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IB REI! CLOUD CHIEF.
UN A UrMlftHKM. K4. rrr.
Mil) CLOUD, . NKllHA.SKA
Iowa College nl Urlnnotl, has over
Mm, Julia M Hunting, of Iowa, has
beta elected Vice President of ttiv Woman'
Congress, In N w Vork.
Honnc county hit reruvitrvd a Jitl
srttt a altid lKrgn K. Jour, ei-cotirily
Irrtttntrr and tiU bomlarnrn, for lift,!"),
Khrlilon U n-jotelng over tint oompto
tl.an i( Ihe Chicago, Milwaukee A rlU Paul
railroad, Uir first train arriving Oct. lilsl,
MIm Ida llnll, llflreti ynnrs of ago,
Hving four mllea casl of hnind(h, suit Itlrd
fcj strychnine, 11 few iU dnre. flhe left no
(i. H. Htover, a farmer near Indlnno
la, rtsnmlttrd atilildi1, Oct, 141, by hanging
IdmtcJt In lit ltti, financial trouble are llir
The niMt kl, led tit ('Minitll nitiir- by
adng train a ft w ! ago wa .Mien Mc
Oaln, from Wilmington, Del. Iff was Ihlmb
ealtsl t (tin time.
John Iemp, n well known dry good
Merchant of Murtatlne, tin made an aaslgn
menl for llii hrhrrlt of ht CM-dllora. AiwU,
H0,(Jt llabllltlM, J,tM),
A (termini stranger, natm-d John
It inn, bricklayer, aged alwiil KItiiim, com-
mien uicnie III Jltllloe, llrl, ), by taking
two mince of 1 hlorofofin,
Dr. (J. ( IVrry, of lln.xuport, hn
lhl In I lii- Academy of ScleniT. at Hut
llj, lit large h,iUulcl collet lion of .'to,
80 -elmena, tlir latnir of ltd ycat.
Jiuncs Hull, 11 (miner, In Howard
count), wa klllid by llghliili.g while plowing
weld few dty ago, A fi w wceka btfoic lilt
Hack were burned lijr ft flaali of lightning,
. August Hhlnchnrdt. of Cedar lliinlil.
I M Ot I, Jnth, from the effect of rut received
M quarrel with Kit. OoMnan, a barlwr, ft
ft stay Uforc, (lomtl h been held for
Charles II. Tylor, proprietor of tho
Csvilrwl Home, Dutilap, committed tilrlde
Ortobrr 9UI, jr MinotlnK lilnurlf ihrmiKli tint
M4 ltk rnvulvrr. I'mtrndrit kllMlmtlnn
in thr rUM.
A rnwitnl of nx hiimlrcil nntl fifty
WUrit U ('ffrrml for Itir nnrtt of McCmry,
to mnntf tnt jihhik DyU t HhrMttil. 'Hie
ItUtn offrr dvp huiitlrrit tint l)iU' ftlir unr
BUftdrr il ftiul flftj.
4A tow ilnyn njjo, m two yotini; nioti
wrri rtctlnc at u fniM inrii thrminh I hi. l.
bit of ICIvtra, t'lliitmi county, llirlr fttiliuaU
olllilnl, mi it our a thrown from lit limwto
Ike Brnnml wlllmurh force a to frarlutn hi
Win, Cullur, 11 iloutlNt, I'oiumltltMl
ukMn liy .hiNitlmr, ftt Cftimll, Iowa, a few
4ftyftir. IkitiirtiloitifUuliy la tiiNitrl to
karc U'rii the t-atiM'. Hit liml a Nile at Mt.
l!arr.ll, III., wli(ic Ititliiiacy wltli attik ileal,
tr lrl to riaratlin.
A fow dayn nlni'0 it two juiir 0I1I ohlhl
f (i. Van .re, of lllark Oak town.lili, Malta,
kftwnnty, inctlla ilrathtiy alllhiK tlowit In a
Ubof IniIIIiik wntrr. Th llttln oun lliifi'rti
Hffhl or ten hour, Imt fmui tin) tint kvp nut
Ibc allKhtcat tnitUatloo of ian.
. V, TitrKOitH, of Admit county, hit
iwtr WW licittl of tiK'k ami lattcnlnt; tattle,
Mil 000 Itcail of Iiok. Till year lot ha ralinl
about '.MV000 liuihtl of corn, ami If mitlilint
gtwaamlM he lll hurt' f IO,(itW worth of rattle
ml liop to win! tn inatkcl In the itlmt.
Tim WoMorii lowu 'IVitutiorit AxNoot
aUon will W ttrlil at Ilctter, Iowa, on Friday
cTcnlnK, Nor. rt, ami Hatui.lay, Nov, 7. All
Ifftriirr are Invllnt to atlcm!. Teaehera lto
tntecil to W iircartit will nlraae notify Ira 1i
llK. t Oexter, of Ui time of their anltal.
