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July 25, 1895
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
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ORTIGIA SINKS MARIA
STEAMERS COLLIDE AND
The DliHUf Oeears While the Passen
gers War AilMp and They nd Ho
Chance to Esrape Who Is to Blame
Not Tat Known.
Genoa, July 25. The steamship
Maria P., bound from Naples to La
Plata, with a crew of seventeen men
and If 3 passengers, was entering the
Gulf of Genoa at 1:80 o'clock yecterday
morning when she met the steamship
OrVf outbound. The bow of the
Orffgia crashed into the starboard side
of the Maria P., penetrating six yards
and ripping up the Maria P. like
malehwood. The water rushed in
through the hole and the Maria P. sank
in three minutes. The majority of the
passengers were asleep at the time and
had no time to escape after the alarm
was given and were engulfed with the
The Ortigia remained on the spot
until 6 o'clock in order to pick up the
survivors and rescued fourteen of the
crew and twenty-eight of the passen
gers. The Ortigia's bow was broken for a
space of twelve feet along the water
The sky was overcast at the time and
there was little sea. . Both captains
were asleep, and Third Officer Kevello
was on watch on the Ortigia and Seo
ond Officer d'Amrelo on the Maria P.
The Ortigia was going at the rate of I
eleven miles an hour and the Maria r.
at the rate of eight miles. Each ves
sel saw the lights of the other and
continued on its proper road till the
mistake was made, it fs not established
by whom, which brought the Maria P.
broadside toward the Ortigia. Third
Officer Eevello of the Ortigia saw the
danger and ordered the engines re
versed. But the order came too late.
The Ortigia struck the Maria P., mak
ing an enormous gap in her side.
All of the boats of the Ortigia were
lowered, and the crews rescued all
they could of the survivors. The lat
ter, for the most part, remain in such
a state of terror since the rescue that
they are unable to give a single detail
of the disaster.
Captain Ferrara, who was saved, said
that he was sleeping in bis cabin when
he was awakened by cries and a great
noise. lie rushed upon deck and saw
the Ortigia backing off, while his own
ship was sinking. Seeing that all was
lost, he jumped into the sea, where he
was picked up by the Ortigia's boats.
Second Officer d'Angelo of the Maria
P. who was on watch on that ship
when she was struck by the Ortigia,
Among the saved Is a child 8 years
ola, who is the only survivor oi a lam-
y of seven who went down with the
The Ortigia once collided on the same
spot with the French steamer Oncle
At the conclusion of the sitting of
the chamber of deputies at Rome yes
terday the minister of marine an
nounced the news of the disaster, ad
ding that an oflWier, a seaman, stoker
and 144 passengers of the Maria P. had
perished. The chamber has ordered
an inquiry into the disaster.
The wife, brother and son of Captain
Ferrara of the Maria P. were drowned.
For cash, off on boots uud hIioih
Webster & Kowyra, 104.1 U frt.
. llumDhrey Bros., Hardware Co., are
agen ts for the Peering Binders and Mow
era. "We keep a lull stock of repairs, and
we are still increasing our stock of Stude-
UUKCI I 1 1 V 1 4uvjiiiu w -" O J no '
Phcnf.nna onil Hiiriiiir wmrnna' New Broods
and new prices. Tlie largest stock in the
ot.. to- L flnnrn nnu'i-rfilHVfttnr. We have
B 11 V1 , u 1
some bargains in second-hand Buggies,
Surries, l'hretons uud Carriages. Call
and Bee our stock. Binding twine cheaper
than ever. "X. B." grade full leather top
. . i - a. w r .. L
uuggies, warruuieu uv f uu vuou.
SHOT THET WHOLE FAMILY.
a Shameful Art.
Omaha, Neb., July 23. A man named
Bell of this city hired a boat at Mana
wa last evening and took Miss Anna
McCormick, a sixteen-year-old orphan
girl, who lives on North Sixteenth
street, out for a saiL Minard Shoe-
aker was engaged to work the boat
and he tells the story. lie say that
they had hardly got out of sight of
the pavilion when Bell began to make
indecent proposals to the girl, and ex
posed his person in a disgusting man
ner. The girl appealed to Shoemaker
for help. Bell then threw her into
the lake In a fit of rsge before Shoe
maker could interfere. Shoemaker
then knocked Bell into the lake with
an oar and secured the girl and took
her back to the landing. Bell swam
in as it was only a short distance to
ForeiiHli. U off on hootn uud slioeH.
Webster & Rogers, 1043 O St.
Remain of Early Settlers.
