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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. C. HOSMER, PflWlster.
Defective sidewalks have cost Dcs
Moines $2-1.000 in four years through
damages to pedestrians.
The British gave to Mete Kingi a
7n Hilary funeral because, as aXcw Zea
land chief, he had afforded valuable
support to the Government at a critical
juncture in the history of its rule.
Among vegetable petrifactions from
Arizona arc moss agates in which the
field is colorless crystal and the impris
oned matter brilliant red, green, gray
:md brown. They are found in large
Intelligent and s'stcmatic attention
to physical culture in college., instead
of permitting the students to continue
their sports in an indiscriminate man
ner, is advocated by President Robinson
of Brown University.
It is proposed by some English engin
eers and capitalists to connect the Baltic
:ind Black Seas by means of a canal
from the Danube near Vienna to the
Oder near Breslau. The distance is
about two hundred miles.
In several of the counties of England
the gentry have moved successfully
again.sL the licensing of liquor booths at
liorse races, and the rumsellers have re
taliated by killing off all the foxes, so
that the sport of hunting is spoiled.
A HEGitETKUL report of the visit of a
circus to a town near New York is given
In the Chridinn Advocate. Many pro
fessors of religion "went with the mul
titude to do evil," and the only pleasant
fact to note is that "the show was of an
inferior order, giving a great deal of
An agreement has been entered into
by the French Minister of Po.-ts by
which special postage stamps will be
Ksued for the ridiculous little princi
pality of Monaco. Upon them the
reigning Prince, styled Charles III.,
will have the pleasure of seeing his
Tin: ingenious method adopted by
Russian military authorities of instruct
ing the rank and file in the art of
shooting by furnishing them with hand
kerchiefs on which the construction of
the rille and its use are explained has
been carried a step further. The hand
kerchief is now being used to familiar
ize Russians with the history of their
An old soldier declares that the gal
lant Sheridan, when on duty thirt
3'ears ago in Texas, was the best singer
of Irish songs and dancer of jigs known
in the whole regular army. "lie was
no bigger than he is now," this inform
ant emphatically asserts, "but he was
livelier, I guess, and I never go into a
variety theater that I don't sec -worse
pallor and trot (singing and dancing)
than Phil Sheridan used to give us."
The New England Historic Genea
logical Society has received a complete
set of the Xcio Hampshire Jicgistcr from
its first number in 1772. The collection
was made by John Wentworth. of
Chicago, who intended them for the
New Hampshire State Library, but the
trustees did not respond to his sugges
tion, and he changed the destination of
his gift. There are onlv live complete
tcts of the licqisicr, one of which is
going to London, one to Paris, and one
is in Chicago.
The late Duke of Wellington was
very fond of animals and at the park
iit Slrnlhlieldsnyo ho "kept a herd of An
gora goats, which lie imported from
the East about ten vears ago. Thov
"have been shorn every season, and the
"wool was used for the Duke's coats and
"waistcoats. Ho also possessed a imm
bor of very Hue mules, several llamas,
and a flock of the small Ardennes sheep,
'which produce the finest mutton in the
world. The Duke also carried on the
culture of trout
Theke was excitement in the railroad
station at Westtield, Mass., when a
stray trunk turned up with no marks
to show its destination, and emitting
such a stench that a council was held as
to what should be done with it. Visions
of crime lloatod through every mind.
"With fear and horror the lock was
forced and the cover raised. The cause
was found in a lot of huckleberries
that had fermented, and a quantity of
cooked corn beef and other eatables
which hail spoilod from the heat and
Genekat. Hancock, lately on a West
ern tour, is said to have received a let
ter asserting that the writer had lent
various sums of mono' to his nephew.
Lieutenant Frank Hancock, out on the
plains. Frank died not long ago, and
the General had undertaken to adminis
ter upon his estate. The letter intima
ted that there were good reasons why
this claim ought to be quietly satislicd.
Hancock declined to be agitated by this
onslaught. Again the fellow wrote of
chnmship Avith the dead Lieutenant in
the far Southeast, described himself as a
gallant adventurer into Eastern civiliza
tion, as a friend advised the General to
silence scandal by takiug the insignifi
cant, sum of $50 out of his own wallet.
Then the General replied that the de
mand would never be met unless clear
proof of its justness was supplied. The
applicant turns out to be a confidence
luan of extensive experience. His Tex
as record shows him up as & swindler of
masons. An official communica-
of a lodge at
THE WORLD'S D01KGS
A Summary of the Dailf Newt.
POLITICAL 71NI rKIWOXAL.
Johxpii Busker, Chief of the Cincinnati
Firo Department, died from Injuries re
ceived by a recent collision between hi
wagon and a fire-engine.
Jin. Kirk, the new Japanese Minister to
the United Stateu, arrived at San Francisco
recently on tho steamer City of Fekin.
Jonw IL Fly.ix, Master Mechanic of tho
Western & Atlantic Itoad and President of
the American Association of Matter Me
chanics, died at Atlanta, Ga., October 1.
The Duke of Cambridge is going to visit
Ireland for tho purposo of inspecting tho
troops stationed thcro. Great precautions
will be taken to insure tho safety of tho
Duke In tho "enemy's country."
General William A. Tuuoor, n well
known citizen of .Detroit, shot himself
fatally on October 1st.
Sir Erasmus Wilson, an cminont Brit
ish doctor who died recently, bequeathed
$1,0)0,000 to tho Royal College of Surgeon,
London. Thy interest on this i.um is to be
devoted to the education of young men in
An inspection of tho Canadian Pacific
Itoad has recently been made by the Chief
Engineer of Government linc-s. He reports
that a force of five thousand men is nt
work on each side of the Selkirk Moun
tain's, and that track will lw laid to tho
Pacific ocean by next spring, nt the latest.
General Lord Wolselev and htnfr left
Cairo for Khartoum on September UOtli.
The statuo of JJnch was unvi-iled at Ks
senach, Germany, lately, in tho presence of
the royal family.
On September 57th tho Massachusetts
Gas Company htruck the largest well yet
developed in tho Tnrentum field in Penn
sylvania. Tho vein was strack on the
Grist farm at a depth of 1,'2W.
An attempt was lately made to blow up
tho Council House at Salisbury, England,
the explosion causing but slight dnimigo.
The Copyright Congress has decided that
authors belonging to tho Union shall enjoy
equal rights with natives of all contracting
countries. A permanent International Bu
reau was formed.
Chicago capitalists aro said to ho nr
ranging to build a railroad from Monroe,
La., to Pino Bluff, Ark., a distance or' J50
miles, through the cotton bolt.
Andrew J. Cooper and other Chicagoans
have incorporated at Springflcl 1 a com
pany with a capital of $1,000,000 to operate
a gold mine in Michigan.
Daniel W. Fuller, an Adventist ex
horter of Chesterfield, Michigan, grew
weary of waiting for golden slippers, and
haugod himself in his barn a few days ago.
Hoos aro dying by wholesale of pleuro
pneumonia in Western Maryland, Gover
nor Hamilton having lost over ono hun
dred. Tho diseaso has been spread by the
casting of dead animals into the river.
