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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1885)
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ver, on the 2.5(1. resulteil in thJ?fKsst
of four young nv:ii, who were seen run-,
ning away- The police afterward ar
rested fwo other men, and were on the
track of a woman, who was al.o
thought to Im implicated.
Aivicks from Santo Domingo of
Jury 1 .say that on the evening of Jnne
J.'8 .John Piatt, of Yonkers, N. Y-, a
carpenter, who was conducting some
repairs there, was shot and killed. He
was mistaken in the darkness for the
revolutionist, ex-I'residcnt Sesario, a
detach im-iiL of troops liring a volley
Tiik hot wave in Philadelphia result
ed in twenty-two cases of prostration
and thirteen deaths on the 21M- The
liighe-.t piint readied in- the thermome
ter at the Signal Ollico was niuety-six
degrees at three p. m., but at several
plaeiw along Chestnut street it regis
tered as high as one hundred and one
and a half degree.
Tub Hasptore Egyplicn publishes ft
letter from an engineer named Uertic
who has just escaped from licrber. de
claring that M. Olivier Pain, the alleged
French advisor of Kl Mahdi, who was
recently said to have been killed by
Arabs for a reward for his head by
Pritish officers, is not dead but alive
and well at Perber.
Actinc. on the recommendation of
.liiili'c Chenowith, First Auditor of the
Treasury, Secretary Manning has sus
pended Prof. Hilgard, Superintendent
of the Coast and Ceodelic Survey; C.
O. Ponelle. Assistant Suj)erintendent;
!Ur. Morgan, Disbursing- Agent; Mr.
Saagumeller. Chief Mechanician, and
JVlr. Seawbroek, ICleetrotypist of that
Pureau, pending an investigation into
certain irregularities said to exist in the
accounts of that branch of the service.
I'm: men, with a keg of beer aboard,
attempted to cross the Susquehanna
Itiver in a boat, near Plymouth, Pa.,
the other evening, when the boat upset
and three of them, William Sander,
William Keefeand .John Samuels, were
drowned. All were married, and
miner by occupation. Sanders told
his wife before leaving home that he
had a dream in the morning that ho
never would see the sun rie again.
"When he was struggling in the water
lie could bo heard to cry out: "My
CjoiI, my dream has come true.'"
AnvirKS from Yokohama, state that
ox-(!overnor Hubbard, of Texas.
United States Minister to Japan, was
received by the Kmpcror the 2d of
Inly. Mr. Pingham at the same time
presented his letter of recall. Mr.
Hubbard, in a speech to the Emperor,
dwelt on the importance of increasing
commerce between the United States
and Japan, to which the Kmpcror cor
dially responded. His Majesty signi
fied a desire to confer on Mr. Pingham,
retiring Minister, a decoration of the
first class, of the Rising Sun, or Order
of Merit. Mr. Pingham left for
America on the steamer Julv 21.
Since the close of the last fiscal year
there has been found to be a balance
of the appropriation for the compensa
tion of postmasters. Strenuous appeals
havo been made to the Postmaster Gen
eral to use this balaneo to pay the
amounts found to be due postmasters
for readjusted salaries under the act of
March ... ISS;., which now aggregate
nearly twenty thousand dollars. The
Postmaster General has investigated
the subject, and decided to adhere to
the former practice of the department
by which amount found to be due for
readjusted salaries were certified to the
Secretary of the Treasury and by him
included in the estimate that form the
liasis of the Deficiency Appropriation
Some time a;o the Department of
State Jemanded the release of Santos,
ji naturalized American citizen, who
was imprisoned by the Ecuadorian
Government on the charge of bcinjr
connected with a revolution in that
country. Xo reply has been received
from the President of Ecuador, and the
representative of the United States in
that country has been requested to ac
quaint the authorities here with the
reason of the delay in acknowledging
this Government's request. Santos
has been imprisoned for a number of
months, his property having been
seized prior to his imprisonment. The
authorities here asked that he be given
s. trial. This was refused. A request
for a release as also refused. Of late
the Government of Ecuador has ap
parently ignored every request that has
been made by this Government in rela
tion to Santos.
THE WORLD AT LARGE.
A. Summary of the Daily Nenm.
FKRSOKAI. AXI TOLITICAL.
Agent Dyer, of tho Ch-jyenuea, has
tendered his resignation.
Da. J. P. Root, of Wyandotte, Kan.,
died recently, of disease, of tho brain and
kidneys, aged fifty-nine. He was the first
Lieutenant Governor of Kansas, und atone
time was Minister to Chili.
Akter a Cabinet consultation, and in
accord aace with the advice Jof Geuft-al
Sheridan, the Secretary of the Interior has
decided to tarn over to the "War Depart
ment the complete control of tho Chey
enne and Arapakee reservation in the- In
The Jiev. Dr. Walsh, tto Archhishop
designate of Dublin, was received is a pri
vate audience recently by tho Pope. The
Pope advised him to observe prudence in j
Tin: President is daily inportuned to ap
point from civil "life to lieatenancifcj in the
army. Many of tho applications we most
meritorious, box tfoo President, bas deter
mined that at present he is not justified in
making such appointaente. He thinks
vacancies should bo fillwi from West Point
Prince Hohenloiie, the nw Gcrrntni
ambassador te France, ias been formally
appointed Gevemor of Alsace-Lorraine.
Liectenant General Van Sclrweinitz, the
new German-ambassador to .Russia, will
suceoed Prince Hoheulohe at F-aris.
Walt Whitman, tie venerable poet,
whEo sitting. on tho steps of bis residence
in Camden, X. J., tbo othei night, wts
prortaited with heat and fell bo the pave
mect. Jie wus carried into tho house and
in a short tieie recovered consciousness.
The President, on tho J."d, issued bis
proclamation ordering tlio cattlemen out
of tho Clieyenno ami Arapahoe reserva
tions iu the Indian Territory within forty
I'eter IL Watson, -ex-President of tfco
Erie Ilailroad,died atKew York on theld,
after n long sickness. Mr. Watson u-a
First Assistant Secretary of War during
tho civil war and was Acting Secretary
during Mr. Stanton's absence.
Gknekai. Gua.n'T died on the morning of
tbo i.'!d from tho etTecLs of the cancer in the
mouth with which ho had ben afllicttxl
many months. He was surrounded by his
family and physicians, ami as uncon
scious ns his life quietly passed away.
Pkinck.sk Bkatiuck, daughter of Quon
Victoria, was married to Prince Henry, of
Rattenherg, at St. Mildred's Church, Whip
iiughani, a suhurh of the City of Newport,
Isle of Wright, on the 'J.'M.
Tiiki'.e were 'J, 171 new cases and 0.72
death from cholera reported in Spaiu on
tho 'Joth. In Madrid nineteen new cases
and thirteen deaths were reported. Tho
scourge hail invaded Cundnhijar.s, Uurgos
KrssiA has assented to the issue of the
Eyptian loan, and tho ISritish Uovern
ment 1ms instructed the Rothschilds to is
sue tho loan in August. The consent of
Russia was held to indicate a growth of
friendly relations with England, and
caused n rise in nil international stock.
