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WILSON, X. C, AUGUST 6, 1896.
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Fearful Railroad Accident Near
1TEASLY A ETTNDPuED VICTI1IS.
Of Those Forty-four Arc Ieal and Three
Others M;iy I 1 1 A Heading Itngiiie
Crashes Into a Pennsylvania Train,
Cuttimr It in Two.
j N these days of keen and constant !
I competition the path to prosperity
must be cut out by the blade of common ! K
j iricr in its re nits, occurred last evening
just outside thiscity. andas a result nearly
I a hundred persons are either killed or in
roil stands at iorty-lour. There is a pos
sibility that it may remain at that figure,
but it is only a remote one. At the Sana
tarium last evening it was reported that
the fifteen patients still there were doing
as wen as couid he expected and while he National Chairman to Consult
mere was a uare cnanee 01 puuing mem
all through safely the odds were against
at least three. They are Frank Morele of
East Orange, X. J. : William Johnson of
Bridgeton, and Lizzie Branin of Millville.
Miss Branin has not recovered conscious
ness since the collision, despite reports to
the contrary, She is the pretty l'd-ycnr-old
girl who was engaged to be married
to Onirics Horner, the Bridgeton grocer,
who lies on the cot next to her. Horner.
too, is very -eveivlv hin t, hut the chalices
BRYAN'S POPULIST ITOMISATION.
The Drinocratie Chairm in Declines to Dis
cuss the C:iiilid:ites Attitude on That
Onestion Iuiow-i of Nn I.ug;ain (ailing
for Mr. Sewall's Retirement.
sense, as applied to the act of buying.
To underbuy is our constant effort,
And to undersell is our settled
ATLANTIC tiTY, .uuy .si. , rtmrotm ac- are nmv il; 1;;V()1. nl- his uu;mato ivcoverv.
The official list of the dead is as follows :
j u red. The Heading railroad express
! which left Philadelphia at a:40 o'clock
j last evening crashed into a Pennsylvania
excursion train at the second signal tower,
about a mile from here. The Penn
sylvania train was returning to Bridgeton
Washington. Aug. ?. Senator Jones, of
Arkansas, chairman oi the national Dem-
The following among tr.e dead all re- oeratic committee, returned to thi- city
sided in Bridgeton: Charles Muta and his yesterday from his to trip west. The sen
daughter Pearl, John Criner, Sr.. Charles itor expects to remain in the city during
McCiear, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trenchard, the week for consultation with some of
Joseph Peters, J. I). Johnson, Charles the Democratic leaders who will be here
. i r T rT svi a uia 1 1 ai i: as i ci in u i : ; 4 io ijl nivion
T ) ALL who appreciate the winning combination ot LU V ; ,vilh a rartv )f excursionists from that
5 PRICES for nKTTilR GOODS, We Offer Olir ! l, MiUville and neighboring towns
' ' ! At the seeond sigiir.l tower the tracks of
iIEKi: .WUi SOME OV Til EM.
I v i i c. L i (?: s l re ore 11 a. s .
'.. -.v.- that we underbought on these and are underselling;
the two roads cr.s diagonally. The
Heading train was given the signal, but
it either failed to work or the speed of the
express was too great to be cheeked in
time. It caught the excursion train broad
side and ploughed through, literally cleav
ing it in twain. Tlv engine of the Head
ing train was shattered to splinters.
The excur-ion train was ma le up of
fifteen cars, the foremo of which was a
N. Doll t hlJY till YOU See tnem. Prices Start at 47C, ! baggage car. ,1ns and the next tvvo
,. 1 ' i 'i r n 1 1 coaches caught the full force ol the crash,
it (iiiahtv wouki be cneap at 70 c linly as ood values. Wi!V u!U,..ly (ioiJll Wished, what re-
City; Kdward Parr, Heading engineer,
Atlantic City: Patrick Feighun, Philadel
phia: Charles Kackler, Salem, X. J. ;
Franklin Dubois, Woodruff, X. J. ; Nan
nie Fieas, Yorktown, X. J. ; Mary Went
zell, Alloway. X. J.; Lvdia Carl. Hancock
? , : i . 1 v. i : . t ..: i ... . a t .. . v!i - 11. V T
: mamett o i t tie r nnL car was uiiuocea ii:o "n i;:. , -ur.-. raico .:::. l iiiauiu . j. ,
'I a ditch at 1 he roadside. Keba Boi-er, Yorktown. X. J. ; Mizael May
Kdward 1'arr, engineer on the I leaning ; (ot.y), i'latiue. -N. .1. : V. liliam iiauiamg,
Burroughs. Mr. and Mrs. H. Frnzier Bell,
William C. Loiier. Mrs. llattie Boper,
Mr. and Mis. i'.'n. (b.ldsmith. Miss Tillie
Leeds. Elmer Went .oil, Harvey Hughes,
Mrs. Sallie Freas, J allies X Bateman, Mrs.
