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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1885)
JL C. HOSMER, PiUMir.
The Glasgow Prcshy'.cry has ioted
in favor of diiestnhlishment and lim
dowmcnt of the Church of Scotland.
Advicks from Akah.id say that the
Engliwh engineers at Herat are prepar
ing for the construction of a railway
The London Standard says: In many
circles the death of "Josh Hillings"
will cause more unaffected regret than
would the loss of a more eminent in
structor of the people.
Ik the District Court at Houston,
Tcr., recently, Elvira W. Hutchins
received judgment for $140,700 in her
suit against A. S. Richardson, executor
of the Hutchins estate against the
aamc estate. The City Hank of Hous
ton received three judgments, one
amounting lo over $250,000.
The suit of Mrs. William Xeunie.ster
against the Centennial Mutual Life Jn
Aiirancc Company, of Hurlington,
Iowa, for a policy of two thousand five
hundred dollars on the life of her
deceased husband, was dee'ded at
Dubuque in favor of the plaintiff. The
company refused to pay the policy on
the ground that Neumeister committed
Koiiekt H. Roosevki.t. (if New York,
Augustus S. Mcrriman, of North Caro
Jina, and William Stevenson, of Penn
sylvania, have been apiiointud a (Jov
crnment Commission to examine and
report upon twenty-live miles of the
Northern Pacific Kadrond lying be
tween Eagle (lorge, Washington Ter
ritory', and the south bank of the Pu
The artificial culture of oysters lias
licen completely successful at the
hatching station of the New York Fish
Coin mission on Long Island, X. Y.
Thousands of young oysters were
caught on scallop-shells and are now
as large as a dime. This is the lirst
practical success on a large scale in
this country from oysters artificially
impregnated and hatched.
On June C last. Nashuin Morrison
was drowned in the river at Hiddeford.
Me. Dennis O'Connor, superintendent
of burials for the crity. buned the de
ceased, as was afterwards learned,
without a ffiiroiid or cotliu. The
Widow Movrison now brings suit
against O'Connor for obtaining money
under false; pretenses, having charged
her, as .she says, for collin, robe and
A CL'liioi's; and snestive fact about
lho Eastern question is the attitude of
Kin"; CJeorge of (i recce, and to under
stand this his family iclations must be
taken into account. Kinir (Jeorjre is
the .second son of Kiii ('liristinn IX.,
of Denmark, ami is tin husband of the
(rand Duehcss t)I;:i Constantino; a,
cousin of the (.V.ar of Kiisi:i. Kiiijr
('hristiau has succeeded in placinj; all
of his children, save one, on juvsent or
)rosj)eetivc Kurojican thrones. His
eldest son. the Crown Prince Frederick,
will become the Knijj of Denmark; hi-?
eldest daughter. Princess Alexandra,
is the wife of the Prince of Wales, and
will he the (jueeii of England: his .sec
ond sou. Kin"; (Scoriae, is Kiii"; of the
Hellenes: his second daughter is the
Czarina of Russia: In third daughter
is the wife of the reijnjn"; Duke of
Tiik Canadian steamer Alert re
cently arrived at St. Johns. New
foundland, from Hudson's l.ay. after
a stormy voac. It will be remem
bered that in the sunup; of last year
lioverniuent ent out the .steamer
Neptune with a view to establishinp
points of observation alonp the shores
of Hudson's Pay and s-t raits. Six
points of observation were .selected
and three men were placed in charge
of each station. The Alert has now
returned, after visit inp; the places of
-observation. Lieutenant Cordon, who
was in charge, reports that he visited
Churchill Station and all other stations
where observers had been placet!. He
found Stupart's Station deserted, but
learned afterwards that Stupart had
arrived at Chieho. He also reports
that Mr. Inglis. of Halifax, one of the
station hands. iliid of scurvy last Jan
uary; that all the others were well.
The object of the expedition was to
ascertain whether or not navigation of
Hudson's Hay was practicable as an
ocean route for the shipment of the
products of the Xorthvst through that
Chief Bcmiyiieaii, of the Cherokee
Nation, called upon Secretary Lamar
at Washington, on the loth, snd had
jin extended, interview in reganl to the
intrusion of white settlors upon the
Cherokee lands in thclnd sin Territory
Although tlic Indians have the power
to determine the status: of citir.eos of
the Nation, yet the Department is
charged with tho duty of ejecting in-
THE BED CLO
OW. nnd in tho OXerdse of that r ;."" " "l. "f "!""wew rweuoii '...;;.... :"'. ;"'""""' overcome ! the r- aarf sk, ..! ,. llaawliB- Couatr N ai la are. a ano
. . . -anaiia, wouiu be connuute 1 to hfeion- i tiil ' jieiuput?. run. cars con- ..- . , .. , ,, , ..'.., ...
has assumed the right of detor- s-rvitu,ie. wut'1 Mon , Ull .mu:xls erji swkrA , -as corae t.e lofr- they rcorerea coa- aWjnine, bot wRtooji :H'.u-. ,tr lb-
who are ami who are not in- T.tu Secrarv of the Interior i,e,,.i . No lnos woreioit. '""T... """- .ow T.: " '7,1 " ". TL-LTZTrT:
ers. Chief ltusliylivad say.-s that argument by attorney for the Kansas Pa- I Lok: Lanoolih CiitTRCint-L. Secretary ' , ' uahticaa -sroald haT a tun rtT t tkau-
are a number Of persons reidin hc KntiroaJ Company oc a motou tore- or fctate tcr imtta. has acceiitsi to th- r- : ""... -.. iu ni. ... ,ki. m j aaiJ 3 wtfJfi; w)w.
Tcrrlton- who are there under 'OK .an T- ,na,le - lh J-'Ptmeiit i ( " f --' 'i ,nW ia n.- .- . ,- ,-.y ,a . ncn.
I ttvti... tt. ........ .. i j . - 1 Inirs nf Inilti nurt frnni n.!.w-(n; nf -.r.l- I JtP corn rroh n? CntUr rMa- -Ktl . ' - . .
tribal permits, and those persons he
does not wish to disturb. But there
vrcre also many white persons in the
Territory who claim to be citizens of
the Nation and have taken :tp choice
land who are not entitled to the rights
of citizenship and should be ejected.
