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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1884)
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Aluoatom' teelk arc now wed for
tmltofls, bracelets, earaia- and
baagles. They take a high polish aad
ad are very durable.
Tlir wcakhient man in the world if
taeChincse banker Han-Qua, of Can
tos. He payg taxes upon an estate of
450,000,0X). and i estimated to be
-worth a billion tack, which, in our
xtoney, would be about fourteen hun
dred million dollars.
Da. Faairf r.
Uf ef the Mat
of fctfLnn. Abi f-i
the Dalljr ewi.
ExrtoitEiM have discovered petrol
eum in Formosa, about twenty miles to
the south of He-Lung. At the latter
place are the richest mines of bitumin
ious coal in the Chinese empire. Thus
far the Government has refused nermita
for tDLnking of wells.
w. .-! i i.i i m ! i II r
The Chinese in Nct York are begin
ning to learn American habits. In their
district the saloon keepers now get up
cards in Chinese, which read: "Ameri
can cocktails for the morning, American
sours for noon, and American punches
for night" The trade is reported brisk.
re, or the editorial
iken by th best rf-
, a rcufdent of Cbl-
lon thr Oth, In her one
mr. On one of the
ir he walked evcn
xUxmau fqrr i
cajro atace 28K,
haadred aadlb ri
coldest days laifc
Patrick Ega; Lfc
determination t '
League Beatrel I j
has been conffn 4
rRAITK . 3ta 30.
mendation of tfcr
main Inj; at blsx t
demic and ftirn thiat valuable inforwa-
The death of? i .
Charles W. Hutciiinsok, ex-Mayor
of Utica, has not only bolted from his,
home, but has bolted the door of civil i-
zrtion behind him by becoming an
adopted member of the Seueca tribe, a
remnant of which resides on a small
reservation in Central New York.
he newly appointed
Treasury. i a reni-
m. 111., in his deputy.
L lately telegraphed
tizratulation on the
the lrhh National
f Viceroy of India
on Lord Dufferln.
hmax, of Ohio, will
es in Wiscotmin next
nited States Consul
receiveu tne com
Department for re-
rinj; the cholera epl-
ctxrred in a distillery la th ceofcerie. Tb
charge of criminal negligence will bf
brought againvt the proprietors.
Ox September 10th torrents of rain fell
In Southern Texas, where lire stocV-valued
at UfiDOM was threatened with death
from thirst, the ground baring been dry
for fifteen weeks.
The seeti'leaf tobacco crop no
a well-known e&e ml
lately announaid at
Samuel CheIii ,
died of Bright'f :d I
n Angnoren linnal,
and physicist, was
f of Creek Nation,
at Deunison, Tex.,
The large gold medal of the Roya
College of Surgeons, which has been
previously given only six times since its
institution in 1800, was in August
awarded to Sir Erasmus Wilson, only
just in time for the distinguished derma
tologist to receive the news before his
Jews in Jerusalem were until lately a
few hundred families, who had gone
there to die in the land of their fathers.
Now there are at least iifty thousand, or
about one-third of the population.
They devote themselves almost exclu
sively to mercantile occupations. The
newcomnrs are mostly from Bulgaria,
Russia, and Hungary.
J., hog cholera Is
heart disease at a
his effect. Kven
Cremation is making great strides
In France. The prefect of the Seino
means to establish Siemens furnaces in
. several of tlie cemetery's of Paris, and
proposes to cremate all persons whose
bodies are not claimed by their friends.
v If this experiment proves successful, the
:- Government will probably introduce a
general bill on cremation.
. The most artistic of Italian furniture,
made from precious wods inlaid with
gold, mosaics and ivory, is turned out
in Bergamo, by a firm that has been en
gaged in the business during a century.
Old and new specimens of its workman
ship are much sought after by foreign
connoisseurs for the adornment of
palaces and country villas.
piaying navoc wit h
The daughters c f
who died receikl. o
waterlni place to n,
tion for the burai jg
the furniture of?t te "nkmi in which he ex
plred was conBlfii. l Ufthe flames, ns if ho
bad died of cholen . ;f
THE jail in Km is Ofky Is represented by
the grand jury mn bairirig from four to
seven prisoners In jadgcell, Inside invis
ibleinmatos, aatl coeSjilaintH are made
that tainted mejts arewrvcU on th'j table.
liiEicKei nac.j Koafl recently took to
Niagara Falls ni- :cuMon train of thirty
sever, coaches, cent ai
ax assignmenjc )as
Union Catholic ?:bl
Chicago, with IteHli
llounds Typo Pres
failed some daytt , ;o, kit the fnct win not
publicly known atit U
all the creditors u ;a
tiuue the businesi t ni
tablishmont owejn k
very valuable- plaat
A TlinKE-DAY celt
at Chambensburg, en:
the ad vent of tho firs; w
lin County, 100 yea: i
$1,000 bail at FortTfc nit!
followers were set, f reej
I.Y a lato repon all
Great Britain staad to
cost of $204,000 per. nil
cent on the investoi $nt. J'i'Jie avt-rngo cost
or all tho ruilroau : falrxistencc in the
United StaU-s to-dy is
tlic bet apple offereJ ui tnjuket arc tho
bmuichi In by wajon frotn :be Xcbra.sk
IL They an: iuicier. frrber and of trtT
I Cavor .-CTrraih-, more like the apple
Uins -H-l to cal back Ka: when a boy. that?
barveite! throughout thr country 1 1J ; rc " appicn tbst coom; la by tx car. is
to be tho bet and hearlent for many year. ' iut c ,f'n lb fart hat thi b a frctt coonUf
Toleb, the Cbfcf of Pollc at Hoi ln cnizLw
Spring, having been appriM that bit I)K- WtlJilSfi$m .'cent of tb Wlw
Ufo wb in danger from a desperate mas d OmaUas. jrfota!ly lb- firl
named Edward Howell, took a double-bar ft?,t 'M rrrilkc Uw '" t lol aft
rlel hotgun and .lew his rnemy. cbiWroi wmpolMry. The OcbaIix, cr
A. K. Torn., of Drlavan. WU.. l.tlj SS f? th- f Millie. Ut al
i -.. i.t i ti-i t - ,. V. ' tnv" cnlldrca to.vmicof the faoo.'v rilh
,LT , ; D-r'itthe,nWonorat the awSS ii
and both wr In.tantly kil.cd hiIo cro.,-. 1yc annmty money. Mt of the fainlli
Ing the railway track. ; mt tlidr chiWri. Thov: who lid not n
It ha recently como flight UatPrivaU ceivwl no annuity mony the other A?.
Henry, of th Arctjc ezplorins party, wst , hai we -S-J.OOQ wa dUtrtbau-d ainn;
discharged from the array otc for for : fe nieniNrr of the tribe, llje famihef
grr-. . ihai hav-. on account of niHTtlUon or in
Later report from tho cvclone whlcL i ,MeiiCt k'l5 tnclr chlidrrn out of ehjl,
recently visited Wisconsin, iricbigan and ?,re awKn? f th imiortannj of eita
other Norths State, .how that the dam- j U" ' ?lt
az wa v,.rv much creater than wu at ' ' ",: M?'" at for .Vebraka ha
NKRRASKA lit ATE XRWS.