Tin: Marino Hospital IEureau has been
informed that yellow fever exists as an
epidemic at I'.nhia, llra.il, and that cholera
has made its appearance at Cadi., tfjmin,
nt the port of entry, Puerto Real.
Two ok the Ray City, Mich., mills have
arranged matters with their striking em
ployes. Tm: enrollment of tho Indians at Fort
Reno was begun on the l!lst. The Arap
ahoes were l,."00hi number instead of U..VK)
as had been estimated, whib the Chey
ennes will not show more than -,WJ peo
ple. A NEW whisky pool was formed by a
convention which met in Chicago recently.
Two FEltociors bull dogs attacked a nurse
and a three-moiiths-old child of John
lioening, of Allentowu City, a suburb of
Pittsburgh, Pa., the other dav. One of tho
dogs seized the lxiby by the foot, biting it
otr at the ankle. The, child died.
Twelve shocks of earthquake, one of
which was very severe, were felt in Cash
mere July 1"i.
The Rritish Admiralty has decided to
construct several torpedo rams similar to
the Polyphemus, owing to the bitter's ef
fective service, during tho recent evolution
in Rantry Ray.
The lower portion of Cedar County, Pa.,
was again devastated by forest tires. The
inhabitants of tho little settlement of
Pestletown had great diiliculty in sav
Dispatches from Assouan say: Major
Grenfell has telegraphed that messenger!
from Gobra have arrived with the re
port that El Mahdi died of small-pox on
The tinnl meeting of the commission ap
pointed to inquire into the mental condi
tion of John McCullough, the actor, was
held at. Philadelphia on the 22d. McCul
lough was formally pronounced insane.
The President and Cabinet have decided
that the cattle leases of lands in the In
dian Territory are illegal and void. A very
gloomy feeling prevailed among tho cattle
men in consequence.
A Mexican recently arrived from the
Cauona Mines of Arizona reported that
fifty Indians were in the mountains near
there. They had killed one American and
two Mexicans and had stolen some stock.
Tiik Mexican editors arrived at Wash
ington on tho "Jd
Two negroes accused of murder were
quietly lynched in jail at Minden. La., re jTopekn, kan. The officer received three '
cently. The mob riddled them with buck- hullets and Eberts one. though none were
shot as they were lying in their cells. j fatal. Eberts was finally knocked down by
The other morning two explosions of ;a hystander before he had tune to use a
giant powiler demolished the press house second weapon.
aud mixing house at Glatfelter, Johnson & j T,,E frigate Tennessee, flying the flag of
Bowman's powder mill at Spring Grove, ! Wear Admiral Jouett. commanding the
near York, Pa., resulting iu serious dam- I orth Atlantic Squadron, arrived in
age to the property and the death of two j Hampton. VaM on the ji'.th from her six
employes. months' cruise. The health of the officers
The mercury reacned Ki at Louisville, !an-d crew was good.
Ky., on the 'ld. Six fatal cases of sun- ' A.v article in the Moscow (i.izru. re
stroke were reported. ported to have been inspired by the Czar.
Ix Spain on the 2iii there was a total of .declares that Kus-na h:n reached tho fur
2.270 new cases of cholera a'nd Hk deaths. thest limits to which be des-re to go, and
Cases were reported at Salamanca and that the Government considers its ventures
Barcelona. iu Central Aia at an end.
Eauly the other morning a mob of ' A mysteriois looking lox shippel bv
about fifty men surrounded the jail at express recently from Rlack River Falls .
Greenshurg, Ky., where George Edwards to Chicago, wa examined by otlicers at
aud four of the gang who shot Mike Rogers Elroy. Wis., and found to contain a man
were confined. The jailer parleyed with heavily armed. He was arrested with two
them until he sent a loy who rang the others, supposed confealerates, in an at-
, alarm bell, at which the mob hastily dis-
The immense cereal depot of Kalaschni-
kow, near St- Petersburg, P.ussia, burned
recently. The loss reached an enormous
Gcs Bester and GusLovergren, Swedes,
nged twelve and eighteen years, while
swimming in the Des Moines River at ChU-
i licothe, Iowa, recently, were drowned.
he, Iowa, recently, were drowned,
The bodies were not recovered.
Lord Lonsdale and Sir George Chet-J
wynd met in Rotten row, London, recent-
lv. when the latter at one stmA- Tni !
-. T - - s-a -
Lonsdale on the head with his riding whip,
, knocking his hat into the street. Both men
were on horseback at tue tune. The troable j Brevet Brigadier General Charles
wa about a woman. McDougall, Assistant Medical Purvevor
The flouring mills and grain elevator United States Army, retires!, one of the
owned by Stewart & Eames at Carlyle, joldest officers of the" annv, died at Berry
Ill., burned recently. The loss was .JoT.,- vtlle, Va., receatlv. He had served over
f); the insurance -o2eW0. 'fifrv vears.
Gaineh, sentenced to b
Columus, O.. on the '-'4th. was re-
I spited by Governor Hoadly to Octobtr IT.
Two conductors on tbe ravne avenue
street railroad at Cleveland, 1.)., were dn- t wild buffalo, elk, mountain ht-p. deer or
charged for dishonesty, upon which tb" BnteIoie, (except tor fhe purpose of
twenty remaining conductors ami drivers r dotiiesticatiou) letwn the fir.-t day of
struck and attempted to prevent the mov- ' January and th first day of October in
ing of the cars. The iohc drove them oil ch yir. or to kill, onsnar or trap aay
and after two hours delay tbe cars were j wjl J grouse between the tir?t day of Jua
run as usuaL j nary and toe first day of Sept-mber la
The English Government, on the sug- . .arh year, or to kill, ensnare, trap or ntt
geton of Consul Fawor-tt, h allowed the j quaji or u.,id turkey, txtwea th tiil day
American colony, who have no cecetery 0 Jaauarv and the firt dav of October j"a
of their own at Constantinople, to re the
British cemetery at Scutari, whw-h was
cr;ated during the Crimean war.
A sheikh at Cairo on the '1?A declared
that he witnessed tke fun?ral of E2 Mahdi.
The firm of Uabcock & Andrew s, brok
ers, oi Syracuse, .. i ., wun iorw irnnca
otnees throughout the State, Misjnded the
other morning. Liabilities, ?'j,0.0; as-
The hi ill owners of East Saginaw and
Hay City, Mich., held a meeting on the
:S5d, at which tiiey resolved v continue
their resistance to the demaeds of the
The -Captain of theschooner Annie Matie
report, sightitg three vessels off Cape
Horn, -completely dismasted, and that a.
steamer supposed to be English succeeded
in saving one. He is ignorant of the fate
of the others, as well as of their names.
Firac broke out the other day in Car
denas, Cuba, and before it was checked
sevet. sugar houses were destroyed. The
total loss was W).000t while Uio insurauce
amounted to 140,000.
It was recently reported that the tOTns
of Atco, Jackson, Sloantowa, Waterford,
Pestletown, V inflow, Weekitown, Hani
mauton, Absecon, and a uuniber of otiier
small ;laces in Camden and Riirliugton
Coucties, N. J., were surrounded by brush
and wood fires, and all tLe inhabitants
were out lighting the flames.