WllllKtit UaimiKir, 1 jonrn tif ttjjo,
on of Dr. lUmtnrr, of l)c Mlne kllleil
y train runtilnir ovir lilm at Colfax, on tlm
tornluK of tktotr VKVI, He wa hrakeuan
mi the train, and at the time of tliu aix-ldem
waa In the act of coiiiIhk the engine to the
IKttig (Jootlitlo, nrrttitti'il tit Atliintlo.
aaotiof the Ocadwood ndiWrt under a te
juUttlon of (loteruor Clear, chhmI from llm
tuaUxIr of the oltlcera, b.v Jtimiti)r fiom the
trln at. lmc Tree, Ndraka, on the way lo
Dcadwood. At latct aivounta he wa ttll al
John M. l)vl, lt'itity Hogintor of
thfl ftate Und Oninv, I tholdrM8tatiMttUcr
in continuou etlre. He went to Do Molnrn
In U10 Btatn Jcrvlw when the Clll wa rv
MkOTrit thim l.ltttt lllw ...! L.. 1. .. .1.
fl " -.-". ..rM V..J ! " ITTII llHTCrV
i-alncecxcft dining a few month while h
1 Wftkat WahlnKton,
'' 4Thu pn'svnt mtttio of tlto D0.1 Mohtos
nrr u 1110 inuiui It ha hid Mm-e lt illC0T
try liy Uiowhltei, The Alcanquln calhM It
"Moliijrutiftn," thoSlous "KalnliawahpAtali,
Cbarlcwli dutdnM It "MolnKoua," ami a act
Uewrntof Monk I aald to have (thru It It
preacnt name. The Sioux aHlUtlon mean
Kcl 8loue lUvcr."
A fow dH anc it farinur hnoociiml
to aotlce a tltiRular looking twite pniJecluiK
frow the Unk of Middle river, ncr Hummer.
c. iivti iRauiiK ihi! matter f urthr r he found
that tbo formfttlou wa a jaw Ih of a made.
ooor omo other nlmaJ of the early age.
Aa mm a the Jaw waa nhumcd and cxoomU
to the atr, It crumbled m piece, all but one
ThouiM llrown ami William Mon,
Urww, UvlnK In Join county, two miles
WfMol MontUclhs quarrelled atH.ut luiiku
b. VronU led to bluw. .,,... ,.,.. n,
U4 dubaud t,uck )4or.ou the bead,
--.-... HU RlmuK blm ,Ulllw
Brown U In jail. Tlie dlfflculiy ro.e from
Bwwn'i htig. getllnK' tuto Morw'a cvirnfleld
d dolnK ome danugr, for which th.y Mm
hut up to ajinmulcotwe paid.
A curt answer ha twoTilj-w.
How to productt tt tililnjj cflictCtnn.
MUDlcatu u fccorvt to h wonmu,
Wheil MWallnwa Hv I.... Tt-"
J " nvi iVIIllilPr
ki -. V:r "' . w0w puwuo In their
ZJJg ' region 01 mo atmo.
HMtop Hori'ran illrd at CoIiiihIiii'.
A plnliiloK mill In llnchnntl hurnii!
(e l Zfnd. ! Il3,ui.
Ditroll Pinning Mill wrro pnrtlnlly
burtie.1, fVt vn U, ,"i.
Tin' box fnt'loryof ItafTrrty AColllnn,
at Mllford, M , Inirneil October -Mil. t,
A cotton fnolory At Clmltfttiooit wn
burned Oct 17th, Ihm, .rk,J0; Inmramr,
Thu liariklti liotiMiof Clalmuli. Nrl
M:n A ("o,, llaltliriorr, h tiH-ii.t'd, and made
an ftMlgrirnriit for the Iwniflt of It creditor.
Hitow to tlm icitlt of nlno Itnlma full
In the mulliwettern ufi of Ontario mi the
nl(lit of et. a;Ui, il'itn )rrrt iltnifttf to
frul and other lee
Snow full In Wmlrni MlMonrl, lown,
ami In different i.lare In Katma, (M.Utth,
ald lo Ni the rarlleit fall In MUourl and
Ktialn lilern jrar
Tint llrat thrntifflt ulropor from St.
ImiI for New Oilrtii, tfncit Ihn yellow fever
wa declared epidemic, left the former r lly no
the itlxhl of 0( litber Ullh.
II. (ItililmnnACo.'M nllijifi- fui'tor) nl
Milwaukee wat denlroyrd tiy life the morultiK
of Oct. Willi. a, T,(. Theie wefr 7ft
men and women employed In tbe faiio-y
Kylvimtor I. Smltli Inn (flvon tin In
ilrinnlfyliiK Umd for a quarter of inllllon dol
lt . inciter of the KaliMa I'arlflc; railroad,
ami win lair rliarve of Hie road Novrmlier
llov. N. W. Unllnj(lior, of Kt I'at
rlik'a t'liurih, t'olumhm, Ohio, h l"ii p.
luliil by AnliliMiop I'urcell, AdrulnlMinlor
of the IHocene of tVliimbti, vice K"mii,
Tim nohoonor Unnlnl l.yon, vnliinl t
tlA,MW, wllh a carifo of whral, wa unk In
l.akn MlrhlKan, tiy a collltloti with the kIiih.ii
rr Katla (llllctti Oilolrt-r Iftlli, The cawi wa
Tim Toll-no Mnniifiuitiirln Compiiny,
at U'etlmlntter, Carroll rounly, Mil., which
madeftu aMlKnment, rillmalr the llnMlltle
al IXI,X). Tim aMeta will f.K.t lip lll'.,()
atNivr the llatilllllea.
Tim holler of tlm Olijr,n fork-linm.lo
woik. at Home, Ahlabula county, Ohio, r
phMed Orl. '.'ft, Intianily killing the engineer,
ami erlmily IiiJuiIiik two oilnr men. The
factory wa totally dclriicd.