' " ' ' ' i - e- tf-. r-a tin.at ttleraei fltee
The 7omuf.of SUmx City. Iowa. rU .tmrmm ZZZiimtmn.mZ
thaof North Nebrxka fruit. -IJ-dly ! . .C'T..'"'2!T!!C- ,- .
ST. TJIVI Jftl. irj'wwvu ... .
: fpeciaJ frow ten CUlre mj: A o
Point Crtxkf a tributary ol the 05pp?iTi
Hher. mt on: late In the nlcht ! tbc
rratcr in tbe Chlp;wa tr rapklly. Thi,
with Utc Soatinx Utk cat7SeJ awiy tfcf top
r brfcttc of tin? Wiconsb Central JUlircad
at Chippewa KalK and alo llf tower Nuije
befneea here anl thh city. The MiJw'aa
ke i St. Iaul ILilIwar briU auJ all
Uw city bndxrs hi and tc city brW;
at Cblppra Kail wrtc cnird away. The
Omahs brid" at the latter pia J""
rose but tlierr t no triftnx bat awy hap-
A WISH TKKMML
eyftwve rf 'rejTW WeTPw fflBfeT
riioi f H lpt s
ilior I'mIim. A HllMtM tatrd-
St. Vavu 5errilt I!. 5f-rUi ftta
CUr Ukr, Wk. y Ijp jpenby L
ancrtwoa a erciJO' ?rark IM flxr al '
dcTtatki; wa Uw? ruU. Tb crtfr
ortio of Ik town l in rote ai Oirc? .
tirts kfL Ta rf'T ihn tor p.i
otrr ni borrtbJe in tW exltrmr. Xn.
wocicn arai chJ!re? tj ronc ai ,
in a perfect ttrtuj ef odtea3Tt i t
T rrcratp1551'1 tV
tio tory ( tJiiUa Is Uh
rit at Caj 5aW, and ti at!
UifttbT drawn to tb Ic Vi 11
tk iBrl.f. l&cfcMi2 the I4
ti alltCfl !rtl, were e xl
a; a ta tM lty, tr.:l 1Haf
trr. .e r -"rv ,. , ,., , . i,,fwm.
f UJ J ww ,.ww. .w, -. . '('"'v
roqM te v cocalni; out of t!4r C!arc.
pen x the wtcr U retime Higher ai?d Uc I j huBs rwrr mM ba mt4j ih
fonvarrtttl a rei-ort of the condition of tiw
Com the a,r
' r-mrfi .111 In ..f.tt). ,.,
i .. r. .. .. m.' . ,-!-', -' I'1V"WI .U
i nt nicrcnn- wnurnrr turn .Mor inrr . ....i., .
, .-.,.. .. ... .. jiri" rtiiiiiiriiiii li ltv. ir- .... ..1., . .
., t, mu, 'iicji, Ju,
rone to ninety 'three degrees. Nine deaths
occurrod at IMlerue Hoapital from tht ;
heat, and the itreet car line were almost
rje, im-:oai, :n: tnri,.?, x,. vj uttlc
wiK-at uxs tx-en threshed It U difflcuU to
make a currt-ct estimate, but It L otuniUii
raUruad U belwr twdtv x.led. Tbe waU
rtxx(jiiEi Tin: r7ir..T
of thU city and ifannr crrat damxr.
The rjiu Cbmc and Chiitna lUrr are
higher than wa err kbowu bvfof tho
water tkvlcs oer tb sneijil iircts, and
many bulWtnv oo ki tuumi aie i'.itiiig
away. Half a niliRj fee! of lor be
broken fnmi the Uxn near the Kddy Mill,
aiwi aie tkutiu donn the Mfram. Illje !
tot ncw fiw'm k nVU-U district of
'tsrotttn mdicate that the natcr are re-
'a'i terrible f&tre. (hw hou-.' Uitk
rrneer a taken fnwn it fetMxUt&oc d
turned oafpietlv rwi. whUe Uw fVk
were feliei from Ue it a If l$ri oif
A targe torn i tk-n wy. ieaThsi tw
fl.vr ai aarer. with the bote pfer
tnlij eJtmc (Mr WPfrt'- A ttXl chirfl w a
Ulcn in tiw Attn of the trspct aad
landed in tKe brawbe t a tm but aViy
njmeL One Utce frame k wa bfcw
ciai4etei ot if sUt. rwt m pxttleie f
the bowxj or fwntttlfe rifcl be fMHM.
comiKillcd to stop oerations. A I'hiladel- t U: about '-"J.OOO.OOO buhel
i . ,. .. .i.t ...
- i.mu uiuieeii'teat oiu oov namec
Iran Trj on. living w:tii his jarenU near
Valparabo, was bitten by a rtt!e:iakr
phia dispatch reported intense suffering
among the aiiimaU at the State Fair, whilt
fancy poultry died In lanre numbcrn.
Ttj'Hoid fever bai broken out in one oi ' ftne ,jrht rt.-cently. He anMj from hi Ui
tho ilrithh regiments at Cairo. to el a MWr llwl "' h!d rv-eivl ami ne-
Two of the commiHione appointed by ' x'tl . and wa moving a Un
the Recorder of New York to investigate T'1 ch, J "" on, U, l"?r '! ! Mtuke-
the condition of William C. Hhineiander, ' V b7t, . S ,1
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4. ! .... J. L I "" ew-M - ,,,r
cruio7 ai i.Hiiirwa r jn imii n-ts - ' t&oegk awh fr twtfc wa made t U
Claire ukeir the water ftmr tret deep ki i xl. -f orBL xj,,. Uwuy ji ff
the tteni laton uOitr. At thtpjwa tutuUjfy tm nlmsc In the ctiUt. Many
rails 400 dwolhnr iiae brv et away ; in, arc
o. wrrckeu ana ;,y.u rOfe are
j txrr tfcnnTK,
tKt a rrtce erf tkHr wrldJy j-i.-.
reutAlMtwc A retKt rteWrl frwn .Maria
who married below hit station, rejKJrted oniliefoot.
inai He H insane, while the third took a ' rtrcneri-d.
A couvaxy has been organized nt Belle
ville, III., to construct a railway from that
town to n point opposite SL luis.
Dckino the first eight months of thU
year 112,.rrj immigrants entered Canada.
Keuiedfcs were applleil and he
passed through to the
yen tiled hv the
ing Company of
of ?l.ri,000. The
iipnny of Chicago,
ly, when nearly
resolved to con-
trustees. Tho o-
."0,000, and has a
n wan lately held
e settlor in Frank-
been released on
and seven of his
id railroads in
,y at an average
and pay five per
Of theie 48,'i.w
On a recent date there were WG cases of J
cholera at Maples and ItZti deaths. Several '
deaths occurred at Avelino, Hergamo,
CnmpobaHo, Cremona and Cimeo. At
...... ...- . ..j .. I....J -11 IT.- Vl.ft til
J. h. NoitTO.V & Co., we
ei eatlw. , ,lril,i;i.t ,arIniI c)lI1 j
Il-known cigar Zeveu. S!uTtn:m iv,,,,,,.. i- vri
i....i..rr ;.. r 'i. ;...... - i i .. ' v" ". '
ivu.v.i.1 ..i uuii.uii, ivL-viiiijr muiie an us-i
ignment to cover liabilities of about :7,000.
