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BE BED CLOUD CHIEF
A. C. NOSMEH, Wiskcr.
RED CLOUD. . - NEBRASKA.
Within a year and a half four news
papers have perished in Cincinnati, and
on the last one 250,000 had been ex
pended. The summer of 1881 in the United
States will go upon record as a rare one
eool, dry, pleasant, and healtliy in
town and country.
The galas of Virginia tobacco have
fallen off considerably during the first
even months of the present year, as
. compared with the corresponding period
A gang of burglars onStaten Island
appointed two of their number to sere
nade the inmates of a well furnished
house while the others broke in at the
Lack and robbed the premises.
TiiEXewYoik State Fish Commis
sioners report the introduction of the
Ctcrman carp to have been very success
ful. It breeds as well and thrives as
well here as in its original home.
The next reunion of the Ann' of the
Tennessee will be held at Chicago the
second Wednesday and Thursday of
September, 1885. General Sherman was
re-elected President of the organization.
President AiiTiirn has sent a valu
able gold watch and chain to Captain
Urien, commander of the Hriti.'h bark
:ntine Susan, in recognition of his con
hpicuous bravery in rescuing the ofliccrs
and crew of the American ship Tennes
see while that vessel w:is burning at sea.
Qil Koch stsited in a lecture recently
that he wus convinced that the Delta of
the Ganges was the real homo of the
cholera. Itcligious pilgrimages in In
dia greatly promoted the spread of
cholera. An improved water supply,
Dr. Koch thought, w:is the best means
of checking the disease.
Mk. Gladstone has several times
lately shown signs of physical weak
ness. About a fortnight ago he nearly
fell down in the House of Commons,
and since that time he fainted in his
private room after undergoing a severe
cross-questioning in the House on the
Sexatok Uayahd is a conspicuous
figure this summer at Rohobolh Beach,
Delaware, lie is seen daily in the surf,
where his daring feats of swimming at
tract universal attention. A rather
"natty" bathing suit, as a correspon
dent describes it, distinguishes the Sen
ator from the r"5c of the bathers.
tour comes from Grant, Herki
mer County, N. Y., of a swindle, and
worse, perpetrated on a soldier's
witlow, named Catherine Pooler. She
lately received a pension certilicate
for nine hundred and iift3'-one dollars,
which it is claimed she was induced to
assign to her uephew, one Garlock, by
fraudulent representations on the part
of himself and his mother, who have
since kidnaped her, and now keep her
The use of balloons in European war
fare dates from the last Franco-German
war. They were then chiefly employed
for the purpose of observation, signaling
and escape from beleaguered towns. A
German-American scheme of aerial war
fare has bnen under tho consideration of
the English War Oflice, in which not only
captive but free balloons are proposed
to be utilized for aggressive operations.
The inventor suggests the dropping of
explosive bombs upon an enemy from
balloons. Jn addition to this, bj' the
use of captive balloons, the whole of
the enemy's force may be observed and
Ins tactics e:isily deciphered and coun
teracted. It is understood that the forth
coming report will be favorable, cer
tainly as to the part of the scheme if
not as to the whole.
Vincent L. Bisahfokd, LL. D., who
recently died in Philadelphia, was
scvent3'-six years of age, and was grad
uated with the highest honors from the
University of Pennsylvania in 1825. He
practiced law in Michigan and. entered
the State Senate. It was he who first
proposed to abolish the law of impris
onment for debt, which was soon after
instituted in other States. Ho had a
Land in the act concerning the Kevised
Code of Michigan, the organization of
.the Penitentiary, University, and var
ious systems of internal improvements.
His business necessitated his withdrawal
from the Senate, but he afterward held
the positions of Master in Chancery and
Circuit Court Commissioner. In 1843
he returned to Philadelphia and joined
the law firm of which his father was a
Speaking of prospects in tic Comr
TAlene country, C. D. Porter, a mining
- expert, says: The first depression has all
passed away. Deeper explorations re
veal the fact that what was deemed a
shallow channel is now a deep riverbed
filled with gravel, five feet of which aext
- theibed-roek is so rich that in some cases
jive ounces have been taken oat to the
pan. Tkw channel has been located fox
.six miles, hut the mother vein, as it is
called, higher up the ravine, Mr. Porter
Tjeheves will be the richest part of that
country. Mr. Porter believes the Coeur
d'Alene region is to prove the richest
placer mining region in the world, and
, that it will be good for twenty years.
He says it has rained in that region al
most daily for five months, and That the
dense.forest would keep rain dripping
for twojhours after the showers Tiad
passed. But the boys were looking for
a spell Of clear weather now. He de
scribes the camp as most hopeful,- and
any claim which 4ias been opened! on
xagged bed-rock is paying splendidly.
THE WORLD'S DOINGS
marjr f the tHMj Hfetra.
rOI.lTICAI ASD TKRHOXAU
Major-General HorrXAX died at Rock
Island, 111., recently.
D. L. Moodt, the Evangelist, has been
engaged by the Y. M. C. A. of St. IuIs
to preach there this falL
The executive committee of the Demo
cratic State Comrnltteof New York elected
William E. Smith Chairman.
Jaxkh G. Blaine has commenced a unit
agairut the Indianapolis Stnlind lor pub-
lishing certain scandalous charges relat-
ing to his early life in Kentucky.
Caiocl, the tenor, is
to marry the
daughter of a wealthy land owner in Eig
Knxu.vn 3IcCup.ti5, brother of the pres
ent incurnltent, was elected Govrnor of the
Choctaw Nation by over two hundred ma
jority. I'atiuck EoAtf, formerly Treasurer of
the Land League in Ireland, was choen
President of the Irish National League of
America ntjx. recent convention in Uoston.
AfiiiE Fiianz Liszt has become blind at
Bay Seuthe. It is said he consume dni y
a frightful quantity of liqnornud even falls
asleep in the theater He has brofcn oir
with the Princess Wichtenstein, who has
iecome a devotee. Abbe Liszt will retire
to Weimar and end his days there.
PniNCZ ItoniATixsKV, well known in St.
Petersburg society, has been dismissed
from the command of tho Czar'd tiuard
end his name has been eraHed from the
roll of aids-de-canip. It was rumored that
the cause was that he had squandered his
entire fortune in gambling operations.
Lieutenant Gkeely admitted in an in
terview that Private Henry had been hhot.
He says that Henry wus in the habit of
stealing food and tlicy killed him to pre
serve their own lives. He buys there may
have been isolated cases of cannibalism.
Thp.ee children, Robert Wood, Louise D.
Wood and Kute Shaw, all under ten years
of age, were recently burned to death in a
barn on a farm near South Ferry, O.
J. G. Blaine spoke at a public meeting
at Maranacook, Me., on the 12th. There
was a large crowd present to hear him,
and considerable onthusitism was mani
The Rev. H. M. Collison, pastor of the
Fullorton Avenue Presbyterian Church,
Chicago, shot and killed his wife recently
and then shot himself through the head.
Ho wus in trouble with his congregation,
and it was thought his mind was unbal
anced. Black Dog hns boon elected Chief of the
Osngo Nntion, Indian Territory.
Tub other day while Robert Knight mid
William Smith were tamping in u dynn
mite enrtridgo for blasting purposes nt
Granite Falls, Minn., it exploded pn-mii-turely,
killing the former and serioiihly if
not fatally injuring the latter.
