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THE EED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. C. HOSMER, Publisher.
BED CLOUD. - -
. Owing to ruins in Russia tlio grain
crops arc rotting and the farmers axe
in great distress.
The Republican State Executive
Committee of North Carolina lias de
cided not to call a State convention
A. P. Eldek, publisher of the Chica
go Literary Life, has effected a settle
ment with his creditors, and the maga
zine will apear as usual.
Another gas well was reached neir
the town of Grand Chnte, Wis. Tk
as in escapiog, threw water arid mud
lo a distance of twelve feet.
Mits. John W. Maocat istJw Amer
ican woman referred to by the London
Trtilh as having fieen re.fus.jd xsi invito
tion to the Queen's -tal balL
Wll.HKI.M GoTT.-JCHAI.K, wiw died a
few days ago at Westphalia, was the
last of Lutr.ovs Wild Huntnacn tLc
free corps of .lagers raijd in the J'riis
fiian war of itidejieiideiice -aguii.st Nt
oleon in IHl.'L
Ai.Tiioi;rf Senator Morrill, d Ver
mont, is seventy-seven yars old, and
lias pent nearly half his life in Con
gress, it is said that up to the time of 4
1ms recent, illness he "was never absent
Lul one day from his .seat.
The board of directors of the Ameri
can Agricultural and Dairy Association
sit their inciting in New York City re
cently commended Congressmen Scott
tit id Hatch for their Oleomargarine bill
-imd lied the time and place of the Na
tional convention for November 14,
JSHG, at I'hiladclphia.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned by Telegraph and MalL
The receipts of the Oovcrnuicnt
;ince July 1 have been nearly' $1,000,
000 in excess of the receipts during
fianiR period of last year. Tin; increase
was nlioiit 2", 000.000 from customs
nnd about $1,800,000 from internal
revenue. These figures are said to be
In; indicative of a good state of busi
ness throughout the country.
Tin: Danish temporary press law
makes the manager of a newspaper re
ponihIc for the contents of every
issue and iutlicts a line of two hundred
mid lifty pounds for wrongfully repre
senting a man of straw as the editor or
iiiithoi of an article. It also empowers
the Government to exclude a foreign
newspaper from the country by simply
notifying the post-oilier.
A Govi-:i:n.mknt seout attached to
Captain Lawtou's command, recent 1
tirrived at Tombstone, Ari., from the
front and reported that Captain Law
Jau was at Opedepe with instructions
to remain there until further order-.
JJeutcunnt (ialewood and two Apache
chiefs from the San Carlos reservation
worn in communication with Cerouimo
mid his band, ami it was believed they
Would soon surrender.
Two yol'NC men of Warwick, N. Y.,
it is said, went fishing at Wawayanda
Lake a few days since. In a building
near the shore they heard some one
playing an old violin. They liked the
tone of the instrument, and finally one
Lou gltt it for ten dollars. The owner
then look it to New York for repairs,
and was told that it was a genuine
Cremona. It was shown that it bore
the mark of Stradivarus, the cele
brated Italian violin maker, ami that
the instrument would sell easily at
from one thousand to three thoiiMiiui
PJERSOXAI. AND POLITICAL.
Thkici; w a rumor in Washington re
cently that .x-Governor Glick. of Kansas,
would b) Pension Commissioner in place
of Hlaek. who was to be made Minister to
Acting KncitETAnr Faificun.n has re
ceived a report from Special Agent Jerome
at Tucson, Arir-, to the effect timt iarj;e
umbers of Chinnmea are continually en
terinfrtfce United States over the UexJcau
border i:i violation of law.
The Kew York Republican Rfc! Com
mitten has decided not to hold any Slate
convention thin year.
Tine Democrats of the Twelfth Ohio dis
trict fcave nomiu&tod General James W.
Dunn for Congress.
IIct. Momii A. Hoi'KiNs, colored, -who
was. appointed Usitcd States Minister, -died
recently in Liberia.
Matthews, the Tory Home Secretary,
has ieen returned to Parliament fnnn Eat
Hiriringham without opposition, the Libe
rals fcavinjr withdrawn Cook at the last
At Conneaut, S the other day, Mrs.
Stotujh, the wife of a laborer, went to the
river to wash, taking her tlneo children
v.-ithrher. One of the little ones fell into
the water ami in tfce effort to resnie it the
rnotlKT jiih! all the children were drowned,
Com;i:i:-max HrkUl died at Cornwall
N. Y., on the 10th.
Srw.iVAX L. lioM, of "VYnco, was nomi
nated for Covernorof Texas by tie- Demo
cratic convention on the lirat ballot, lie
is a free j;rass inn.
31 unit W. Ci.AiiK, who.se removal as re
corder of the General Land Office xx-ns roc-ommcnd-d
by Commissioner Sparks, has
been siit-peniled by the President.
Konnirr L. Tavlou hs Ieen nominated
ly the TmcRsee Demoerats for Governor.
A. M. Jvr.ii.Kr, of Kieiunond, Va.. who
was objected to by Austria nsMinikter, Las
been apjKiiuted to represent the niud
States in the niix'd civil oourts of Kgyjit.
It wa reported in Washington that
Treahurer Jordan uns much dissatisfied at
AfCting Secretary Fa i rchi hi' w course in call
ing bonds and was prejiarcJ to send in
Gk.veuai. SicKi.n has written a rej)l3- to
the letter recently published, written by
the late General Meado, accusing him of
faiiltj' generalship in the battle of Gettys
burg. He claims that Meade's instructions
were all verbal and extremely vnguo and
CuitisTiNn Xii.xov, the great prima don
na, was married on the l.'tth, at Paris, to
Count Decasa Miranda, of Spain. The
conplo Htarted for Spain to spnd their
The lb itiVh Calnuet mot on the 13th and
approved the Queen's forthcoming eoch.
U Honor. F. Smith, of Iowa, and W. W,
Carroway, of North Carolina, have leen
ajpointed postroflice inspectors.
At the Texas Democratic Stato conven
tion on the 14th nominations wore: T. It.
Wheeler, for Lieutenant Governor; James
S. Uogg, Attorney General; Associate Jus
tico Supreme Curt, It. K. Gaines; State
Comptroller, McCanll; Land Commission
er, Hall; Treasurer, K. It. Lubboek.
Ghnhhai. Ainui'K Si:ih:icic, a well
known lawyer of New York, lias been .se
lected by the administration to proceed to
Mexico to impure into the legality of the
proceedings and sentence against Cutting,
the American editor.
Gi:ni:ui. C. C. Aicrii. retired, received
four pistol shots from quarrelsome negioe-,
whom he had ordered from his premises, at
Washington early on the morning of the
l.ith. The General was very seriously
wounded. One of the negroes was arrested;
the others escaped.
Tin: President has appointed John Goode,
of Virginia, t bo special counsel on the
part of the United States in the suit insti
tuted at Columbus, ()., to test the validity
of the patent granted to the Hell Telephone
J. I'lr.ititnroNT Mohoan hns received as
subscriptions to Mis. Hancock fund, since
the last report, $:t.:fJl, which brings the
total up to?ir,,:Kx;.:,o.
Postmasthk Gi:ni:um. Vii.s left Wash
ington on his vacation on the i:tth to be
gone a month. During his absence no
Presidential ost:nasteis will be appointed.