Mil?. A.VMi: TltKXAirY. of Kearnev Juno-
lion, desires information of her hu-bniitl, J.
W. nriii.es. alias Kd. Teenier, of Kanas
City. She ays she married him at Kearney
in February la-t, and he deserted lier in
Tub new school liotise at SpringflcM,
Sany County, will cost when eouin eted.
rNT-oKnr: cliancuH hi Nebraska during
the weekended .September 0: F-Uihlishtil-
Plato, Saline County, .MI.v- Hoxji Stuuretin.
postmistress. Postmasters miiiiiteil -Italn-
1 IL lnvi-;
uniouiideii reixm at
DKI'1.MV IIN MU.H!Ult
who live on high gionjtd Uh belter anl
r i t .ii t , ..
caiiiuxl and hitmlrrxl, or pee are tg ki aMj A r
V Vi'- ,'" h,e lhr,MMJT ""! ! Stillwater am ut tie, 1 inw
? rr,...! .f?i, TL 'S? "' . n the ri,I la 3lna.a. M.en ami
:tu:, ,r" tjjz.;"'-:;rf etrs re4.
- ij v r Sa l iruiiifff iw nttvn
each other, except by way of the Omaha
ralhva) Iron bridge, which admits of the
jusage of tvot pe!igcrs. It s sltnalol ao
far up tho river that
A WALK or rol'lt M!M
j unfit for tVlr mwn to Jsy A 4U
; patch wa- ? V Caft V ltfw,
local rccrutt fiew, f1ns U S?r
; jv Itrlrd a4 t; 4 pjtf
' iofnetl f r a?r t pn U retji4 f
aa!SfTnttT rppJ. ta4efarUit. t
fvr rtpikru di., t tair ese4-
raeot. Capuia Va ltw rfrt tMt
' MralAAfil deHlC Wa At
tttrn uao whl tc ! tn- ;
c-ceujrfe a tar taff. I r
to t rejrt, Ue rtAry ol W ;
' x prrwHtViWT wtefp dirmeuasr taw ta
au rrturw f t af l1Wewti,
N. I!., wbr tkey it fc-t tct4
Hrai&ard ? tS aewtr -n
l coaJrr th.t fc arf i a?
gr4lfl2 tMvlvw tr cTte ..
1W, aad bar tJwrfr wirw tar
vrrwal Iraicof l0. Tfc trk k f :
or the iUt yrrir wrl
ii n mi - i '
Is mvesvtry in roachir.g Ue lie!i jwif
-tion of the east side from the court hott.
Almost even famllv in tho eilywill Iomj
Only a iir-
' ttau of Use stonti trttek Sull water,
I TltlKINU -M1l TKNr
; at the fair rrotttMhs teartec thern In
i fHbM. At Clayton, Wlv. bolf ?
tMc Ifehter tnrttiies In the vtttajje
were Wrtvn i!wh by the'str)tt. TWe
; rekne trwek aUl stv oel('k, d.bc
; nearly all the daiMtge In Uflreti mtwSpx.
something. Hie Chicago, Milwaukee A.
SL Paul Itallnay CoiMpaii)'s hrs in the
ChippewA Vnllvv will no. Im Ie-thau 5.VH1,- '
000. The lumber coiupuiiie-i all kre very i
heavily, but the heaviest kwe aresuUeretl
by jKKjr x-ople who have had their
homes wept nwav. Ine
ofticon have alt Ireeii !iCiOitd, aimI ti ptir
U; :McvAttn, Y)th ltr r !'
( f-r lr 1J. B (l nt Tfci
.HniWtlillM). ! f Hmc
T Hrt.l . ,fTl.l fr St
Capfeta Du4Uj o t U 1 at lit !
rtU.i4) i&m tww.Mwtll wvrt,
j wrl of Mmt cel Hi ! ! Uw-,
j wr arrcUMl Saturday ewBtii xwt '
lbeeharv.l Ih court till NMnlae: wa
the jnunkr o th oaktM Imt Prt, !
u.........uMluuieiaiui uis ioiiow. nan oroppetl down dead. Ilutler was ex-
ers have been taken to New York by Colo- looted to address the people, but Im-Iii"
IW1 Allfi iirnliki. n fuif-ttiif ft-... U.t.M..... ' firil !. ,t ... .1... i . .
, .. ,. ..... ,.v,., ucwicmi y I "' hv; j,in oil IJIU earn anil Weill lO l.lll-
i'ohi. .Niuie nisear took advantage of the
Mcasioii to start the false renort tlmt l.
been Kned or will U
Dnmliri tut tli. ml. ,l.. 1 : :.. t, ,.. ..
, . . -..... ....j., .,,, !. i.uiil-i im oeen iv-iuhi or win it M-on.
except the IahIT, which l.vue a smrtll
sheet prtnteil on n job jirtas iuteud of the
At Chipju-wa FalN lb tonu wx th wtrt
of the seai-m. TVe nter H now Wtweeii j ,rt,br tj,. ratl 0i wlti
ter mark and , till rWmr mpkily. Cf ! wI wl P'ck! y ' U
tent Inda Wk fr M.arii Ulknr wair ! . PnPI Utei MM4 a U le
ami ui thk cwe Mta uptr lrttig ovnr h- natorw oi to tttHwoy t ke gr, th
liesjiii'r ' !- .., , . - . .-j.,. cuo t9em. un j u uw m wi m i
1 .. .. . ' one now. .i iiock iuiihis uwr
n.l cn!k of tJi
A CELEititATEi biological savant in,
German' divides humanity at largo in
to two grand categories, tbe intellectual
and the animalistic: at the head of the
first stand the Germans and the Eng
lish, with cognate lower gradations,
rand in the second category Spaniards,
Intalians, Russians, Croats, Turks,
Arabs, negroes, Chinese, down to North
Anierican Indians, entirely given over
For some time past it has been known
ithat a colon- of bees had established
Htself in the roof of Stourniouth Church,
.England, but the Vicar would not al
low them to bo disturbed. On his death
recently the bees were destroyed by
fumigation. On the honey being taken
itaere was found to be nearly two hun--dredweight
of it, and the bees tilled two
moderately large barrels. It is stated
itkat during hot weather the honey used
riordrop into the church.
Experiments with the galvanometer
ttipoivthe tracks of the New York Cen
tral 'Railroad show that electric eur
trents flow through the rails continoasry.
The iovement is generally toward
centers of electric distttrbaace, and is
jKjrceptibly affected by the passage -of
ars,ast passenger traias being much
tmore xffeotivo than freight or coal:
drains. One steel rail at Rochester was .
to mucKaffected by these currents as t:
i)coo a-, pecroanent m
m - a -a.
ihe jugiisn or gw
dcred that strict 2b uti
betwoen the Fronoii i id
Thr Monongahela ml
assembled at Pittabjrgl
resolved to contirwe. r'
and one-!ialf cents ijae?
