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TEE BEDCOTO OHIE?
. C. HOSMES. Publishsr.
Tin: Sydney' (Aiistniiiri) Jkrnld an
nounces the marriage of Dion ltouei
cault to Miss Thorndvke, September i.
In the Circuit Court at Newark, N.
J., Jmle Depute held that under the
civil rights law a hotel-keeper was not
obliged to admit colored persons to the
A uoiir was found in the whirlpool
rapids at Niagara Kails the other after
noon which has been Mentilied as that
of .fames Thompson, of New Vorc
.Slate, who had been mis-Zing some
The Transportation Committee of
the Louisville (Ivy.) I.o:ird of 1 ratic
re-cently adopted re-olutions charging
the Loiiovillo it Nashville liailroad
Avith discrim nating against Louisville
in freight rate-.
Tin: case of William llavon. ox'
Treasurer of the Kulland ltailroad.
charged with th- fraudulent orris-ue
of stock, was iinished at llutland, Vt..
rei-ently. The jury returned a verdict
of not guilty. Tlio defen-e claimed
that the overissue of one hundred
shares was not due to criminal intent.
Tkoi-m: living near the new harbor
at Oswego, N. Y.. were recently greatly
excited over the appearance of a
strange creature which had been seen
several times ouside the pier. It was
described as having a large body, dark
color, about thirty feet long, with a
verv larc head and a neek two yards
long and a yard high.
Tin: Oldham (L'ng.) employers, at a
meeting recently, rejected a proposi-
tion made by the workmen that a re
iluction in wages of only live per cent
I . . . I . Tl.o ,... doves insist 1111011 'l
be made. he employ e, s . s ion .1
rcduct.onoftcnpcr cent unf.lth. .id-
vent of better time. 1 he strike has
lasted eh:ven w.-eks and twenty thou-
sand hands are out of employment.
The Watcrs-rieree Oil Company, of
Kade l'ass, Tex., recently shipped a
car-load of oil to .Monaclova, .Mex.
The authorities would not allow it to
:ntcr the town and it was placed on an
adjacent ranch. One wagon-load was
taken into the city, when the whole
car-load was seized for attempted
dodging of the municipal ta.
An active non-partisan movement
was reported in progress in Cincinnati
to detect and puni-h frauds in tho
registration of voters for the coming
elections. Money has been liberally
subscribed and the leading citizens of
the different parties have appointed an
executive committee to detect and
prosecute all cases that can be found.
.Iosr.ru K. II.yii:n. a clerk in the
Tension Office at Washington, was dis-
missed recently "for using gross Ian-
guage towards the executive of the centlv attacked by robbers whd en route ! trh'd for the murder of Sid M. Stau
UnitjMl States.'' The offense was al- J f 'the Sierra Moja.la mines to Parral. a ! nifortli and ncquitt-d. The dead lx..ly
legcd to have been committed while he
was riding in a carriage on Pennsyl
vania avenue, when, it is said, he even
went so far as to wish for the death of
Caitain Hanson, of the bark Pau
line, from Cardi IV for Quebec, recounts
a strange phenomenon in latitude .",
west longitude -It? north, on September
'20. During a rain storm a brilliant
ball of lire lodged on deck and for a
lew minutes played about from cabin ,
to forecastle, mostratine: the Canlain .
and seamen. With loud report the '
liery vi-itor disappeared without dam
aging the vessel.
At the thirty-second annual meeting
of the New York Clearing House Aso-
ciation held on the (Jtli a statement
wis mrnle showing that the exchange
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for the vear ended September M was .
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.V2.r.J.r)0.7;l.l 10. anil that balances .
were SlJD.v'tfui.S.V.?. making the total
transactions $ir),olti.l4t.Gll. a dailv !
average ol S57.U.U.,-.U. The ttal
transactions of the Clcarill" Hoti-c
. .?-., ,
since its orgzanon m is.,., have
amounted to ...,, .tibo,.G0.
A ueckkj: establishing custom houses .
on the Isthmus of Panama has been J
issued bv the President of Colombia. I
pi... 1 ..:. , 1 1 j ,
i Irs decree is issued tinder a law passed
an. Ins j. I ho custrtm houses at Colon ,
and Panama thus provided for will
vhargo. import dirties at the rate of
sixty per cent, of die duties lev.ed at
other custom houses in the Republic,
iireat excitement ami indignation ex
ists among tie merchants, who will
send representatives u intercede with
A WASHINGTON- snm&il snr Pnm. 1
..,; -;c.,i.. t .1 it The ( hicago Salvationists, convicted re-
nr.ssioner Sparks, of the tieneral Land ,.,,. nt ,i; ..,, .1 1 1
,.. ... , . centlv of disturbing the peace, appealtsl
Oflice. in his annual report w21 make u a higher coart, where the cases were dts
jjpoeping reeotumendat'ions as to the t missed after the appelauu had beeii ad
land grant roads. It is aid thtt: he is raonished bv the Judge.
of the opinion thai all of tlw. land
srrant roads have, neived b,rl , ..x-.
.- - . . .,. ... ,
Sot). 000 acres in exeess of its grant j
and suit will probably be eonmienocJ '
against several of the roads to recover
the amount claimed to be due the Gov
ernment. Mks. Vekosica Bull, who per
formed a remarkable fast in Syracuse.
X. Y.. died the other morning. Her
fast began on August 10 and lasted
iifty-nine days. When the woman
first declined to partake of food she
weigiiKi unu uuuua-u ;mu uuo ;
" ! 1 1 1 .. ..1 -., .i.... i
jjounds. As she lay upon a conti
when dentil her bones nearly protruded
through the skin, which lav in wrinkles,
and her eyes were terribly sunken.
Since the death of her husband, eight
years ago. in an asylum, her mind had
WSoftlieaniouiitearutHLOneroad.tho;nl7rSrre dn!RSCtl ; 1u1
. , .... u,l"L , assaulted, nnd several arrest followed.
laud olhc.als maintain. ha.s ohtaiaed small-pox .. sported m several of
THE WORLD AT LABGE.
