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A. CMOtMER. Proprietor.
W. D. Matthews & Co.'s large
ilt house, Lcroy, .. was de-
rtrbyed by fire the other day. Loss,
'The Catholic Conrrresh at Madrid
wiaalmously adopted a resolution de
maBiing the restoration of the tem
foral power of the Pope.
v& Chief of Tolice Huuuaiid, of Chi
cago, after a consultation with Mayor
Cregier, has issued strict orders to his
captains and men to enforce the va
grancy laws against gamblers and pre
vent the opening of dens.
It is probable that the United
States steamer Brooklyn, now at New
York, will be condemned. She has
been placed out of commission and a
board is now at work making an ex
amination of her hull and machinery.
A srECiAi. from Iteming, N. M.,
fays: Frank Cady, who had charge of
the San Simon Cattle Company's ranch
at Deer creek, six miles from the Mexi
can lino, was shot through both legs
and then put on a stove and roasted by
TltE President has i.-sued a procla
mation reciting that the Fort Sisscton,
Dak., military reservation is no longer
needed for military purposes and plac
ing1 it under the control of the Secre
tary of the Interior for disposition un
der the law.
Assistant Seckktakv TiriinxoK has
made a ruling that the emigrant fund
can not properly bo it;-ed for the sup
port or deportation of emigrants who
are allowed to proceed to their desti
nations, but subsequently become
charges by reason of .sickii".-
Depltv Collector B. B. Boulhi.v
was fatally bhot while raiding a dis
tillery in Johnson County, X. C, re
cently. He was one of the bravest men
in the revenue service and fired upon
his assailants until he had emptied two
revolvers, when ho was shot down.
The Postmubter-(ieneral has decided
to forward to Guthrie all mail ad
dressed to Edmond. Wharton, Alfred
and other points in Oklahoma where
there are no post-ofliees. Ho has also
directed tho postmaster at Guthrie to
deliver8ucJLmajl to the persons ad-
upon satisfactory evidence of
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IT is reported from St. Petersburg
that in addition to revolutionary
pamphlots menacing letters have been
found on the Czar's table. In conse
quence of compromising discoveries
affecting the chiefs of the secret po
lice, M. Poutlli, the head of that de
partment, and several high officers
have been dismissed.
Mr. Westlet Hicii.m;is in an nd
dress beforo an English Farmers'
club, advocated the adoption of the
American system of selling cuttle by
live weight. Mr. C. S. Bead, spcak
ingbfvhis experience in America, ad
vised English farmers to immediately
adopt the American sy.-tem. The
meeting agreed to recommend its
The Gloucester (Mas.) schooner
Pendragon at Port Ilawkesbury. X. S.,
recently wanted to got a now sail from
Gloucester duty free. The custom
authorities at Ottawa telegraphed
to Collector Bourinot that tho IVn
dragon must pay duty on her sail,
as the United States refused free
entry for Canadian vessels under simi
The Secretary of State has received
a dispatch from the United States
Minister at Mexico City, stating that
preparations nro to be immediately
aienccd for the construction of a
railroad from Guaymns to the Port of
Topolampo in Sinaloa. with the priv
ilege of constructing branch roads to
connect at other points in order to
raach the colony of Las Palomas.
Chihuahua, bordering on tho New
Mexican boundary lines. Other lines
are also projected.
A xummck of enlisted men in tho
array have petitioned the War De
partment to authorize the uo of what
is known as the Merriam knapsack,
which differsirom the ordinary knaj
laack, in throwing tho weight of bur
""den on the hips instead of the shoul
ders. Tho device was invented by an
'American army officer. Colonel Mer
riam. and has been adopted by all the
Governments of Europe. The peti
tioners state thnt they will purchase
tho knapsacks out of their o n pockets
if their use is authorized.
-Abbistaxt SecretartTichkxor has
Mtaiaed the appeal of the American
Sugar Refining Company from the de
ck)oaof the collector of customs at
' jfr FraBcisco, assessing recent im
porUtkms of sugars from Java in ex
cess of their polariscopic strength on
the theory that they had been artifi
cially colored so as to degrade them
below No. IS Dutch standard. The
department decides that these sugars
liable to duty according to their
ilariscoplc test, that is, according to
,r apparent color at time of im-
ks.fe TJAfsJaOHS Hotchkiss will case over
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LiHuWfckinn iaventor of the Hotch
kin gsV who died in Paris in ISSo, is
bifcre theCoaaecticut Superior Court,
fne cam Binges on the queston of
e and Involves an estate valued
118,000,000. The widow claims that
ideceftscu wa a icgai resiaeni oi
rXvrk. i which case she will re-
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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail
rERSOX.lt. AND POLITICAL
Tnc Duke of Edinburgh, commander-in-chief
of the British Mediterranean
fleet, who returned to England in cou
sequenc" of prostration by fover is making
favorable procres toward recovery.
Is answer to Mr. Kasson, ono of the
American Commissioners. Sir Edward
Malet and Prince Bismarck stated that no
secret treaty existed between England
and Germany with reference to Samoa.
.Malietoa, the deposed Kinc of Samoa,
has apologized, and Emperor William has
decided that he may be liberated.
In the British House of Commons a mo
tion of Samuel Smith, Liberal, censuring
the Government for restoring spiritdrink
ing in Iudia, was carried by a vote of 113
Hon. William H. IJahxtm, chairman of
the National Democratic Corumitte, died
nt Limcrock, near New Haven, Conn., on
the :Wth. He was born in Connecticut
September 17, 1618.
Carl Roka, the well known musical di
rector, died in Paris on the 20th.
Centennial inauguration day was gen
erally observed on the 30th. The main
celebration at New York passed off with
out mishap and with great tucces. At
Chicago two disastrous panics occurred
during the display of fireworks. A great
number of persons were injured in the
mad rushes, though no one was reported
Dr. 8. C Charlton, editor of the Ma
son's Chronicle, the American Odd Fellow
and the Knight (Knights of Pythias)
dropped dead at Columbus, O., receutly
of heart disease. He was a member of
many secret societies and held prominent
positions in many of them.
Hon. John Sherman, Hon. John C New.
Consul-General at London, and Lincoln
Valentine, Consul for Honduras, bailed for
Europe on the 1st.
The State Department has granted to
Mr. Perry Belmont, United States MinU
ter to Spain, leave of absence for the pur
pose of attending the opening ceremonies
of tiie Paris Exposition, to which he had
been ofllciully invited by tho French Gov
Theke was no truth in the report that
gained currency that Socretary of State
ninino had suffered a paralytic stroke.