The Bankers' and if
Company's oflice,at Ni
was lately closed UBt er i
William Dixo.v a- m7i
der at Little Rocky
Lester at a dance oa 1 'd
Tho first instalmeii
the Nile expeditionbt a 1
hundred and thlrtyrtn ire
Owing to tho dopre i:
lumbering trade ia Ja
voyageurs bavo dotei m
offer of the British Qu e
Gordon relief oxpedit on
seley. It is thought ( y
cers that they will net be
Soudas climate. W
The Russian Mintet r
ueen instruccea to ask ;or,i
the treaty of 1878, al: ad)1
Sam Jackson, a colore
raged a thirteen-yer old 3
cently near Monticallc ,
from jail by a rnasketl no
The United States El ic
which convened late ly
opened in tho Expos Hit n
adelphia, with Profits ir
)!';." jter mile.
Illee recently or
ity bo observed
s in convention
strike for threo
ivicted of miir
lie shot Ham
iver last Decern-
in tho chair.
hirty bouts for
o to follow.
ouditiou of the
a a number of
il to accept the
ent to join the
der Lord Wol-
my British ofll-
ilu to stand the
1'ekin has not
iinn who out-
.iiite cirl re-
llding at Phil
Tub bastinado is still one tf Hhc
aauthorired.puuishments ia Egypt, and
is :so .terrible lijat even tbe leot and
mnuchreaduring.Arabs screaam with pain
ftor -the first Xew strokes. Kret the
wictim is. laid onihis face on aoaorand
idld tthere firmly. Then his legs .-are
xateol'till the fiat soles of kia feet are
aapermot, . and aacured ya that posi
tion. 'The lush is & species of cat, hut-
vjui awe stranas laclead of alae; aai it:
mgS:aod,cuts frigktrtilly. The torture
is inflicted forvery sb'ght offeacea, aad
maiss the sufferer for many days.
RcMASKaBLC tip relations are reported
At a reeeataaeotinof tbe Medical Com
mittee at Marseilles. Experience has
hown that eholera tvill rage during two
consecutive years ia Xhe sasoe place. It
as been ascertained that caolera made
X "its appearaace at Mazaeilles fast year, a
.r.cae followed by death having occurred
at tfce aospital, in a room enUining
fkianerous other patieats. The disease
who arts immediately advised of the
fact, proceeded to the hosjHtaL Cner
' geticmaasores were takea to prereat
farther eoftaioh, aad ia aviarlo awd
a panic ia the- town the Mayor solicited
aad.aocared the silence of aU persons
aware of thefaote.; The Chief Sareon,
., two ho8Srgeoofe a Wardea, atidtwo.
. Sisiers of Mercy took aa oath to diTMl
awieaioe;, which osth was strictlv kept
t T 4T wuo pfuotu- waa saaoa
yju JatsUciK lajuiiittee.
i . - i .y -r--ra. i
. -w -i .- a-rwv
..sE'fem -,-.., . - "V ..J5fef cK
ii-'j-.A.-seWVf '...- . Ji M.JZL v.w
1 3- .-'
The English GovertuiM
a proposition CO iue p
offering to take seveut
the Alexandria indole i ityj
once or in instalment, t o
of ten years. B
There has been a rn )1
tions existing between
the Republic of Cf6t m
Papal Nuncio, has fce
main at Rome.. ?
A great ball in hopo'ol
vxarins waa recenuyg .i
The United States Co. 1
ports to the State Defui l
mgton tnat tbe Frenca '1
year will exceed that if
million bushels, and that tl
lent. The wheat yield p)
so be abundant. In c '
isbundance the price
Tbde National Prisoa?ii i
United States lately met
President Hayes was cab
nuatber of interesting ma
Is investigating thecal
pended commission firai a
& Cu, of Iuisvflle, it ka 1
tnat tbe senior partner av
house receipts for,030 fpb! I
bis personal indebtedness
National Bank, makingt iej
.foods tkus pawned $l,8tl.
Ax inexhaustible sup ph
has been reached at Finiil
of 140 feet ;
Jobs Chambers, one'af
Mickiean. died reeentl?? i
learinff alarga estate td,a: m
reai, wao married a haec i
girl named Xtte Wbeeeir i
has beeoaie JesJoos of .isr
maa, a&d has entered & l
the la4f ana corn cropsht s
eattmated at abomt sevenfv
i. - r
iae average. g:
Dvsiko the f rst ekof g
awn were killed ia JfewJfS
the giviBgwayef roae blkl n
weight of portable thro ah i
which they were rMleg. EA
uaiuea occurred as dusevc
It has lately cesse to 1
Lord Asspthill, wheaaWi
was so sare that he woe
4eadfroa heart disease
wiere he was aei kaewa
carried ia aie wsirtoeat
tcrtbfcti with hk
The English Consul at Alexandria r-v j
ported recently that many families were
redued to a suffering eondition for a lack of I
the indemnity awarded to them, and hare'
sold their certificates to speculators at a (
discount of fifty per cent,
Recent estimates show thnt tho Michi- j
g.in wheat crop yields somewhat more
than fcixteeu bushels per acre on tho av
It was recently reported that tho French
had captured Mnhonora, in Madagascar,
south of Tamatave.
Four students of tho Collegiate Institute
at St, Catharines, Out., were drowned in
the canal near Port Dalhoiisienot long ago.
There hns been some excitement lately
about the reported Inhuman treatment by
tho Spaniards of a former Cuban officer
confined in a dungeon.
The American and British scientists re
cently nmdo on excursion trip to the
On September 11th there were thirty
seven deaths from tho heat in New York.
In the Circuit Court at Fort Wnvne. a
jockey named Gibbons A. Fitch, recently
obtained judgment for 54,000 for being
struck on tho head with a sulky whip by
A late fire nt Lexington, Ky., destroyed
the stable of Smith & Merritt and eleven
horses and two mules.
The last spike on the Louisville, Now
Orleans & Texas Road was driven on the
11th nt a point about one hundred miles
south of Memphis.
The sugar-refining firm of Burgor, Hurl
butt & Livingstone, of New York, lately
made on assignment, giving preferences
for about $120,000.
J. II. Squish, a private banker in Wash
ington, who recently mode mi assignment,
killed himself with a pocket-knife.
The Social Science Association adjourned
to meet nt New Orleans next December.
Their next annual meeting will be held nt
Saratogn, September, 1SS.".
Miss Sarah E. Stevens recently disap
peared mysteriously from her home near
New Hrunswiek, N. J. Foul play N sus.
pected, os a farmer named Pendrum wa
heard in a quarrel with her.
Tin: old Wlntersdooii House burned at
PlattMiiouth a few days ago. l.o.s nearlv
Stanton- Is building a $7,000 school
I.v the Anti-Monopoly Crceiibnek State
Convention at Lincoln on the 10th a re.so-
idopted nrovidim; fur tl ;u-
pnhitinent or a committee of five to confer :
witli a like committee from the Democrats !
nun oower io enoo; iivi i!.rt , .t ' ...r..-., n.wi
niton tin riwi.m i;..L'. .- ..''. i Lvery bridge on the Chliiewu 1
-f -- -.v ....... r. ty rll -. I IIIIII'II'III'I ffllll. i - . " "
tegular Mze. Only
"MI l-Il'K HA 1IKKX l.OoT
, In the tlool here, a man mimed Kltler.
: drowiiiNl while trlng to nwiiii his 4k
j wife. Major I).tis has telegntlietl to Wa-
. ba.h:i for a steam ferry bont, which will
i come up as mmiii as the .-tage of water will j
1 jfrmit. Work will ! coiiimeticetl oi the j
i bridges to replace tho-e swept away as xoii j
' a the water gN.- down.