Fiuk in Cleveland, O., recently, camsd
the destruction of thret tanks of oil in
Doane'K oil refinery and reduced the still
bonne and boiler rooms to ashc. Lofts,
William G. Gorham, of Wayne, III.,
well-to-do farmer, and Gustave Politrke, a
day lalorer. were instantly killed by light
ning the other morning. Their bodies were
kcorclid from head to foot.
W. K. WituAifs, ex-Gmaster at Hin
ley, Ark., who em!.zzled regutered pack
age and Gorornmunt money several
months ago an4 lied, has beea captured in , Ivinc aI-ep in
Weejiing WatT, Neb. j th hjKit whert
iiiE ufA, tit Louisville. Ky., pnbiuheo
NEBRASKA STA'ffi NEWS.
It is aid that the niarri.igeable belle of
. .... A. .
Ewinjj win herearter neoimc projioai
from young men who drink, ae tobacco or
Tnr othr day lightning struck the main
fttahle of the Onraha Fair Asociat;on, I
containing 10 valuaide horse, of whch '
ef?'ut were initantly kiHel by electricity .
or burned to death. The animals were in
truiniug for the rc? and were of excel- ;
leit promise. John Simn.m, a grKm, wn
a stall witcm lour leei ot
THE BELFAST RIOTS.
A SHOCKING SIGHT.
loerly OUra- I-lh. ujiprm,nlr4
. oinfin. Ilrtlurra 1 -niUr .l Moirr. Ii?
Ul-i:at nnthf ttUU, Klrr l tl.f lr-l
l.lrri.U Xtirror at l.t. I"t Tm !-!
for vuiir of "I lirm.
i F.vsviiik, In I, An-. 13 Ahool
ritv is ncain i noo vrstcrdav Tounhip Trustee Sjdc-
The hour ol midnight ,.,., ' 1f.rti.,i .,, ,is cr!cc- were
p.. .... - ...,....
Anotlirr Nlrhl of Trrror in Il-ft. Snr-
rrrlrt t,r i4lili till of l!rlf-mn -nr j
JIjii lilllnl xml rnl Vi"unilrl 'ttlr- j
nirtit of :i r.irtirlit ami KirU'llnr-. j
The I'ullre 4iul 3lllltrjr AIiikhI ruwrr- j
r.nrsT, Auz. in. The
K! nnTornlnc rtmlr In th n
rvntt Kttnll SprUl Urtixrry Sjt
WaHIXOTo.v. Anx. 17. The lV:m.tr
Oeneral ha hwucd a circular of inbttMitM
ant! lutrnc:ion to po:mA-Jrrs. cowftnim
and prrpaMtory to puttinc lntoopr4sn
(k-:oht 1 the act of Accat t. Js-t
re the lightning struck. H I the
had hanlly parsed Situnliv night when I an,, al lne rfver. He wa directed to I tithorl2lnc the c.tenion of the i
Ann- IT3 u-ri in ih. v.rtnllr nl Vnrlh ... .. ,-,. 1 UCIY V "C4 v-.-..kt m
i ' ", . 7 u . .7 I a !,B,a" ,amU-r ,,0:li tjm" "Car r 1 t " mailable mstli-r. The rttruUr im-
' works. The cralt na- a nonoe-crip
At flrt , ,...i .,.,1 ),.. vi.lnf-.. nl hanl usstre.
HowTnl street, winch nin between the
hank Hill and the Fait- rond.
Mc that in eterv j-:-oakc in tk
I"mtd Utc. after tVtoor I. errrr x
was knocked four feet nni thrown against
re were but few !:. and the an- ' ,, Uow ua ,JaVcd in and nearly the en- malrr wil! be held u-iH.nbJe fr th-
I thoritics did not if ne xriouattt-ntion to ' . . . i ... it .... ...i.!
statement recently that tlw late fwiisinn toe wail. Althoagk stunued he at once ... ........... ... .,.. a. rimf. ftr...... " rt-oi jiokii 01. . i ".v
-Sentthere. Colonel IL M Kelly, was ., rcbze,I the situation and a -vx,ed theother "T V.? T! u , ! - .nlti.,g the Inside as even more
o. The ciKin ot the boat i atMiut ten
, were aun at each other. Tixc night was .cl ,ont: aSH, nvcht. ictl ,,,4r. and In
icry dark and it was alm.-t lmpoible lh( m,emjlc CrtoKN.pjMiX Prctehc
t locate the tiring. out it ias ooudecov- '
ervd th- Catholic m..b wis at tiie corner ln- crr anprrance an
, 'if the Kails tool and Ouiwav -m-et, and ci wiener of piiirhlng and giunt poverty.
the rrotct:int nioti at the unncr end ; HoUow.ccl.emuciatrd.ind w.th c.ircelr
a rac of coienng tber lay upon the lure.
Tun lively little cty of Kearney now has , The mob shifted their ground and -mall
p:irtte on each -j,lc doilged from corner
to corner and from house to house. The
policemen made two cl-.vgcs, and
the rnt act was re.id tniee tv
K.J abort in bis Government accounts. Kel- hostlers, all of whom morkol desperate , ""' " 114" ""' l'i'-: "' "'
lyaeuien it, nut ndnuttetl tout tie was to release the aniiuiLs.
pretty dep hi iudeltedn-ss to hi friend. a Coli Mil's merckant wa taxl three
Tnr cp.,u, retired by the British in their dollars a ton freight on a carload of coal
campaign 111 Itunnah were wld ia Calcutta ' from Omaha to that citv. a distance of nm
recent I v. ty-two miles. Theeostof mmiug. the profit.-
It. IV. Foa.n, an Austin surveyoi, has 0f j.,. various middle men nnd the haul
found some gold quartz in Hlnnco County, J froni Pennsylvania to Omaha was only sir
Tex., on the raneh of A. Hahau. An Aus-'i loiim-s a toti.
tin jeweler and other ex;-;ittf pronounced j TlIK deficiencv ia the Otve Cocnty treas
the finding pure eold. crv is tiT.CKiU.
Ti:ofi' L First cavalry, has been ordered ! i'E Turners of
...... ...... . ,. .. i
10 rori i. usier, n. i., 10 uo uuty at ponce i j,ittn for fi iar imn an,i club room. amors the olice and ihe uiililan- forn
mine enon.sione I'nrs.
A ca.v of gunpowder was exrooded at the ,- nroi,.ct. in addit.on to water and ga"
residence of Assistant Attorney General J. MOrts. n five stoi-v ImVri and a lin- of ;
F. Tuft. at AtchNo-1, Kan., -wi the l.'.th. j streetcars. A com'pnnv with a capital of i
Tufts had bttn successful in prosecuting sa- j.V) (xO has been formed to pmdi the latb-r
loon keeper, and this fact, it wys thought, I enterprise, and will buiht thiee miles of
was the eau.e of the outrage. No injury ...l- L..fr.. tt... .! ..f ti... v...ns.in.
was done Va The occupants, but tho hous. j A!,.p .m, Caw, of Helv.dere, latelv at-'
was badly wrc-k.-d. tempted to till her ga.dm stove w hile the
Catholics and Orangemen hud anoth-i j,urnera en. hot. Fortunaflr h-r has j
fight in H.ICast on the 1.1th. One or two ,lftul UJ ueur and save4l her from creum-
w-re killed with nllo shots and severai tI4II,
wounded. TJK rpSI(jvnce oi jbert Geutl-mnn. c..
i irr r.irioir i i nttmtwi ttao '. - h m. ... . .
