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IKE SIOUX COUim JOURNAL j
L S. snmOKS, Proprltl"!-.
Washihgtoh, Jan. 13. The depart
meat of justice is in receipt ot a
full report of an investigation made
by the United State district attorney
ot San Francisco into toe case of Pat
riot! Shield, a fireman on the American
steamship Keweeua, who is alleged to
hare received brutal treatment by. the
Chilean police a uthorities of Valparaiso
for no other reason than because he pro
claimed bimseif an American. Shields
state that he shipped oa board the
steamer at Brooklyn, N. Y., and reached
Valparaiso on the CSth ot September,
lie was given liberty and went ashore.
After leaving a barber shop and while
perfectly sober be was accosted by t?o
policemen for money, and not complying
with their demands, the officers, who
were in uniform, took him to jail, where
they locked him up. Fiom this time
for vard, according to his statement, Lo
waa subjected to a continuous series of
arrests and imprisonment, accompanied
by brutal beatings and periods of ser
vice in the chain gang, for no other rea
son than because be was an American.
Captain W. H. Jenkins, of tbe Kew
eena, a resident ot Boston, testified that
the veesal is owned by Americans and
oaried tbe American Hag. lie de
scribed the pitiable condition of Shields
when the latter returned to the ship
after bis imprisonment. Tbe unani
mous testimony ot tne officers and crew
of this vessel was that it was unsafe for
any American seaman to proclaim him
self such in Valparaiso.
A Train Derailed.
Cbawfobdsville, Ind., Jan. 13. Be
tween 2 and 3 o'clock TuesJsy afternoou
north-bound Monon train ran off the
track two miles north of here, at Nichol
son crossing. The accident occurred on
titty-foot embankment, down which
four 3ars rolled, the engine and one bag
gage car keeping the track. The trou-'
ble is supposed to have been due to a
Tbe first passenger coach rilled over
three time". It was full of passengers
and caught fire from the stove. All the
occupants escaped alive.
Tbe ladies' coach was literally torn to
pieces, as was also the parlor car. Here
was the greatest damage. There were
three theatrical lioops on board, one of
which, the City Ciub, a burlesque com
pany was completely broken up, nearly
every member sustaining serious injur-
''tbe Associated tress from Monterey,
Mexico, dated January 3 Says:
The government is keeping sharp
est watch on telegrams and letters to
and from the United States, and even
on newspapers, to suppress all news
about tbe Garza revolution, and
tbongh tbe government pretends the
movement is of little account and in
some instances is directed against the
United States, yet it is well knon that
tbe movement has taken formidable
proportions and threatens to extend,
for dissatisfaction reigns in many ot the
States and hunger may a rive the people
to desperation. Diaz, the Mexican con
sul st Larebo, has received orders from
the government to ''doctor" all repoits
passing through his bands and destined
for the United States.
I Tbe histories of Garza published eo
far in the United States are all v.rong.
He has also been either a schoolmaster
or s journalist of connidt ruble taleDt,
and though be may be d feated and
killed, the revolution will not end.
Small bands will harness the govern
ment on all aides until I ho election,
when another strong effort will be made
and then the conservative, or clerical
part may take a band,
i The great question of where the
money comes from for tbe Garza move
ment is solved by the word preying, that
is, they live off tbe land. Their arms
and horses are their own property, and
hsil from the central states. Though
WM U intelligent and brave, be is not
tbeyeal leader of the movement. The
lesddr is one of the most prominent
men o? the republic and is ably assisted
by very prominent men and diplomats,
who' will never tire unless they are
killed or are trumphant. What aids, or
rather will aid, the revolutionists is the
general depress on which reigns, and
which makes itself felt more and more
every day. The prisons are full of
people driven to crime by distress, and
President Diaz himself understands the
Situation is critical. The police are
Tery active id tueir search for tbe lead
ing conspirators, but are meeting with
Mated t reach man Drad.