Itoth the ( injtewa and Kan Claire Ilivur ;
began falling at noon, after niichuig the un- ;
; precedeuted height of twentj-six feel, tlue-a
; feet higher than the j
f.lH.AT H.OOt iK ISO. ,
lk.t t...t .iall,. .'. tftk .M.k..kA. ...a. I
metiei at lx o'rUnk lat night z ! ot l txt Ul Al . ia-
c.H.1 ..... I wntli 10:38 h ui. Smie Imll ae- . lraUun l nugvr wmaa w
roMiniel It. Sn nral dftHta&r ba- Ut j
reix.rte.1 Ui tlat vMmUj. At WlMto Uir
... k - . . L..I.t.o in4& tt.k
l, ,fic .J mi i. wr. . -.. t - - - -..
Ike Ue t-itMt itrurk aUxtt five o'ufc-ek
In the aftertiAi. It -.wejrf a trnek lei
tliai: a itill.t ami a luiif wkic. Tltete wtii.
of rlomh. -Jightly green u rthtr. lr,
Imke"s fijie laxfx bui' to tMe wat of Tom
I!rkiw ithire, sittuVred Miloiy. inml f
tin wlmiovvs Itelttg Wown In. Tbe
dHtU of tlie Iultitli Railway w,e de
mli4()Nl ami hmidreU of tree Mo-mi
arrov the ttnek ttwiii White Hear hbt
tkHi and hellwomt Tlieru were ffo
wImi xr.fitt tlmt there lwd lietti two
ijaeh Haj U I dfW Uackaw itMlbt Ui
' aoHlier to d tin tft1S "d- lnf
In lit MCKikoot n meanniklt obiivUtt
; tu itoe K0t arUHd htm. Plant) ai
captalw inrolcd Ami wayi lr&rm
ftr ihm a -t vb;ch ho w smm Vm frr
furnl. He thn appf3oHel Uk hr nm4
"Now, Parker. ih irNMr hm .'
T lad rtiMl hv Um wr4 aad
ietag lh Lnila la itUx Sm, nut
lzl ih tireati fato In UiHrv bar him,
Waat me, lrr bo otloti, rjw
"Vi, mjr boy," rrr!l lh ChaUla,
iiiittce was aIo alerted VimV-, .-i ,r n o"tfive railroad bridge and iie wagon "". " f" the m.uSJiwi and mn M will be my oso laa, axl all wUt fe,
i-gate from earl, imtv to i ml i ., n h,i,,-,,s- '" i:a r'-' ""' ' pnK-rty ! nM the north wu The) met at White our."
aUc State c'.nS i " PHiiif. No atI.-faetory oUmati .mi j 'm1 ft-r whleh . the With Uio- nor,l hn fmti to Ufrt
ninge for a Fusion Si'i t'lieb.' ti.? iv . T ! 1m! "a,, at "'Is time. In and In-tween MjwWe. A party tftiaagtil hi Ihreshlng for InU th by' trembioUri, wlst
hai-kerMreuiNHi tiiiiami.7,f ' I r "pV. Hiippevva Falls and Eau ('laiie ihe lu will ! h'1l,s ,I,a''1-l the town of (Jranl. bef. re Mfe wa extinct lh-c..
for Lieutenant-Cover or w deb w", ?" ' ,,ot fal1 ,,orl of Sl.'00,tiWl. and may greatly I in-al.-! ' the Iwrn for .mtretlMi. 'Hie were qu.'iichUg Ihelr MilrU wHh tl
dorsed by the Aiiti-3Iono3ists C Vi x:,' at wim. The Kim Claire Co Com- ?tii-!MTtr topph-,1 over and t;.xirge Kuthcr- flowing hiuod ParUr'a f!a ta aHr-
Urown, of Omaha fDeniiK-nil wn'- .l.,.i" ',:u,-v Iosl turt"u hundrwl and fifty tou of fonl ,AH ward Mteii, Captain Uudr 4tiug tt ot
"H'lidwl as mi Aiiti-Monoistl ' ,'iw to f r ' cual aiMl i7' V,'"; '.V TV'! tru,s? T,,vmK- ' uu.urtuiM.to.
CmiLTi's I., ti... UI! ,V: Lt'amn' , . .ri AM. its iirn.m.vr.4. and fatalh Injured. Iru .1. Swde, the en- - -
- --.. w-" .. ,,, a I1.1L iriMIH'l T1I1II .1111.. !.. .k . .
Stickle lAi.ti-MoiioiHtlisti as ",. ,? ,V t, ! va,I,wl at Si:..0OO. Hiiolnot Iwww i f"" ,a "J" V''M Jrli
for Conirressiii theS.-1-onl l)ir?,.f I1"' sides of tne river are Mibmergcd I "-f wire in.res inrne pasture landi
v ... uik umniii iisii H. i. , ..., i .... ... . ... , Hrk.. 'iti.t -ltl.. ....... 1.1....... ....!... tt
... i itii'i Kii.ii- iipjueuciiMoii is leu H"si ' ..... ii... M iiRmn uimi
named Anderson was .v. tin. wnt.r ,..1.. ti.i. r.......irattn,.. . and ludlv hurt. Hill Ne- of ih Ijimmi..
....... ...v .x 'i.m.-n.-. - ItlMIIMlltlUlir I - - -....... ,
lu-mirntna. was driving with hi brother
In this city over two hundred house a,,"t ", "" ' f Vd.ir lke when
A itrin.v fellow
neatly caught at Omaha while sneak-thiev-
tini: y .Mrs. John Ore
1klMTllll II In n..I .. t t. . ...
....., ..i. nun annual utrrsiMi wiiii a n-
a . - " miv, iliv,i- . Ill'll- IUI Lt llllll,)! Ilitl.'ilr.ul nt.k .. a . !?. PI...
ting be Mrs. .John n.vl 'l 1...1 ' . "" V" """" "" ...,.,.,,., H, ,
1 - -- i..v J 4l 11111 rII
A JMTIIKTIC VA&V
SlArtrtlhtii ,,,il !tlt 1m n I.nnit t ri.Mljr
Hit. I'nthrtlr Mury i.r m I'wIUI, I'nutttj
Tie IDrtl fur III" M"tn i.f l, lt.lt
&rm-itrl nt Ul In I.Ritr,wwrtl, ICm.
IVlllViT 'I'lin f..l!..... ...... . . . "miiimitiinfiliiniit. 'Ill Hill- llie IIJMt I - " - "". "i" lllll'l
Mimii L,.v, ... , S0!. ,t, lhu ,l",!SL, " ,,, hint as far as heard from. While tht. ! u "' "f e wagon by the force of the j Lvr.wmTU. h . SeH-miwr T.