An engiii'i and freight cars on tho Texas
Pacific Railroad wero wicked October 1,
near Plaguemore, Tvx. Tho fireman was
scalded to death and tho engineer slightly
The coloiod war veterans of Central
New York lately celebrated the thirty -third
anniversary of tho rescue of "Jerry," tho
lugitivo slave, nt Syracuse. Fred Douglass
delivered the address.
In Lyons, France, ,'!),000 workmen havo
long been out of employment, and ytormy
meetings aro frequent.
A CYCLONE lecently parsed over the
southern part of Kansas City, injuring five
workmen engaged on iho roof of the Pres
byterian Church, and probably fatally in
juring a sixth. A few buildings were
slightly injured, but beyond that there was
no damnge. .
Another dynamite plot has lwcn un
earthed in Cracow, Involving the arrest of
There aro rumors in Panama of a revo
lution against tho Ceroora Government, led
by General Denj. Ruis.
The foundation of tho new Stnte House
in Charleston, W. Va., lately caved in, do
ing great damage to tho building.
A CLOUD-HUR'iT nt Pachuca, Mexico, on
September T7th, caused tho death of thirty
persons and inundated valuablo mines
and works. Tho fall of rain was tremen
dous. The English steamer Cordillera was re
cently stranded in the Straits of Magellan.
The rolling mill of tho Dupout Powder
Yards, nt AVilniington, Del., recently blow
up with a terrific report. No one was hurt.
William M. Woodside. of Chicago, in a
milo race nt Boston for professional bicy
clers, was defeated a few days ago by It.
James, of England, one foot.
Patrick Minnie, a hotel kacper at Court
land, Ala., was lately murdered by a mob.
Theenu-o of tho ou.rage is not known.
Recent advices from Washington
are to tho ilTvct that it is probable
tho court martial in tho case of
General Swaim will decido that tho
charges against him have not been sus
tained, and will recommend that he bo re
stored to his rank in tho army.
Mrs. IIkinrkith, a German wifo at Potts
ville, Pa., killed Miss Mary Linderman re
cently by stabbing her to tho heart. Jeal
ousy of her husband was thp cause.
Mary E. Barrows and Oscar E. Blnney
havo been sentenced to be hanged the
third Friday in December 1SS3, for the mur
der of Thomas Barrows the woman's hus
band." Patrick Minnie, a hotel-keeper at Comt
land, Ala., was mysteriously murdered by
a mob October 1st.
On October 1st, at Chicago tho Funeral
Directors' Association of the United States
commenced its third annual convention ia
It is said that a son of O'Donovan Rossa
vas lately in Paris boasting that he hail
o0,')C0 francs with winch to buy dynamite. J
Antonio Maldonado recently enticed !
Nestera Ramirez from her home in San
Antonio, lexas, and outraged her. lie t
was forced to marry her tho nest day.
Xcstera is just eleven years old.
Tub New York Chamber of Commerce
met on October 2 1 and passed resolutions
urging tho President to co-operate with
other nations for tho purpose of bringing j
to n close the iranco-Lhinese war wbich :s !
greatly damaging tho commerce of the .
United Suites with China.
Mu. Hakkixgto.v, Secretary of tho Irish '
National League, complains of the falling i
ofE of the receipts from the Irish in Amer-1
It was recently proposed by the Italian
soldiers to subscribe for a sword of honor
for King HumberS in recognition of his
heroism iu going among the cholera
patients at Naples lo minister to their
Mausual Swautz "Wilder, tho leading
criminal lawyer of Allegheny County, Fa.,
lately died of coagestiou of tne brain.
The estimated amount required for tho
support of Indians for tho next fiscal year
is. N;7,23S,G59. The present appropriation is
At Lost Creek, Pa., Abram and Dan
Hiukle, brothers, were killed by an ex
plosiou of tho sulpbsr-packer at No. 2 col
liery, a few day ago.
Crick Poxkuot, who is now publishing
the United States Democrat in New York,
and who fornierly resided in Denver, was
indicted for Bsrjury at the latter place a
He has also been charged
witbawindlingand obtaining rooay under
falae pretenses. Ib-qaisition papera har
been Usud for his arreit-
Bill Isarrn, colored, lately assaulted a
colored girl in Franklin County, MIssU
sippL He was takm from a Magistrate by
a party of men and hanged.
New interrogatories were filed by tho
Indianapolis Xtntincl on Oetober 21 for
Mr. Blaine to snrer, relative to bis mar
ring'? In Kentucky.
The French Government lately decided
to impose a small poll tax on every person
landing at Calais or Boulogne, the money
to be used In improving the harbors on the
Patrick Minnie, who is proprl-tor of a
hotel at Coartland, Ala., was recently mur
dered In a mysterious manner
The Funeral Dirrcton.' Association of
America recently held ite third annual ses
sion at Chicago.
A party of fifty 0age children will
attend tho school at Carlisle, Pa., whero
the tribe will pay $S,0X for one year'
instruction for them.
It wai recently estimated by 77! IlaU
tray A'jc that ',.V3 miles of "track have
been laid in tho United States since Jan
Joel Blair, a Deputy Sheriff of Gray
son County, Tex., accidentally shot and
killed himself not long ago, at Waldron.
Scott County, Ark., whence he bad gono
to rapture a horse thief.
Wii.ua it A White lately caught George
Lee, a chicken thief, in his hen house at Dan
ville, Va. Lee broke looso to run away,
when White shot and killed him. His
nction is commended.
A quadruple murder recently occurred
near Fiillerton, in Nance County, Nebraska.
In addition to tho four persons lound dead
two farmers, a child and woman it is
believed that oth-r farmers, who have
lately disappeared, were murdered. There
I- no clue to the murderers, but tho general
belief ts that it was done for purposes of
The large j-welry commission house of
C. R. Wardell & Co., at Indianapolis, was
lately entered in broad day light by
thieves who stole Ix-twoon seventy and
eight very fine watches. The proprietor
had merely stepjwd out for a fow mo
ments. Tv.-enty-eive leading stockholders of tho
Louisville & Nashville road met not long
ago in tho former city anil unanimously
adopted a resolution to issue $.",00.,O(iO in
additional bonds, or sell .7),00J shares of
unlisted stock, tho proceeds to b ii-ed in
dischirging a 11 mting debt oM-l.T.'S.O'JO.
Wheat to tho amount of 1,00s) tons was
not long since shipped from San Francisco
to New Orleans, over the Southern Pacific
route, destined to Liverpool.
Not long ago a highwayman nt Indian
apolis stopped a streot car at eleven o'clock
at night ami demanded tho driver'.s cash,
which was refused. Ho then pulled his re
volver, fired two shots and killed Albert
Mullirinn, the only passenger on tho car at
the time. The murderer is unknown.
A rkoisterkd letter containing :10,8"0
in bonds was recently stolen from the mail
between New York and East Hainp-.on,
The will of tho late E. C. Lamed, of Chi
cago, was probated recently. It disposes
of ,:'.) i,u00 worth of property, which is loft
to his threo children in r qual shaie-. Some
small bequests are made to rolati-cs and
The Government Light-houso Board re
cently issued orders for the building of a
largo light-houso and keepois's dwellingnt
Grand Maries, on tho northern shore of
Lake Superior, and also for the erection of
two keepers1 dwollings at Point Ray, on
the coast of California.