AGitANDllAi'iis& Indiana freight train
ran over a man at Salt Lake, iligh., re
cently, killing him. Subsequently he was
identified ns Lewis Youmans, of Onkfield,
Mich. He was lying between tho rails, evi
Miss Gektkude T. Boomeu, who i ad
l)een n teacher in tho village school at
Philn, 111., for several years, recently com
mitted suicide by saturating her clothing
with kerosene and setting herself on fire.
A niOT occurred recently at lown City,
Iowa, over some liquor prosecutions. A
mob captured the prosecuting attorney
and tnrred and feathered him and nearly
killed tho prosecuting witness. Tho butter
citizens rallied and organized u specinl po
lice to preserve tho peace.
The Duko of Wellington, son of tho hero
of Waterloo, died suddenly at Brighton,
Eng., on the loth.
Dukino n sevoro storm in England and
Scotland recently, several persons were
killed by lightning, among tho number
Earl Lauderdale, who was overtaken by a
storm while out riding.
A London journal says the child of the
Duchess of Albnny (widow of Prince Leo
pold) is so delicate that it can hardly be
expected to live.
The schema to shut down pig-iron fur
naces was likely to become general, in
which event tho coko ovens will also close,
the demand for coko coming principally
for its use in pig-iron works.
The Salvntiou Army was mobbed nt
Toronto tho other night and pelted with
A Philadelphia company struck nn
other heavy gns vein recently nt Home
wood, Pa., inside the citj' limits.
A wnESTLlNO match between Delnms
and Cannon, nt San Francisco the other
day, consumed three hours ou tho third
round, and was declared a draw by the
The schedule of Joreminh Steebman, in
solvent commission merchant of New York,
show liabilities, Sm.OOO; nominal assets,
$5S,O0O; actual assets, $10,000.
Schedules of the insolvent jewelry firm
of Goodman & Rosenberger, of New York,
show liabilities, 10J,000; nominal assets,
07,000: actual assets, 5-14,O0J.
Austria was recently excited over cer
tain mysterious and heavy mail robberies.
News comes from Madrid that Marshal
Serrano was dying at Biarritz.
The town of North East, near Erie, Pa.,
was destroyed by fire recently. The loss
amounted to $200,000.
At Wnusau, Wis., n son of Rev. F. Kern,
fifteen years old, was drowned in the Wis
consin River tho other day while bathing
Michael McDonald, engineer in n box
mill at Milford, Mass., caught his sleeve in
the scrowof a shaft, and for some time was
whirled nt the rate of four hundred revolu
tions per minute. Every stitch of clothing
was torn from his body, but when he fell to
tho floor ho was absolutely uninjured.
Two hundred unions, forming tho Cigar
Makers' International Union, have agreed
to loan each one hundred dollars as the
nucleus of a co-operative factory in Cincin
A number of bank presidents have writ
ten to the Postmaster-General asking him
to exclude the Thompson's Hunk Sbte and
CommcrcialJieporter from the mails. As
sistant Attorney General Freeman said the
Postmaster General has no po.ver to pro
tect bankers from this sheet.
Lteutenaxt Greelt has asked for an
inquiry into the execution of Private
Henry for stealing provisions from the
Arctic party on the C.h of last June.
The body of Lieutenant Kislingbury, of
the Greely Arctic expeditiou, was exhumed
the other day. The remains showed that
the fleshy parts had been abstracted, cor
roborating the charges that tho survivors
hd been addicted to cannibalism.
The Bank of Montreal has been advised
of Jtae departure from London of Samuel
MbtMgue, Rabbi Archer and Benjamin L.
Ccheu, who intend to explore the north
west territories of Canada to find homes
for coloaies of Russian Hebrews.
A further suspension of the window
glass factories at Pittsburgh was probable.
Govkrxok Murray, of Utah, has tele
graphed to tSe Indian Department that
the Indiana arooir the war path in Colorado
and Utah, and asks that troops be sent to
protect the whites.
IfoTiCK has been eiven to citizens of I
Alsace and Lorraine that a pilgrimage to '
Loinflci tlite aeasoft will subject; tbem to
quarantine oa their retarn.
The jailer at Gainesville, Ark., find that
one of his prisoaer, held for a minor of
feme, is Lore Sullivan, who cheated the
pillows in JSJO by breaking jail the night
before he was to be executed.
The Chief Signal Officer has secured con
sent tor the Postmaster General to boUt
the cold-vrave fliRon xot-offlee buildiugs
througliout the country to signal for the
fc.uub..uu u v-....j ?- -v
lneflt of farmers an.1 others the approach
of coM waves. The flag is white ith black
Thk French Congress i now- engaged in
reviiting the constitution. It related an
nmendinent providing for the choice of
, fvnntorn by universal suffrage.
At Elkhart, Ind., recently, Mrs. F. Shaf -
fcr and Mr. Andrew Swinehari were killed
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wiiiic urittiii; atiuit me uiki- ouure iriic.
KAM.CKF.K for the week numb-r: United
States, 'i?; Canada, 17; total, , as
against 'l?,'l the previous week, showing a
17 total 22J a
decrrasr-of twelve. The casualties vere
heavy In th- l-eHAc Stat. Other sections
of tl,-ronury uerenboutupto the aver-
UK-. "I'd light in Canada.
i-ntln- WvU. L,, O0,if)0; hwurance,
anton iioccioco varj sentenced to fm-
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pn-or.m-ntfor life in Cincinnati
Adam Uolan m October, 1SS:L
Cviits .s'itlTii, John Mnrtin and William
Lee uere arrested at Santa Fe. y. i.t
charged with conspiring to murder John
Dillan, wife and brother, and abduct hit
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An txpre.ss tram on the Cincinnati Snort
Line, between Zion and ernou, near I - ouis -
ville.was derailed the other night. The
engine turned completely over nnd fell
down an embankment fifteen feet in height,
Tiie eiigineer, J. W. Cnrr, anil fireman,
John Hufnagle, xvere seriously, if not fa -
tally injuted. Nobody else was seriously
' The American Yacht Club gave a dinner
,on the i:,th. to
nt Delmonico'i, 2exv lork,
the oflicem of the Greely re
Frank R. Lawrence pre-dded. The wel- ' IT i estimated tliat ehniska s com crop
cuino of President Lawrence wns responded ' for this year will eceol l'JO.OUO.Ouu bo-h-.
iiv rv,i.,.T. ,i,- K.M..I- nriw.t- Ura...i...u i els. an amount IncoiuimMieiisible to the
tr n,n,i.. ;n ,..i.;,.k r'rt,.,..,...i.. k.i.i....
wus highly complimented on the success of
A powder-mill nt Knzan, Russia, ex
ploded recently. Ton persons were killed
nnd five buildings were burned.
The Supreme Grove Order of Druids fin
ished tlxir session in .St. Louis on the I.'tth,
and adjourned to meet in Chicago next
A warrant was recently issued for the
nnot of tho Governor of Texas, ou com
plaint of In man named Frnucern, who was
sent to the penitentiary for marrying a
woman ns white as himself, but with n
small amount of colored blood in her .veins.
Gox'emor Ireland offered to pardon Frnn
cers, which pardon Frnucors refused.
The English Government xx-ill refer the
matter of representation nt the Xexv Or
leans World's Fair to the Manchester Chum
hsr of Commerce.
A strange malady has broken out in St.