Tho Indians were sat'Sticd with tho
pressnt arrangement with the cattle
men. Chief Bushyhead wished to im
press upon the Secretary the advisabil
ity of allowing them to remain in pos
session of tho lands.
WORLD AT LARGE.
A Summary of the Dally Now.
nCflffOXAI. AND POMTICAU
The Rev. Daniel Irving, D. I)., Secre
tary of the Board of Foreign Missions of
the Presbyterian Church, died in Orange,
N. J., the other morning aged sixty-four
A kecent Washington special say there
was a well supported rumor that Mr.
Charles Codrnan, of Boston, has accept!
the place of Civil Service Commissioner,
vacated by Dornian B. Eaton.
The entire Republican municipal ticket
in Chattanooga, Tenn., was elected.
H. W. Shaw, better known as "Josh
Billings," died of apoplexy at Monterey,
Cab, on the 14th. TJie humorist was oil a
Count Von IlATEKRr.OT his been gazet
ted as German Ambassador to London to
succeed Count Von Minister, who goes to
Paris in place of Prince Hohenlohe, re
cently appointed Governor-Genera! of Alsace-Lorraine.
The remains of Cardinal McCloskey
were interred with imposing ceremonies in
the crypt of the cathedra! at New York on
the 2 1th. Immense numbers of people were
Tammany and Irving Halls have agreed
upon a joint ticket, headed by Hugh J.
Grant, of Tammany, for Slieri'il". Beside.-,
the nomination for .Sh'rifi Tnmmaiiy tal:-s
tho County C!erlhij and .ludg" of tin
Superior Court, giving Irving Hall a
Judge of the Police Court, President of the
Board of Aldermen and one Coroner.
Co.wsidep.aism: feeling was reported as
existing over the O!.io election, consequent
upon alleged frauds and irregularities in
Hamilton County. Some reports of th
l."th spoke of u riotous ,tat of affairs in
Cincinnati. The Legislature wa.s claimed
by both parlies.
I'ktkii McCnocir, the Board of Trado
operator, was stricken down by ujioplexy
the other morning at Milwaukee, am! for
several hours it was thought that he would
Governor Kato.v, of Colorado, has is
suerl a proclamation raising the quarantine
against cattle from Missouri, Indiana and
Complete unoflicinl returns on the heads
of tickets in Oliio .shown totul of .VtJOJ
votes for Foraker and :ti,.d'S for Hoadly.
Forakei's majority is 17,'SW.
Colonel Bee, Chinese Consul at San
Francisco, has completed a compilation of
statistics showing the number of arrivals
and departures ot Chinese from that port
since the restriction act went into force on
May !, 1SS2. The departures aggregate
about I'.'.OOO; arrivals, 18,000.
MISCKI. I.A.N ICniJ
The boiler in a largo cotton ginntutr es
tablishment nt Tiiscunibia, Ala., exploded
the other night. The building was blown
to atoms, ami John Starr, the fireman, wns
killed, and Thomas Nichols, n bystander,
Hoct, sentenced at Salt Lake on the Kith
for tho fourth time for murder in the first
degree, will be shot November 'Jl.
HkI'Outs received at thy Marine Hospital
Bureau, Washington, show that yellow
fever is epidemic in Caracas; that cholera
is decreasing in Spain and in extinguished
in Valencia; that .small-pox is ruirini: in
Buenos Ayros with alarming fatality: and
that yellow fever has appeared in Aca
pulco. Tiik Spanish expedition from Fernando
I'o, an island on tho West Const of Africa,
has enterod the Nairn Biver anil declared
Spanish sovereignty ou both banks of the
John DnvKitKAUX, charged with at
tempting to blow up the saloon of James B.
Budget's, No. 1SI7 Cnl!ow-hill .street, Phil
adelphia, on tho morning of August Ji;
last, has been .sentenced to pay a fine of
.yUt and to undergo imprisonment of two
and a half years.
Oi'KUATloxs hnve been resumed in all the
departments of the .sheet mill of the Bend
ing (I'a.) iron works, a compromise ha ing
been ell'ected with the puddiers who .struck
recently for an advance. The manage
ment agreed to grant the advance.
A nisASTiiors fire occurred nt Frederick -ton,
N. B., recently, resulting in the de
Mructi n of Morrison's sawmill, twelve
adjoining tenement houses and J.O'M.OiK)
feet of lumber. Thirteen families wetvlelt
homeless. The total loss was f IUJ,ni!0.
Wii.mam Coxxoit was arrested at
Weatherford, Tex., recently, charged with
Nk.mii.y til" entire business portion of
the vtlbigeof Sand Bank, near Oswego. N.
V.. was burned the oth-r night. Two
churches were destroved.
IYi.i.y l.iHM Select Knights were in line
in the procession held by the Conclave of
the Ancient Order of United Workmen at
Topeka on the 1-lth.
Wii.mam A. Vixcknt, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of New Mexico, re
cently appointed Stephen W. Dorsey a
member of a commission to draw grand
aim pem jurors ior max, ierriiory, lor
which act he was suspended from otlice by
I)iiuthk:ha was reported raging at Kiu
Claire, Wis., in a ii.alignant form. The
Mayor and the Board of Health closed the
wot side schools, four in number.
Tiik Postmaster-General has decided that
the depaitiiieut was under no ooligatiou to
deliver mail matter thrown into its collec-
; l t . i- ,, ,. t.
.. .-"At.s .y e,.s, cargo K t.o. It ap- ,
.inn ,o Hint l lnf. l..n.. .1.. . ; . ., I
r.i..T ikiiiu iiii.i itch iiil- prnciicv 01 (lie
express company to transport letters as far
a their lines extend and then place them
in the United States mails for delivery.
Ix Barnes County, Dak., n woman am!
child named Stanton were burned to death
while trying to escape from a prairie lire.
Tuk hopes entertained of the peaceful
settlement of the Houmelian question have
been shattered by the receipt of a dis
patch from Constantinople, statin; the
conference has formally declared that the
porte has disavowed the Bulgaro-!lou-meltau
union. Further news was await!
with considerable anxiety.
Ax ultimatum has been dent to King
Theebaw, of Buruiah, crderin; ni:n to re
duce the claim against the Bombav Trad
ing Company, to remove the restrictions
against Kuglish trader and acc-p: :i Irt
ish resident at MandeJay. Gunboats have
been ordered to Rangoon to await order
to enforce the Government's demand by a
demonstration at Mandeiny.