While the bridal procession was re
turning from the church after the mar
riage of Princess Reatrice- in the Isle of
Wight, a man suddenly rushed toward the
carriage occupied by tho bride, aud was at
once seized and locked up. He was un
The New York Sun says: Mrs. ti rant's
share of the proceeds of General ( rant's
book, "Personal Memories of U. S. Grant,"
will t between :j:;0,000 and c'-OO.OO').
It was reported, on the "Jtth, that tho
final resting place, of the remains of Gen
eral Grant would be in Central Park, New
lUiCE.vn.v there was a terrific storm at
Tarra Cajotuni, Italy, and thirteen persons
wens killed ami twenty-two injured by
A.v earthquake has occurred in the Rung
pur district, in Rengnl, and a village near
Nattore has len engulfed.
Two houses nt Cologne, Germany, ten
anted by sixteen families, collapsed re
cently. A!out seventy persons were
buried, of whom many were killed and in
jured. A .new disease among cattle is reported
from Howell, Mich. The first sign of the
disease is a groaning as if in great pain.
This continues from twenty-four to forty
eight hours when the animals expire.
Tin: otln-r night tiro was discovered in
the niti'-.-'tory snuff and tbaeco factory
of S. P. I.illienthal at the corner of Rarclay
and Washington streets, New York.
Shortly after the arrival of the fire de
partment an explosion injured :x firemen.
The loss was estimated at .T-"(,'X.
It was rumored at Tue.-mi, Ari., that
the Apaclies had surrounded the milling
camps in the Canoiiea .Mountains. Miners
wero standing guard night and day. In
dian signs have al.o been seen within four
mile.iof Tucson. The bodies of tun more
dead miners were found near the St. .Hel
Tin: director5? of tho Minister Rank, Ire
land, propose to resume business and for
this purpose, they will issue debenture's
bearing live per cent, interest. They have
abandoned all hone of obtaining assist
ance from the Government or the Rank of
The business failures for the week ended
July '.' were: In the United States, U2:
in Canada, 'S. a total of 1.1, as compared
with 'Ji" the week previous.
Mayoi: Cakteh IIakkiso.v, who has re
cently succcMled in closing the Chicago
gambling houses, has caused consternation
in sporting circles by threatening to close
the pool rooms.
The Ruffalo (N. Y.) Car Manufacturing
Company shut down recently for an inde-
fiue period, throwing Mr) men out of
work. The prostration in railway affairs
was alleged as the cause.
The cattlemen interested in the leasing
of Indian lauds hehl a nieetui'iitSt. Louis
recently. The object wns to induce the
l'l-esiilent to amend or rescind the recent
order declaring the cattle leaes illegal.
Tiik clearing house return-, for week
ended July J.' showed an increase of 1.".4
compared with the corresponding week of
A CLOro-itrnsT occurred at Colorado
Spring. Col., nt midnight on the 'jr.th. Tho
slopes of Shook's Run were swept hy the
waters, and tents, houses, etc.. were car
ried. One womnn was known to have per
ished, and it was feared many other lives
A Wilcox. A. T special says: Geron
inio nnd his band is reported in tho
Dragoon Mountains. They ran off some
stock near Charleston on the i'lth and com
mitted several depredations.
CA rouci: ofticer VVAS- shot in Chicago re-
."tly hy Charles M. Eberts, a machinist of
tempt to rob the express car.
The New Jersey forest fires were
quenched on the 2Cth l.y heavy rains,
Three fatal cases of sunstroke occurred
at Washington on the Sth.
General Miles was reported as saying
there would be no farther troubles with '
the Indians of the Territorv. ,
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Tue Irish party were reported as furious '
ovr ilr. Bricht's remarks at the Sts.prrr :
over ilr. Bright's remarks at the Spencer ;
.banquet. This feeling indicated a still i
wider divergence growing into enmity be-J
tween Liberals and Nationalists. " i
TnrHniehnf n-,-i nr.nt -, i- I
.the subject of sermons geaerallv throu'-h-
.. -saa4 v ar V av V aaV VaaaaiV M aVaU'aUlC
jout the country- on Sunday, the 2Cth.
NEBRASKA SPATE NEWS.
TnE ne""v game law maki it unlawfal
j for any tr.-rson to kill, cnlnare or trap any
each year, or to ensnar-, trap or net the
same at any time of the year, or to bsy,
sell, transport or carry, or to have in r"
vevSJon any such animal or birds, between
tbe dates within wh;ch the killing, eusna:
lac, trapping or netting, of such animals
or mnJ u j.rohildu-l bv law.
; 'i;,jOH ha no saloons, btit tbe to-.n
loar,i haj tjj nrmits !. the drug
stores to sell liquor for xnedictl purj.-'e
The Kearn-v Canal Company, has b-n-n
revived by a bttl- Philadelphia blood, and
the V-i. calculate.-, that the completion f
this work "will inure Kearney a popula
tion of l.r,fX) within tn years, l-caue the
wuter iwer, equal to that of (? hor-c
power, will turn a vat number of wheels
for manufacturing purposes. Tbi.s canal
M sixteen miles in length, and the wuUr
will be brount into a natarai reservoir on
the hillside, north of the city, which con
tains forty-thre- acre of land. When It
is tilled tho avr in this reservoir will b-
thirty f.t de-p in the deepest place, aud
the lottom of it will be sixty -seven fe.t
above the Union Pacific Railway trak."
The two-year-old child of John Dryer,
of Pischerv lie, Knox County, recently
wandered away from home and was thirty-seven
hours without food or drink when
found, thre miles away.
One hundred and fourteen students are
eurollod at the Fremont Normal School.
ELt.wonn is th name of a new town on
the Ogalalla extension of the R. Sc M., a
dozen miles from Hob lredge. It is grow
ing stronger daily.
An exchange sayii: "There is quit an
exodus of stock men from Northwestern
Nebnka into Hakota, where range facili
ties are not cramped by settlers. Thin i.s
the iuevitablo result of the crowding of
grangers on the domain of thecowloy,aiid
a few years will witnes the extinction of
free ranges in thi.s State. The ranchman
must own his own land or go to the wall."
The residence of L. L. Ilitcln-ock, two
mile.s south of the Penitentiary, was
struck by lightning during a late storm,
and the chimney torn down, a part of
the roof torn off and the stove pipe demol-
Ished. The li'-'htnui'' went out at thedoor,
taking a piece of the stove pipe with it.
Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock were quite. severely
shocked, but not otherwise injured.
The barn belonging to L. Ratten, near
Raymond, was struck by lightning the
other evening mid three valuable hor.s
Tin Lincoln Jntmuil snva that W. W.
hlleinkcmper, propntorof tho Wn-ditiigton
lbmse, was arrested at the instance of a
young man nationl ll-iiirich Rtx-hoff,
charged with breaking open a valis ami
taking therefrom a draft for Jf.Vl and a
ring valued at ji'A Rischcff stojqied at
the Washington House and he claims that
he deposited tin valise with tho landlord
for safe keeping, at the same time telling
him of its coutoiits.
Maii dogs have become so numerous in
the Stat- that the cry of "the dog must go"
is heard on all sides.
