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tup PF.li PT.onD CHIEF
4. C. HOSUES. PiiWistor.
Av exp.iN.on of Polish subjects from
All eln-scs alike
Austria has begun.
ii..1.li..li.rft has broken out in JM-
Tioi ami quite a number of hogs li:iv: j
r i-il" from the di.-ca.e. One farmer who j
had one hundred neau luai 5ui.
4.iht of them. Many other farmers
niake similar reports.
The American Minister at Brussels
declined to interfere in the ea.-e of
Chateaunef, -who was arrested in con
nection with the murder of Mile.
Mcnctel in Taris. and who claimed to
be a naturalized American citizen.
A katai. disea.se is reported prevail
ing amour; the hor.-es in the country
w:ir Shulb.wille, 111. William farms,
a. .Shci5iyville Town-hip farmer, lost
seven head. Prominent veterinarians
juonounce the malady pericarditis.
A notkwoktjiy phenomenon was re
lently reported from Callao, South
America, where a loud report was
heard proceeding from the sea and a
larre column of water wa.s seen to rise.
A himilar occurrence was observed
during the preceding week. From the
situation of the spot this can only be
ascribed to natural causes.
Font of the live excursion steamers
of the Continental Steamboat Com
pany, prying between Providence, K. I.,
mid summer resorts on the river and
!ay, were .seized by United States Mar
shall J. H. Coggcshall rcccntl', libels
Iiaving been filed against them by
Thomas J. Fenner for running with
more passengers than allowed by their
TrtK Secretary of the Interior has de
cided that County Judges of Colorado
ma' admit aliens to citizenship. There
appeared to lie a conflict between a. sec
tion of the Federal statutes limiting this
function to courts having a clerk and
Fcal, and the Colorado statute author
izing the merging of the ollices of
judge and clerk in one person, but tho
Secretary holds that in these eaoes there
is no conflict.
Ciiaklks Cam!', a wealthy farmer
living near Macon, 111., has donated to
flic Illinois Weslcyan University, of
llloomington, a farm of three hundred
and sixty acres. The farm is located
one mile south and one mile east of
Macon, is finely improved, well watered,
and estimated to be worth twenty -seven
thousand dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Camp
executed a warranty deed vesting the
absolute title in tho trustees of the
Tine Current, a weekly periodica
first issued in Chicago December i'l',
1SS:1, has suspended. Its editor, Mr.
Wakeiian, says that the obliga
tions of the Current amount
to bat :i few hundred dollars, but
in his efforts to attain the succe.
which appeared almost a-sured, every
dollar of his personal mean? ha been
gaerilieed. The Current has been de
votetl entirely to literature of a good
order and to unbiased discussion of
(he events of the da v.
The oaj-e-cl the sixty pauper- who
were refused a landiti"; at !NVw York,
but who sttbsfvjuently landM at Hali
fax or some oilier Canadian port and
.made their way .thence into tiie I'nlted
Stales hi.K been Jjtid before the Treas
ury lK'partinenL Ir. Lyman, Chief
-of the Narration Divifion. says there
is .no remedy; that the pauper iimni
fjsnt law only applies to landiti";
direct frocr: a ship and is silent on the
question of their ecniino; by land. Con
jiress will ie asked to legislate -on Lho
One or more -employ moat agencies
.)f Chicaojo have advertised of late for
large sinmbecs of Jai-orers to ro t
jManiUxba to work-ofi the Cansdian
Pacific 'llailway. Jt -was slated that
vast, numbers of Laborers Shad been
shipped into thai far-away region ajily
-to discover dbai it was impossible tio
'procure rorkit!ere. They tfsxlare tint
llus shipping rtf ls.borers into tint local
ity PsaultiS only in Teal disappoiot
inent and distress to lle ictims of
what tbcj'look .upon as sn organized
At lie -tirclfth .-aanual-convention of
ht National Association coi ex-Union
l'risonece.of War.faeld it -Philadelphia
jreeently, tlie following oflieers were
.elected IcrithensuMgjTcaLT: President.
T. H. Longnecker, of lfedlt-nl. Pa.;
First Vice Ptetident. I. F. Ifiack. of
Sanfiuf ky. O. ; 6ecou(i Vice 'Pres'ulent.
Henry Kxipp, of .Baltimore, Md.;
Chtvplaiu, Kev. Chides leost'r. of
Hartford, Conn.:: Treauirer. Ke.v G. A.
CJessner,, oi Freaiont, O. T-lie next
convention of the Association .-v21 be
held al BaflaJo, August "20 tad 21,
WfLUAK Forma of Jiiw Orietibs.
went to Atlanta, Ga,.. the other day
from Talulah Falls far medical treats
or wbieb has ueea fubstanttatect.
W'kile cliaibiagup tke rocks at the side
of tke falls, kis foot cjippeai and he fell.
rolliaf dowm aa iacJine of foar hua
dred feet, aad tken falliag over preci
piee of thxee kandred and eeveaty-six
fet. He fell into a soft marsk. and
for more than tkirty hours he remained
rhre ke fell, naable to move and al
most too weak to call for assistance.
At one time he saw the members of the
Ttscuing party within thirty yards of '
mi, uui aas unaoio 10 maae nimseii
Beard. Fortun.tdv. he fell near a -
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?ST by dippiHfc his haadkerchief into
he'wst aiui ta .- .. J
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! THE WORLD AT LAEGE. !
A Summary of tho Daily Now&
PKItJONAI. ANI J'OIJTICir.
Chaki.k.s A. Gajiijkiel, n wealthy IJal
ttinure merchant, lieil suddenly at the
Continental Hot", i'hiladelphia. recently,
iimler peculiar circnmstaiie"5. Two lit
tles, one. marked ainiinma and the other
valerian, were fomi'l in his room empty.
.Mil. TilKODUItE r'r.KLIXGIICVrjEV. son of
the hitu ex-Secretary of Stile, was mar-
ried the other morning at Newport. II. I.,
to "di.s.s Alice Coates, datiht.-r of James
Coates, of the firm of J. & P. Coates. of
Kx-fJovEr.xoit Ueukes E. Fento.v, of
New York, died huddeuly at .Jameatown
on the ii-'ith.
Josni'H E. ISowEN, the oldest master Ma
son in the country, having been install-l
sixty-eight j'ear ugo, died at I'hiladel
phi, recently, nyed ninetv-four.
Senator Laukahee received the Itepnh
Ifcan nomination for flovernor of Iowa, at
lies Moines, on the :27th. iv acclamation.
after an informal ballot giving Larrabee
705; Hull, .571.
O.v tho night of the tilth a verv
thunder storm, accompanied by a rale, j -"-p-n switch near I'.ome, On, recently,
prevailed throughout New England. It William), a -fction hand, was instantly
was exceedingly severe in Hoston ami sub- kille-l, and Engineer I'owt-r-,, Fin man 1M
urbs. Mani' houses and other buildings lows and 1'orter John Thomas sermualy
were damaged by lightning. t hurt.
The entire town of Wasserburg, Havnria, j Ai- I.ociriE, the murderer of six persons
wa.s destroyed by fire recently. Over sixty 1 "car iihiuc-, Tex., was taken irem jail re
btiFiness houses ami two hiiiidrcl dwellings t cently by a mob and hanged.
Tuehk were nineteen deaths from small
pox at Montreal on tho J.tli, being the
Inri'bst i.iliiilu.r ri.rvirrh-il sine., tin. nut 1, rent I
of the disease.
