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The shippers of milk to Chicago have
under consideration a project to do away
with aalddleaMa and supply customers
Russia, will begin the coastruction of
the Traas-SiberlaB railway at oace.
Government officials will hare complete
Tme British Government denies that
fever prevails to an alarming ezteat
among the grenadier guards bow la
DlftECTOK-GEXEBAIrGEORGB R. DAVIS,
of the Chicago World's Fair, has issued
aa address to th press of the country
to reader all tho assistance possible to
the great project
Miss Fankt IX MunritKR, who is the
author of the serial story "Felicia, in
the AUaatic Monthly, is a sister of Miss
Mary Murfree, better known as Charles
Govkbxok Ross, of Texas, has received
a check from Washington for $145,037,
which is the balance due the State from
the United States for defense against
Indian and Mexican raids.
That portion of the Union Pacific
line between Ogden, Utah and Pocatcl
lo, previously narrow gauge, has been
changed to standard gauge, and tho line
between the two points shortened nine
Gkokgr McKay, who left his wife and
two children fifteen years ago in South
ern Indiana, returned and found his
wife living at Minneapolis and happily
married. A day or two ago tho wife of
two men died.
Tiik Grand Duke Nicholas, uncle of
tho Czar, is in a critical condition. The
cancerous affection from which ho has
been suffering for a long time has at
tacked the brain and his physicians pro
nounce the case very serious.
Da. ScnwEixiNisKir, the famous anti
fat physician of Bismarck, has gono on
an extended tour of Europe with tho
object of increasing his weight lie has
grown as thin as a rail, and his nervous
system is thoroughly prostrated.
Tna manager of the Hotel Metropolo
in London denies the story that Colonel
Pepper brought a night-clerk to his
knees and wrung an apology from him
in that attitude for insulting remarks
Tub Brule Indians of South Dakota
are moving their tepees to the land
adjoining the agency buildings, in
order to receive their winter rations
without having to travel any great
distance. The Indians lielieve tho com
ing winter will be long and severe, and
are taking every precaution to avoid
Mil Gladstone has been giving his
opinion of tho new United States tariff
laws. Ho says: "Tho Tariff act is, as
you will suppose, in tny eyes a deplor
able error, attended with severe and
cruel consequences to innocent persons.
I shall certainly desire to find an oppor
tunity of offering remarks upon it in
Tub marriage of Jeanne, daughter of
Alexandor Dumas lils to Vicomto Hau
terivo took place recently. Among tho
guests at tbo wedding, which was
marked by simplicity, were MM Meis
aonicr, Halcvy, Sardou and Claretie. A
striking feature of the church ceremony
was Mme. Albani's singing of Gounod's
Genekai. Claiiksox has been made
the recipient of a solid silver envolope
inclosing a solid silver two leaf letter
with tho engraved signatures of one
hundred employes of the First Assistant
Postmaster-Gcnerars office. Tho pre
sentation was made by EL C Fowler, of
Tennessee, chief clerk of the First As
Sunday observance is steadily gain
ing ground in Paris. In the West end
the great majority of the salons are
closed, and the railway companies have
lately agreed not to reckon Sundays in
charging for the warehousing of goods.
The post-offices, too, are to closo in
future at six p. m. instead of eight, and
the two evening letter deliveries are to
A dispatch from Chicago says fiat
Western freight affairs are in bad shape,
particularly now that the division of
traffic scheme has practically fallen
through, owing to the inability of the
roads and the arbitration committee to
agree upoa tho proportion of traffic to
be allotted each road. Rate-cutting is
being freely indulged in oa all sides and
there is no telling where it will stop.
Lymax E Kxafp, Governor of Alaska,
In his aaamal report says that the law
prohibitag the sale and manufacture of
intoxicating liquors la the Territory is
a dead letter, 'except as to the Indians.
Liquors of tie vilest quality are sold
openly and ia violation of the law, even
to those whose families are suffering
for the necessities of life. The reason
aMlgaed for the inefficiency of the law,
the Governor says, is that prosecutions
would bo of no account Grand juries
refuse to indict and petit juries refuse
Through the stupidity of an engross
ing clerk, unable to write the English
language grammatically or spell cor
rectly, the laws recently passed by the
Legislature of New York are full of ab
surd blunders and contradictions. They
are a disgrace to the first State of the
Union and will, no doubt, result in cost
ly litigation. A specimen blunder is an
amendment to the charter of Saratoga,
which declares: "No contract for sprink
ling shall, however, be made for a
longer period thaa foar years, except
horses and more thaa six spriakliag
A 8CCIXJ0X aamed Lederer, employed
in the kitchen at the residence of
Archduke 8iglsmundat in Illiyra, Aus
tria, has been arrested oa the charge
of patting arsenic ia the food pre
pared for the table of the Archduke.
The Archduke and his suite partook of
the food and all were taken sick a abort
time afterward. Medical aid was hasti
ly summoned and the doctors arrived tn
time to neutralise the effects of the poi
se. Lederer's sole object in -placing
the poison in the food was to effect the
dismissal of the Archduke's chef, who
had incurred his enmity.
Assistant Sbcbxtabt Chaxdlkb haa
made a decision in the ease of Joanna
late of ceaapaay L, 8eeead
artiuerv. The recori
4aat te April, MM, while olaimant
an detail, water! ag homes, 'he was aa-.
wiled by a esmraas who, with his reval
ue head, fractartag
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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Qlaanad By Tlegraph mnd Mali
WAX AJfD rOUTICAI.
Feabs of another revolution caused a
panic at Baeaos Ayres on the 7th. The
Preaideat aad oae of his Ministers were
taken to the barracks for safety.
Exglaxd has called upon Portugal
to make immediate settlement of the
indemnity demanded for tho illegal
seizure of a British steamer ia East
Pbof. Jon U. Hewitt, poet, story
writer aad mus'cian, died at Baltimore,
Dr. Jonn W. Lawsox, Farmers Alli
ance Democrat, baa been nominated for
Congress in the Second Virginia district
General Johx IL Ketch am has been
renominated for Coagressby the Repub
licans of tho Sixteenth New York dis
trict The Crown Princess of Sweden must
go this winter to Egypt for her health.