Dr. P. F. McSweenky, of Notre Damo
University, Indiana, who is supposed to
bo insane, recently made application for
employment at Erie, Pa., offering to ongago
in a wide range of employment. Among
others he offored to saw and split wood,
teach Latin and Greek, or "tend bar."
A rang of men called at Dennis Mc
GraU.'s house in Providence, R. I., ono
night not long since, inviting him to ac
company them into the woods. The next
morning McGrath's body was found In tho
river. His templo was stove in, and every
thingindicatedthathohnd been murdered.
A number of arrests havo been made.
The New Orleans 'Longshoremen's Asso
ciation lately notified the various foreign
shipping agents, steamship lino, barge
owners, and others, that members of tho
association would not work on vessels
where non-union men were employed.
There will no doubt bo a strike soon. Tho
dissatisfied freight-handlers, it is said, will
join issues with the 'longshoremen and
make an effort to forco their demands for
an increase of pay.
On October 4'h there wero .'J24 new can
cholera nnd 171 deaths in Italy. There
were twenty-llvo deaths in Genoa and
fifty in Naples.
The charcoal sheds attached to George
P. Whittakor's iron works at Principio,
Md., recently took fire. About t0J,000 tons
of charcoal wero consumed.
It is said that Mr. Nimmo's statistical
report on foreign commerce will show that
the entire exports of manufactured pro
ducts from England to all other countries
do not equal the internal commerce of the
United States in like products.
James Love, a colored desperado of
Denver, was lately sentenced to fifteen
years' imprisonment. The crime for which
he was sent up was tho stabbing of Tom
King. Love was a member of an "Uncle
Tom's Cabin" Company.
The fifty-fourth semi-annual Conference
vf tho Mormon Church recently opened at
Salt Lake City. President Taylor made
a congratulary address, and Apostle Wood
ruff followed. In the afternoon Apostle Lo
renzo Smith complimented thecougregation
on the number of babies present, and
boasted that tho opposition of tho wholo
nation could not prevail ngiinst fruitful
uses. "The Lord," Apostle Erastus Snow
said, "had given us the earth, and we must
multiplv and replenish it." Tho Taberna-
cle was about half filled.
It is announced that Tennyson is about.
to publish ii new dramatic poem. The sub
ject is "Thomas a Becker.'
The imports of dry goods nt New York
during the week endiug October 4, were
iT i3 reported that Mr. Russell Young,
,l0 American Minister to China, has be-n
trying to negotiate a peace between China
ai;,i Frauce, but without success. It is
stated that Mr. Young ceted entirely on bis
own responsibility, and was not requested
to act by either Power.
Da. J. "W. .Martin; of Little Rock, was i
recently pursued by a mob, who charged
him with the commission of an outrage on
the person of Miss Kattie Lecheret, who
belongs to a very estimable family.
Georgk Stevexs recently-kidnapped his
3-year-old Iittla girl at Pittsburg. As the
kidnapper was led into the police station
thi little girl continually cried for "mam
ma." DUKEra the week ending October 3rd
there were 194 business failures in the
United States and 25 iu Canada a total of
217, against 213 the previous week. The
failures in the Southern States were more
numerous than usual.
A hcrricaxe recently swept over lee
land. Nineteen trading vessels and sixty
fishing boats w.?ro wrecked off the coast.
and thirtytwo ressels were disableu. The
i"" of life was appalling, though the par-
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.
An Inmate of tf.e poor hoi nanx-d
Thomas Mabcr. died a: Unrtdn the other
day from the effect f wounds InSirted
upon Ulnviclf a few day prestoas when ho
, attempted .utcklc by cutting his tbroaL
At Madison the other night Grorce C
' Stephenson was fataliy bot by Mrs. Mary
E. Warren. McjhenonN drive tatetcti.
was that lie was sitting on a" wash tub
' peaking in a friendly
manner to Mrs. ar-
rwt, ho without naming or provocathwi
drew a rcToiicr asd abot htm. The oraan
j Ml from a ,ond-torr whwlow at Un-
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Aa the other day and struck th? dewmk
wjtiarely npfiii Uvr Iiratl. and tr2Ugu to ay
aa but light!y lnju:eL
A ffKitaiAN itanivtl August Ooinan vrxx
ii j. win a ra,iiiu-7iui; .-.. ...
-in i i . .i . . ..,. A.t...- .Imr
h u,msI tn lw a
the elevator when a Minuar engine sen.
mother car against It, crtte-lung lum.
Tin: editor of the Os;.ola lictvnl has a
rO.000 libel suit on Ida ltami aud h Ulk-
ug of mortgaging the projrty of Ids
It h rciKJttctl that a good dail of tho
:om alxmt Ktcmotit will icld about Mjvt'rj
.y-!ivej biuhchi to the acre. !
The Crete tihJr say that Mr. W. II. ,
ncrmiith. who is visiting that town. b the
sliest man in the iftate. Hi wr-eI In the
tkTinan army during the Kmuco-I'niaeaan
war and wa- known as the talhst man In
the rnivdati artur. He was one of lti- '
i (ventr Willi.tms Ixxly guard, and iueres j
' ix feet, nine iiK'he-. and a half. He '! a
rctitieiiiau of wtfiith and proi- to pur
Hia.se a f.irm and "UiU Iu-j s wrds Into plow .
-!iares and fpfars Into rur.ing hooks.'1
Is the Keith County School ImvI injiinc- 1
tion cae, recently lefnre Judge Hauler, of .
Ogal'ala, the (o-irt dechlitl tliat A. ('.. Ken- ;
lall, Imd romuii-siouer. I- Atideuzarten,
1'reaMirer. and H. C. Blemlale, County Clerk.
.lid not conspire with Doni to m-cuic Keith
County .-chool Iantl- by fraudulent Ievj. j
.ind that the lands wero lawfully appraix-d:
ami aNo that the lands were not appraised (
for ale before leasing, and Mitainetl the in-
junction, making the auic erpetual. '
Dr. II. 1. Mathewjon,
the Asylum, and Kev. I. W. Howe, Cliajk-
lam of the retiitentiary, as delegates to at
tend the National Conference of Tublic
('harith&i and IJeforiiiatones to be held in
it. Louis October 13th.