STAfi.v Fontaine, from Omaha, put up
at a hotel in Columbus one night recently,
and was found dead in In-d tho next morn
ing. WiM.lA.vt W. SvttTii was hanged at Osce
ola on the'lth for the murder of his wife.
Fully ."i,000 peoplo witnessed the execution.
Governor Dawes refused to commute his
sentence to life imprisonment, although a
strong petitiou had been presented for that
purpose; but it was offset bv a much
stronger protest against the interference
with the sentence of the court. Smith was
tifty-eight years old. The murder f r
which h" was executed was committed on
the :!7th of November, I.s, and was a nio.st
hrufcil one. While th mother of his thir
teen children was holding her balw on her
lap he entered the room where she was sit
ting and, without a word, shot her down in
A i.iTTl.E daughter of Elder Marshall, of
Lincoln, arose in her sleep the other night
anil wandered away from home. A search '
was instituted for her, ami n!oui eleven
o'clock the next morning she was found
Iving in the weeds some distance from
home, overcome hy the heat.
A TltAVl suddenly made his appearance
the kitahen of Mrs. T. I. IL'i.'. at Pre-
nt the kitahen of Mrs. T. I. Eegi;, at Fre-
mont the other night anl his insolence w.,
mt u-ith n l.ullet from n oistol inth h.iml
of tho nluckv woman. rnfortuuatlv her
nim was not good, hut tlio intruder heat n
A rrm.ic meeting was recently held in
Fremont to discus- vrayp and means of
providing a system of water works.
Governor Iawe has issiiod extradi
tion warrants as follows: G. Chatterton,
wanted in 1 own for the crime of purjury:
R. F. Marshall, want"d in Kansas for the
crime of grand larceny: Jacot RvImh-,
wantel iu Indiana for the crime of obtain
ing money under false pretense; J. S.
Hamilton, wanted in Dakota for th- crime
of rape. Requisition have bern issued as
follows: One on the Governor of Utah for
Love Green, wanted for the crim- of
perjury: one on the Governor of Pennsyl
vania for J. II. Madera, alias McDowell,
wanted for the crime of lnrceny.
Crete take exception to the census just
completed, and seems to have good raon
to kick against the return. Five years
ago, according to the national ensu. the
town had a population of l,s7,'. The pres
ent censu makes the number less.
TwENTY-KivE men are at work on the
Swtslish Lutheran Church at Wakefield.
Dakota ClTT has ordained that hade
trees must le jdanteil along the sidewalk..
West Point paper mill propTs.
The Commissioners of Franklin County
have petitioned the Supreme Court for a
mandamu to compel the Siate Auditor to
regis ftr $4(.'SiO m lnd issueal by the
coiraty. Toe objection to registering th- '
loads is the claim that the amount exce.-da
:-n per cent of the assessed valuation oi
the county. ,-l
THEreortof the Valentine land-oClce
for the past fiscal year i the best index to
the remarkable growth of the northern sec
tion of the State. The total number of
acrt filed on was l.t!Sl.l21.o. and the re- ,
ceipts of the otlice :n Uie sams time avrr
Frank Jones ba heen foc&I guiltv of i
irt-int- to kill Wil.xnm Gt ai W-?t Point. I
Prrrr. Schwartz, of Sullivar.. JaUv ; Hrool;'vn mtoo j.m a;. Ivm'
ropped a team ot bor.-. taU a v..., j . 3 ralu'li &U ol.-". . to oe
losing 5sV bv the accident-
A:rrELOPE T ia s ccmrtrtmc ,
aaancl;l1 coaillUQn' caving a surplus
TO in the treasure
z oi 1-toJ m th,?
A recent investigation howeti a .short-
accounts of W. K.
u "wa' irea4urr
a . . rm 1
Wilson has tumtnl all his proptrty ovr vo
his bondsnsea and his brthrs will raak
gooi any deficiency. An aa-iscc.sfBi
venture on the Chicago B.ard of Trade
swallowed the money.
A had dog bit a young child in Hamil
ton County a few- days ago. No boj
wera antertaiaec for th child's recsvery.
GENERAL CRAXT DEAD.
Tho Great Soldier Finally Claimed
The- Clfluc rri .-t Mount M"r-cr
Th r.itnllr ;.-thrrrd at I!i lt-lU!n
TIjb l'rfidi'til lric!uitIon noil
I.rttor of CuiiUuIt-ncr.
Mt. MrJi:Eoon.. Jily J3, r. m.
(icneral (iron! dirt! .at --(tex w tnR.".J
tl l a.M his family. He ;aMTl o of i 'e
peacefully aad vitho: evideat pain. 1
fore his deatii he let: the rhotce of a buz.x'.
N-ov " v-o:uiiei .iw w. v.wtu
.. r f i i ii r
THE WAY UK PIED.
Mt. MrflKKuoR. Jnlv 23. Shortly be
fore eight o'clock this morning, while tl e
fauuh were prejaring 'or tkfAt and
the doctor were d:-xrt;.vini the patiei.:
chances ol, tho j,iarzatJf lnc cotXnse. Her.r.
the nure, who wjls witti iho Geurai,
Mepjed hurriedly out of the sick room,
and going to where the doctor were, in
formed them that he thought tho end was
near. The doctors hastily wnt to the rtu.
At a glance the Uok In the sttual.ot
They quietly ordered the nurse to
summon the family at once.
Mrs. Grant, Jes-e Grant and wife.
I. S. Grant, Jr., and wife, ami Mr. Colonel
Grant ::aiuly answered the Mirawon.
Mrs. Sar'.nrK noticm the doctor huriictl
ly i;oing to the room, followed them, and
was the Hrst member of th faiwiU piesent.
Colonel Krcd wiw now the only meiuVr of
the faiuih absent, hauig slioliol aroutMl
The servants were ent in search of him
but he entered the sjck room before any iie
5iuceelwl in bringing hun the new ti !
father's appronciung ltsoltmon. Colonel
Gi.uil took, a -eat at the right -hie of the
t'ed, placing h.s K-ft arm on the
pillow atHju: his father's head.
Close by the bedside sat Mrs. Gntit. in
teiiM'ly agitated, but br.iely suppressing
her emotions and 'tru tug to be calm. Mm
leaned upon the bed with her r!UiW. and
gaed with eyes blinded with tear- into the
General's face. There was. however, no
sti;n of recognition on his jwlhd face.
He was breathing fast with Might
gasping respiration. Mts- Sartoris leanrtl
on the shoulder of her mother and witnessed
with penl-up emotion the ebb of life m
which she hail constituted the element of
pride. The scene was a quiet one. and the
General pas-ed peacefully, painlessly lnu
another wot Id. A little dist.u.ce Ih-IiIimI Mrs.
, . ,r sr!r,..i,Jii...!ilr,.i.l.i.i.
siciniis. Douglas, Mirady and ands, sdent
siM-ctators ot the scene which but for their ef
forts would doubtless have occuired months
ago. Jesse Gtaiil and I". . Grant, Jr.,
stood opjtositc their mother at the other
side of the b-d, near the foot of the cot.