Petersbu g. The disease is supposed to bo
caused by the sting of insects uhicli have
been in contact with diseased cattle.
Russell S. Tevis who, it xviil bo recol
lected, shot and seriously wounded Frank
J. Ilehart txvo years ngo last winter, for
too intima'o relations with his xvife, shot
himself through the brain the other night
at St. Louis.
Some Esquimaux recently found the
ends of n store or provision cask, marked
"Jeanuette." A charter party and check
book on the Bank of California were
found, both signed by DeLong; a pair of
oiled trousers of Louis Nores; also n bear's
skin which covered something of tho si.e
and shape of a human corpse, but the
Esquimaux could not removo tho skin to
ascertain what xx-as under it.
The Indian Bureau xvill send n specinl
agent to tho Indian Territory to learn the
opinions of the majority of tho Kiowa,
Wichita nnd Comanche Indians, relative
to leasing their lands to cattle men. It
xvas understood by tho Indian Commis
sioner that tho majority of the Indians o
poso the leases.
A fire and boiler explosion nt Cincin
nati recently destroyed the saw mill of
Henton & Colo and ten small dwelling
houses. Loss about $7.",0C0.
It xvas reported that wide-spread con
spiracies in the interest of Iglesins existed
in Mexico for tho murder of General Diaz
ami tho deposition of President Gonzales.
J. L. Case, Postmaster and prominent
business man of Mountnin Home, Baker
County, Ark., has been arrested for em
bezzling registered letters.
Ix San lrnncisco Pied. M. Zawart, a sa
loonist, shot and killed D. Hnlsloop re
cently nnd then killed himself.
Ho.v. John Cool, ex-United States Sen
ator frt in South Cnrolinn, died suddenly
in Washington the other day.
Gm:knvili.k, Texas, was again badly
burned on the 17th. The tiro xvas incen
dinry and involved a loss of w0,000. In
The greater part of the business portion
of Grenadn, Mis-., was destroyed by fire
on the 10:h. Loss, S.TW.OOO; insurance,
Miss Doha Buck, of Lincoln, Neb., sister
to Private Henry, of the Greely party, hns
telegraphed to the Coroner of Long Island
City to exhume the body and make an ex
amination. PrrrsnuRGH, Pa., was visited recently
by the xvor.ststorm of the season. Hail
fell ns large ns marbles, loofs xverc blown
off, and several houses struck by lightning
or blown doxvn or demolished.
The proprietor and etlitor of the Tltomp'
son'. Jiiink Xotr J!epurtcr xvere arrested in
2xexv York recently, on a charge of black
mailing the Nassnu Bank.
H. H. Hadlev, whom John I. Davenport
charged with writing the Morey letter, de
nied it most emphatically, and threatened
to mak disclosures.
A SIX-VEAIl-OLD daughter nf Lvmnn
Trumbull, of Illinois, died at Bar Harbor,
Me., recently. Sue ran against an earthen
teapot, in the hands of a cook, knocking
out the bittom with her head, the contents
scalding her badly. The cause of her death
xvas co leussion of the brai.i.
The dead b-xiy of G. H. Tyler, Treas
urer of the Boston Bij iu Theater Company,
xvas found ia the water at Hull, Mass., the
Anoka. Minn., suffered a very serious
loss by fire on the morning of the lt):h.
The total loss amounted to about one mil
lion dollar. Whole streets were sxvept
away. "Washburn & Co. lost $200,000 in
the destruction of their bank, opera house
and n portion of their saxv mills.
Coloxel Makoies, of Glen Alice on the
Cincinnati Southern Railway, wa killed
by his son, recently. The father was
drunk and attacked the boy when the bit
ter struck him with a club and crashed his
Ldsutexast Grkelt, in another inter
Tlaw, says he knew nothing about the con
dition of Lieutenant Kislingbury's body.
H6 end Kislingbury were on good terms. If
they practiced man-eatfng he did not
Geosge W. Childs, of the Philadelphia
Ledger, sure a dinner at his cottage at
Long Broach recently to John Welch, z-
Minister to England, TJ. STGrant and Ge-
er1 Romeo, Mexican Ministers, were
among the gwU.
NKBK ASKA STATE NKVT8.
Ltscour has finally swarded the contract
for water works to A. L. Strange & Col, of
Thk Ilatte lilvcr bridge at Schnyler U
TitK Supreme Court hat granted a new
trial to Dr. I'ttfitnond. wIk xa. convicted
hi I'lattMuoulli of au aault on a little girL
A.vcxidwonof ga-ohnc literally crcmatM
.-vev.. iki,,,.,,., tartniri,i' Mn., it,
? rurr (om j ur cVtaj.Jf. j-
j,,,,. nn k t in a c!omM JJ
J from wmcl, hatl ,,,, tlie nj0tll jr ,scu
; WCJIt jnto j,ccej'ar .r,j, a lighted lamp in
' Jn-r hand, and wh.tt the laiutcatne in con-
. tact ith Uk; a it eploIcd. vrttins her
: carment cn lire, which were lltrralh
1 mimed olT.
She ran tip Lairs and irajjoI
aer.-elf In the brd cloUtim; and told lirrMe
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' ' v ner ciotuim. carnoi out tn-r
xa-soime ami coai on ran aim ran io ir
Itini U'l.I'M h.h. U. it fulfil llV I'.lT hllilUTllI
ahn't burned to death "
j f ,IJiJSB.K dtllm, . t5:Ie of Uie mAzlc
rft w,fSjmhwu.t .NVbntx TUmbIi h
t,iai, a fr vU ,,,,. dll!)Il, a mMialim of
wVi, a,rid,-nt o-rurre.i n Nancj
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; ,wo( (J. II. Clwv
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: inti. th,. J.-r..t fu-td. l.VtimdriL' home 1
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younger one wandered mtn t4U iras. iai
, "0wI :l,! fcaMiYp. I he father, returning
; with a load of i-ram. droe owr the pro--
f. furm "f hli l'"P"S iK,-v crushms out
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- -5l-si: papr ! more -everc on Moiher
Iltibhanl ?iw than the Omaha jtfHcc and
dwlares lli:il ;i Ct.rtailUiu.rvni,,,,umn a,,lt
; ,U einplov '-jk-inU In arnningtheJnv.dxi-s
, j 0agL'y and inIiihou i-amiitiL- of the
i Nln: description, wjndalizing the toxin.
f frL'htenini' nuih. hore and im.ii and wo -
men of xxeak ucrvi..T (!oil srncioii-!
! '1 m: Omaha ioIiceuien and saloon keeit'P
' nceiitly plaxcti a gantc of Lae ball.
, A I'ilwa attomev was
Seventy Vixe dollar, for exactinirau n'nlaxx lul
for pnK,u,li,g a pension claim.