The. set tiers on the Omaha Ibvserve, which
was thrown open lat April, propose to je
tition Congress to change the terms of pay
ment. PosT-orr irn changes in Nebraska during
the week ended September -V7: Kstabli-hed
Atlanta, Phelps County, Alw.-I (iodnrd, post
master. Discontinued Midland, Colfax
County: Silver, Cinge Cuiuity. Postmaster
ajiiHiiiited Coon Praine, I.oono County,
Hk.v K. Coin;, a prominent young man of
Lincoln, has disappeared, leaving :i young
wife liehhid him. He is also charged with
Kx-Covekvok Kii:xa. Cmnnusionorfor
the State at the New Orleans Kxpo-ition,
has invited the ladies to occupy a jMirtion of
the snace devoted to the interests of Ne
braska, and Mis. Kbriglit, on behalf of tho
Kducatioual Department of Woman's Work,
appeals to the ladies to contribute photo
sraps of school buildings, plans and speci
lications of heating and eiitilating th.it are
superior, well-written reports, of auv kind
that are tho work of pupils, map drawing
or fiec hand drawings or any kinder
garten work. She also iequsts any mother
or teacher to write an nttielo that will he of
interest. Such contributions should be sent
to W. W. .(ones, at Lincoln, or Mrs. Kbright
Tin: foui th annual fair of the Uuffalo
County Agricultural Society, recently held
at Kearney, was a great success. The grain
ixhibit was especially fine.
Tin: Methodist bunday School of David
City recently made, an excursion to Lincoln.
There wen: nearly six hundred in the party.
Some of the colored people of Omaha are
"kicking" airaiiist the appointment of K. II.
Overall as v. representative of the. colored
people of Nebraska to the New Orleans Ex
position. IIeck.sti.v the discovery was made of a
quadruplo murder thirteen miles west of i
Kullerton. in Nance County. A farmer I
named Percival. an Knglishman by birth, i
was found shot to death, together with his I
wife and child. Hugh Mare, also an Eng
lishman, who lived with Percival, was also
found dead, having evidently been smoth
ered. They were all in KuIIeiton on the
day previous to the murder, doing some
trading. Two other farmers had dis
appeared from the vicinity, and it was
believed that they had also been
killed. The object of this wholesale mur
der was no doubt robbery, as Perceval had
drawn a large sum of money fiom bank
while in town, none of which was found on
his bo tv or about the hou-e. '1 he bodies of
tlie two men wero found at tho barn, whero
it is thought they weiemuidcred and robbed.
after which the villains went to tho house
aud killed Mrs. Percival and Iho child.
Percival was a prosperous farmer, and has
wealthy relatives in Kndaml.
A ur.rsT VkioIit recently attempted sui
cide at Lincoln by taking strychnine.
Cause: "Woman and wine.
The Omaha papers lately devoted much
space to mysterious talk about a "suje
.1. (J. Mii.m:i:, nominee of tho Prohibi
tionists for Governor, has addres-ed a letter
to Governor Dawes, inviting him to a joint
canvass and di-ciission of the issues in
volved, before tho people.
11. 15. Low::.STEiK, ah insurance agent,
was recently arrested at Omaha charged
with selling a horse and buggy Ndonging to
the Nebraska & Iowa Insurance Company,
and tike.'i to Cuming County for trial.
"Ir Smells to Heaven," 'The Stinking
Water Iind Steal," are some of the signifi
cant headings now adorning some of tho pa
jers of the fctate.
Tin: l. fc M. Railroad recently came snap
judgment on the city of Omaha, which was
trying to prevent the road crossing a certain
street and had stationed a jK!:ceuian at a
certain point to watch operations. The
other night as the joltceuian carefully
guarded ono crossing tho road quietly cut
through at another, and the next morning
had a canal cut through to tho depth of
eight feet and the track laid.
Lixcoiy is to have the electric light,
A MAN named Falovv. aged fifty-live, and
his son aged thirty, the other night stopix-d
at an Omaha hotel. Upon retiring they
blew out the gas and were found next day
nearly dead from asphyxia. They were re
stored with extreme difficulty.
A wkm.-ii:esski man recently succeeded
iu getting a forged draft for two hundred
dollar? co-bed at the bank of Metcalf & Pet
singer, at Central CItv. He escaped with
the tnonev. oitliough the fraud was soon ite
tceted. The forger name i Davis.
Tin: toodv of an infant wrapped in a
blanket wa- recently found tioatmg In the
river at Omaha. It had probably been (
thrown in a few hours after birth,
Hi:i:r:::irr Fostki:. a bov of foHrteeu. vras
. r. .1 1.5 .a a.:-
;nro .vi i worn uls pmiv k ka tiere-
ilATiLL.v Javi.:. of Wayne, a woman
noted for the strength and vigor of her
tongue, recently drove her hrtbauI from
Ins home and then hanged herself. She
was forty years old aud had been twice mar
ried. CuAKiJi? Coopeh. of Furnas County,
netted $3,500 from his crop ot broom com,
rabsed from a hundred and twenty-Ore acres,
la falL This year he has harvested two
thousand acres and will realize a large sum.
It Ls now selliug at Slio a ion.
Tiik AleUiodbUs of Hartingdoa are pre
paring to erect a new church. " A lot has
been donated by the town company.
ArosT-OFFicE has been established at
UOrCItfOR ST. J0H5.
Th- Prohibition mlit fr Vrrlitni
iss lit f"orwil Lil-r of ,wii-
Ck:cao, October L Tho flij- is
3Ir. St. Jdbn'j Wcr of ace?:
Ola the, Kan- i-tembcr 3. lL
Haa. SancufH rte Uo. UwUxsiia of Umt CfetC
My Drvk Sat: In tomakj iccteftlng
th- tMtitiutAUOti for JirJvTt, te4vwJ to
Jac by the NUai IrkibiU' Coavslea ,
a. pmabBrgh, p.t, Jaly 2S, Iv. 1 taJtr Um
' pjir:imtT to ,4Je that whtto Uw KMHr
waa neither ot(at tmt &citvl Ir Mr, yrt
It U groatly apprunalcd. K'iitl
a I: wa, by a coaTrntlow oo-;r-44l
of dcncatr 1hj in jotet if aorav!
orth aiid UH-ntai atHbty were felly i-ja1
it not utrrur, to an ioliUcu! ctcst-a
uia over nfwminvw in intf rowll,- iso
' ta cttthrU; AJru-an ,lar ,1;
Mt ie iwic j-ikT-r -.- u, . -ii w. ii-rni
itoild go old prvjmik'tfti ati nt.iw; tr.fr.
'1 o-day the tsnlttrt." of tie Xrih anl Snitb
flt iH fnetMby telUH m U mr rteui
nels, uiier Umj ic iiac. evvry -rtioti f
the cirtmtrj fciowlrlglKaMocHif?e to the
some Cn eminent. Tlcr ivcwt . x lmn
when or fipif could Uftor ttxl U, ami
when it ttui wore ltnioruiti Uwit
th-y lKMtkI top ami thiok Hmui nt.