Walker Blaine stated that his father was
improing from an attack of lumbago.
The first annual dinner of tho Spanish
American Commercial Union Mas held in
New York on tho 1st. Secretary Noble
was one of tho speakers.
The session of the Canadian Parliament
was prorogued by the Governor-Genera!
on tho 2L The speech congratulated the
members on their good ork.
It is stated that the King of Wurtem
burg insists upon tbn return of Dr. Sav
ago, his former American adviser. It is
lielieved that an intrigue is on foot for the
disndssal of Prime Minister Von Mittnacii.
The routine of the White House was re
sumed on the 2d. The crowd of oillce
seekers was smaller than usual, but was
large enough to keep the President en
gaged all the morning.
John Dillon, the Irish Icad-r, spok to
a monster meeting at Melbourne, Austra
lia, recently, when I,U00 wus subscribed
for the Irish cause.
General Boulanger has Kummoned a
councdof his supporters to meet in Lou
don. P.ev. S. F. Smith, author of the song
"My Country, 'Tisof Thee," was given a
reception by Illinois veterans in Chicago
the other night.
The consular body in London have pre
sented Mr. Waller, the retiring American
Consul-General, with a gold-mounted
cane and a gold-mounted umbrella. In
replying to a speech made in behalf of the
donors Mr. Waller expressed his pleasure
that such a gooil man us Mr. New, the in
coming Consul-General, was to succeed
Baron Krlanoer has returned from his
trip through the Southern States, ami
speaks in glowing terms of tho future of
The new British Minister was presented
by Mr. Blaine (who had entirely recov
ered from his indisposition) to the Presi
dent on the 3.1
The Republicans of the Fourth district
of Kansas have nominated Hon. Hnrri-on
Kelly, of Coffey County, to succeed
'1 liomas Hyan in Congress. Ryan lnix
been appointed Minister to Mexico.
A hospital is to b built in Iowa in
memory of the late Thomas J. Potter, for
merly vice-president and general man
ager of the Chicago. Burlington & Qaincy.
It will be known as the Potter Hospital
and will be for sick or disabled railroad
Jese Russell was horribly mangled
nt Schtia, Ala., by the prematura discharge
of a cannon on ccntenuial day.
A Kitrir.HT was wrecked near Cisco,
Tex., on the 1st, but no one was injured.
The steamship Berlin from Rio Jnneiro
arrived at Bremen on the 1st with yellow
fever on board. Three of her passengers
died of the disease during the voyage and
a score were down, some of whom could
The great strike in the Pittsburgh (P.i.)
building trade was inaugurated on the 1st.
Five thousand mm were affected.
The police at Cronstadt have discovered
another plot agaiiut the life of the Czar
and in the ceure of their investigations
found a Nihilist More house filled with
aims and explosive. Several arrests
have been niado in connection with the
TllC decrease of the public debt during
April was 13,07S,CG4.11.
The Northwestern Miller reports the
flour trade very quiet.
Mrs. JostK Guhlet has been sentenced
by Judge Shepard, of Chicago, to Ave
years in the penitentiary for kidnapping
The handsome bay mare Fugue, with a
trotting record of 2:19'.. died at Chicago
The coal beavers, plumtrs and street
shovelers of Duluth, Ulna., went oa a
strike oa the IsL
Over 40,000,000 acres of land in Manitoba
have been granted to the Canadian Pacific
and Manitoba railways since the opening
of taat country.
News from Southern New Mexico corrob
orates the reports of nuarders by Apaches.
Forty of the redskins were out and were
pursued by an armed band of miaers mad
The Cragin Manufacturing Company of
Chicago has assigned with 5140,000 assets
aad $70,000 liabilities. It made tiaware
and sheet iron goods and the assignment
One of the member of the Duqesne
Bessemer steel works strikers' finaace
committee stated at Pittsburgh, Pa., that
Andrew Carnegie and Captain Jone, of
the Edgar Thompson steel works, bad
placed $1,500 at the disposal of the strikers
and bad intimated that if more aid should
be needed it would be forthcoming.
Tax ten days' quarantine nt Saaford.
Fla-, against yellow fever has been raided
and the guards dismissed.
Six dervishes have been executed at
Wady Haifa, Egypt, for outrages oa womea
Ths dynamite factory at Odell. aeax
Hasting! N. Y-, was blown up at noon the
other da r, jast after the workmen and
left the building. The shock retesmb!!
aa earthanake aai Waaaci hoaie
ncvuertr far half a stun
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Almost the entire business portion of
Stuttgart. Ark., wns destroyed by fire the
other night, causing $40,09) loss with only
Three thousand railroad coal miners of
Western Pennsylvania are oa a strike
against a reduction of wages.
The steamship Viendam which arrived
at New York on the 2d from Rotterdam,
reports that on April tH she puu t a raft
made of planks and spars nailed together.
There was no one on the raft and no clew
to its identity could be ascertained.
Three thousand miners of Brazil, Ind..
have struck because of a reduction in
The dispatches seat out .from Texas
purporting to give details of the rioting
ut Silao and Guanajuato in Mexico were
stated to Le gross exaggerations. The
prefect at Silao was assosiuated and his
was the only life lost in the entire affair.
The authorities have restored order.
The court at Tipperary, Ireland, has
affirmed the sentences of John O'Connor,
Thomas Condon, Charles Tanner and Mr.
Manning. Irish members of Parliument,
for violations of the Crimes act.
The storage building of the Roman
Catholic College in Germaatown, Pa., w
destroyed by tire recently and Ignatius
Hemmerle, uged eighty-five, lost his life.
The damage amounted to .W,000.
The North Chicago Rolling Mills Com
pany has increased its capital stock from
6,000,060 to r,.000,00:, and has absorbed
the Union Steel Company of Chicago and
the Joliet Steel Company of JolieL
Rt ports come from many points that
the recent heavy fnxt has done great
dainago to fruit in Illinois. Vegetables
are badly injured, while much of the
young corn was bitten off ltvel with the
Since tho opening of Manitoba more
thau 40,000fj00 acres of land have been
granted to the Canadian Pacilic & Mani
The President grnntad a respite until
May 1" in the c.ise of Nelson Colbert who
was to have been hanged in Washington
May .'I for the murder of Richard Weutzell,
in October lat.
TiiEtjuirrym-n in the Joliet (III.) Stone
Compaii 's iju my aie out on a striku ask
ing for 1.7." instead of $l.iiQ per day.