Uliltml Hlntoi troojia i-itituti!i l.'iU of
llm runaway Cheyenura and INI bead of itook
In the Hand lllll, alMiut 71) mllea from Uhey.
rntie, a few day airo. The Indian were dis
mounted and taken to Camp Itohlnion under
Tlm mmh nntl I1II111I fnotory ami tuttt
bcr yard of Ihe Hletfa Kluiim Co, al Uhlio,
California, buinnl Ocl. 'lh. The lire cainlit
from rk, from the einilmi. The h I va
rlmttly cllo-iited from a mrter lo half a
Unit Doiiiniia), ono of tho jjanj, of train
lobbera lioeM'a4'it with Mike ItourU, a few
llo. waamertttketion Ihe nluht nf Oct.
VJ.I, by IMcctlve I.IkIiI, on Ihe Knaa'a
cllloroad, Ift mllra frtun Klltwoilh, Knan,
and In Ihn trtlcle which enmird l.lttt aliot
ami killed the robin r.
AUonmy (lonornl Dovcni Iiiin ovor
nihil tlm flintier opinion of the Department of
JuMlie to the elTrct that a national bank In
nuktiiK up capital Mihjict to duly, may li r
milled to deduct Lllltid Htatea IxiiuU at till tr
face value, and now decide that they may tie.
dint the amount Inuntid In nurli bond-. mil
only their face table, but the pnmluut added.
It I aald by umo of IbnTreanury nillrUN tint
Ihiaeilet'Ulou may rtopen Mime ,Vl,tXVci
ineiita made tiy the Treamircr lnce tlm ummk
of the Nalluual ll.nk ait, and iMiildcrable
money will be requited lo teftind erronenu
MtcMiiietita collectcil fnmt tlm tnk under
the prevlmt rtillm;.
I'nivuat, tlm mnrileror of tlm Viu'oU'l
family at Vincenne, bunu hlmelf lit tall,
At Cookalliu', Vorntont, Mr. I.t'innml,
proprietor of Learned' Hotel, w thoi ,ed
by a trump w bom he refined a drink of wlil.
ky, October Utlh.
ThvHiloru Allfii, itiilioli'il liy tlto jrnntl
Jutf fiirllipnttinlerof detictlve Kdnard Ma!,
lory, In Now York, a few ilj ago, ha lcui
committed to tlmTomtm wlthoul ball.
Tlm Jury In llm oiimi of riutrlon Mc
tllll, at Cleielaud, Ohio, on trial, ha ruiderol
a verdict of muidtr In the tlrl ilcKrvc Mo
Dill tuituleiisl Mary Kelly, lit utlMtra, hi
hotioo of III fame, icvrral imutlha agvt,
lUulinnl T, Ictnu w lmnil tit Hnr
ilwrnvllle, Mo., October !Ui, tw the mttnlrr
of llemkrMiu ft. Clatk. He admitted the kill
ltir, and warned every UMy aKaluil wioiik
iloliiC and carryltic com-calcd wcajmti,
Chnrlt'K W, rontoy, tt former policy
clerk of a life Ituurancu company of New
York, ha Ucn itimmlltol to Jail In drfatitt of
W),Ut ill, mi a charp! of iximpllctty In the
Irtl.Wu forpry on the Union Tnttt tVmpany.
Chttrlivt II. Henttwell, tlm oomlttctor
whoUchaivel with having eaumil theaccl
dent at WallaMon, on the Old Colony Halb
road, near IKuton, ha been adjudged Kullty
of iuanlauhtcr, and held In tlO,OU) for trial
Henry W. Tyler, t well known tlt.
prrado of Parkentiurv, Vet VlrsluU, hot
ami killed hi wife, CVI, S4th, and thru put a
bullet through hi own bed,djlnic few min
ute after. He li uppod to have ecu under
the Influence- of liquor at thv time.
Savvrnl liunilretl ttnpaUl Inborent ttl
Sullivan, Ind., whohavo tea working on a
tiitniw cuge rtllroad, cUluinl their managir
had aliindcd, and en the iMih. of (K'toWr,
culetcd the town and made threat of ran.
nicking It, The cltltrtia fid them during the
Thu Mcruhanta' U:vuk o St. V'Attl U
a heavy lower by tho defalcation of Charlea P.
K'.hibtgv'. 80 far a leartietl bo took with him
.'t0rt)on the Ntw Yotk Kxvliange, of which
tl.VVU waa Wiuol by the Merchant', and
.Vt,00u by the Mlunratxilla bauk but paid
for wllh ccrtlrtcd checks ou the MervhauU.'
(ii tho morning of Out. V7tli, tlm
Mtrtliattan Having lltnk. S' York, w rri
Urd by bilrgtar, who capturnl and html
tufle.1 the jtrtltor t'nd'f threat of tnitmt
ilh lny fortril him lo inril tb evmlif na
tion of lb fe nd d'lltf r up the k) of the
bank 1by rtBfd the mNi of a Urge ani'rtinl
of rnoM-y, a twenty tin Nitt wr fmind mi
Ihe floor quite empty. S ltr dlttth ij
the robbery amount"! to H,7ft7,W, of which
I J, ft ft,ll) were crurltlr rgltrre. In the
narnenf lb Irialllullon and not negotiable ,
ftH.) made p) able to It, and ITXOl) are
Incmp'in bond, and lll,Mf In rath Mill
later development Indicate that thu moil nt
taken may lx more than f.1,(M),t), a Ihe
nrnlriilaof a nnmlier of tin liierntalrilrig
gold rolu and gomunriil UrfnU, with which
the tlde of the Vault were lined, hate dl-
prjfr.J, At llcl arcounta no arret! hid
been made. It I lal-l to tin the rule fur Jani
tor of bank building In New York to have
the rimillrialloii of vaull.