Lizzie Batemnn, Predorick Cheney. Joseph
Cheney, Minnie Cheney, Joshua Ems?,
Morris Peters. Wilii.-.:n ' Pricket Charles
W. Sooy, William Carr, Benjamin F.
Wood, Charles W. Sooy, Jr.
The dead who resided in other places
from time to time, and later will go to
Xew York city to attend t!v meeting of
the national committee on the lith and
the Bryan and Se.vall notification on' the
day following. The understanding now
is that the two candidate.-, will h r. it Hied
it the same time, as has been done by the
Democratic party in the pa.r.
Pending the meeting of the national
committee in Xew "York the linal dis
position of theestablishment of permanent
head pi irters iluring the coming cam-
than Bridgeton are as follows: Samuel y,.xhrn js ha nil v looked for. Senator Jones
Thorne, Heading baggage master, Atlantic had n,)tilino- ,l,.!inite to say on this suh-
!I d !r i S . . - 1 . ... . , . i , i- . '
' t t 1 ' kV 6 ! J ( I ' ' train, was lullea outng:u. as was a;i oiaer .niaueip.n.a : ivate vivas, inuun.
l. l I ) I .J i- v . - V 1 L.y ) J J 0 : ro:,ainan who rode on the engine with
v .;;;sr claim your attention.
him. This mar. saw the collision coming
1 f ! t
!t the .!) an instan
i:othir At'.a-it'f City l"at;ility.
Ati.ant.c City, A ug. About :5 o'clock
remember that a piece of Ribbon at the! ..ITcut
Aim 'St at the same time the j resterdav atVrnoon the lloor of thejihoto-
way througa ana cavi;
ject, and expressed th opinion that the
matter wauld not be settled until the
"While Senator Jones is believed to have
about decided upon the formation of the
executive committee which will have ac
tive charge of campaign work, he is not
yet prepared to m.;ke public av.v names.
In this case also lv expressed th 1 opinion
that the committee will not be fully
named until the meeting in Xew York.
He may, however, announce an individual
member or two during his stay in t his cit .
Questions b-aringon the at til ude of Mr.
Henshaw, on the: lJryan towar Is the Populist nomination.
f.irvi !---'ro oq wo sjo1' ie not ih0 Qnm R'llhOP ! him dhvetiv in Rs V'i'.th. His body ami j boardwalk, c llapsed, precipitating twelve , nmi Meeting ;he reb mion of Mr. Sewall
Sal.Ow J, iC3 ab Vv e ao.v lo HOI in- 4 WUuU"" , th:;rf Farr were fonnd under a leap of p,,.., a .,0 of twelve feet. 31 r. 1 on tlvMiational tick.r. aie thoe ,n which
T c:uV. TO r'e YOU belter yallieS than OtUerS at SaniC ; deln'is, but the engineer lay in what re- . .';i!;.'!iMia, of Johnstown, Pa., and Mrs. j the chairman declined to express an opin
' ; 1 ' ' " " ' " . , . , : raaincd of the - cab, and his right hand ! E. Ib.ldswonh, 1" Philadelphia, were so- ! jon. The senator's attention was ca'.lec
Test us and be convinced.
! still clasped the throttle. He had been ! vcre'y in.;ure I about the head and taken to the statement in the Atlanta Journal.
, l 1 11 ! ; 1 ; faithful unto death, ami met ir at hi s post. to the h.spi:,-;l. vrhile Proprietor Henshaw , made Uy Hon. W. L. Peck, who led the
l-.vr.VJ 1 "J tUr'r A'l YVIP Ifi Hi P 'J t ' The 1: reman on the tram ha-l leaped a lew : had his cneek cut open. Last night as the Ceorgia delegation at the Populist coii-
L'i.L 'jjiOiU li jillv'i i 'e; Uii "J (Jii'vJJ lv lUi IUiilJ IliU VXLKit , seconds before and escaped with trilling j Heading excursion train was leaving the vention, that there was an understanding
! inuiries. I depot v lili.un U Ac:!, ot jnuatlcipnia. : het'.veen the Populist and Democratic
2 J Js
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1 n )
i - j
v i S S 1 . a K 3 1 f :
X.ish and Goldsboro Streets.