The London Times says there is no
reason to quarrel with the United States
over the McKinley bill, but the less said
about friendliness and kinship between
the two countries the better. The
article urges Canada to adopt free trade.
The French Cabinet has charged M.
Roche, Minister of Commerce, to frame
a bill to bo introduced in tho Chamber
of Deputies, fixing a maximum tariff
upon exports into France and giving
the Govornment power to make conces
sions to those countries whoso govern
ments in their tariff laws favor French
GovEiixoit Eagle, of Arkansas, has
issued a special call for the election
noxt month to fill the vacancy In the
Second district of that State, caused by
tbo unseating of Mr. Breckinridge.
A dispatch from Buenos Ayres say
that the reports of an imponding revo
lution are without foundation. There
is no reason to foar trouble The city
and tho whole country are tranquil.
Reports of an extra session of Con
gress are donied by Private Secretary
Empekou William has arrived homo
from his Austrian trip.
Grxkkal Jouhekt, ex-President of
tho Transvaal Republic, arrived recent
ly at New York on a pleasure trip.
Da. Roiikkt Sacasa has been reelect
ed President of Nicaragua for another
term of four years.
Two men-of-war havo reinforced tho
British squadron at Mozambique. Tho
commander of the floet says that as
soon as the Stein gunboats are fitted to
gether ho will proceed up tho Zatntozi
Dillon and O'Brien, tho Irish Nation
alists, forfeited their bail at Tipporary
and suddenly disappeared. It was
thought thoy had taken passage for
Samuel F. Millkk, Senior Associate
Justice of tbo United States Supremo
Court, was stricken with para'ysis on
the 10th. His condition was critical.
Mmr. Bonnet, in whoso possession
were found p'.ans of tho defenses of
Nancy, has boon convicted of being a
German spy. She was sentenced to five
years' imprisonment and then to pay a
flno of 5,000 francs.
A thief was tracked in Now York tho
other night by the trail ho loft of stolen
Cholera has reappeared in Toledo,
Spain. Four cases, ono fatal, have been
Diphtheria was reported spreading
in Minneapolis, Minn.
A dirk explosion occurred at tbo Du
pont powder works, Wilmington, Del.,
on the 7th. At least twelvo persons
wcro instantly killed and many shock
ingly injured. Two villages were des
troyed and about 509,000 damago was
A itLUPF overhanging tho villago of
St Piorre, thirty miles from Quebec,
fell recently. Throo porsons woro killed
and eight injured.
Sells Bros. circus train was wrecked
at Latour, ia the eastern part of Ar
kansas the other night Threo valu
able horses were killed, ono elephant
badly maimed and tho rolling stock was
By tho burning of a farm house noar
Middletown, Conn,, Mrs. Jebial Tryon
lost her lifo and her husband was badly
Rube Burrows, tho notorious train
robber, was reported captured near
Myrtle, Monroe County, Ala.
Tub sixteenth annual convention of
tho Catholic Young Men's National
Union mot at Washington on tho 7th.
A passenger train was wrecked near
Cellto, Ore., and Fireman Howard fatal
ly injured. Two other trainmen were
badly hurt but tho passengers escaped
By tho breaking of tho truck of an
emigrant sleeper noar Sargent CaL, the
car was derailed and an emigrant killed.
The Mississippi constitutional con
vention provided for funds for four
months of school per year, to be de
rived from the poll taxes and a general
A fight occurred between soldiors of
the garrison aad workmen in the Gov
ernment factories at Spandau, Germany.
Before the combatants could bo dis
persed three soldiors had been killed by
the workmen, who greatly outnumbered
their antagonists. Many on both sides
wcro severely injured.
A horriiile condition of affairs is re
ported in Arabia, owing to tho ravages
Four of the six boilers at tho Ducly
lumber mill at Muskegon, Mich., ex
ploded, injur.ng six men fatally. Cause,
low water ia the boilers.
Apartment houses have been multi
plied to such an extent in New York
that a decline in rents is imminent
Rure Burrows, the outlaw, succeeded
in freeing himself at Linden, Ala,, on
the 8th, turning tho tables on his
captors, whom he locked in his late
prison. Burrows then went to tho hotel
where a man named Carter was guard
ing his money whom, his shot and seri
ously wounded. Carter bravely attacked
the desperado, however, and succeeded
in killing him.
The corn porters of tho Allan -and
Wilson-Hill steamship lines at London
have struck because of statements made
by the line's managers concerning their
shirking of work.
Tax first pension certificate under the
act of June 27 last was issued in Wash
ington on the 7th to George E. Dwyer,
company F, Fifty-ninth Ohio vol u steer
infantry. It was for SIS per month.
F0RBE8TALL A Bbos., the St Paul
(Minn.) contractors, have finally been
forced to tho walL The liabilities are
f9M.aat and the estimated assets $50.
e. The failure was dae to a labor
Williax Spbague, Jr., grandson of
Chief Justice Chase and son of Kate
Chase Spragae, committed suicide while
despoadeat at Seattle. Wash., receatly.
The shortage of ex-City Treasurer
Fitxpetrick, of Tern Haute, lad., has
bean fixed at $1S,W2. divided almost
aeally between his two terms. The
arasaid have been horriMv
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diaa, "Is serving on the United States
graad jury at Sioux Falls, 8. D. This
is the first tlawafall blood has ever
served in such a capacity.
Nebraska has 4,fea,m popalstkm;
A dispatch from the Congo State saya
that the authorities iatead to issue a
decree impoaiag new taxes, priacipally
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Pittsburgh, Pa., damaged the structure
The Lottery Company has bean for
biddea the use of express compaaiea ia
The AtlaataCoastitutioB ia ia trouble
with the postal authorities foe advertia
ing a Christmas drawiag.