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I human mind. Allowing .".00 huhei
ordinary quantity for a car. it xxill take
Citv, and extend d vty-thrce miles bcjoml
7'""" "- ",, - """-"- '-" , , life prisoner M-nt from Jcllersoii oiintv, olt
her Urtlers. I Ins nimiher of cars xxill n.uKe ,. Ju aj u. wa, ,n l(. .wl f ,, m a
a continuous line of I : M miles, and won.d ,;nifi. llW, ht. fu(.u L ,n h iwn.
reach from Conned HlutK to .Sew lor .,., ,, tl i..,,.,,.., ....., u
onui ..tr t.. ...... V ..tir-i. '-... f.ffin fr.illt
1 hi: number of cattle that have tiu-ti m t.a. un.k ; tjt-iicrsil. White Cuiiiitnjf
tht vicinity of P.nuly Island from Texas ham xxas x resiling xxith C. W . (iraxis, ;
lexer Is rciKirtcd at Mvii himdriil out of prisoner H-nt fiom Madison tor eixtittfji
twciit-five hundred that were epo-el on Xt:..rs for murder, and thiidlv maiiatcetl to
the lamre xvhli-h h:ul btrii coxcntl by an in- run him upstairs and put him niMlcr !i-fc
ft-fted henl tf Te.aits. Ciltlc mt-ii ircncr- j .,j krV Alsop.Ircxv a p.stid on CunL-ilit T.
ally arc not much alarmwl at the situath.n, d Holloxxav, prison clerk, xho .
and bclicvcth.it the tever xxill i;.saiqear j jimi'ui hit or a wisium
shortly. .So far it has not -micad over any j a, nm 0 tlH. tm.L Wo.ir. xxlth the
great extent of country. aims, had trotu-n Into the stn.-t and was
Ckkioiiton is tt hax'e nnopeni house and , tiring into Captain II 0. I i ;, tne f the
skatiii1: rink to cost four thousand tlollars. guanls, uho returned th tire, and, tttouKli
It is it-ported from Holt Conntv Ur.it il i fully evjHistd lo tlu-ir ass-mlt. xa, making
has Ih-cii struck on a claim eight miles from! hiaveetroiLs to tlnxt- the prisoners back.
Stuart. I -a plain Holloxxax. xxh xxas unuriiictl, xxas
A cask has been filcl in the Douglas-. dt-sciihing a circle in the sti.vt, while Alsop
Coimtv Court under the Mechanics' Lien w;s ih.ihiK u.lh-y ntier xollex a: lmn.
law, the final decision o' which xvill heol,w,, f,om Ul"il ll ,1V, ',l '", a
general interest. A wholesale lmite ohl i'"""-? 'f'1110 hanro.l to have a gun in
an invoice of glas5 to .Steele, dohtwni A ' " ,,s,", ul'l' he alarm was given. Iik
Co., of Omaha. Thc fii m mortgaged it to ; , ,at .A,s s"imI , ,u ,. ''cx.-d
the Kirs: National Bank of -thafcitv. Tho i ,ut ," " l,ie sllf"',r- he txva
linn aftcrxxai.l hccoiidng JMiikmpt. the c,mvi then attemptiM to cox, r their
i...,ri.r!.. u-nc r..r...i..e.Hi mo.i ti... Mr,.w ictrc.it by niphl tiring on Pa ne and. SunUi.
lioiight"niid-r the foreclosure by Mr. I 'avion
ami mil into his hole Iniilil inr. The who i
sale linn now demands payment a second
time for the glass and claims under the Me
chanics Lien law. It xvill be curious to
find out to how maiix of the original oxvncrs
of material a builder is. responsible.
Max Gui.xi.xis an Omaha tailor, paid his
adtlt esses to a xoimg lady of that city.
They xvere betrothed and the day set for ,
their marriage. The day came around, the
guests assemi,lctl anti the lady xxslressLMi
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reany .or u.c ccr. inouj.1.11 mu on m-gmoni !1(.ros t,e ,,,K .Mou. th;m tUhu iirmvil
came not 1-r.en.N staitc.l out to look tor ,, b. UlIin j
lmn but I.ecould not be found inlvafew iM.t. r,Cl.u'ni fro,n them. I-iu-li of the cs
even npsprevious he had xis.ted the lady (,ipiliy ,-(.nvk.t., Was armed xvitl, more than
and left rn the lietfp,nts. having sew-ia threc 1(.vo!vt.r,. All aru rrtranlwl as the
hundred tlollars with him. It xvas feared , ,.w, ,.iw,vlir.., ,. .....i..r,.,..,.. f ,.,.
1... 1.-.1 1. , .....ni....i .....l tau..i v.: 1. '
in; iiatii 1rvv.11 iiiunivix.! im iui'ivi 1 jilihj
wercexcitcil and the lady in tears. A day or
txxoal.cixvards.she rcccvctl a letter from him
tinted from Lincoln. 111 which he cx,,rcsse.l
i;iu.ii Miun .11 ivatiii iiii:n.i) ou uiti, out
. . I . I I" 1 1
he could support her and still lovct her. , In .,,;, ,s Ml:lUcriuc lhe ,M,Me
Hie lady, it is said, remarket if he could do 1 ()f . ,,,, , ., wI, lllulKiby llt,v,itate
such a thing as this he might do worse, and the am,luUtiori of the hXm lt Ls thoucht,
she would not marry lmn. , hou-(.vcr, it NN m nol ,,rme fataL i-blnson.
At one o'clock the other morning a firr thegiiaul. will also, it is thought, have to
broke out in Oirnllala and tlcstrojetl aeon . .si:iut the amputation of a leg. Cunning
sidcrable lMiition or the business part ot 1 ham. the tnistv who rendered simli print
the town. The lire originatetl in a saloon , worthy .services, receives the gratitude of
xvueiv. a lamp cxpiotien. 1 lie xvimi xva.
blowing ipiite strongly at the time and no
water xvas obtainable. The following btisi- .
ness places and buililings were completely
destroyetl: Sxvick's store, (Jgalalia Iltmse, ',
Coxvboy's saloon. Tucker's saloon, Winti
wr restaurant, Ptnt-otlice, barber shop, ,
railroad dciot. The loss xvas 14.000. 1
PosT-orKirr. changes in Nebraska for the
week ended August I): KstaWNhed Kuter
prise, Broxvn County, John Whitney, post J
master: Moore, H.ott County, Frederick
Moore; Veda, Saunders County. Levi W.
Butler. Discontinued Floral. Gage County.
Names changed Beeiner. Anteoie County
to Vickory; Carrie, Ilnixvn County, to Nbr
dcn. Postuiasters apiiointcd IK'kxvtKxl,
Merrfck County. Daniel S. Dye: Xortlen,
Broxvn County. Diedrlch T. Gerilcs. "
Tin: Ditrict Attorney at Omaha recently
received a letter in regard to the late
City Marshal, convicted of receiving brills.
'Hie letter xxas dated "Taunton. (Mass.) Au
gust 7." ami signt.ll "'Mrs. Ii. C. Guthrie.'
The writer declared: "I have read all the
nitur: T iu lrv riiitlit-!.. ; !..;.!.. 1.....
.Vow, how can there be another when I have , ln ,c,e'rai,,-Il iR UIOOR. Mk Aujr,,.t .
never lceii ditoreed from lmn or he from , u. iinliowuv. K-lltor imliaiiapidi Tin.
me'.' Fix-e years ago he xx'as here. He said I have Just rece'v-d the atroclou JHeI of
evervbodv there kuexv he hatl a f.unilv , ,h. Imtianaiwilf-VnrOir!. The story J- titiedy
here Kuexv he had a f.unilv ,
also viivs- "(iiwo in ih. inil",
also SiX.s. uiitP ill the long
:ne xvas verj- much resiKct'ii
ago Mr. Ciiitl
here, but gambling prox-etl his ruin
wife nnd on nml twn !'innl.l,il.?n.ii -.r.. '
here to feel the
iiihii us.' She is
can be nnisceiitetl
the Judge had given him a life sentence," as
l,e --wi.uld i.r liVo t ..... 1.1... ,L
-s- -" s. .-- ...... ,...... .