An Associate. 1 Pre-s rey.orter was on j fell !.eneafh the wheels and had both legs j loaders that if the Populists would nomi-
one of the tirs-' relief trains sent out ny tn-' j mnnurated. He died last night. nate Bryan for i)v-i'lent in I a . or.tlu m
Pennsvlvanla railroad, .and he was the 1 Populist for -,ic pra-idem, that Mr.
lirst ikwspaur repre oa arive o-. th- ; QUEEN VICTORIA MAY RETIRE. Sewall would reti. .' from the race. Re-
cou .-. Stagger ng in and out of ditche-: I 1 garding Phis Mr. Jones declared that so
end -ti.'.nbii: over masses of broken i remw Tt. u tltc VencraMc Mohhit!! Con- 1 far as he knew no arrangement of the
timber with only a few iil'tti lanterns 10 I l-.i!iUiv: A'taicatig the Throne. i kind Was cntiaed into.
help their straining eyes the ro-er.e pjmg Lovih):-:. Aug. i. The rumor that Queen (
let bre.veiv to work.' Axes and shovels j Victoria intends to retire in favored' the i r.l'.Y.l.VS ::Asti:i:N TKi I.
II.-.. Wlin ine gt--. .g.., .i.et n , - V - '-'"' v-..v.x.. ,. , i;,.V:i:i Will Acroiinvmv Her Hus-
1 . 1 1 i - .,.T.--.,1 i.,t rv,..it h- ; - .- -- - a
. f . i , . I 1 ' i :. i ' -II I." iH'.U. 'I liLll UIUI I . ill IV S (II V. 1 V m 1
Cc::f:--o.l rl- Cnmo for Which
ticau iJaiiiuiore conw t W,o (.oniesse.i to
killing old man Bonne-ka- in this city,
and hid.ing ids iuo:vy, was no doubt in
sane when he told the siry. Bonnocka
was killed in his house, and net on the
streets, and he had m money.
i most at. every half do.-.t . ' "-a
! form was brought up an. I h.i
' the waiting ialiets.
A hean of bloodstained t .
; aside by one of the rescue.-
sight a. womarrs arm. ',
wren:-;, d o'.'f almost by ti
' notliiug remained but a dr:;
even the hand being .gone.
teuderlv on I tioubded regarding the condition of the.
band to the Notification .'Meeting.
r T -. o v,.i, ,,.r 1 f,. M.
tmoen s health. reports freouentlv . 1 , , . . . '.
a , e t 1 . 1 1 dav ann ain.eed his itinerary for in-easrern
rs teiaid. 1 have auear ed of recent years, only to i e 1 e . , . . .
' , 1 . - k: . ,. '. , , ', . ,t , till) to meet the notihcitMn co amittee
' ai"hr to .scini-odicially contradicted later. But it ' . ...
" - 1 , 1 ! fn.ni the Democratic national eonvcii-
h,.d been i now seems that there may be some actual . ,T , , v- x- ,1.
. , ...... ' . -. I tion in Madison :-: .care ( iard( 11. Ne.v York.
'oofs and foundation be the statements mane. . ,,
11. is auue.i i i.ai ner ma. esiy nas oecioco
d in a dainiy w
eji j-S. i ui3 jb.jUi
IZec'e fcih r ii.es Clo-
Bi-:si-;:.i e.i ieh. Aug. '
mine on S ,; a
CO:.:i.IITTZD CtJIGIDB. : and night
phettvs the -nut down t a-
I Jt i.vn.
vn both d.-y
'i s. This-- ;-
cs II"-; '.!!t-!)iCUt, I.ew-
lo tic .'.rn i .-: 01 'i but H'
illy r :it).P,.. x i t V.!toi tie
.,:,!'. -.sPoi t -. !.' Vcfiten.