A. Summary of the Doily Nevr
PEKSONAt. AMI I'OI.ITICAT-
Thk President has recognized Julio tion-
, ,. , ,. , , ,,. i-;tn,i
rales a Consul Oeutral or the United
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hx-SENAToit TilfiuiAV reo-iilly nl-
. i .. T,.!,..?,. ft tin
ures"eii a large met-un;; hi. ioj.-wu, -. ---
r.ri.. .a .....-. .l.i..e.. iliw.-fil! f1 R. rt?lUla-
. ,.. , ,. .- ,t,. ,t, .,-! i
Hon of Sherman's allegation that colore!
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... . .. . .r- t.!.... i xnicnco. xr.iii out. on n Mrn.i"
mates o: ert'-zueia at n auiu;;i.o" , . ---.--. i ..
. , . ., ,. ... ,.., f nna'Jvnncein waw from s-.-'to onx
AMr.lr.rt PnciiiMiiri c I .rtiiTSlnr jteellL Ol .
,. . r " t -i. - Twenty -two of the accomplices in the
I-ranr at Louisville. Ky. I . . , ,. ,. . . ... u ii-.,..,
died at his home in Ixvell on the .V.b. ' h; " hv' .l'J,l?wl '" JB,h, J !.?
Kx-Govkrnob James K. Exi.ii. of on theh. l,e wa, ioun-i ,ty of inde
Connecticnt, was married recently to M.ss - contact and B..bp ItoVrl-on una
, , i, .I. ii ; ..vi.ritv- reroiniiifiid-d to inhibit htm from o.Jlct
A. It. Morris, of IJronklvii. He ! Mweni - ,...,,, -i .1
.1 1 1 ..; i". ...,.. ..tt .f .irfin- atinuanv furta-r in -Mary'.i Chiircli.
three and sne irf a bright hi uuette 01 Joou- , , .. , . . , , t
., . . 1 J'HIMI Smith, machinist and foundry-
thirty vears. I .,.i 1
r i"t nB-.r f Arinna. haa """ flt .S'diy, O.. has niiul- an ass.-n-
A JL A t itAmrmj V--- -- j
fc.ri lii r. -vi-. iiiitirm to Wnsllill"tOH.
"'f 1 1......... .. i. ... .,. ,.,... .inf.l 1
. 1 .1 ...vt.ii.mft
r Governor bv the Mnssarhusctts Llemo-
crats rorTitly. Th other noiiunatioris
were: htiUenant Governor, If. II. !-
,ereini-nh VruW. 0f Lowell; Attorney
(Jeiiend, Henrv :'. Uraley, of Fall Kiver;
Treasurer and Itt-eeiver General, Henry M.
Cro,N of .N'ewburvjrt; Auditor, Jaine K.
Delanev, of H-dvoke.
Jay '(;ovi.i,. Itussell Sae, George .1. ,
Gould, A. L. II pkuis and CaptHin Shnck
ford left .Vcw York on the Sth for a trip
over the Missouri Pacific and other South
western railways with which they are
identified. The object of th-trip was to
inspect the Southwestern sy:tte:ti.
A lUSl'ATCif from Koine niinoiiii"ei that
the Very Kev. 1). .1. QiiC'Iey, Vicar General
of the dioceso of Charleston, S. C, has
been appointed Domestic Prelate, with the
title of Monsinor. This is the first priest
in the South so honored.
flt-vi.-irr l.fic:v irim lm iifiilctci! In' tint
"Loirau Invincibles" at Jtnltiinuru on the '
evening of the Sth
CAIU.INA1.MCU..0.SKEY died at New York
on the 10th, aged seventy-live. He was
born in Brooklyn, . Y March 0, 1M0.
A meetino of the Cabinet was held at
Washington on the th. Among the ques
tions considered was the Spanish corn-
mercial treaty and several appointments
I1Illler tho TrJasuryf interior and Justice'
Seven hi'muieo glass blowers, of Phila-
delphin, Pa., went 011 a strike on the th.
.idl(.alIOI1 ()f rifvivjIIK lmsin,.SSt thllt u
,,,, increasing demand existed for j
Mas. Duusn, who murdered her husband
with the aid of her sou, daughter and
nephew, in Warren, Herkimer County, N.
Y., last December, and cut up and burned
i tho remains, was sentenced by Judge Wil
liams to be executed.
The returns issued by the English Itoard
of Trade .show that the imports during the
month of September decreased 2,M..,000
and tho exports 1,SSO,000 as compared
with Seittember. ISM.
A.v unoflicial report has reached the !
i'..;t...i Kit.... m!.,;j, .. 1 ;.iUw. fi... ;r,,. I
ti t . f&cft.-i iiiiuiivi ki lii.irii t 4t
American Methodist missionaries men,
women and children under the care of 11
ISishop, recently landed on the west const
of Africa, and were in an utterly destitute
condition. A tract of land was granted
qni: of Houston's bullion trains was re
st.-itiniKiii the Mevie.iu Cent ml It.iilwnv.
them on which to make a permanent set- ! ."-,"..""' '" ....".
,, . , ' for mailing matter at their office that
tlemeut. I .... , , 1 ,. ,
At a meeting of the Northwestern, Pa- -oiild have mailed at P. stmi. In the
ciiic Coast & Western Freight Associa- ! '" of ,h" berley postmaster it was al-
tionjieldnt Chicago recentlv, it was de- ! U'"1 h-v l,M' ,l,s l"r wh'' "'.f"ntfd
cided to abolish the rates on double decked , t!, m:,Uer ,5,:lt ,,u' l'-t..ins:.r piid thirty
sheep cars. Heretofore there has 1;l.t11 Pr cent, of the v:.l:,e ot the .str.mps to pei
nenrlv a prohibiting rate, but now the """ wlw r-"Sit .piautitie.s of circulars
double decked cars will be abolished alto- j to ''., oilice tor mailing.
It was reported that four of the escort were ' bouse hist July will: two bullet holes in
killed. the brain, hieh the prosecution claimed
A iusi'ATCU from H-rlln of the 7th says: ! eould not have b-en self-inflicted, but the
Germany has dispatched a note to the ' jury thought otherwise.