Close by Jesse was N. E. Dawson, the
General's confidential secretary and .sten
ographer. At the foot of the bed
stood Mrs. I. S. Giant. Jr.. bv her side mii
Mr. Colonel l"rel Grant and Mi. Jee
Giant. These three giicd down into the
face of the General, while their eyes
btsLMine sutfiiM'd with tears. Thnn siir
routided dusi the hero.
Mis I.A-r UOliDs.
Moi'M" M Gnr.i.oir. July 'IX A far x
is known, the last words uttered by tin
Genera! were a request for a glaa of vvator
at three o'clock.
( t i.vki.axis roioi.i:TK.
Waiiim.io.n, July iU The fotlowiof
telegram was sent early this morning:
Wa-.him.ion. July ::!.- To Mrs. I. S.
Grant, Ml. McGfegor: Accept this ex
pression of my heaitfelt sjmpithy at UtH
hour of our great attlk-Lon. The iteoplu
of the nation mourn with you. mul would
ic.icli if they could, with hIIhII) comfort,
the depths of sorrow whir'i w tur tdon.
and whkh only the pily uf God nlotiv can
jbigued GltoVKR (i.kvj:i.anj.
ei:i:inrNT"s viwcl vvaiiv
Wamiimiun, Julv IX 'lhe Pn-sidcnt,
a few minutes jwst eleven oVIf-k Uds
mouiiug issued the follow ;i. prx latnation:
Jly the President of tie I nitetl bit.
A "proclamation: The Pnsidil of
the United Mates has just recv.ved the m1
tidings of the death of that lilusitioi s
citien and c-I'ieidetu of the t.'mlel
Slates. Gncral U1v!h?h S. Grant, t ML
McGregor, in New York, to whi-h pUe he
had latel been removed in n end.-avor u
prolong Ids bfe. Ill nuking thi an
noiliicemciit to the people of tin- UnUei
States, the Piesident i imprevietl wu.fi that
mneiiitiKle' of tli public Ios of the greJit
public lender wh was in Uie hour of vic
tory iii4gnaitimou.amtd disaster serene aiel
.elt-siistaiiicd, and who in even "talion,
whether as soldier or chief magistiale,
twice called to jHiwer by his fellow coiiu
trwneit. HihI iitiswervhigly the jiatliuii of
duty undeterred by doubts.
The countrv ha wiinaei with deeu
emotion his iiioioniretl arnl itscn: stniKirlt
with a painful diea.-e, am! luo wnt'l.til
hy his couch of siifleiiiig wiUi tear
The destined 'd
conic at ia-;. nia -spirit
has retired to the Creator who ent It forth.
The great heart of the Natron that followed
him. when living, with !iv and
pride, bows now in sorrow above
hun tier..., tenderly mindful of hi-
viitues and great patriotic -ervlce. Iu
testimony of reprt to the mentor v ,f
Grant, it is ordered that the Executive Man
sion and departnieiit" at Washington Ih
dnip'Ml in inourniiis: for a j-iJihI of thirty
days, and I1 juihlic business jdiall on the
lay of hi funeral ! upeiuled. The ivec
i clary of War ami Navy will caue older
to be" KMicd for appropriate military ser
vices at his funeral.
T. K. RaYARI. Fectetary of Max
ins riioi:i.K KPt x.ti iir-
Mt. Mct.i::ooir. ,ln!y 'ii. Hie cottage
where the last few day. of the country";
hero. General Grant, liave h-e pass.s-1. is
.Mtrroundeil with ilcne crowds, mot of
whom have come fnm mil- abtil U -m.-c
the Ixxly of him whom they worship"! ai
a hero during his life tme. f'oionel Ffel
Grant. Dr. hrad, Dooglai and Kiwli
have ba-en In consultation tni rnornmg a
to the hot place of Uirtal. It is now t
lieved that tie- little mound on the srround
of the .Soldiers' Home, ne-ir Wa-hington.
tvi.! lr- sehvted. The hrAy of the dead
Genera! will he Uken to New Yoi'i aaU
v. ill he in state there.
- Tf ha- hsjn v ry lru'. i'l that
Tvh'-n an e!i:or Btakflss a mslke in hi
a:er. all the Trrld se and can! hun
n fuol. W'bm a private cituun aiasa a (
u. Likr. nobo ly kaowt it nxcrpt a ftr-v i
i. rmii. aad thj cvune aroon-I aad a!c '
;'. eii?or to eep it out ti JL.o pa,-er. :
"v hen a k- Tat? cituen dae ilv ..i. ;..ria
a .rJ to rris'f hi g-xl .,n lit-- and
1-a e toe bad oat Hhea th eiiur
d -. tbr prira' citi a ajs -Now
t at laro lmr will j-t to tWsrrU.' ,
' o.tnc-t'cmt VmUto-K.
A rnii-i a-OMd Botrea tl.tyi ia '
tlnl afc a). tasasaj aahris- War t.
- w .. - .vw. . m v
y j. bxi i, .j ouj,
,-rer s:or. aal aor-f ail o: th aeir.
tvo of taW lawvers nal a of tho
tra'i-e xrc dttl. ifce sorri.-iax niei
h--in i more than ninelr year of afe.
"E .a, a.
An Karli4H 1acai-r Conn could
hardlr hate done b:trr. .V. i". ua.
A Itlse of vrhita -t.Mre. whih
fomewbat renih5es mari4c and is t-;
r-Ul of a hih poti:la. eti-&- ia Vnm-di-o
aHtfT, Ntfvatla. Wh oaarr.?d.
Ii is said to be nmch Bettor and flbr
than ordi-iar- rock, bri: aariiea. Cfoa
rmx? li.f f
kBl.-. ".BMCBI OAim
7 s so
X S S S7 S S
t-.'- Sitcj" .in; s rn at p.'lnt
J .ii-t. o .-' C Vi H ne-rs
rr N.vh His jT-ot. in loJU, rTt-.VrJ
to Th- v:p of t.r.nl"toL, O . nhrt hl
i. ) twsS . Jrsl
.U ISr .-r i.f ctrn!'!l t1r-jrr lir' fO
t-rvj the M. lary fm-'.rn r ml V ! J'Mfl
ll-r ij r--n Kr'Trer i U rw I - Vwt
tin- t . iv ! nif tto rsi urrsj ?- j.tTil.
n-n. S tti:lki. nil- ..ra t. u t1 !
t '.rn; TSir .;thort.- t Wft --ui !
the " rMrT ef W r j-f t.- r-t lj tl
j-t.H . al-i t.. isorr.-s t t t nil !rr bit w
Ci't..p SlUuof tt-titi-t t t r .