Pans, Jan. 13. Peyroo, ex-minister
at marine, died Tuesday of influenza.
Leas Bjr I'lre.
GaoaoBTOWn Jan. 13. At about ten
eotaok yetrdy morning fire broke out
fa tbe McGelleo opera house and the an
tin building was soon in flames. Tbe
opera boose wts a frame affair and
barned like Under. The flames soon
spread to Mrs. Johnson's milinery store,
wkioh waa totally destroyed, and from
tkorote t Cots! De Paris, which was
daokorasd to tbe ground. Several
vl is? faosM baUdinjrs on Sixth avenue,
r-iCaW street wtre destroyed. Tb
A GENUINE SENSATION.
! Thft Death of Turnbtill vm Ii
j rectiy Caused It Ncsi.-ct
; in ihe nosiutii!.
The SUten of Churi Were lwM'
DID NOT PICK THE AUIII.I-.
VaiAWO,Cel. Jan. 1L-A cenuin
sensation developed in the Baltimore in
vestigation. Kunreona Stilt and V. hue
of the Baltimore, after testifying to toe
wounds of the members of the Bdti
niore's crew, declared the deith cf Purr
bull was directly caused by neglect in
the hospital, where he as carried by
the police. The Chileans refused to al
io the Baltimore's surgeons to treat
their men and defined to do it them
selves except iu a very superficial way.
For four days the surgeons vainly
begged Judge of Crimes Foster to allow
them to remove the sailors to the Balti
more, but not till it becama probable
that Turubull would sjon die would he
grant the permission.
l'iie men were taken to the eh'V but
too late for TurnbulL Blood poi oning
sit in and he died live davs later. The
-urgeor.s were positive that death re
buked from neglect aud impeded treat
ment in the hospital. I'ha sisters of
charity who had charge fceeait d to re
gret their inability to help the sailors,
hut had to obt-y their superior. It fur
ther appears that if Kiggin was cot shot
tie would probably rec iveied, as the
knife wounds were not very serious.
The surgeons testified in great detail re
garding the wouaJs of the d.fferent
men, etc. Surg- ou Mitf, speaking of
tae hostile fee'ing against Americans
said it prevailed before the- riot. Af er
the battle of P.aciila, the Amer.cin sur
geons went ashore and olfared their ser
u'ces in carinu for the wounded. A sou
jf a prominent Chilean olljjer was treat
ed by one of them. When his father
aeard it ho furious y dejlared that he
nad rather his son should die than or e
li e life to the Americans.
While in the hospital Turnbull made
a statement to burgeon Stilt, asserting
that he was not intoxicated and that he
did not pick the quarrel, but was as
saulted and struck o'own by a mob.
Lieutenant Sturdy ot the Baltimore
testified that he went ashore after dark
October 10. He saw about tiiirty of the
Baltimore men on the mole and ti.ert
uboute, all perfectly quiet and
s-ibi-r. Two ot them told hiui the police
had oro"ered them lo return to the ship,
aj mere had been some trouble anil
more threatening. Ha i.dvised them to
go aboard and about lifu-eo of them did
so. He went to the police station to see
whether he couid dj anvthinir for any
,ot into trou Lie. liia oliieer m charge
told him there had beeu a row, but that
i. was over aud a 1 w-is quiet.
Oulr.tgfrn la Ku-ia.
Rt Petersburg, San. 3 i. Anti-Jew.
oh outbreaks have occurred in many
v liuges in 1'enBa and Saratou. The
.louses of a number ot Jews suspected
uf hoarding corn have beeu uurued and
m iny of the inmaLes killed.
Sioux City, la. Jaiii 1-1. Sensational
discoveries have been made of the ghoul
ish practices ot Sioux City undertakers.
Ou December 23 Miss Elizabeth Tucker
died of the grip at St. Joseph's hos ilal
and was turned over ly the Sisters of
Charity to an undertaker for burial.