..... ....... .....-... .,ulR., . .t- ncur Hf,ue center, was nurne.1 last wee, j,c uj4icarrie.l a gun tobl me he hiw-
burgh. la., were partially destroyed by iire entailing a los, or $I7. pened to ,- the sibing of :in Urnii-.-.
ree.-ntly. Is -l(n.(iM; insured. Tin: Schuvler miMs recetitiv went up in ' man whos,. name was .Samuel McFar-
'1 WLNTV-riii: novices toolt the veil of the fnl,. Loss, .; two-thirds insured. J laiul. a ui.ui d Iwentv. "1 sjiiv," -aid
black nuns at, Haltimore on the l.'ith. Hr.vnv Sotiii:i:iii:li, son of one of he. "one of oui men. an e-.iddi, r and a
Ci.uutiNi. Iioup-s returns for week ended xma s wealthiest citizens, was killed the aod marksman. l.mb to the roof of a
August 18 showed an average increase of . otjlc.r ,jav ov a ,,-k fn n vicious horse i house .md set he'ninl tie c'limuev, mak-
21.1. in ew ork the nirreao was .'.. Tlll. ... ,,,,.,. ... (,..)..,.. ,v:i! n,bbed I l" a rest for nis Smder rule. It was In
.. .... t . tr .i ...i . I '
jiit.r.: iai, ins., on me I. nil, was IE 1111
mineut danger of leing destroyed by the
prevailing forest tireK. ....... ' i out into the middle of the street, firing
Hei'okt- from Matamorns, Mexico, 1jw v' " ., ill0 , fllrt wni! llf ,..,, at thc-r men. A sliot from ihe man
the revolution in full blast. ,..., ,, .. ", ,..., m, iM.ri.i. , "l llic "" mane Mcl-.irland thiou
up iiotli Iiands and tumble over. A
fhout went iipttnm the oihci siile and we
the icsident magistr.ite
nthll T 'llul tl. it...... ........ . ..- a
...'.... " "";-' '"""-- death hum malarial
fore the pdk'e ami inidl.iiv succeeded
in quelling the i'ton't taut.
Strange to sav, thne was not a fatality
on the Catholic side one man was
killed and two ueie nadir wounded on
,1 .. t. I.I.. .V ... .. .1
ii. - i 'i-.suiiii sjm;. i oie 4ii me laino
Kxtk.Vsivi: -oal fields have been discov
ered in the vicinity of iJulcigno, Albania.
Letters arc being received by the
core at. .he Pension Ollicc from nol
tfiers who lost legs or urnis, imjuiring
vlr.it steps arc nccossary to secure the
Increase of pension provided by the net
passed just before Congress adjourned.
A11 pensioners interested .should know
Jt is not necessary for them to do any
thing whatever. No atten'ion should
tie paid to the circulars of swindling
claim agents, offering, for a fee, to see
that their names are placed upon the
roll for increase. At the next payment
all such pensioners will receive the in
crease dating from the approval of the
?ct vy uie x lcsiucui.
About one hundred and fifty persons
"'ahook hands with the President the
other afternoon. The first person in
line was a lady, and as tho President
I grasped her hand lw remarked: "It's
quite warm to-day. One of the vis-
t$itora was evidently a laborer, and
looked as if he had just knocked oil
work. He was coatleas, and his llan-
nel shirt showed traces of toil and
larm weather. He approached the
Jfesuicnt deferentially, with his hat in
wis hand, nnd received a hearty grasp
sf the hand, with a cordial "How do
ou do, sir?M One young lady after
saving the East room remarked, hold-
g up her gloved hand: "I'm going
ve it stuffed," meaning the glove.
M I SC E M. A N EO t'S.
LuuiTNiNO struck a corner grocery store
in Houston. Tex., on the 1'Jih, instantly
killing Si Taylor (colored) and fatally in
juring James Lythe, the proprietor.
Twkmty stores wero limned at Kosciusko,
Wethkimhi fc Wki.i.s' glass worksnt Mns
sillon, O., liurned tlie other day.
Tin: Cleveland I.ouUr is looking for non
union printers, the union men having
struck for higher wages.
A veizv perceptible earthquake was felt
at Kvuiisvilk Iud.. on the l'Jth, lasting
nbout twelvo seconds. No damage was
Foiitt lives were lost by an explosion in
the Woodland colliery at Leigh. Lanca
shire. F.ng., on the i:h. One hundred ami
fcrty miners were lelow at the time.
Recent treasury orders concerning
"clipped" coin are unfavorably received in
A ii:sTKi'CTivE tornado passed through
Aberdeen, Dak., on the 10th. No correct
estimate could le given of the damage.
Tnr. Land Oilice lias been notified from
Santa Fe that tho Federal grand jury has
indicted 'M0 persons for frauds upon the
laud laws. Among them are an ex-lele-gato
to Congress, two Territorial legisla
tors and ex-Register Frost, who resigned
precipitately when thenar administration
Actum; Sr.cur.TiRY Fimcuii.n has issued
the one hundred and fortieth call for the
redemption of bonds. The call is for $10,
000,000 of the three percent, loan of 1SS2.
Caoet- Schley, of Indiana, fell from
aloft on the school ship Constellation,
August;?, and was killed.
The Rritish Ministry has decided to ap
point a royal commission to iuquire into
the Belfast riot.
A nisr.iTcn fnnn Quebec pays : Rome has
finally spoken upon the question of the
Knights of Labor. The society is unequiv
ocally condemned by tho Holy See and
Bishops of the church are enjoined to pro
ceed against it as against all secret socie
ties under the Papal ban. Cardinal Taseh
erean ha communicated this decision to
Fikk in Cleveland, O., recently, caused !
Mm. Koiiinso.v, charged with wholesale
poisoning, is also accused of poisoning
'Kuty persons in June at the strawberry
festival at the Park aveuuo Methodist
church, Hoston, at which she ofliciated.
A. CJriNcn. a prominent farmer of Cra
tiot, Wis., was attacked recently by a
vicious bull and gored to death. His body
was frightfully mangled.
Two men were killed and two fatally in
jured in a succession of urcidentri which
occurred while tearing down the exposi
tion building at New Orleans receutl'.
Rmruxs from the cholera infected lis
trietson thel-Uh were: Harletta, 1)1 new
cases, 41 deaths; I'adua, i:t now cases, :
deaths; Hologua, 11 new eases-, 4 death:
Ravenna. !". new cases, IT deaths; Vieenzn,
14 new easi-s, 4 deaths; Hrendola. 11 new
cases, .'5 cleat lis; and K now eases and li
deaths elsewhere in Italy. At Trieste, 14
netc cases, .1 deaths: Filiate. 7 new cases, ."
Money was in good demand in London
for the week ended August lb Hu-iuesi
was dull on the Herliu Hoursc. In Paris
liiuiiicinl matters were maetivi.
A Sr. Loi is ilispntch of the l."ifh says:
The recent refusal of tie Vaudalia railway
oflieials to pay Coiiiiuissiouer lMiincIiard "
tlratts in M-ttlement of the old pool bal
ances have disunited things greatly in
railroad eiroJes here and rates to the Mast
have hecomo quite demoralized. It i
stated that a round lot of grain has been
contracted for at 'J.! cants and that cuts of
from :! to (' cents have been made in tit
thirteenth class freight.
Tin: committee ou reorganisation of th
New York. Lake F.rie & Western Rnilwav
Company has extended the time for the de
posit of securiti"s to September, on pay
ment of ?1 per bond and ii cents per share
of stock deposited after the 141 It hist. Tim
eommitte" has a mnjoriti of the bonds,
and over ."o.Oi'O out of IT.OCO shares have
Tin: hydraulic elevator in Hansen's Em
pire Fur Factory at Milwaukee fell, killing
two persons and injuring a dozen others.