Michael Hilliak jumped from a burn
ing building in New York recently ami
was fatally injured. His brother. Igna
tius, uns i urned to death.
Tin: Beef Inspection bill was defeated
in tho Missouri Semite.
Hawks, the engineer charged at Bir
mingham. Ala., of the murder of his wife
and child, has been found guilty and the
penalty fixed at death.
The free p-iss Uftt'uMi came up before
tho Inter-State Commerce Commission ut
Washington on the ."iL Twenty-seven
roads were cited to appear.
The St. Louis brewers have so combined
that the trust is a practical fact. The
three firms outside tho trust have agreed
to maintain the trust rates fr the next
Governor Beaver, of Pennsylvania,
has signed tiie death warrant for Michael
R:77u!io. one of the murderers of McCIure,
near Wilkesbarre. He will In) hanged
The strike of the street car employes of
St Paul. Minn., has resulted in the defeat
of the men, who hnvo returned to work ut
the reduced wuges.
A tohna(K) struck Warsaw, N. C. on
the Jd. demol shing many dwellings, also
thu Presby tei inn church.
The passengers of the German steam
ship L'lhu celebrated the centennial of
Washington's inauguration in mid-ocean.
The veel was gaily decorateiL
The Botrd of Trade of Little Rock, Ark.,
has sent a petition to President Harrison
for th appointment of a merchant living
west of the Mississippi river as a memler
of the Inter-State Commerce Commission.
The Suprem- Court of Fioridn in a test
case has decided that the Legislature has
the right to reduce railroad rates to a
point too low to peimit the torning of
The sugar crop of Culm is reported very
short with the prospect for any improve
ment next year b id owing to the great
The sentence on Major Lvdecker, couit
martialed for tho Washington aqueduct
frauds wns, to forfeit jPOof his pny for
nine mouths and to be reprimanded in
orders. The President approved the find
ings. The Sliaron-Althea Hi'l case was !ifore
the Supreme Court of Cal fornia on the " 1
on nppeal of Frederick Minron, the drn I
Senator's son, for a new trial. It was
developed during the day that the famous
contractor matringe had Loen destroyed
by tire August 11 last.
Henry R. Smith, the pnymas'tr of the
United States corvette Essex, who disap
peared with I.'JJO of the Government
money, lias been found nt the home of his
mother, crnz?d by 1 quor and the money
ADDITIOXAI. DISPATCH HH.
Cleahi.Si, house returns for the week
ended May 4 showed an average decrease
ot 1.1 compared with the corresponding
week of las year. In New York the de
crease was HI '.
A special from New York reports the , 0
ciaiiiinru un men preparing to ioru
white lead truL
The authorities of Schleswig have re
fused to recmd the dtcreo cxpel'itig cer
tain German-Americans from the islands
of Amron and Fohr in the North sea.
TnE remainder of tho re. cued passen
ger nnd crew of the Denmark arrived at
New York on the th from the Arorrs.
Major John N. EnWAttb.s. a well known
newspaper man of tho Missouri Valley,
died after two day s' sickness at Jefferson
City, Mo. on the 1th. He was. during the
war. in Joe Shelby's brigade of Confed
erates and at the cSoa served in Mexico
The Polish priest at Manistee, Mich.,
was assaulted oa the street recently by
bis parishioners. The trouble originated
some three months ago. some members of
th congregation claiming that their pew
rents were extortionate. The militia and
the fire department were called out tc
quell the rlot-
A private letter from Morrilton. Ark.,
states that an attempt to assassinate ex
Sher.fT Harry Cohlentz had be-n made on
the s'.reet of that place by Oby Bentley.
The tiouble crew out of the election
The sniners on a strike nt Getseakirchen.
Westphalia, engaged in rioting the other
day aud wrecked a number of shops. The
police dispersed them with drawn swords
and order was restored with tne assist
ance of a detachment of troops.
George Francis 1 rain ended his recent
fast by a lecture at Union Square Theater,
in which he argued that abstmeace from
fool was a cure for all the ills of the fiesh.
Desttrcctivk fires were reported in tiie
Minnesota forests being worst os Ike line
of the Duluth and Iron Range west to
Thompson and south beyond itarnam. and
on the Northern Pacific as far as Norman,
seventy miles beyond the Northern Pacific
A crank fired a blank cartridge at Pres
ident Carnct la Paris on the ila. Oa te
ing arrested he stated that bis objsct was
to right his wroags in harlag be-a pun
ished unjustly by the Governor ot Mar
tinique. It Is reported that a Kurdish chief who
recently escaped frosa prison ga: hired a
number of bis followers, attacked an Ar
menian village and seised several prosif
nent men ot tne Tillage and poured over
tnens petrclenni to which taey set fire sad
watched Uttlr Ttctinsa slawly nor
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NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.
Joseph L. Webber, who fifteen year
ago created a pan.c at Freemont by a sys
tem of bold forgsrirs in which he se
cured JU.tvJ, wa rec-ntly arrested in
Arizona and taken back to Fremont for
trial. At tho time he committed the forge
ries he t!.d but was capture! in Illinois,
taken tack, tr.ei on eleven indicnvnt
and sentenced to the penitentiary for live
years. His wife, who was a very attract
ive woman, succeeded ill secur ug h.s par
don in five mouth, after which he disap
peared and hi. ca almost forgotten.
When in jail awaiting trial William Rey
nolds, who hnd been swindled out of $7 M
interviewed Webber in jn I and aste 1 h m
to d.sorge the $7 5?, as it was too .mall a
sum te pak about. Webber refused to
do it, when R-ynoMs assured him thnt
that ;7.&0 uuuM follow him all tho davs of
bis life, aud the sequel prue that Rey
nolds has kept hi. word.
Perkins. CoCNTY is struggling vainly to
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oy uoverntnent surveyors.
It U stated
that the cheap moun tsof earth substituted
for stones have been washed away and
nothing now remains to prove that the
work hnd ever lieen done.
C II Randall, editor of the CentroiK
lis World, incurred theeumitv of certain
persons during the recent bitter cauuly
seat tight in Banner County, and re
was appointed ;Hstmsster at Centropolis.
The other day he received a notice from
Wbitecaps. signal "Hisneis." warning
him that if he took possesion of the otlioe
be would be "liuched." and notifying him
to leave "Uaner" County in ten day.