Before going to the hospital she had
mjstriously disappeared from the fam
ily which she had served as n domestic.
It was not until three days ago that a
newspaper reporter who was tracing the
matter found that she had died at the
The attending physician, Dr. Jepson,
is also a professor in the medical de
partment of the Northwestern univer
sity of this city. As no return of the
death as made, as the law requires,
and m burial permit was tssi'ed, further
investigation showed that the body had
been wrapped in a coarse burlap, put in
a pine box and carted to the uarversity,
where the students are at present en
gag d in dissecting it. Dr. Jepson at
last admitted the facts and now offers
to turn over the body, whish he clat us
is not badly mutilated, to the girl's
Miss Tucner's brother is a well tdo
farmer at Canton. S. D., who has ben
notified and will institute prosecutions.
The investigation develops the fact
that four or five Sioux City undertakes
have been doing a thriving business in
this line, as a large number of corpses
have been shipped. One undertaker
atales that not only have scores of
pauper or unknown bodies been tl us
shipped, but many empty cofflos hnve
been buried and tbt county charged up
with bills for full services. An ap .li
cati baa been made for permits to
open the graves and the authorities will
make searching investigations.
Will Lynch Him.
Oxford, N C. Jan. 14. Mrs. Horner,
a widow of this city, was clubbed to
dealu by a negro named Henry Cor'nn,
who escaped. Corbie's motive for the
murder of Mrs. Horner was to get rid
of her so that he might outrage her
daughter Lizzie, a handsome young
lady of 20 years. In the struggle with
the -xgro tbe young lad) was seriously
inj- 'O, her clothi 'g having been torn
entirely off. The town is w:ld with ex
oi lament, and if oaplured, he will oe
A Murderer I.ratheel.
Oh osd. U . Jd. lO.-H'ory CorUn.
ire n.gro who murdered Mrs. George V.
Horner here Tuesd..? night, was 1 cci.ed
Thursday evening. He has been hiding
s.nce the murd-r in a shed 200 feet from
ihe place whero the crime a comn.it
ted. Groviinn hungry, he sent a negro
boy to buy food and the toy told ot his
hiJ.cgplac-A Acrosd fitou e forme 1
BtidrushfcJiotiorpot. The murderer
heard them but too lute to tcape. In
Lis cjward.y fear b? end voreJ U eui
cid . but oi'ly inflicted ft th-M wound.
The crowd rushed in and eeiz-d hiia
The marshal and his utants took
h:m in charge and w--re ieadiorf 1'itn '..)
thjcal'Ot., followed by the enrad
cr nd. Jut at tliedi.uror the eat ie
sjiue one thre-.v a n pa around his neck,
bu. t !e ui arshal cut it and the murder
er was locked up: rl he mob soon tear
ing tint tbe fcherlil as on tlie way to
take charge of Corbin. broke into Um
caboo-e, drugged out the murderer,
hunir him to a tree in the public fq'-iare
and hen lir d i'J bullets into his body.
The crowd dispersed, leaving the corpse
Corbin had been for two jears a ser
vant of y.r. Horm r. lie murdered her
with a club Tuesday night. Thedaugh
tir resisted the assault oa her and ts
capeJ to the street, giving the alarm.
M-s. lljrner' maiden name was Maricel
and a classmate of Mrs. President Ilar-
Attniit to Iioli a oilier Mine.
St. Louis, Jai. 10. A Itpubiic e-e-cial
from -M.irfa, Tex., e i)3 an attempt
was made last ciglit by an armed body
of Mexicans to rob the Cibilo silver
mint's at Shafti-r, but tho robbers were
surprised l y a detachment of Texas
ranRers and put to tl:ght after a stub
born (itfht in which three of the robbers
were killed. The survivors tied in the
darkness toward Ilio Grande. One of
them is Antonio Caraco, whose brother
a year ago killed a ranger. Iq this vi
cinity the Mexi.aua outnumber the
Americans two to one and serious trou
ble is feared an a result of the btfrny.