,v: :vderi'k IbWhit-
in t be Ma r. b. nd -n ec
;'y. com mb ted Miicdde on
j;:;e; iter fr m I h v.iivdoW( f
. ! A , "lis (o lb. si. ac tloor of
! a. e -t : nek n his la-ad.
i.oik ami death was ir.sfau-
'.: ::; i a self co!d'e --ed ir.i:r-
keep to -n
with w. :
t!i -ir i"a:ai
me c!. ,.r 01 va;e
miia-- the pu;
:ad Ihe :ei.: ;
( 1 e.-el)i'- r
all -a g doveg e
-.-ac- and Wa -;m
i.o 'a no 'j a
. '.1 a
! '. ! 1
It iiad been I to spend her time in future at Balmoral
aen love, the i or at Osborne and that- she will give the j '.
sleeve ' which stili clung t. it. Not live ; l'rineeantl l'rin-'ss ot Wale-tne use 01
minutes later a chance blow from a lie!. Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
reve ied a s'ill more g.iastlv remnant, a , .1 nere is no ue-u.n ma.: in.' (pllV:, ieei 1 r,.(,.j.;n
human heart that only a few short hours! greatly the weigh;- of her year.- and be- ; m
before laid been tlir.)bbing with life ami; reavements, and h-.?i iua.;-'vty is quoted as ; i;, V( .-,
i naving roce.;-eui- rema rxeu (raring ner i
. i 1 a
u 1 1
lie - a
. ' 1 1
)ne -.von.:! n wh
s-'.U held i : a d
ovi'ced : hist stay in this city, at Buckingham pal-
Mr. and Mrs. IJryaii will leave Lincoln
at ' o ceicx riaa;.' evening, Aug. 1. arriv
ing in t.hi-au- on Se.? us day afternoon.
Tiiey v. i'd -top over Su udtty, a ;id wiil leave
Chicago a!iout mitlnigiit Sunday night,
t'ltfshurg Sunday aigag 1 ney
o nig lit- in Pit t-borg an I
'e-.v York o.irly d ue-ii y morn-
; iaa'e a .; a;' -i :. i n
ol Ii rrl a plate b -iri
.ice. upon til 1 occasion of th
: . i, ,
TP5 it 7.;v
lie a -o.M. -
ills I UUT 1
tia- w : !: were
v,-!ii'h had b-.v;i t
1 ho vicFnn--, ke"
a nil g'l o - -.
c -P.-;. :-: ami t:;e
biii-v be.- w : :
-.. . . , 1 . - . - .
i a '
ho grog a ! near ! Charles of Pen mark:
os of -: .thing ; visit !o ond..ii."'
This is -mv last !
ing, ::rr:v;:nr . r..
i The national commit r e will
Xe Y'.-r at lie lime of the n-e
ami i.o -..a-! a :it. :..) ,-:s' wo: -v
Color is given to the rumors in (ircuhi-
tion !'V the tb --p omotin d.itlayed by the ,
!. r :.g i !
1 - - -C
Usia ; :c e:
led ihe rou;.
: T ...
; be baig te :a 01 imr:s
li 'i cod lli" kno'.v'leiige
..;:M..cd oilh theldo ed
;btless unbalanced his
V 1 .
Maee'i -j:;, ls.c. ;md with
j. "Y'!liams, immediia lely
were trace! to Philadel-
1 -. .... ..i
n St.: e 01 1 aa:as 1-
1; .'. -). - 1
e obog ili- :- .,f a a
, rn , b-i p 1 . h is been ja. relb-1 --1 by n
.tor p'len tmen.m ..-a the coast of ' i.dt
0 .-..a o ''..' evince of 1-F.asg -11.
v.-iv.'-h Sd: gg.'iie.l is sit;
ci- ,,-his of eve wituesr-es and the reports d
)eoplei:i Use ;: ntry b-e-k froin the co-i A
the wave was live miles wide. Thou -an 1,
of tarns i,i wat'-r wav thrown for miles in
land, ami eo-rylhin: in its path
Manv villages wen
to the r.
the train for Wind
oved in r"p' to ili-e en- J
s of the muilinido-. whieh '
frotn Buckingham palace j
s'atdon. where sir- took i
or after i h
. -. i-it 1
de oil t .:
1 li'i a ;
. or d
tcip. - dl a
XeW "Y o.
tin: -, aa 1
tio.nai e ea
lei- b eti r,
vital ; a;
Y-cek Mr. a
. io B.:-. h. Me., and
1 ih- -o-.vai'.s. 1 Ik
; erraag -d urn': .
dat- - - for -pe,. a. .