It is estimated that tho total nmount of
damage by the recent storm at Charleston,
S. C, will reach .J-.,W,000. Nearly every
vessel in port and every house in the city
was more or less injured.
The Chief of the itiirenu of Statistics re
ports the total value of exports of domes
tic cattle ami hogs and of beef, pork ami
dairy products as follows: July 1SS", -,-1S0,.77A;
July, I -"l , -f 1 0,TS,04il ; seven months
ended July .'il, IKsT., Wi.'JnjMt; same
months ended July .51, 18.S4, .",- I l,7i!';
beef and pork products for the nine months
ended July .'M, InSTi, .fi;7,70S,0J2 ; beef and
pork products for the same time in iss-l.
r,ri70,:HW; dairy products for the three
months ended July ."d, IS., $l,0::i,71;;
dairy products for the same time in I.wl,
The strike of the employes of the Queen
and Crescent system ended at Meridian,
Miss., on the Mth, the men agreeing to ac
cept their pny and quit tho service of the
There wero 4,!KK new cases of cholera ,
and 1,.J7 deaths reported in Spain on the
2."th. The plague wns thought to bo grad
At tie State encampment of tho Knights
of I 'y thins at Kocky River, near Cleveland,
O., recently, H. T. Sandman, of Cincin
nati, and (J. H. Puritan, of Covington, "Cy.,
were drowned while bathing in bake Erie.
The ("corgia Legislature has formally re-
ceived the records of the l'.oard of Trustees ,
of the Georgia. Colony, which were pre- I
seated to tho Statu by .lohn S. Morgan, of
Loudon. The presentation sjieech was
inailo in the House of Representatives by
tieiieral John R. Gordon, and the records
were received liy iioveruor .Mcwauieis,
who made a short address.
Tin: Italian brig Arngon, from Ilruns
wick, f'a., wns wrecked on" tho coast in tho
recent storm. Tho captain, his wife and
nine of the crew were taken oil the dis
mantled wreck by the brig Emma Hrnst
and brought to Savannah.
Tiikkk wa.s 11 terrible lioiler explosion
recently on the .steamer Orgo at Trieste,
Austria. Might persons were killed and
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business 111 a few days.
TilK "ermnn Hag, which wns recently
hoi.-ted on the French island otf the Victo
rian coast in the South Pacific, has been
removed by order of I'rinco Uisniarck nt
the request of Prance.
A nkst of counterfeiters wns recently
upset in St. Louis. Une arrest was made.
The gaug was operating in Hraziliau cur
rency. In tho New Hampshire House considera
tion of tho bill te establish the whipping
post for wife beaters was indefinitely post
poned by a vote of 17.'5 to .V.
It was reported that Don Carlos had
offered the Spanish Government the ser
vices of 100,(KW Curiists to vindicate Span- I
Lsh honor against Germany. 1
The total values of exiiorts of bread-
stuffs from the United States wns reported 1
at Washington rectntly ns follows: In j
July, JSSi, S,714,:Wa: in July, 1SS4, cjl-'.'ol.-7.4;
iu the seven mouths ended July HI,
JSS, J.vs,"sVS,')S2; in the seven months ended
July III, 184, 0,.4(l(i:iL
There was a heavy frost nt Staunton,
Va., on the night of tbe iJGth. Gardens
and late corn were badly damaged.
There wan a sudden increase in the
cuoiera moru-iuy av aaaraeu.es 011 ue
U.MTnD States MixisTrn Cox, in pre
senting his credentials at -Constantinople
en the yth, asuretl tbo ficiltan that tho
;policy.of the Uu'ted States was not to in
tarfere at all in .the affairs of other couu
tries. This paliey had been found moss
.advantageous, autl would be. a! ways main
.taiued. "Tue Treasury 'JSepartmecjt w;us recently
informed chat a party ot armed Culm us
lind left.tbs island cf Cuba for.tfie Florida
Keyv,. and ct was supposed that their ob-I
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vr:t was toorganwe a hliUisteriug expe-.
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sedvttcon to iverthro tbe Cuban Govern-J
m , , , ,1
erviuejit. 3iie party would Lo arrested on
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lanuts;;. ... - , . u '
oot the tCanarr IslanSs on tiio 27th. No '
daauage-was cau-ed by it so faros reported.
A kjot -occurred recently among tie sol- "
dierti stationed at Hurmanustadt, Hun
gary. recsJting Jiu the dtath of .one ati the
wouodiug of seTenteen.
Jen;: McCue. JSolicit4-of th. Treasury,
recently readered a decision that the cus
tom of g.TiHjr; GovcrnmenS employes thir ty
days leave of alwuce eat'h year wa.u
abuse that ha.-i grown up in th servitt",
Two policean were foaad murdered
recently at Geneva, HL Tk criaM was
tapposed to kare lieea committed by bur
glars whom they had sarprisod.
SCBSCRiPTios liU bare be opeaesl
throaxkout Galicia for the beoeitof tke
exiled Pole. Great animosity is dis
played jagainst Prineo Bismarck.
A CJMT meeting kdd by Nortkerm ' fc
odists j(olored) at lri.e Hill, Kuiui-nonl
Coaaty, j3f. C, was attacked by an armed
body ot JEfcm Methodists, recently, and
ArU intn Ti Northern Mirtrw-.t rte,t
in disorder, seren of th"em being wounded.
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. -i'Aw,rAi-ip- uti i m. niinniv 01 roHB
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i thm tbrabinefa nroTiae aa arerare
es vaa taresBincis provzaic aa aTrnco
of e cent, less thaa last year, aad
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.Mil. cannon, Lonipironeroi currency ni, ; wt,.t ,, p.,,.,,,-,,.,Ssenger train on
WnshiiiRttm, recently received a telegram , t,( Ttx.is s, , .. ui,roij rniI ilIto u
from Rank Kxiiiiiincr (Jelinan, who w j imH ,, tho track. Theeiitiretrain was de
charge of tho City National Hank, of Fort : r;iit.,i. Mr;. ,. K. inn. ged lady, wa..
Worth. Tex., reporting that the bank was fataUv -jlirei, ni, Sl.Vl.rai 0,ht!r; WtTtt
iimpiestioiiably solvent, and would resuiuo ; ,nro or j,.j,s inMt.
ruins of the fireworks fuctorv at Cvita
A dim'atcii from Jackson. Miss., report
six passengers fatally injure 1 in .in acci
, dent on the i"ay ti 1'ierre K.iilmad. Three
railroad men wvre killed. The train w.-nt
throui;h the 15:; Itayou 1'ierre brid".
! The Earl of Ivon ba.s offered to -eJl his
! tenants in Ireland their holding under the
! prvi-!o:i- of the land ptircha-? bill. The
tenants will hold a merlin", to consider the
A utoT took place at I'.ally FarriS5y,
Killarney. Ireland, consequent ujon a
' mob re-i-tin;j evictions.
A Yorxr; man named Schank wa.s re-
cently manIeo to death ntSpoktne, V.". T.,
' by setting his ftet in a tlirolnn machine.
The remairii of the late Admiral Cotir-
l.et were interred at the luvali'ie.s, 1'nri.-,
; on the "Mb. The service-, at the grave
were witneh-t-il l,y a large crowil.