Si 11 linKbi. 1 J!!!"" 1 ! $' I,,ro!'ee,'M to. lpalchis U'llii; written, three buildings 011 ''. -"' l to the side .f the road. ' ral week ago tb.iliwlhoa give
, ,2 i r" 'f ,' '?lwl 1 liride .street oii'thi- wvt side have fallen.! HiMtght leg wu, bmken hi two place be- an account of the death Q a Pt.b Inilr
.Somk little sensat on was p.iiiim1., n...,. . (!..r I-.L-.. ,..i ..- i i...... . ' ""' A "tated, the laiully Wad arrtvi
- .'v . vii- - - 1 1 - .-.,. .... .-HMUI (KJ4I II
ha recently by a rumor of sweeping changes
among Union Pacific officials of tho old
-Clark regime. It was retKirNil tlmt r:..nir.ii
.Passenger Agent .Morse. Cenend Kr..i.l,r
Agent Shelby and Division Superintendents
Nichols, Kgbert and Doddridge would be
.among those who would be removed. It
was also nimored that Ceorge C. Kimball
Cenenil Manager of the Chicago it Wisl
.Michigan, was to be made (ieueral Suitcri.n
lendent. Mrs. Hrown, an old and weal the readmit
of Sarpy County, was nm over and killed
tiain iicir Papillion Station
A Itrport that thr r.rrnt .rlr I In
New ork, Septemlwr V2. At Coney!
wa six hours b..fute the bijurl
man could ! bnmght b town owing ( the
rond Iwl.ig blockaded wltli fallen tree.
n iinisos w 1 r:n uhkc kki
in Clear likii. Iik-IihIIml' m... tM!i.,wii.
Island last evening a strange man was dls- j ("ongrecatli.ii!il and I.itilimii 'chiirelie.
covered attempting to walk the IrestJewoik Humwildt A Co mill.
of llie Marine llailway from .Manhattan bi , wIlH ''estrojcl: b, 10,000. Ai Kan Ckire
Hrighton Ikach. Anollicer put him aboard ' "' . ,V,,,,,?,nI ,:,v,:r U.t ,',lm,t l '
.1 . - 1 .1 , , j " Inslnw high and flll HaIiic lt Inrhes
tiie tram, when the man was recognized . ' lirir .rit .. ,".. tl IZ.Jt. " ....
I John McCuUough. A watch was kepi on ! sKi.h-i. feet .il-iv. ! v,i..r ",,.i. -...1
thuothiTmnniliiKliyal Mil-: Mill rising Heavy rains are reported
he was walk-1 l,m- , e Maruii mv. uiioiign t u hpjmt ttllnitartp. of Ix.th Mrrsm last
ll.t ..B..I !. .. . .... .. -
exatoswa t Jas Pekhs, Ht,
TL ' M- - .-- -m
There are 19,(00 French soldiers in Ton
quin. Dr. Jean Auoustin Barrel, a well
known chemist and physicinnof Paris, died
A son of King Knbik.iua, of tho Sand
wich Islands, was stricken with cholera at
Ciiolkra is dying out in Spain, owing to
tho vigilant quarantine regulations of the
A brutal murder was recently com
mitted by prison guards at Lexington, Ky.,
while they weresupervisingconvicts. Two
of the convicts who were too sick to work
were loshe unmercifully, kicked and
knocked, till they fell senseless. Tho
guards then tried to hire a negro to run
over the bodies with his wacon. Citizens
orcanizoil tn K-...i !,.. ...,.i.. 1.... - ...
0 - .j ..v.u iuu ,uuiiis, uui uuc es
caped and the other is held by officers.
The Rev. Camillius P. Jlass, or Detroit,
has been appointed Roman Catholic Bishop
of Covington, Ky., to succeed Bishop
Stafford & Co., of Providence, IL I.,
and Fall River, Mass., cotton goods manu
facturer, have failed. The liabilities ex
The Shanghai Chamber of Commerce
protests against the closing ot the Chinese
1 rivers to foreign vessels, and unres that
j Shanghai be made a neutral port.
vi.-vu iiuiiHERT, ot Italy, seems to be a
Prince among Kings. Hehas already con
tributed iUJ.000 for the relief of the cholera
sufferers in Italy, and, moreover, he has
gone among the patients cheering and
Benjamin Johnson, colored, was hanged
at Cincinnati recently for complicitv in
the murder of Beverly Tavlor. his wife.
and their little girl at Avoudale, near that
city. Frank Hutchings was hause-J at
San Francisco for murder.
James JL SiirpuEr.n, well known in the
retail trade of Cleveland, was aecentlv ar
retted for stealing from his employer,
and was suspended from Plymouth Church.
He ended bis earthly troubles by bangiug
himself in hisjgarret.
The office of street railway at Augusta,
Georgia, was recently invaded by burclars.
wrho finished ther -work by murdering the
night watchman, saturating his corpse
with oil and burnl4- it into a cinder.
Mormon missionaries named Wiley and
Humphrey, who were lately about to com
mence operations ia .Lancaster County.
South Carolina, promptly accepted notice
irom the citizens to leave.
ExcorraAQrNG reports o the corn and
if-wMw . vfa iinr lS.U 1 CWTI ' n' HI eM?v
-card in- ;eral dsj-trict, u njinoj, M(1 x. w-
It is estimated that the com crop of
Iowa this year will be S,000,OM bushels,
me largest wer known ia the Hajrkeye
per cent, of
it is paid at
over a period J
in the rela-
rdered to re-
no Lzar and
E at u arsaw.
It Lyons re-
lt nt Wash-
crop of this
SI by thirty
:rop is excel-
bland wilt al
ienee of the
ition of the
i of the pus-
kal value of
at n. depth
;n of Mon-
l years ago, 3
;r cent, of
iif. rkti fit.. rni. ...) 1 ... . : iiiit'iii iiLt-11 in iiiiiiii 1111 iiiil n a iiv. .
. ... w.. uiu it..-n, .inn wuen me engineer 1 . , , i .' ' ,,,,,, "'", ' n moru win unng in
1'iew tin; whistle she steped off but when L' uu "IS s"nvj" ni "K'"n , niipimwa u
fhe train had got within a few fi'et of her H5t'?eh, ,!" coinplaiiied of his head 1 mi; Hifnir-T tfiT
he deliberately stepped back In front of 'I'"1 Ul? fcarful ''J1 of, :,,,'1 I"""1 few 1 f I . and it will Ih mvhrd liMifelit All
tie engine. It was probably a case of sul- ',ays- U was evident that the ; eminent tl.- bmlgen on Dunenn Creek at Chiniwa
ei'le. She had been ill for some timr. .n.i ac,or. wns "-'riiiK terribly, and a do-uj , Kails were carried away and ini or rami
was probably slightly deranged
WlV-Lt ,.O....r .. ....w.. .1.... ...
- .. ..-..... ..tin.-i aeij nun noi less tlian
I waicn was Kent uuiii lie reached bis friends
! in New Vork. who had been
'OTiKu:n ok nis roMunoN.
ins that McCuHoiuli fancies he is fol-
Kt Mioli tl'llit t.'l tt In l-lll ! n.l l.o
rj tii it in i iw wii iiiiti, itiiis iju 1
550.000 worth of cattle will be purchased ; it sP(,
for the market in the vicinity of that town 1. wi
tin; full ui"u
.. ...a. . V " " - -'" '" -w-r-- -
I keeps fiouging imairinarv iws constantly. . and manv other finiw hair tafe
at, IheTn7;iuicsas: Mr. McCuliough dined j tmnifiit. The country road bri
A j at .Manhattan Beach W'dnesLiy evening . nearly all gone nut.