'llm following Ih nn ncrciunt of tlm
murder of John D. Varrlel, I U wife and twit
on, two mile Miuth of Vincenne, r , ()c
lober 'Jtth Pierre l'rooi, ho lived with
them ft farm ham), gave ihe alarm Ot the
urantt neighbor, aloitit half a mlln away, hav
ing come lo Ibeni In hi night clothe, raying
lit broken Kngllih, "They bad a b- II of a time
ovr r at Varelet " t)u going lo the home the
nrlghbor fiiund two ori, aged ! and In, In
led, the father l)lng In the doorway ef the ad
JMning rrxim, and In the next room (be mold
tr. In her Ik-iI, all dead and cold. The deed
badevldenlly been done with anaie, the h em I
and throat of tlm victim being githedaud
cut liy uii weaion, 'I'-o or three bloody
atr wrte fotilid ProviMt It limb r arrrtt,aml
ran give no tifartory act ounl of the affair.
Hit rlalmalo have alit been attacked by the
murderer and to have em-eil, but till U al
ready proven lo l untrue. Clrvtimitanre
are entirely agilnl him. Threat of lynching
do not teem lo dltiirb him, and hn preaerve
atonlhlug omiure amid Ihe excitement
Tlm Stiltnn haa algntii nntl ilollvorcd
lo Ihe lltlllah MltllHiT Hie liiiNllrleil htmu for
reform In Ala Minor,
Tlm Snllnn Inta itppnuml tho inoilllU
eallnn nude tiy the Porle In the llrllUll
M-heme of reform for Aula Minor.
Tho llrltlah Mlnlxtornimrifftlunllv In
lt upon the eiecutlouof the lonvcntlon Im"
tween the forte ami Knglaud alillhig the
rale and linmirUtlnn of tlave. l.avard tr.
Iliamlathelreeitomof Ihedavro, who recently
iook rciuge 41 in nriiKti rontiilale.
Iiitolllgont'o h.1.1 lu'i'ii ri'fol vml from
tlm liiiklih frontier province, that Ihe Alba
tilau league, muMelllig l(W,taHlroiiibalaiiU, haa
tr.ole. to rell, to the death, the cc.loti of
territory demamli d by tlrcne. It tated that
the rtcrvlan army will Immedlalely be reduced
to a peace footing.
In reply to tho Inquiry whether l'rltieo
Ubannff w atithorUed to Inform Ihe Porte '
that ihe evacuation of Turkl.lt territory ib
ciided iihiii the prevlmi ratlllcatlou of tlm
iippleinaiilary treaty, the HumUu governiiienl
ilenlnl that It authorlicd any threat Involving
the ratification of the treaty of llrrlln, and re
pealed the prevlotia aMiirancethat It propoe
lo evacuate llm occtipleil territory lu accord,
aiiec with the proiMooaof that treaty,
Tlm now rolmlllnn moiiHi of tlm Itul
knj giving the Purte trouble. The Inlet
new In regard to thedevelupuunt of the llul
gaitau rlliig I dUqulttlng. The limirrectlou
appear to have ucceMfuy realtted thu Mrl
attempt at forcible auppirlon, and ll I rap
Idly ixtcitdliig Tlm limurgenu are now ml
vanrliig on irc. On Ohcthond omu lml.
tmllildiul baud have lately been defeated.
Tlm Mohammedan element I rMiig on nil
a.df to awlit the Porte, ami a coridderablo
force ha Imiii dUpalchcd from tUhmlca to the
In urgent territory. TI10 object of .tie uprl.
Ing I uudoutitedly to rcalUe the bleu of llul
gar la Caching to the .Kgean ,t,., lu accord
unco with llm treaty of 811 tflcfano. It h,
therefore, more than a local lgultlc4iuv, ami
louche a quct!on of undimbtiHlly Kiimpcan
Tin ihi ntoro Soelnllnt tiiotoolntlotn In
the DUtrlcl of Zwickau have been Mipprccd.
Tlm polleo utitliorltlo. In Heeonliineo
wIlhlliDprovUhiiiiof the SocUlNt lor, have
puhlUhed a notice prohibiting the elrcuNtioit
of 5KI vaie", Including twu publUtuil In Chi
cago, aid the Itcrlln Frr J'rt;
The (AVmf (fii:cfitiinitoiiiiotlitii In
puritiaiien of the pmvUlonaof tin eN-Ullt
lau one aaiiK'tfttloti ha teen ctooil In Ikidi'ii,
two In llriiuawlck, four lu Vrtphlta and tiro
ln4XiHiy. The publication A one &vUIIt
iicp4nr ba bHn prohlblteil lit Mecklen
burg, one lu lUdcii and two In gaxony.
Sever tl (ierntun Hocltttist ttewjnii
cm anticipating iipenlnti announce ihelr
dluMtttlnuAticc, and at the muic time adviir
lle the uppeirmco of new JouruaU tiy Ihe
pitblliher. The Verwort, a particularly vio
lent organ hiiihiuuco the ejv-ly appearance
ot a paper U 1h named the Itefortn Jmitna),
to t devoted to Ihe general Interc! of the
people, The iMltor of the Kuikl Pravada ha
rreelwd hla ttrt warning for priming a Utter
to tleticral Dreutll, the ncwlappolutctl Chief
otStfcrvl IVtllce, exhorting him to deal lent
Hilly with political otTeude ra. The Hole hi
rccelKd Ha ltrt warning, and ll leim the
atrwt ha been tuapctiliM for attacking Ihe
Ortman autl tHX-Ullnt Jaw. ThvTMii lit,
which appeared In place of the "llei liner Frcle
Wc," ha been coutlacAtcd ami It further
Tho ilntiingo liy lnuiittnttoti on tho
Damlella bwerb of the Nile, U Mllmilrd at
e3,!kUi. T o bundrcl and titty Uvea were
but- Tlm govrnnuctit t aecurcd ot iicgiectlug j
an irevauiuui agaiuii aucn a cAiamtty.