Twenty-five representative cltueu were
armed to the teeth to see ttie editor
At a recent convention of the farmers
cf Polk County, held at Osceola, re.olu-
tlons were passed not to Luv any twine
binders tills season, utile, s the uinuutac
turers of the same ru iranteoclieaptwine;
that thirteen cent- per p uid was all that
tlio farmers wuuld pay for stan lard twl.ie
und if they cm Id not luv for that price
they viiu.d buy n) twine biudtr. this sea
son; that they would take otf the hlndi-r?
dii the machines they now iia e. pur on
lemporaiy jiltitforms. and bind bv hand,
i.r tiiro.v olT grain unbound, the threshing
machine owners Inn lug agreed to thresh
loose grain at the same rates as !ouud
C. E. WoiiTHiXi.TO.v met with a thrilling
accident at I.incidu the other day whilt
down in the city well ciliug tli michinery
preparatory to commencing work. A
rubber coat he was wearing ciught in tht
shafting, which was turning at th- rate ol
seven hundred revolutions a minute, and
stripped eveiy stitch of clothing from hi
bo iy. With rare presence of mind lit
caught the si I.; of the tower and lull on
with a tenacious grip, thus saving his life
beyond n question of doubt.
rOH selling a pint of nlcohol an Aurora
diug clerk was recently lined ;l..i
Saloon licenses in Norfolk Imiu
been raised fp'in cMO to jl.OJJ.
A SALUTE of one hundred guns was firen
by the cadets on the University campus nt
Lincoln on the centennial anniversary ot
the inauguration of George Washington.
A (ittil'KAV on an Oinu.in cable road ran
over what he supposed was a man lying on
tlio track ut a street crossing th other
morning. When the car was stopped he
started lor the police station to surrender
himself to the authorities. He was noon
overtaken and told that th victim wns
onlv a well executed straw dummy.
WiLliKR sportsmen aie jubilant over th
organisation of n driMiig park ussoc.a
t ion. Already $1,700 has len subscribed
and more mimes are to be secured.
Grounds will be purchased In rge and com
modious enough to have the county agri
cultural fair, which will go to U ilber in
1 HE Whltecap lunacy is said to bo br-nk-itig
out in a mild term in remote sections
of th State.
lil'ltni.AltS lately visited the store ot
John Y.ilicrtl in I.inwood and secured a
yeur's stippiy of dress patients, tin !t
wear and furnishing goods, valued at J.'VH
Fifty dollar- will U paid for the capture
uf the thieve- and the goods.
CoNiIIiEKARLK excitement was lately
caused at Loup City by the arrival of a
corps of engineers, who proceeded im
mediately to survey and set grade stake
for the Ituig-titiked-of water-power canal.
An air of imstery seemed t' suuouud
them. No one knew nor cou d it be learned
by w h'liii they were employed or in
whose interests they weie working.
Tin: farm-r. of Webster and York
Counties hate lesolved that tifteeii cunts
is the mnximuin pi ice that they wilt pay
for bludi ig tw intt this year.
The jewelrv store of G C. Know Ron. at
Uxfuid, was broken into the other morn
ing and jW worth of jjwe.ry stolen. En
trance was effected by cutting out the
pane, of glass in a back window.
A late tire at Lincoln destroyed the
treet paietnelit block .aw mill nnd badly
damaged n Iturliugfoti passenger car.
EMIL i-CIIOTT. living about siX miles
from Osceola. had n vn'uahle team of hoiss
struck by lightning the other morning.
He had jut liarne-sed them to the plow,
and went one round when the storm came
One ol lb' horses was killed out-
The Sioux Indians Cut Meat and Yellow
Wood, on trial for highway robbry. were
acqunted in the district court at Ru.h
vilie recently. Th-- ore two of the
Indians who were in Europ with ItulTilo
Rill lat ear. Cut Meat was a Mtic,-rnan
nt Pine Ki lie agency two years. They
were considered good Indian before they
left the continent, bu bad whik tided
their heads with w r.e idea.
A HOT named Zimm-rm-in living near
old Fort K-arnei-, was fatally injircd tl
other nfttfrnoon br a neltdor. lfitch-ii.
who bad a dispute w.th the toy's fn'her
si lit a roaiLsay, anil lne in a fit of
raje ran to his house. Mr. Zimnierrnau
tearing that ne had gone tor a weapon
started quickly away with his tenia. Sear
ing his son. who had takn no part in tb
qurrek Upon returning with a Hatchet
Mitchell took bis revenge on the boy. cut
ting a fearful gash in his had.
The other morning the Omaha Cnrrtare
and Sleigh Work., Icsrated om rod's
south cf Omaha, were barnd- Los(
$liCsX There were I7i sleighs, 75 car
r.age and XI carts bsrned. The Cr was
ttie work of tramps one cf whom n ar
rested. John Dr.CsCit. a well-to-do farmer, was
struck bv .ightntag and instantly killed
the other mcmtng white po-iog in hi.
field near David City. He was sixty-fojr
years of age.
A won N by the named of Cook, who
bad Ueeu ciasiag for Ujoks and fancy
articles, was futsnd dead ia ths road near
Louisville the ether day. Sb was aboat
fifty years old and ; robatdy died of
Central Crrr boast of barisg jst
completed the best bridge spaaais; it
Platte riTer. It Is 4 .Si feel loag and
BASSETTho.d dusrn tb cor.ty teatcf
Kock County by tbemaj-rity of thlrty-ooe
votes, accordiag to the ret Wed cooat.
Sous ob trake into a r&ota occapied by
Father Scats di. the Cstioix" prvest at
RCalr. the other day, aad CvtcceIe-l ia
getting SW la aoatr froea his traax. Two
tramps were arteste.1 oa mpidatu
NoiXOLX rejo-ces over tb cerialaty of n
new railroad. Thirty tbossasd liIars ia
bonds LaT boea vete-i to tie bnSdcri,a34
sarteyars baee been tsrsed kosst os tie
rasvd to Yaaktea.
-T3- p-. .
DEATH TO TRAIKWEN.
Had rlt:!wn on the rtlirr!i tririear
Jatur.tuwii. lak. Narrow H.l- of
Ii-;rr u WWcoo.ln HmI ! Can
ait.t. i-T. Pin, Minn.. May X-A perUl
from Jamestown. Dak . tv. the fiit ec
tion of the Northrr Pacific west-bound
hunted jasenj:-r train collided yOrday
with freight Nu. lb thirtyx m es
wet. The coUUion occurred on a u-i
and the tra.ns cro almost upon
Jthr before the dancer a dis
The liremn an I en
of both tram. jumprL En
gineer Us... of the p.tst:gr. breke his
I back nnil died almost i:ura! ate. tire-
man K len. of th jaeger, and Engi
neer lte.il and Frank Krllumof tha freight,
e.cipeil without rfou injuries. The
postal cox jumped the track and .v it
c-impietv wrevk. Both e'erk. , erelsliy
injured. One hd receiveI notitioilion uf
hi. removal ami was on hi. last run. H'
! leg was I rv'.en. and be died ju.t after ibe
I ,.- .- . I....K K .!.. .1 I I .- I ...