Court of Spain rejecting Spain's claims to ' The .Yf' mil '.ituivj, of P.erlin, says
the Carolines. j that Germany will join thebi-metallic con-
Tiik fund for tho benefit of Jamrs ' ference when Knglatul consents to do like
Stephens, the ex-Fenian head center, i wise.
amounts to only l,!9v) and his friends are I Tin: Knights of Lib'ir, in session at
greatlj disappointed at the nieageriuss of j Hamilton, Out., decided to establish State
the subscriptions. ' and Proincial assemblies.
AN attempt to wreck a passenger Jraiti 1 F.U.ri:ES for the sveti davs ended the
was made recently between Koxbank and
Huntuigburg, hid., on tho Air Line Ko.nl,
l,-v l'i'K tie " track. iu engineer .
.11. .... .! Z . Z l..l.t '
sa iiiu ousii 111.1U111 111 nine aim saeu me '
Kino Milan, of Servia, in n speech de
livered in the Skuptschinn 011 the 7th, de
clared that he had fully determined to
light unless Servia's demand for an exten
sion of the boundaries over an area equal
to th:it ncmured by Hulgarui 111 its union
l t t.. i
W,U1 - uoumeiia were gratue.i.
I'liEEE was great exciteiiient at Rock
. ., , , ,, ,
Springs, vo., over the release of the al-
lli;wl rwU,rs. The accused were met on
their return from Green Kiver by several
hundred men, women and children, and
ireaieii 10 a reguuu trillion.
inKy' " riumeo uio Mnge-s near
'Cisco and Abilene, Tex., was arrested at
, E, PaM ani confesse(1 th crimt tf
Bnve the nanie of j,. JonvSm axil snM h.s
n . i,. 1 1 t- .
parents were wealthv people of Eastern
M- Sri.i.iEU. a defeated candidate for
tlu Clniinber of Deputies, has written a
letter to the American Consul at Paris re-
.. . ,. . , -. .- , .,
questing a certificate of citizenship of the
Unit,.(! Statt... He says he is sick of .-erv-
ing his ungrateful country.
The manufacturers of flint glass in
IriK)klyn, Philadelphia. Koston, New IJod
ford. Meridenaud New York met recently
and uuanimouslv determined to refuse the
ueaiauu. maoe uy cnipm; es lor increasea
wages aul decreased output.
Two cases of small-pox were discovered
at NewjMJrt, It. L. on the 5th. Stringent
nwun .nv wniKHWDwiireuiiiiui!
spreading of the disease.
Tl,K stret?t cr strikers a St. Ixjuis, on
tho 7th. got soiaewhat unruly. Five of the
the towns of Ontario. The Salvation Armv
was charged with spreading the contagiou
by persisting iu visiting those afllieted.
The large priutiug establishment of
Crocker & Co., Sau Francisco, together
ivith other buibiing, were destroyed by
tire recently. Lou, SGOO.OM; insurance.
fiO.OOO. Four lireniea were buried in a
fali' of the ruins: two were killed and two
TtiS United States Grand Jury at Tucson,
ArL, .ureseuted iudiciuieats agninst J. A.
Zeabmkri, United States District Attor
ney: itcyal A. Johnson, United Stages
Surrero. General: F. M. Wolfler. Dewitv
United States Surveyor; all under the ch a 1
service act for political contributions ia
the last campaign.
Tue ravages of cholera among the hogs
in the country near Yankton, D. T.. ar
becoming alarming. With but few excep
tions all the farmer. have lost btif of their
'jvr. xvhit men ami ixxo Indiana, who
made a mur Irtn attack ujkhj Chinei-"
hop pickers in the Squnck Valley n-nr
Seattle. Vi". T.. two weeks aj; and k ' 1
two f th" number, have b.i ":idn-:-d by
i the ",rand jury for murder in tbe iirst do-
. : l I I 1...1
1 1 Armour and Fowler pnckinir hoe?,
ture were (leiaiueu ie:::purarux ix su
.. , - - i rt l :..-
The findings of the ecclesiastical court
of inquirv in the ca-5- of the
Jnrdiue, of k.au-ns ,ty, w-
Ilex-. H. I),
Ax est'iis:r conflagration too plnre in
Aiir.aie hirei. i.'iiiiion, un ijiiiiuihiiik
of the sth. The los. vas eatiinitte! at over
a million doMar.s.
Skkiocs not-! 1 rol:e out in St. Louis on
the !uh, occasions! by theatre-: car strike.
Lare mobs of men surround.! vnrious
r . ovurn n5 w.-.n u. -.
ll ln th ,,rtV,-rs an1 "
'1 I-diciu..,, K,,ard.K tboiii. Uuruis
. .. t i :.-.. .1 ..-.. -Mr.
one 01 ine.se riois, ronciimii xiiiiiiiau miui
a striker named Havey through the head,
killing him. A very bitter fe-Iiag was en-geiid-red
in foii.seijuciHvniid " truublts
At the Luke Fi iler breaker, Shamokiu,
Pa., recently, a Polish loy employed as a
slate picker, mi-scd his fw.tini; and fell
iieaiMoni; into a Ux in which wire swiftly
revolving a pair of "monkey" rolb-rs. Ke
fire the machinery could bo atoppe! his
Ixjily was ground to pieces.
Neaui.y full and ofHcial returns from the
recent town me-tm-s in Connecticut show
that in 1'!'- of the KIT towns, 70 are Kepnh-
lican, .V. D-mocraticand -Se.pmlly divided
Last vear the standing was almost exactly
the same. t
The suit to test the validity of the pell
telephone patents at Washington was dis
missed by Solicitor-General Goode onteeh-
i idealities. Further attempts would be
made, it was said, to break the telephone
H-iise breeders of K.ishuell. III., wore
consiilerablv alarmed over the discoverv
that glanders exists in .1. S. Truman's herd
'" '"" ,,u,i" "' V ';"" " l"1 I"1"
Vi.t,.rin rio ,..,, ,,. ,lis,,is,, nnI
dsaudatoi.ee pronounced t.,o inaladj
IxsTitn-rinxs have te-e,, rece v.-, by Mr
of range horses. Dr. P.iareii, the State
IXSTitt'CTIOXS have been Tece'veil by Dr.
McKinnev, Health Ullicer of T xns, from
Governor Ireland, to discontinue the quar
antine against Mexico.