It was understood in London that the
sentence of death passed on Linis Ki-1,
Xnnsas clairaetl bv that companv.
It was thought in St. Loui oa tfce Iltu !
that the street car tnke would prove a I
TfiE cholera in Spain continues to c.rar
on, averaging 2T.0 cases and 100 death
daily. In Palermo, Sicily, on the JtU
there wreW new cas-s and ) death-.
At Bombay recently a house fell kM-
inif a.tsa-A. wxAtaw..... 1 T.
A r.uvoR was current in Athens on the
15th that Priac-. Alexander, at the head of
an army, was march tng from PhiitpDoptL's J
toward Adriaaople. t
;. :."."; : '.vrr t. : ..r? ,,.,1, x-v ., j..i"t ;;:;;; tbeo.na.r. n,!::th -ra:irT wttrv'.s!i?itf.WwaoifrtKn
f - tiiir ut il-jj, iut lanus in -- i- ..v . ..........v..... w. ..v.- ; .- - -- . ,..-
The Washington Li mi Otlic ha. re
ceived a communication Matins; that Dr.
Powers, who was a Government witnesa in
the prosecution of a fraudulent land cu
in Cnlifornia, has been slain by T. F.
Pruett, on- of the defendant.
The Inrge cottonseed oil mill at Hemp
stead, Tex., owned by the Ahrenhecke
Company, was totally destroyed by flr
the othfr evening. Loii, $fc6); insurance.
A deplorable state of anarchy was re
ported prevailing In Peru.
Superintendent SciiMin.of th Ceve-
land (O.) police department, haordere-l all
tue gamijiers to close their rooms. I he or
der has 1d olteyed and th gamesters
are leaving for oth-r cities in sunrnw.
A disease anions 'nors-, resembling the
epizootic, is prevailing to some extent in
The gre-n ?!s lottle manufacturer ot
the United State, in s-i?ioii recently at
Pittsburgh, I'a., decided that in view of
the depressed condition of trad, a reduc
lion of from 10 to 1.1 per cent, in w ages
an absolute necesdtv.
A heavy earthquake shock was Mt in ." o wriorf sue t-nsoii ciose
Palermo, Sicily, on the 1.1th. Th-di-turb- Some wt-ki ao a tramp w'ho su
anc- causel a three-itory house to fall, , flopping t-mporarily at I'npilhoti. a.
burying its occupants beneath the debris, j -nt to the county oor farm, the trtip
Eight corpses were recovered from the being .-upp'.s 1 to be U-j sick to pr ide
ruins. s for his on livelihood. He was cart fur
An analysis has ben made at New York j by th family of Mr. Sprngur. an i h
of the Chine.se tipple, which they have "apidly reameI hi- heHlth. Out .-ht
liee n s-llinj; anions themselv-n free f ,.x- recently, while the inmate of th v u.
cise. It is found to contain thirty-eight w ere .-deeping, th tramp ro-e and -jm-per
cent, of alcohol, and henc-f.,r:h the sacked th- hoiw for valuables. eruri .-a
Ciiiu-s-will be rquir-d t procure a bcen-e loty two line overcoat, three sus - of
to lejl their native drink. clothe.-, one watch, a check for srve -n
The fall of exchanges mid the low price.s dollars, two dollar-! m money and a -.air
of -ilver were i ejorted stimulating the ,-x- of l-ot. tho entire amount aggrega mg
portation of wheat from India. Enormous
.-hiiiineuts are pending.
L. Carlkv, of Moatrenl. a large dry
goods denb-r, has .su"d the Brads' ivet
I'oiumercial A-ncy for flt,mo damars
for injuring his credit by giving nut false
iiiioriiuilion lnreganl to ins tinniicint con-
While uorkm-n were making excava
tions under an old brick wall on Main
.st-eet, Louisville. Ky., the wall gaw, wav Vice Pre.sid.t.s f the various ju h.i H.
and fell in, injuring the following- Thomas . tr,f.u ut.n. cllttHt,u foiIow.s: Kirst :,-.
Busch, hip bioken and fatal! v cru,he,l; ' trirt. .Mr. M-K-, 'IVruniseh: Secon. !.,-.
George Busch, .s.r.ous internal injurie,: triPl, .Mni. ivt-khasn. Lincoln: llur.' I.is
(..! Weissers, head badly cut: William tnctf Mrj(. (;. W.CJurk. Omaha: K irth
Cotton.-, leg brok-n, and an unknown ,,, n.rict, Mrs. Hiuhcock. Fremont: Fifth
had his back broke... . lh!tlrlrU M. AllI1H ,,,t,.,1 Hn:tll,Ks.: hiXIi
Bv theexplooon of an overloaded gun , i)istri,.t. rv .. M u-,.ir. i.m.u
in the hands of Edward Burtlev at Hoel- :
ton, I'a., Bobert Fichter wn-, instintlv ',
...l i !....., ..:..!.. t.i . . i
v.., ..U.L.-V .s ..... ...Ml s invnil Oil
jiiei iimniin.H'iiu .s i seriously iiijnreii
Tl.. O 1 .-.
iiiiil lie win pronaiiiv uie. '
FlVB cars loaded with wheat were
ditched "ii the Northern Pacific five miles
east of Aitken, Minn., the other day. Two
men who were steiiliii!' n rule u ii rnninl i
sutrocate.l in the wl,et. From letters on
them thev were believed to bo John K.
Coehrane.'of V.tlante, Pa., and Lo.n.s I)u,t,
of Champaign, III.
IJI'Mikss failures for th seven dn
eudeil the Kith were: fnite-I States, Ilill;
Canada, 'J7; total, lt;;: compared with -JOT
the week previous. Failure- were ,e.
low the average in all .suctions of the conn-
Fxtkxsivk damages by .storms tire re-
ported of the rice crop of Ceorgia. " ,l m checks wu.s re-overetl.
Dk.vms Gouno.v, a prisoner in the tsiunty Tut: Republican State Convent i ,n nt
jail at Macon, Ca., has not tast-d foml foi Lincoln on the Mth iiuauim u:Iv renoiin
ninny days, and express"- his determina-' uatd Hon. Ama.sa Cobb, present iiieuiii
tion to die or starvation. It is thought that In-nt, for Chief .lu-itiee of the Supreme
he is insane. Court, and I.eavitt Btiriihniu and .1. P.