Fbankfobt, Ohio, July 23. W. Kt
Mnnrohpad. curator of the state uni
versity, made some important discov
eries in the ancient mounas nere
Jurinir t.hn nast week. One mound
which he opened contained nine skele-
nmhiir Bit two ieei Deiow me Buna.ce
in a laver of trravel. The bones are
Vi nca fit cVirrf. haw. muscular men.
U1IVDW W -I W ' -
The skulls are thick ana ratner rouna
and the facial ansrle is low. Several
Vnlla fta evidence of artificial flat
tening of the base auring miancy.
two Children Fatally and Baby Seriously
New Orleans, La., July 23. Last
Friday night, on the Terre Haute
plantation in St. John s parish, a terri
Die butchery of human beings took
dace. While Rosarlo Giordano and
his family were seated at the supper
table Joe Noska walked up to the door,
and leveling a double-barreled shot
gun, fired. Mrs. Giordano fell to the
floor a corpse, and the bullets that did
not go through her went through both
legs of the 4-months' infant she held
in her arms. Giordano, fearing that
the tender babe would be killed in the
fall, sprang forward to clasp it, and
the assassin then fired again. The
buckshot entered the groin and leg of
Mary Giordano. The 10-year-old little
girl, on seeing her mother fall, ran
.forward and received a portion of the
load of buckshot that struck - her
father. The shot entered her ab
domen, literally tearing it to pieces.
At the same time little Nicolina fell to
the floor, wounded thronirh the head.
The assassin, Joe Noska, did not
Inove from the spot, but when he saw
Benedetto Giordano, a nephew of the
dead woman, and Charlie Columbano
toming toward him he coolly placed
two fresh shells in his gun and waited
tthtll they got very close to him. Then
be raised the gun and fired both bar
rels, the two men falling to the ground
dead. Then the murderer, throwing
his gun over his shoulder, made his
escape to the woods. hen the citl
eens ascertained the extent of the
deed, they organized a posse, and, led
by the sheriff, attempted ,to capture
the assassin. The wounded were
brought to the Charity hospital in
this city. The assassin has not yet
9100 REWARD $100.
Th reader of ttali paper will be pleased to
'arn that there li at least one dreaded disease
that science ha been able to core In all Itastagea,
tnd that is Catarrh. Uall'a Catarrh Care la tha
only poaitlve core known to the medical frater-
eity. uatarrn ueinir a coneuiuuonai disease,
r squires a constitutional treatment. Uall'a
atarrh Core la taken Internally, acting directly
fcDon the blood and mucous anrfacea of tha aya-
)m, thereby destroying the foundation of the
leeaee, and gmntr the patient ati-engta Dy Duna
lag op the constitution ana assisting nature n
Solan Ita work, 'i he proprietors have ao mod
tatth In its curative powers, that they offer On
Uundred Dollars for any r.rM that It tall to cur.
end lor list oi testimonials.
Address, F. J. OHKNEt ft CO., Toledo, 0
ucemenfs . ...
Are often offered people, and when these induce
ments are looked into, they are nearly always found to be
lacking. Such is never the case with
We are large advertisers, and our advertisements are always
taken as facts, for we never offer that which we have not,
and always give what we advertise. We offer you Special
Don't fail to read the advertisement of
It- 1) V Ita m rf DPS AfK. ArKUDHttB.
ill I . H. A. wvtui 1 -
which appears in this issue. He offers
great bargains anu uouio octroi D
well to investigate.
25 to 83 1-3 off
On straw hats at Fred Schmidt &
Bros., 921 0 St.
A Huge Coal Combine.
Chattanooga., Tenn., July 23.
Within the next three months the
manufacturers of the South are to feel
the grasp of the biggest coal combine
ever formed. It is to embrace and
control almost the entire output of
nearly all the mines in Virginia, Ken
tucky, Tennessee. Georgia and Ala
bama, the total value oi wnicn is near
ly $50,000,000, and this is to be the
capital stock oi the organization, i. ne
movement was started months ago and
IntAlv BAvnral meetings have been
held, the last one at Lookout Moun
tain two days ago.
For ciisti. L off on boots and slio.'S.
Webster & UogeVs, 1 4a U fct.
Gored by DnlL
Gkand Island. Neb., July 23. While
out in the pasture at an early hour
yesterday morning to bring in the
cows for milking, Henry Buchholz,
lad of twelve was badly injured by
being gored by a bull. The bull had
only stubs of horns or the boy would
certainly have been killed.
Until August 1st
rw nno-flfth nff Hnle ends AuETUBt 1st.
Buy your shoes now and save 20 percent.
root S orm PStore iztii v sirees.
Bmttler Given Long Nentencai.
Bassktt, Neb., July 20. Salem T.