Caitain Ci.aiii, of Abilene, Tex., Man
ager of the Siiiisome Cattle Company, re
ceived information that Indians had stole 1
eighty head of horses from the company's
raiicn 111 Now Mexico near the Ari.:oii
Hne. The ninth annual congress of. the Na
tional Lde-ral L-ague conven-d at the
,Vo,k''s '' Cleveliuid, ()., on the
'-'t'". Colonel Kobcrl G. lng.-rsoll. the Pr.s-
ident, not being present, Charb-s Watts, of
London. England, Vice President, occupied
Tin: postmasters at Graniteville and
Sherley, small towns adjacent to Bo-; ton.
II.. .. 1 I .-.-. !... I
Ionacia Coistez. a notorious woman.
I of San A"touio, Tex., was recentlv
ol fetuilllliorll! was lollllil III iter
sth numbered: United States. 1S.: Can-
ndsi, . Total, 1'07, against I'.MJ tho week
AIMMTIOV V. OlSi'ATC'It j:s.
Tin: explosion under Flood Kock. Hell
Gate, N. Y., wassuccessfullv a'coinplihel
on the 10: h. The charge consisteil of -JSJ.UOJ
pouuils of dynamite.
The clearing house returns for the week
ended the tlth showed an average increase
of JI.(! compared with the corresponding
week of last year. The increase in New
York was ::..;.
Fitly: at the WiIJow, near Davisville,
Cob, the other tlay. destroyed the entire
brick block from the bank to the Crawford
House. The loss was JHW.eoo. It was be-
iieved tne tire was the work of an incen-
A-IIonVof llloo,is.llteM the 0hi.r n!ht
raiiI(N, ., fnri jtj t.0..,.tv Kt.rrv IrtrIatlf
from which a tenant had been evicted.
They slit the caretaker's ears and cropped
Tuhee distinct sljoc;.- of earttnjuakc
were felt at Lym h urg. Vn.. on the night
of t'ueO.h. A I011J, rumbling sound pre
ceded each shock.
The lirst Hebrew Christian Church in
America was dedicated at New York on
the lit li. The services were conducted by
the Kight Kev. P.. shop- Haines and Nich
olson and the Kev. Jacob Frehniau, the
i..v. nrs Ci05bv, Sabiue, Vincent and
piasT Armmn Cuf.vowitii. at Wash-
ilvzVm, ,ece:i:iy. sai 1 that he had notcon-
eluded the comsi lerat.on of the ixene
nreounts of the Civil S.rvic C'ntnission
ers, but that he had already made up h s
mind not to allow such items as "ginger
ale." "lemonade' "newspapers." etc.,
under the head of necessary expens..
TwEXTr-nvf. convicts 1:1 the peniten
Xiarv at Santa Fe. N. M.. the other lay
made a l-real: for liberty and got outsitie
the gat,. U.t th guards o,t .ire and
DeparlIllttlt of ApricilItIire reports
that the yi-ld of wheat per acre for the
area harvested i ld. bushels, and only
J on the area sown, which was nearly
forty million ncrs. The area harvested
will not exceed thirty-foax million acres.
In corn the indications point to a yield of
iti't bushels per acre, which would give a
yield of 1.9iJ0.0M bushels. The oaU
crop exceeds iJX,i).
A DESTRCCTlvr tire occurred at Durham,
near Cisco, Cal., reently, oui two ware
houses containing ."),f) sacis of wheat
were entirely consumed. Th- origin of
the tire is unknown. The estimated loss is
.,.--,,,..::. L ' . " "
Tun first impression of the Cotserva
tive saccess ia the French elections pro
uuCI on th? lwurea ceneral ris'. wh.cn.
however, was soon followci by depression
due to ears that the (quality of the partioi'
would rtd-r a stable government impossible.
NEUKASKA STATE NLWS.
TltE jhT dav the two-vear-ol 1 rhi'd of
James Id I.na2d Fureka precmct, Jf
fr -n Couittv. while . laying near a h- 'Arr
of h t wa:.r lck-I uint it aod fl in.
being s ternldy !c.ddl Uat it lived only
ab-iut four h'jar.
Joh.n Van IbcsES. of Colfax Connty,
has beat his last ywir's record on sah
rai-ing. Lat Vf?ar he rai.t owe hndri
ami nine quaah on one vin, and this
year got s-rn more, orouv hnadred ad
sisteen in ail.
The .State Veterinarian rcen'ly visited
.Schuyler and in company with the Shersf!
ami one or to others drove out M it.k'.v
Smith's place and sh: a bora and a ino.e
afllieted with glmid-rs, th lost hetd
owned by Mr. Smith. From lhtri the
coniiii.-ion proce-.l-l to the place of t.
31. Mnp s an 1 sHot three more hors-s. itr.
3Iap-s said h- had w intimation that tber
vir cniin; until Uiey notiaei him m the
li-ld vh:t was their Uisme?-. A j-ortsun
o! these horss were uwhMrnet-d lrom
work to be killed, and nearly all ioMired.
The insurance agents expre.tl su opin.on
that the sh otng of the horso 'Aiil relieve
the c nut any.
AN Omaha dispatch state that the re
lease of Matt .imnnnnau. under sentence
of death. tLiou.h sharp jH-nctice of hu
attorii-y. L. C. lturr. of Limola, contiaut-s
to xcit :vat ind gnation throubut the
State. Zimiie nnan's case waa p nd.ng m
the l.nit.d State's Supreme t'onr- n a
writ of t-rr. r. and IJurr look Zinuiier
niBii out of jail on a rit of
hn!en.- corpus l-fr' Untud State
Coinsnissi hit Savjile. who released
him on .' bail. Saville is n.w
under arrest. Burr was arrestl on com
plaint of the Tenth Jadiri.il District Attor
ney f.r aiding and nbeitni.: th prisjner to
escape, and was taken to K-arney to an
swer the tnptaint. Hurr is pruiieut
ami wealthy, and althi.iuh regarde! as a
sharp practitioner, h.s friends did not sup
pose h- would dure go so far as he did in
Neiu'.ankv postmasters Intel v apiKint
ed: At Whi'e P.abbit. K. A. France; Dale.
Uub-rt J. Kelly: Courtland. Lor-nzo .