KUlt-tl in a Street Car.
Chicago, Jan. 10. A eurfaco railway
crossing horror occurred at Forty-
seventh street and the Pittsburg, Ft.
Wayne & Chicago trackf. An inbound
Ft. Wayne Irniu struck a 1 orty-Eeventh
street transfer horse car, two passengers
being instantly killed and thirteen in
j u red.
The train was limited Xo. 9 and the
acjldent was at a point w here there is n
network of fourteen tracks. To women
who have not been identiliod at a la'.e
hour were killed. Of those injured,
three or four are in a very serious con-
- 'J'.irtnttiiittTOjjfcm -was tine ty thd "Com
bined stup dity of three men, Herman
Albrecht, 'he crossing keeper, Joseph
FUnniiia, the conductor, and Iichael
Creighton, the driver of the street car.
It was the conductor's duty to run
.head and see ihat the trucks were
clear, but whether he did this is not ap
parent. Albrecht says he did not.
The electric light lit up the road for
nearly a mile iu each direction, and yet
Albrecht did not see the limited bear
ing down on his crosahg at tho rate of
forty miles an hour. He raised the
gates, Driver Creighton whipped op his
worses and in an instant was on the
trick just in front of the train. The
engineer blew the whistle, the crossing
eeper, driver and conductor looked
around Tor the first time and screaming
a tardy warning, there was a crash and
the street car and its burden of bu'oun
bings w;:s hurled, spiinler-d anil
crushed, fif y ftet uhei.d of the train.
Sores of people from the siirround
ii g houses rushed out ind a saloon, the
nearest building, was transformed into
a ttmpora-y hospital, The corpse of
one woman passenger was found across
the pilot of the locomotive, a hundred
yards from the street ear, when the
limited was brought to a standstill.
The trainmen are considered blame.
Ies3 by the police. The crossing keeper
aud street car conductor have been ar
rested. The driver is said to be hiding.
A Sleet Storm.
Whbeli.no, W. Va. Jan. 10. Great
damage was done in this vicinity dur
ing a twelve hours sleet storm. Orchards
are totally wrecked by tons of ica that
that weigh down their branches.
Imports from the Lmd waters,
of the Ohio tell of heavy rains or
eriov in the mountains and the creeks
are much swollen. There is danger ot
A Miner Klllml,
Deadwood, S. D., Jan lC-Alfred
Friniodig, a Finnish miner, was instant
ly killed at the 'HoniBStako mines by
being caught under a muss of falling
ro k which had been jarred hose by au
explosion a few minutes before.
Hold Mall Huhliery.
Batavia, N. Y., Jan 17.-A bold and
successful robbery of United States mail
occuned here shout six o'clock Inst
night at the Erie depot. The mail tot
tbe west bound tram, consisting of two
pouches, were on a baggage truck ou
tha platform awaiting the train's arri
val. The employe having therti iu charge
stepped into the dopot for a moiimnt and
on his return the bag was mining. Tin -j
were found later ander s ,me pl,1DKf
- r u.e ireigm house. They had heo
j out open and the contents abstracted
M..1- Atta. k.
M.oRnj,Jan. lL-Saturday night a
v,Ldof anarcW from the country
grounding Xerea made un attack on
tht plave, intending to pd age the
town. The geudaruxs. however, got
wi ld of th tffir, and the anarchis's
wers surprised to tind a strong for
awaiting them. The anarchists -re
armed with fowling pieces ar.J, tl.oi g.:
their plan of pdlaite fiHetratf. ,
th y determined to punish tha po.K'O
fur' thwarting their designs. Ih''
nnde a desperate a' tik on the
daruif-sof the town tnd a stubborn
light resullcJ. Ihe C-ndarmea hnally
cuarg.'d upoa and repulsed the )
The la'.tt-r returned, however, and tltmS
.-.ntinueJ unt:l early )esrdi:y mora-
The military authorities took a hanu
hi'n. uu.-r. IheydiM.at-ibedafon.e
of civalry in j urtult ' f 'he acarchist",
vvii ) HeU precipitately. lh i'ava'-ry
pursued them in every direction and
eeiied ill ''a' tuiing a uujonty. Ihe
prit oners v;li be arraigned Wfurc a
martial and punietiuieu. V.ili fol
I iv swirt upon their -o! vv'.'t.
