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imw Imla January if the Chambers
will Benetton the props!,
The Gtrmu art Eag lish fsctieas at
the Reformed Chuck at Sherwood, a,
'bare taken their disputes lato the
coarta aad the church is closed.
Adyicks from Zanzibar state that the
Sultan's decree abolfahiag the slave
trade is almost a dead letter, the Araha
persisting ia the tramc aader the very
ejes of tho authorities.
OF THE WEEK.
nUmdBy Tttacxmph and Mai.
Patbick Dklaket, who waa Implt
catcd ia the Phocaix park murders aad
was serving a sentence of life imprison
ment aad who appeared as a witaesa
for the Leadoa Times before the Par
nell Commission, has beea released from
Officials of the Sou them Pacific
Company have made a personal investi
gation as to the cause o.' the accident at
LakefeaMsb, sear Salem, Ore. They
claim that the track was tampered with
and have ordered a reward of 35,ft0 for
the arrest aad conviction of the guilty
Tiiekk is a regular exodus from the
Mediterranean shores of consumptives
to Berlin and the hotels are rapidly fill
ing. Many Amer can doctors have sent
Bottce that they are going to hear Prof.
Koch's lecture on the new euro for
tuberculosis. A host of foreign doctors
The Prince of Wales recently sent an
intimation to Count Festetics that he
would bo accompanied on his visit to
Schloss Kcsslhely by several friends,
including Baron Uirscb, whereupon the
Count curtly replied that he declined to
receivo the Baron as a guest in his
house, and so the Prince abandoned his
In response to the inquiries mado by
Pcsttnaster-General Wanamaker as to
whether advertisements in tho news
papers of "guessing contests" in their
various'phases were in violation of sec
tion 3,984 of the Revised Statutes as
amended by tho anti-lottery act of Sep
tember 19, 1S90, the Attorney-General
has submitted his opinion, in which he
holds in the negative.
The Illinois State Board of Railroad
and Warehouse Commissioners has de
cided to adopt tho uniform classifi
cation of rates prepared by the stand
ing 'committees on uniform classifi
cations appointed by the convention of
railroad traffic offlcinla.held in Chicago
December 4, 1SSS. The Commissioners
consider it much more satisfactory for
all concerned than tho varying freight
classifications now in use. The change
wll take effect January L
The Emperor William has summoned
Prof. Koch to a personal interview, desir
irg to learn the details of the results ob
tained by consumptives with the treat
ment found by the professor. It is
Etated that the treatment has been
proven efficacious beyond question. A
Frankfort telegram to tho Berlin Post
says that the Emperor has made a gift
of $350,000 to Prof. Koch, and has given
another $250,000 to endow a national
institute at which the lymph used in the
treatment will be produced.
Tins Indian Comm'ssion has con
cluded its labors at Darlington, L T.,
having secured the number of,
signatures necessary for the opening
of the vast reservation lying between
Oklahoma proper and the Panhandle of
Texas. By this treaty about 3,500,000
acres of the best agricultural and graz
ing land will be thrown open to settle
ment The Commission will proceed to
the Annadarno agency to treat with the
Comanches, Kiowas, Apaches, Caddoes,
Wichitasand Delawarcs for their im
rX AMD YOUTfOAL.
Miyhtui Lixcour says he doe not
iatead to resign his post ia London.
A bkvolvtioy is underway ia Hon
Exp&oub Staxlet delivered his first
lecture in America to a fashionable
audience at the Metropolitan Opera
House, New York, oa the 11th.
The total vote of the State of Penn
sylvania for Governor was: Pattisoa,
Democrat 44,2vf; Delamater, Repub
lican, 447,665; Gill. Prohibition, 1,175;
Ryder. Labor. 3,225.
The remains of the late Major-General
George Crook have beea taken
from Oakland, lid., and interred with
military honors in the National ceme
tery at Arlington, In the presence of a
few long-time friends of the dead Gen
eral Officiaj. returns from all the coun
ties in doubt show that the South Da
kota Leg s'.ature is lost in both branches
to ' the Republicans. The Ilouse
will probably give four majority for the
Democratic Independent t ustonists.
while tho Senate will bavo not less
than three, giving them seven majority
on joint ballot to elect a United States
Complete official returns elect the en
tire Republican Stato ticket of Iowa,
including Luke for Railroad Commis
sioner. The vote for Secretary of State
gives McFarland a plurality of 2,800,
and the other Republican candidates
pluralities ranging from 1.550 to 3,779.
Tub dinner to Hon. Allen G. Thur
man occurred at Columbus, O., on
the 13th. The banquet hall was
filled with leaders of the Democratic
party. Mr. Thurman, in responding to
his health, confined himself to remi
niscences and to a positivo statement
that he could not be a candidate for
any future office. Ex-Presidont Clove
land spoke on political subjects.
Damec S. Api'LETos, of the publish
ing firm of D.-Apploton &. Co., died at
his home in University place, New
York. Ho was stricken with apoplexy.
The Democrats of the First Maine
district have decided not to contest
Reed's scat in the next House of Repre
sentatives. Tho leaders now contem
plate an appeal to the House that a
committee bo sent down there to in
quire into election methods.
President Ciiamheiilaix, Prof. Smith
of the agricultural chair and Prof.
