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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1891)
UMRtlll MIICItUKIOUl lUtftl.
A new daily mpr li about to b
i i lausnioutli,
The wife of liov. thaier I sel l
out! ill at this writing,
rkmt faUl riifi of diphtheria are
wuronicuq in nest roiuw
Tweaty.elght mrt of broom corn
were recently shipped from llolbrook.
Over f.000 have been subscribed
at liaatlngs to build a mile race track
The vote In Fremont at the lata
election foil ihort of the registration
aoout one hundred.
The flrat countv returns to reach
the office of the secretary of state were
irom t ran Kim county.
Burirlars entered tha hnnaa of A.
Martini at Nebraska City and stole
some valuable jewelry.
The official count elves llovd. re
publican candidate for sheriff la Otoe
county, nine majority.
One school has been cloied in N.
braska Ciiv on account of dinhthnd.
and it is thought the others will have
-Elder K. D. Eubank of Broken
How has accented a rail to lahnr as an
evangelist in Missouri at a salary of
f i, uw.
Wm. Wilson of llnnnnr rm aa
verely cut on the lower jaw with an
iron Dar ne was using while dehorn
The stock of C. S. J. Lee at North
Bend is In the hand of creditor!, but
the finanolal difficulty is expected soon
w do uaea over.
While COUolinff cars at Hfantnn
F. M. Mark had the two middle Angers
on me right hand so badly mashed
that amputation was necessary.
-The A. 0. U. W, of Crete have
secured the Red path covert company
and wm give a public muslcale In that
ciiy me evening of November 28. .
The Farmers' State bank of Shu.
bert, Richardson county, with a capi
tal stook of f 10, 000 filed artlcl of in
corporation with the secretary of state,
Kearney is pushing her cotton fao.
tory to completion with more than
western energy, and will toon have in
operation one of the best factories la
Harvy Welle has brought tult
against It. 0. McMillan, his employe,
for his wages for the last five years,
amounting to U80, and which now his
boss refuses to pay him.
Miss Llllle Hathaway, daughter
of One of the Dronrlntopi of tha t An.
coin Journal, was married law week
to noDert v. Mulr, connected with the
tint National bank at Denver,
I.angdon Fisher, a South Dakota
ranenman, was brought Into Omaha
for selling liquor loan Indian. He
waived preliminary examination and
nai oeen released on hit own recognl
Mary Laner, the young lady who
was ingniruiiy ournea a few days ago
oy nor oioining catcning fire while
preparing a meat atjobn Bobmldt'i,
even miles northwest of Talmage,
died from nor injuries.
The grooery houso of K. J. Coles
a. a . i m ...
an or was oiosoa last week. The
largest creditors are the Farmers' arid
Merchanl' bank of York, which has a
claim of f 2, 600, and Raymond Bros, of
wncoin wun a fi.ziw claim.
J. JUum, an old resident of Osce
ola, and also one of its most substan
tial businessmen, died last week of
cancer, Dacouiod had been sick for
nearly a year, and his friends have
expected hie death for tome time.
A disastrous prairie fire on Tues
day morning four miles west of Crelgh
ton destroyed the residence of Wilson
Losure, also his barn and about 8, 000
bushels of grain in the stock. Capt.
Miller's barn was also destroyed,
The new look and call boxes have
arrived for the West Point postoffice
fad are all in position, adding greatly ,
t ! twauly and fueliltl, Tbe
ofllfle is new iarke enough to acooio.
module the public for l Usit three
-One night 11 W0H the 8k loult
esprposNo. 8 on the Missouri iV'Ifio
road, at West aiue, was robbed by sli
Uikd men and the eiprrsi mettan.
ger's safe emptied, lhe amount of
boodle obtained by the robbers Is estl
natnd at about 0, two.
A little child of N. If. Jloguasof
Klwood got hold of a bottle ol lauda
num last week, and before being no.
tlood swallowed about an nunca nf tha
liquid. Dr. linen was calltui anil
the prompt administration of an einelio
ratal results were spared.