So.:: excitement was caused in Colutn- Hiirtman for re-olecttou n Kegents of the
bus, O.. on the p;th, by the exhibition, de- State ITntversity.
risively, of a bloody slurtnt the Dcmncrntir A VOI'm; lady by the mime of Cu-.si.,
Iteriilmiai'tr.s. It ended bv a Republican Bid-ley met with a lion ible .bath at
grabbing the garment, after which it wii Betik'duiau the oth-r evening, wtiilerilmg
.soaked in keioon.. and bunted. half-bioken broncho. Miss P.idgb-) was
'1'ltV. Kpri-lft 115 v..t'.t ri.iiiti'liitl fr t.n,r ..I t.- .1. Ai- . . ...
- - v-- -!". ' i
the l.iilgurian frontier neat
They were a.lvaneing toward
wnv Ol Hie i;rngOlliail pa.SS.
Iv 111- M lilt li tfic i.i ni. tt.., il A ......Ir. .....
"s !'.. j-.--
vaile.I at bolia.
A pisi'atcii from Foi t P.obinson says nc
trace was found of th Sioux Indians re
cently reported to be committing dcptvdu- '
tions along the northern frontier of Ne
braska and Wjoming. Troops Irotu l'ort
Xiobrni:i wei-i nlxo enitin r tin. (.nmi --
l..,t.r nl,,M ...;.....! r
F.VK China,,..,, we, e killed the other, lav !';'- 'Residence t t..ce. Sh-w,
in a shaft at the Wellington CHierv. ea: """'M",'1 ,h!Ur: '" hr"nl -Iih. !...
Victoria. P.. C. Thev were ,iP.p,,di.iK. ! "f-" "' "-nml !ime.lit..h ex
when a car on top ofth shaft rjIIddown '"'!' '
mid crushed them to death. Th.ee other, ! , C "Al"'.E1 T' " " f ''!xtw, "wkim:
in theca-e eM-iiped. for lra"l: ,!r,,u". -r Sutton, ree.nttv
Dan.i.iki; B::os..,f .'ew Orleans, die , -'";h,,, "I '! the !.,... elmnge . the
,.,... i ., i , . !,'. ho-tse and lie! for other nnrts.
mi,.:::vy:;;;r -- --i
A mass for the cassation of th small- through I let ce and the adjoining cointte,
pox etjdemie wn celebrated 1 y tli -,,dar. Wayne anl Kip x. Tie hry on
Boinan Catholic Bishop in Noti-s Untitt , -very farm in thecoiir.su of tho lire xa
Chinch, Montreal, on the littii. swept otr. Manv .sitlers have lost buns,
" " ! sheds and outhoiis s, and one mm his
. dwelling. All hav on th" Logan l.t: mi-.
IU-niM; the races at Mell.oi.rne. Au- which had Ik.:, pt up for cattle on CM
stralia. fifteen horses fell in one race, out OI.,. ,.r. f.lir Coiintvraiirh. ii farn c.:i
of forty-one , ters. One jockey war . Ialniiu. ;,H, ; nrri.s ,jah u., (,NlWfl . jt
kiled nml seven badly injured. iit sllM, t,,nt Ul,.rt, nrt. I1MV ,nri , fri,s
lli.!il.R.s. II. I'liii.imii'K. Private Secre- of cattle m that region, and as tlo Jm bus
tary in President L tu-oln at the Mine of , ,.eil tjtrovi the los, viU l verv s.r-r
the latter assassination, di-d at C.reggs- on .stock men.
ville. III., iecentlv. of parnlvsts of the' -r.. ,, , . ., . ,,
t... tf i.i n i . . , ' I UK other night the neighbors of .etr
licart. Mr. Phtlbrick's occupation latter v ,. ,- r.i i , ,
1 - llt.fl.-l.n IlVlll.- tt..f., lfl...n l.n.l ,1 n.
was that of a newspaper w ri'cr.
Kaiu.y ou the morning of the lS'h the
Chicago ospres on the northern division
of the Boston ,t Iwell Railroad, eolluleti
in a thick fog between Kast and West An
dover. N. II., with n section of th cxpre.ss
freight, wliiih had l'com detached from
the re-itlur. Twi engineers and a lirake
nan were killed and five other railroad
Tut: Navy Department is informed that
Lieutenant Scaetitze. wh i : carrying jre
ents to the Silurian natives m the vicinity
of the Lena, arrived at Irkutsk. S-Dtemb-r
10. Tiie roads were in ba I condition and
he intended waiting there for winter roads
Sitting Bvli.'s Indians at Stnndinr
Rock agency atipeare! to le well pl-ased
nt the reapj)ointment of Mcl-aughlta as
Tiv.otiiv Camit;x.i. was nominated by
Tammany Hall to fill the vacancy in the
Kighth CongrtS'ional Iitric: catis,i ,y
Hon. S. S. Cox'.s apiv)intm"nt ns Minister
to Turkey. 1I iva al.-o the candidate of
The clearing house retuni fer week
I endet! October IT showe.1 an ittcren.s of
2S.J. coninre! with the correpor.iing
week of la?t year. In New York the in
crease was Hl.t.
Tut: train on the Kansas City. Sprinc
'!! & Men-phis Raiitoad. which was coa-
field & Me.t-phis RaU.oad. which was coa- -
veyiag John B. Doris' circus from Memphis
T,IE sanitary precautions adopted in '
tJl transmission of Italian mails intended j
for this country during tL prevalence of .
cholera in Italy have been ordered dUcon- i
tinued and the mails from that country j
will le now carried ia the regular open ,
A r0T brote out amonr the German and ;
nepro employes of the Lone Star J3rewry .
ailal AU.UUiU. iCJaa .CVCUalt. Ili Mllirn ..
two of the former, named Huebmv aad
Svranitr. were very serfoasly woimded
nhont the he.tds and bodies with plecaj. of
Iron pip and wooden scantling. Onlyoa?
arrest was aide.
Eli it ASK A STATE fcW
Ne'Jkaska po?:nxster3 lat'dy ap;i
i d: At U'bito Rabbi:. E. A. Francis:
Robert J. Kullv; Courtland, Loreiu
Simmon; Nelf,;b. Edward T. Ib-t: Y
Forest L. Wedon; Columbus, Wii.tau
It is stated that last January the fci.
rlass po-tt-otllc- at Ho!drlge was p
on the list of Prcs.Jenttal o.Ilces.