Prices of glassware have beea ad
vanced five per cent
At the closo. of the service in the ca
thedral of Koumkapec Turkey, an Ar
menian in the congregation fired two
shots at the arch-priest Neither of
tho bullets took effect The man
Cattlemen have been ordered out of
all the reservatioas la the Indian Terri
tory, vacation to be completed by De
The Canadian schooner Finlaad has
arrived at Victoria, B. C, with 2,531
sealskins worth f 18,090.
Elinor Fleexer, a young woman liv
ing near Newton, 111., was burned to
death by the ignition of turpentino
which she was UBing to clean clothes.
Pullman's vestibule patent has been
Mary Anderson's insane lover, mur
dered an asylum physician at the Kings
County Hospital, N. Y.. on the 9th.
Assistant Secretary Bussky has
ruled that enlistment into tho Confeder
ate army to escape captivity is no bat
to obtaining a pension.
The New York, Lako Erio & Western
railway has issued a circular, in which
they positively refused the demands of
Frank White has been arrested at
Carbondale, Pa, charged with criminal
ly assaulting a deaf mute girl seventeen
years old, named Annio Caveston. He
narrowly escaped lynching by aa ex
cited mob after ho had confessed tbo
The Italian committee of tho Chicago
World's Exhibition has been dissolved.
Tho reason given is that few Italian
houses care to send displays to America
in tho faco of the high duties imposed
by tbo McKinley tariff.
At Tecumseh, Ala., a man named
Dandy killed his wife and brutally beat
his daughters, one of whom will die. It
is said Dandy bad beon intimate with a
lowd woman, and whon his wife and
daughters found this out they hunted
the woman and boat hor. This aroused
Dandy's anger. He escaped.
Slavin and McAuliffo, the pugilists,
have been committed for trial by tho
The Southern wing of tho Christian
church has been reunited to tho main
The Vermont Legislature has passed
a resolution asking tho World's Fair
managers to havo tho grounds closed on
Mrs. Charlton and Mrs. Devido havo
just opened a cat and dog hospital, nur
sery and crematory in New York.
Turerculosis has been discovered in
a numlior of heads of cattlo in George
town and Bedford, N. H. i and tho peo
ple are very unoasy.
Twenty-one Chinese captured on a
sloop at Port Townsendi Wash., havo
been ordered sent back to British Co
lumbia The striking London corn porters of
tho Allan Steamship Company havo re
sumed work on tho company's terms.
One man was killed and two fatally
injured by tho fall of earth on thom
while thoy were working in a gravol
lied, near Arkadelphia, Ark.
The Indianapolis Car Company has
been placed in tho hands of a receiver.
The inquiry into Schwoinfurth's
"Heaven" at Rockford, I1L, elicited no
facts to substantiate charges of immor
ality. Edward Caton, a cigar maker, com
mitted suicido in tho roar of the White
Houso by squeezing his head in. be
tween tho iron railings of the fence and
choking himself to death.
Tite case of O'Sullivan vs. tho peo
ple, otherwise tho Cronin case, was con
tinued in tho Illinois,, Supreme Court
until tho next term on motion of At-tornoy-General
The Vatican is greatly displeased at
the proceedings of tbo Catholio congress
in Saragossa, which havo prejudiced
tho interests of the Church by their vio
lence. The ill advised action of the
congress is attributed to Carlist in
trigues. AODiTioxai. DuraTCHxa,
The Michigan Supreme Court has de
cided that a colored man could not be
discriminated agaiast ia a restaurant or
other public place.
It is said that Secretary Blaine has
contented to stump for McKinley.
The Oklahoma Democrats have nomi
nated J. G. McCoy for the long term in
Clearino house returns for the week
ended October 11 showed an average in
crease of 4 5 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. In New
York the increase was ft 4
At Como station, in the suburbs of St
Paul, on the Great Northern line aa
Omaha traia loaded with live-stock col
lided with aa Eastern Mlanosota traia
bound for Duluth with miscellaaeous
merchandise. Six men- were killed and
Five men were drowned at Kingkora,
N. J., on the 12th by the upsetting a
Tmc Grand Duke Nicholas, of Russia,
has gono insane.
Rev. Ai.brrt ScnEFFrjut, the oldest
member of the Redomotorist order in
tbo United States, died at the commit
nity house of tbo St Michael German
Catholic Church. Balt:more. Md. He
was eighty-one yoars old.
Tiik President was at Indianapolis,
Ind., on the 12th, attending church ia
Four lives were lost by a fire receatly
which destroyed the Putnam Hotel,
Adams aad .La Salle streets, Chicago.
In a collision botweca two' sections of
a freight train aear Thomasboro, I1L.
two tramps were killed.
Two mea were badly hart, twenty
cattle killed aad several cars wrecked
by a collision between a stock aad sec
tion traia near Lake City, Minn.
11y the explosioa of the boiler ef a
locomotive aear Huntington, lad., the
engineer aad firemaa were badly ia
jared. The Republicans elected all the State
oScera aad member ef Ceagraas ia the
reeeat Wyoming election.
Mme. Patti will build a ayaafegaa at
Craig-y-Nos, her residence in Walea.
, Mtas Wikhie Davis haa repudiated
her engagement to. Me. Alfred Wllkinr
son, of Syracuse, N. Y.
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Th dwelliag on the Stillwater stock
farm Bear Calhoaa, owned by IL J. Kea
dall. bunted to the grosad the other
eveaiag. Loss, $lt,tt&
While driving at Kearney the ether
afternoon Dr. J. A. Haggard aad wife
had a serious ruaaway. The horse took
fright at a motor ear aad raa away,
overturning the carriage. Dr. Haggard
Was nicked an with a broken let? aad hia
wife received a fractured araL
J. F. Tritner. a cattlemaa, was re
ceatly rua over by a freight traia at
Weepiag Water aad bad oae foot cut
off,' besides losiag the great toe of his
' Mas. Julia Mohr, of Lincoln, whose
husbaad, while iatoxicated attempted
to murder her, has sued the man who
soVi her husband liquor, laying her
damagea at 5,Mi Mohr is ia jail
awaiting sentence to the penitentiary
for shooting his wife some time since.