Tin: six-year-oltl daughter of Henry Cole
x-as recently thought to be fatally injured '
by falling from a sxxiug at Omaha." t
Fink season, splenditl crop.
Onk of the girls in the laundry of the Pa
cific Hotel, at Fainnount, recently spilled
some gasoline on a hot stove, which in
stantly fired the building. By promptly
tearing doxvn tiie laundry house a destrue
tixe fire xvas ax;erted.
A 1 1TTI.K daughter of J. M. Stafforti. a
mail carrier, xvas badly hurt at Omaha tl-c
other day by being knocked doxvn and trod
den uih):i b. a runaway horss.
As a train recently appro iched Lincoln.
a man was stn sitting on the track, and
before tlie tmiii could be stopreI it iass-
. - - - -
pverhis body and cnishtil the life out of
him. His name was supposal to be Brit-
tenberg. who latelr rcsidetl at IaxnuomL j
nKATits in Nebraska for the week endrd
theDth, seventv-iixe; marriages, tbirty-sLc:
birlhs. fortv-foar. I
at rtm.ih.i thf ntiMr nifht hnTr-iir . !
tereti the clothing store of Bnnrstroni .-
. W ... .....;.... . (
Olsen by breaking the chiss in the front
door, and carried off about five hundred dol
lars worth of goods.
A Lixcolx barber sports a horse and
vehicle which together weighs onl3 fire
hundred ana eighty pounds. The horse
weighs four hundred ami fifty pounds and
the buggy one hundred and thirty.
Thk other night a babe was left on the
doorsteps of St. Mary's Church at Omaha.
TheSistt'S kindly agreed to care for th
deserted little xaraif until it could be other-
wise provided for.
Ox the ISth the first train-load of stock
arrived at the tew Omaha stoci yard
i "rnfi. lw. line hniinr " "V""- '- -.- - .1. .... " -17'.-- 1 sKU ami
'""------s ..s ...- vi-fi..n. ir.io ,.iiri!inir ri ri. .smririrj civr, rn. iiij it.
anxious in fcnmv 5f h th rniir.i tuii: rvmrt nr inHii.u t r. ..... , sex'ent Ii cerx
for hi-'.-iinv nml "wiclirs only re met v. and I am ure honontMi? Di-ni- i orrtciM
i novrn a the
1 .opk pfcc yesterday cfWIux abutul
t c"ork. The alarm wa shim by oxj tl
1 he "trcsttr. rvlror thttmxb tlc ctty oat
ion-back and calling upon the rtUzem to
- to Ue rocta or tiw cnani. T&e exril-
' acnt .pr-ad and ntlz-nv airm la bat!
t retired (u of tbctr Um and, rvn with toe
rnat.-tf ,j u tb- ttiU-n4Mt In ll
, au-auUme btM; itlng ta hvarit, the aUin
i ",! tfcc cmhc Iwitt-' rans ar-ttfeetrai
mwff nn hr"t"Oac. a H Hrrrral
:iiux. at t j-oin; of a iU for an r
?atikC want. By the tln. al arrhed at
I V .- k., . k.a . -A. W tk .1 V f aA I T II -
uw, 'r . - -
"'. " ..- wm.v. "- ..
hu4t awl the W-J ot Uw wittHlci m- t
k.kw of the UMrti-aiMl pnatcMrtcktw rttira-
at theato. Captain VA. Johncm. hi
the riuirl at ttw aic a - litii 1m Ul n
' ""' iatttnaU-ns that a i it.jr8rr -. in
j 1 " j . ?1 hf te
fc w V?' 1?C 'rt xrT
'? :LZZ!S JZLn
,ui.tw. f.-MuJr,i.. .-I
"'- - ' " r" - . w . M
wJien Jului It
U oIK, -mif utr CtHtaty
i .. .. .
! ,... ... r. . i - -. ... t... .L
,ti, ji.j lt-j iou. iiuw i.v." i. nn imrr-
j,-t.rvt drc near the rati vmU a Im and
Aj, jtmeeion to v.-: it uct-nW that the
Herfc iMi-lt lme it -shipfMil t.i Lw-riimK,
, a, j-.MMrtl t-,MI th- tU- and UM him
lo wl' uut J,kl J,Ht ll lUtu m i,M drajr.
j Jmtji (.'tuoritghaui. a "trttc4, M.-nt for !H
j fium 11 kckumu County lour.. to vrao
I fur ulWiW.TlUi: a lmn , m..,1 Ut,
j iier, wa ulthln the cnt-wx. hot Uu
:le reutoiiil fiotn the gate. Jn-t -n Ju-m
u-.u-l the rate, ho tuinel to j-e.ik u .Mr.
j ,mirlc- K. Huge, one of the u?f., xho
! xt.oa m another rMim acruv tin U-rMiv to
j xxlnch Wold lud Ikvh dirtit. Juiiiwin
-oivs in kcs not reuieiiuKT anxthirs. He
i fed M-iiM-JcfS fmin a bloxx struck xiUi a 1k1-
' llt hirh Woltf had coucealed aUml him.
! IV'S-Vtl,eJi ,,tfrMM,N h um ,uc MvM
Wo. r for their purj-xvere at that mh.
inent nJoug the xvall on the inswie, just out
of silit of tin- i;uard. When JohiWHt tell
they pushed the irate open and ninth a rush
for the arms x hi h arc Kept hi (ni ot the
rooms near hx. CuiiiHughatu ran to the res
cue of Johnson and thauuetl (eoixeAlip, a
hoji, came to the wite ami tJn i.rmg Ik-
i Vit-!rn,m' i ,M? Uti l,,,l,,',. !hl" lrce
' " ' "." "' ,v" "" " P
tnretl. Alsop. 1 ht'ophuus (,rne-, sent
from Jackson Comity for tx entx -one x ears
fofinuider. ami W. T. Grant, sent trom
Anderson County for txventx-one yems for
murder, started on a run out on thcOxxvn
ton turnpike. They met Allen Jones, an
Owen County fanner, coining into the city
in a buggy, foiccd hitn to gixc his
buggy up to them and thoxe two
or three miles In the oueev. I.m-
j e v,,m.,c , u. rua ., Mk
""" -!- - ...... ....-... .-...... .,. .....
tiiicment. A Nop foully muidf'.cd Constable 1
1 Iarrison 111 Jellersen Coimtv, xxho xv:ts ,
,1R.ni ,Mtcrvh.u.ln. ,,,, ull,; a ,,mIlol. 1
(;nu,t is OMU ,,f thv .m,(tW.r, whoattemptctl '
prisoners who attempted '
... .. .. .....,- .,., ,.,. .i,..., ,l. .....ii.
the city and xvill haxu poxverful tdctlgiiig in
his behalf for a pardon. He xvas cut iu the
side xvith a knife, but the xvouud is
not dangerous. Captain Johnson xvas
beaten over the head and bark
and is su tiering much pain from his
wounds, but is still at his oir. Only the
tluce convicts named ccajctl.
.Sllril fur l.llirl.