.houh nearly ten tuonths have "la
tine- that occurrence not a single app
at ion for th rwn-it iiin of toirmnter at
,ace ba4 Vlft l(.n reCr?Jvl al the 1
MHce Department, nor ha any ro- a-m-ndation
bn made looking to ai ap
pointment. This .tat" of fitfuir is a i to
be without a prec-dent in the bi-to . of
In the u-.ghijrhood of 2.(0 cattle xve
b-ert shipped from Chadron to 111. -njo
this year. The new Northwe-tern Ri ii
gathering into it-, iron grip many v he
i 'nrest ranchos in Northern Nebrnsfcn nd
yommg. i h- company exjvects to -rv
The Woman's Christian Tempe- ace
Fmou Convention, recently in s--. at
Lmcdii, cNi'ted the following oil -rs;
1'r.ident. Mrs. J. F. Holmes, T.euf .h;
Vice I'reM. lent at large, Mrs. Hitd- -k.
rrtmo:it; Corre.-pondmg .Secretary. Mr-.,
f i ;. .,.., i .- .t... i. ..".. ,
retary, Mr. Alma Filch, of Ii.sJ. ,g-;
Treasurer. Mr. (. . Woodward. Se ir.i.
-' ...., .-... ....... .-...., ...-.,..,
j Seventh District. Mr. (iilorn, Sn" ,11
Eighth District. Mrs. C. C. Chapin. F nk-
t .. ... nis,H, .. MrJ
; y .,,!. I)jstrf(.f tr.
M. ('. Ii--", Ienr'iev.
Mr. Woodwiml, Mrs. Cooley, Mr-. F Isom
ind Mrs. (J-dxirn were chot-eu deb-gut. , u
the (ieneral Convention which meetf- in
1'hiladelphia Octobr .'t.
, A MOV,:MKST " re,rtl to 1. n f- : nt
l-'"('rli l" -"-P" to cut oir a j... ttori
, ;f ,)m,n '"' "(1 transfer the s,,,,,.-to
j Dakota County, thus btiiiging nil .: the
lmvn f Klwl!"" itl ""? i'"""ty. As the
,l,att,'r ow ""ni! tU to" " l-tli
t voiiiiiipk. nml the proposed transfer would
b n noun-., of coiiveiiiem-e.
j A ';EAVV robbery nt the post- .fib-e at
j "" hi. was commuieu uit oilier iiltit.
Tho amount of ? ."m was taken, but sj.mj
iiiiseuieii nv mo iraciiou.s iiriit. iu: tier
foot caught in theMirmp. and m this po,t-
tion she w, .hogged a half mil-, and
tern V k-l.-be. nn.l !,r,..a...l .,. .I.....I
.... .., . ai.T a, i ! in ii
Tiik churches of Weeping Water are
said to betlf most prosperous institution
lu the town.
A i. ai:ck wildcat was killed by Sam Tow -ell
and a number of his bridge gang in the
blutfs near Brownson the other .lav.
! MIIS- i'OKXKV recently died very slid
Ml'.S. FoilXKV reeenflv t!i.
,. , ,; u, (..,.
- . i: i.i. .. .i, .
--...... ..-.. . ..- a...... ..!, ., life itt.-
I tentioti attracted by th" burning of In
gen's hoits, and were Ii'irrtfied on .o,nj-
to it to tind the loly of Hengen's wif. anl
dau-hter. fenrfuBv charred, lyitij tr th
rums. Further investigation showed .loir
skulls were crushed.
They wont t the
barn nnd found Heng'tis brother i.'ng
.lend with a pistol -hot through the leaple
and a revolver at his sjde. Th Cor.i'.-r's
jury cam to the conclu-ton that lit- had
killed Mrs. H'-ngen ami the girl and ?u -
emeu, as uie young man had for .oine
, time ten sttbj-ct t fits of temjornrv in-
sanity it i? suppo-ol th de-! w-as (Out-
mitt-d while sutrermg from one of tsese
Harhy HottK!.. nn Orntha rirint.T wn
recent! v arreti-1 for nttempiing to turn
his own residence. He col on a pr--, nt
to Iris home, drove lit w fe m;o th s-re-t
and set th" bouse ou fire. The ii,hior--avel
his projwrty and th ofHcrs brkl
up his form. ,
f O.sCEotv's new jail is rady for tenant.
TliK residence of Alonzo Curry, near N-- "
ligb. was recently !-strors-l by ire. !- i
' ide the hochold etod there wr ti
children. nzl mi am! f-mr v..-r. ut th
sous-. Tn almo-t franttc mother ni
t emoted to etit-r th front-door, but w
.1 riven Itock by th j-tooSte am! Uaxrt.
I'.ushitig aroend to th other dvor s4 tcr-
cvw; b--bii.-b o.mcat.y ,n a.oia
J1 . i. . a. i i
viinrf.-r -i..i"(i,ioj wtTj miwr-si .aw
son is ?3k! to L- the cratit ever rat! I
by probably Sfly pr c-nt. ia &croorx i
Not only this, bat the quality is letter and ,
the yield p-rr acre better thin vr b- '
The officials of Boone County r r '
cently arrwted Charfes Lindsay aad J. 7.
EcVer. charpt! trith larcosT. barphuy. '
couawr.eittnz and Jncvndiantm. Tb-T
ar? a part of an orffanird paax of erini
- - i
-- --. - . - v -. . i.- j UA T IH1I ljal
Albion, and ibochloocsaspectad, arotood
detection td! :feu Lite d&te.
I THE State L'niTr-iftv K-, , .it.,t
of 2tO todrati f b:h seses a aralast 2J
THE WAR CLOUD.
Turkey "trnt KrI,l to rclil . Ire
tul Mutlon ut tlic llaljrln .ffnlr s.t
Ctantivopi i cU4cr IV- Grat ac
tti:y prrva..-. throucit Turkey. Tr's
vw Whig hati.y armed and equip;-,! fur
wrvlc. The SulUti has Jete.'uitrel to
:ht ac-iust the farther d.wcit-eTneot of
Turkey and Uree Uluis of trop- Ate t?tn
rBp'ilv concentrate! on th frontier at
UrateK point witatn eiy str.km- d
taics of Bulgaria, tireesr and n-rvtv
Triops, hor-s aiMl field guns are t!ag dl
patchet! to the front night and day. Tba
Moslems are enihuvastic am! ate voJuntcer
ag in large number. The (Jrcek Cis
.n Turkey have tHrcn Instxaclei! : Bwmum
frlend'y rela:ins with :h. ltftc Tho
Itreeoe Minister has cvtUaiuoi Ui the f r
111 :ea-His for Greece's ar prejrtn.