It is stated that the bogus lightning
rod men have hit upon a new scheme to
swindle farmers. They send a man
ahead who bargains with a farmer to
buy a horse. The bargain will be made
to pay for and take the horse in a day
or two, but the horse buyer wishes the
farmer to siga a paper as reference. He
does so. The horse is not cared for, but
the other parties come along with a
written contract for 8150 worth of light
ning rods. A dispute follows, and the
farmer, to keep out of a law suit, com
promises for HO or 850.
The other day two valuable stallions,
a pair of mules and three farm horses
were cremated 'in a barn belonging to
William Willis, near Gresham. Tbo
loss amounted to $2,500.
Henry Mohr, who was found guilty
at Lincoln of shooting his wife, has
boon granted a new trial on the grounds
that the district judge in giving his
eharge to the jury read the wrong sec
tion in the statutes coacerning the pun
ishment of the crime.
Orro Cowee, of Grand Island, mot
with a peculiar accident tho other day.
While putting a bridle on a horso his
right arm suddenly fell useloss to his
side, and he has not been able to use it
since. The arm seems to bo so dislo
cated that the palm is turned to tho
rear. It requires considerable force
with tho other hand to bond it forward
at all, and upon releasing tho pressure
the hand immediately flies back.
Joseph Wright, who was recently re
leased from the Missouri penitentiary,
was met at tbo door of tho prison by an
officer from Nebraska who brought him
to this State to answer tho charge of
stealing two horses.
Tnx three-year-old daughter of A.
Nickel, of York, while recently playing
on the banks of a creek, fell in and was
The Census Office has comploted tho
count of tbo Nebraska schedules, and
the official figures show a total popula
tion of 1,050,703. According to the last
census tho State contained 449,:0 in
habitants, and it has therefore gained
607,413, or more than doubled in ten
years, tho rate of increase being about
135 per cent
John Bennett, a woll digger, was
overcome by gas the other morning
while cleaning a woll near Leigh. An
attempt was mado to savo him. but ho
fell hoad foremost into tho well, and
before he could bo brought to the sur
face was dead. Ho loaves a wifo and
three children in poor circumstances.
Joseph White, a grain dealer of Pick
roll, recently had his foot so badly in
jured by the accidental dischargo of his
gun that amputation was noccssary.
Pensions woro granted tho following
Nebraska voterans on tho 7th: Original
invalid, Corydon A. Patrick, Hebron.
Increase, John H. Linscott John M.
Taylor, Loup City; Gilbert M. Hawkins,
Mantaskot; Joseph M. Klinkor, Ord;
Georgo O. Aubert, Western; John W.
Roimor, Hardy; August Witmann, Kent;
Warren Tusselman, Leigh; Bernhart
Olson, Hartington; Fred Gosling, Ne
braska City; William S. Motler, Genoa;
Martin II. Wcscott Malcolm; Lewis
Farber, Noligh; Georgo Lambert, Hay
Springs; Daniol J. Lee, Blair; William
Ivroitz, Lexington. Reissue and in
crease, Elijah Glcason, Utlca. Original
widows, ota, Jerviah N., widow of John
A. Sbockols, Minden.
Anna Etouoh, who teaches at Prairio
Island, Platto County, fell and broko
ber arm tbo other day. Notwithstand
ing this sho kopt right on with her
school and carries hor arm in a sling.
A thief entered tbo houso of Uonry
Heyor, near Desbler, the other day, and
extracted $24 from a plethoric pocket
book, but had tho kindness to leave SCO
in the purse.
The city marshal of Wahoo is a bravo
man, but he is afraid of a woman with
a hatchet A woman in that town put
up a cow for trespass and the marshal
went to get it without paying tho dam
age dono by the cow. Tho woman took
a hatchet and defied the officer to open
the barn door. He paid the damages
and took tba cow.
The other day Miss Allio Chambers,
of Niobrara, swallowed a bone, which
lodged in her throat and had to go to
Norfolk to have the impediment ex
tracted. Louie Lirurock, a prominent farmer
and influential German, of Seward, was
recently killed by being thrown from a
Frank Hurst, employed at the Demp
ster mill in Beatrice, had his left band
frightfully mangled between cog-wheels
while oiling machinery tho other
Dollie Leserve, a young woman of
nineteen years, living in Syracuse, was
charged by 'her brother-in-law, James
Rudge, with being criminally intimate
with a prominent merchant, and retired
to her room in a very depressed mood.
An hour later she was found dying, and
confessed to having taken strychnine.
She died protesting ber purity. She was
to have beea marridd ia a day or two to
a very estimable young man.
The Union Pacific Railway Company
has had its right confirmed to 960,000
worth of property in Omaha claimed by
tho. heirs of Heary B. Mayes, of Chi
cago The road had hold aadisputed
possessioa for over tea yearn
Geobge Keller was receatly arretted
at Plattsmouth for a murder committed
in Keatucky two years ago. He had
beea dodgiag fhe officers ever since.
Tux report of the wardea of the peai
teatiary showed that there were 3?v
eoavicts la tho prisoa September 1.
There were received during tbemoath
12, and discharged 15.
Geobgx Mabttx, a farmer aear Gresh
am, receatly fell ia front ef the kaife
of a corn harvester and had his leg cat
in a frightful maaaer.
Tax village ef PickreU, seven miles
aerth of Beatrice, was nearly wiped eat
by fire the other sight.
Baknkt Nkkdh am, a tough character
waa receatly abet by an ettoar aear
Schuyler while resisting arrest
ABoefelliatoalsa-teetwell at Gar
den, the ether day, aad waa takea'eat
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Carry Off Four.
FIVE DIGWMD 15 IEW JEISET.