..VU W.V lUO.iraU Oil,, VUUUr ..,
Jamestown left Wmd.or. The other cerk.
Lotin.liery, a nephew of to: a 1 Iun
bsry. tiie uoll knoMi new.paps'r corre.
undent, hid his arm broken In two
pine-1, and wa luidtv ,.aKI, Rog
gagemaster N chol. of hi. Paul, had
his arm trk-n in two place.. The train
J bore the u.unl nunilxr of pas.euger., but
I none wre injured. Ruth ensi le. and th
mail and baegsg car. left tLi track and
were badly demolished. A numUr of
fr ight cirs n etitirrlv de.ttoyett.
Three car. were loaded wlih W't.Uiuslon
I 'l'-..!. I . .. x I . .. i . ...
iii. j iioi.es, Mijicnwere .i..eii uui
riht or .hot to relieve their sUlTornc.
'lhis Is the first accident of eons (pi nice
which has happened on the lKikot.t diVl-
for ome time. Engineer IU,
Wis killed, llsed here.
thirty year, olil, and was
eugaged to le
married in aloiit ten dv. to Itt.s
Miller, who witsgre.atlv shocked at the re
ceipt of the news of his death and I. uf
f rngfioiiia hmorthage a the result.
It. mlits of ber recoverv are eutertn.ue L
When l"e jjew. of the w rrck reneheil here,
.superintendent Melab wlilj thio ur
eoiis and a wrecking car, left f .r the
scene of ttlecolllsl.ll. 3linnlei standing
of tra a or.lers by oje;nt..r at Stel nnd
the con ittctor ami engineer of tho freight
was th- ciiism of the col ision.
0! I sn. , THE W1siiM CEMKVI,
s it si U i.v, M iv n A . , e...Iunii
ccuir. d on the W.scs.iis.n t.ittiai rsd
near li iibndge, elgtit--n nides .outh.
A imssner trnm ooltlrted with tie rear
en I ol a fteitfht train wh.ch h id l-neVil
otf the switcli.
The riiir tie wn iletnoi-
dud. l'lie eiitrineer ntnl tlrniiaii. th.MiL-h
they did not jump, iniracuiou.Sy cuvd
with their lii
IIISl'T'.lls I'll In IN C IMP V
Qt Line. Mai i' !isa.tt. ti. t!.-t. arn
repotted n the Sagueuey districts. A
number of bridge, have ! en .uept away,
and there has been much dnuiage to
hotist s ami other propeitv. tSreal distress
MAJOR EDWARDS DEAD.
A Writ KttuWM Nfn.itirr Muti uf KafisssS
( llv I He. .Tier I i, ll.ils' lllii,...
Knits. CltV Mo. Ma .-Major John
N. Klwiirls, nu editor.nl wnter f the
Kntistis City Time, di-d nt ten ..'c'ock
yst-rdny mottling rft the Md'nttliy
House ,n Jitfer.oii ( tv. II- hid U-eti
hick but two ilavs. Major Ldwatd. wus
one ot the le st known nnw.p.iper men m
the llf.i, R.. ii n liorn In Virginia fortv
s v u y e.ars ago and learned the printer's
trade. In !ihecnmi to L-nington. In
this ht.ite, and wor.id at hi. lrrvl unttl
ill- civil war bro.e out. lie etili.trd in
the Confederate arm nnd seried until
the clo.e of the inr a A IJutaut on Gen-
eral iShelliv' taf
tliefl Went tO
Mexico and served under Max tu iian for
a year when he went to St. lul nnd
worked on new .papers of llintntv, Vt tn
lwl,s ,, ls7'J n wa. emploved oil lh Tittles
of this citj. nnd after that hwn.eoti.
Iiecte I with th" Isedfilin IetniK-at nlld fsf.
Joseph n re.ti,. In Januarv, l"""7 bf
came t' this oitv. and has since ben en
iriiged in writing e iitorial. for tin- Tinin.
He wa instrumental in the surrender of
Frank James after Frank's brother Js,
ha. I li-en killed bv I tab K mi.
His remains w ill be hrt'ttght to this city.
No nrr.tugeiints hare l,9en made for the
ttitiernl fnrtfter than that th .-rvlee, w ill
b held t lus tate h' tn.. 7"Ji (.'nmplII
striet. Mr. j .r I !w aril, left aw low aud
three c.ii.Jr, 11. two girl, nnd n toy.
All lstemteil Knout I'rrtli.il mi IIiefMiv
eriinieltt. St. IIIS May fr. Jacob l.ittl-. a CtiN.n
solder, died in Andet.unnJ pri.on, and
in 171 his widow was crntitel n pension
of VV a motitli. She mnrr.ed man Hnuieil
llarnes, nnd disl tn I,, liarne trmk
Irs w ife. peii.mn paper, and went 10
IVtti. (Viiintr, Jlo.. where be marr-ed a
imlow named lingers. He indtved her
to impersonate th decease! Mrs.
I.itt-e nnd she drew the pi on. Itarrie. 1
ilie.l n I., ami tie wi Jo to,t up
Mttua st MempSH iae- Ketiirmer 1 In
dat- agcreeate 7sI Ule.. This - '
ceeil. bvSflte U-a the entire t-CU '
for roaav yr-vknt yr Th-vtt.mz of .
tbe.ereo hondrsnl thsosaedth l,no . aa
th- oc" t..tor. of n bsg JehfSeatB lT mew- J
lrsof fbenxcbaBge yesterdar foren.o.
Ta-biacibsssrd. were ll,srleiv dee-!
si lib teue r t nm
a f P" a water.
and obitopajjaf flowJ
Lie O . May X- K s, tUn,ad pa...,.