1 Sevekai. thou-tand unemployed work
J inginn assent! led !n IsKtdon, recently, and
adopted resolutions demanding that the
j ( -vernmeiit assist them to emigrate.
j Hl'TTKli fc Peteii-' .saw-mill at Tnllman,
1 Mich., burned recently, together with n
laro- io?' f lumber and shin-le-.. The
! los-i was 'Srt.iinO; in-tired for ;...
A TitAi'i on the fJeoria divis'on of the
East Tenne-see, Virginia cc (Seorgia llail-
way was wreckel by rimnmg through an
William Kmwaktii. dealer in hardware
at Central City, Col., dry goods at Pueblo,
und cattle in vanou- parts of the State,
Was attached reCC'lltlV for I IM " ). 1 llO
estimated liabilities are j'-V1-4': nominal
a.-sets. jloo.oon; actual as-ets, unknown.
A THKKATE.VEI) duel between Editor
Larry Cnult of the Athens, ((Ja.) Ilitintrr
W'atrhiwin and Hon. K. A. Connell, mem
ber of the Legi-Int-ire from Decatur
County, has been averted by the award of
a tioard of arbitration. In the Housr nt At
lanta Mr. Connell withdrew ids strictures
on Mr. (iiintt and apologized.
From pns.-engers arriving at El Faso,
Tex., via the City of Mexico, it is learned
that yellow fever at Vera Cruz has greatly
increased during the last two weeks.
Aitinc; Secretary Fairchii.ii has re
jected the olfer of Julius A. Itlmmberg to
pay ?.i,IIW m compromise ot judgments
amounting to lo::,000, obtained on his
distillers' Mind 111 the Circuit Court of tho
District of Columbia seven years ago.
The bark Victor, which went nshore on
Turtle beach, north of the Savannah (On.)
quarantine station, was got oft on the '.JSth,
and was ordered by tin. health oilicers to
Sanolo ouarantiuo station. Her crew.
numbering eleven, had all been sick with
yellow fever, and live of them were just
TilK ("rent Western Iron I'.oat RuiMing
Company, St. Louis, has tiled a deed of as
signment for the benefit of their creditors.
Tho assets were listed at .f.hvVW; liabilities
It was reported in Madrid that Spanish
men of war had arrived at Yap, the chief
island of the Caroline group, ami planted
the Spanish Hag, no German vessels being
Repokts were received at army head
quarters on the 4th that one of the princi
pal lessees hnd already moved his entire
i.rd out of the Cheyenno and Arapahoe
territory and that all others appeared to
bo moving as rapidly as possible.
Tiik busiuess failures for week ended
Augu-t I7 nuiiibered. for the Tnited States,
Id: for Canada, "il: a total of 1-.. as co:n
pared with 177 the week previous.
Texas fever has appeared near Kanka
kee, III.. amongst 11 herd of "JO) cattle owned
by Hiram ("oidwin. Six have already
died and many others have the disense.
Tin: other morning about three o'clock a
Tin: Sheriff of Dauphin County. ln., re
cently vi.-ited the Pennsylvania I'ailroad
office and served upon several of its oilicers
notice of the court's injunction restraining
the consummation of the South Pennsyl
vania A" Heaeh Creek I'ailroad transfer.
ForuTEEN lives were lost by the wreck
of three lleaufort pilot boats, the T. U.
Schoper, Walter Smith ami John Stod
dard, in the recent storm off South Caro
lina. APPITIO!AI. 11SPATCHK.
TiitiKB per-otts were k. lied and several
injuicd by the fall of n cliff tho other dav
nt the village of Dawli-h, Devonshire, Eng.
The boxing contest at Cincinnati on the
"S'th, between John L. Sullivan and Domi
nick McCaffrey, ende.1 in the referee
n warding the " honors " to Sullivan.
Jks.nk I. Gka.nt. -ailed for Loudon from
New York on the iHth, en route for India,
where he i-engaged iu a railroad euter
pre under American aus; ice. He will
lie gone almut two years. He was accom-
i panied by Mrs. Grant.
The Ala.-ka Commercial Company's
steamer St. Paul, which arrived recently
at San Francisco from Ounala.-ka, brought
j,.. s,a, sktllt ralJtftI a. )Vor
Dr. WiIIi-j E. Everett, of the Smith -ouian
Institution. Washington, war nmong the
The steamer Benefactor, of th New
York & Wilmington line. Captain Teilon,
outward bound from Wilmington, w ith a
general cargo, went a.-hore on the inner
Cape Fear ("s- C.) bar. on the i-veuing of
the ."Xth and was likely to Ik lost.
A redcction of one cent per pound
iu the freight rate on hops from the Pacific
rrn tl Vt .taTi -u'lnlj f o c rw.ri rilfafi MV
, . . . . .
all tran.-iontiiieutaJ roads. The old rate
"'s three cents.
The railroad strike ltecame verv threat-
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eningat(alvc.s:on,Tex.. on the.r'th. when
the Sher.ff and po-ne turnel some threti
hundreil Knights of Iiboroutof the Gulf,
Colorado & Sauta Feronn lhonse.
An e.xcitel crowd of Po5i.-h men and
women iu Chicago, recently hung m ertigy
one of their country men named Mulkvu-ki,
who had JeM'ii arrested for the murder of a
I)irt'G a rairtstorm at Wahpeton. Dak.,
reet-nt y. E. E. Kolnian's barn was tnick
by lightning, killing two nam within and
injuring two otners.
ended Luga: 29 showed an average de
creaseof 0 compared with theswnespond
ingweekof last year. la New York the
decrease was 2-6.
A dispatch baa beea received stating
at cholera has appeared at Nafasaki,
Charlks Fields, aa old nta of eijfcty
fire years, was receatly swiadled otf of
&JM by bunko nm at Atlaatic City. 5. J.
Trai furniture factory of Gardes, Houna
& Co., at o3J-i East Sixty-first arxeeU
Nw Yark, was burned tbe other aaoraing.
Fireman John Ennis, cngiae compaay No.
killfJ by falliag walla, asd another
firezaaa vac injared. Toe loss wut-ti-
t , t . oQy
!-, nnlarnf rfna !
ers in Peru bv order of Geaeral Caeeres
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wifaaadchildreaof aa ocr aawaU as
SK itnir -r ina. L
NE11KA5KA STATE NEWS.
Is ten day .TJOtown 1 ":. were -S.I at
Chardon. bringing i7' ,"").
Twelve men are ?t t, under the r"c nt
cut, to keoj m repair one hiiu lrel in.'-., -.f
the Omaha v Republican Valley tra - be
tween ajlev Station and Stroinbur.;.
The iTohilHtiontstt of Lancaster ("naty
recent lv met in convmtion at I.ia In and
nominated . i full ticket for county tiiW-i.
pi. tr .1 . .. j ..u.... 1. V"
iue pi.iijurm nu.p..- i-a..iiu- .r .,-
tional I'rohibition platform of 1-J: lr
clarec that tne two leadinc jxirti. of :!
Stati and Nation are either in leonue with
the liquor crime or i:opelei,.-ly coatr l'el
by its jolit:rl 'iictator.-: that the m;c- 5
ot prohibition in the Nation mu-t cine
from it- aiioption in mnicijal. county and
State CJ'iveruineal",, therefore favir- kep-
in ii the ti-;ht: arrain the la Ii-bi-
ture for failing to ulmit the lnjuor ij,i-.'-
Hon to the people; declare-. ht-h lii--n..,.