Th powers haxe agrettl ou the terrj of a
uicir.orxndmn to Turkey and Bulc'-a for
the settlement of the Kone:iia i(uc..:)tt.
The Potteis awaiting the anal repiy of :J
l'onet. before ta"nc deciftv set "n. A
(Nittton of the Ct!.nt reestuienl th
rctssnttKin of the Bulgarian on. on. K!:eM
ire of ti.e o; iri'On that r,tees.'e unA ."sr.
wilt iriuain traiiqu:. tf the unwii i iv:
rs?meni2cL The military tarty .eitf
the silence of the Towers as a sign U'at
they are ungretsil as to what otune to
pursue urge 5: Ba ?: t mviei: that
liir great lia kan be crup-ef; lht tint
l(tt!gnrin town of W'diim V given to .srvl
In order t weaken Bulxar.a and ritnclmte
enm. awl tlial the rtistnrt of Hetman:!.
i H ostein am) 1'wak 1h s.-ui a a ar in
Ueinmtv. 'I he ullau hiitate hr-twea
tlie?e diverge::: c iinclts. lean.i.g rather u a
jioltcy of conei!:Ht:on. Meanwhile tl.r mi!i
tary preptrat oiks are unaNaU!. Kiupn
ha? )eeti urget U hasten tti detlvrrr o(
gun, payment for Hhtcli has been g1la
aiiesd. 1 eryihine indicates no enrh i
asn.n of Bu giri:. In leading Turkish
circle-, the opu.ion is Apro-ed tJat the
major tj of the llmcis ate im-onist to
ietti-e :i nsocnie. itw Buigatiau umtt.
.is they cons.der thai that oour- wuitli
he the le.i-t Intigetois u ICuroj-u
peace. The Marquis Ie Noail.e
French andmador, and llerr von itido-
! witz, the German anb.ssidor. express
, astonisbtiient that the Turk -h (inerutneiit
did not send troops to I .astern Kouiiietia at
the begiimi'ig of the ttoiihle. Tho olttei
foreign M n.sters are less tMitspuken. Co mt
Corti, the Italian ambassador, presided at
the Koimielian conference b-dav. Tho
r.iutiitss,idiirs sent ttieir respe. Ur. drate
mans to inform the Porte tint they lud
agreed to condemn the io!atlou of the Ber
lin treat) by the union of Koiiiuelta and
Bulgaria, and that the approved the po
ntic attitude ot the Porte, .sir II. I).
Woltf. the.speci.il British emoy to Turkey
and l.'irvpt. Is atnut to l-.i-. ,- Con-.; uttiiiople
' with s Turkish tJeleates ti ojeii mt lie
ipilry at Cairo The will ami at milit-iry.
cud ami linaiiei.il lefoiuis. It is iutiHrtsI
that 'I urke and Grefe have rottcUidtHt .t
.secret tieatv against N-n ta and Bulgaria.
I.o.Mio.N. October !". - The hopes enter
tained Tutvsd.iv night of a peaceful settls
llielit of the Koiilurli.i'l iUftioli Ii.ue tierll
shattered by the t'-eeip; rif a dtspau-h from
Const. intiiioplo ttmg thai the eoiifi'tener
has formaM divluretl that the I'oite li
disavowetl t!.e Bu-nro Boiitue'ia linon.
Further news is awaited with consider ible
anxiety. It is leporb-.l that Km Milan, of
Sen in. has intoriued the powers that be
must either go to war r abdicate hi
throne, and that be has derided to go ir
war. lie lias prepared a manifesto to hi
army, which it m ejH-ctcd will !. taoued
A I.Ut or I'li.rr. In Ulti'li 'Mils IIN-f
CiItr.Mio. October 1.V--A SpritiKneld.
III., special says; In a coimiimiicuttoti to
the Covernor esj.id.tv the I.ne Mock
'otiitiii-nn snjs: "We beg bmve to re-
(iort that we hau reliable information
to the etrcct that the dierw
known .as cotttagioits pleiuo pjtu
nioiiia among cattle. now ox
t . , . .......... ...
isus, ,ni is cpHicunc tit ine tHiow;iig nameii
locabt.es: The counties of New York,
l.ichtnond. Kings me! t.Uieeiis. in the St.:,;
of New York. The counties of Berven,
P.issic. Fs-e, rtiion. llitntenlon. Canideu.
Burlm-ftoii. ilii.lit and Midd :- x. lit th?
fate of New .terse- ... comities o! V.aU
tiinore and Prittie Ceorge, in lb Mat of
Mat) land. The counties of F.urfat ant
London. In tl.c State of Virginia '1 he
:oitiiiit- of Ihirris4iu mitl I'eudieton. in the
State of Keiituck. The Comity of New
castle, in :he Stite of J tela ware. The
" ' "
ioii iee.tiiiiietiis tu its commu'ikation Utat
the (inventor issue his nto.-!:iuatioo aeronl
iitg lo the terms of law , teMtuui u tie
spread of contagious and iiifei-bti d'eanes
among dotiiett- aiitttiats and ptolntetitn; the
iiii'N.ri.iliou ot cattle from .h- mfecbii he
raiitics into the Mate of Illinois. The
roiiimi.oii aio t-ubttnltcd a iinmlmr of
tetil.itiotts entcni ng th- etantitiatMMi f
rattle ft.r the ( eMmi apfroval am!
other telatmg to atlid.nits eatahlitlnitg the
coiHittiou of animals boiuh; and sold.
A. O. U. VV.
I of the llle'tnl! 'itfie;io at Tiip'tl-
l"rl-i it ur'lr.l.
fOITKA. K:.'.. Oct'dier 1. -Tile .eood
day of the third biennial conrtave of- the
Select Kit .ghu of A. (. l W. bat been a
c.1y da; fur all initios Inter-viei' 'ITie
streets ve in evrellenl mi..l:!i.n tt,r th
parade ami review, a ltd the prncffitH
a grand Hctaefe, there i-i.ig mnrtr than
Lt"0 ealr t:n form.il kM.iits in
line. The ciMnpsltivo drill look ptiv
at the fair grounds in Uh: hfittme.ii.