A torpedo on the street car track
Omaha shook up a scare n-eent'e.
small lioy was believed to be at the bottom
Il-s are moving out of their home with
tennis In four feet f water. Tl l'honu
Mnnufarturlng Oimpany are io.der walrr.
The (.river' Company, fc)ler ,fc Vn..
i'irhnrd.ton .t CV.. the 1'rrr 1'tcj Cotiifmiir
-Mary Cook, a deaf mute cirl of thirteen
was run over and killed recently by a train frugal
near Davis Creek. Howard County. In ac
nominated for Coventor by acclamation an, x not apjteiir, but certain It is f
?. II. Sheld. the Republican nominee,' was a'lectt'' tne "Htfestivc organs of those
iiuuieii ior i.ieuienant-iiovernnr.
Poim.An, M. September 11. The fob
...I.I. It..!.. t' I 11 1. .
1 wiiii niiKiii .laiiioui, . r i oniicr. ami
Mime other iiiemliers of the blue ribbon '
brigade. The lemonade with which their j
nrki.f iv u-fiulwwl .lj..fn I
.-.'..- ...... ........ UUKII. , , . ,. ..,... . . . .
iiccordance with the custom of ' ',,v,,m; ""l" w" " imrral ugan
Tiik State Prohibition cniivpntlon i. o the party, was of a lKt-uliar iKitcncy. ! ftenlay: The r.-snlt of the Wrrtkm mat
Lincoln on the 11th with J. (;. Miller Per-i Whether there was a trille too I b thus Mtmmaril: The lb-publican bavr
iiianent Chairman. R. Rnwit and (J. Wolf- '' Illucb SU!?nr. or whether the baleful lemons I carried every county In tt:' Stal with th
enberger Secretaries. J. C. Miller w.-ls ' had Ik-cii supplletl with a too liberal hauil i nilMiMl.p.fWlBBftf t.M1, ...kJ,. .. r
They have eliteil twenty -nine Jvnatt,
and the InKmibt only two. They Nave
1 ent after a marvelous fashion.
. itliTi Tkltr.fiTrfiM .r !,- .,.... ...
tiry of State, George E. Uicelow; Treasurer, tullougli, In fact, n.se from the Uble while . n tlie i.,atre, 'Hiey Imv elcriol four
Jacob Fllllerr Amlilnr of I..Ki;A ... XK.IIT W.W VCT YdlXll. 1 .. 1. . ,. ' iwi. ihiimimi
.... ". "-- ui. .ii-vtiiiiiis, 1 , .1 . ...... . , i"piecniaiies in Mingle ir a Jarnr
1) 1. Norton: Attorney General. T. E. Hos- j j?'"1 inunnuniig w.meth.ng about "hat in- IlwJor,t). ,,, ,ure clvrt ($o; JJ .
euei . oiaie 01 iierinicnncnt or Public In- i ',l'"'il wi .-.. ...., j. aK n p..par majority f 17.000. The RrtHft.
htruction, "WillinmT. Kline: Coiiimi-v-ioner ! 'euce with me ; went for a short walk. .J' Vltt JiU , , .L. 'L' !ff;
of Public Lands. L. L. Crosby; Recent, B.I "iIu courting the calmlnc evening breezes ,,000 to r,,ry larccr than ever cat Ufore'
V (.rahain. Hve St John PresWenllal J along the shore he was appnrhci by a (,Hr IwJ,;nU h M. , Cna"hrv,
Llectors were selected. considerate stramrer who knew ,. tU ,, ... . . "!
here jK-nnl n and huogr, hirg paid
all their money for railroad (am, anl
their condition wa uokicxri until tt wai
brought to light by Uie death ol th v
The death of Mr, ilrol'iw uai fo!.
Ihiee mile rnt, ,OWc1 hv the lc.ne. of hrr bul4nlf
ue iu un .ju pnvatjoa, and ailboiutb
be Wan smI.M an:l kludl in ml and
herU did ail In their power to bring him
bck to health, hi d?alb U now ebroui.
cleil All tbit remain of tbe family now
l two cblb ron, a buy two rrsr of ae,
and a tt. girl ir mouth, and thy, Ukv
have tamsti lck ami beyond rtsr, It
U thought. Kverythlng will w3 done for
them that I Kilble, but w!tfilitti hla
ol avlug them.
The palbuilc lde of thi cae, a wlitiU
fainilj pullulate frum hutiftvr in a
land of plenty, vvtwre all that Ht ico.
ar7 to bring uccr w a impl n.
nvuiicemeiil of tbtir ooudUlon, In at
t ratted couldetablc attention nbro4d,
and Xhn orlglual ,tory evpicij fntii
the hau PrauvUco Call, irburq It earn
to tw notice of a Mr Josepblaa Au
tonllu.t a 'o,UU UAj bbi Wrow
t Mr. Peat, who bad bem
prominent io 4Mj,Bf, lh, ml
ending a leaf aD,j a icw UnmotUiUn,
U Pi,ce on ,! grave, and saying that ai.
though pwr hrr,,, tb UmUy were r
coatr folk, and If the 1 addrJ
of Mr. Vat hsi InrnUbed her b had
some go Id j.rj, broognt Irom hr ia
t.v land wbkb .he wouul g.,l,y U)t
the lneflt of th, URrins ifroUaw.
ibc ca U one of llie dd.t in hUtorr.
The .N,Uaal PrUon Asaocmuoa m),
io u. jj-r. Ljroan l AMu-.it .t- i .
,.- IO. .. . . -"" " "CJ
Thf. Anti-Monopolists at Omaha nn ti,
10th nominated C. II. Urown, a Democrat
of Omaha, as Congressman from the First
District, and W. II. Neville, a Democrat
froin North Platte, as Congressman from
the Third District.
The county seat contest In Dodge County j
was decided in favor of Fremont bv over a !
Hoc. cholera in Sarpy County.
iinuxr. a small not in a Lincoln brick
yard a few days ago the foreman was stnick
in the face by a laborer. The injurv. at
first thouzht to be trivial, lyi become "dan
gerous ami the man.Avas reported in a criti
him by MghL The strancer took
his ami, and noticing that he was snf
fcring from what M-emed to lc an over
far exceed our mmt unnrcin' hope.
tt't.lf ........f ?.... Ilu. L... 1...- .1 t
., ....:..:.. i..i ... t.s 1... i 1 M, "- ti'in ni tint vitiJrs-inlLZI
hum 01 tiiiitiiiic, icimrit iiiil linn on innJ 111..-!-. -..... tx-l i-t.. 11 i
n LnrntiJ-inl lJTni.il trail. Vn.l .,t , ,ll.,.-,b.. Mt'1Ct ".. H"'1 U' HrtnVM JWOO,
n ' V-.iv Trt- n..wr-.r O.... ,7r I UC " ?"Hty VIS. In 1 K-HI
i.s" Tt"t." "....,.. Tr!...i' 7. .: . " v W.VXK aMl Andrew- i in.
auorr. Mt ,TM,(, t
I'lm, , Iter. . ,. Wa,ot MlA4ukJ
read .!.. c. " 11" 'HfW. w'
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him simultaneously. McCullouch reached
his hotel, the Su James, in safety, and felt
.so far recovered yesterday morning llwt Iw
breakfxsted with his manager, Joviph
St. Pai'l, Septemlier 12. Advices from
the country visited by a cyclone show that
the damage was greater than at first re
ported. At Chippewa Falls, Wk. the Io
by the cyclone and the flood which foL'oteJ
S 100,000. 3Iany families are hotr.elcM.