.e trim nn Ice f h e, i A- A Iian fie rrM.f I
... ..... . .- . .,.
coa...t.ng of t-o caches of. migrant., bad
a narrow ecp- fiom t.nr -r-eed n.ar
had framed and
A croitiag over a csiV'rt
fallen in. and the o;l-
neer d.-d not diec-7sr it antJI ithli IV
time last week. -w York estaUI.tsnitts
srsmors darx-'iat. tsrSBptiac aad aodac
ttTe thaa ev,r o tr.ch so tbat for,
koavaa astare scocwrabsv I was f.sslf
clov-f at a clove ousW ta oe at tie
larr:et.b,libmea)'s ta tte
OpIile BJ were tss ft'-
city. Ja.t !
looifng at a bn f ms( sUk rfr
kind that arsr worn at f.B-cy bU. Ta-a
lrSs were vrry prettify 4reJ, Tbey
wore dlretoire gvwat of s.-relty wvo
was gsee j ot tbe gvit tost a
pair of tbe fVrcsi and i-arutl tiB V
tfct C?iK. Who ImTsVesiiatjeJy Siif-SS-I
tbswB lato kr vmS. Ttea s UxrXl
aressd to - f tar . o4erric
kr. St gUr! at I stared at Jfcsr.
Tk- .Itttato rstUr droattsc. ta
as ertdraUy friiU-e4. fct i&r wa
reily occaj f- fsafc 1 rs
: frkl oi z&sz day SUt Uj tttU
tttftTy. ii.-4ial txrarr v tsiUy aarat
bT tiW9 siat WAS t HM sVtTestlod. 51
ltsssstJtiIra4x:TolMr .ssMm 9ml
mm cirja. Msjr iter Mastt
fsg gssMsWr -jm Jgti jyystj 'jsssf
w ,th n man name I .,e, Mb. . ante-l ,o . i .'heT ur," tlZ?ltZ7 7, I w'tM V" ""--- ' ..
stop the frand. a,t It - n-.po.o.I b-r to i, " wT.a oof. iut." A' iT" ,'"" .
conti.no it until tb.y.talo.1 aUittf j '"'! VfcJ r "s LjlV.l'r U."e mlMla.r.a.
1 ear ago. The,, .he ee,.i draw,nC ,h. "J"? "JZZ ZT X e B'1 .,,,, U,,r"l",,f-"1 -.
re.ngstont. Mr.. Itsr. -s. arr-.t-d ' L Ul U !! i8'"' a'ro'1-1 " ' - .tt-lton ft,.,
yost-rdar at Som-r.-u Orart V e-,r. and " " V. 21. fcTr.aJ .,7' J" 7' "n,- u, , Th. ttuJ.
hltte was taten lato custie.y tb.s city. ', . '. ".tTua. ?' "' H-,1" " - H .-.! tta-
, lmt.aCne , ,..we.,. " J.ff..o. tos,7 a. a fW.m. a.nii Wmtl,f . J
Mritnis Ten. Ma. i-Tb-receipt, of """ 1b " c- i-psi- sn, tm l wnMH4 -la. uT.w-s!
feet of H-.tatrjp th, tt.l--It ttv. , .tuew. Mf K,. imu'Z7r
cowcatcher imms.Jl.t-lr or the d.tcfe. pntsmm Wlt tJb.,r to ST wS
which... .fu: twenty-fir. feet ds,s If wW. J -JJZZZ
asl twentr ft wide. tolled t tbo fr-aJsV.t. Tk7 J
fcr tto ftrst asa
doejvet. -.Ukij, !ts asrf pretty J " I M gio.
tiwae. ,ts e,fl, ftfc4rs.:'r."rwrs.c ie ,w'' Nt
rirt to w.. tttrc tb-at wt ri'sfcJV ,-1 - a lSrf,,
XT '. eswsl,- ... .Uf- . Mt8llt.iW,stwtr C3. flw
ssMisssst mm etfm. Mmw tWr asiasst ssasl 1 ? P f ? isv sssssl smssaoa. fsssilnai i f
ssSSSssol tsSBslssssss SsMsSAsBsVssssV sstsst ssssssssssssssssss7sSsssflBBBKp'B IsV' 9fes9'ttMSjAs''asssVaaa tsssssssssl asssBBfBBSsSl SssssssesSr''
oe-,esssSse ' ' ' .'.sBftasSssSjpass , - sssssssiawsSBaams-- rrim-rmmmmm,-wmmmmlmlmmmmam,,-m
Cuti.ut I .,-,. f-4t
Lomx-. JUv Li.(i,wa Wall.-,
the ri r ; ik,,. 9 t ritsxlMu.
w.i. trn nr J . in. i .. Uitqa-t i.t the
,l s ir .!. Tsr sr2VM vtsa '
pr-a m taM Wi- ltd Thur-!
I law. sur Lt.ss arU.r. Jat4 M-0rta.
ii. r. li. N. Kr. it, P. K4uiad
Ya,i Arcn K-tMds lUtc UnKJn. '
j I-l 1. Cspu.j istviw. u. Aaai(l Sir '
&a '.-.., '
1. 1 last uaw k;. m a was, jvr-
.ided. ptwcatI t. Mr a.let a e4..l
i.vr KinK jj"fraj ntii I drk.
(tovernor Wl r ,j. r vhas ta bsmwr
wn. intrHiteU. ( lt h,ui.!. but tr tfi
tfv.untr of k.rt Iwnnti r,?r"Ul..
f- i. .1-1 i ...... - . . . i
i" KMrt4 .;jsIs(,
; l. uortiR, Jtjiy
ne.a ifti.i,t-r t garland.
. , , t e e . . .
1 ou J CtlwlwL
, ?.-.. Il..... I tl ,-.. t -
.. " ' " , ' "--
v"i ijs -.u irusoi iw jur iir
and ir R-Irt Kotrr .H ttint ttoUJ
had dune tuorw than IttnUtrr fti.p and
Mr M alter lo slrentheR lae bend
friendship ua.tin,; the Ani. -j rc.
A lun.1 tu th. tip-i.tb of Pre, dent ilar-
risAjn a. r" ed vlth euttti.ia.m nd
w rei Mitrl t- t Mr llsnr, U hite.
the Amer can (.hKred'Altaire.
Colonel Krrd tirant. th- oe AmtrUan
illni.t-r o Au.tna. . eatbu.nttcMy
welcome.! Bnd bs rd hi. acknow lelg.
luruts. tut he di I imt :uat atir reitiatkv
AniOUg the itertitnl. at the txtliqurt Mere
I illlniu II oil. (.hai'e. I Ukt !!.
Oakey Ha.I t'hetat.et K Kf-spf sea lves
hof. Sir Vrtimr sultan. J K. l)T.e.
Rue!i Younr ami a nimils-r of
I other Of prt in Hnnise and dl.tincusm.
- - - . m ..
srnlruint lu Ii.rfU l'rt of III. P-ij ml
in Itr Ita (,rliiiiiitrl.