M be onlv n form of briln rv. bv which tb-
State i- stopped fvo.il condemning a crime
in uhich ,t ha become a partner, and
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can.e of prohib.tion by the noble women of
Chakiwi.v is playing it-elf for the cattle
mart of that jiart of the State. The sto-ck
yards contain 010 acre. an even ctKu
G. II. Jewett, of Stdnev. ha. let5
awnrlel the contract for building the zi,-w
barracks at Fort Niobrara. The cost will
Nine miles from North Head, while a
gang of railroad in-u were taking tUeir
noon hour the other day. a di--u. .011 ar"- e
regarding the -ocial po-ition of the negro.
Wilbam Hnpper said go.d-naturedly to
Ab-xander Kiuibroigli, "H - - co.k1 ka
vou if hebehav. hun-elf a.- well." W1tho.1t
a word Kimbrough arose and drove n chiel
twice into Kapper"- breast and ru-he I 0 tir,iv aga n-t it. The monev, a the
from the scenu. So mi blen was the deed neople at Wa-hinctoa know. I at the pn
that no one wa. able to interfere. ltapje.r -nt moment in the Trea-ur Departim-nt,
expired in a numieiit.
The new f'liadn.n route from Dej.dwood
to Chicago has caused no reduction in the
fare between the latter points. Forty
eight dollars continue.- theonb-rof thedav.
A Man named Shea was killed by light
ning at Inland recently.
The Oxford I.'i-ii.-t' r fathered the Ikss
snake t irv of tin- .ason when it recently
said: Five miles from town is located the
If user resilience. Mr.-. 11 user sat h-r ly
baby on the tloor, and turned to do sun
sewing. The Uy laughed unusually
hearty, and the mother looked around to
.... wlint fi!ii!i...l linn. "Jiidiro of her hor-
ror," says tho .Vi..fr, "on discovering
that her darling boy wits playing with a
snake. The snake was coiled around the
lov".- lKdy, with its head extending a foot
or more in front ami curved bark toward
tho child's face, waving to ami fro mid
running out its tongue in a threatening
manner, while the little fellow cheqie I th
snake in his hand .some six inches below il
head. The mother with a mother's fear
at her heart wildly clutched the child and
tried to snatch him away from this fear
ful plavthiug, but 111 the struggle the suakn
succeeded in enveloping one of its nrms in
its folds and thus bound mother and child
together. It was impossible to hake it
loose, and after vain and futile eU"ort P
do .10, another member of the family ennii
to the rescue. A little girl of but a few
summers severed the snake's head from it.
IkxIv with a hoe, nnd tluu released lei
mother and little brother from their horri
Tiik .Vc states that some day-since Mr-.
Alley, of Valentine, arrived in Omaha on
her way Kast. She remane-d in Omaha
vi-itiug relatives several day. She had
a sail -.lory to relate in re'er-MH.. to leaving
her home nt Valentine. It was a story ot
cruelty and inhuman treatm tit 0:1 tlo"
part of her hu-batid, which .-' . had li'ti
until she could endure it no Iotier. I.at.-lv
he had ma-b threatof jiersonal violence,
and had een gone so far as to -tate that
ho would take her life. I hi the advice ot
her brother, whoal-o re-ides in Valentine.
' Mrs. Alley concluded to leve her hii-lxuid
' and return to her pnrents in the F.a-t.
1 While iu Umaha she received a telegram
j from Valentine that her brother had been
killed and asking her to return immedi
take ch'irge of th remains,
a hand.-ome casket the lnd
I shipped it, nnd taking the cars, sadly re-
traced her steps. After the train left r.
mesng was rtcetvcl from her brothet
that the whole story wns false and for hi
J sister .0 remain in Umaha, the heartle.-j
header being under arre.-t.
An Oxford photographer named Mcl.nm
J was recently arrested for stealing a wntcL
j and f.':t in money from his room mate.
A child named Rugg was injure nl
1 Holdrege recently by an engine. He wai
playing on the turn table when the engin
ran on and -truck him. He hud a narrow
escape from death.
CJraxvim.e Server, a Lincoln enrpen-
I ter, was recently taken sick nnd a few
, nights later, after the family had retired.
Server startled his wife, lying at his sole,
, by saying: "Well, good bye. Anna." and
j putting a revolver at his head llred. H
lived only a few hours.
Danies Chandler, a Union Pacific car
: inspector, was caught under a 'reight train
m tne varus near me ireigni uepoi ai
Omaha the other evening, nnd was c
... , . .
severely injured that he died in a short
time. His n.:e was thirtv-five years and h'
L.r. . irir.. .ml rnnr rhililmn.
A YOf.vr, man named Petrebon recently w" very badly bruKed, they orerpijw
su'ldenlv disappeared from his hotel at erpd "' ccirl the kejs and opet.e,-
Omaha, where he left his baggage.
The other night as the prisoners at tbf
Penitentiary were IxMng put in their cdis
four made a dash for liberty. The guard
fired on them ani one was s-curel, but
three escaped. Thev were, John Strund.a
Attend your County fair.
S. P. Morse tfc Co.. who parchaso! th
dry goods stock of Smith, trie Omaha ab
sconder, for 7.-,oV) in the United State
Court, upon taking pojsea.jon discovered
ta the baeme3t of Smith's building a lot
Tk.. ! wrh th. Ob. .l .!l mik th
. u ... m --. . .
pjrch.iof th stock oce-.;
thrs goods for secret shipment, bat hi
failure coming on sooner than expected, h
was ozuigez w leave w za.
J. J. Maktdt was recently arrested at
Oscaha for paanog cocntexfeit money.
A STSA5GZa lately vi.Ited Lincoln asd
started out to se tbe sights. In order that
ke astgai get the fall beaefit of seeiac doa
ble ke irst took ia tbe salooaa. When be
got back to his aonaal ceodstioa ke 4bVcot
ered tkat ae bad kwa re"ived of $79$.
Waru Jobs Skaaaaan's little seven-year-old
daughter was bringiag bisa a
driak of water ia tha hay field, ?a bis fara"
ar Coiarsbas. tkt otker day, ska stepped
imto tke deep graaa, aad being uaaoticed
bj otr iautT ww buwibz;! o
. a ot kr legs eatireiy cat off. bhe wSaT
Whsat ia Bauer Coaaty is rieJdlac IN
f- .......--.-.. ,.. 1.1 f fr.r fun.ll ... V,lt lur. -.r '-,,., )!-.. ...' fliro UlI IM HKlll 1 Wl M" J" -
' burglarv: Jacob Pvle. fortv-one v-arn old, if I ld the time, but my gun rU ci ol t'h ? U'J7 '? . il J
1 sent upVor rape, and Frank Greek, twenty- J en: crazy." ISKXa Z'r l?X oTtb. 5 . w
six years old, in for greeny. Th; Warder JZl t x 1 l.