With KunufM-tKius hutt ns tknvn,
bank-S I re-fckt:tj:. errlaiu f.uV
mg in bu.n, ,urilir uaMe,
WeJm wial mlUuz at the hotm rkot
b.r ftrty cent, ncr bti"lM'','uI hainfrrrt' tf
thufrMUd? nt iwiutrious me-luinlr anil
laboring men who are willinc u rk. bo:
ran .ret iitjtlnni; U do, it wms tn tar thnt
tiie tM- ha. nmie for tb Jej4e, w h uro
the irre of ail politiral powf, u ciU a
ha.;, and :p and think, Utr thrr' m;: be
a rea( for thi'i coitditum of thutg". 'I1e
little tune and pi-are tl: old iattie can
'pure afu-r fU-a!tng ot the fnli tnouuK-e f
iH'r.mal kuum ami vilifk-ntWiti that enrh
-r-eiiii to think the other men Ik, it ituttnly
devotril to diMtilxi of tho Untf quntij.
ignoring all nuttter Utal relate to tb
itiond elevation of the ieit!c 1 am of
the opinion that the tHauutaclurer who. by
reason of the depress! cxidith)i. of btmi-ilea-,
has been ctmp,llfd to make an .
bigntnent for the benefit of lib riedlbrx,
will not find re!Jef
in the ugiutkin of that
the average f.ilmer In
I ciiKlioii. nor will
come er entti'i-iastir over IL dH'iiKm,
with hb whejil not worth as much In the
bin as it co-t him to produ-e it. The
j amount recehed b the tiotermnrnt for
, duties ou import.- Isle&s tlum S'J(K).Wi,o'0
, annually. '1 here are about 175,000 retail
i dealers f intoiuuig liiutu in the United
Mates, each of whom pays to our Ciowxn
I ment i'2". in considemtioii of which sum
j the) ate permitted to cany on their bn.ities.s
for a term of twelve months. When we
arid to thb. the amount paid by di-Ullers,
hi ewers and wholesale ileiders. we tlntl that
the mlere-t of the (ioxerriiuent In the man
ufaeture and sale of Intoxicating lupHir- Is
about SHI.UOO.UGO annually. 'Ilils trallK-,'
-auctioned as it is by the law- of mir itiin
fr. co-t.s the people at the lowest otimnto
5l,00U.(H)0 a jear, not to spak of the de
stroyed homes delwuicheil utaiiiKKHl. U-ait-:trlic,
crime aud corrupt. on it produce.
'11ns id-graceful bu.-ine-s should le mijh
pre-sed and the eiiormoitb sum of
uiuuc) that under tl'e prent system
is woise than thrown away. Mivcd
to the jK'ople, and thus a protection
would be gicu to the industries ot ttiM
country that would enable us uvofu!Iy to
tlnow our door- ojen wide to the competi
tion of the wotld. 'Hie Pcptihlican and
Democratic parties faor a contmuatire of
the mautifui'ture and mlu of intoxicating
iiijiiors as a U-venige, while the Prohibition
party demands that the same shall be for- !
eer suppressed. Thus an issue Is presented !
to the people in which Is involved the pro
tectioti of every house, in the land. It is
not a mere local issue, either, but it is a na- '
tional as well as a practical n.u-tion, upiii i
which a large 1-ody of citueu-, against '
whoso conviccions party discipline Is '
jxiwerles, hae decided to vote, and they
will not be found halting between two
opinions touching this matter, but will work
and pray and ole against this great evil
until It is driven from our land never to re
turn. A Covernmeiit Is simply a leliex of '
the indmduaks comiHising it. If we want
an honest, sober. Oovcrnment, we must havo
an honest, sober people, but wo can never
have an lamest, sober ix-oplc as long as tho
Coternuiciit sanctions that which makes its
citicus dishonest, drunken and corrupt
The declaration of principles which
i hearlhv endorse. as -et forth
in the platlorm of tho Prohi- (
hittori party is entitled to the thoughtful
consideration and earnest stipjorl of all j
good citizens, without regard to locality or j
former political nfiliations. Our country '
needs an administration that will n-e above
nieie partinu eo:i-iderations and in tho
-election of public ohVials, inako i
honesty, sobriety and efiiciency and '
not service to imrty, a teL It
should be conducted mt in the. InterenUi of '
anv particular section, imttv, race, or
co.'or, nut in Hie iliieiestoi ttir whole po-
pie. To accomplish this, all good riucu j
hould promptly step to the fnnt and ho
counted for the right. This s no t.tne for j
dodging. Moral cowardice will never wm
and surely never deserves n victory. Then j
let us look to God for his guidance, nnd j
fearlessly and fKithfnllv do our whole duty.
never doubling that lie will take care of
the result Very truly, vour friend.
Iojls P. Sr. Joii.v.
A r.i.iii jiniiiMT.
New Yo::k, September 20. -At noon a
well dressed man entered the bttttlott ofiire
of Martin .rc Ruuyou. in th- baenif!nt f
No. 10J I!rndvay. ai a-ketl Mr. K. R.
Young so::ie qmslH- about the bnr of
gold which were exhibited in thj hw win
dow. 'I he !irs Jiave the tinenets and valiw
-tan-lM-d on ttiem. and jeo:.r if;' step in J
md ask questpins ab Hit tliein. Mr.
Young ikrkjil up one of the bats, whfh
was worth $"-:. and bebi it In hl
hands while he lenie-d on ti nmntr i
and explaininl Its marks. StiUlr th j
stranger snatrhed the Imr ami ran ttt of 1
tlie door ito the crowd vvrHeh wff ula; ;
on the sidewalk. Mr. Yowtc Hu-Al rr
the counter and folkwel snouUng St;i
thief f The thi-;f ran up the -,1 of N.
100 Hroadway aM d.'leif up tle fair's. He
ascended to the Mfth ibvir ami etttetrd Chm
stock's law ofilee. He toainl 2Ir. Comtek
there ami toltl him erv quietlj th.!t be wa
a telegraph iineiran and that be i-hetl t
go out on the iirf e-ip- aw! ax wire. He
ofienetl a wtndew, tlesceirtetl Ut the xts'A
r-eJotv. arwl wn through tbc -ttstvic of sir
jll.er liUihHiig to the street.
--An effort to check lx?g:laz re-eatv
made iu Liverpool bronjjht to llbt a
c!.e:e of beifrarv in which puntJs ol
n.I a:e-s were "taught how to pursue Ui3
art in a eientS,c way. TImj pnprieWr
wa- a luember of the -profesIoii r.n
had aniasetl a comfortable fortuoi
The -chool wa.s wHl a-tenditL Mtwnv
younp: cliiMreT asp-Hr.Ir brn eat
then by their pareiit. who were her
of th-." crim:n-l das, ilanr of tb
u ,w ,rwt nt ,,..;,- jOj io per '
J JT ,, ' ,;., rtf ,i...,.M!.!e.r, nJ.fr.
j "j-rofes-or ' anproprjatet! the i.-kthii i
ami money brou:hi in Ur in 'leaM
' " "-" - -- - - f
. j h r nx-ompen. for his
urjt.l be wss nx-omp
ices. Foreign LeUer.
Mr. -M-a Mifaci!. of (Tiathant. X.
C. dictl recentiy. H5 wife, dit-i alxmt
iixyear ago and wa buricU on the
plantation. Mr- Mitchell requested to
be bunctl at 1 -II s Lhun-a. and uerrcl
his wife'i bo'Iy to be cxhunici! and
placed beside hi, and when they du
into her grave her tody was fosnt1 to
be as irm ami solid s rork. having
become petrified. Her feature? were
not shrunken, and the lace wa-t as full
as a healthy l.re person IJer tlresi
looked as natural and perfect a.? whea
she was first burled. ,lt b i Temark-
ablc esse at petribtailoxx. SL Xouis
DIKBAXD TFIK G. A. K.