Indiana rtn.is, Im)., August i.i. A de
cided sensation xx-as created in j)litlcal c:r-:
clcs yeslcrtlay morning. ty the Jiliiigi.of a '
suit for damages for libel against the In
dianapolis Sentinel, James G. Blaine IHng
the plaintiff. Several days ago the Snttinel j
republished from the C Murage Time an I
article of two columns, in which it charged,
if not ilin-ctly. at leiLst by umultaka-
i.n. im.im.w, iikii .-.i. ..miin- ii.ui s.t,,,,,,,
the lady who is noxv his xvife in Kentucky, ;
and had aftcrxvards married her at the
muzzle of a shot gun. ImtncdiatHy after
the publication V. It. Holloxvay .sent Mr.
Blaine a copv of the paiier containing the i
article, and yest'TiIay reccivcii the folloxv-
me imuanMi i;int. uw s,ory
nd niwrnliiably fnl-c hi every Mate
neV.0- Implication. Political -Inn
not stop to ntitice. but thl win
rn-n uno ,
itinlen I do (
honor of ixy wjft- and
I lelre you. witnout an Hour
fr;r; a,i'fce wul 'noraM !CfpuUiei. riL
"&' ": in 'I' 'dn-r the honor of my ft-
'jy. n nctsi oc. wiia my i:i
U-firned 1 J.wcs a. P.riNr-
In accordance with the-c In:n:c:ioa Mr.
Holloxvay placetl the matter in the hands of
Harrison, jnucr v r.iam. auti w i wa hive.
Congressman Culbcrtson's tronbla
recalls the fact that in all the history of
CongTe?s suicide attaches alone to Ken
tucky. Elijah Ili-w. -a ho xvas a cantli
catefor rc-ele'tion tc The House. ; the
time, shot himelf at heme in a lit of ;
despondency, and e-Sjeaker of the
House John White kdled himself upon j
beinjr accused of havir.JT "cribbetl" the
brilliant valedictory whi h he delivered
i If 1IIIV S S ItlMMIftlll! ! (.( II lltftil tllW
i.ntfhlr.. nmnlir tifTjrftf.l't tirt.f in-.. f Km ....n. T .,.!.. I
- i r . . i.. i r i r.-i.. i
, . . "f ". ,
Dnrnjj; th? cyclone in Fcbniary
la5t ,a calf l.elongtn- to ticorjrc W. Stm-
-on had one. o. its leg broKcn. Mr.
Sttnson trictl his surgical skill upon the
broken limb and succeeded in cutting;
oil the brokt-n limb and cunnjr it-
then attached a wooden le to the stub.
and reports that the
calf has as fiood
it had before the
use of itself now a3 i
injury. Eedonton (Go. Me&seivjir.
In stopping street curs a Boston,
woman shakes her book, a .New York
woman throws her parasol at the
driver's head, a Brooklyn woman
whistle?, a Chicago woman pnts her
foot on the track, a St- Louis girl winks
at the couductor. a Cincinnati womaa
f ajs: "Huha. huha!' and a Kttabasgh
woman paralvzcS the horses with a
uFjn leam-uio cimir. anu which """" i
press and the public had irreatlv praised. ' rtre
LJHppiCT C"f NkB 11
m .. -
,;f!)i.,.'.in! rf3U-j i: n.-e- zmv
R 1!c.t, 't the t f'.lf t xxxrf ff
tOlCMt UtHTTlMC TV if jtTa fel
nrtUMC Ki mf btoml rwl
bt(r. - At'jcwl KtelT
tjwl fr H? Mr t tfcr ;in: tmmp
liws of tM ttrlkim. T al atf rtr
dii nf tao-3lte aarf two aw bt it liw
jwi tti iik. TW fart to4rui mf
lUm crw a Ml lwn'ii had lw
tltift n ."rU-r, !. mmt Hwrr
nf4irty tkr4K mm iMffUoa xryr4.
MiurK 91. Ki, tft- Jrtt ants! fffteS
(Tom ttfct"ilu. WliU- YrI rnrn wnr
awl Htnriik xrr tHait
!1hh mrf ofelj W tiw iateM, Ji
UivtMtv tt kt- ytmmtk !- r -
i i , ..... Z. .4 i i. ..w
j iwyii w itw pJ HrriMV) ! (WH)
tJi.s att oOter Ui4t. A rtmwr Urn fc lu
x-r.s rikWil, bat rrfpv4 Uy mm. I
t hht WMkrr -rtUnf mmtil nt i
Ibsj 4rr iuw4o4 M Hiyskmi mm
mdumrn' nfclc. iMtvf k xa tvmmd 4
Un(icm:cl, hatttnt; 4tt tJwr tir m
hniMl !r cctHrrsI . A i iKkoiI
tUHC his life wm Jrwwit-4. httt
1 atoWn spl ktm. Hm J una iih.
:! theft tf r kfcms Ub pt
ItAvmc leHi rejuntt-il r. I hal a -si
xetitMt xMth him, in nhle'i 1 pfskl to
wis p-nrtwal mwj. potatMnr mk huu ma
ne-ar to ottr tKtc"v ato. llr .ri
tsctl- 1'iitirr refomiaUM. hut, itMtrumtiaic
him. I Ksod a xi1ttrn wtVr Utot be 4uM
h shot If di-Col sto-nllM?. lu JutM 4
ha not only 5lolo purl a UW 4rtnt
for our hceakfsut. but xiwii.il. iuumiUmk
hu-d. tHir xx tnler amp and i4 n ortu.M
seal sfcwt tiaterxnl for fvhL I Unit urWil
him shi. Oh his ! xii (mhI lh ll
vtr chrt'iMtgrnph JaUimkMd by m t Krt
(ngt-r nini stolen bx hint. In hK bg xn
fotUMl a Ktnje quantity tf l klu wl a
Mir tt st .skin bo4 si!t ttw tixs be
fore trt.m the ItUHtcf. st-tntc rtt-
plieitx utt the jwrt fs-ewl 1 nlrfii4 h
cXts-otHin l the thftt Hiot rt4tubk
Alter his death an tW-r wns mjnI u Um
eutitt iMrtx and coorurits! U by xrr) mrm
Lit as U-lie; h1 intly jut but el;l to
our xttfetx. To ax4tl pol4b s-nulat I c-
dcrttl tlMt IM 1UK11 slHMllil nH.lK of litis
mattor nntH the o4lirl rtport xka uuutr f
the fL-. I haxe the lHnr t tit that
it (-011 1 01 iiHtHin h o'.rrri m
a court inurtMil chiwiuiI. -hoa'd the h-
orabh Nrcretni v nt War detam t4lbr Mivtaa
lAv. in this aM. I Iwite lb-eht it
Itrst tMt to aK xxntttit 4atetcn!
of tle sitrxlxiHg iHmbtrrs of in
partv for apfi'mllcts to thb nrjtrt,
Irst I iiiicht stoi to Ihj taiitjri; x Uh Hhmw.
I have ihA, afknl slnre tmr itwue. .hww ti,
xxhether thtlr opinitni-t rirtHvi-ntaf? my
t:on lutxc changed or iHtt lxiug Mirh )
tltxis toMir Hctttm if drotMetl tinMto. I
iinlur.tiix n-grct Uint rlntonsUiHrtss ImptnuHt
Mii-h a terrioli! rri-onsility iiihh w but
I mu etrttM'ioUH 1 shoold haxe fnlhil in My
tlii1. to tin rest of the )rt ItRii 1 iMt acttsl
picMijdly ami summanlx. .