Daniel Miukmn. a teamster, tell from
oi i onway street, about a quarter
of a mdc apnt. The weapons used
were iit.es ami revolver-, hut tlir mne
was too lour for th latter and no pos-
1 il.I.-k. I....-.. ......I.I I 1. . t-. .!.. 1 X
Pl nnt mrm tVMfm.inn : " n- ' """ "?r '"'"'f "J then, l.v the dead n,lr of aaage,! woman,
Fremont are dn-esmg tl.cm. There was the -.-teates; confusion , IKirlKS, ,i..c.,m,.e,l ' Over tuU a tdeee
ol tag lurjH't fai been thrown, the Hi in;
ociii(aui !ieiiig too HI to rumoic the
Trustee Spiegel at once ent for patrol
wagons and removed the nuVret t the
hospital, and then sending for the cor
oner an itiotiest was held, a leiillct t
fever being ren
Mr. fleorge Hush, one of the occupants
of tf-e 'itat. wjs s-cn : the heplt.il last
ttlht by a reporter, lie w.is verv III, bnt
able t gin-a clear narntiie if tae terri
ble and sicken ng experience ti which
they h.iil heeu siibjecteil. The story bi
bt-vond jmrallel, and was as follows;
I'ntil three weeks ago lleorge and John
Rush, blathers, were fanner in Me id
("ountv, Iirutuckv, iiImoii twelie miles
from the mouth of ull river Tin ir
land was jwior. and it wa- with ditllcultr
th.it they o. tamed s 'Helen I food to kcp
the wolf ftom the loor Thev umUli be.
came dishe irtem-d and determined to trr
to better their condition further West.
To this md they constructed a small
boat, ami ou Sutid.iy, Juir ,.", ho'h
families, consisting of the brothers, their
wives and nine children, thirteen In all,
together with their little belonging-, cm
harkid on the ioa, and shoi lug off.
stalled on their terrible tilp ibtnnthc
rlier. Thev reached th- mouth of: Silt
liver late StimUv night, and when Moil
d.iv uiorutug broke were in the Ohio.
Two week- ago Naurv Hil-h. aged lit t v
seien. tleorge'- wife, was taken i.l with
iiiartrla, and not being able to nrocure
ucce-aiy medicines, it soon dieopet
me-lUte de.ivery if elery attfc of tU-
able matter which may t -tampl wiih a
Pvil rteiivery -Ump and 3ddrev In
p-t-in liilnc or bantu; a pace of U.iis
vithin one mile of the eot-'H"re. jj,
otl ipitlon to deliver dieA ot ntil
to an addle- briond that Uir-ince. tmt.
ti.e tin.i-ter will te at IttVtti n. b
the tlrliicry and receive compcrti. a ,n
.iy other ca,e. it J-ciiiiBetHii-l to h m
a nripT and considerate thc ! b- li
dark Ho ,r of the boat, hwldlr.1 together Acionituo.atlo,, to the -riwr fc
i ami al. coitVK-iiiii with th il ilrra! Im
! ;if, nialrlil ffver. In the xaWt of
It la rijtfta.M r III Mill flt 1"Kit Ktaa
wlltiui which linnmllatd delnerr n f--psti-ory
an fioni 7 a. m. In T n ia, ,ud
int: post oilice al uak-iauii was nuieu , - - " ine-. ,t .,.s m
the other night. The safe was ..pened bv Vtll -trect, do to Conw.iv street, ami
drilling. Stamps to the value of SJW wei I at :,,,nl h'r o'clock. M, F.irlau I came
tnnl. At it close the pastor of the C hrist-
Ian Church was summarilv bounced. I
Ai.s-o the line of the 0. I A: W. C. tho
t nifiel up. McF.irlnud lav there fuilv
'in. i r.. . .i.. i . . !- . I
j iih -ssss iwrtiifisavktsurfitiiTBiiidkni. ! . .
.. .., . ,. MUllm; UI(U t,,j4 tl.M-'v me imnlied so it is Saul, w It l I !.;.-.,-...: i i i i i i
awessibl.. 1 - '""., "l""'", iino i mm-w ne was in-au, ;
nquiu R'uc-iriii'-iif iiiiihii iin. """ " ior ne never uioifU. liv and nv tio men
goes up and down the hue almost daily ' came out of a house and started to take
n't .11 l : . ....1 ... I. II I. ... 1 1. . I.. ... .. ...
lum roiling snioon is sum iu uu .-n ; ii. in, on i a iiin ironi uie iiiitn at Hit
ktoeked, aini is gathering "moss" at a rate , chimney hit one of them in (tie leg ami
highly contradictory to the old adage. As its lli-'V dtopped McFarlaud and got back,
owner nars neither license, rent, nor taxe-i, L.itcr on :i woman and a man went out
and in not called upon to contribute to auv j ad ":nie. McFarlaud itivnv."
fCh'iue or enterprise, he is certainly apt to
reap a rich harvest. An emissary of Uuclu
Snm is camping on li is trail.
Pi.ivshnve been received for the pro
posed Kpiscopal Chuich at Fremont. The
cost of the building will he ?!(,' K).
Wit.iT.it Rt'NY.iN, the man who attempted
"uieide at Sioux City, is well known in Ne
braska City, where he lived for several
Tin: new hopital at (Jrnnd Island will
soon be leaily to receive patients. Over
;;"i.O)0 has ben raised in the Slat: nut.sid-j
of (iraud Islau'i fortius wortliy undertak
ing. The Si-ters of .Mercy have charge,
but the hospital w ill b- open to all.
Tn I bridge over the I'latte ou the Ash
land cut-otF i-completed and the force on
the grade has been doubled to complete the
road and open it in time for the Omaha
nnd Lincoln fat.'s.
J. M. Ix's, a retired masher, wasquier-
j McF.il land was taken to Dr. Lewis
-i .... ...... . . ........
I. ..... .!.. Ol . .. I. I I 111 I lll.l -' .-t.'t.-tM.tltit.l. 1.V IFilH-l lilt III
.-111 .-!. V7II llll- .-II. HIS Illll lll.lll. l llllill i I,.
. ... , . . . . . I
a icw iiiniiie-. oi ins arriial two others
ucre brought there who recclied lan
getotis wounds. James Smith, of Fist
land street, aged tucntv-foiir, who was
struck while endeavoring to assist Mc
Farlaud. his wound being in the h'p.
whence Dr. Lewis subsequently extracted
the ball of a Mjiilcr iitle, and .-eioiidlv,
ThiMiias Jo'iiistoii, forlv icars of age. who
was stiot at the corner of Dai Id si tret.
The ball passed tluoiigh hi- shoulder,
smashing the blade and inflicting a
J hiccrattd wound at the point of its exit.
He walked to Dr. Lewis', and after he
1 had teehed -uigtcal ite-ittnetit heioollv
I iuqtliied Itom the mctlicil meuwhitlicr
. he coiibl go to his work in the moining. 1
I III tlie ttie-iut;iiie theie had been an at
j tack n a -quad of tweni-f-iir police
men under the command of District In
I spector Waibiirton, who had been sent
! out at midtdghl to relleic the i
rs were -tncktu bwn one bv one. un
til tin. illy all weie helpless. In tills con
dition they were overtaken on Thiir-d.iv
night bv a heavy storm which tossed
their craft about like an egg shell,
thinning them from one cud
of the boat to the other.