.raat ha.l br--i r-r'l'-l a1 I t S.
irt hr fri nei Th- . .J r r h-S hr
fhr. ih mnl ' rt, w n"'!.. mat
M Hr riwluHr.l ih lsi lraO Sf .n
( :- .'f th rtr n:m- H.J.4 a uj:i. ' M.1
hrrt "-t-rn, ; tutft.&l, mhl an ,"J to
ibe ourth lnl.iiti r
In T- t-tjiMn.. r t l the f.-n-5 r
rtTtsit to Tela to in tke rw) t -ori
T !ur Mr w r'mwn-l'.tl ljrttint
S-1'l.-trl.er .y II aett Iwlt.e i l'lo
A. to M S. IH. nl Hr il --iietiU) lV"
prt 's.i In th I (Iir of Kmi uJr r!M
ii.' Monttrr . inJ th in cf Wot mi In
Ajrl. tsT. he niidr jKii.rtrnitr of
hi- r-wlmcfit, nJ aflr thr llt!r of Ml Bi
dr. K-j Krti'Hilipr l4T. hr e. ltlrl
ti the Bed Kitm I .r.i!rfmit for h -d-
ulitrt llr was I re s. i- n ur.t it I t-
uri (anrlatHt rr; irt ( :u. ' it of ' tuv
Juitr..r, nriri t.rerl!r.l iiMaitt. !
roiutu siioii ilat n. from Vht ltl r fttr
llie i-i'!r . T "ihIIW of Mric. Ittonl r
tjri-J x.th t) rt-imat 1 Crt
lai.ori'sl nt brtrvtl ai.U .ttrrsil at
h'acWrt p llrl)ir
lu li.- hn uimM t Ju:i T Xt,
0-uriitrr -r iirri'hnt 'n "i fu- i.l lii
M'li'tul ir f hi" i dmul li lfcs In '
mri"Miah r-l ' f r- ' nt to nife.rn BI
lrr..u. itml Hi s;- ninm .wiir! I'bJv
tjii in iv. he i'i'nr! b. t iniii ovn iu
tiir nn anil rett. n-l Wdtbt n'f t 1
lu , it- rr tie oit frn Tkirrr h!
duiihirr Nrilir. now tr Kr-.rls, w iiri
In lrf he rriuo h! t ii.ii-oi. 'i. tnl "
'ut-ri ,n It. .i-slhrr trade witM H fatStnr
tool br' Urr. rr 'r
119 thr i.ttn ol Apr.l. t.s.l. Kort Simlur JrU
On thr lAth I'i'iilrol IjicuIh axntle Uf H
foi tn'f. ae. t,a f hr Ith ;rrt tr '.taw
m iiijeiij of iu! .ti(rr ,n l.al-tia lour
duM inter U 1 it to iniitlKl I rvm
lliwre tut wrrot to thr V I; itrtt l.rnrral f
the nrutj nCT-ns h ! ( fb
ernuirHl In tu i np i .h liib 'I mrl to
mii ue.f hint itiant rrntaoirat at sj.nsr
fir t kmO hr:rj ,r,Blfe th- t MiUHlrf
lrMfs nt tbe t! .Ut-r r'kf tkm
urk nhhhh-s rn.4 t.art mIui t.i loot -r.a.
t n'tth'ilt lll. Iti'txruot VilrtoSatwl
Ulm :hi rvtut flrM Krslmi ui of IIiIimm In
tu.ntr r tirfV. eaintnstt of hl n.lmnl wt.rlr III
Jiimr and Mun hl ti Xt;- .r t.rt!H
t" Itn?nt1et l.rlwrni r. km Im1IomI
Ht Molicrt, Htoul atlv uiiW-a imi"Ib of lb XI l
rurl li.ter n Aiii-u; S br v, h etnwi
mNtsI Hriyu.l i r -iirtn ir n.nHiwr", h
roitii'inMiiii in m 1tttS tH to Mio 1" Hie.
6rl ruit.tarr h ri.-eiiit atfci - ire wt
l".lii' alt Kt . ii i ii r.tniaNatsl hv
i-mi.'.-i of !-lb (no IrnntMi. ul tbr okm.
At tlie Imftlr nt lla-itarotrt. orrt-r 1.
tjiHni etosmaii'lrd lu p-r-on at.4 hnd
u lnrs- altot iiniirr h tit Yr-'-rumrt
t he PttfHiirvoi r: Hearjr. arwl in
lr- ihtor rrt Ioiif.nn sorr-eji rral to
h.m H!ri tti thr nftrrie tlma-mi
Hm Vii'-r iu peiM'Ml nf !" rt ltiMMn. 0i
etit 'o him ukiut trtrtt f rtU uiutlt.ii,
w -ioinrntl ebnirt.rat uf tf a,rr.t
rl!lr, ' tu trf-ll mi ril i.ni'ond,tNaaVl
$ rnni"tiit aiirrr ndrr rati !- r.lst.
i .roN ti tame immen lij upon ywur
t BrK rn- Irrina wr ti.r.
Ih Mmi-i niwl Mrt(i mn twita.r!
(ii.n"ri f.rnnl vh a)t onM firniaia.ffa lulin
Mr'i'n ri nj.at appM,,t't ' Miina,r of
lhe Ills i ilufWawt f -mri""aa Immmliti'al
lt-r lb- etiur of l'rt !" !. Urunl
Teii .iii-ia r (avf.riati lll.r k i!lt.rau?' ami
nn4 rrrnottal halt in ; I a w-ak n.a
i.nlrrrsj ta ra-iiir.a- hi" eaitinnl n.r ' r-i
hall ,. -h.!..(i mm f-.ffc-hl on nn!a ;iml
Monrini tha- tth ! Tli af jn' !. nie.
f-t l-l m )a !'-.. fa.rllir I toa.ri a,i.,r.
It ' " till" a-fiaatatna-M Ihht tin- .tnta
rr alaj .a-!i-f al A- tt s.firy Jaahtlaotu ;
'allif! M IST Mi-kii rl I o-lnth I.TKMt
.ri uml lit eaotimaml ta liigrrai
Ma. its.-'.. Illnl when til" laltT w
rallr-t t. Wrirnftn. Iltn " aMila't
! thr ninmsii't of thr Arm) of tV- i-nn'-
r Hnillptilllail lflahUI Italy -Vs.Xm1
ala-fa-ata! itrUW,' hat riaaai,' a .fl Nt cmldif
foil "- fp Marrh I" i l'rri!a-nt I.4ni aa'N
aipaanfr I '.rail ' a lilta'Mr 4 lurt taf tbn
rOl!r It Ipr f!r .t .Ul lha fnil ajf I.r,tra.
ant riia ra "t !h- l"'at uf tiiat nni
Orartl aa if-l hi" ." rfrta r-l Oftjrr IMUIbbr
rOllimalel f.f thr .irrtl.-- .' 'if I H'trsl tatr
(Ufl - 'ifoasd llat hrarlijwartrra OUa f.aa
i tiir r.r a ami j nt i further fatitrr iii
th Artii' 'f 'ti lttuar At ui-ln jfil.
May a f.raM t",-aiu Ilia. tnoTrr-iatnt x. jut
aOckain'-n-l. wh'tki. aftar rlr ,f Imrtl
ftoirht laatt'e r-u ''r In t hr rupture ut th
I I'a-teria.'r ApitH , SJJrl- .1. Wai'a t)n thr'aJh
of tftr amr Ui .fi 'a-rirrl l-r atirt hlrf
tlr- com 'fian-l rrrnl-t" 'o IJrafil at ,p
)wiin (!! I i.rt Hw. '".