-iu.fMM. mi t:i.ATit.. j
Ii'Klll.slKIt, N. ., AitgtttU lk Mt
heat '.rendering disclosures xxete ma! hi,
this t-ltx jestenlny morumg rftilaK the '
r.'ioiuis of l.leutenunt Kisliitlttir). of the
Ar tkcptiIltnm.xxlHMllftLiiHl AreUesnoxv '
last June, lt estatiiUln-d bexomlHJl qulioii
that cannibalism xxas u-irted to li
the tarviug men of the '.lively e mtitlou
ami hhoxvs that the live of ths, Kivetl
were prescrvttl hj. eating the dend tMlie ot
thcit rouipnidoiis. IJetiteiiau: KtllHhuryS
ndattxes here xxeie filled xxiUi hoirlldt;
tlttiititx as MMiii as thex bariis that dl
clikiures had Ik.--!! hiiiiIi hi N'cxx Vork n-tfanl
ing cauniballstii among the uihiInt of MV
exjK'tlition anil they determined to hrn thr
truth bx evhiiming the rentatiis and hnxnu '
them examiucti b -oiii''-tit ph)suianv
The erxix-s f an uudei taker xt.ere ".!
cured, and with the asiVaiiH'i tif five men, i
he. accompls-d the xxork of taking up the
OIHk(.. fr,M ,L, IS,tllii: ,,,!t.,.. ,,. tkt,
xxas oirned in the piei-nr.. of Frank W.
xx-as opened in the 1
Kisltughiiiy and John P. KJlu;lMiry,
brother of the defeated. Dr. Charles thick-
Jex, or. I. .. .Maiiiiexlllt. Miurinteiient
Meltson, Asslstnn. .Sii-riiitendent Mande majristrajii u a ina.i who hod btn
vdle and txvo reporters of the v.i. .brought Uiiore him for tlrunkonno.
The phytlrion. made a thoronsh cxnniin. ' 'I'he pnoter jilowly aroo, and -fttIe
titiuaiidfiiniKhtilaii alhdn'.it. luwlikhthfj in; hltmtdf with groat ftlort, rijHiid
Riy: "The bod in weight apprnxliiiaUil Ib 0i n our hon.r, hoxv ran ti ovpnot
our opinion, about liftx ntiid-. On an iwwf ln a nuui irh hM MAfi
examination of the head no lgm Mnnrrr X )'. Lvhjrr.
of wounds or injuries were xitibl. , . , ,
The skin wa, not broken, aud tin' " w1 Innocoe.-"Ma. U Jl wronjr
cirs and iih were intact. The 5kin and to 4 ,l fUAn '" r l mKfPl to
miiscb-s tif the anterior i-trtlou of the fact M" - f'-rtainh'. my denr. vrry xvmng."
and neck were intact ftom the iipjfr jir ' "'I'hern oxy. that jut xvhal I tild
tionof the steniiim and clnich to tin lowi thorn.' "Tohl whom' 'Why. J.MSc
jtirtitm of the fifth rib on the left iiih. th and Jack, ami Tom ami f 'harlio. ant)
skin ami uiii'-Ics hail alt been remoxnlthmn Arthur and Will, and Hob and AI and
Pi the rilw on the right side. The id-hi and Sntn and (iiw. and " Hut m h m I
iiiuwIesdoxxntotielowersN.tderof thela-t fn.U.L lUn'Mihia CM
rlh x ere gone. Then were two openings ! ,, .... . .. A
twe-n the fourth and tifthmtercoUl'.pjctc f ,..,,,,n "''' ot Me ot the
into the thoracic caxitv. The l,iti aiJ ' ,'flt"' I tit. t tie nm! bunion of n new
mu.scJes on the anterior itirth.n of UV ah-'
domen were inta
ict to the cr.-st tf the ilmrn
The niw-elts aiwl kln o
or iwlvic lxno.
the anterior ami interior of the thkdu
were entirely remoxtsl exceit tin si; in c
u. UIIOTIOr IKirillKI IU IUK fcjirt
joint. The musics ami skin or the Wi
lgwere n-moye,! to within tlm-e lr-l,,
of the ankle o,L (H, Ihe rhc ,t leg U-j
skin and mu.scJej xvere removed to wUhit
fixe Inch.s of the ankh joint. Both fed '
were Intact and the t-t of all pre-nt,
MMiere xan no vti-tige of lntecMmtfit or nm ,
cltsou either arm. Iiwlndlnc the hm-co 1 '
the shoulder blades, to the xvai4 Jtifnt. '
t-xcvi on the rhchl fonanM the Ut-!
of Ixdh ItafHU ,
.t,i, ,i .....w!.
wereinl;uL Th ewiuathii of Ui i
tenor l-Ktoo ,if Mcbwl.t i Uwt tut
trtueles of Mir hark fmw tk .
s i .....-. i i i... .ti....r
pletdyawa) don it to tit? Um
uitliUiHr.M.Uiia of i4vs if iffn frrx. .
two Ut ihtrv inch tate on eaHi J
the npKT iortk of the arnnn. j
Tlie reivie tone xerl ntijl4ly th-n4til ;
All tlie ex I trinities tc AOaHtril t Jjj I
1-o.iy b the IiglmHou oolv. No fmct ,
of the lx.ly mo,.l,W- ,
2-:xv flmjxjvs f-ux Ansit: It. Vt4 ,
dent Holt of Ue Statr Boarrf of IWIlJi '
w, -ii.,l ire tfc XfiHu.. IlMMltnt SrtWi j
p4tnl bcnScj .
that a vtei the Irttik 4ip DrcrHsM- !
xvxs snrhon-ii oU ti- month of Aejtirmr with '
yeihw ftrrer on Un.
suors at HatTiiisien her
ujpr-.j at HatTHiaen her tni , -i-r
one of the erw diol of the fevw. md jww- j
ceetlol to Xew orkotu. TheCapttla tm
one nourlcd f to entr "
ad;fa; If he entered ii hi voH .
XTJKtld be dctalnnl at Hrativ fmtr tey
aiwl no a"k-ed to dtsrbarxe Jcr cmrrw. Jlfj
wa lTiw-,1 v tafcr the Hf-rirfd Ut 5Wj;
Istend. He ixtw, howler. jt o of j
the ttfiMcs. apparenUy udtmk-I how tc,
Anxi.vr, Wis, Auuxt
Xasle, keeper of a hoose
Glidden, met an elevenoear-ojd jiri named ,
Fannie Hoth com t school Iat Krld-jy, a
aboat one mile from the 'Iisce of GU&len. , Hcr li word to me wki , Ut
lie drag-d her ictoi "f--i al rarhe4 , bo to-rUit her anat fa Chi-t) wr-
Kr ihn-ait-nlnrr tn till hrr li ihvlrAA. Tk Lh..l .t . vwvv "era.
ber. threatening to kill her If h Sold. Tb
child went home and told her parenti what
bad happened, and her tber procarred a
warrant for XaxJe arrest. SxzUs wa C3-
I tured at Glldden Starday. He m taken
to Baitcraat for afe keeping. The gaUext
excitCBeat preraS there. Threats f
Irncliiac were heard oa the street and tM
oSlcers broasht has to lk eiij. He waj
broQcht before Jatlee E2smrt
the glri ideal&ei hixa.
fa hal$ tr
Ua- - Onus: J&sr
FCint-aJMr-r-vf n wftt
. volnm? srvtiinf liiMf h-
Tf ihp tnstj jfjr;-. AV-m
Tba wjor of ta Tw aattNe-!-
ii. i -r - -.t w i. - - . - fc 4i
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TW fsi,f f t"arl' a hx
I Ami Yim,
-JIT. Hart fwwim r tT
hcoc & Kmlmy tm 1tof .