Ws.stiiM.tus:. Mav 4 - T& iiSiUmr i!
the eji. ra -art ittartiA. in lkMi"f
Mi J r t! J I. 'Ik Ui, N'ri f n..jiis.
who wa, trieil on eliar;e. urt-iHjC out tt
the Aqueduct tonne! frauds ws. iude
publl' n, fi-lloM.; 'Ti forfiNt to the
Unite d iiit. IM of bis -iv f-r nine
tuouiii. anil l lie repiimMJes in mirrs
Tint Hirt I. thus leu en I ia lleivnf the
eildrice 1 f l it tl.lt ill ! Csit i
flne.1 -i. thtse .iUitci the ar It tu lh tuttne.
It w a nln. . uiipi.it .e t secure thur
ougln go,t v . under the ..ntlnns sy-
ti III til po.v i bv l.-in." Ibe .:ttlte lis
bevtl approird by lbs I'rsi.ideut In the fol
low inc tne,ai;e-
, K "It tc VtiKiui J; Tte pewee'
I l"i;. Hnittt.-4Mt .eniFBre nt lie eis.r. waitl
Q tke ce '. Mnr 0rrell J l.)Jeekef .wie
I id the r. r (jteefst. re pproi -M &a3 W1
! Ciirtl'4 't,' r'l T!e TaiAICrn i. tfce
2i H.e n( tli . . rir-r . (tie krHN-t ' tr
liik'ti umt uut-'lest iiuif It uintin iw
j'TMnt from a tnHttsrf '.)oul point ehe'ter a
peeunUr (,,, ,j or j jj j, aj( tbw nor
rrt.ii.rtit lltt it,at vsrs ere.t U. atrf lai
fnlenre ha.e lbflirt.it on Uw en.
munllj 1 r x Oelsr nbtrb tstr- i.
suited fnsn t- fi,te Ut rtiws of
proHiplIr the .Ij- jsxt f-.u4ulct rli.r i-r -t
Ui3 Hurls l. , Burftal. Te ts.'feitsua ttut lv
strict! t nac eA, rltbfst ,tjperil.lr. . t Hie
XKSiri,. .f .u h 1 unfit Is jiwerJe. ! .lelssjl
brut mrterl the iluti,i xblcti are pe. .rinl 'n
the nsnlra' Iv. m the ruse . a ttrei t to the
en Ineerini; J I-..1 n east entirety ls.ilsl
le. TLe .t n"e wi "j tiie syr( "l.
to Lae flleij (n' .Crat t. rir s;,.lUia
latit mtfibl ml irate tfce vCense
Ilt sj mis tr.HIMsi
OUTHRIE LAND FRAUDS.
li.rg,. I'rix'il .iclii.t titaitrtl. -I lie
I sit. Ivctl I', I. ate.
Vt ASMISOIOS May I S-frelaiy Noble
tias rcei ed rejMn t. frwni two mki1 land
In.pectors wli..ni be had nt to iniesitl
gat allejtr-d frsudulent land tiaa.'.ctiuii.
at llilthr'e, OxUl.otns ti Unil"l Mat.
till inl.. Iltld eetsll) it, p.f.lill. s hl
had I'.efi ii ..n. to. lifer l-ef-.le tt.e oMif.
ng day by n..ummg lb guise vt depot
mir.liaU The K rlnry U.d the efitit
report l-efure th Cl'Hel llieellrtg. isber
It lulls !.. Ili.od, A1 the '.t Us, on
of the mtetuig the Kenretary d-
clltietl to male (inhf.f Hie reVlft..
lul hI thnt charge, uf frau-iu-'ent
transaction hmd teti so ludr
.Uttitllied. Ib.t the 0,-lsl. mpiiraled bad
l-ri notlflnl t pure-lhetuels If thej
twild. Attmi ev.ltenertt MHlr also de.
elifi.il tu inaLe puldie lher-ont.nl. of the
reports. Ut iwlsus .eiie-i that things
United lie fur the af!) l.il. utile., titer
ceuld o etr tws)i -. It it undrtM.d
'bat tile il!l. isl tuiduaed are Marshal
N .l.e. nnd the resrl.t'r and resfTr of
tti (iathrie Lu J-sidsee, An nT,titt4wi
w t.i I carri'd h l the Attorney. Ier.
eral and refarT N ! j'llV. and If
the- CiciL run li'it elear lhrmwir.1 tiler
will le ilioiii.i"! and tie Isnd fraudulent
ly claiiursl will " !- aIImsimL
The lriincbif, t I'tsit I ,f,,lee..
ltlliwisi.il U AU.MAyt . b-e erentb
liy w( ti.e !. trial msi the .a.t. Mr
Ha t ln is e ti.e r .ifi seMf.b eter.
dr m tnrz -eaipyc m r thi two
" "'i"w"' ,T ---'--. Jls-e.
h"' tw rt,MM Tt si af1af to th
"""" "" " '' it J '.
"T0 ! " "" ""''' "s su-t
"" w' ,rlw" '"'J'Ow. U,.a u,
lk" ,n wr 4 th' ?n ai tie t-t,.
" al Tbe g.e, otnfin
ntn s '" ' lbl the R.
if eA Vsft wtH or Jar n trj.j
ebnge of aette,
e m 1 ....
Mr lllaleal Hsik .Ammhm.
., , f J. jT .
..... . .. ' ' "'
, ,4,T wre,,,- Kiig very o.ij -i4.j ti.
1, , 4 M Umtt, rf . tt ni7
J t-itM ...,.r,e ,. a,.,... .
I lr Cli-d rm blT4. aesoSBrAanU-l -r
- - - - ... ,.H H.
Mr Kds,.rJ., tb. Ckar,. Affslss,, 4
Lt wek ,W
Joe tvf Cswcrs-t 2 A.
lofjratiw taat ts jra f tef fc.b,
had t-s rsUaeJ 9f iim UHr ,.t. t
- "" "' - by ;
raff iies !. o
mmt j a f-rs f e-s-eraj tW.M4! 4se4w,'lK
' j. ' tCdee t... .rr-ete-l iff. Or-e,,,.,. y
1-S-. ll... ... t J. . .. J
. .r... .. r.- srpasl rres5
ta j.tov--r is a .5tlit (rverr -iUr
is., v.rj ajsj ta mru lis
UAj was srvi&.
Terrte tsti. ef tTJUM.