Robert Wallace was drowned. At C!eir
Lase. Ws- Mrs. IL JL Ilurdicx. Win. Cav-
half the frame build, nc In the city
pa-tures wlwre wire
na! were blown
against tbe fences and badly cut.
E committal suicide . '
itlie head at Oinaha ! IeI,?inf Ia5Vuscd lh5 2??,';
lrt.,. i against the fences and badb
The enterprisinc people of Ord were re
IKirted to be arranging to build a crclone
pnof cellar. The plan is to dig a lame
hole in tlie public so.nare into which the
;topulat:on will nish every time a fnnnel
sliaiied harbinger of niin dims the Iinrizbn.
Iikui:b Cor.vrv croj will averace as
follows, aeeordinc to a local naner- viii
ten bushels )wr acre: oats twenty-five and ! T!,e toVl1 lo?: vas s?i50,000.
uiiny: coin, iotty to seventy-five.
by shooting himself in
recently. Cause, unknown.
The fourth convention of tlie American
Evangelical Lutheran Immigrant Missionary
Sieiety closed recently at Dakota City after
a session of three days. Tbe object of this
society is to care for the temporal, and
spiritual welfare of the German and English
Oiaox Webe, aged eighteen, convicted of
marderim? Lang Care at Ainsworth. waa
sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary.
Ijxoolx was ercited over tbe discovery
at the corner of F and Eichteer.lb stm
of a bundle of wow.ms clothing satnrate
with Wood and perfor.itfd In several places
with what was suppose! to be ballet holes.
TnE Willuore raurder trial cost Hadisoo
A irslit y 1 17. The enure lb-tcb!ia:i ttckrt
-lecied b a big maiuritv.
Tlie latt a to tbe Iiiw of R"prren
tatives "-bow 117 Rfobiraiv lfrtd Ut 3t
Democrat: a ;t RepuMkan sain of 7. ,
St. Jonx. N. F, i.vpjernbcr 10. Th
latent IbraVr nenr U aptitliie. Th t
tt la-it rjteJt U sbwt 5 re htm4re( Uocu4
Itd rde a' H"wu,t,r Alr,, mt
,sft. tr Pardoning 'OMrr't ,.!..!"
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nfcj. rr vi r. ..
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by Irfeor YtuU
My oecut. ytuv tr; I. '"
In ,mtBa w" tTjo8 tmtm&tmnt
1 r,ri KltM !,
J'W. I. ipWb9t S
J. C. Binisbsm. Hbo etr.n-1 v.. r
Rt. .'.-- j . ".. m-
titAls anl im tbe tfHlUM wj of New- T. ng ijj abocip of bi attriJ
fomxifcind fsrabte hnnttot. AUxvt 1ir fW!6I Rre featurdr rTeajn- !o
H:hthaiKlrefaiKe are rrfrter Uarr- caujr OJ M eoiaicr
Si aad vnLihtitvr ftf. at nrrnt (.l. I 4ifli th. t .. . wwpw.
Ti- ij .. vJl-..u.;i ..f .. "- I" 1 Otn
.- ...a. L.... .. LZJ.: . .L.. j
, ,, o..... . i U-l T ; i . . . ... . . . mj &
axiausu, .v. ii. wuu'i i mjhj aiiei u-hb ; l.aDT3or 1 HIXMlst ! ieTS. Captain
were t.iuvtu inn .-ye, wie nuiwmM, iiau a i .Mattttel. ol tae tmsli nnrr iloter. zrjwt
leg broken and was otberwirebaillyinjniel. . two biwdrert al ftfly un- W-rtrr ts,
jonnx-ltroversniiuwxscaiiugefl-siw.ovo. j fWrt Vaiham lJsitd 2iMf C
t Clayton. Vottatiu Iay.
Thn-M trHr-rg tatrlr
drove south of Cxe; Sfw krttn Jto Ut.
trat-sc of tbeoeeas taaMT. Advtet fmu
Trrpoty-rv this mctw rfo't two usc
disater rn rtUfyixvrarar tit tbe bwTxaiic
Il-rjr Str lmjic.
L.1 Ckok, Wk. SeptiaUrf ia.K f
porw of itaouge to rood snd farmmr coin-
to what ris h-,4, i.t. i.i
- -t .rvw T.,l MUi,
a It fcoacrrused t. M.. Wir4
t f a, ad miasba ia,t,f :Ji
fc u irvrr mrrJrd Jy . min to
r.ed off 3, & w,re WIJlr W4i rty
Ssgsnd dolts bu,lwrw la IWJ. It
pitced lo !., ,t WL. Ward ua
to lb rrlderof of hrr
'a JuaerlcaAeVs.ML.n .,, .-,..0..
.AJ W . M . .1 . -w
Saa eU.ttUa slurs
Peoria. L.u. Septexaber 12. A bjos
dire calamity occurred at Pekin yt?terday
morning about 7:30, in the explosioo of the
cookers at the Enterprise distillery. The i
building is onTied by Spellaun and
01 LHis eirv. ana is a ioui wrecjc ioe una . ,. : . .. . ... . i .- .
will nmhablv reab KioOO Tle w. " " f' W' I.OSa "??' .? t ? 4. Ti Sa
-r- ,-',.:. --laaiiic. Jicge raie o; wnat ccru:iffi war psTMciaau . r.t-- r-J!
its nicuiprr ai iBi f ...-. . . ..- z. - ?. i
T-S. .'.InLVI13" rrajn swezs are tteri cter t we caa r .'w ,.piir- bai
bottom lands. TUc watrr iJtJeti lir ta Mtviiu. i-4-t- 10
..w t- d - . . ..J.m.-- . "
UiUW5 IB IJKTTOiS, iriCliiy M3fU"Z H
mnnitie by Saturday niiht' uzta tttatltwu ' ' arrir
rLklTf to conw fB- In aI1 th 'M valley la ssoa-t' Usr , it,! -d iiaab. Tb
J ? thh ai,d adjoining coznU tbe br aa.1 , UlW VM JS
seven persons in
time, three of whom are dead. Andy Duf
fin was instantly killed, the top of hU
bead being est off. lie leaves a wife aad
four children m destitute circasiaseej;
E. DufSa leaves a wife and two caUdres,
also in destitute cLtomstaaces; , Weka
Miikrls also killed; J. Murphy, tbe
Beer, is alire. bat will die, as bis
Torrents. irexaHy Utirz hast KMkm t ta Udr aad -ttd tJ
ihioagb enltitaie.1 load. sd l 1 case to h oa ol ciioUrfa. aad &
wreckage of all sort la tie Arid j elerirysaa fi.cl. SaciadSa? Jai
2o esstisiate of te dimacv cooM be ao
caratdy amde yd, bat it i lare. Tlrt
wasaects oa tbe sallr&idt lure beea re
paired aad trafau iare left fere tm the
Bay aad Cakag a Kortaweetra ttsadc
faad Mbrs. T iWa -kte.4 W
wea asv loeJ & cisiai- i
sstiofkk at yUAfA, &Gt
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