Tlielr msscssi,iis uete all swept aw.iv by
the wae-and the roof taken off. Dur
ing this fearful night Mr-. Hush -ml-de.ilv
gtexx woise. and began p'eoimg
fecblv for xxater, whlc'i no one could give
her. and just hs day broke sh. died In In
ttise suffering and sgonv. All dar Fri
dav thex diifted with the cm cent, the hot
sun beating crm-llv down iition the little I. T., the I'rebi terhin ebnrrh wn- bfiMo
tiutbcr. until .he aifxaj of the ast mwijI,
pi oxtd til that Mich .ititi al be nl ltT luait
i tx iil postmasters Are not ren'tcd to
Make dciti cry of Ms-etui deliirn mitr
on Siiudax, but will te mI lllnrly. bier,
to delliet --clal dcbicii Irtlefi ind par
re's ariivlnr on Sund . ImictLl lii
eiy tuai.at tturti and fourth ela units' bo
itindn ly the i-stuiM.ster hlinsetf. bv am
si-taut or clerk, or by auv other cootM;ml
person he max rinp'ox a- inirs-seiicr. l.l
iii.istrtf ate tiNjuirisI to oi--u a'l Htatttw mi
ainxat and ImmrdMtrli separate matw-r
InMiiiif pv!at deiixerx -tamp- .umI stamp
or write on the enrc.ope r xirtxtp ti
.nine of the oilice and lite date and Immit
xi lien the matter arr.ves. Neil Ifte miller
inint le uwiulietisl. i.f;er which It mut fe
tleilXeied Willi Hit lies of llnic. For ex. Ml"
attld'e deilieied the MistllUtstrr IHftt Lit if
a receipt. After a special deiliery aiticio
has bern taken out for de.txery and h"
Ineii letuitied with the Information that
the Nrsoii addressed has retieoed to .inul
er place and the article la I lien fotxiidtsi
It I not then to be leutdtHl
a eiitlllrd to special deiliery at
the fecond ofllce. Reisterml matter will
te entlUed to special deiliery the same ti
ordinal v inirfter x-heti t'r.nc a -ptcMl !-
Ilxerx stamp In nitditloii to full po-iage .ml
leistiy fre. No etfort inusilm npiimt by
jostnt isters or anx nthei ofJIeet to epeditj
the iiisilmg of mutter t"cai1tis- speciul tc
lltirrle.tir anil C'jrlaotr l'llow !. I,.'ig
' Sr. Fit t, Ju'y 17 Rebuts fmm vari
ous Mluneoti ami D-xkota i-.luts 1hhv
that the storm of nin.tx afternoon m
idirht xv.o imiiMPllv "ex ere. At l-rx
theic s a rumor that a exelono vt!M
Hreekeiir-ilgr Minn, xlth dtstrous n-siilt-
to 1 fe anil propertx, but the ihm are
down and the rejMirt ruiimt ie irMfled. A
ei clone a -een at Albert La. but It vx.
tiMi li'gll to t daneiiius. Tlie house of
I'efer Mrnud. nar Morrt. Minn.,
was btonn down, but ill the fa
mates escaHd rhus loHrx", cieift
Mr. O'e .MnrttosMii, whose tJlrJi
whs fractuttd. At KUtoo. 1 l". the -lit
xnis iiuriMifi-l snd tlie (atbo'lr ehHrell
blown ftom It- foundation At Ltrtoior.
group of sufff-r, rs. 'j,,. :i,pt,,ueh ,.f
darkness gave them some relief, but an
oxerpoixoriug llm-t and hunger neatly
deprlxcil them of all ieaso:t.
Vesti rdai uioiiiiug thcr had drifted
neat I v opposite the citv, wlien -otne tlsh
et men, xx ho xrere out jugging, saw the
ivmiiiliedon a inrni iiear.xeiiras.a Litva ' .,.,,,! m, sl. r,, itl...i.-M road I ' ;ning. -w me
few days ago and hustled off to Surri- j TU- attc.ck cime from 7iie i'rotc'st- "I,!1,I", r lentiiitleHs, boat and lio'irdid
Countv, N. . wheie a deie ved and be- j ant quarter. They had hurdlv tak
it, iliscoxf img the condition of the people
tilt. I hey seruted lines ami rai the
ilown. ,ts, ctin. mid a number (
"lunlier fisinic tin idioms nsd cats xxrrj
blown Into the rtver. ,t Ihlto. Minn..
oliie Iwentv bullion's were nor.-J.d. ami
standbti: cram i ihe traek of tho -roiNi
was Uidlv txfden down ami Unit in .
was i-atlned The bchSnbitf dbi iwwrft
daumce near M-olniid, Mton. P.ttr
I.eijier wn ftiiejk nnd on te'uruhi.- l
coselnitses fiMind Inm-eif 1.ih1. nn tls
ir . . i - a --Taaaii. iiiii i .iiiii in i i-if i
,.iei..,K w..m... ii.s.. , , , WI.,r paces , t. , cpot , was ..enni ami ,,. . , . anthoittb-s ' od.un-. far,,.. Mr-. Sidney V.'mh, w-n-
1 wo pr.so,,ers , , IO county j,., , , a M let wh i- ,,, between the ,,.,, of the 1W.. t.i be , I Uirk -' '-
Hrok-en Hoxv lately kicked a l.olo in the' inspector and that of one of hi- men. 1(J ' u "-'M,l , p,,,,!,,,, !l( ,l!tr,. ,M4h,,.r ( jj,.
roof and escaped. j The marksman was behind a hedge. In A fe , , tet.d-rlv v"v ""''"' - 'tH0k h.hI l.r,,!. It
A n. houve recently caved in on the I a moment two other shots .st,,-k the ,..,.,, fr ,.s, ,',,,.., , ,Jt h),,..,' 'lv , W"l. At b.K.lon.C.Hli.rmwi.n
r-athii family nt L-idell. Custer County, Kioiuid near bv. The police too!: ,.,,.,.,.,,,.,, fr " ,,.. ',,,,. ,',.,,..,.., --cian --''"r. -n, Wi.wV.nI ......r'...
, , ..,...,...., . ......... . lefu-'c beh 111 a idle of blicks. xviierei.o. I . . . ''. "' ' ' ,r M '" . I'e Ulllll .III I . .. ... -
in s iiiueniim n :un. :...., ., , " ." ' lelbl allllo-nhere. tallll' i In ill the .tend .. V ..-....... ... .... ...... rximi
A DxIsotx Countv farmer killed thirtv
skunks in one day last wei'k. He xxas
quarantined by the aiilhoiitte.s and refused
hdmission into high society.
Tim rising toxvn of Craxx-ford on the edge
af the Fort Robinson lesorvatiou. has be-u
incoi-ior'ited. A schrio! house, seven
chun lies and a 11 ur mill are among the J
possible improvements of the presentyear.
Mi:. O'Huir.N, an o'.d lestdeut of Hall '
on the tiring xxa- renewed Imm another
quarter. The inspector then xrithdrexv
his nieti into a half-coiiqiletcit brte'e
btiil. ting near by, and kept them there
dining the reiuainder of the night. One
of tiie bullets that stiuck ihe neighboring
Catholic chapel xxas found in the morning
and xx a- of unusual si.e.
There was jjo shooting by the pole.
