".... There will probably a big list of disasters to record -when the wind goes down. Death of MJsi MinnieClay. Ky., Oct. MinnieClay, aged SS, died at her home here of cancer. She -was a granddaughter of Henry Clay and her ... , was shot and killed by his son Francis, 18, at his home in the suburban town Lonsdale. The boy gave himself up to the police and said his father was beating fcim over the head with a heaiy stick. He got hold ... been f teld on a charge of assault in the first de- gree. Bail was fixed at Devine is On the street and will soou go to his home Newcomb, Essex county. They Killed the Outlaw. WICHITA, Kan., Oct. United ... , and-when called upon to surrender BeUstedt dismounted, got behind his..."
".... / 'Graudita'dgtifcar �rf-Henrjr.Clay.:'-.'"� -Lexington, Ky., Oct. 31. - Miss MinnieClay, aged 38, died at her home, here of "cancer. She was a granddaughter of Henry Clay, and her -father, Thomas H. Clay ... on his parson and it was thought possible that he went to visit relatives, but an inquiry disclosed that he had been seen by none of them. It is now thought that he has been waylaid, killed and his body ... .-James H. Bartlett, one of the snrvivors of the Jeannette expedition, killed his wife's |, niece,. Lottie R. Carpenter, wounded his wife and shot himself. When the neighbors rushed in they found Bartlett ... the parachute, knocking it sideways and causing the balloonist to fall to the earth. When picked np Driscoli was insensible and his..."
"...., Oct. Mi.ss MinnieClay, aged 88, died at her home here of cancer. She was a granddaughter of H^nry Clay and her father, Thomas E. Clay, was a member of the legislatur® at the oiening of the civil war ... Reid is reported to have been lost. t)ther rafts have also beaa broken up. There will probably be a bl| list of disasters to rccord \vhen the wln( goes down.
Death of Miss Mliiule Clay.
hl.MNGToN, Ky ... years old, was killed by a train at Spavk hilU Just ten years ago ho w^s struck the same train, under the charp of 1 same conductor, at tho same hotir and near the same spot. At that time he was throwrf ... ~Scott^ar^Ieinphis railroad, was shot and killed by his son Franela, aged IS, at his home In t he suburban' town of Lonsdale. The boy..."
".... — Miss
MinnieClay, aged 38, died at her home,
here of cancer. She was a granddaughter
of Henry Clay, and her - father,
Thomas H. Clay, was a member of the
legislature at the opening of the civil
war ... that he had been seen by none of them.
It is now thought that he has been waylaid,
killed and his body concealed.
B ABTLETT'S CEIME.
An Exhaustive Review by. the American
Agriculturist ... .
A Jeannette Survivor Kills His Niece,
Shoots His Wire and Then Suicides
SAN FRANCISCO , Oct. 81.— James H.
Bartlett, one of the survivors of the
Jeannette expedition, killed his wife's
niece ... Phillips
and three other men were killed
and a dozen others seriously wounded.
An attempt was made to assassinate Mr.
Sundell on his way to the..."
"...wounded her. Another negro, Ed Pickings, attacked Etiiridtje and he was shot and dangerously wountled. Everything is quiet.
Heath In a Noted Family.
LKXiN(itt»n, Ky., Oct. 31.—Miss MinnieClay, aged thirty ... . Seven dayi out one of the crew became ill, and t few days later died in convulsions. He had no- sooner been buried at sea than the second mate was taken down. H« died within a week. Bedding and all ... , of this city, and will be buried in Louisville. He was not married and leaves two sisters !f:50,Ki0 insurance.
Friday .it Vincennes, Ind., he took out two insiirani e policies, one tor .t^.OOO •nd the other ... that the contributions have far exceeded expectationa.
Queeii of Wurteniberg Dead.
Berlin, Oct. 81.—A disratch from Stuttgart announces the..."
"..., attacked Ethndge and be was shot and danger ously woanued. Evei-ything is quiet.
Ieath in a Noted Family.
Lexìscìton, Ky., Oct. 81.—Miss MinnieClay, aged thirty-eight, died at her borne liere yesterday ... , and a few dafv Liter tlied in convulsions. He had no sooner been buriel at sea that) the sect ml mate was taken down. He died within a week. Pedding and all effects of the deatl men were destroyed as stxjn ... '»niu»its a HorribU? Crime.
SJ#N FK.xNfisct», Oct. 81.—Early Sun-da^^ioruing James H. Bartlett, one of the survivors of the Jeauette expedition, killed his wife's niece. Lottie R. Carpenter, recently of Evausville, Lnd ... knocked hi» down with a chair and the woma ptilled a knife which she phingeti int the yonag man's back. Young Orsdorr. is dead.
Am Outlaw ..."