Simmons; Neiigh, IMward T. lb si: York,
Forest L. Wedon; Columbus, Wiliiain H.
Hcr.iii.AKS cracke.1 the Folleiisbee store
in Fremont the other night and secured a
supply of revolvers, clothing and watch
A stock company him been formed nt
Ainsworth to mine coal found near there
It is stated that chicken htiuters in
Dodge fount v kill more cattle than chick
ens on their expeditions.
At all point.- n the line from Valpa
raiso to Stremlurg bitter complaints ar
made of the lack of mail factliti s.
Myi-.tie. daughter of IM .Mack, of (b-nnn.
nceidentnllv set her clothe on tiro re
cently, and only the presence of mind of
her mother sin ed her from a horrible dentil.
HlV.i.i.AliS the other night mnde a rani
on .Mr. Alfred's store in Cheney and se
cured .rJOO worth of plunder.
Dn. Ckhtii, State Veterinarian, reports
that he has killed fifty gbitulered horse
since lie has tak-n charge of the office.
Nineteen were found and kilbd iu the
western part of the State on his recent trip
Da vin Johnson, a hor! thief from Col
orado, was run down at ludmnoln re
cently. Johnson is wanted for the aileged
theft of live horses, two saddles, a revolv
er and a lot of clothing and blankets
from (L C. Ilnnscem's ranch, near I'ivtr
Tin: Indian accused of criminal assault
upon a lady school teacher near Valentin.'
a few- we-ks ne,o hi.d his examination th
other day ami was bound over f?.r trial. A
sipiad of Indian police was on the ground,
who would have executed the priMinei
had he been found iuiity. Colonel Dri.-biti
hearing of the d termination, .-eat over a
squad of cav.drv. but the tumble was
avirted by avoiding atrial and postpon
ing the matter to the District Coirt.
PlioK. ItKssv. of the State UiiivCrMtv,
savs smut 111 corn is a disease caused fiy
jiarasite fungus and suggests thnt every
smutted ear b- burned. This is, in fact,
the practice of some farmers. Ther is ik
o'her w av to reduce the amount of smut in
fields. It does no go d to apply poison tc
the seed corn. Now is the tune to pt event
smut in your next year's crop. (Jather uj
and burn every ear and stalk which show,
any smut on it.
fin: "Duke of Coniiaiight," a roval ract
horse, slipped on the track at tho latt
Fremont 'ar. throwing his rider over tht
fence and severely injuring him.
Tin: buckwheat crop in the Republican
Valley is said to be unu-uallv large.
At Sutton, while preaching the othei
Sunday night, IieV. 31 r. Si.trtm was over
come with exhaustion and fell in the pul
pit in a fainting tit.
At Lodge l'ole, Cheyenne C unity. Deputy
Sheritr Stetson recently shot and mor
tally wounded Chris Kline, a hard
character, while Kline was resisting
arrest. Kline nnd another man named
Charles Ilolman wavlaid and nearly killed
Jlorris Davis, a hichly rsjected cit.zTi of
the county, attacking him with a pec; of
iron. They m.s'tok him for Sheriff Car
ley, against whom they have a grudge.
Both men escaped to Lodge Pole, where
the ofiicer overtook them, and Kline tarted
to run. Stetson followed, shooting over
Kline's head. Kline ga;ned on thv oilb- -r.
who aimed a shot at his lgs, but the 1 al
let hit him in the shoulder and passed
around into his lung.
A shockixi; accident occurred at the
residence of 3Ir. and Ir. Alfred Cain in
Fremont the other dav. Their ten-year-old
daughter Anna, while playing ahmt
the stove, set fire to her clothe-, and -
severely, if not fatally, burned lefore the
flams were ex?inguibI. Her face and
feet were horribly burntd.
Thk infant chil I of 1 C. Hastincs. of
Saunders County, recvnt'.v ilied from the
effects of eating poisone'l fly jwiper.
TliK Colfax Cor.uty fair was a uccvs.
Keckntly whde some children wer
play ins with matches on the premises ot
Oleson Pros., in Clay Couniv. they .et r.
fire that" burned alKMit fifteen Un of bav.
a stable and several items of property
aloiU the stalJe.
Tun Haves Center X'trj loast that
th re never was a eaon in w hicii Jarrer
returns in the wbv of crops cmiM l
shown, coa-idering the amount of lalor
bv?towed. than the ;,rii. ThU apfbe
to all ktnils of rcgetobles as well as Q-bi
crops. A fine potatoes as wrre e-rer
seen have been gron thi. year on fresh
Jack Alle.v recently shot himself In su
Omaha bdv house.
The other day the little child of Dr. Bal
lard, of Graiton. got hotd of a bottle of
strychnin and emptied .oaie of the
oystnls into i?- mouth. The child lay ;n
convalsiona all night, but by he-oic treat
ment of attending physicians tse next
morning tne liuie child sufferer appear ?d
The lYesuI-nt recentlv made the follow
ing appointments: Oliver Shannon Re
ceiver and William Neville Rerit-r of in
iand-oSIce at North Platte: S. Glover K
ceiverscd S. F. Berth ICesisterof the issd
o:lie at Valeatise.
The teachers of Holt County have 3!
a bold stand for a month aa-i board
THE CARDINAL DLu
OiriIln.il 'Mcri.i.fe.-y iHietlr 1 Ahst-
!.rt-h ( lit. t.ilr.
Nrw Yor.h. o-'e-f'er IA - Card il M.'
Clokey d ed at li i 'clo.-a t.i. uhw.'i;.
paceal!y aiwi orrnnd-l by rr-.ate- aol
clergrtaen of h Mtei. Tborlay ml.t wt
qniet, ami tho Cardinal atk Hieh;
refreshed erty yetenlay wri,inr. bat Ac
r-akmw that jrerede diseolulKi was te
c.mmg more pnnoncekL Dr. ICer mI
yeterda mosaic that hi jwueot althturti
cin fort able, wftt growing perceptibly
veker. The CardinftI w oo'y a'l to
speak 'i k ifbi-per al il ws with titM
cnlty that he eould make ha attendants ui
dertatd hfc v.i.fce The eooltti--ii ol the
)ie.tteut w.v such that it rvs UKW.h; that
he mig'.it dros o". at aoy BKuwent. Ir.