TJiey seemed absolutely poticrle--. The
tiring would be one moment from one
.... ..w... , . , ........ i i ,1..
.1. . ,.,. ., l. ....,.. - -V- 1 ., I """I "IS svtll. I IIU IH.-.-IS lliissiu ; IIII),lJIi;i
the i oof of a house in exv ork recentlv f ... -.. . .
i .-,. , .... ,, -, ucros his body, with fatal result.
n i ji si k.ijiti ilk: i loiioi-iiii niT.iii
...... ..... ...... s. IWI'llllll IMIHM OU, IJ.4
twelve years, who was pass. ng along the
Countv. was crushed nearO'Neil recently quarter, the next from .-mother, and all
by the xvheels of his own xvagoti. He fe'f Ihat section of the city xxas in a state of j
The police xxere under -tih't orders not
to the and the dispersion of the mob xxas
accomplished by a ouipauv of sohlier
xx ho, hoxxever, did no tiring. The only
arre.s: ni.nle xxere those ot a man
A i'.xrsi;c.r.u bound for S.m Francisco at
tempted to jump on a moving tram at
Uie cars. He
corpse, baxin ; bad its dtadlv effect on the
tein tinder. JIk Hu-ii wis but led last
evening and the '.oat our I.
A BAD MEXICAN.
t'llilln l I'roeiire n l.t eti.e to lt-rrr n
Ulrl I'niler Act-, mi. I oi. I lie feint ,,( r
ret for Xl.iluelioii. lie M.ibe. u ilur.ler
oil. ,s. :.! Willi ll ilielievter I oi It I
I nlleil st,,i,.. I,,, .l.ir,,.,. V. oui. Hi.
llllll 'I'd retj . j
V.r. xi.y. Tex., Aug. II - Mcxirin
gixing hi- name as Cll.eil- Fotiehc, about !
txventy-O'ie icars of age, put In an ap-I
Fiearancc at the county clerk's ollicc In I
Rrndr and applied for a marriage license
' I I i. I V.r.j... , . .......?. .....I ...... I . ...
" "- -.'. n .iiei twine,; wiim a
lot of -toek ; lo... s'. (m,(
Vii NrW lrrl.ii,inri.. t ll r r-I I Mr Kuiik.h
- s,,,,,! ,ut s.ly,, I, b.
Hi. ix-". Tei., Aiu. 17.- I here ate no
lioxv develo.uientt in the 'lilting inattt
(ikI.-xx. aaiioiitfh lie ii.n.t! non.t r of tn
lel.ahle nMirt wen, iiia.tf.. One of ib.M
minor-, xx a that Inije bodei of Meticrwi
floops xxere streanilii li.li, (l.tloiHM..
'I t.e coining of .S -rial Agent se,i,ir
I- Impatiently awaileif b l-iib -Idr. He
will spend a few .1.1 j in lUsOfdt orti
and then go on to hihtnl.iM xxhe l, ntll
I.elll St eMt a Week, and iliefi if he ImmI.
decide to Ko lo the C'X d MeXleo Me
Il-.ei. fit ? ll.. Tll.lf. till. I 1,1.2 l.lit Inrr t..... I
r-. r. lfr.-.....l l.lnn.l Ul..l I.. 1 . . .. , I . .. M .. .. II..
u ren ami xias imeiiiallx hurt ox .Mmli.2n ! nr.-..s-s m i.l.. i"- tlis ! . I .
... .. I List lite .-!i-lif. Iif" nt Inn L fi..e ' Inr liim.fi!! nni n i1.l ....!. .U.. i. it..i!.l... I.. .... i.l. ........ ... .
BtriKing linn. n- o. , V " . ", j JL aHd his two d-tughters who lr.e.l i ' - """I ""'' "- """ . ,' ........i.i..t1.imWii...wp.
xnniTlovAi msi-ATi-iiB. I 'w: St. Joseph o; Grand Nland road bns ,( fl hoUM. (p(m wiH iu , She gave h-r name as Ml-s Mollie Nicl,. 1 u'f r- He M,.i,,. ur i.p, r,r
Tnr n A, J.cans of M, FbTol n.!io fB ' t lhl.rty "V '"' l" alrtlirM ' tw .Jiooting. They were Cail.olb-s and d, savins .she wti- -Ixfec. rears old and J l'l 'TV.1?',. ', Ur V'1 U T? "
lur l.e,.utillcans of the Kighth Ohio dis- , t). Sutton. Soon the xvork of construct on i (.!nim,.,i .1.-, Thr.M. ....... Inir...i ,,..MP ...ltf 1 ,,,.,, .,.. .,,,. ,n- ,,. , " , ,. the-w.,uM bke to wet om of the i'iimmu
trict have nominated Lieutenant-Governor ; wili ,(0 ,J0-UI1 aii llie l,e will be com- .. ,1 L ., """ Iht ir xx ,v , hat her hone was la s,,, .v.a,a ( ountr. . ,,,., lf .,i.,l,,,,-,WM..,f .M.r-l
0 u .- .. 1 t . . "in no ijls,uii. aim 1 in. one win inioiu .,(,, jhe house ag.itiist t!icir xxill. but 1 J he 1; rk refus. i to t-suc the lirenf on i i..,i.. . 1 . r. . .. . .
L V. Kennedy for Congress by acclama- pIetei, tlns v,ar. Manner McCool, of tbe I f mnII contidonce was put in thi- slorv. ' nc, -Mint of the ..- t u , ,. !.Trl" ,n" n n C l r "" ' "'" 'l?.1 l?"
UZ n . ' St- Joseph tV Grand Islun 1. savs that he , for ti.e hii- i- believed to have bce.i'a ', cuts not bring -!, ,-xn. The -fr -ti e J t , L ."Ju ' .7 ' It mIV i lU"V
AT the Democrat.c convention of the j ,ook,n arolllHi for ollier extensions and I r-mh Zvous for Catl.ol.es. th f her father would Co,,.' and take bej -o, X C b Ll rrrl r. ? V W
L.ghth Illinois district, held at Dceatur on I wi lct.M(l ns to ,ocat,o soon. j I I.axc learnt from a participant tint ' bac- if i:e -,ew where -he i. '. Failing ! ii Z t ZlVfJZi
the Ltd, General Joseph heeler xxas re- . Tin: following star rout- changes have tin re were only nine guns on the Catho- , toget 1 le ns.j the collide -urtod to the . ..rder... n... ,..-.... .. n.. r....
tioinitiate.i ror Congress. been made in Nebraska : llotite. .'Jl.:rtr.'
litustorin was severe in Marion County, J Chadron to Sidney, from September 1. l"-
omit service from Chadi on lo Fort Robin
son six times a week and change schedule
accord 1 uglv.
Cxs County has the bleed Doom of txx-o
rival fairs, and next to a county seat fight !
it is the most interesting spectacle thiit can
be gotten up.
W. Vn nn tli.. IT.lli 1Xi,..L-..,-.l n;n -.. I
--- ..... -.. .... .v.... .J-....I.U41. .It... 1 I...
suddenly overfloxved its banks, xvashuic
away the houo of Jvhn Snoderlv, whose !
family, consisting of a wife and four chil
dren, xx ere drowned.
Tub Secretary of the Interior on the 17th
drew- warrants ou tho Treasury Depart
ment for $T.t.VJ,t:t0 on account of the quar
terly pHi'inent of pensions.
2x"i:iK Vermont ville. Mich , the other dar,
a stemn threshing engine exploded, in- i at Danburv.
lie -ide. These were all Snider rille-.
improved pattern. Tlwre were about a
many Snider rille. on the Prole-taut
side and .-ereral revolver-.