Ti.c attack ai fo:ume:nd j'JS. n
Ui,ipe,.pl vu-ro iet.vii'g ti.o theatres
,.ud was directed principally towards
that q iaittrof the ciiy in which the
u is situ-.ted, the in'entioii l i"ng j
n 1 be r;iie the iii is -uer.'. Tho tr" ps
r,.;,u sed th riot- re, wl.ii) the g. tidii.m s ,
uere routing a number of s-.-atlered ,
!.ai ds whi -ii wen- cre'i ing ditturbuu-ea
in oiluT pans of the city.
After a stubborn resis'.anc b the on- ;
..ri.-ii.s!-', th'eis of tU-ui wern ail ed and
nvrt-.t y n.oro c r I. r,, te. iou.ly vvoundu'.
An iiiiioi-i-iitrp;tator was ki:led dur- ;
nr too ILht iv an anarchist i.rnied
with arc;-the. Ihistioler, with thirty j
of his companions was plac;-d uuuer ur- ,
The cabinet c tiU'.d ordi led the .tu- (
ihorilii'-a to i.eit! ttilh the lio'ers vii'li ,
tho uti:jol rigor. The audacity u- .
p avid iu atta. l.ing a city iu whi ii a ;
oaitalioa of infantry and a u-glu'ent -t
cavalry ara ij:in:ter d is regarded '..a
laming and ii.exp:ic.ibio. La E ,.-
pt-akmg of tl.o i tld.r, siijs the lioti rs .
made au a ta- k simultaw e mely on tiie ,
in i.uiry i. hi r.it-i s ami lie town had.
lot- p.'iptr i;So s : s Hie ri jI-.-i.'j w ere re- j
lei-od wi'liout a single tu.d.er b-ing j
lie iih. I llr. tl-,iv,-i. it -N w Tiial. j
1. l.N'. l.ii. Jan 11. -Judge Kn-ilig le- j
fi; ci J r. t j. ,.v.-s a i.c.v tiial nod al.-o ,
.lii.!i-il ti iii inn f r a coi.t nuance A 1
ai ;ti'j.i fcr an arrei t of judgement wa
th-.-n I11l-J. It will be heaid toiiay and
il l. is a to denied senteiice of dtsatd
will be iiiiuiiriiialo y passed.
After the dccisiou, Graves was per
mitted lo visit his wife, accompanied by
"-OTyrtMr-hii Unives is belter
and his mother has returned east.
Hjrllula (1 or.tlimpv
Dk.mtr, Jau. 11. Mii ie Price, the
kirt dai.ct-r, who formerly travelled
with the l,X dura! Gas" company, is m
Denver to cieato another sen ation. A
lit!e over a jear ago, when here with
.l comyany, she chusJ a I r te l y
marry iug C arencM D'jW. son of u mill
i.inaire banker i.f this city. The sou
was disowned and then reinstated in
pureutul it dec ion on the condition that
he desert his wit . ihislio did. Mi s
Price arrived in Denver Saturday. She
declares that she win have her hubby
or a nie slice ot the riiillionair's fortune.
She will probably begin proceedings in
a few days and eoiuo seiiBatianal testi
mony is looked for.
turned to Ui ulli,
Amiikrst, X. S. Jan. 11. A d .veiling
iiouso was burned by the overturning
of a lamp Saturday evening and Mrs.