A tlhpateh from Alovuulrln, of Oott
lcr'.Mth, aayti The Inundation rv. the Dv
inlclta branch of the Nile Uadranitng, It
now eoicr ISO rqutre mile. Twvnly vblagca
haveNvntubmrrgcd, ami fruit tV) to l,tVX)
llvi a loai,
A ilNputoh from Simla states that thu
movement of the Prolan troop are'rvported
In the dlrcclloo of th Afhia frootler, which
wtilprtivvut the Ameer from will drawing the
tiuop frvn Herrat to rrlnforce Candhar, A
Simla corropotidv-tit dcnlc the revtt of
backw aidi c In the preparation for wwr. He
later that a valuable coutlngvut of live thou-
rl men lua ten btaJnl fram the native
I l(i L11t.
St'v are bolnf taken In I"rnloti, v
j organic a relli f fund for tbe iharehofder In
j the l)lg Hank, which re.enUy failed. The
' Iron rnaiUr In th m th of Kr.gttixl have de
rided to reduce wt;e file per lent, (nl the .ink
Tlm pint of rottoti gooil In I.anea-
hlle l lmply unprrredrnlfd At Preatoo,
Mrnmo' mill, with .'it.Uilrplrdlea, and Miar
pie' mill, with KX,Un, have rraw-d running.
llorToeka, Mllra A Co , Wit beat known Orm In
tbe North of Krgland, hve adopted mexrirr
to rutrlet priMlurllon In tl.elr m.ll.
The. ai'lkn of tho Cljiln Iruiiworkera
ha rMnmenrrtl. The engineer' .lety, iiuni
be ring three hurxlre I men, have a)o reaolved
ittlke If the reduction of we t enfore
ed. Ttia firm of John l-Jdrr .V Co. have de
rided to dlchrge I, 'JJ of their hind. They
employ 4,(H mm,
A ilUpntuli aya tho Spnnlah giivorn
inenl ba received dlapatchea from Mooco
tallng that the rUlllatl la illard to acconl
full atletttlon to the representation of r pain,
ami all probability of wart now eonddrrril
.limn Motmtval, who attoiiiili"l 'o kill
Ktoir Alfonx), b l-en arralgnrit. Wbn jW
ed, "What wa your otiect on leavl g jour
home mi the Mrdllrr'aneau and uinilng lo Ihe
capital I'' he replied di-flantly, ' I carne here to
kill the King," Mooeaal wa then returned lo
hi rell, The counacl of the mllilalrra had a
protractrd lon, ami reportril that the King
bad reqiiealrd that Morrl Ihi not cieculed,
but ImpilMined for a term nf year. Te Deurr.a
have len ce'ebrati-d In the cathedral and the
churrhe of the city t'lmtfrJtulatnry lele
gram hute Ua-ri n reived frmiill part of the
A Mnilriil ilUji.ttch of Oetolier '-'till
ay A the King wa driving through atrert
known a C'ulli Mayor, thla evening, a man lo
a blnue tired a platol at Mm. Hie King waa
not touched, and continued 00 hi wa) lo the
palace amid the arclamatloii of the crowd,
The man waa Immediately aeUed by the mil
dlera and taken to prlaou, The would- e
lti t named Juan Moncaal; he la twenty
three year old, ft cooj-r by trade, and a na
tive of Kcrragnn. He b mnmberof Die In
ernatlonal aoelety, and hi crime premub
Hated. Hn arrived In Madrid (KtoJier WHh
Mencaal wa rcued with .lltllculty from oine
women who wlahed 10 lytic1! him. All foreign
mlnlaler ami diplom.it In Madrid have con
gratulated the king on bl ecpe A wilctnti
Te Ileum will beating tomorrow. Tbe Judklal
proceeding Hgitliot Mnndl hac a'ready
Count AntlraaiyN reply to the l'orto'n
circular couatata entirely of the refutation of
the ehargra of cruelly gnt the Allatrlun
army lu tlte occupation of lloanla, and In com
parlaoti ot the prcM-nt occupation with Oaman
Paaha'a Itivjalnii In K.'J. The b Iter I-, gener
ally, moderate lu tone, Imt conclmtr with a
Mroug refutation of what It tyle im1Iou cab
tiumle ngalnat the army, It a!w atatra the
AlMtro'lltlligarlail ambaaador at Coualatttl.
nople ba been directed to notify the Porle of
the bad effect which Ihn charge cannot fall to
produce In AtiatrU and Hunguiy.
SuhouviihiiT will Mttoetieil (iorNohu
kdff a Hiiaalan Prince Mlnlatrr, on aciount of
the latter'aprecarloli health. 'I he tale of the
(7co. newapaer hi been prebibltcd.