Clark, Charles II. Jackson and Lewis
Stogel, three of the cattle thieves
who were captured by vigilantes near
Fort Randal a few days ago were
sentenced to a terra in the peniten
tiary by Judtre Kinkaid here Saturday
evening. They were brought here by
the authorities of Keya Vaha county,
having1 promised to plead guilty.
Clark and Jackson each got six years
and vogel five. liach of the pris
oners made statements ia their own
behalf. It appears that Vogel was a
novice in the business ana tnereiore
his sentence was lighter than th
Wednesday and Thursday Next, j
Our reasons are twofold. We want to test the value
of advertising space in this paper, and we want your trade.
To those attending the Convention, we offer a
Special Discount of 10 Per Cent
on these two days, and will only allow it to those who will I
cut this "ad" out and present it at the time of purchase. I
Remember that our, prices are as low as the lowest,
and that the 10 per cent off is a discount from the price at X
i j- rx i ii i. tu:
wnicn goous arc oiicicu au uuiei tusiuuicis. xmo aypnco iu &
ni .i i a i t
morning ana snoes. ;
MAYER BROS.. I
112 to 122 So. 10th St.,
DURING THE CONVENTION.
Stop at our Clothing establishment
for anything in
ci :.i i l,Q n.i-rf thirtv dnVH on
all lines oi ury buu, nuum, clv
Nissley & Co., Department Store 1023 O
Milwaukee, Wis., July 23. At a
roadhouse about four miles northwest
of the city last night, Louis Schmidt,
1r., son of a West side grocer, was fa
tally injured auring a prize ngnt ana
aiea this afternoon, i he other prin
cipal and the spectators fled, leaving
only the proprietor of the place. The
suthorities will at once investigate the
English Election Return.
London,, July 23 At 3 o'clock this
afternoon the following was the result
of the elections: Conservatives 298,
Unionists 52, total 350; Liberals 111.
McCarthyites 53, Parnellites 7, Labor
S, total 173.
For cash, 'i off on hoofs mid sho"-
W ebster & Kogers. MH-1 O stn-K.
Or Furnishing Goods.
We are offering any Summer Suit at exact cost of manufacture,
which means a Fine Suit for $15.00. Our Btore is
complete in every detail.
Paine, Warf el & Bumstead,
1136 O Street, - - Lincoln, Nebraska.
Nebraska Pant and Suit Co.,
1 2 1 7 O Street.
(West Half of Trunk Factory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order I
FIrst-clnss and miaranteed to fit,
li, S5, (0: and upwards.
$15, $1S, ( JO, and op.
Popular Prices. Goods sold by the yard, and
umisror uoy a rams, tic.
Few uncalled for Pants and Snlta at Your Own
Price. end lor samples and prices.
O.R.OAKLEY. J. E. THOMPSON.
O. N. HOLCOM. Cutter.
Cor. 10th & P St., Lincoln, Neb.
(Wesley's Old Stand.)
The largest drug store, most convenient location, most complete stock in the city.
prligs, Paints, Oils,
Glass, J3ooksj Stationery,
Stock Foods, &c, &c.
The Cheapest Place to Buy Drugs in the City. Prompt, Reason
able, and Reliable.
I have tor eole noine diwiratile mnall
farms and uuimproved lands nitiuited
near Dea Arc, county sent of Prairie Co.,
Arkansas, which I will sell on fnvornblH
terms to good industrious people. For
further information address, ,
13. F. BEISE,
Hall's Hair Renewer renders the hair
lustrous and silken, gives it an even color
and enables women to put it up in a
great variety of styles.
ROY'S DRUG STORE,
10th & P St.
a. f asm 'vw rm - . l i m .n w mm
P Do4itiviy Gudranfeed to give
M'tyilblaclioo i for Trail fllToWed T
wf)o b&vc Vied tf)en).
Of . oiy o ne
k RPCK 16LAHP PLOV CO. Pock Island. III.
King of Bicycles,
' . FINEST MATERIAL.
XSr SXW SCIENTIFIC
Four Tlodels 885 and $100.
EVERY MACHINE FULLY GUARANTEED. SEND 2-CENT STAMP FOR CATALOGUE.
Monarch Cycle Co. .
Factory and Main Office; Lake and Halsted Sts., CHICAGO. ILL.
BRANCHES : New York. Sao Francisco, Salt Lake City. Denver, Memphis. Detroit, Toronto.
T. G. NORTHWALL, Agent, Omaha, Neb
jf57) , COL U MB I AS They almost fly.
TiIETING wont cure you g
Neither will medicine.
All you need is to get out doors
and let the tonic of rapid motion
put new blood into your veins
Buy a . . .
Or a HARTFORD, $80 $60.
Boys' or Girls' Hartfords, $50.