Cum bell and a young duugiiter
nerished in the fiiines.
A Mull Afior II Im.
Makvsvillk, IdF., Jan. 11. Saturday
morning beltvoea 2 and 3 o'clock, a mob
of thirty mer. on hone ;ack, broke into
the county j'iil at tlrs place with the
avowed intention ot lynching Ivi
Gouldsberry, who on December 11, IH'Jl,
foully murdered Peter Header fourteen
miles east of Marysville. Ithenif UmX
lny, who had just retired for the Light,
was taken completely by surf rise. Iiu
heard a knock at the door and when ho
opened it stveial meu liled into the
room aud a hard tust-le began. j he
si.er.ll was overpowered, the k)s tak.n
fr-m him and he was marched wound
he jail yard, while others of the men
kok Sam, a son of Sot-nlf Lteulh y und
forced him to open the cell door leading
to where Gouldsberry as.'
Af;er the door was opened the mob
found the pnsuittr aimed aud concluded
not to niuifctt liuu, gonig uwav without
their man. It is feurtd that a n.oie
courageous mob will again tisit Uie jut!,
wneu undoubtedly Uouldsbtrry viil
linn.', as the fee ing against him is very
bitter. Tha jail is now being s'.roug.y
' rciliHbly h l ae.
Nt,w Youk, Jan. 11.-A story printed
yes.erday morning that a ves.el was
lilted out to go to Hay li Bnd that the
promoters of the scheme, after destroy
ing Ihe three vessels ot the Ilytiau
navy would overturn the govern,,
of Hlppolyto and establish rjaw oue
caused surprise iu t; e oflice of the
II .yt.an minister, wUre olubj hui
been beard of the scheme. Inauirv
ailed Ito and. clue to any AaSSS'
The I.Mk.rrtar.r.. .tl'
IiK. Jan. li-Alarm has Un
li.rnvd i relrS by the HeHOUS
illnewi-f the Duke ff C.arenos and
AvondaleUhstson tf the I'inae if
Vs!,;. The duke hf.s b en showing
illness for some davK, but it was fcoj ed
that he bad n . thing nv.ie than a pass
ing c Id. Vwterday and today, how
ever, it has become apparent that -the
duke La a revere atta. of influenza
aud that His complicated with pneu
monia. This combination has proved
futal in eo many instance of lat that
Ihe royal f mily feel an anxiety greater,
perhaps, than the s.ime cttack would,
under ordinary eircumst. -.ncoe nciU?.
Among the people also the news of the
duke's illness arouses more sympathy
than would Wave been the case a month
ago, before hL engagement to Pricceaj
May of Teck. The duke has been much
more popular since it became known
tht he was to marry for love, a woman
of Eoglish birth. So fcerious is the at
tack that ail iipixiiu' moots made by the
pricce liao Iiwd cancelled 'and the
marriage, appointed for the 2"ih of
February, for which great preparations
are being ua.ie, will of Bourse Jettend
upon his recovery. When the nems of
her lover's condition was cairied to the
piimesa she showed the deepest
anxiety, and wanted to g iuinie iiately
to his side. InqJiries are p '.'iing in
from all quarters as to th duties ;on-
dition. Should the duke become 0
victim of the disease which bus been
playing havoc in Iv g'and and on the
continent bis place -us h-ir to tho throne
tfter tho Prince of Wales, would be
taken by the eallor Prince Gxirgw, who
is a more popular favorite than any
of the u.omb'.is of tte rojal family.
Already there is speculation on this
silt jeet, though at present there is no
reason to apprehend a fatal result of
:l.e duke's illness.
!.-.-J.i l (flixilli.