3ofldint Abes. by CicvatHliM
f-, AlSinr ArrL V
m ". ... y .--i- -
!-- "lrttt- IS J. A
Grerer Ck-rvlaiNl w .iiwla Iff
Um DnrrKU' vi'kLa of ARmuiv. -V
V.. of whioh UaMal Mawj U lJC
hKl. Mawilas V i CT-Alrwa mt Um ;
Ntfvr Yorl tteUr i mrm.l OoMBrtaw. j
tf nrola-Hl t fc-M! tm Ml '
iu jwrt wUfti Mjumsau r iai WaJiUjf
ton a be h i!av ! hal-i
Maaninr i i aINuit Tbi -mmm t
Maotunjr U a lnr owwar of m Aby
.Iru. Ui tikt4r t jarjcfcl cmrv .
lift jvrfeR Um n.rtf. f iU Uwc4l j
a 'tide. Mm wa a lqp Hrr Ik aJ I
die tat. tl tw o"ttr J tf piafNir aII
throws tin? mr !-'. M l . !s
the Arjms reauuftrd ibl4i. w ng a fe
Udiit eliUrtal. nraDi br th mam '
diior who wnlai Ch3Vtad' pr.
cTf4iriM tni viurraT artfcrc .
In iW mpum mt mmttj ntifmn M t wwv
tin i.riM Araajr ut aWtU- tur
ir M putir u rtb x-l l"u I (
(m t that it t-M-Ws yml tmmrvmwm
-nt f tte Ih.-m.i- .ll TW l
Hml A meiterm, Vamt tmm tm tmims a mn
I -Ml rn n r a ot i' It tmg9t .
Ta-x 'J ! f U ht tmrx m tk
c vy mr tuM ! I- tf. b tmvy 1M -ImnA
IbAi hf .A t .s4-4. 4 tfevr
ver"trt ilkiMH,ifc'- '" ' ?"' fM'J
trmm ikrtr tifntam afcm ' '.r4 Armj mt
the Itttpu&o- )t Ho:rv-t m-t-rip f
ytsr mimmriil Km J. mw1i - -lopttl
t '.am wrar ! t-af ihrir Urr-fm mr mm
mum them u Niner O TV t.r mmm ttaaf
brn Hint wk mm nt tv c':;. 15 I U r
or no ibturoc U imm J-r ; m.s-.
'I e- drrwiiii ft ihm r- w, r h
Hl)r kl of "m-irn r trjial.lj aJ M
re Kw -l tttt lw I le Wueirw i
pH r,nlel. but ihm t-Cmrt krr-p la. mil i
ttaelr -ir Tl mu- owt- ! I
viir AM;rr wt tln-p fc. yr tin l
10 Ifte onrjeiH-n thst IS orca'ilM -t tt
Mr w t itr uwc'jlgj - uwX m h prt m a
ifairr plrti tai eMM t t" m Ukwtmt
umoitc a " thru would b trrf
I. i rrnail -1 tbt ta iidtIkM l t
lots ou tli? rear I Mibl H ihnub imm
iriiiii f Ihr Kntf r ol fttt tirtek IT
IbtU wu- l..nr l- M. utbo U- ll VA pmm
!!, w Mi'l lx rvpe,l t !. iW f$
teaoo for iU trHUAtfca . I twaf- ly
tvnii wrxsT-ttf iMnOtlr mmt4 Sit jttViH m
ihf ri" j- I "ir.-ir or latii rtt-on
Mry uttMii- till rill w a'.ch ! not rrl n a
fourht out t"il w ! ia wti n Unt
rilte lUe !! till liiiwfln i :. ii mm
Ce t.fe AmI mII tiM 4m4 mi LutUr.
.Sorth nnO south, ir tf tl fsMmr tnm
lre-ude "hk-h woui'1 Us rlTitnat- U.-imrow-v
rimI wnl rtninl lhf. II. -i cH '
iiuthori'y a-utrl nr Uif imi.I tmtt mnmr
from tn- Urt it wuH bne tv r mtt btmtr
Th" kc woiiiil bitte tn ti iojr a ntt a
cIm net tr ihw wlttotllU Mwt iro lo mr
Oomiursl with ttwt n li ,ttl itr a , nt n
j'Tlt) !ll i'lOIK MtMl 4tir Rttl ItllxTI
hiiI iilti'n comW bawtnWcNi itatrt. itw mf
be -ur. lo ihnt lnlHl ai I -Hr " t ts$r-
ami -II y miI -Mtorial irH,rK Mtll -m l
Not ntereiy IeHi tl)o Uettvr Mkor HtM- '
lac-l n l wok- iirf-lt thfTiiti- of tfcw ,
tratHM ueiiil b- i-itrnl ly lh" e II ho ! '
tie le uM Mitt t,rant Army ot ! Ittmh.'Mt
iII-OmoiI. Tie ernntiiiKMi -n'iU arro tlt
jwth ol the i u jnr.f It r,iee- tw mllMary
cp-r'L The OrM It bfe r.od the Mfsml -itmta '
totilM-rn. Tlie onruwl4ilor h dim n tUinm .
i? irokibMtoii on po'uln-i wt 'nmmAif m
tor iH-en'1 ho Mini ti :h Mar. it I r-ort
on tli liuiir ty mio wi-ni t It U dt- la
nrrt the t haw" am! oneninliim iC tnr mm
ond. ll ipitWe- ii JiRerent ele of Hatmt r
nil rlrli'ii- from that if all rti!fri. twt H
tinMf-i unei olf fr nil iKNIIer rrtni Ura
t' Ihtlr hrinT weru ami IKiwm TW
ou-tit not u ln -o tm H Tho tmt-cfaj-
fl-id Ihnt nnyoti whoo est 1 itij," )
hoi or.ibly 'li-riil'e-l from th r, run
Joir. the orjfioil Htloti. '!hT row Imle tint
till oryatilatlofi. OH otlir iatwl f nn
nno'lit-r S-o tfe-v do fo: -t thrm or rnf
th'i, they liifiif, thriM, tit-! tialttrm Jll
tiiitn iiiik- m iiiu U of lh l3l tt Ihf
vorlli. T h.a hut liien Ih1 fr the iMry. .
foi the 0lt!r. Hll'l tor u'l it3ct!tef. TtM
time wiv N'iui'1 to wrai' 'hri th lef r:tN.
tillr,J anrt cowBrlk,r wh eh neia.it or
hh lintion niM net -n ot -oMkrn Url im pmU
be thmKinif ntid iiyin onwic-nt
That tlinf? h- en me. nnt it It im-i loo mneh
to ii-w th i'n'illf taenirt f lh (irand !
Arm f rh l illeto t4rt irr.iU tntttn
ini-nM iolituiil the orifunt atum thrHM'
Hie e uiitry, u'l to turn vt lt ht.t r
tl-orOn th- fcruv- of the iinl to el t
mi'hi rity. Nor I It Jo neich to aa t ! n n
HiithuiHte an I ih- etu- jiwii v Ui ift K
Iw known thitt flT thlt -nr :lvy titl tr-fr
tion tel c lirwt.n purpot- to r"rn-
in'Ht'il or peptilur Httneiea im I . o jr
tithrr Mod. i h- ffrriiit-ry f enir te !