St. Iois ! gtnti. No. 1. Cap'am
lies. niered the bVld brt "and .tror!
SJ3 po.nts. Bontnn legion. No 77. of St.
I-oats, f'aptatn S-nieter. ,'o'biw .si, rrz!nj:
-ty. alie i-aH. Kan.. Nf. t7, CayViin
Heath, d-d 'not 'Inll ac;d.ng u Uaims. .
uui was civeti intMi umo). lb pr:
v.re awrdfi xs ,'o!Uw: Ronton f.r
St'A; St IMjts srrotl. 5 I'M; Valley FU
thud. S1O0: Atrti.son Itoo No. f. tor
the es,t number n! apparKn in tr
Itnrade. SCO. 'I be fnurth ben.uai foneiaa
will b hehl at M. Paul. Minn.. ot thi te-
oml Ttteday of ( c tfc.r. 1 S.7.
"Ill- lho Kl ritmn. m
Coi.vmbj. O. (Minted It. FaoacLi!
returns frocn nearly all tha prar.aeu raa
vaaMsd t-ltte idn rht mafc Fonthet's aita.
rality nb -jf.ouo. wiUt the :mt of A
t.ar. !.VK. ... ...J .k. - -
"n -. -, .rj at, am -v
vol.'- for the Probst toaMt aad 00t far
&. . .- . m
. woon oo a soi tow o. .rroc-
tiMow. i ic ciuiiurr t KSHnxisa OM
Uarjlnc th- at.
heki ta t
Cxj.vtov, !., Odot-jr 1 ;. At a atia;
the rocrt bocv ta hirh Ist4j
citiin toos: jart, ptmbini over by Jod-
McBelb, Major Hxrrey Smhmtm -a-jut
added to tiie cooKBit;-- oa $a.)cr zb1
traornstko, for ihc ptsrpov; of cabicr .
nmtHm 0; :ae lt - ae (iriT u
, in C'tbH&n on tb 3d tiay of NoTaa!-r,
- - -- -
pfetMrit ot tb.lt fowl.
zxtal caaap Are kU bt ikraaad saaS atatars:
riter btctetior; irmttar Voat xed
tji.srou. jaase i BiMtfrs cx-4evB4K nz
;aosa xau uowenaar ztazmmmmzc rsi
upcctcd to Mfd.'CTi the taelateje.
THE CARDINAL'S FUNERAL-
The Kmln of t'rlnI MrCttk I.W
tu Ural III lh Sen York Utt!rl - l
Vrw .k. K-tr Is In IS rrrKr
of a larc am! rrpiag mwlUlod. nl 5h
all the iiip aji cerroioar lfecrf6l for
such aa coiion by th-a rltoa! f tie Catho
lic Church, the remains of tJc is: sni4:
Arehlnlop f ..3erK-i rro U-4ajr Jani l
rrt. ctcr ts-rr ia t hitory f New
Voffc. or prttablj ta tial f the tnmltv.
Ua tbo fur.ersi rtt f th baii f aJ'
church N-ft itt'.'-Mded w.ta a ctimU wn.
feut . of Mcrow sad rvg!; thaocwsrurrfHl
to-dar In the : of UM-iamt who
rro'c! ti raagalS'-ent cths4rl n
Flfl.l ariue, rl n the wctte.l
thousA. .is mSa. wnb-e to -?;.n -ulniis 01,
wc f n e!rtil t ..-.tset n th n t' 1?
WMtoil wf t' e ftinral tnrM tbfe '!
ttat NwnuVMH'd rs)'t tf H d-.-ifni-
tions Pf..:c-uats aiM Ilp:ts. MlMiet
ami I ! :naB, lir-!ter.ans ami Coce
r.tina s, .ttont.t ail Fr Ttiti-r.
an oti .me mH a u IwtUj by Ur
preset re n some butnb e defnrv uWlf i
m rat.of! ami zprei for t) nt ot ttm
Kriod o'vj man -f rand in tnckts In ba
n 1 t t- k.Mtns .' hrtrt. in rtmfit U
wiTt :r er rtcl w ho but a tw 4f 5 tMfo,
wRjrm:i r-t to kn fttf.
In ba.! hard t hrrkn hefof tnmp
of poop dnrajt t (xthcr in th tot of
the s, re, dtiocr, wid as h bnn ftm"
ou the group trBH R thronr and
TIIK TIUUs.O A MltTltltt
S!tr ts4Ui?s from mil A iwtuw- lps
pnited tf.nr nr'twrrai-c orcapaiit m h
.te'.. th-r t wit with the mor '. nsr
Mr fok, wbac t!!3 kpfWffrl rf'il
' thr povert. it ho. prlp. I' '
treied tiit.3 ftftwtt U rhrt. tu a-it
4. I: was, a fv montrnt fui rUht
hn the BiUe dio met 9
thrtMTQ ;n, tI kf4 in !iM
! a ps of fs'.'sor. th HMttmc
rr.w-t i-oiiird Into t.e t-f c, wh ch, ha
1!) ttrsttl m black, presented -tntw mi t
iiiijKelve ttppeanuv-r. !tfof Ik mtw
tuarr whcb was Umpni la p jrp! vit,
rmMetutt.t- r the t Ar.Itiiis utMn ta th
rr.urrh. and urr'uudsi by rows - diy
Num 11 w ciUHiics. wan the mUfiU i'M
w brrri.n rrtoset tile icniam f tttlet'rAm
pfe!tr. It r.s S,ut IhlterSJi tret IB
hesf.!h Hint euht feel 111 leuctti. the bs
for k hritrhih of four atMt nha; feet
ts-irc coere, with tnc btsck
trHotc!:h mih! heaxl'y il.nwsj with 'Lit
trnniii'nrs and ta.s. in this tar je-t-U
the CUket, coh-triictrit of SM 1 llli.l
itishoany. tloe l.tocii sides doubir iniMilml
top hImI roeretl w ith Mirtle (!. aikl plush
tt fet.H-d Wit'l tftt.tt fringe ftn ulv
Ifiv ill 'nil :ew of the eonjCf r.-lltHi OM t.'ie
bier. 'I he h'-iut reslet uto n satin u
htdstetrst piCow rv.l the m illwliku.