It xvotild be dlflictilt to de-cribe the
r'-ldeii"- of a Mexie:,,, namc.l M.-ndtis in i ...iJd onne Cultiii'-clniin tor hnavy dam.
the oirer bnilt-s f town Demur Fnlfed aja.
Ma.c- .ilarhnl ( hatles Hnreourt. with j
lhee other Hiifti-, went and Induced the I
appearance of the city ye-terdnr. It
rniuid alnio-t continuously, but this did
not deter the people of
ages ami classes from
girl to consent to return to her pxr
ents, and s, -be xiem to r. II rcoirt's
reMence. Demttv Mar-hal Harrourf
all sics, ' nod the other.- then weH; to Mendu,'
-trolling noue to get the girl's baggage. Mr.
n'w.l.f 111.. m.tef.-r ih!ri-fa n.,.l inlii 1 1 1 rr ..it rf f ..I.l IK. HmvImh t ..l .
i.,... -,..... II :, : :.. s.- i " ."" " ' . ' ."" " "' -,v ' .-t..., r.MirBr. ia
'v,1,i- ''"' wWim.-u m ..r- ! ,u. notou- portion. I he xx hole pop-, come over to court XTHb him. Tlir Mri
bra-ka: Cvrus Fatrchild. nt Crawford: J ulation MTini! to be on the
Thomas O'Shea, at Madison, and A. Prelim, j -late of great cxciteuieti:.
WasiuxriTOt. AS. 17. The opinion
prevalN that .',eretar Hamrd l rrr wwli
rercls- in HOImI lesjs, tStlSt tbe ("h-tiH
afTa'r. and he Im fromo very rmtirn orf
critic'-ni- of hi- action alrenlj tm4- nl
apprehended in tlie future m tint r-i;rd.
H-n recent ifoujrtlc affliction. Uit lh
Iran went into the ,nur, llarronrt fob "f nu "U" n'' xluu'rr ''""""
statitly killing E. Darion and Leonard Gar- !
ringer. The body of tho latter was bloxvn
Tuui:n di-tint attempts were made to
wreck two passenger trains and a freight
train on the Lake Shore nnd Hock Island
roads at Chicnco on the 17th. Two of the
engines were disabled, but no one was in
jured. Tn r: operatives in tho clothing houses of
Hostoi. lire preparing to fight a new- bat
ing machine which, it is claimed, will throxv
hundreds of girls out of xx-ork.
Seven train loads of pilgrims left Paris
for Lonrdes on the 17th.
The British Afghan commission is ex-
G::r.xT act.vity is reported in the '-uirv
yard" at Grand Island. The monitor
which will lav siege to the citv durin - the
coming (rand Aitnv reunion ere rapidly ',
-treets In .1
ihe wiioic l.ixveii htrn. ami Hi" Mexican -el..! -
hotly of troops ami police were under Winchester, -prang into the rard and
arm and on actlie duty. Squad- of ' tv tried it around Firing then began be-.
Koxal dragoon.- In long, Jo.ist xva- t .xeen him anl llarronrt, vho xr.is armed
ter-proof coat", rode at quick pace ! xxlth a pMo! xxhich Srrd once and then '
up and il'iwn many of the street. I r.-fu-cd to work. The Mexican fired four '
assuming shape and form. Thev iesemble i aiei long iinc 01 mrm were on trietr , tine-, one o! tie ots taking rfect In'
the tin clad fleet of tho M sd-'sippi in war ! h"' ad ilir in the vard of the college , ILuconrl'- right awkK pi .slug throog'i ,
tim-s and number four-the Tavlor. Moni i arrapc. At every street cro-ilng in it. ami another pacing through the'
tor. MernmacandCongiess. The commit "" r.o.o- qowi.-r w.erc ;xa- nuirr j ri.-ir. wiign. 1. anetniing .nrsirlans
t.e having in charge the naval nrTairs of j
the reun on are actively at work and the j
re-ult of their labors will le seen in the 1
company of -ohlicr- or of police. regard the xrouadi .1- likely to prove
Seii-ral companic of the f-imott- Ittack j fatal. The Metban fl-d and ha not
Wa'ch regiment from Scotland xverc on I been captured. "one of tbe parties who
wriEiie. liriTlij lipvn iiin, Mli (i. n,
mor of hi pM-ibl re-'suatbm tram. rn-
llcMbln cfi1w- in iri!Htisrit cfrejev
Mr. Ha; aid U of mn rxitrttt-lt m-iiiu
nature and cbf urelr the crificiito U-l
wLdirii General .s"l,)rk to f. , lrdb
rat- ti.it bit demand for ( uttlnr'i rHa
n haty atvi niiwarr-nfe-j by the fju-u
then b'fore hinj. Tberr i tut doobt, lovr
rrer. In the mtoda of many wHI in formal
;ros tbatrrprew-nUtiirsi t,f the lnr
GjTniMnt, irxrloibric a for toe- l'tiiel
Sute Mlni-ter to Meiico, now mtplajni
prmaitetitlyat Wiliin(oo a cnjnwt . tt
andest naval il.-nlax ever witncsed at a I . ... . ... .... jiciihuiijui, HTPcnipirwi u uu H
inn o -M-nf-d a nicMire-qtie app-inuice. njfh , they were poiere., x a..,t hn. The I nrrrfary Kaysra Wr Wic o-i mt.uZ
111 n bright-colored kilts and long heavy black countv ha- flercj .510) rctiard for ti. ' nr tlir fa-., of lh- judicial wc-lis. la
Nouth Platte will try irrigation. plume-,. capture of Fouche. I Cetnng'i caar.
John Boohow, a farmer living ix milei j
south of Stanton, shot and killrd bis siejH
daughter, Mr-. Willitm Ilebnke. the other
Jealo'isy i- va.d
Iected to return to India in September.
1"..,, ,. ,.,, l.w.!.. .. ..Ai.....M.. m T... i '
- ,. - , . . ,, ,. . ' ., ,. k t dav. and then killed himself hv
....... r .-... ... ....- ruiwn- the hcail wjth a sholzun
UV.l. i.ii iuv i , til.
Henjimi.v T. P.r.tGfic. ex-Congres-smnn.
ha been nom nated for Governor by the
A i:e.xvv ram and xx-ind torm visited the
vicinity of Aberdeen. Dak . on the IGth and
Ir. rlglck to Io to ?Irtlrn.
W.xmvr;ro.v, Am. 17. It. can now be
aulhontntlrclr sta'c-I thst Mr S'dgnick
ati.tli at Caitlaiifaa.
'ooatJt. ArU.. Aot I.Ts- rwrr
CttitT.iffjft, .V. V., Au-. C leorr! ' that Captain ltn and br atnm h,
W. Cable, the norcM.t, taught the adult i brrn cajtnre. and dircL wbiWi t,t.J,
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i to be the cause of the murder and --nicid i goe to l'o-o del Nort" and Chihuahua by portion of the Chautauqua Sabbath- ta ITnitW htata i-ta dj aa. U tiL-vl
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1 tin hve year-old -on of M. L. O brini, : rcUe-t ot Secretary iliyard. snij in con-, .chool. whieh I- called the ,i-xmblr, at ' "Y l' 0 o.winf :rflau telertam to joor
ettku from San Domingo, dated
28, states that a Presidential clec-
took place there on June I'o".
ral Ulysses Hereaux was elected
lunre majority. General Masses,
efeated candidate, left for Samana '
th destruction of three tanks of oil jn 'wel'r "T-T n.ty miles, .l.nng more damage
Doane's oil refinery nnd reduced the still jt',fn Rn-V rreviou torr.i. At Newark.
bouo and boiler rooms to ashes. Loss, j thirty-five miles northeast. fr.ur p-rsona
f3.i,C-. w ere killed. Among the victims wore the
At Folsom. Cal., recently fir dentroyed ,, ana cma or Juhu "" a"d Mrs
twenty-six of th principal business houses
nnerinte!iiut of the Stat'' F:shri- at
.South Bend, was droxvned in one of tbe
ponds the other day.