McCai.i.ixTkb, 1. T. Jan. Pi All the
bodies have been taken nut of the
mines, and too list stands now: Fifty
seveu d-a l and 11" wounded, live of
Ahom will eurelj die, and eeveral who
cannot live twenty-four hours. Excite
ir.eut is dyitg out, giviug way to deep-
si gloom. It was a sad tight to see the
'iii.oial proce aioo which cenveyed the
in'ortui.u'.e mine. s to their last rest
ng pla e, most id wiiuiii nere laid Side
by side, the largest funeral bui tig that
n'tje rge Lindnay aid his sou, who
mtu Very popular. The Catholic and
oti.vr two cimrches were scetie.1 of
tucce-ss.on of tcrvices.
At Kreljs twenty five men have been
ggmg grav. s sinco Fr day, night aud
d iy, and it was necessary to bold eight
oi ihe boilu-a, tho graves not being
In an intwview J enter Jay William
Cameron, 8 iperiDteudent of the mine,
said: "Thiriy-nmo men were killed in
lie mine am! o thliuu hnve died since.
1 he company can in no way be held re
p nisible for the explosion, us the mine
has been carefully examined by
xperte, ho claim, the ventilation was
gi-oil and there was no gas in any part
of the mine. The fault waa in the en-
rjman tiring his shots contrary to
ndi-rs which weie not lo be fired uutil
p. m., when all tiia tueu would be
ut of the mine. Tbe fuu never stopped
running, and the P.0 live men were
taken out within beven hours after the
.-xpl s,on, thusshowing splendid man
agement. The mines will bo clear with
in tea day, and it wil! take 150 carloads
A i late and rock to clear the first
I omij in Hi Myxtm Kier.
Boski.v, Jan. 12. The body ot Miss
Licnu Davis was found in tho Mystic
river near the Middlesex avenue bridge
in Medford. Miss Davis left her home
in Everett on tho night of December 2 1,
says to her mother that she was going
out to be married to Junits A. Trefelhen
whom she accused of betraying her, and
would be back iu an hour, since which
l due she has not been seen. An
autopsy will be held tomorrow. Tre
feiheu was arr, sted, but denied having
any tippuintm.iit with the girl, or any
kno.ue'lgt! of l.er whereabouts.
Tuik-idi t'.irtri ml, nt Kvkled.
PaIIIH. Jail. Tl Miirenim a
1 1 " VIII f-ft- I
I'ondtut iu P.,ri8 of certain Turkish
tin A' trt'ifirj Liu l.i. ... 1. . t 1
frontier under a decr.e of expulsion.
The charg,, ig that ho has been uiisrep.
feinting ihe nffair will, Bulgaria, and
other miller n;;',c'.ii . .'r,. . ...
" - 1 " ins
correspond!... I , liSi) qiliirU,r, Ui(J
uct is looked upon us a lebuke to Tur-
1 ior i;.n notiveiy esjiousing ll,0
-aus of Fr .nee iu the Chadouine affulr.
A Village lJeroyid.
Jan. 12 -The village of Ileicb.
-Toyed by fir. The inhabitant I.
their honmlesl and destitute Condition,
-.0 euiiui iug greatly.
Off rr,ii,o,.rnB1(l, l9AO0
Ule.I Monday thitth, propr,eu)rg 0,
uie Jucliaou brewerv. tuJyuA t... . xr
"-iv on the charge that dutie
amounting.ol.t.Hton Ur prodm-e)
' U"U 1WJ "fid Rot Uso
I'Bld, have ofTured t, .
- uiiipnt 112-
M in settlement l I. . '
n , wawij unu that
Ul.ec.or Q!lin w,l. recommend, "
Id occupy IndeflBi,. p.rtod, tb.
Sbelton thinks of put f
Sugar factory iiijein- 1 i
V l - --.
The Carle ton Hp rer
iican pajier. J."
Wi'cot wants better IrB
aaots it bad. ff
The soldiers' home h '
has 113 inmates. .A?
lihjoniing i soon u,
Hastings has two new
mg opvD for traffic. li
Skus k Armstrong
Doyd county Hanoer.
rwi.iiilnr . ' .
Complaint baa ben
several Kearney den.