Oct Columbia Catalogue. Free at
any Columbia agency ; by mail for two
A. L. SHADER,
Agent for Columbia and Hartford Bicycles.
SJHIP YOUR WOOL'
Beferencey: , .
Metropoiiran naiiuiuu sous.
and thia taper.
"IT71KE WANTED Maid or widow. Anew, l
W am widower; formerly a farmer, but now
retired. Have but little Income, uooa nwuui,
ftood standing at home and in society. Children
married. Weisrh 140. temperate, nse no tobacco.
Not satisfied single: want a companion that hai
home and plenty, aud room in that home for tin
husband she loves that we may enjoy all that be
longs to man and wife. .
Is tha moat almpK moat dur
able, the easiest to operate and therefore capable
of most spaed. Bend tor catalogue and price.
Address. No. UM Vaream St., Omaha.
MET At. and WOOD TOOLS
WORKERS' I SJJmm&
FOOT POWER iiortihkrs,
w.mitv in r.n ic it ivii uie
r oot i'ow
Bond 4 oente tor larm Ulna. OaUUus;.
THE WILKINSON CO..
83 Randolph 8U Chioaco.
T V I7U1 T 111 CT""V-Sk w
VERT L0I? PHIUtS
cVIl druggists sell Dr. MUes' Fain Fills.
Direct to market.
It Is the only way to
get its full market
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k. Jfthft right house. Our shippers testify almost unanimously that
rr ..i .tu. la.iaa Thn nnsfi has bpen tried bv
IS IIIV & livuavi --
a Jury of more than one thousand prominent wool growers ana
a verdict rendered. We haye been found guilty oT selling other
peoples' wool at a higher price than they could get at home and mak
ing prompt returns. The verdict has created consternation
among Wool Houses here, but rejoicing among wool growers.
We receive more shipments of wool direct from the growers than
any house In this market. We make q u icker sales and q u icker
returns than any house In this market. Don't dispose of your wool
until you write for our Wool Report, giving prices and the verdict of
the jury over their own signatures. Sacks furnished FREE.
SUMMERS. MORRISON & CO.,
174 South Water Street, CHICAGO.
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SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
SCOTT HAY PRESS Co.
810 WtSt 8KSVKQiVM.&CttrM0d
FEED CRINDER i
-k MONEY MAKER
a riiv,ln flrlndftr with thrm
burrs. Center draft. Can bo
attached to any make of primp
ing wind mill. E. B; WINGER, C
532 Kenwood Terrace. Chicago, III.
II. E. KEELOR.
Automatic Stock Fountain
to 160 pigs
rust. No float
to stick in tha
. . i .k ..t.. Tin. tha rluht.
mnu sna lei ouv i " v - -
lied drinklnit cap, not a lnrire, double drinklna;
i i . 1 - ( U... Al.hs l.Af..lu fpush
COP TO nOIQ a IUI UI uui, hiiuj r a w.-.
inpplV comes aown. im m-i
itntPT and acta as a lock-nut. Can be set to water
. J 1 ...... I. ...1 n m ..nil
two pens at once, onu cnu "
or barrel In ten minutes. Works successfully in
winter. Ketail price 3.00. We pay express.
Fountains sent to any address on trim, i rut
tn ha mmifri hv pTnrpHS iifrpnt if sat Isfact orv.
It costs nothiuir to try; send for one. Apenta
wanted in every lucamy. uruw '""s" ,uih11
Dent dealer or
Stock Eountai n Co. ,
Lake City, Iowa.
I have a choice lot of White Holland
Tnrkaya, Barred Plymouth Rocka and
Pekln Ducka. Alao soma choice Lartce
EBRllefc Berkshire Plfta. Writ me for .
ericas oa anything yon want In my line,
aad I will guarantee eatiafaotlon. Send
Stasia lor circular.
W. T. WHITE, CuUer. IUlnola.
Chester-White & Poland-China Swine
Herd compoasd of a choice se
lection of premium animals.
Rtock shipped to all parte of U.
b. wrisewauiB. wai-.ut--w.iMw.
FDRNAS : COUNTY HEfiD
Big Berkshires & Poland
China Pigs for Sale.
At farmera' prices. The produce of 20 top aows,
mated to 4 flrst-clnss boars. The popular strains.
Buy now and save extra charges. Am breeding
some aowa for early fall llttera that I will ael)
rlfiht. All guaranteed aa represented. Satisfac
tion given. Mention "Wealth Makera."
H, S. WILLIAMSON,
Beaver City, Neb.
Breeder of . 3
Black Langshan Chickens.
The greatest general purpose chicken of tha age.
My Hock scores iroat Wft to Hi. '
EGGS FOR SALE..
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