Tint leiiil-olllelnl Journal ilc St,
trrtbura, commenting on the reference to tho
Afghan queatlon In fir WtatTi.rd Norihcote'
recent pecchc, iiya; "If (licat llrllaln l
ntmliig al the exlrnak 11 of her frontier In Ala,
an attempt to carry out audi a policy might
eaally lead to aerlotl complication."
Tlm imwia from iltilgtirhi N nlarmlng.
The notable ate oruattUIng a movement for
the eitcrmlnalloti ot the Mohamtmilana, The
HiMiUna encourage thu movement tiy procur
ing arm. A great struggle I likely to take
place during the winter.
Another rNIng hai taken place at
Aiua, In favor of den. Ilali, for Prcaldint.
(li-n. (luellerlmo la marching 011 Atua. Ad
vice from Haiita Crux rcprcaenl the condition
of affalraon the IaUud !nce the Inrurrecllou,
ahoclcM, About Hi) uegrtu' have tuvn ex
ccuted, but the tiuurrcclloiury rplrlt n-malua
alive, tit. ThomM bat loat over II."0,IXM by
the Insurrection, while :i,CXX),(U would not
cover the damage done in 8anta Crtu.
Canlhtal Cttllen, Archbishop of Dub
lin, I dead. ,
If William Mooro, who locateil on
the alte of Port Calhoun, Washington county,
Neb., over HI year ago, died Sept. 7th, ls7S,
U Hickory county, Mo. He la remembcrcl
by many old acttleraof Wahlngtonand Doug,
la rtmiitlc. Hnwaaa member of the Indi
ana legUlatlire thirty year ago.
Several tinfutiinteil reports of Indian
depreilatlon in Nebnoka have U'cn publltheil
Inw iho Cheyenne paiwcil north along the
Colorado. The Adjutant Oeneral of the State
vialUd the western prt of Nebraska, and tele
graph llov. (larber that no hostile Indian ate
wl.hltt l.V) mllea of Lincoln. The only depre
datkni committed waa the running off of forty
ponlca from Mr. Wilson' ranrho In Dundy
Tliero nru n'purtu f iKvttructtvo prai
rie arc In various part of the State, destroy
ing grain, fences, honce, machinery, and In
some case live stock, cauleg suveral bun
dred thousand dolWr ha, A Urge number
of (wop! h4ie tan rrudcml homele-, sever
al llvi a lost, ami numcrou pcrHius Injured.
Near Kearney a Are ha been ragtns, and at
one time the town wasln Immlnint il.ugerot
destruction. A large a mount of farm property
alc-n the line ot the Omaha . Uepublcn
Valley road waa detroyel. In ltutler county
oun wr4un lost hvr life. lu Platte county,
tout MlddlcUm wa burneil to death, and
tiro. W. tchae ffer and Mr. Jacob badly In
jured. In Howard and Valley counties, there
l terrlMo h of prvipcrty, en man huruul to
death and ret era 1 injured. In the north cut
part ot the State, ispecUllr tu Wayne, Itcrc
and Kuot counttra, tho fire hare ben de
tructtve, Tnrre rniui and me cbltd lot
their lives lu that rrgWn, In NuekoP county
John ltnxu and Maria Cruder were probably
fatally burned. In Clay. Webater, Madirn
and Ikfonv earttnttrs, the damage kaJ Iihbk
km. There I also great deitrurtion In Polk
HKfcAT HTUKN IS TIIK KAMT.
IrrvastaUoB t I'hlUlelphl ami Other
Tlie Kat wa vUlteil hyn er atortn
on the h ght of October Yirxl It !gtnatd
lu Um) (lulf of MmIco, The velocity of tlte-
wind was ,V) mlta an hfXir Nmt of (Is effect
may bai seen by telegraphic report fonn dif
ferent point At rVrantim, fa., t-ulldlugt
were dlamntlrl. tree unted, ami roof
blown off. Ilrrat danisge aa done to the
nr'glib.irh.I of Wllkeabarre At White
Haten several pervm were Injun d. The gale
In llrooklyn wa vt ry evre atxl rooddcrable
damage wa done (Ireat havoc waa made
with tbe bathing houc ami rmall thanlle at
Coney Island Ingcrman' ller, near Ihe
llilthtoa llcarh Hotel, wa swept away, caus
ing a loa of $"VI,oV), The largt depot of the
teallrarli lUllway U uudermlnel by tbe sea,
and It 1 feared that It will go to piece The
dorm at Umg (Irani h Inflicted much damage
In Philadelphia Incalculable damage wa
done by Ihe wind, Not lu many years, If ever
liefnre, balkereUn so in tic h damage done
In the streets, public squares and along the
river fronts. Many public s. hool bultdlngs
are damigol, and public Mi'lare drvj.tati.l.
Orer forty rhurihr of all denomination,
are more or lea damaged by demolition of tbe
alieplea, etc , aeveralof whit h are expected to
f all lu al any moment Walnut Mreet Pit by
tcrlari Cliurrh la badly damaged. The spire,
which one hundred and eighty feet high, was
bbtwri down, and In It fall struck the nf of
ailwelllng and very badly damaged It, In Its
fall a portion of the churih nof came with It,
and the vtatlhiile of Ihe church and the organ
1'ift were filled with the debris. The organ I
timplett-l) demolished. The damtgn to thl
church I thirty live Ihouaand dollar. Tbe
teeple of llm Klrat lUptlat Church, Thirty
alxlh ud Cbetnut rreta, one hundml and
evinty feet high, wa blown down, the bell
falling Into the street- damage, .K),uu. The
spire of the Kmanuel Herman Lutheran
Churih, Fourth and Car,eiiter streets, two
hundred and twenty two feet high, wat also
blown down. A great many market house
ml patartigcr railway deta have been badly
damaged, and hundred of dwellings, chli tl)
In Ihunorthwrdc.rti ettloo (f Hit) city, were
UliiHiofed, some of them Mng entirely demo.