The Nebraska winter corn ahihti
Will be hold at Urrant's Memorial hall,
Lincoln, it is exoticiAd that thia m
be made the Greatest exhibit avar hald
in the state, and the intention is to
preserve the display intact for exhibi
tion at tho world's fair.
-Mrs. Kllov Funic of
City, wife of a section fommnn it,.
Missouri Pacific road, made a desper
ate enor w commit suicide by throw
ing herself into tha frAm 4 rt aa
bridge, She was recued by men who
saw her jump and was taken home.
She is insane.
(us Martonsnn. a SwU tlln .
Looml. came to Holdrcge, and after
drinking too freelv lav down h,.f
the rails on a side track to sleep, Jn
menigntabox car was backed over
mm, cutting open his head and injur
ing one eve. The inlurv. it i .i,4
" m - j r w tw ui
wiil not be fatal.
The Morean bov who .
over at the Union Pacific depot at Nor
folk last year and lost hi leg in con.
eouence, sued the railroad
for damages, The caa was tried last
week In the 6 strict court nt Mif.,n
The jury broiiffht in a vnrAlri. (n hl
plaintiff for 3,000.
- The 8. C. l.iva miav
of Crete, Neb,, lied articles of incor
poration last week. Tha Ablaut 1 n..
' " - . w vi mitw
company it to buy, sell, feed and graze
live stock. The capital stock of the
company is 1200,000. The incorpora
tors are Ezra F. Hteohens. Wllilnm v
Colvin and Alfred Riley.
Jacob Sichl. Hav. M. V. rni a
!. T. Davios of NabrimkA (Mv
on board the Missouri Paolflo train
wnen it was held up at Omaha. They
ay it happened so nutaklv that th
had bo time to object. A quantity of
express nmtfnr thrown off at Nebraska
City was riddled with bullet.
lhe corner stone at tha aahki
house in Cedar county win laid with
imposing ceremonies a fw A uvi nun
The ceremonies Included Invocation by
nev. iwr, wartin, oration by County
Attorney A, M, Ooodlng and a few re
marks, well made, a also prayer and
blessing, by Rev. Father Loeoker, and
the depositing of the usual document
and relics. Compliment were be
towed on the contractor, Patterson
& McLean, of Omaha and Arcbiteo
Stilt of Norfolk.
Twenty year of seemingly happy
wedded life, followod by an impromp
tu eparatlon, divorce and remarriage
within six months is mMom tha ).
man and wife, but Mr. find M AumuA
' " ----- W V l J '
Cash of Talmage, last week gave to
the world this story by presenting
themselves before Judge Eaton of Ne
braska City for remarriage.
A Washington d snatch sivai Tha
comptroller of the currency ha or.
oeroa me reopening or tne jart Na
tion bank of Hed Cloud. Nh. Th
tookholder are to comply with the
requirement made, Great interest
hat been taken in the effort to reopen
this bank. Citizen from ail a tha
state, having brought pressure to bear
upon tbe comptroller of tho currency
and a number of Influential business
men having made remiest for a ra.
opening. The impairment of capital
ha been made whole.
TEKHHILK K1XU JAnIA.
Ml MA II A OAtl ItrrUTATION
rntiM WAV BACK.
1M Trr..fBf AMa r (( t the
Wl tttit .r th hrlt(hll
tVanloit Only Twtlta mt
Tn lAAlflt ara trw tha htrAtt.t t r,l..a
UIB ITUU IUTV U IUO 10 M(,
It I annomtc'od tlmt Ja .la, owe
Chlof of OpolMi, U ili.nd, tt will im
rmfinbirid that Jn Jit wtiednHMnl by
the Kngllsli govornmnnt moii.i your
ago, ana umt nm vnnn ftlti m-Ul a good
deal of attention In tho llouwoof Com
ttions mid In tho priiH of two wintl.
tii'ntu, Opolm Is on the wnst pnmt of
Africa, a small dlntrha among tin oil
rlvors of the Nigor doltii About 1Mi7
Ja Ja bognn making trouble, Ho hud
had a bud reputation from awav hack
He told Caotuln VfRrn-v. of th
al navy, snys tho Phi In. Tolctfnu.h.
twonty yoiirn ago that nil momnIMo men
wore cannibals, and ho said ho know
nothing In tho outing lino that wn
qulto no toothsome fl a little boy'
ankle. That woe bnfore Ja Ja wan
king, hut nvon thon ho vim goltlng
rich trodlnir with ltrliUh nvi U,,,,
A fow years before Ja Ja built him a
new paiaoo, which wa a gorgoous
anair a paiaco go Jn Vmt Africa.