1 !i..- tb S . 'Me
: ta v
an 1 was r,
i m-Vf, who h el
d who i - u-..
r al g.-.n.
I , . i syee,t ; w;iv. aii'i. ooiges ... i,.. .v.Verol s' a : ear-ars 1 n?e j.oo
atrg w.iere taey cre ca,.- j ; 1,!,v.1;.;nii ir js estimated that fully , e told the- he saw hath trains com!
lt. Ibntwomenwe All the cattle were . , sa:Ii..,,ritly ;-ar ;i,.vay
V;"c .;';!.a . ;rntC:K nl ! drowned ami the ri. e fields were obliter- ; ((, lh ull tli,;day of s';;.,u,, but
J.'i Hang Clumtj ia tbiglnntl.
'-N :; ox. Aug. a. Id il'iag Chang, rep
...... ,0 U' 1 V. , . .... ii- ,,t' I "l-.tVI Ml'
i.o-...t -r -a i v .-r.ovhv f-.-oto ! tent e:l l.y ma.l WU )
U.u-.,. I .--..a.--! 1 1 i IOl' tile l.H go- '.
;r;t .-a g- ivei-nm nr. ana
hy the !::,!!:,,:-;, af th
ashit) line-. 'i l: d-Ain-
vi-itor-to :! directly j rumor that
-.-h.-w; '- i::-.a!!.A inLord j Oovcrn.-r A!
ia. e:o ;. e.-. -ion in V:iv- :'vt'nt "J !;:"
(lav : la -
, n !'
o sj -ak in alar e
M- i-r -f : tieia Ji.tve
.dr-. Put many have '
aa e.,;.i j;;
1 nn i soil men
la,; Whit!a:y eonte-s-'od to ; "'
!cr that lie laid in April of j
a- !! eing from Baltimore ot- 1
1 the West Jersey was tne nearer, ae gave
! the Heading the red light and signaled the
i ...i,,. .in t . ei coo ahead. The Heading.
... t . ..t;.,.. onn t no" - -
Oi.iYKLANl, O., Aug. o.-,v swo.o. hnwever. never slacked speed, but came
mr: a : a:s
h i- to be his re-i-
Kaglaml. which r;U!l
a,.,.., ,,-...a, i ; sot-
s Sal.l to he Arini!!;
01 l-ews in I'miiuu.m ...v.. The men in tne ca o en ner xnougni
gal robbed an old man in . if in eonnection with the
xi.. ii- .. 1.. t. ! Wi : : . - ... .......
.ml v ewer eoo;ai. i Browu strik0, hich comes irom ana th).v C!iul(l easily clear the point in time.
the brakes failed to worg. and they
"f the. crime, but the incoherent 1;.,,,,; conrce is to the effect
.v.-fi' .1: I)aiciiti. --ot.o.. s,
11 ia K-iuer leu Htm to oei:er 111.0, , - , ...ju.rs are arming tneniseives , Th,. o-O,- lii-in,
Ti.'..' . V ( "'cnted. I aml tll.iiiing. It was said yesterday that ( who positively knows this is Fireman
;;'1V,'.'I,:;il ,tur,l''T ,,f th I forty of the strikers had organized a com- , cyHoulah., n who saved his life by leaping
-.u-. " "anion - niv,iWM"'" rvinv last Saturday, elected a capiam ami
purchased revolvers, ine comp;uiv utiiit-u
Saturday evening, and it was announced, (yiIoUi;ih;m until hist night, though
Whitney had on April 5 mur
ib'a ,II"ni'y L nneck;i. Eleven thousaml
' a-wa secured, which AYilliams as
' 1 V,V:i Uiriod by himself and Whitney.
rm.,.1" l!';Vni ' 'hat there was such a man
!"Mavd '!n Altoon.i at the tii'ie men-a'r-v
Ui"1 ,ll;it ;l -nan named Wilson was
iiia'ai1''1 convicted of the crime on
t'nv ' in ll,!lstantial evidence, and is
J juvaitin the death sentence in Al-
ll-as ,lvn ascertained that Whitney's
hoj Ila.!1K'is Joseph Hildebrand and his
ervf 1U 1)l'tn)it- ix years ago, while
frfJlnnt?!l s,nt'-ce for murder, he escaped
Ecthe . P''nilentiary ufc Little Kock t0"
v'Uh nino othtr iris:nnfirs.
1 irom it.c l u ...