Sm'.j, I"-. 'irrl Jrnt ii -frifnia-unrH
l.rrrrni of it - Array r rr r(a,
rli,,) ffr al f f hllll t-y 'if ( i-ficira
il(imli 1' I'rra Jrnt J.hn't tlajtrniiavl
ftaaa-rrtari "Unl'in fr. pjar. p jtwintaH
l.rnn ,rant Ka - rriry of War ml uirr'rn
Tli. r.3u frst hroi until January J. J"-a.
brt Ji rMoraral :t to Mr Matt'oii. -h'
rria'i-B. 'Nr fn.tral "-tastrai nnula ha1 rafir4
At ilir Itrpu'i-'atl V nntl OHTrnti.B
hW nHi.c.-i Mo I. !. t.r.f,fsJ .rst
aoa ri!"i or thr Srt !a -A fir Tr-
rt!t Hr wa rrctr1 !fi :h- fi. 'th ta
Ulr lnu "m buy .rr C otfai Vla-r. l'r-Mrt,
In fi l'.r(aot. rti Uon. t mitf atxia )i. 4
In Pbi.ail'ltt'sm Jtit- la. 7Z f.nnt a r.
nsnvirta-l LT noriarnaili-OI Hrnry Vi,aon fi?
M ""., "rlta. ln-inf rtllUl l,M fur f .
prratdrnt. M rs.ivr.j a v.(,i'ar maj'rit
of nraarly l.' rntai farer Jlww fr-r,aj,
the ItvnT'ie a-IB'alrr
.Ha'fJ ufrr :ht ftjrntinn of h'a trrt la
1-T". tlr liBti'n amatV-r dnnl rat! i tour
i-ound hr s.,r . at mt ! .. rnesjin
Srtafntrr f tr.at yrar Hr -i.ai rrrrlml
Trr7,,jrra tte t J'k-lat f"Ofj(.!TBt,(.
tb faOVrTTn.rnt I1 a.K.!a r f Shr .J
'Vyrirt aw itu raca othrr in 4m- ItuBor
to tkr Atnren.n m !iar arvt rmiri".
fjrnrra ln,n t.i xyrj j-ri3lrf5i cafi.
J1 r..r) Hit hia-aa-a-i SatlOBavl HrjrtMK-o
naTiition in la for tb nntnnntUm far
Pr 1rt for thir-t tarw. lot 44 &t tir.
rt n iel' Uac rTflnaUon Hnn th'n
( fca Tf-; U. .N"r Tar H Snifcfa;
trrxtbe- ra Uf fwiit tr nr xa-nt.o la
thi roavi.3 In tbr .t jr raf thr r-
CBt i'jBgTf a bOil ;iaa.rt pUaltj,' tha)
oil hf on ttr rri.rsj ;it ; tht raf, !
tk rak avcsl pj mi Ocari.
- harge I itb i.u a TR2Tan.,,
fz'nl t..o prosecutor a an .ii man
t.Biiel r.r.e r-r w niarcMoaJ oii Wkm
wci Hutcbia-. TWurxi.j ummn.
"An too loliT or iksX tj,tT ' -Nw4
u.Uj. by xttM- ' "I ter JK-istMM-r.
rrs Z'A. a viisblo upport. ami if m
dn t WiiaTT- it.j Wok at Uwi woauut.
ioha my miu xa.1 txke in wtuxtun.
h a cvW dar whtm I cut -opport
so"!!" KriotScr wm Mnt up .wr
Jnr; iir. mad Mr. KrVtter Uuvw a
ti at the Ju4r.
(ot of l.oi v pvopfo lvr iato Uii-i
TTorki of sa and orrw. vyj taWr k nx
kaovr a :d sUry wfco 'Mvr Jn-ar
it ffjrar. ii s'! fiZfV ant. a..Tl i. ...
do not laew how u tmpl h Ut-oi.
tsolTtffi. or havea't txA mix&n'. ai:
when to introduce it- t'ofre.lnrt Adr-
"Ther; is much eali&jj by thori,
wciphu and ninsures. f;JTe oraeof
ocr merrfaaats tho right to !! out Ut
lMwarv by Use pjat am xy wdoj,j
cheat rou ia the iaeaur:aic35- friax
A pala trc. ail to be one baadred
rears oh!, ia ia the coaattrraiorr ol a
Korsrich (.Coaa.) raaa.
Pfr-rtsmtlnwa of th trrnof of Kn
an.t ti'.nrl Anqnnnplni f rtaatH of
frrTt (irlil Mw Vofli Trlfnt
TorrK v, July BLTho fo:iwnj,wAt
1 lvirt (join U Kxrenti- IKSVf iJ J -J
' Stat r K i
Kxt-Tir. I'Kr t'. M
Toi-r.K.v. Kax . Jaiy X l-
A ta.rrm aiuMtn tl 4vtn o'
r'v;v, v. t, rani. TJu hV. ,..- t
i.g nt eitai,i foe omiv '
e st Ut u pM4 ; ha st
r sL.w-X xxl afTsVT ' a : a
t. -. a. .. .
rrarnhT 's, rw mMnr nu-
x Cci1?n?--S pA-t tl)H' ' t
hx fnscn tbL. 6rt rtiuwti f
I n t.-l SUtc-v ITU cxaH p' "'
I gr: .uum .4dl"r. h tr K. ' ' -a
lhe nimal f tirrt . r
ai.l Jt.val ailiiHwtrat vf lb t'-
a .1 t: e parity and noaJ"tTf T h ,
I'fp, fiese plelial tUiutiia r -;
I .trstrd during his bc' wrf h.
the vofhl with hi faok-. a4 to
eer ritthjiHl hatioa na: winjK -
w.:h tlo f tte C.UlPtf mt U
around fi o n gn A a mr--prvt
for hi U.tx wrmmvry it - r
Uve fotmed ma dfwc"t $ : . -
of thtrtv t wt Uwi lha vrr-..t r '
nf tJl Nalc ho rloel on lte l
f uncrul, anal I do hnirby MTuesI a-':-i
thathe peepJo of KJ a-.. .
that day irt t ltrrh. vh.l h - -a
other place of imNK amaumfelas
tlo milllC br to the Mierooty of : -ielxawHe.1
elier of tllf ag ' "
fltitett of the KrjMabtV. tl iT:v '
cre-t el of th tat of Krtm
JoH A- M.vtlt .-
Jt:rrnits. I'irt. Mw., Juiy .
reeipt ol tbfHcH of (viMfa:
:laMta at the iaHjI f.ocnr Ma
ftditreso! the ftUwljig noMttttti '
AU)wtatt (ener.tl JittHl'
J l JaMlMtl al?Mtat trl f v
CtT Or JaOTMItXa's. JaVjf at'. I
jUsi JlsTCIVtst lafurvoatlsaii of U" i "
iiotteral t". S. (.rant, which oc. .-.-.
fight or MK-V. tlUs mrMlrg. THea-n'-e
otic tf the grealrsj silllets Altai mo'.
trtow cit'en of uolcrn tint i
iiiiautihljr eoalrvl. a c.renr. hot '
lOlltxteal atel CtOfplajte lt all prM '
A liHhrwtlvn .f the M!.iirl jrtir.
prevail thntighitt the nviiUrt w
M1 oseciall as .vla--tltMtiul f the -ration
and ef-em Iti which the :l t
iliHvn.i4 was iir.d hy tho pe!!" '
a-Mirl, Ufesivtlr of Mft or eral
heiebv itiiectrd. first, Ui IttinoHltat v
(lay the National flag at half in.
the nriHrv building until fionl !