Mr Had w urM lij k hrm
W bip4wJ 0HrUAeuls tt iara !
Iiiuhc! ! twoa4y-Ufc ter js.
' " v ! Atrm& K
1 Iir1. Kranrn.
t'- ic . T rwww.TT .
i,w , nJtXjg
kn.i o4(4mmi of to ImmImi IUmw0l
AVrw. at M a ef- TW ffr
wdt bo rwtomml a4 Lil. m4 t?x
atmmml l nr mMttr, rwoxtinir ttnr
tkulorlx lu Anre -tSatri. will W
At a rHit tHrrr fwrtT m Ib
ckiit Mr. xmi Mrv (WnV U'iMfr mi
ik-ir Art fwrntfxl ftvamar ta luli
whhv. tW bcd at tW hol tl4mz
At Urct In .i nlimiy tUr go"ft erf 1Ml
Ktttli. xv. lii https- !- . a tiM9en j
ctaJlar. .1 gtrdt of rhWw bjrtv, a Fatl
n cknplot ot roal xr!i I ll ralI tW
T) Hn. 'l wi r NHir?" nwt
4 ". Uott txv 'Ut'iit m Nri- vttt,
btt bit eniver a ft briMk,d Htnv. V
b-n in th trvtw f .Sew cX. i l
k crmllt W it Aki W t r4J r jnoHiI
than KJrwic f bi nuUl WgiMtifO ,
To-dny bo l xx-orth nbMt i-''st. 1 4
! krv u of tbu hjxn4nif t eowtrf
Mni n tbe .vhuimI. A. ). ,
I b- txtitor of n LaMikw iwwMlli
lmblw-n .vm. mio-lviv 44i m tfttkt
Crt.'. i.flrrsl n iHa or tW fet
tion tH ' btiMtlfml faiMuttt HoajC.
Urn rt-s-,vml no frt'or tbatt l.1 rt
idle. The ut4ghnl ivr uftm n to.
'1W total uttmbtif f ftWt oi ppr
. h nm jiIkhii. XAl.fMa. '", m nr
th, u Inul fni. on tb tp ( mm
.'ilW would form a tlti vMr
ren fwl htjfh Oteoy tnUr trna.
-Mr. (flnd-toMi eiroer lrt
Min r of lvgbA4Mi Uo". mrtl s
rrwl uf yxnr ymr IfMnl
'Jiwrtnt hr not a tottf in Bc
Mr (iliuUu. Tw imimimm nif
dwrin; lb J.nt biuwlru! ytmrti hv.
iout.- ponod than Mr. huhrfti. 0
td thiMt xtn W tUtnm lltt, wbo b-hl ilia
otUof fr ttibu-m xar ant ion
months, thw other xxa l.tod U9rmntU
who- ptrri d hu futtr'uun v "' ltd
Can k mnl xx'ho xvrfte-l H jhhnu Cm
hi hnt Ira dtMorihel iw nr3'-lllfF-.
',. ,. , , , ,
i ou r.onn ernKe wmmm imt liirMtfT
altnekel mmm xvomoM vn prottoaMir
mu(MI br n diiru to Hksuvt a bmu,JL
.Man How ninny tkh hnve VcMl
eaithu bub? Ihiy'oh. 1 owikTn't
eon tit fiii. Man. Why, you lmviiit
iMHjflii any. xoii Httl-f" wrettih. Hoy:
Tkat'it xvhy f can't eount om. Tr
li.-euntlv. in PhUatbilphln. Mry A.
(Jou ami William Sinner wrtt joinol In
xvitHot:k. Happy combination.
"- In ill rnw ur kuifoi
IT lo4nil Utt. tMr
Y"r Ue mmI K"'- atnt,
XX'ht4t Iu ry (!! n artr
Hem. prisoner, xtititl up therantid
U'- ,T"i onrii. ini a
'"'" It Uio night n clear. U lieu tho
Mar are Twinkling. Lovtj. kitj, yur
wenthnr out for th old man, jiv
alnit the linn Our (.modfrnK.,- n.r.fl
trikM tu for he rnav ho ( omift Thr,'
ti.. !l Ifliftl f.Il V.ll-.i. .f..-. . . 1.
Tow-w in n hi h rae xt'i hal Uitr
t c)v4 r lh (ttknhn a, wWw ,b
n Mll ,., , h ,,
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"aU l? -Tc he W her Ullh Kow
' lp' V'0 ,,'v" " toJ m'im o5Hotc.
Ia1 Ieetratlon Isy. a member of
a HUt conmltt"; in' Auburn Me.
aked a cla of glrJ and bor xrhat
DeconVon Dav w.-t for "Tod'SHuratQ
.ilf. M.tdiiri. -. ,-:.i i f
... -..,.. . , j,....-, ,...j n(,3rAi in
U hj houhI lh-y bf -raSe if in
'utW -r,vA aov nw'tk-.. ..T ' "I
-'.'",- ' '.-... ;vw---r
- twin ia a ion titns.
L.. .u .. 1 .
f:..i ti... ., ., ..
''"" w""'wii ne mnoer tjiicnsr
m i we rmm nnaiiy iwi up Id k-aroL
Th vi4tr a.kcl him Ut jn3k. The oj
"ah! "If yon jden. 4r. I think it bi
brcame ther are leal aJ we ain't..,
.. yw , .. f, fc
j f , .. 'yj ku JJ
i a w : w i -rii- iroewi in ftrtike of
5 fix- half at: boor later I xt .!.-,. ..
f (.,.. ,
t? . . i M
rven I -a at -worW
", at .wrtre. ati inpr at tx4 nft.l
WA'1 " V1 l '-' ate only h-ar.r fooi.
ann a.in t a iick Hay la all y
"lifiw wn." (koid the Dvaoon. ia -vm
nnuiotic tone-, "and whtt vtrs yi n
tor? And Jn thn atrial ilftr-that
UAUrcl rem roaUi hoar th? kh '-.-
iu tih lUirdmu . ttt.... i",...,?
l-llll J f"J
Jam. t v
"t alwy lhoahl Jzuii wotild do
- jrcil." ia'd Mrs. IooaUuU m -Jk-UM
i,- letirr h. Ut ., -- t
lap. and wipni hrr JtMctacle with tJ.
Inn. and trir-! fe w-..i..... .i.t ..
comer of hr apron. "She sai4 h
"$hn law tkt.
'jiourwrr. uw wu i marry mw& Jt
wealth, of be ia a pomWi u arcttmti
late it rapidhr. I wnll raWr tk
wordx." "She ha- jarril a wmkhr
xaaa. therf "tlm bgc exactir
wealthy yet. bl he's aaski- forUtM
broker, or wkatT' lUi U Ue portt
of a Fall wan -ir' atttrwHk Jun
. v.u .v unj j,? waa. xml
ibe ha kept her word." "ltnil
vrrftui ftrr 4wr ...
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