Tarrlato rrtah Traia CaMafea
rual, MIm.-U Men KO4 m
Chicago, Oct 13. By a fire whieh
broke oat ia the Putnam Europeaa
Hotel, Adam aad La Salle streets, early
Suaday morning, four lives were lost
and a score of people had Barrow es
capes. The fire was caused by the ex
plosioa of a keroeeno lamp, which had
beea left burning in one of the hall
waya 'The burning oil ret fire to the
stairway and soon a sheet of flame burst
from the rear windows. An alarm was
immediately turned in and a second oao
followed fivo minutes later. The in
mates of tbo houso were awakened by
the Boise of the rushing engines, and
nwoke to find themselves enveloped
in smoke, whilo the flames could bo
plainly seen making cotuiidorablo head
way. Ladders were run up by the fire
men, and those who did not got out by
the stairways defended with tho aid of
the firemen. Mrs. Minnie Robinson,
who was sleeping on tbo fifth floor with
her hunband and baby, became crazed
with fright aad, rushing to the window,
leaped to tho pavement with hor infant
in her arms. Sho was terribly crushed
and lived but a short time, but, mirao
lously, the Infant escaped unhurt
By two o'clock tho Are was under con
trol and the firemen began ajtoarch of the
house to see if any other casualties had
occurred. In a room on the third floor
Edward Peyton, the colored porter of
tho hotel, was found burned to a crisp.
The search was cont nuod and tho fire
men soon found in anothorrootn on tho
third floor tho charred bodies of two
other men who had boon caught In tbo
trap and burned to death. Up to i: 15a.m.
theirnamos bad not beon loarnod. It is
thought that tho casualties aro com
prised in tho story above.
Mrs. Minnie Robinson, ono of tho vic
tims of tho Putnam Houso flro, died at
the county hospital from the injuries
suo receivoa in jumping irom iuo win
dow in her room. Tho two unknown
. !. . ...
mon who woro burned to death were
indontified as Thomas B. Dowlor, of
Now Orleans, and 11. Kirk Salras, of
Calumet, Mich. Dowlcr was a profes
sional gymnast and was formerly a
teachor of athlotics in New Orleans
Of Salms little is known, but ho was
supposed to bo a traveling salesman.
8KHIOUS KKKKillT WKKCK.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct 1& At Como
station, in tho suburbs of St Paul, on
the Groat Northern line, a fatal smash
up occurred last night An Omaha
train, loaded with livu-stock, collided
with an Eastern Minnesota train bound
for Duluth, with miscellaneous mer
chandise. Tho trains wero running at
top speed and both were completely
James Hill nns killod, ono man fatal
ly injured and four seriously wounded,
as follows: William Johnston, of Wash
ington, stockman, fatally crushed; Ab-
solotn Anderson, fireman, crushed and
scalded; JohnGonda, engincor. severely
cut and bruised; James English, brake-
man, burned and back broken; Frank
Young, conductor, cut about tho head
and ribs brokon. Thirty-flvo freight
cars were demolished and both engines
FIVE aii:x lKOWSKI.
KlNGKOK.v, N. J., Oct 13. Fivo mon
wero urowneu m iuo river yosioruay
by tho capsizing of a boat They
wero Solomon Fletcher, aged 2'i; John
F'etcher, aged '.!.!; Angolo Fletchor,
aged 24; C F. Murray, aged 43, and
Alonzo Cannon, aged '-'J. lho first
three woro brothers. All fivo lived hero
and woro bringing twenty-three largo
pilings, each about fourteen feet long.
from tho Silver Ltko ico houso, in an
open boat with a single sail.
lt warded at
Camkhox, Mo., Oct. 12. Thomas
Greening, a farmer living seven miles
north of hero, shot Bill Lohman, of
Winston, whilo ho was firing Green
ing's barn and bouso. This is the third
time Greening has lost a barn and once
before a-houso by incendiarism in tbo
last four yoars. Becoming tired of the
work ho bought a shotgun and kept vig
ils for tbo past two years with tho above
result Lohman was shot through tho
chest and will die. After being shot ho
drove homo three nailer on his cart Ho
had borne a bad reputation all bis life
and lived in Winston seven years, ex
cepting two yoars ho served In the peni
tentiary for stealing. He was suspected
of burning J. B. Gurnoy's grocery store
and tho Winston Independent office in
1882. Greening is highly rcsjiccted.
IN THE HANDS OF A RECEIVER.
rat' are ef the IndlnnnpnlU Car Company
IsmaxaAh.!, lad., Oct. 12. Tho In
dianapolis Car JtoManufacturing Com
pany concern, eniving 800 hands, has
been placed in tnwhands of a receiver
by Judge Taylor, John Vorhes, pur
chasing agent of tho company, filed the
action demanding tho appointment of a
receiver, alleging that be holds the
company's promissory note for f2,000
past due. lie claims that the company
is insolvent, having debts amounting to
f 1070,000, while the assets arc but 030.-
000, and f75,000 of tho liabilities are now
duo other creditors, who are likely to
bring suit at any time. Colonel Charles
Millard, presid'ent of the company,
thinks tho receiver will be able to coa
tlnuo the business and probably in time
turn it over to the stockholders clear.
Unerl Batter at M. Jseea.
St. Joseph. Ma, OjL 15. General
Ben jam la F. Butler passed through St
Joseph yesterday morning on n special
Pullmaa attached to the regular Chica
go, Rock Island d; Pacific nasseagn
train, en route to Saa Francisco. He
made a brief speech to n crowd which
a-s.--.mWcd at the Union denet
The wea'tblest conr.ct in tbo O-io
vn.tcnt ary. except nr E. L. Harper,
.s Arthur P.card, a Portage Couaty aaa
whodoaaed the stripes the other eight
for obo year for burglary. Ho is a
young maa and the black sheep of a
respectable aad wealthy family. Just
before he waa takca from the jail to tha
penitentiary he received not ce of the
ccath of a relative, by whose will "a
received f IMtaaa.
Queen Victoria la very toaaelewa af
tho ra'e that aha ahaU hear at leant eaea
a week from members af her family
scat ia ether laada. aaa likes letter
-Uade" Ed Stopaeaaea, reputed to
be about lie years eld, died in Helena,
Ark., tan ether day; Tha aid saaa
for ataay years Jtaa dated all events
withretoreaeeW-'Aa years the etora
toll.' sad af tfymaielslasi ha waa US
m Ka&B'aMai aaiaaiBM .y-- .-i ...... -mm w aawaamvaa an .- aawaraar ''KraHaai
MIS WESTERN VISIT.