I v.ixvsivmer men had been unable to lo-
v,.,t tb nurnose of the men was to avenge : , ; . , t ,V(.r.. known to the au-
the death of the two men who were shot . th()ritieS- He was finally located last
Convict' Story Exploded.
roA. pa.. A112. 3. Whitney, the
at diilerent times in contiicts between
union and non-union men. x-om k,
panies of militia are on duty at the works.
Snddeu Dt-ath of Consul Sparks.
Egle Pass, Tex., Aug. 3 Major Jesse
W Sparks, United States consul at Pie
dras Xegras, Mexico, died suddenly on
Saturdav at his room at the International
hotel of heart failure. Major Sparks was
a prominent candidate for governor of
Tennessee when appointed consul by Presi
dent Cleveland. He was vice president of the
United Veterans, an association of Union
and Confederate soldiers, and was widely
known throughout the south.
d 10 last
tr,,... fu ; - a.,, ,,,, . . - r u... I!..;;. a- 1 o
iijiiU v.. ii,t : -. i.- ;;in.M i it in- it. ui-it ;
government (tun tig n;s stay m rmgiano.
and at its conclusion his plan is to sail for
the United States. He will leave the United
States via Vancouver on steamship Em
press of China.
Ilrvrin Ihti .Maile I'iimo'i
L:. '::. X-b., Aug. it
taut pi-.'nus a '
d att -rta-e g -.. e -
action, Mr. Bryo :
r to atis-.y.-r o.n
ai to pla-'-e- iavai.i
1 have n -t dire
t ly j):
... 1 i: u..... .. 01 v:...,fV. X
night at ;i ooaruing iinx: ,n t .-ouni .11
kansas avenue, but despite all kinds of
pressure, probably acting under instruc
tions, he refused to discuss the accident
from any point of view.
Last night Coroner McLaughlin called
Hauser before him and gave him a hear
ing. It was purely perfunctory, however,
and but little was said. Hauser refused
to make any statement whatsoever at this
time, and was held in ?500 bail for a fur
ther hearing. Bail was furnished and he
ATLANTIC CITY. Aug. a.-o aaaiuonai . need t present, because
Kura vpt neenrred as a result of ' 1U11 13 - r
Thursday nisht's collision, and the death e ery doe is efiective.
Transvaal Inv-'ab-rs Coinictcd.
Lon'POV, July O'e. Before th -lord chief
justice. Baron Russell of Killowen. Baron
Pollock and Justice Hawkins, in the
queen's bench division of the high court of
justice, yesterday the trial of I)r. Jame
son and his as-oci.ites in the Transvaal
raid was concluded with a verdict of guilty.
Dr. Jameson was sentenced to fifteen
months' imprisonment without labor,
Major Sir John Willoughby to ten months,
Major It. White to seven months, and
Captain Henry F. Coventry (a son of the
Earl of Coventry). Colonel II. Grey and
Colonel F. H. White to five months' im
prisonment. "Mamma, was that a sugfir-plum you
just gave me?" asked little Mabel.
"Xo, dea-, it was one of Dr. Ayer's
Pills." "Please may I have another?"
"Not now, dear; one of those nice
a 'a- -.p.dga
any kind to any p -.-s-ai whom.-
"CycboM'" Uavis lor ('oiiic--.
Tk::a':k.N, Ark., Aug. :;. -( y. P aie"
Davi-. the People's party leader, was 0:1
Saturday '.: .min.-tT.-d U r congi-.. 1 y P. ..u
listsof the Four'h Toga- district to -ue-ceed
Hon. I). B. Culberson. .
M. Stamhulofrs Tomb I)esf-ratctb
Sofia, Bulgaria, Aug. :J. The ton.b of
M. Sta mbulolf. th" ex-premi. r of Bul
garia, who wa assassinated in th tre.-ts
in Sofia in July of last year, has been
seriously injured with a dynamite bomb.
A riot was caused at the grave of the dead
statesmanship- the funeral cer niony was
going on in July of la.-t year by his en
emies and by th-friends of Major Panitza,
who had Im-cii execute:! by an onb r of M.
Stambulolf while he was premier. For
sometime after his burial his grave had
to be kept guarded by military.
All diseases of the skin cured and
the best complexion restored by John
sohn's Oriental Soap, perfumed and
highly medicated. Two cakes in esch
J package, 25 cents at Margrave's.