, offere-1 a reward of .r) eaci for tneir cap- . Pi.fll... .,,,. '!-. r d,u, , m- wl crorlh. (,. th xtU o n
of secret drawrrs and pan-I doi;, Jn . ,. .,-
... ' .. bmr and a.s.au:.nr .
which were umrouj soKt an 1 twr-t ,,
... U "i oi.uni on a irr.httra.a iat
wares. jew;ry. sus:. lace-. ic.. amount- , .
in- in rlne to ltween !.. Cl.nJ SKJt. lUr " "'- h fc",r :m jeAto-day t
--' ' ' t rufitn aiaataWalni -
.. ---laaat1aaaaaaiawpa-yini t a hm ret-l the
The T ste IVnl"n ,l:ml at I'lilalr'j.Mi
Tnlr in rtfjnrijt The I'.Mirt r l
li.tlil.1 ftailli I)-fe Id Win f!l"cr-
Wa-him.tov. Aujot CO. It ! tAtl
a: the Treury Depattwcn: that A. Wi:
urrt, late IVnkm Acrnt if l'lUtiph w.
i, can tic the sccoonUnc fcr of ;.';
tiepartsneiit no little tn.oW Us-nne of hi
frtiiure to forwanl hu acrunt3 Uk :h
. .- -- .
m9Z..u ot jUJW .vt. ilr. urrt, a ttf-
aovel July 7. and acronllnc to tin? Tren-
urer'? re;-rt. had up to July !, f.-i K
tcoHtnt for advance ainounUnc to rt7V
117. Ju.!ce WUhawN. Th nl AiiUrof the
Timi. lw viernl t'H.s ;curtsl the
aent to forward hi arr:nt' for exkiniiki
tun. tut -o far Notn? ha not taken the
liKhte-t notice of hi ltt.tv In mVin';
h: la-t (uriuai remet the Third Auditor
rallci Mr. Norn- attetHMUi to M'Ct.ono :W.ri
nml .4Vl ot the Heus-d tatut. !.:ch
require that all otlWr who ho'd public
fttinN for dWbupeinent shall nnocr
monthly aisunt uiU..n :i da after the
expiration of each sum-.ue month, and
,,r,Hle that orticers hIo id to con.pry
. lM Mwnl v,IIxJ, t,,t..BW rn.y
a i-iiilr!enient aiwl -u!oeo; Tvhii.'aid m-
priMtnment. Thi-letter, it L ud. ha-pn-
duccd no letter e5ct thin it .-devtior
and the department ofi;vrs are Hi -ot-
what of k quat!ar s to lw to procrl.
There are no mi .'Ut.oii.- aeitm-t the Jotti
;ia! intesnt of Norr .
I'iiii ai t cm . Fa.. Aucust30. Colomd
Norn--. e-niin aceut. hcinc out of
town. Mr lluckle. his clerk, who ha- bn
preparing the rvcoiint.- of the n-iot of-
ice for the !.- month of hi- rbief- m-cu-
paoc of the pl.ice. wa -ecu la-t cven:ni:.
tud -aid th.it onl one letter liad Iwti n
rclved troin the d'iitment nc NofrU
left hi- HHiiion, and that w.thin a lew
la-. "Th 5 J To. r.7 teterrcd to in the
ll-l'ltch." -aid lluckie. neei ha- lee in
.m. .M,,, ,m nf Colonel Norfis nor could
It 1- thete to lolonel Norris ered.t, but he
:ou!d not now nor at an time - in,- his re
no'.al draw ag.imi it. The mouev Is to
ii credit as dt-bursmg otllcer. und s he is
io longer tuh he has no iow-r oer it. Of
rours; until the ar omits are all in this
noiiey remain- tech,i..Mly to lu-credit and
ran not becoeicd into the Treasury until
:he accounts are presented and auditisi.
The delay in presenting the-e accounts m
lwing to th fact that they are being made
1 Colonel Norm' own clerk- and are
v-,.ry tedious. They will bu scut down in a
Wa-iiingto.v, AuciKt 2'J. -.ludce Asa
P. French, of the Cunt of Alabama Claims.
rnvei m uie nn io-a. .-jhukiio; n. .r
jard to the icccnt deO'Stoii of Comptroller
Imrham, he siid that the question as to the
ight of the court to employ the necessary
tssi-tants was considered when the old
outt was organied, and it was divided
lhat they had the authority. The new
Miirt was modeled upon the old with the
exception oiuy mat mere w,r,.wiree.M,.Ii:,-,
nstctd of inc. vretary hi-h. and -ub-e-
piently Secretary Fre!im;liu -en, (omj-
.toller Law .. -nee and the other oilicers l.av-
ntrchaiveof the an omits d.i Id.sl that the
ourt had the right to employ a-si-tant
ouii-e! and cletk. Judge Cre-we:i. the
ij-cial coun-el. -as the qutuiti was
Jioionghly (li-cc.s-cd ami iii.t authoritv o:
.he court conceded. It was imo-.h!c, he
iaid, tor tin court to do otherw.se than em
ilov as-i.-tntil coun-el to cm,- eam:iio wit-
ic-ses in variou-pait-of the coontn. lb;
as Secret.trv Fi-h at one time decided that
:he I'nited Mais Mini-ter at iitwati.m
Islands could ie.-eive fees from the court
for service, tendered a- sjuv.ul coun-el.
V.-ni.s.ro. Auii-: J Itut three of
.he armv oihrcr- atlecled l ecret.ir llinli-
-ot's recent order, .-.-ndiiuc men on long
letaehed dtilv liack to their legonrnts, have
omplied with the eci.-trs in-tructioiis.
I he-e are Captain Willt.on M. Vherr, of
icneral Scholield's staff, who has been tm
letaeiietl -enice eigi.teen eirs nml tlttro
notiih-: l.ieiiteuaiit C. It. N honelii. of
leneral Scb"lie!ds -t.ilf. on tb-tai li-i dutv
;i n: i and nine month-, ami CpU n .1.
-. V!i T 011. of I'eiicr.il Ilancoc's's -lalf, 011
letaehed diltv se;enteon ears. Seeial of
:he ofliceis who have not compicd wish the
nler have telegraphed here asking that cv-
eptmiis be made m their cae. and their
"riend- in Wa-hincPui have leplied that no
ceptuins will be made. It is remitted
: at -oine of the oilicers who have been on
oiur detach. d serxie-wdl ie-iro the army
jefore lln-y will lejoin their regiment .
Wa-iiim.iov. August -.M. The TreaMiry
pepnitmeiit ha- pud out about lt).00i,.'00
n account of -nsious -o lar this mon.h.
It l therefore epicts) that the ibcr.asi;
jI the putiMe (jeot lor August win not e as
rgc as usual.
LAST OF LOCKIE.
Th- Trx Ilr.prra.l.. II -i.cril bv n Moh-A
I " toth l.-,t.
San A.vtomo. Tr.w. August 2S. - News
from San .Marcos County ,vis: The stage
from Blanco last night brings the follow line
Miiccrniug the fate of A I Loefcie, who. four
.lay.- ago, near Johnson City. Blanco Coun
ty, murdered four women and two men and
then attempted to cut his own throat with
a po'ket knife. I.ovk!e was captured and
Indued in jail here. Great excitement has
since existed. Iat mght a mob of fifty
men appro trhed the Sheriff and demanded
the keys to the jail. He told Ihern h d.d
not have them. They went to the Jailer
and asked if he had them
IU aid- "V..
Just von'll never Pft
--.. ..... w- -.-..-.
them. I am an oflicer of the law ami will
do tnv bt always "
They grss.l" him. and after a ternf.c
Thevzrrse.Mil him. and after a ternf.c
-tnirg', in which he tnde .sc-eral futile
attemtits to draw h;s weatKin and
th jaiL They dhl not enter tho
r.tlir ..lla K,, ..,, ...,! .vnul'v -. I .. -)'
r": "" 7 J . " "V , . VZ u".
sj(je jle wa, rtrJt,j ...p a,Hj ,4 noSb-
hie. Tbev tr-iV him toa treeHndakwl him
" .-. ... ... ..v- ..-. .a.,- .. ...... -....
p.f. bad n thing to say.