Ished. The abed for departing trains at the
Petitiayllalila railway depot, III Weat Pldladel.
phla, wasentlrely dcmolldicd, Involving a lo
of between to,() and .VI,UW. The factory
of Kltigersld, rtiruerof Columbia avenue and
American streetl, had the entire nxif carried
t,IT. The whole eaateru end of tbe Twelfth
and Sixteenth direct Pavenger Hallway depot
la levelled to the ground. Shoemaker' plam
forte factory, on K!c tenth and Catherine
treets, lailaitMgeil to the ettertt of f,OUl.
The knitting mills of Aaron June. A Umi,
(ieiinautowii, wa unroofed. Tlie building
also caught lire, uud n panic eustlid among
the operatives. Lo, ,J0,UI. The Urge i!
ki of the Phllaili lphla, Wilmington ml 1I..1
llinoie railroad, nl Wellington Atenue
Wharf, was ritltucd to ruin, and the tViuth
Side Pi-iiiityltaiila (iralli Klcvator waa blown
In. Tbe two western span of the Fall of
Schuylkill llrldge, on the Heading It. It., fell
Into the liter and alopped all travel In thai
direction. Along tl.e Delaware river front no
lesit than twenty warehouse are without
roofs, ami the wafr la t mining Into the attire
on the Kaat Side, doing grcnt lUmage. It I
estimated that at least llfly store hnust along
the wharves were blown from their fastening
and grcnt qtiaitt.tlea of gooda Honied off with
tbe tide. The Heading railroad feny house
ami dip aUive South street, were Oemollshtd.
-The tldu w the highest known for V7 year.
Si-verat fatal casiultlrs aru reiirled. Hough
ly tstlmated, tne Injurxd will number 7ft. In
Camden the dorm wa very severe, causing
great damage to pioj-erty. Paaeugera who
came up 011 Iho Weat Jery lUllnwd state,
In Hint locality, numerous Paru were destroy
ed, cattle killed, fences blown down, while Uh
nxited trcta were scattered In all direction Ik
tween Pemberton and the Junction of that rtd
with the Camden ,t Amboj rallnud. The storm
played rail havoc with dwellings, ham, rtc,
The nallplale mill of the PotUtown Iron Co.,
w blown down; lofioW. Madison bridge
spanning the rv huylklll Hirer, w as almoateom
pletcly destroy iil; los rtt,tXW. J Mlntle
Klthrr' tteam planing mill were damaged to
the extent of several thousand dollars, many
private dwelling were unroofed, and two
cnurchc lot their spires. tlcorseW Iteagan
wa burled under some fallen shed and In
lantly killed. At Norrldown. l'a the Pre,
tiyterlan and Mcthodlat churches, the Itendlng
railroad depot, Kartium'a mill, and many
smaller itrtirture eoii-ldcrably ihinaged,
Stemnier'a Oil Heflnery, same ylace, I a total
wreck. At Doyliatown, the steeple of the
Catholic chcrch wav blown to the ground, a
wa alio a portion of the Heformnl church.
The new court house waa damaged and nu
merous smaller bultdlnga were unroofed In all
direction. (Urns, trees, fence, and grain
stacks In that vicinity were literally blown
A 'dPqMtcli from Cheater, Pa., say 1 the. toruf
waa the levrrvst that ever vlsltr d that section.
The destruction I greater than evrr Nfnre
known; 70 dwelling and lore are unroofed,
19 being blown down altogether; three church
e were partially destioye.1, and 11 manufac
turing place so much damaged that work will
have to tie suapended for a while. The tide
rose to a great hetght and washed out manv
manufacturing places. Several schonrr and
sloop were waahetl ashore, and dve canal boats
loaded with coal, were sunk In the river.
A HIN-Fatlug Trout.
A rorreitiiontlent of Land ami W'attr
telN a well-crcilitetl story of a trout
caught In thu art of swallowing .1 spar
row which It hail neized. Tho trout
hail been kepi for Mituetiuiu in an open
shallow well oritprlng. anil hail hecotim
very tame. I n tho well vrsa a tl at stone,
otm enl of which proleeteil alxivo the
water. Ou thl small blnU wouhl alight
to Urlnk, ami Iho villagers mispo-tol
that moro than ono of litem hail fallen
victim to thu trout' rapacity. ThU
surmlo proveil to bo correct, for one
day, while tho owner of tho well wru
nawlng with otuo frieniln, a splashing
in the water cauetl them to turn ami
look. Theru vvm tho trout stniggling
hanl to gulp hla prey. Ono of the
spectators, fearing that the tl.h wottU!
Ik) chokiM by the wing feathers thrust
his hantl Into tho water, ami caught
holJ of them. But the trout, unwilling
lo surrender any part of hi prixe, held
on reolutely, ami the feathers had t
be taken froai him by force.
of lamedlate Death from
A rrrcHindent for an exahano
Several Intanee of itlmint lnlant
death from rattleanake biteK havo come
I under mvlmineillattjnotlrtt. Mr. Thorn-
ma WllliMgham and I were driving deer
In Chriatchttrch parish, on the jMist
route? from Charleston to (leorgetown,
in lHrJO, A buck shot by my companion
fell In a kind of dry xjiid about seveoty
yards away, Ho rode in among tho un
dorbrtiah to at-curo tin game, when a
large rattlesnake struck his horveon
the Irulili) of thu legs. Tho animal
dropped dead within two minutes.
