. The defendants attempted to show that they sold non intoxicants known to the Trade As non Intoc Quot and Quot beeline Quot but the court thought differ cantly. Shelbyville a. To. Meyer thursday received a Cane with a Cai 4ehed# he of Quot or. Meyer is the oldest known survivor of Grenadier company a of the mexican Wax and the can was presented to him officers of the third United states infantry of fort Thoi. Injured tuft Pistola two by Gunpowder two by f arms one by a toy Cannon one by a s rocket and three by fireworks. Al Union Bertha Mays Eleveny i old. May lose her eyesight from Pelcl up a giant firecracker which failed to lode As soon As she thought it should. It went off in her band. A Young son of Wai lace l. Lottridge waa painfully burned while discharging a toy pistol mrs. We Llam Dungan lifted the wrong end of a rocket and was painfully tit not seriously burned. Ziesma Henry shot himself in the left hand with a revolver in which a bad placed a Blank Cartridge. James finn of Converse received a severe bum 1 the leg As the to a a it of the exp Loloa f a Blank Cartridge. Lafal Ette Joy Jamison Young Soa of Clarence Jamison had a Finger blown off by an exploding Cartridge while Cele Braung the fourth. Harry Bate a a Printer was severely Hurt while passing Hoy who were exploding torpedoes. The eight id son of William Hayes had his seriously burned by a Cannon. William o Heam was shot in the hand with a revolver and a son of Joseph eve in was seriously Hurt while handling a pistol. Most of on hand being blown off. The discharge from a pistol gave Wilbur kindle a severe bum on the Cheek. X son of Honry erasing and one of Moses win ski were burned by exploding powder. / Peru one person killed and four others injured is the report from Miami count it for july 4. At Mexico five Muzea North of Here saturday no get Harry Nicholas Fred an old Anvil which burst Nicholas escaped but pieces of the Anvil so badly mangled Byron Alnery. Aged Beven years that he died within an hour. Vern Conners aged eleven years ha4 part of his right leg torn away. At Cote Verso saturday nit. Nellie Daeley aged twelve was burned about the fact and arms by her clothes catching fire. From a skyrocket a. George Toepfer this City had Tho Palm of. Her right hand / for and. Build , toy pistol int toe Banda other brother Ernest Strasseman. Perry Welch. It four. I Miles South of Here had the Middle Al aft of his right band blown off by a can Idoft a by Ihu tor a Lacoa on Kcf

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