St. Josxra. Ma.. Oct 11. The
deat looked en a eloaded eky agala
yesterday moralag. Whoa the rialas
eall waa heard la the naslesaere at
the Freaieeat'a traia entered the
at St Joseph aad backed dowa to
station, where the crowd greeted
PresMeat He eatered the depot hotel
oa the arm ef Colonel A. C Dawes,
Secretary ef the Navy aad other
hare of the party followiag.
The Preatdeat was tahea up stairs to
the balcony ef the hotel, which had
beea twautifallv dratted and adorned
... - r... . .v
wiin Bowers, uts appearaacv oh
balcony was greeted with proloeged
cheeriag. Celoael Dawes introduced
the Preaideat to the crowd, which filled
the streets for fully a square.
Presideat Harrisoa spoke briefly, ia
which he expressed pleasure at meetlag
tho nooole. "Wo are here," he said.
"as American citiaens, not as partisans
as comrades of the late war; or,
aro those here who under tho other ban
ner fought for what seemed to them to
bo right, wo are here to say, oae aad all.
that God know what was right when he
cast the issue ia favor of tho Union and
Constitution." He concluded as follows:
Now again, united usdVr Ha amp!n Kar-nnti-eor
pe aonal liberty aad ruUlc cur
It y; nnltod again under na a we have
at jrtl forward. If are true fa our obli
gation, upon a career ot prosperity that
would not otbrrwiM havo been poealble.
Let u, therefore. In all klndllaeaa aad fstlh
lulneaa In devot on to the right aa God all
glvti h light to aee, It. go forward In the !!
Charge ef onr out tee, aettlng above every
hit g elae the flag, the Cona'itution and the
law upon wbJch all rur rights and all vur
ketuiiti-a arc baaed. AppUuae,
At the conclusion ot his speech tho
President was takon to tho waiting
room ot the hotel, where a lino was
formed aad aa in formal reception lasting
fifteen minutes was held.
At 7:28 the reception was cut short
aad tho President returned to his car
and four minutes later tho train pulled
oat for Topok
Topkka, Kan., Oct 11. A hoavy fog
enveloped this city yesterday morning
and a light ml.st mado it uncomfortable
during tho forenoon. By eight o'clock
thousands of people had gathered on
tho streets to greet the President
ot tho United States. At an early
tho fair grounds wero de
serted and the '.'5,000 old soldiers.
with 150,000 other people, wero sta
tioned on either sido of Kansas avenue
and Qulncy, Harrison and other streets
sloBg tho rout of tbo Prenliont's tour
of tho c ty. Tho town was Rally decor- halr-dresser, who made a point oi pir
ated and a fourtcon-foot banner. lo.ir- serving all tha cuttings of his ' .ob
ing President Harrison's likenoHH, wan
stretched across Kansas avenue, bearing
tho words, "Welcome, Comnttta"
When tho train arrived at 10:30 an
immense crowd greeted tho distin
guished party. The streets from the
depot woro thronged and tho President
was frequently cheered by the old sol
diors as tho process ton moved. At
Tonth street the President reviewed
the line of veterans. It n-fjuln-d eighty
minutes for tho parade to pans.
Aftor refreshment.- at tho Copeland
House, tho procession moved to the
fair grounds, where :IO,000 veterans had i
assembled. Governor Humphrey Intro- ,
ducod Mr. Harrison, who rescinded by
paying a high tribute to the soldiers
and to tho State. After addresses by
Senator Ingalls and others the Presi
dential party was driven rapidly to the
depot and loft at four o'clock for Kan
TIIK riHXIPKNT AT KANSAS CITT.
Kansah City, Mo., Oct II. There
was a heavy shower of rain just before
the Presidential train reached hero yos
terday afternoon at r:45. and tbo dis
tinguished guests wcro driven in short
order to the Coates Houso.
Tho reception was held at tho Ex
change building, whore tho President
arrived at 0:15, after staying some time I
at tho residence of his brother. J. Scott
After being introduced by Major War
ner, the President said:
"My Fellow Citizens: I will not at
tempt to say more than that I am very
grateful for your kind, cordial and geu
uino Kansas City welcome. The arrange
ment mado for me to meet and greet as
many of you as possible, and tho early
hour I must leave for St Louis precludes
that I should attempt to speak further.
I thank you kindly and will do every
thing to facilitate the arrangements of
those who havo wished me to meet
Applause followed the President's re
marks. Then the crowd began surging
up tbo cast approach to tbo balcony.
Two times a jam could not Ira averted
by tbo police stationed at the head of
the stairway and both men and women
wore thrown down. Onco the Presi
dent was crowded back and a man
shouting "They aro trampling
on these women and killing
them." almost created a panic. People
ran back to the curtain, but Ma or
Warner and Secretary Tracy, Mayor
Holmes and others manfully attainted,
for a few momenta, tho police in avert
ing what might bavo been a consider
able disaster. Tho President wa
very much fat'gutd. Hundreds of peo
ple shook his hand and almost in too
rapid succession to be counted, until it
became too unpleasant to be continued,
when the great unwashed had to con
tent themselves with a look a they
At precisely tea o'clock President
Harrison stepped aboard tho special car
Gladys, which was to bear him to St
Louis, and became the guest of the
Preaideat' al recept'oa committee cont
here from that city.
Jte Caaag Maw.
MixXKArot.!. Mina, Oct IL The
Amerlcaa board of the Congregational
Church this morning listened to tbo re
port of the committee of thirteen on
orgaalxatlon. The board appoints it
own members. The committee recom
mended that no change be made. The
report was adopted with two disaeating
Lkavx9woth. Kan., Oct IL The
jary iuvestlgnting the murder of Mrs.