In IM7, while on duly on James In
land, In tho samu Suite, I visited the,
llalley plantation. A colored man was
stmt to tho prlug, about one littndnd
yanls distant for a pall of water. Ills
prolongetl absence caused mlnuhost to
go lu search of him. Hen-turned in n
few minutes with the Information that
tlm servant was dend. The servant
had pit within a few rod of tho homo)
un hi return by tho narrow path,
which run through tall ngo grass, whe.rt
ho was stmck liy a rattlesnake, lift
fell, apparently, when Im was bitten.
The incision made by tho fangs In tlxi
calf of tho leg were large, showing thu
Miaku to be nn old settler. Then) waw
very little swelling.
A drummer attneht-d to my company,
while on a reconnoissaiieo from (Jalm
Mills to Mechnnlcsvllle, Va., In Juuo,
IHO'.', slipni-d out of the ranks to nick
atiploa a few rods distant from thu road.
111 irum inn roau.
Ilo was shortly seen running towai
tho column holding his thumb tightly. A
wry small Incision verified his state
ment (hat ho had been bitten bv a rat
tlesnake. Although piled freely with
whiskey, he was a dead mail an hour
There I a wide difference. In tho
species of rattlesnakes. Those along
the coast of South Carolina have much
brighter colors, and are not so slender
in form vs those found in tho Interior
and mountain region. Thu samo Is
trim of tlm moccasins. No old hunter
of that Stato wouhl over allow himself
to step over a log while in pursuit or
his came. He first stops upon It, for
ho knows the fondues his snal.eshlp
has for curling itself on tlm lee side Id
a most convenient altitude for atrik-lK-
For Heller or for Worwe.
Husband and wife they were. Child
ren at homo called litem "papa" and
"Mtimmn." They were still at the ante
meridian sldo of life, but tho man nt
death's door, so to speak. His faco
was imhen of htte.liis lips pnrplo.nnd his
uyea looked like far-distnnt stars re
llected In u pool of stagnant water.
iiisurow was clammy, tils hair dank,
his poor limbs shruiik'en and his chest,
hollow. His hands nervously turned
over and "liddled" with un old army
discharge und some peaslon parent
while Im gawd nl tlm court with a
smile that wa more distressing to see
than 11 frown. Pain, angur, despair,
anil a breaking heart lurked in Ita cor
ners. "What do ou want inu to do with
your husband, Mrs. llrndioy?" asked
To soiid him to some hospital r as
nsylHinl" rejoined the wife, trim ami
neat bohlo thu .sinking man.
"Dojou want logo. Mr. HradleyP"
asked the court.
No! no! Your honor! I want the
cam ituil attenlion of thu wife I love,
und the kisses of my little chlldmn.
whom they won't let mo soel" replied
the poor fellow in wavering tones of
mingled jovo and sorrow.
How's this? Who are 'they?' "
"My mother-in-law ami my wifo'H
brother. Judge. I am a pensioner,
your Honor, and have always been a.
good husband. Haven't I, Mr. Hr.in
ner?" apperilml he to one of the clerka
sitting beside tho Judge.
"Of their family rolutmns I know
nothing, your Honor." rosiwnded
Brunnor, taking olThN gold spectacle,
"but I lmvu been acquainted with them
a long time."
"Yes, yes, Mr. Hriinnnr; you havo
often hennl my voice raised in the hotwo
of tlio Lord, haven't you, slrP" ex
claimed Hradloy. clasping Ids poor,
thin hands fervently together.
Mr. Hnmner sat down with a sl"h.
"Oh, Judge!" continued theslck iiian,
"l want my dear wife tinm.. with .,,..
nmi my natilei.my liltlu ones.'
him aside. Then tut
said tlm wlfu to
she remarked, -The doctor says io
ought to bo sent to tho hospital."
.1 "V'hon,nj 3 Hvlnp, and who Ik
"With my mother; tho doctor's namo
"Why don't vnu keep away from
your mother and brother If they make
trouble between you and your husband,
who Is so sick that he ought to bo in
lcd now Instead of boing hero, wnere
you have summonetl him? Ho docsn t
abuse you? Ni,; ,0'a almost bed-ridden.
and he loves you and his little ones."
, ,;oh,! y ,y"! My little ones.
Judge! my little ones!" gasped tho poor
"Go home, raadame, and treat him
right. He neetls your best care, ami
I've no doubt deserve It. I will not.
help anyone to shut him up in a hospit
al to please wife or mother-in-law."
The wifobowttl ,n,j left the Jetferson
Market Court with her friends, llrad
ley totteretl feebly home alone. .V. T.
Death has nothing terrible in it but
what life bath made so.
Censure is the tax a man pays the
public for being eminent.
ri:r.ij vol -,, JAi.
"Me mother w-m attlclcd a Joogtla-wmi
JaeuralgUanda dull, kearr, tnacliT, ft.
tloo of the wh. le ijatea .rt- Bet
prostratlovj, lad ma,t Ultimo No
phvstciin or medicine did br ia7irod
Three moot ha wo ste bfran louse Hop Bitters,
with such rood r fiVcl that she seeatu kn. feeS
young agiln. alinougti over W years old. W
think there (v no other medlcfue at to rut to
the faml!y."-A Udy, Prvvldence, R. L
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