WTViinci n fe3-.o i oi wH'rar'mf h jirrt
nn I he i-ralrt intrUu n t Amfikuni ,
hn j'en often prKcttcrd In p'e lifprr
th-ltll. Tho pnte.H-tftf it mh1 th-lMxlMr j
of ll continual rft-Mrnne- mt- leit hH ! j
lriorjlteiit hI'Ii -f!-itfVnit of !) wit'Jk ,
Ijhvo boin l-find. Th powr!,w in ,
poitl . tie t mi 'It i of lh" lea ! tH
rni lity or mih of tr, many- pu p t
tl.-tftl nil the" iji'mivi. t .! la
tmii the fin Mid t,tlieaa trf iwnfff
ovr the rratt-t of th" JHt. a-H th
ImjiiMlene" of ifftputtntr irtijiiihp .
ntel fctwintt Urn nt inftHrll rf--n. I
atnoyl :v etlntiMt HilhrHit mt all mnr j
Mr-, have Iw'-n p n u lo . Ttfj he l-rffl '
Ui Eprakoot th-ir ifum. "l lly tifftol l
hoied t hhI e-j!rt tm-r
Tl 'HTltt-l HI t'l
'(.Hi; of iu,MIt or e J r urn tiftr tmrr-
U and lewiTii". tin" "ni!vnf ntJrt. if
fia- lrl tun dlf' or h) po H m : ? r
nnd l.iiilvln-" lo tbr- b air tHiil- - "
Mnlnr a iron' nti'fen att-r tn mjr ntr mwm
biorol l-i plvlMir ttsdt terybi'r m tmm
war tntn tne hiiflit tmtrti". In vmt -t -ti
injr what tb truth. ib&t riKnr
ei-iit ffom tl-!r nwe -r atul rUmrmTr. mxl
fithi'r f-Hn !r w-ii ntnra m -wr m H
than -t'lrliif a: Ikh-. Ha Mtuk tnrtlilr-l I
wlmt 1 r 't-M tii tk- r tr mftnf -ijmt
rral'on. arel a'iotle-r ti-nJ a Ami tb
lia I en Irpt p ureler ili MUM tin n
pie uwJ',l mttmmry. hor. at4 rittn
iwwf n : okin-r' ! m in rmr
I'rop'e dll rMt. 4lt'- t"ltrlie 4M.
Vnr r"rnl tH- So! a rra'.'ei'nt 4titjk :
trnf i n ma'l w '"rj - f hHm-
rr- r'-l hf Irmtif. -rioani-l Uj: a S.T" '
oeJ'r wfMttra aio wwt rn-T "t a
ttw. ant tor h.p" wja ael iMt-st to m-r-turn
Uie foTfMimnt ti:f all u-t i ttk
arnj nM tljt l tunW are! ' Jt t nontlw
cal m bc MH'ry r- n ur. m obj.
Ant that Ust ! nry Hfi- an-J dan
cer way N tcet ! tr ?-rth-r rn'iy. mt'
t-t-ar iwo . r Mi4rr f la-iriel
Armr at m- Mrt t bnrnnUr- tmnch
r-n rrn Hah V-r ca 1 IH --of Vt
rjit.' tk ii- fiimaii y t t c J Hi
ihf titr aw o n -he tAc r r- -vtw-i
a fotTJ tjr-f WrW faOkrr. f t
i-h-ine tal- "H'w I l
tal.iwaM aaM laa ! tifu'
7hy uM U raosrsi a brl-:r jM-tn
ban tHfmT twia-l a ir )m wbi U lj
f'Bit no part i it-? fte.i i -itr-t a
li ihk Tbejr ttM innlw ita (til
fur in tlT pa ejr nt of : r
its4. at tat tiiM ;r kin mi Mat
t'j ad t b'-.tlHj' i ut Mper-
oo- 'i4 oor tfce -mf Urr nAv
tt- tv ! tae MtrM tkcj tamk" " tS ir-
3 be j4 '? nsr -&. l- s?rx8V it
l late tr uMvk? ;r -.r krrert " j tm-natar-1
Ut" y unr. No trM- 4b' " ,
nK botntr - f zutr ib r abt
l-enfftmrntinx Uej --;irit mt ttrT e"f 'Jmt J
tn"ty betffrla- tbrjrr ot by o -r.tni.sr- ;
tio ! rtre. tntr in Ur fduawf rn!n '
hi 'Jftrir crainrxHl orsntr tti tb .r acapw
ti-;.rJcr!M-. t toHrmtctttf f Oi ih? - !- K -I
lb net r&r-vt of i-ij tjcf!' ry
iiM.n eatnnVt t. Ta-e raut mi- ',
ti'l'-.t in tn mm I hit' gmw r at.r-jr. i
.M-'coiki . tt"i: trtUnAC't JrMtffi !
writai'Miik la-uVw . .Iu i-e-Mml
tor r 1. r twict )r-twt - rar-C J
j A.-ir.-,M-j-i.j wfctvfc tft- jm ir Jr
tk-? li - roatrj-. ! lrtrn mrrmH I--
nafTrtr,tr fMti.-e Km an ;-' '
tc-T .nrr - o t9M t t Wfcai -b
aria ;.- trt .- t nm
so -nn-tuM!- )ft Im. art -ttw
. . a t.
otwnjij rt r-f
ao prjtmr- m ic hni --..-. -r,,
mwwrr rai e- St IB JTt - "
; .a j - w a
Hkrvfofai trml m.r m 1 -m.- .. l . ..L..I. . ,
fc... --. ,.,-. a.,: ujw f larr
canrtH u jcr:j w X wlHtvrr rl
let Ml f-r-tOd .raar oT tt liti.l- tra.aju:
It raeraortal irorfc to tnt trp aj ar-. and
:ucj ui-baiu .
tF- Geiieral Uj:nn U running raalnlr
on nu war record, ice L'emocrmtic
papers narilr obrTc. To which it
may cc rcpiicu. n iJecdnek. rJth
the difference that it would b- erer o
much better lor him if he wa'i.
The Democratic nartr. srrrxnl.
inj to Mr. HeadrleJu. w a party 0f coa-
jon-. ,o uoat !ot- t aL Ilia
;twnuj .b cr.aiaaj; C0ur j tj
laaa will proriit.' .
tot . of Tim cvtrx uza.
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TM u immmmn- M m&ww
-pr x me w HM
Ami I Wkl r
W- nh Vwvm Vwr "
Vi ,tdk mm t tw
fa .u.lntn - -vr. & ' nt.
ft mm rV
TV - mt Wt
Awl Ukv r tt 4U7 tikM
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Tw mw imm U m ma rwn, .