, Keye said that hi- jsntieiit had failed Mioro
rapi.ll during the twelve hour past than
in the preceding forty-e.gJit boats. He
diil not then tnin it $io!b!e the pat ent
woiihl survive nnIay. sie-uhl be live until
then. Soon after two o'clock toe Cardinal
sank into tinctmwiou-.ties nd continued
throughout the evening. Crave apwhen
siotts were l-ft't1! on xlsl- fact and )lu.
Farb'3, Father Duuhren- nt Mr. John
Ked, who was at b roe, were Iturneti.j
Mitt,ruo:Md : the Caidtna;' hoite and b!
shIc. Al It'll o'clock llM-e aUut tlw bcl
sWe of thf rick man were of the bei'ef that
he Hoke a jam to eoiwimiMies. The Car
dinal's nephew bad t-e: sent for, lw betiijy
in I'hilaleldiiH. l'tr siuie hour prr !
IiH lesuf cink4ioiisiie, Uie Cardinal la4
taken no nourishment, and tboe wlu
w.itched left that all that was iiw left was
tlio inev ta! ie ami speity e iiatitt of the
iusu:,pirttil vital force. At 1- JO the end
rame, aiwl -1, peacefully and iii!i!y
that those who watched him scarcely
Knew thnt the change had come until Dr.
K-e Hi,triet tint all was oer nnd that
the ( aid.nal .- dead. Then the but.er.
Wnl-b. 11-liereii foith to a can the venerable
Ke. Iioiibrc-c. The rant,, eje wen
wet. and 1m. Kces, who supported the re
eiend father on one de, said to the wait
111.: crowd out-ide: "The Cnidm.d i dead."
.Moiisijnore Preston tcmauicd with the ie!-atie-
and offered praeis for the reiHe of
the deail prelate." sold. The other d.g
nitaties depaited after the death. The dead
Caidui:ils tetiiaius will n-st m the xaitll" of
the Cathedral. The interment will prob
ably be one week from Sunday next.
THK ri:iu. U.'s. i.MUMt
John MrCio"ke. the American Cardinal,
was born in I'ruoklxii, N. V., March 10.
l.slO. He graduated at Mount St. Mary's
College, 1'iiiuiett-biirg. Md.. and ".fidied
thiHiloirv in tf e seiiiinarj there. Ilavmt:
receiveil priest's orders Jan'Miy ., is:, fie
was sent to Koine, stud ed f..r two years in
the Koti.an Codcire, spent another ear in
Fiance, and on his return was ai pointed
:'S".ttut pa-tor of St. I ieths Church In
New York, and si months after berattie
lector of the pari-li. Iu 1-11 It "hop
Hughes noiii'iiutcd bun First President of
St. John's College. Ponbiam, but m Ivjj he
lesiillied the lecloisfitp of St. Joseph's. At
the solicitation of Hiho; Huuhes he wan
apt oiiited his coadjutor Novembrt Ul.
lsi:t, with the l.tle ot Ibsfiop of
AMcie. and was con-eerated March
10. 1Mb III the divi".oii of the iho
cee of New York which took place in
lsfT, K.shop McCloskev was iiominale
first Itishop of Al'mny .Max "J!. liis eul,
eioipieiiie and popu'atity obtaured him the
mean" of building chtin lies in everx citv
and toxxn, and of creating s:.d:iJniient
for chanty and education. He mtn-dnced
into Ins dtnccM' the L-uI es of tl. S.irreil
Heart. theSi-tersof Chanfx. the'ravMs
teis H,"it tilers fiotu Montreal, the Sisfer
d St. Jo-eph and those of the Thud Order
of St. Francis: also the Jesuits, ntdates.
Augu-timaiis. Franciscans and Capuchin".
He began and completed the Cathedral at
Albany, denting to it a large part of In
oxvn income. During hi" l:"t xears in that
city he piiiehased extcnsixe building" in
Trox. de-d'iicd to be a gt tieral theological
seiniuaty for the dioceses fortiMig Uie
eccie"i:i"tical province, of New York, and
obtained for it fioin the I'liiversitv of I.ou
vaiu a staff of trained piofes.ois. Alter
the death of Archblhop Hiigls he
xvns appointed to the "ce ot New
Yoik, May 0. I - r, i . and took poss-svon
of it August vM. Ke-ides a large intn.herof
Fpaciotis cimtches built iu the cttx and wle
x here, the Aivhbislu has -daW.'Oted a
leoteetorv for destitute eh'Mf.. "f .-
Chester, In which upward of 1. 1 no box" and
.Miu su is are educated: a founding h!iimi
in Sixty eighth street, an aylniu br femalo
deaf unites at Fonlham, lnni:es for deti
tute c'u'ilreu ami joi ng girls atUhed to
St. Stedien'" and f't. Ann Cf.urche. homes
for agel men and xx-..uien. and new orphan
a-vlmns out" de of New York " tx To di
tect these m-tittit oils and to co-utM-f Rt w ith
the secular ch'rgv. he has ctah'ithed roin
inuuitiesof Doiuir.tcaii". Fraiici-aai.s. "pu
chttis, ' I. ttie Sist4is oT the Pont" and tier- '
man I'iancican Sisters for the (banian '
Hosii:al. He has also tailored stremoiilr
to comtilete tl-e new catteslral tH-guii bx h.
predecessor, tor xxhidi he has given SIimhW
from hi" own jinxate pu'"i'. and U pnciire
tuateitals for xxlpch he visited Kome In
ISTt. The decea-ed prelate xva the flrt
anil up to this tune only Cardinal ever resi
dent iu Ainer.cn. S nee h" elexxtkm U,
this highest dignity age had hen telling n
the great pre!at and he had been iractl- .
cally an imand for iue years.
Rnml .Itiror KrnrMii-iioIeil.