H repl ed: "1 did the killing, and I In
hand- of unknown parties.
, verally approveJ.
The act s unl-
Lrr.ANO. Mo August 57. Pat Gobln
lrH, i;vorv Henry, nulroad braXera!! on
,, ...t-.. k ,. rtrrni wlta mb-
,, -vr -, - P" -- .- - - -
IL Nei man aaJ
o-i re Kaiur, ""'o lvl tbw or in
bx: craad Jury b
frr lei to ;ai. U:
af a '. Ti..a.aoo
cbaracer. Tley r
their money and ml
t? f cn of ah
. ard zi-en zaaer
a';, '. wis nu
them jump frora th
oiaf at tbe speed of t
ra o per iiocr.
A-m: C9. j
Saatoel W. Coll las
'kanc-rd here je
terday for th
litus- bars la
1 - S i LT
jiA ts Ufc
-...j VB b
be eoofcssfd b bad
ub ta day txrive
rhat. He Ckaaf
! -i lA'im.
tafBtJ Mmdej aad
tf : y.i m&
fcl -atTf TT-
scbsHIp cf'd uoa Urbxdaioar coaforce to-day ilz.
and drew jaw - .-. .:- TSMtj,y urrfaita. icrcUry f Uk iti
waiirv Z " . Niiaxi 1-rurtK Hr. Wrtlba Cr rinsiA. ."-
firwL W " !:, tr4, f tb VniUd trxUtnd. aaJ i&er WJ-
aaav 10 l i-nact . ...... .
THE INTERIOR OF AFRICA.
An tmmrnp Arm M rrlilnc ThrTC tb"
I oHntxy forth ror,H4 of l.,tbllh nj
W ni5nT"N, AtC"t 35. - SvTtxrr i
cut HAjanl U in rwcvtp; of a d !'
(rom ,.rr, tron cltc .etHint .' Ill
ntour-iit ti xn arnir of oovbuMrW ttum-
ul m In t intwor of Aftfe. Tbc
dkt& h : llM Jiy ti. od i : by
t',.. iuir "ocmil ImI. 1a .thttr:
I k,,- iK. Kknnr t hrttur fai lit Ml at
a,,, ;V;rinMtit of Suc tho far ot a v
tnnrd'uaf) movrmrtjt monz tb ii. --
awlans of Uie .sriUa rrj.Mi rt.ti:
itnm TnbvscUH U the ct cokt. Il
twptiro- Uut In ivv MAftdinco aaacl
nnttMtu, of rtiA4nitOAry bjW- 1.k !
ff:t. crtie4 Uh wloa tbt hf
n:,t of ill imMtjfi ou Ut bv &
pre.a of !1irtaifn iui Uk ofirs ;n of
the uui to the coit, Mifi to
ter'a a dfctr"l Iuk l-rn for
crxtx-n ub,-ctej u cAtiT,j bJct
rim! ml to the p; undoing of to ixe-
. ' , Z
DutuifC tb jv4 it a.n hr
ha- c..; ccjed an .irtnv ron-t-Usr. fo ad
hor-,, (f about '.OO.etS) a. Tiir "4o
UiuUiri&.i tth. wbrt be c"v tWS;
to h:- -tAit-tanl. imot mo 00, to - :re
tbr rrwurl m th hnrnfbf u n - 1 U
thoe who frht br tbetr !:. t I to
crrr ot! tin r-.'b -k.!- of tmir. wttit-'i in
tb"' eit-iliim Uiv that btt for the
faith Atr Minr lo w lu. It :s.d tha toO -ami)
1- ditlr4 lU thie rt oojv ihi
I- owratmi nr tb nraU wtt of the
Ni4T-r. I"hi pft.t.ii rrent! die -ttH.'i
Fiet-ch trp Jnn- the d tx ! f
Rour-e, of wbch lhy hat tt pe
mk. and are hw lr -in; ltaaHV, n
ltt toWH OB tb N T. vnp.d aNiyt
tltr.r er-. o b the Fttb. b be
eiccte.1 foiUlualiooi. ltirr.
An titer portion ot th wr& t wrai
inc m t!ie ii-- trii rw-t of Mbriia, and i-j
upi re iru: the dt4ur'iif eirimnv-', uo
ieiti.!i tiAleil :ntr!u.-ibca kitolrUaM
of ie i:uMt and llter , it nw -4,
optii n tth way to nricro iuim.riAfci- of
tiite'i genre ami inrrx '" Ai v lo
(Hi-li out from th .fr-an Aim-an H
public lo the low. thy and !ell;i rreMM, of
the mUMior. In ao;hcr ?ic It ks fir
Kta i 'o: the whole tecum for .MorMnine4in
and in .knit; it liifuVtiX If not iuip Wr ''
ltnbt! it .- de-irab e to commit U.at cu
tr to the f..th i!;ft..i (row Ann c by
the inm ci-nt-. The thud t '" of
tlie armv l apprftwimif; ttr cm-: .a
few nn.es northwest if irrr i.-4ie. It h,n
eirsj tttr hdlli:-- on t f..f,'e ur i
lllltir MitliMltler of all the tt.J-" uO J!ie
w. for .oo mile- bark. I to lare mi!
111.. -I iiiir!nnl 1'achm kin;toin on U.t- - .In
of tl c N.er w.v-oilllia. ot w 1 tr U I ..t
ha, a lau,e coitiitn-ici.il iy. he raptuL
!"oi the la-t sivty veais the I'u.h Mwhia
Iiiolans h.te been tri l) ii.:.n ) aut
by aims to subdue th . rty u tt.e t.th, l it
it h-s ulwa- sutiiful ie!-trt Ui
ib. mat nd wariior. ljet )rf Nmi,lu'i
utm in ii.'ivhc iiiiHir nttiu'M-r-"in M.tui '. 1
,. aMl ,..llwi MM( t. Kmc u irW
tr)tJ vulWv, ...IIM. ),h he ieful to .1
n,e town wa-men ntmtnl nod ftr .1
u.ntUW ,vr r n,,. IM.,tb (U,d lio K m;
.,,.,,,,,,..,1 t,, roui iluMijv an-l rt-"
rllt.f, , hl, J-m,r h..n and 10I -m.t
them that he cmld bold out 'ontfw avi
j, , r,.mKl., w,. ,.x,aiute4. U.l ba uk
f or morn than '.'ow ear te'inei to tho
rui.ng e! nent be w ilH-rnitnst tnt !nn
flt :ul (aim to die lath.-i ttiatt coon- to
det thtt Motiaiiuiirdan Mie. Itr fav.- Ihq
chiefs the f eltoicc ellhel Ui di iib bin r
go mt oJ the town and ie tlo me!v- oy
to the enemy. 'I lip ch t' d.fjd ! b !.
with hitu. Me thrn ! nrw U IJ. p-wd-r,
and tre wen?b blovrn Op. "I i.n wob-d
the Noliua power, ml. fit fr n.f tbsa
even geiiefiini. timti uniirrif lor irai
aol pdlfc-ot ecbtsij di-tte i. ad bad
eoinnimt'0-d the jtriucipul kigbiaajF to lb
A mrfher Terr boUmt bb-twnt !
th. anoj a tbe dixinirU ft Im lknbot
)wer, an :rrpfn- "HotnKniitu. wltrb
lor Udiry eais bad bro n'i"-il tin.)
awe and .0 a to cufAvatt- ouirK fr.n ttr
Interior Ui tin coast, NimiHtn K e u-drri
to attain t ie:n la th.jlr nxitioi 10 trtMk
Imidv which until thn bad ptorl .tiare
xibJe to tho nebloroC fme. 'I bi'Jf
tirpne!, 'neirHref.Abnl. w a ralurnl and
d-"! late, and bis ariti and ! A
fioin "he trmik ete ent bth- tart M-in.