Undor oiw h foundation mt hn
a slave.alive, about twenty in all, for
no oioor reoon, apparotitly, exonpt to
how that ho had plonty of lave Ut
spare, tnorm of ID degraded bar
bttrlsm have been told atrnln and aonUt
Finally the crowning at of Ja Ja'
crueiiy camo, una inducod the Jirltlnh
irovernment fi ti.U hi
r - ' " ' wr-rw i T 't "I'I'Ufl I'"
mm lfiUf!iitUly and put him out of tho
, t A I . . a . m
way m aomg runner fotrm. For year
ho hfwl sxha:1M tribute upon ovary
pouno or tmnifthnmm that entered or
ion rue country. Jbo white wor
ohnnt at hmt decided that thev nnM
not bo blnek-malled hv Jn n
VrtW. ' They teld him that ho might
make a much money a ho pleaaed io
rmm, vm ne inmv not tttMato With
their biisineH, Thereooon ha t,nU,ri
hht pooplo to have nothing more to do
wjmi me wnite trtoors, anrt, upcct
lng that hi dutiful auhjoct in n
district were etlii trailing with the
whiUjs, ho inarchod hi little army to
tho place and killed 700 peoplo, Then
tho Urltlsh aont an expedition te Ja,
van coiiniry ana made thing very
not lur mm. ana wnen i.unv rtuii-i,i,ii
to tho coast Ja Ja in chain wa tho
mow conspicuous foature of the pro
What to do with tho African terror
wa the next queWlon. Deportation
wa decided noon. nnA XI r. if If
Johnwteno wa commissioned by tho
"niiHii government to take him for a
nvo year oxiio to tho Jsiand Of t,
Vincent In the West indie. They
gave rum an allowance of 11,000 a
...... i . mi - - .
year ror spenaing money, and ho had
plenty of money bosldo of hi own.
He nearly died Of homaniclrn an1
before Utrni ent a i,1j,i,i
Kngland for A fow companion to
cneer mm up. no bod that a Qwm
of hi wive bo sent to Hi. Vincent to
share hi exile. Ho thought hl m
o,(iew wa exceedingly modest, a ho
petitioned for only a small part of hi
narem. oi to encourage polygamy,
howover, tho wlo authorltle decided
that one wlfa Mnini)i. T htf
orously permitted .a Ja to take hi
(..- . -a
pica, ana no sens for I'atlenco.
umm I'at onco came, an1 wm iimi.
ally in the society of her liego lord, who
wn oui onougn w m Mf father, HhO
wan a younar thfnir. dark Aumnv.
and wa not at all regal or dignified In
appearance. Cheap Jewelry glittered
all over her amnio onrson. Hh hail
llk and atln, a well a calico
gown, and wa a striking! appar
alod when ho walked ahronyl aa .fa .fa
blmse If. Tiio Royal couple lived in a
Iwriy lurnisnoa cottage with two or
Ja Ja cut a groat figure while (a tho
wow inoiea ife wa a abort thick
ot negro. Ifo wore an Admiral'
oat with immens buljjoa tultf
oi.r a ji.llow pltih vi.t with l.lg
grf M flifHIud blltlolia. ' Ittt tl'l ftiia
ix.t v. ry ,i ill-pUylog n ttlvn ana
Of iMIMMII'tlllllM llllnll, Mil j. ni tf,l.
bad brunt) nlrlH of bhiOHiid rd.
iiimI bliti k silk hoo, nut) n pair of
gtOgio. Howir-(inbrtlderfi ftllpper
i'ovi'.m 1. 1 o iHllhir lrmnltli.,
( hi bit hi nd hn worn a broad bi luimet)
but of Aft lciin iiinniifa-'luro, somnfhiiig
like n sooiltroi'o, and in tloiband wara
sliH'k. at iinifoi'iii iIImIiih.'o. it
ih rich feitibors.