Matilda Davis retaraed a verdict last
eveaiag aeeaaiBg her basbead, David K
Davis, ef the crime.
pAtoa, Oct IL Five persons were
killed aad forty ia jared by the explo
stoa la the pyretochale school la
Benrgea yesterday. Tha aadtosef the
lve victims ware hlawa to The
disaster waa ceased by the
fn workman who was firing
Baby, to tha
Gat IL 1
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anm4aax94xan Wap ffMafxl Gxa aWal axWa S"' p" amhtttf fM
1 V BsmatS-sMal mmtffc fxto MvW W9 MaWa I
iLZZTiMkhteiasB ahrase wereto xaar
Tv. - - - tor Tears,
avr. wnua" rrr " - w- - - ta mmmmn
torieaea toJassfii, very hapaJhr. anil
raved, am eaUre Ml ml earner. They
Masaam.aara4a1Ma,to awe- w
stoat aide to P"r7'i
u. . --- " '- la toe
prevldeace ef Oed,wae eaHei 1-i
veassief essassea ema ceasa pwg"
JTTmsIsIs' -tiiTi-t ton Lard.'
-ZTZ . .- ill! I 1 till
Taese aennevBsvn wiih nn .
Vaew that early t !2i? .TZ L"r
Ufa with aaaasaa. xTJe aartasr m toe
grew mahTess at ahlarsa7ale,
BUly Oreearaf Taitoia, ml.
After Ann dkd" sajra -Uacle WUT,
. .lAM.. .Ita. whaa tha wind hhrW the
rnia agaiast the roef , Abe weaht net thar Ja
the grocery, his eihews ea hU kaeea, his
faoaia his hand, aad the toara ruaala
i .i.. it aaa wmiU aatC thar ia I
throurk his lager. 1 hate to nee aim ion ,
had, aa' I'd say, 'Abo deat cry; aa he'd
lookup aa'nay I (mat help IV tUU, the
rain's a fallta ea her.' "
There are away who ana syanpavhlae with
torn oreroowcrlaff grief, aa they thlakef a
l.t toeed am when "the rale's a fallla on
... a ... , LIJ
-"---' - -
her." What add pelgaaacy to the grief
tome times Is tao inongu iaa im o
might have bora saved.
Fortunate, iadoftl. Is William Johanna, ef
Corona, L. I., a bulkier, who writes Juae ,
1$: Last Pehruary, ea rrtaralag from
church one night, my daughter eaasphwaed
of having a paia la her aakle. The pain
gradually estunded until her entire limb
was swollen aad very painful to the touch.
We calUxl a physlclaa, who after oarefalra
nmlnaUoa, pronounced It disease of the hld
nevn of long staadiag. All we coald do. did
not acem to beneit her until we tried War-
ncr'a Hafo Cure;
from toe first
neucnl to improve. Whea she commence!
taklnir it she ooukl not turn over in bed.
aad could just move her heads a UtUa, hat
llevc I owe tlte recovery of my daaghter to
Card aal Xfnw1 Hair.
A nust extraordinary fad has been
developing itself since tho death of
Cardinal Newman, nnd that is the dt-
siro to posseas nome relic of the ICl
ecclesiastic. iae moat nongnt-ior
vonlr is a lock of his har. During the
laitt twenty rear the Cardinal was
I walUd on every day at the oratory by a
ject's" hair, expecting all the tl
hair, expecting all the time to
stimulate a demand for It when the
proper time nhould coma. II has col
lectod a considerable store of the hair,
and sinew tho death of tho Cardinal ho
has been busily occupied In the distri
bution of tho precious relic, and Is
coining money as a result of his fore
sight and caro in storing theao loekn
the rrotlnrt of i Fertile Drain
UeKlauratit keerHrn havo long ltn
troubled as to how to got even with their
boarders Josephine Driat, of Net
York, has got out a patent for them.
Itciinttl.ttM of a tahlo and nUjoI. tioth of
I wh,,.h run on an ,,njit.M chaln. Tho
diner comes in. takes a seat on n stool,
pays his twenty-five cent for hia meal
and it Is set before him. Tho table
then begins to movo and tho man moves
along with it It continues to move
him till ItgoU to thoothorond of tho
room, and at this time he is supposed to
havo finished his moal. for his diaho
slldo off around a wheel and his stool
slides out with him. There Is an end
less chain of thoso stools, and the pro
cession of diners and dinners goes on
continuously. Frank G. Cartentorn
A orkat mistake perhaps was mado when
T)r. Sherman named hi croatrvuiwly 1'rlrk
ly A ah Brrrr.iia; but It in prcautmsl thatttt
that time, all renusdirH for tho blood, vb.
wto called Hitters. Had ho called It Prick
lyAslflteKulator,' "Curative," or nlmot
nnything but Uiltn, it undoubtedly would
havo uicredcd all other preparation of
Similar character. Tho namoMittrraintnlft
lenilintf; It i purely n nicdlciae, and cannot
be lifted as a beverage.
Task your puizle to the druggl'V-be
always ready with n aolutlon Hingharnton
"Tna proof of the pudding la In the eat
ing of it" How slow we are b bellovo in
what wo havo not tried. How tnnnv time
huvwyou read In thla paper of Hhalb-nber
ircr'N Antidote for Mnlaria, and iuaU-ad of
bating it, gono to tho drug abr by mere
forea of habit for jour qulalnotoaimpty
patch up a fraw with dlavaasl Tbo Anti
dote will curt you. Hold by I'ruggiaU.
uioqulto I n d-pernteljr
It never reau unui i g.oa
uacd Bull's rtoraaparilla la akin
i of long atendisg. which demanded
fliaeaMra of long
a tliornugh changaof tho fluid of tho hody.
and nnv phyaiclan knowlngju rompnltlin
wllladihitlu value. W.T. Prratlaa, Lrwhv
A max will tell a lie to get aynYpnlfcy, ano
a woman will bll a llo to give It Atckkfi
Paixfrom Indigeatioe, dynpenato aad V
hearty eating ht reiicrel nt once by Uklnr
oao of Carbr'a Uttle Liver PiUa immedi
ately after dinner. Doa't forget thla.