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kB-t k- m amh rntm
Mwti. aimajirt KariVM tmmmt Hn l
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POLITICO I. im .u:.viii.
smr ifewairirV Vkmh h aef r. .
tb walK tn lM4uMbA. b h.a . t
mVl Uw lmwrn jwtrtt -to
mato Uw awta cm ihm tmmwt t . :
Amrrt-M ho It knkm Ukr
le gemm-ii r fifM.-! to Mr i '
but Mr Hln'tn it jrlaWy t-
wttJMKil enrr 'ig ( 'nnU.
PntX- Jokit fct lali P . i
le-lsl nt Iniot, tmvl Ihm .' r
ther will k s. hmp 9i tm mtnl r
titd ii ww t oc vmrj mu
SoT'IIm vriUi .lit of titn !wal4auaf
8rifi(ti d artHttty tjMiA lb r
mhihi tliffrer-tt tar wftM kirMs a (
I HB Wtl a lI On
tear Mr. (Wl $?Unrz k ere--.i . ,:
Uii.-ablv JI itt ettvntwv the p .
that re ttetur belUrod ntyviii b - b
iail in tw nU fJit ihm ti t
artr No tte Tmajrlii tlii )
Srf A tier r-4H4irMo tUUir e 1
dilHrtIt. TatuMMftY Uoe brn ,vl ..
U the lervtnot trvfrfi. hut It it t
U dr hk tx UtJii Hgmr ntnl jC,,:
it inmU 'in who h earhaai aVbfttt ! i-..
tioaotM f n. lUttMMrrnttV mta-tVU-
iiisr In MMte-en jtHUm th Nui "iil
dbt hxm bm rrdtKHwl Irntn ;,.-. -iHo
l.t.'4.iataai, hh! Ui ahiV
intorest ehnrjn fnaw J &tm ,.. ,,
) Ui . at, . t (.,. a 1 -v-cri-r
winkle itieh n rweioL '1 mm Hpo
l.enw jndcy hoa jrvHll Curing tb.
myTb Mnrk$ K aW b. -
fouodeI tm coltl in I A Hi imm I 'et .
i rntic rampaJjtM rlW bad nfittte.i n
e"ittmitto Ui pricur onie tr I ,
wh-N a rinl tnmhtr ntim, mr ).
foldlmx bi clacal iff &rfltei i in.
Mvr I hit "tip matUot bf ,.
i.lrt.tl o HtrrhuM imlv IlnMh
3c.rN far br- the .
"lhjMr hio Veen a rf4 iliml of doul I.
jnutieulnrly a;ntm tbw loJepet dei.t
IejbH.:ini. ha to vrlnaiiMr mora r
k1(Ij'- HtNtbt prit tbol for ih
catttpni;n. itwhr th flbt t over t
will be omo tKifUv ehmr that roth to r
nli aud politics bar nnl deni to Io
vvith it- -iS. ). Mttti
Si?IIv lb war. wbfli ham Urte t
tbe (nnnl bM Th-rit Laud Mr
llejuir.elt". ih raiartyr, inmrfx U 1-
croMP-d, nrtl "tJi icNt3' rrUw "I
ls'6' i )t 'A-ltmri it aJay a h .'.
for aoii rejii Unumncrmtla ortr r
nWinnr tittHr opjMrtju;j I'iei r
Pre!dJlt Ibiw' Sfeitry f the Ir.
lerior bii a unnpolr if Uta ia-
Ittt Mr. ebnra tm-bt H to t t . 1
uti bta I'atnln. -.V. )'. Tnkmm.
Sf 1 ko iJitmoermUe orKttJi svfi
1'iImtt naxl rvrrttcticMt tvry tfm t ,
r lorced u ail .do u th loi !-.. (i
in Imre. Ixtt 'bnr fl" to fMthliah T..e
uaaw-krt rnt' of Ijuih DKtoerasVa It at
jipikMi tbti they wtfat- mmy b gift
than Indmon Umunernie, Hlrr?. hi l.
:idmbti of t hoi rHn ISaron. ,tet
ar i Mils at 5J a bnI. North j h
trnlreI tn rmtJiw Ihriuera4 n
moro vn hmhlc thfo ynr ib Ukv w-'.'
fz 1?. Twi kHam fc th landed
UTH-n cry oKttanMt MCtnt. irb i r ut
1 1 r UT,
vita en. Ke-tJ4!enri mm? U i
a uwtter of hnnno. isrrIiMr
muimmivn of tb flirty Ummm Totr t.
oa jaj. Arfiwtf MemuUttMm,
A Stupid SuggcHo3.
Th Derner4lc imiitfr r at .t
nj-io. They beard rtttmryrr- nt$if.
lk aimmz iho Itiirb tnwnoer? f th r
trnrty f aklnjj vvnhml Ut rUhlr-iv
frotw Uin Natit.anl tiefcvt TW I eo
ernU htmnl thi ami U vrafrlatl th. m.
?,"jr.V"L,..iLV?.'rh' to fi-t .
' T rulchrd thir h'swi a lott t nue
C to r. I ui tlnil their
Ire.TC rWKrb-tJ Ut tho oi i4tl bo.ii
t pan oi rrttiviiH-. oro an Hfcrr."
draw VVi ar ot dirurli iib'H J
to - deftttHe lor Mr. iR-i n n h i
mttr. ttii vl that vr ba a rf at
to ietl3r e tf rcx mr teTifial ojn
ion that bo wit! not ir:thlrm- - aoi rt.
It ekvt lr. litniam wfW -
Ihrw-lrtjf Kay if b; ?bjtkitld wiUftvr
w. The hh farad CIVx W y-r
r!I b3vn im rmtys. i wb: b iIrLf
Hlaiaw icHMt gai vm i tw f9s.
ba t all ;bc J?fwr .ota.-
StsXmn jwt Statue. No Haoif9h r.-.
Vermont. !4HCtfiM4UHl; f "on tteei f ,
! lU4Hic Ihn4 -xtfc.it vrlll jto
tal .. Kt.ivnt Tt!i.
Tlteti ol the- MJJj tei&p- 1,. "a.
sJt'Iy r3tt-ahr a.N(r$a4 ui h t-
TajP'v aoa vttt Jrijfc. t -.-
f - -- w " -
tn -i tttml ..f 'i S.
'fc iWIUrl VMT
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"iTORKa. Il; .M;rjnMita. : io-a. I
nan. '.: e?1n-.-ka. A; makloir ih
toiiJ, iriiliou; MiKmri. from thw 't
of State 1 IK Kleetorat yim.
Ki-Vne aLo bx n!read a oo-i x
oX V , aC,!lcl1 ? n-V,
S?T Jt0"'1, mi t
"" Elates wui nadoubtedly go for
Blaine ia fact. If the ekcthm wc-e,
held tomorrow be ou!d certainly i3l
maorite5 in these i-ute aad "tUc.t
gracrf ut.nl Elf ctoral vote Is 245,
SUoald b withdraw? WI1. er.
J acctxtif Hirmlmi. , .
' .orlbS!S!-?ii f-f -i.t. . .
il ! cepitoa of MiKiuri Ohln - ?..
!f,a-3- ln; m5no'- : M!chJ-ac.
uczuars were m loug iuuk cuuiu( iu uijuu
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