If - w 1. ' '
pri-da'ary ami murlerHWpredin. Tb
HtH:-oare ihM-nhd leiicca fMtW
i.-K-l,i..t aict.iiM the K mt of Tbti'icwn.
j ,,. ..u ho now brwi rii-art ! Uti
the-Ye-aiel muid-rerso tht an uiiprot's-U-d
female nav tr.w el in a?e) all tbroub tnal
jr.L Tboa rnalUfa wit iot b? w tb-
; ;i .flh,:,ry utbvt t!po ,ierfwn rota-
werc. be there ! hi ut routr an m-
cieii-.il demaittl lor After wan pro-liKtont
m! man, of the art;c.rs pnbi-d by tint
topie ate a!uabe In A twite a trt.
Samudu's army 1 noa on!) a t-" no e
,.... th K,,f ,wi uorthwsi ofSt.trs
I.eonr. It U atd V tie his pori- now lo
ileal w th tlie 'I tinueh awl Mierbo ruritrM
ulHttt roxi.twjt war keep Uja uianllm !
Clous iu such a stite ot ferment that o'su
the raf.ua. i havtiit; trurc l Utioni ob
Mnetioii for h"iidrel f tntbvs tloo ftnl
thnr -;reatt difUru tr awwiBiC tb cwoat
tribes and ofb:n fall victims to thu taller.
Th" yf.r Crop.
BAl.TMfonr.. August 35. -Uyfr dfaVr
rr making preparation for the opemn of
the sea von next rnoiitb. :1 th irtl ratms
arc that the crop thh year will t rrjf
larce. with the qua.ity fnlly epa'. to tbat
. of the kUtr: any nrevlous irtu. Oif of
the largest wbo:i-ia' iieairrs in o,acr u
thr city aid in corrrat.oi wtb or
correp:irnf in niTv rin z
month hiv teeB of treat tn-Ut lo t .
o.rr 01 oiv ie,j.
ri. rains were r
prft- Ui4t a .ate amoont of t4Ha"W
mate on whwh Uo- ort--rs fnd ba b--M
wab-il into the f ram am! cfPs1 into
iAt)i.ere th- ot-r tvls are ti.U'L
TUt crof of oyer ;: on the af t nx;
mouth -ll I" of nuK-fi b-ur it, iy t
r many years pa-t 'Hi t-v-ttU
frn tbcyAr rtisi'J's; Vf nortb ad
sMiti bor of lxnx Ilad areu,tb- r3i
lU U:r n r .'' oh lifi ttite.
HNU.;abc ojx rn aaurl si.
A PabJIn frl rable ?: Tb awa
be ba Nii arretd te lymda oa
miur rt.r br br. ii t,-v.i ?
--- , w v . r, , -,
nrt'oti -jHk tbe CjuxmiT. i a iai
.;u"St oaavi I'tlrr't. nU imn-n m lib-
I.n, srbirJl br r.s.t-! aftMxt ib:r !
,-. ut bad Uz i avwTTsfc:ij
iirb! by ifr. Jmimm't . It -1
.iaw tbal Tr ti bTr i.it iHiV
la orrwf,lj: tUr a art-. H N
w - im ? is w ima mii
S".' arj Foa. ia ), t, fjb.
lla. be wl Vaowa a a ymh.tmt
a .tb tin ene acUre Sxaat-rrs of b 'fmmiM
l"arll la ImMia.
Nrw Tobk. Aers: IK. A Loadoa
rkWrtMl ciAxnn to v Hrrvtd j Mr.
pErsrjl has art ted at fsb3 u pirpxn
for baafQct "o rtT: is fct bsjr iw
. A m- .. . -
t-orrow eTesatsj. is. ior ze lasnui
sel-or of l?151 ixrtustrsUrj party.
TfLsrft sitot be-Jd s "ie fo"VBrwia titr.
I ti Mara: of U Iriai csaUrs
n- t if"t V- , W" of ta atoaai ran. jti are ijaj-
... X .' "os of a retelt e iM of tan coaauc
A KANSAS SENSATION'.
P-t? t iJr ,j.,Je.rt imiHti.,, nf
linn. J. It. W.kwp At t M:--r ,,
Yiin.S Wlf. Sv,p. nf lt-T c ;, .
l.lfrI !' I . Vi'h.-"'! - kna u
KrU. K.. ASWsi Tt. T- an!
.tea al MDar brH!l of H. J K
a.up I tbe alTril "ofc -' -
n. a yoriT- witksMJt aaiabvr b
a cirralatvd a all Wr- Mnmf ol
tbe tairnwaks aavdw are : m
aor aal rrry xaaTrtaxi, wikU
tbr utms-ot eat mtat tbw mm
l Mr wJVp- J 4 siStaaalr
uUag-g bear wr nksrh etatOa UW
g-raisra pk'.a aad lis a werw
r .arx. .H4q atgbt wr Waik-s wm
al'ar.e! hy a eer -raaptog, Hi sni
ad Hmsdav lo stto4 Use iaaacil
aarvtlaa. He e tba iiv 09
1rlaf, aad s.t . jb tbe abti-laae
i'ftl bita ler slMa asvl !
evwry'b'as t-M i ibtr ! r to
nave blsa be d ed erde Bm og
tea aazaate U ttict c Ii
;tavreU m tbe 1 ' frtdt
taoralas tkat Mr Walbap wa tea
liva tks u ti aoiMoa ali. .',. 1
bv bl "til it !( fWtT r,,.:
tke tfr-t tlssst Utai fAef a of - 1. n
tb nrt l Mr W;tjj bwd '-- mi
paittlr. ;et it bad t4 wt:b I'''
Usatlelf ar.!ai8'ed ik Mr W a
and bt pbts-raa. Tk ,
wbk-b Mr Wa bap rvibit4 aa .
uixbt licn-d s'rrcaalae a - !
the lsMllca'ls S-.r fcrtT ctttkt ari .
e ben kt dVatb were tbM ar
i ale poI'MMi
a tbe IU1 4r Walbap .-ff-d I'-Irwia-
dra-; u.r. at aptusaaaams! d
I r w la abrd ta a low toi.e Ut a diaM
worib il -irtrbta. air. Irwia wiva la
tke act d cutting lb dtc bae ker He 1
be rrattraed la 1 Un lr Itvat b
MiiSht tlr ber B tern rent w.rlb Mr
Irwia u-td ber that b v -ol I ba t
-lia lb rwnl, a all pu -aswre aN
are nrMired d tfba be aeked
ker for wfcni parpa b waated UN
'tvcbalo, be aid tkat H'u tblae
c-M'd at Ul'. a!r taVit s.h watsi
a- II as .in losre lieat la a m 1 ae ebe
wnsMknbln-; Sie atnted tbal wbUeln
cimnati lntJi.r ke ealle I br eoaar
;rl'eaalne, ut I tie e era h ml mi'b a
irlstrtVe aol gave ber qalaee. Wbe
Mr lrwlo ncaia a-ed ber t lgn isk
rt-eord she rrmststt ".' dua't tktb
I am rln: t esmnalt valeMle, d ??