111! IMtIM T.s il.trlt
in full I'.uibiun esttifiits s piip!e l!k
soiit.uie girt at the wat't vi;r .
broiot s.s'li of real wateftsil ttk wliha frtosa)
of COM Utci the soi.Unq MM loise
loci. el. .Ul Klstlll tlltf stl.-Ultlrf ) rittm.
iiiortt. A co .Ion p.rtrnl cros !a opn
the hteast. the diamond eorlrrlrit sapph tf
l.-n.-t of the Cardinal t.led i- li
third tltik'rr of the tl!t hind. Mid the
ImihIs c.'aspetl n cro. The betol wn
iMrte.t With the brltte whlCtlWlts fe
ent.sl to the C.tnitnal bv ilu !. Abort
the casket towered the eooftp., iin-ahHfsi(
iippttei by et.'ht o tnicortal nilnmte ?.
t-ltsl with tttlMllc.otb Mild sllN. I!sh BIMt
topprd with copitiif two feet w.tlr. liap
with purple plnsh bimI gilt Inru'e. It w
a itiaiiificetit conception f a tiiiA-y
rolttit; plarr for th it l!lntr.oo dr-M! hIui
lit Ilts llfet llie i"!li-Hi"l MIHl l !uw
and rave IttiHself aui bis hfe U the rtw
of the church.
A few WOUIt-uts M.ff,. .to oVtMt( the
toIltiMC of the t'ath.oirnl bo' Is atnMtnr-1
that Hie eiw were fchoiit U etmimer -.
niwl n.'tiiot siiMttlt.ineima the hel of that
priw.-sAion oMmged innn tbo p m-opM
tes dettco hihI uiore! Itirouxh Fiflit
Meet to Ift! atrmte ami
thence to tin cathcdnU. Nothinr t ri
pire w th t in ciettcni pmp h e-c I -
e.Hi In this eouittnr. I'.rit canoi th bearer
of the cruc nt. then tint asjlte, tw t
altar twe,s ot Uie ruUrtral. I)n rhotr b...
lioiiit-aue ami viiliii ptieataaod thn btsb,
l.i .-i.i. .,...
- -"' "t--.
,.,, ,. tK 1'",'" w '
w, j,,,,. n, a vn, . W .eo
the .siiti.-,. Ut. nairhett u -f.(ricat n
a man roe u Us Jr; mtvt Utm
lresisn looted j the mtbr Biti
! the nnrtunr. wfiil th" rbntir !.antil a
low te,.ii.n. Whtt all had aoiawt tbnr
pfiper 't.tttoo- the aervir $ er ou-el
Mill the rhantinc nt lh ofnc of Itt 4ft4
b the auiiientMsl rhoir. Th "iliartria'
lnl Uie " Retted H-tut" wvr Nt h.sIBH
e!. A ftr lhb e.tiite th aotvmn truut
tHB-.t'e r.-sp-ut-en tumor citatitaol by Fttier
IlOillo I'o rbior of Mt VOP4, Vb-t t)i
. tiptt g..pe b.,il h.-en ttsrit! AMI'
itl.!--'ent't tt.e fptiptt fl rt livHn
an Impresaire otaImhi in whirh ho Mtart
th" life MtMi labors of the 4pf p aty
ami urgMri his empte nproi Ids tra-r,
I le ntBAK ats Ue-n ?tr-im4 ana tl t'nc
cimrlutioo the nt of ao- ution a ai
loliMe;ei by ArchbwhofM .IWiW. l'o.
Cernn atw! iacbitn. 'I'ho bf4
then p aceti in ite caaket aitd, aacile. by
tho pr.ta and or:uary cho-r. rarr
th- rrytti. it raa fald hoMe th4t i
Arrbbi'hop IIna:ha. Thj rbdr aatMT t
' Ihticttcta xal Ut emaon.a to at mt
t'e'nt's Ifr nil.liljt,
W'AstitvTuv. i"t'mVc I.- In a Ji-
ftb ti Ut Stat lN;rtrtwtont itafM So.
letttle-r T. Jo Orar'enan ? tW Fallal
SiUte l-xton at TeNertfi xoa tbo th
tnttee f a rcot rof.vrratwm oith tb
Prrs'aB Aluii(e-r of Foreign AfTtlra iq
whtch tM i'Ui' itne-y a4 .l-f Utm
Atnertranr wmtWl maa h tmaataa ia
Persli, a tb i'cttn CrivrB!aie".ii i 4--lrs.-.
u, tfCrr erj faeil ty la it ao;
to tMprot liBaHHWIt tftatifea Btrf)
Per. a bu4 tb I'n.ttl Nil.
Any profxenala. ( !. for r..
ce.jo for trim'. ntitwaT to r i
rtttirri 1 pfoet. oMilroit- 'H ao;
w ta latriratav emseTflor from
the f;orsatnttt. ptvtdl tt.at tfc- pryow
making tbot er k! aaai lotrodol
h) th utM St4t ilm 4.r : that .
utwM Ik rttf to ib rtr;; UtiBf mM ir;
to urarr AaBrian ctorr aol ta-
dostry m Praa iwl that ar hvr roo4
Uoa for conrituiao)' yvtmiA ba acnaBm bv
Jbe farvivuimm. Ji tb4 ti aVoM
be brooaht U th attartttiMi of tho
tatt of A avr rx.
Cosarj- s aisjrt w OrttVt- ii - fi
t4y obrl. laMttx, th; '.
- M- - . 1
o.i. -J fi.t.. i j - ,u-
". . ' 7 -
i:rMBa.c oi jUvrra tMataariOL. amaaU ,
e-e. l4t BMrBsBK MUTf 0T
baf U1 to bryaaal
batata at !
J forccsl a
ha by tho R r.a
tbr wbolwof ItoUawtB
tfcnat aa arfaoti akraeCy u too Tavtbab
on tho Koom-fWi fraatirr. Ta kcv.
rrajatfaihm aao!rt. . if
f tbo Lad tbai fc
A ltrls wi Iar-
BnynTfj, yT Qetete: K.-TSs
- roy gtatun lUikaoal braas, at tb AM
tta. sau Nortfc Haweule. .V. T, w haci
Jcstrrlar. It I toofvt-t! -J ? ..j,
cavri by a 3ar fnaa xa (.. Wbifc,
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