AbutxVrts. s-svr UnZi4 kiH&e, e uj
JUlitasar, A OtJ txJtv4. 4 mlfm
UtA a.cSt. Aai Sss;r later rt tt0M mm
tvt&.st tssraia i ssisvso --. .
f TsSH)l4b srsSS
JMv "Uast s
- . sl mJ .. ..e-aaj
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SSv 1SSsBSBSSSBSSr ssssssssssSl sssssm sjggMmMSSsadS tf a.L esW.. a .a. a .. iSssssw SPsssssSSJsSSSS
. jtn, m,4 t "
--e'sr -- .,..
Th u iis - J-r- om!.-
rratr, I T. Ma? X-T- 'uZ
,hr -vrk iC tb fit 7 Jo-
JSeS.e- I- -- 7-
3u.e. and tes.1, th.t b.truet-t ..
In rnq. -d of Vwg .- m'
AUn.,ii . dU,C -
fc. . -. - ih .Ms.rs
s n. itiii sspsh v - r m
)n U J wsi --- r w
4 at ?" -
j how., . rM tiH ta wueJ
i.iv,.r. Uu.t ta Tuw ittn-,
,ri.y tniec wn y. UM riT a
,tr.u t suit rtb-f "n V" 'T
Njiij .trt U !
t, . m .r..rsjat rA
I W ".w
. n f )sVOTRK.lali sowe iwfla.aUst
I !nl tnt
:. -rn fs9pla ii"fs i -
lng thst all sr , ' l-ty
. ft id aad U Ish-cae ." . --
Tht. w b tv uf?d lf -banana-
, In tb .arret b UtVWsv grlly -
. . . . ..... Am rti!?rnt s-ar.
rr.i-u ,."s-m-. -- ,
w.hseten ivK ' 1 o-ful viU
. . li... lM,lTtniT tb'lf
tii a. i?n j' "-j " .
h.M,.. a.,d .i-k Uswkwali. and for
w.rd An nd gn.tloa Ks. -"
i .. .. " , ,. ,.v,.r t l's.
' r,l were ordered t varrv s4t theurlfilna.
,,,,,,. of ,. jp. to e.st4c. Ha-
I yr u f nwt'p,wu,tJ. that an? thing can
,,.. u.in ,b. feiluc is running hltl
in mttv uu.tt.f --in fact, yesterday nvH-
s,sr- ss' ,- - -------
feeling was tltpsysl " " -"'
preceding day Jamt-re of lot"
bung in.fBiy. and ....r.l lii.tani-. '
cuira-l wher- .erloua triHlW a. nf
rwsstr aierl-l, but K s-rliM.. tMwibl
Mi.. Nannita IUt. the Ok boms Udy
l.v.n.er. s.M, .he! IhriXIgb the arm '
J,vtAN.U Kb eugllieer MiUleit HUf
fswit.wb, had Julill hr elHu MJ.
I..!.v s a. mak ag .t t r elaln.
after Bllttii n t, ind was ruet b btarfrtnl.
b.lNr.. these shofa at her 7b lad U
not ser.Hiy Injarest M... I.y hs.
ai.nr filend wis- have r..led to see
her r'lgbt. Hs.teetskl S aiturd pir lo
have aUildvwssttsI .''" Ufur- tle
nVlofli ..It )l 1,'ileV m Milr ti state out
. cl m and tsie then sH.rtji.mJ hi.
trifv o 1 te a erl 1 uf 'n.Linas h
K lmo. t o?er4K" th httfrs, tnil
Mi.s I)isf'VSstKt with them and Ssaf
f.d as nsfi ! conliuu l psesttt.
Otn nv iirfi . Mir 3 - twine..
. .L. .... mne
U the Bit tsttsjr eleetion fa eltr Ht
j ers sa bld In tA abulia Otv and
j complete Cif) X' VelMneht ebiMen. Cap
taut H I. I on lb, tit teittpuratr mayor
1 Jstd A fW daJegK l-Sllle bl H
suisrssssuf and etaltenl iiiator. TU
I election passrd vlfqu'efr and while th-
Ifilmdsvf UiMilr aid Itr James Mur
ray. thMther sreaiididat- fr th it.ar
ora'ly iMitiirt. are f en disappointed
Vr defeat uf tbeli ealidldalea the will
gle their healtV aill'lHirt tu I rtlstallt
' Couch and the sittier duly electejj tiOiirlals
'and from I III" time for-afd all faellon.
I Will tw united and Will's, logettiei In liar-
miHiy f'r the ll t tti.d ng nf tile tfity
1 Cpward sf ' bwildntg are tiering
mmplelion in nitt,,-, of flflv bud ling.
ir dai that ha been tHnlm,t.d iln
the 'teltic ft UseTsri ltor The ltltelis
flank ntiened pa disor. ye.l.rilay and It I.
the tit at tank ! engage .11 business la the
rllr. The Ok abeina Times l-iiiiianf are
res?eing llioir material and plaiHug It lit
a tent, not liar.nrf lh able tit secure
lURlWr fr a lHl..dlll,I. Tbey espeet to
ls.tl a paper nelt week X r Holllll. of
tbe Hstlir.lU HvtMtriOn, fll'O Intend, e.
tab. shl'IJI thvtOlatii.Mil1 (let. tie at an
ear y dale
Ill.Cn. lo( ieenea Allrfeil t ll,l, Time
Wretat Hie .ll.iuUI Itslt.
NlC Vuftt Sfar a1b- U'siflil sai-a.
Now tbal the eeuleunUl t-alj 1. Her, p,.
pin whit m I tram tl'J to JCi aptee to etr
I npJe in It. and slim, tun wa. repre.
,-rie. ,r the flguraO. are taking suit th
l.itnneo tn rr ti-t.ru. The tstUU of the
Ih.1i irtMirs Were ttUtef.,) nlh fault
finding. 0, all .He, ( .,. ,,,Hreded
that th centerintsl bstli wa the
biggest esvesttire failure f tbe Celt
lltr. Poo pie who wete l).it rsaesipeUstt
to speak were Kisidestin desiar1rt4 tl Uil
a monument of inespsotty and Tttlgarttr.
A Mr U'ard M- A r.ster read bt. )iriv!e
di.ia'ri,-. tn ,U .Vashlnatssii iMist s
ettii siwnt .oi.e..Ti.prail an, fu.uei
The .ee. In the supser rtm can not be
Ucrlled safel-In a h.t..Mr. ,(
sloe the p.ne- of the TiJrl-. su t
sailed in . by lb ! rvtutit have
suh s'artiliiif esMttra.t. !-(, etu...l in
strntlar snrcwm.tartcea. Wbet, t . I
that th- sseiter. fe-ietoer and
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