Mi Tbr..ti tN 5oib, Mr Waibwp
calied at Wftr f.n' df tix e and awkeal
tor qnnrtei'- irtb l aralc, yta
tbnt -be want ! U oe U to titiprwee ker
comibtlen. Mr MfHbbaa flnaJ eol.r
br lour mine- ( ir -! nd ae uoa m
be beartl tba Mr Walkap wa eb be
went U Iwlsh H II aal tn'd hint thatbw
bad d Mr Uiiap .. areenlc, al
fr..ra waat be bn.l irr. loce bl graee
-plii- tt cr m)nnl bad keea
made wl tb" p.''a A pum maresa er
ntaiantloi hld by Pra U-f. Jn
cbi, In?. Ilrriet sad 1" twaaasm
Tbe sUtmarb ! Inte- laet " toaaal
Vt a roeetel ,ale, nltb laxtb-atiu'ta of
corn J re p
sborUr after tkree V wb tet-r.lj
all" 1 non C. rirr lr W. Fr -tn.aet
a ry isn4 began Ibe fc tng nt
an iniptml Tbe Hrl wllar.i rvamin I
Mm Ml Llbbie WTialf dM'r
tbe decease. I Sh riiad that Mr
XV 1 tap. ber talker. aaairUd Mlaaie Wn.l
birr at viot.n. Kt , aad arrfee I w.tta
k r la KtNporta oe moo'b ? e tr
ftnr; lb pretlt.a- te bafarda b hal
t-ea ta gut bealtb, trat dnnn, k'
tune Mr Walkas wailed ap"a '
wwttt Friday !, ba w (Mhh.e
tdi at.r. rbaige. Mbs Wa a aft attt
. e did at kwiw of am laH ria; In
the houae ilariai bl ein "be ba I
rteeo at kN bat a lew df 4ae -'
le'ber'a mairiage, baring relaraed from'
( i nrad t f aeMtae eenlg.
M. H Itsstea t Ha d tbat lv- ardt Mt
V- a'kap N'Miat alilit grata mt treebniar
tm tbe I'tb . ., fk si-jaed an
air leatton. tjt did al write tbe
Pe for wM-b be wanted H, mm' t
wa for a arivaU (orroala. The r t
wan H! la a -mall etrerbala - I
).. led lsn It wa aipkat 1
trvebntae b parebaard. bit awai a
wrlt'rn oir ! a ed red srtrt
jf trTCbaiae, iig tkat b bavl toat
tkefl't. Mr Hat-wt4 ant let ker fcwaet'
L. Heeerv lewtlsVi taat ttr. Wa
U d biro In leleieaa to tae aArjebnin
purrbaaed l VI 11 Hat tkat be bad
U.tiibt tb" ! k'.la br the tmrav t
taaklaz a mutate ot rtryc'talne al aa
(ber aittcl to reasoee ntm at; a ta
berrtotktoa. tbat te bad aeeee tftl
ibe pirtua bat wa f.bt bt It
wo.nld 'oi ie tk tla a 'e tMHik
It lor Uia pnra' b b4 al pa
r'.aal ai-o tebagekr esafNegbs,
but o Mr Wa:kap' Cwatlag
Uf he bal time t ne It,
w -lag u let bii aow tbet ae
atMMtt U a IU w kn4iily tkrew t lata
Alter mim lartber aadaaswrrlaat b-sl
ravony. tbe Corwaef as. "l f-UfUj
ft- mag ad)oar'd tk ljO"i aad la
ktratl lb Kbefg i b 4 Mf WH
ii. ia cnudT aatU ,Ua4a? avra.aa; i
libt o'e xfc. wba tb ja j wiu aaswt
naln b? tb' lk arret ry Mtlj
and r"t"' n lalb U ieirtere t
all bb- 1 a-w lo cb'g f ke'iC
V.' iblte al tb P Itb Aveaae H;tr He;
c u.ln, V.'Ultaro Ii l I . a b t ftfUevi
)rt old, r-erUT bre trvw Nw fj.
leans, at Mr Wallnp'" rie n
llsil ia JH abMil te.rJr ex
acjuat ol orWm cr-a tax t
r Wjik r ni at tb tiaa ad kU
dctih l)pfj7 ittxtsd llcta(r oi tk?
Knixhu of HHKr. I'resMeat f tk
I .uncd ansl actias Mifor ul b etj
Hi Htcae aca.4ted IU Ml Wai
lac at ber rdec. ,S jrt Cavaa
T- t, "r Or.M, wms rHlaj k
'.xpol'ia. aid after a b rt eoartki
b rptnr"sl ftxne a tta wtat u t.r
nso., Kr . bert be a ast ry Mtn
Wa lC. ifcd tey er afr',r-i '
b"r Jt 1 Ti'l. " nvwatt f U it
thl'd wile. tr ba4eit tael
tw-n'.y t"' 9t ar". ""bi tit faittt
wa JortT-nln lb cmtfil IU rxae
pol -" is follow- ii t,i -s ) tka
A " 1 "" , asd n" of tb iaKwti
l- Kf.tau ul Jla r. tr:a .a :Tf of
5i- MtcMtb .Vntt. t J-eai wU,
sat oow ia ibe .Syt Trt MvUtt. br
;,K l 'sior I b iUa.ttirf, I, -,9tm
!..mlnt'k I."rr In Tf ! y.
Cicr.-rjtri, 0 , Ansast it IxHk-t
l"-'rJ. "lis: pwlittt. am red ia tats
Citr al elcbl 'c?esric jcirrdsr a.r.aj:
iccasfialf: by bis trtJaer. Aaf Lat.
salbis beaHb'r, JeJra XrxS.vi Ia7
'-'- et a Ur defHK by fei f.-:..
a ibe irtr rreabl at tmrm t ;
llswcrj, wbs?re M xZttrj U pa b -ra
-.i t cesUl4m to mev. Sttm U 3 .
raa aa a iti-rswad :bve coivit :
Ckilirr Vsj'c xj. ta;Tt7 j ,
-!5i Scbur 1 ta p-U- coad-'.-s. & it
tay " arrr l tnimT liki , aa
d do bl ler; bt u mm
rtutu 1.0.1. rr.
Lnxz, Xnz'i 21 a r brkr ocr.
Is Vlf crowed qaa.tr of Haxwa. x
ssb-srb of ibl city, rcst'dr. d onii
to tke sarrow rwii tae Srvavta w-f
Bbie to crxt-'t Jta pfoift5 ff -rr-a.
hours. Tl bcreis- bil.m
were labibitrd ty b ,ft,
er cta oi pcopic. i3 1
B3X3J trf I4t3 TTrit3 cxaptl ! ii Ju ,.
frvo - Hia44ti tc ibr iiv . v
lodrir-aMisr St d wtta psp; wu a-
tacctd t tbe zltmei. aad to s itc -A ti -brfobr
efforts t Cnc fias brtcad to ,4v
tbe .cc-apia. a tais ad two cb.:drra
Te baracd io .atb iad 'rc,sii per
sos w r er9 o" 01 ajard
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