S.il.r Lxkk. October 10. A few days
ago Chief Justice 7-uie atrue:eii the f;rnnd
Jury that they could present a man) in
dictments against a man for unlawful co
ha'iititiou as they p:ea.i. divd an the
fine the offense continued into xek" or
davs and finding a presentment for each
iHrniMl. This inoruing the District AU"rocx
x. anted the Craml Jury to ind"!
evtT.d ineii xxhoe first term In
the jwMiit-ntiary expire next wk
xx ith the xiew- of hnxing them indietd
and icfcntenctij. when they rutie oot
Three of the Jar. men refused u.iiwtct
them, saving that the pri-ooers bavmg
serx-ed one term shonld le gven an opw
tunltv to voluntarily cease the uolafii
practice. The three were taken hfore :b
Judge. xho severely IiMi'ii and d.n1
them from the jury, ordering that tb ril
Is? tl .el lr aa ojn venire. There was
much talk on the sret iat ntgtst vr th
affair. The op-nwtn i d.ided a to
the b-gn'itv of the Ju.ls' actbm. bnt all
look upon it intieatitis hi deterwu2tii
ia shoxvmg Morwus r mercy.
To Ir--n: Inr-erlon.
Niaoakv Fai.i.s. (vt October 10.
With a viexv so preventing t-V nurwteetine
of sinail-pox info tie Tutted StaUe- from
tld jnnt Dr. Itrirgs ml a crp i a,
Ur" insi-Ttors from PnSal, had a eanier
ence here be.5?iy with Ocil of tbe C.raoW
Trunk ami Mlcbigan CnUal ltal -.Tk- A
rule wi adeij twt all i'u:'r fro
Canaiiiaa r nt for tb- lr. :-d su' aot
produce' rertiUcAtes of baxt.g b- ,w
cin.-tel xx thm a ver. TV Crad;.iB r- -road
vn!: baxe paenger" ernj,l tt
r-acdc ti jwMr, to prevent rwifiM.
and de a. Tt- umbor UV na Uth sHwf
the rier are making imngect fr rmk
: imbory vaccination.
Kxrlfir the tyr.
Njv Vrfc, October 18. Kdrard J. "xVe
wK a lexdins importer of aaibae djc.
wtio retired froai the buiia ibro: U
rnortb io. bi" sent a bn- ctKwaiaakaCb
to the Aifrcin Jtmmnl r.f y.tbrlr. ta
hKrh h- ay tbe cae of h ret reava
a. th. iev'al eorrujitca afd 8a.t-ry
praet,ct n tbr tmnr-sv He eeU? UmI
leziliia:- buAUies M uaav.bi-: tbat Use
fourteen lairtbnc aaUia hoa. m .-i
country ill rt-wxrt to ae bnbtar af 4 to
use ai rrcMwuaenni tbetr ra4". and far-
lh tlwir ntai-n tanO-T ff ar
uriKrw-. Tab', be n-cfciss. ieeut to a
.si. ' ifrir i'tmot rwarhrr ktfH asieto
..i- .r.-iAi- Himiv rr'ker kirS asicau
fcr i!!egiais.: 2vd-. j
rer.n. f.lBC h " ,-'t ,,,J f" Th'1"
llHii lM.lr- l.ilrnty",M,K
t?rms !-. -s. sk.I l.lej
W im:.ivc. October 3,Tb Tmi
Sic IVjrtnet haa ruW bJ wber
Ihird and trtb-c! wsmtkH. mvlM !
d-rrOt U a dtarant loeaiity. mf, M-S-
oSJee, i tnadxertrwtl ! So tb ju . 4
eam'd Jf f'- "- 'Sr' "( "".
ueli watior will be ret-nd and rrt j--VZ
rbaift"! wba trtuni re.-t U1
upoo a -mntpy. Th e'a m ! he' t
,,p by vr tmr:el t' at uch ttiMi' r
.boutd ttotbiTe tren riit out f!)m Vm
tnri-nVe wltenrit wa nMue.' tit .. d
aaxe tieeo frlHroed U th ruler ff "
iirrrttv Tfc ittpmnmrntil f.o.4. .
Sfver. that tb w.t bo4 o? r b r :
wn nekct a not pnM ablresu. '.?.-
Tt Put-ffb" leprtmeit t 10 rec 1 1
.' a number of ui -. rie re-a'.xe fc th.-j-rralioo
oi tht pi.fie ord. -a!- :
;Mnemi t;nint la :-:. f't.,d' . F.-ie:
!ac! M htiid hUte o' ittunn ; "-.
I'.l.rMalkUttiM tl lalb Clt ) . I V "f '''
m!v apHi.nted lmalet '
f Ntanb of wilT an-1
bo'.d other smail luur. csaj off.e -
i"l traKe hejf ni-atiti of the :
tar Utt or n ..t. In
wh.-?.. l:i tiiUtt.c.nal i-ftKt d -
, u.. er"
.! .- -
fete M1U1 tbe dute of the pnst-
.s o:ed Uut Lieecuue 'ldi u '!
An unmarred IxH. i:e4 be'x--- .
Urn and tW'tt, "'' xear x" :
kppoitited potn, trrs- o ai I - t
uter-!ed person haxeu '" f ; "
U.e a tlBtmst 1 dl . '
Ul CIV jKlfert !-! I i 1
Motor ti I' of fiw, ' at .' :
under tbeeonmen u.. !..:
stoverti th; ia. t e!t "Ut .-.v
air vt mantv. I'im- d-p.xit-.. :
exer. hfts dee.dl that t e .ad " . ,
Uvtuse under the iuiui-:i 'ax : ";-
foi a at nor cao be held 1.: a
tible. .) ies,'
trie Iwtmaler titerat l-m
if, C,e '
folfovx inr aiMMutirem'i.t ot the
V ' x
tlM deurtnint in refc'arl to the : t.i t
wf letters bearing "j-141 del xrrx aei
rereixctl in the t onVe" tt Mnl. L
is not eifttnt by tbe tepaiim-it ti.at tbe
x.tlUA)t,rs shall I"jUire UtrtvLB'-" .: t.
sjM.i-i.il delivtfy arrhe to rrp -it br tint
on Send.xx, not to keep tliesr ofte rs ,.M-n to
any ditlcrvril extent U an i ne provided
for bx the regulation am! U"-ve fn 5et-iA.'