In hit cm wcitt .Mil, I ill.,,, a
Mtitqtifi d.w(tu and toielndlng hi nek
whs a collar of stoti'U'a iil, ni. ..
bear tooth lipped with gold by way
of a pentlant. He worj wl.ii.i i,it,.
gloven and n many Ibwny ring no hi
lllll'tT liml tlllllllllK Wlllllrl ,,,.,,,,,....
dato, Tnkon altogeiher, h wo a
sight fit for tho ifod. mid
Ja.luwat at law iiardtouul hv u.
Ouoori, II.! bad iirociwleii na i,
lit way it, Opoho M Tmnv(t, on tho
("unary Inland, off the coaW of Africa,
where hi death I renortetl ii ),.
TOLD IN THE POST-OFFICE.
Ilia (Mil Man Wm looking tor Ml llaiiab-
iff, Hnt Wa m,,
Ho W an old-faHhiOied man. Nl
alone were hi clothe behind tho ago,
but hi face and.it xprofon were
old fabfoiied, It turned out that hi
Idea and language wero also old-
rawiiooed, for when ho aked a young
man whom ho met In the not ifli.
where he coul1 get a letter ent te him
from hi good wif tip fn the northern
)art of tho state bo oxplafnod;
' Vo aeo, 1 am a tringer iiero, and
while your tiolihb'sr nm all Until' hw
ye don't know none id Vm. Mv wif
promised te write to mo about the
farm, pooa tetter I already
iutmn, Tho cftv rnlxes tea utt
though, that I s(rfi Jiko Pm v;mebod
olo, , . .
"Veaeo, I'm down hero Uu,UU,' in
my daughter. fho waited on twoplo
at a hotel near our plaoo, and there
ho met aomo citv lof v nod went
Now York with hey without lettlri u
kflOW, Mehhe f A t'Wht unit ah'll
COmo mk, but biitM and tha ntA.
fhfofei man shod tear in tho old,
old faMoo, and whlperod tmtmy,
"Fm afearedoot" S. Y. Ctimmaepiul
M0W fha I'iramM tfare Hal It.
A moneyed man. whowahokin(rat
tho worn of lavlntf an artificial ma
pavement In front of one of hi manr
properffo, f,artiid tho friend who
were standing awut him by remark-
log; "1 believe that tho V.au.u.n
pyramid wore built io just that way."
'rnwA for an explanation, ho said
that white ho had never been in V.uvnt
ho had read tho work of all Kgypt-
oiogiw, including rrugch and Plazzl
Hfovth, and had never teund In art- i,t
them a theory which would atlfao
terlly mmtnt for tho manner in which
tho pyramid wer cnlruted.
"Now," ho ald, "you muW roroorn
bor that the ovrarnlda arm hut It ,f
stena which bear no reaarriblanea to
anything found within five hundred
muoaof ineir location, it I Incrodiolo
tliat tho KuvtiUnrm of lane ftp flva
f hoimfd year ago nhmM bava po
vwA tho moyihaofcal Ingenuity te
move thoo onormou Aml t,t attna
from the granite quarrlo of Abyelnfa
or Hyrla te tho pyramid. I it not
much mora natural te nrtoe thai tha
ancient Kgyptlan fxmmmmd tho aecret
or mftKing artificial tono, and that the
pyramid ware conWrticted hv lava
upon layer of Nile river mud, bar
dened by jut iuch proooo aa we
employ te make artificial ttene Tt (a
a much mora plauslbla oxplanation of
meir construction than tho lahorioui
and unlntelllont suDoMittens that tha
tone wero carried aero tbe desert
to form th foundation and bae of tb
pyramid. I firmly belteve that the
Kgyptlan of tha antMristlan ara
understKd the manufafture of artU
flolal tena. and that ther built thm
pyramid out of it" Phlia. Pra,
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