A Noktii Hka'p thief recently robbed a
blind man of f 75. The unfortonnte. James
A. West, had jut -old tno coxv-i an.l wa. '
returning home xhen tbe -neak grabbed
the pock-tbook and di-peared.
uecUon with the Cutting cae.
ion is in no .-en-c of
Loss, $1.V).(-J0: insurance. ?alW.
Scecials report destructive stones in
various portious of Kentucky on th l'Jth.
i In YitTa-L finiifi.TAia Y.i.tt. .! a -'
lays after the election, raised an chUd k1Ied b ,icutIlhl- t !,.
?i?ry of 3,tK?0 men and attacked San- . County immense rocks loosened by a tree
tro. He Was defeated bv the Gov- blown over on th mountain side crushed
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l-nment forecs. General Hereaux, inw too worn oi iiaitnexi- raria, tataiiy
vsident-clect, left there the same day nJur' "; :. sock was aiso
ing 5,000 men to reinforce General Tas LlIineM tMtms in the United
n at Santiago, taeneral bata- States and Canada the seven days ended .
Hi- m,-, nine o'clock Te.teru-s7 morning. .Vearlr "''" "-V r . . , ', "u.xctite A
a d plooiiti? na- two thouiand jcriotM nerc p-cicnu Mr aiid tmm l-:t..ni I'n-.'fTZ
ture, but -iir.pl r to -eenre tor the dep.irt- t Cable taught ie international lesion for re My. lb U,rj it Captaiti lwun,
mctu better information xvlth regard to the diy from J-hn xl.l. I-I7, on t J cwsenar.J hivm bp-i captorod aud (ji.
theca-e. The reconl of MctVan court- topic: "Je-oi teaching horntlitT." After- I e1 f'xeaa ontro. ljtM ,
nrc not pabllshcil : tn thi country, aa.l ! ward Caanc-lkir John H. Vincent, I. D.. J?..!!.0 f l. '- VjHy
the du.Iomstic ch.-ititie!- throu-rh irhlrh ' n'rl1 tl r.,l,-r,.- m-r, t ""-""r7 "7 a.s. lrr
toaiirv say tur are Biacj Iritaa In Uvtr
Our arr "I the l"oture.
Wi.-mvoTOV. Aug. H. Thcr: a ru-
STROUsjie.!. and Creiguton aredi-cusing I
The Stat department has received of- i waterworks and tire protect.on.
fieial information of the acceptance by the Itci'BRN Cucam, one of Oue Connty-
wapanese itovernment ot ttie motistication substantial farmers, made a gha:ly find
made by the Senate prior to its ratification a few davs since wbile excavatin-'for n
of the Japanese extradition treaty on June : cellar. It consited of fourteen keleton 1 mor afloat that S; rctarj Whituer
SI. Ihe excuang of official copies of the otiMo, women and chddrea. all wit!
treaty will give it fall effect. tnsi of iwentv mmr. f-t .tt ,k..
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ins. mm masters or r.ngianu nr.v de-1 ieet iroai the
cidetl to reduce the output of nig iron 20 j heads to the
per cent. j doubtedly an
at iiUTin. inu.. recntlv ilr. DitiV section was ertl-.l I
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gent of the Ohio & M:s!ss:m.i railv V O'Rafirv. nf 5vaifn- itx nr- Thi- admlni.str.tion i comg to n-no
a t - t - " ' "- -T - " --".- t"T va. vw.
they mu-t be -ought are mnudx k.ui and over 1.3 mcrnVr- of tfcc gradaxtinj 1 aVlr of lUlTZl ri ,k
.-low. owing to the .M-Uncc between tnccW, of l w, nere .t.d iu tb IS,'- E'VlSI
iccue of the trial and the capital. psrjuttc of the ataphiUiratcr. I ebuea.
T-a--. tttl t . t a i
iiiiki rwrriifr -Trim'jva i
Oxtv, IIL, Aog li. The embnnuil
raertlng of the Grand Lodg- ot the Ii.
n it.. Ktni.
CirtCAru. Auc 17--Ta! Tfi'.,ifli-t
WI peciI aj; "Tfat ttuxalsf ihin thy
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jia a ; snortiv reorganize tnr .avv wni.Trufni ; ami x.iwicn-' .iu;cai I'rutecuve A'-ocia- I 'nici wy imlse eipUsiUjti trr.
it six i on hl own rc.-fon-ibilitr. and Ijefore Io- j tiou wa hebl al thU pUce je-terday. sletml by th bsntiEf of a UAUr in !ira-
urface and all with tieir lag o win appoi s Lai-i ' oav.rccwr nt:n J v. . t isc, ot mxa, zrxnd worUir . ,,.- , . i.i. . . -,.
we-t. The place was en- ' ad a Paymi-tcr-Gcncral. Tnc -tory, . pre-idenf. In the chair. No o;a l3si-!,-, fc .,.., ..
lnd.au cemeterv before teat however, cannot be cciarrned at the Ie- r-s- of gre-t Importaace na- traa-ctcd. , st4H arM STC
rarmieni. icegue irora an ia-u,ori;Raie Joores -j .- -. lw
t- in the State were present and made a Mtc- ! ooa-Jed. at foJlow
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..Jlcft Tort Dltplat on the north side August 12 aggregated 137 as compared ioovereu a tramp carrying of bis clothes. wa. recently thrown under a wagon lo-iJed . ' , ,u u, '" ,,,7' ."u"' "L." "," "'", " - "" wi . '- - "rrrTr!; i"'rr' . .
SPSS 'on and will ioin Hen. i -itVlSi the wS previous, containing a targe amount of money, a , with InntUr, while deluding anUL i.,, V12 I SS JT, Z!"' t SaSit ESS S AV
Etf.li armv of 12,o5o men. This t Tnt nt d SS;S i?uaZS T ' ""J"1? n ( double turrc ted b".,7o trhld. mil l j y SeS, si" .nce e tc- I " : t ZZ a'S-
WXavlt revolution that Iim'!? "re. VM?a 5 completed, there r.ill be -txtrcn or I ration uW order fca, gruxru 5tfa.JUr. i ? W'-I-SVt P f,
tbelstroiiffCSt moiution mat lias tloDt luciuded m th HOth call, issued re- ulUi death. The murderer waspuoued VCrsnrr, of Hooker, wa-receaUy rnorcr . , .U-rn ne;r -hip, put Jioit during j crlnnal u-aal!v gtre Marfoa aa-J idl. ci x-X . aaUy ui u,
y4ri Sa Doniingoforsomeyear. . Oyt is vr.SISX apo-sofaicabtured and lynched. by a loaded wagoa and frioclrjnjafc-L rfCSw-s; C.vrfaad cafatst ratios. Ccalcoua'd a nh. le- T- J ?.
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