MXV a Cowgreaamna envlea
HowMTTHaoATHunra! Why don'ty
us Halo'a Honey of llorebound and Trf
1'ike'a Toothache Irop CunslnonlBUte.
Tns crab may not bo an good anting a
the lnbtcr but ft doc very well on a Hart.
Herr. enalmt to vae'and
Bcsaedy for Catarrh. BdrBggmla.
Mas who have I
THE GCNCRAL MAMKCTlf.
sansA ott. aac ;
CATTLa-SaJaaXagatavra ... IS
waCAT-Va. ran. ..
Se a bar.
. ik. MiaaiM iw. wm
- - w m . . -"
grassmar whb irmaBi
kii w i . MmM wmmm rv
li I 11 - Ihallfl r UBTl"" I i . .u. m ln.nl.tnl with iltttwta
the story ef his lore for sweet Aaa Kut- WMM Is a icrneVwl f nncUonat dft
ti ...ik. i. nfbNdwaatroat.aiat and llfrt bn!H fcrmt Worth Ui n-
! frfa; vUl whaa noar Aaa died, aad LU-1 aiva.Ur. INU JW-r.iU a trial an,! yr-,
7t kM kMrlr kmka. Iwllluedelignieuai tipicani!r';nvfc
cola great heart nearly arose. i " . w" ,,s -.,..,,- .i .fsn.ih .
UfCAt. fTUcTH, aa bcrc not
taaMMtaf theiKea. CaUrrh ts a
or ceaoUttttloaal dtom-". and In onler
It yon mm to ten law rr
Half a Catarrh Cur 1 talln ia
acU iwctiy on wo worn
rfrnm. Hall's tatarrn vuf
MrfUHnr. It was MTribrl
neat physwiaa in Mi country
aad is a irgalar pfrr ri ptirm. u
Pit of the BMt toSK's knwrn, mm-
.aad with the brat bleed nuriRT. arUn
Erectly en the mucoMH urfacr. Thopr
fail iaBtilBTlTI of the two llttfTflirot l
pfaitowijt ca wotuVrfsl riu in
JtolBl inlarrn iVad lor wummuai ir.
pTj. CnrsaT Cw. lror.t ToWo, O.
by DrnawUM, pneo .jc.
A IAVa differ from some roo1fcl pm
arrtfUpo la tbat Uv cn mt trry nil
aaaaa hftfore M I bka.ltiittf?its;b,n
mw bmtk out on yonr trn.
aBam ptmslrt ororjrour f4 whrn ) t
m aim ueouikw, ' jr itti :
rWa and nalas. whra yor apt-tit !m
' w " ..
Ihewaelo U-tn It 1 ui'nor t a- f
It arill not lurm thf RMit
' yjjato invalid ami ha. rot Hwt u
tnm m Mrewtaturo urafo. Youwrony .r
U when you delay giving It a uul
1 - . ......, ..
IT people coy hi Rare iccir u irr trruni,
SBra pcopUt wtv.iM b acQt to tli lhr
werkl thaa weakl be calk! twek A!.an
Tn Krgatae Artnf
. JM wmm vamanaadMji mv( asawk.M i
irrop. 4,f tf hronlu MutliaU.n n4 it a.
Of the healthy aro unacnuiatl with tbo
noctata livrr rompUlni. Join Um nu k
Of this rru!r UoU lltrUTa MCia.
lutter. whloh lnntv rcu'tiUnty of u
WnrcU and llvrr, will oluU yuu. !h m-'j.
ala, rheimtlm. UWney trouble. iQari
promptly'attcvwiiib to tho Wttr. It r
regulaSra a little, tut ahrmj a. thorodh!y
CotlVOK whrt Inija rs not !j ttx
jnot suwaaful, but tho grneralty hve
tltontoat fun.Henterrillo Journal
Whether on plaiir ltnt iw buln-.
ahaM take on every trip a-UU! f rn.j
of Fhr. na It net tt plMattUy nl '
frvtuailv on the kidneys. llr ttul Uw .
fire van tlnr fever, hoil'trt' und ih.r
ormsof trk te,
Per aalo In ftia? nud ft tw botUom by a.,
A oirl ahotild alwar wrtir Iwr J-t'
long enough to lauh t it. UtiIU (Trt I
Wat not i yr eivA, by uU Wa
beat, purrat, vwrJ.?U 'hil. lKl.tUu
.Miuio rvcr miuw i-h iry it
oace you will u It Ihmj. our tfrtvor
krp llor w,u "ct lt- 1l00 ft,r l,', nnaS
Cuta with allver lluluif Kn-nch j-v
nntn with fnuicn aown In their tat. N
Y. Mall ami K pre
Maxt a poor HtUo sickly child bit -n
savciifrom the grave b It Unnl mAir
giving it lr Itiiir Wrm H.trw-r,
Which the llltto ono thouKht wtv candy.
army. Ycnow loo
m stnr jiurKu tor weien tl lnl. li'
act perlauyot.tb liver and lnl A pnrft
liver coravtor C'rb.'r' l.itu l.lvir I"ii
"DlOjou oo utiv thing of vatuolo i
Urol" "ttnly my bli,r " N V llpr
M II r 11V"
That tho war vnu feci after nm or
two of Dr. l'icri'o'a IMcoant IV1IU
h.tve dono tlwir work. You fcl
well, instoail of ttilious ntil rottsti
r.atcl ; your nick lioml.-tolio, Xix
acM anl indigestion .tni pmc 'n
onr mildly nnd rosily, Vhk You
don't havo to feel worno before you
feel K-tUrr. Tliat is tho tnuihln
with Use huge, M-faahionttd fill.
Tlresa aro garnll, ftigar-coaUMl, rac
iest to take. One liltlu Pclli.t's .
bialtve, tlirttj to four aro tstthartic.
Thoy regulata and cleatiao the Jlvcr,
atoraach and bowels- u!ckly, hut.
thoroughly. Tliry'm tlio cArfjC
pill, ahl by dmggUta, becauso you
only pay for thm good ynm get.
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