A :rio'in Ti o--siti.T hmI ltl IEpVff'
lie .eeonnlll It lit CxHtml IV,'J'''
Ni.xx YttitK, (cjber I. - At : !!
evening Policeman Doiurui, at U- (Vtitrat
Park foiee. m duty near S-vn' -s.i,ii
street, heird a piitol hot A if"nl and
a third III quick uicewuu tax b.ta th
diti-ctlou, arnl luirrxin tbrogh the "br-:t-bery
in tbe darknei he fmd b.iMself c'icm'
by the statue of tl Pilgrim" on K.t
drtxe xx licit he haanl another aht. thea
sex ernl deep groans, ami all wits M . A
light was strut W and the ofucor n a man
and xxoman, both dtess-.! in Mack a though
prepared for a ftu.eia . Ixing ujh.ii a hor
blanket. '1 l.u hiiiuii x dead and
n smile xv-.s ii p.. u her face, xhw-li
In life hail been pflMlv. The man a
dying ami "! xn-i "tdl. t)n th woo.ati
bieat xxlin-h s!ie lia.1 bared for tht bul.'el
lay a lock of her loxer's hair and upon u.
r dead leaf and n rose. Kacb tr on to
left hand a black gle. and between th-
In) a "bull dc" j.. "to?, lief ween tbe pall
xvas a box full of ioxe bKter. TIm twe
.'lodien were phcel uon a atret-br b
Dnugnu. the ollicrr. and otliera bo had ar
tlxed. and carrie-l ta th street, where a.
xxagoit xx a pro. urtii m xvoieu Ihey xre
tuv.en to the iporicue.
St w i oi:k. tNt.ter -Ttie bti of
the man and xv.oium who on Nturdax 'gitt
rmui:ltet sutcab? in Central lr, li.ti.
lam all day on the eold a abi of f
morgue. Iblh iKlirv be tieti
ldetififi.il. Tm man wa Hf.r.
HeHei.to:;. antl the woman i
Maria K'oeh. wlfr f Uieciiim4 F Kc ,
ed tor of the Jer. Cit Frr JVftw iivl
,s"oifymyof. The woman was tbirty-eubl
xeanof act nl Tentel will, ber hutfm
himI ftwir child, en on I.ixt,'.a aeio.
.Jersey City He g it. llriet,ibrf wa tw
lx two year of j;r. ""i utifil reeetfl Lad
been iip;,j"l In th eoiiiri,nij rtioui of
UiJere C.fx t ri lf.
TerrlM .XeeltMt l Htilr..(I 0tew
'I fln Ih XHww.olo.
St. Faii, tii.. irt.hrr k-.V tnih:
Irs-.-u; b.tppeor-1 on tb Fe?ea K.
twTi'ch if tbe Nortlwtn J'acilW' lUdro!
sxeumi:st we of bete jretfla morn
ing by hich hvt men tout the.r !.ii ati.1
thirty or fty io wr mi or ie
in!nreI. John Kot,rri io Jeft
Waliprtim. Da, for Una Mr in two r
tion. Wtten w.th.n aetrn n.ile of I'rtf ,t
Fall, at a rua.l piaee MunwJ Fret !.. the
Ueador bw'o tectioo broke iu two wh..e
icdug up R lia grade and ten or trie
ear" wctt tl itut bacV; at a tmrr Be rat. r
tbe rewi of thw train wr Mirew irp n
car upl by tb wrkMie. over tlir
Luieireit in number, all of wbora wf
sound aaleep arvt n,t aware of the iiprtd
in 4aner. Th ear, wbb Had bvn
l.ioe. inera4 thetr pmt a lAey all ap.
proaebett Ue "-ed, or rmgm atn. mtti
probably bad run a mthm bf Uey atnen
It. Tb eB.nrr ul tbe far arrtni
.it lb car- approarb nc bwtai I t i iu
to stop hi train before it ttrwk b w. I tt
tirakeman on tb Um man Ute4 to put
on brake, bol tbey bat tiftVultjr o run u
,'t r.m ear to ear m ae-mnt of tb mfn
n-b lmperfe1 thir prorr. Had ih
-iiaT'r of ttrer rtian h4 a b't ,
tttore !) be ecriifl bv- bw- t trait
rvl avoeit t eaiatnttr. It.t it -
ltiatxl tbe car trwrk bes en-tw .t,i
rmewb force, thrown thrm ateprr
froca th Urt, spl Mwawtitior tbo brttd
ferinto. Tbr re i wfi " rr.t.
w notr toan a huolr"d mu we ti'-H
in trie de). Tre ni(bt wm da'k tt4 Vim
rroab4 ot sbr mew wr ff,.T lt
popbt ia tbe rt cetoi a; 4Ree i-rtvt tb .
work of rjawnntu th t rt,i. fine vt mhita
ef fowwi Ami aud mac; Mibart -rtTtt
TM rtik .vriillll
UaXTKm. Cofrtobe x la
total SM t'wkm f'arute wM
ilrar Tbur-lay a ltmtmtm. wTty rwew
empCoyorf to low Mar fiik Ene. taut
4i. trwei ai lb aaate traa. Alt las
enal ai.n of to I'nt, iarstk? ta ta tatf
' Cabrh mt aow c d. Otum a tWwk
dr Valley aaviar ba sbat 4wwn Umi
te avU aco. Tb nmtum fivew U n
4mue: tb svaerai rtk w tht Uw iar.
of tbe xbrtf auber. at K llarbkax W j,
oal not, Umr tbe railroad rrmptrj to
:rm- wb.l- tt atsaw at otbrr petal wrw
Vrtmz w.-tew. a tba katter -"rwid auyai
Okaiix. Nkl. Otot-K k-Twa y.tc,
ca ai Gicaood. lo-wa. c W. wUtmtm
kUl4 Jaws Cliaxerxaittlx. to toa be at
jeiasoa by aaarrut-e. Wawea eiabax4 Vi
ao: to Wfeieaar, Mrv VxStfes waa tiw,
aaiy wtiaaw. to A mKmit. WaRae w
eaaaatoed uaf dawaaradL Yetoraae
arretted foe mtdmr --
inry har tc tmnmd in torf-u
I XfiBfttat b.lW. tW art iImim Imo. -
calr been towawi Kawa.A.,
i-arurrr: bat oaw boianaato wa dMraarr
w - vMiW waiaa ap, wa mnrm x
taiiaaXaaa re aaJrd taw tor - --
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