5tc. , annn.l, t file the risciiMfit N
vnlttio atttrtHk tttt tin) f th- ol. in
.Jtllov JliliN ., M KM M't'atf
VVllSl r ttrU IMTfta.
Nttw Voats. Julv 24. Majr .i
JiriH-Uwi of the lWorl ( Atr.r
Ute fd.wit titMtch thas maoiiM
Mr t . rnt. Ml Me'lprv.-. ,s ',
In alatK-e ( olUcl.vt ttcUoo,
titM-!ad Wi ten! nt to Totlf atv! '
tho daapp SmAtt tf ttfa I H001ll
f tW iNIUla tS4 aUtiataritMa laf tha
N'W ora. IW )tHlf iMffaMVaTNIsrOi. I
u auUaritis.t by the ttatawmul a-t -aatlturiltram,
whkh will ls aatw fr
Mtorne,. (u liHtOmt 3n ft laai pmi
lot ti mwiiti ol Mra. Gram.
Mto of that park, uf ttat dty whir,
aHert, I im iu authorixrl i
(.'..rnaot'i nMH at U) f'itv Hni'
pnrpu.t ot altossins 'khoboti)- ! I'.- -lMtn-l
)S vo -t
Mr 'v.Hr.oM. Jolt 1 Hr
Chaff lnK to Mnfor aranr'a ol"
ren t ( ottMnei iraof tola ttHm- .
UW bsir'aJ Tho 'luteal aufcj u '
a.at. trfr lora aa a bm
if Uury o.uitl ti sort that Jipa, lt.
tto bor.cJ with loo Cii-
Uf kaWl IS-OrstaSil. Tufftatf tr..
Gnu- and ha.rtljr mlU omo tm-m -ply
that ueh a roaiitM wmoM is- ,
The atsUr mill tfMtOtlsM b a
daj. Tfa e4Ug t eotniafatt
freia TUitofa, Tha (iraa! .Vtn.
poro IM srotttKaVs m ait .-.
liter Ls MO aMw4 to MUttala
Mtlalilrnt. af Tt HUJUaVlOOa
.Vrw T'.wi. Jttty i, 'I'ba rit
nnlwraatty alrapl lliao oo ao
inr ttit amaaaalnatatm of I
art . tMawlMy fj iMOlO 'f
r-il' tlrnth. Tno tfry .'fa-!
em rejorl that kwrtu tn th
Of lle ttHaJai aVO UttaTi bv iHl a
nwl iifesl 4otanl lr ttJara ate'
etoabtV la ttMm city and tirto,f!
caonlry IfUktoafUtis In NMitiaaxo pa,
repobtintiotl h'tm tola rowrutatt. 1 1 -
of the tiwMat eriUif)la; rhru Ur, . .,
eHU a entire ali-rrrwf blttrtnaSaM i i . , .
Ia Grant. Tho rh.a.f i(.l iiiavtssi! i-
htt neneroaa cotwiai-t at ttva Wrna . i
stmeodor and tha mnnmntt', .
AAfd Ulr o( tf4.Uoa M ff. i- y
lHaiilfavsr, in hfei tMtr a
'Ihr joMnmcera f ntt thr havafutK '
ill this clt hav derailed U rto- U.. j i
of MIIIUrtntXi!: on the r-rnjltij f thr '!a '
the fierL (iteat iM(rrt Im tufe.fi n
l.tirstKu, n lo hf Ua Um1 ,( t! . . j
lltt frL Mr. I MWs, uf rhiU.i. , a
wrtJl La. f-ftouit's m ail Hattsr f ! v
ti thr rrautifta artangriitenU !I v , '
chaxrr f till fuli-iai rrtrtMm
llijelr that h Will ! -a'Jr,! tt- ti -r- .
hleti f tha tl.nie poititi wjt ha.r r
pfrferrs by tlr General t tm iasrVa at
Uja pla,-r of ouria'
Nr.w V.k. JhIt U. - The U.r I
Aidrrmen tnrl to-ay ainl rttjtM -liou
preiit-l br Pfa-aidrnt .Suater v
frgard Ui the i-kI lntlli:na- nffla-u: ,
muntCAtrst by Uie .Major, of Uw !r"
Grncfal Grant. The rcxdutioti wr'n
the e!JV-i that on tb day
till fMrmral rltetl lr rr-.
to c'ne th-ir pl" of bo- r
nI that nirntr of Ue f'otntaoj) . rr I
atfj-tvl th fiitiTsl in a l-a!y. that Ui- VeV
frit rmpt)ir of th- rrnire-U l- t-t-'i ,
the family of i,r-.J, U.at prr--r !.
Itie laj nntiioflrat Ut nffrt sept. '
Uir Irvlj- of Grant in any of XUpi.- :
of N'rw yrk. arnt tiiata copyo !irs
tlona b DititaMy rr;;ry:M sa! fopa-'s'
the tx'roare.I farmlj.
A I'lavatar ,at.
Mt. MrGHr.oou, V. y , JHj zi.'X
t-wrnty intrmtA afr the Uraio f r.fia-.
;rant, Krl Gartirt, a liartfonl rp -vain
h Un niaklag a t:.y Iwro '
Gmairal, vtji aKjrans-J to tV rMtar ai
th" MUg-iuna of Ut. Nentoan. n e
jiT.er ta' of dwil la-io. farr 1
-- hlgnly aacrMfaJ
iIo Hmwijay. the traT..cr. u.
cr.bin' Smyrna. renjArk- thai t..
hut one prfwia thr-yij who WfW- :
Aftknz anythin";. -tnd h yen Ul. n
tof too of a hoiL-fx. Vih Mai.v
KcclucVr. vrhen it. ( ongr4. w .
tl:csi if Nw Catlj-. th couKtr . i
Hrzrr. jn hw 4iHtrrt. wj. tmur .
He Tthlirtl that J: w. tt hi.
hursil Joq there rcs.catav. - .,
A woniaa ia Sprln;aaol. .
favexHaM. and pat-n'I tvo or-r' -cloUt.
vrhjch can be mod oarar.
raall a.a tho oTtlwarv jhtxi. Tt.
ahank and h--l U ost 4e. Tie
l !tj;h:. Oifnfortahlc aai warm
Uza alo iareo:l a crty-rv -xuh I
P-a-i hrad. xrhlch Mrewr. is
' . s pnrrenu all daar of
V'' oa the ice. car-
ThT! arw now -mrlr-r.l Ut -..
lire fJ aher.es of th- L'aiU'tl "stai
; 's.l. oi a tonnage of a.ts.r '.
I There arc U.-Ot bsl. alod at
3 ,yyi Tbr apparattt. oar and
i fit arts vaJueti al $,14S-jZ. Ta t
aaiouar lnrs:ed. iacluxlm aviaar
btil!din. tc. is r7j&..Zrt, zd t
aaaa! prrxlaci whea rtaufY for '
axarkc: li lU.Olo.GKJ. L'eitoti U.
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