Tho David City Mixojp,
ni' nthly instead of e-kij :
There were ninety-fiw'
South Omahn during Im!
A ec'ia! train can'.j u
fnmihes unci their K''!stg
Twenty Frmontou tin.sJ
ixing an A. O. I". W. !.j
liollf r skating u making ji,
into ti e state. Kfarrt ugj
The Xortheft Xr'.ru.ti
elation will meet at Cin&-Jj
A projwjt is on foo' to orti
stock company at Xorih f
in eewersge. it
U.V.William Walters, f
ConirreL'ational ii-Ktnr ni r
go elsewhere. 1
How a fe generatioi'tt;; 3
family. Captain Kj d :t
( f Gagi county.
1.". - ii
J. P. Hiihly of 8ui erlorp , j
ters from ensterr tnanufai-t
.n. v.r tj j,i!or.
r rt ..- .t. i
lira. r.uricK iMiirr., if
Platte county for furly ym-J
Columbus of para :-.
Seward has a "ir.e''
club" of literary li.d i . Ka&
the tint in the htate.
Superior catches five full
E'lgar. The beads i f the
rui the B. & M. hub.
Joseph B.iroch, ho l;iu
with a eon near Lilierlv 11 c.
his relativos ore anxious.
The Kearney Christian
incorporuted and Crtuhi tW, 1 J
room and dispeusary. fcv j
Thehireil man of a pjoru ,''
near Hox ilulte, looks loajit
market, pocketed the
There is rumors of the rfi 1. ; t st1,
scheme to build a brunch f t f C ""I
south from AUiuiiCa to
Two mail pouches flung lrr
at Fremont were left outa!l.fS
one was run over by a pus
scattering tho contents. ) j
A. D. Demicg of Harlan s. v
ceded in getting a rebuts d f ! j
the Elkhorn road by appM ; .
Ijoard of transportation. . v
J. F. Pillion of North I'm!;
ing au ice boat with which 1,
to attain a speed of tiveo'.!
hour on the bosom cf the P
A row in the alliance of Ci
cinct, Lincoln cou'jty huiS
numbor ot intelligent bi
swear they will never return
S. Winter, a section forra.
dr, put on his best ciytU -J
French leave because l,i ti--.
the saloons not lo s.-:i mai li -.
The Sunday school at
sent a number of Christmas a
booklets by Colonel CUin;:
foi whom the town was iiwi i
Owing to a mistaks in
Hastings, Xeb. is go'ting ap t
fame as a diamond lieM iliati
belongs lo Hasting", M'jnUi.a ,'
J.L. Odver of the
will move west
The looiiy r
Ir l.nf Plllnr Hindi. 1
gin the publication of 'M
i program Is
. l.'l, hea iki1
ranged for Jan
but of General Ph i Hear?
Iiu i.runlul n ihe Cll!
, y. .J
papers recw". -i
Used for au expert lueounuvt
amine tbe books of several c
(Icere. A. G. Brugh got tbe j. '
gan tho work Wednesday. ?,
W. O. Kinkaid of SirptiMt
shoulder six years ago by tip?
with a load of hay. Hehnule"
hay till o few dsyn ok") hMl
sized egaln and broke hit co I
He will haul pumpkins eiclu" -?
afier. " ;
Kearney boasts of two won j,,
biographies and portrait'
a volume c.lled "Women of t
tury." being sketches of Iff
The Kearney notables are M1
Swenaoa, a oottd singer, and
A. Ripley, prominent in
Tin.othy Cronin, aged eiukt?
Mm nt filial liatfl mle. II "i
haveeolrl bis farm nesr
hit son io 1883, but has recwJ,,
meot, and is now refuKed (,
clothaa b tha son. Tbe old .
oesa uited out tot that
from Oambridf to Besvsr Wi
tioued. v.v.,BK. u, ait0()B-
aod gst rsdrssa.
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