Mount of the engineering and Director
Miss Eva Pike have resigned from the
faculty of the State Agricultural Col
lege at Ames, Iowa. Prof. E. W. Stan
ton has been appointed president tem
porarily. The official canvass of the Ninth
Michigan district results in the olection
of II. H. Wilson. Democrat to Congress
in the place of 11 M. Cutcheon. Repub
lican, as previously reported. Wheeler's
plurality Is 48.
Ix speaking of the tornadoes Signal
Officer Greely says that it appears from
data ofi hand that in no State may a
destructive tornado be expected oftener
on an average than once in two years
and that the area over which the
total destruction can be expected is ex
ceedingly small even ia the States most
liable to these violent storms. Ho be
lieves this matter of great public im
portance and desires to impress upon
the people at large how small are the
chances of personal injury or loss of
property in this connection. He says
that tornadoes are not so destructive as 1
Commodore Geokoe Dewey, chief of
tho Bureau of Equipment in his an
nual report to the Secretary of the
Navy, says that during the past fiscal
year aixty-fivo vessels have been wholly
or partially equipped at a cost of 593,
986, and coal for ships use and for
equipment of ships has been purchased
at. a cost of $451,693. The bureau has
estimated that $1,000,000 will be neces
sary for the general purpose comprised
under the heading, "Equipment of Ves
sels," which includes the purchase,
handling and shipment of coaL The
amount stated is $100,000 more than the
appropriation for the current year.
Toe articles of incorporation of the
new Stock Yards Company have beea
filed, at Springfield, 111. The new com
pany is entirely American and eon
trolled by Armour, Swift and Morris.
Yards are to be located on the 4,000
acres of land recently"purchased by the
packers just across the Indiana State
line on the shore of Lake Michigan.
Me. Yeeder, one of the incorporators, is
attorney for the Swifts. He said the
other evening: "We shall transfer the
p!aataTot: the three houses to the new
location as soon as the contractors can
get things in shape. The contracts will
be let under special penalties for speedy
.Taa hoard of officers to reorganise the
Signal Service, consisting of Lieuten-ant-iColoael
H. W. Lawtoa, Assistant
Inspector-General; Assistant Surgeon
General C R. Greenleaf aad Colonel
George Davis, Judge Advocate, met at
m vw& wjw a. wmAvm 9 idBkiii ABO I
new service will consist of the present I rcre destroyed by fire recently.
chief signal officer, one major, four) The sensational statements concern
mounted captains and four mounted pag leprosy in New Orleans are again
first lieutenants. These officers will be I revived, it being alleged that forty cases
selected from those now oa duty ia the j exist a the city.
Signal Service, including oHoers de
tailed from the line and staff of the
army. "The competition for the places
is -very keen as there are about twenty-
eve oBcers eligible for the places.
Charles M. Wiiitxet & Co., brokers,
New York, have failed. The Whitney
Bank at New Orleans was affected by
Joux T. Walker &. Sox, importers of
silks, New York, bavo failed. They
were rated at $300,000.
Pbof. Koch will soon reveal his con
sumption cure to the world. It kills
the bacilli and is inexpensive.
The failure of Decker, Howell & Co.,
was announced on the New York Stock
Exchange on the 11th. Tho liabilities
reached the immense sum of $10,000,000.
Judge Pratt, of New York, appoint
ed as receivers for tho sugar trust Gen
eral Henry W. Slocum, Henry O. Have
meyer and S. V. Whito. Tho receivers
will control $11,000,000 of tho assets of
the trust and property to the value of
Dexmark appears desirous of show
ing favor to American pork.
The 11th of November was an excit
ing day on the New York Stock Ex
change. A panio was narrowly averted
by action of the banks.
Tex persons were killed and several
injured by a collision on the Great
Western railway in Devonshire, En
gland. ArannY beat capsized in the river
Waag, near Bissetriz, Austria, and fifty
five peasants were drowned. It aas
overloaded with men, horses and
Thirty-four horses were burned to
death by a fire at Burnsido's livery barn,
Sioux Falls, S. D.
Tub thirteenth congress of the Prot
estant Episcopal Church of the United
Statoe opened at Philadelphia ea the
A furious gale prevailed along tho
Irish aad Welsh coasts on tho 11th and
quantities of wreckago were washed
ashore. Thore was an incessaat down
pour of rain and the monntaim streams
were torrents, and in the Festiniog dis
trict were swept away a number of
Tuere is danger of a grain blockade
in the Red river valley of North Da
kota. Moderx Woodmen met in biennial
session at Springfield, 111., on the 11th.
The well known prize herd of Berk
shire hogs owned by M. K. Price &
Son, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, has been near
ly destroyed by cholera. Within the
last two weeks 190 hogs valued at $1,900
Durixg election disorders at Rosario.
Argentino Republic, the troops were
called out and before order was re
stored several persons were killed
The city council of Brazil, Ind., has
deposed Jacob Heir, the mayor, for in
ebriety. There have been many collisions of
late between laborers and tho polico in
Belgium, and the feeling is one of great
The British torpedo war ship Ser
pent was wrecked recently off the
Spanish coast Two hundred and fiftv
.lives were lost
The total gold in the Treasury, coin
and bullion, Is $393,514, 150; gold certi
ficates In Treasury. $39,437,559; gold cer
tificates in circulation, $135 963,760; net
gold in Treasury? coin and bullion,
Mary aad Ann Meyers, two old maids
who lived at 115 Ellery street Hart
ford, Conn., were found dead recently.
Neglect and old age was probably the
cause of their death.
The Wellington barracks at London
tie in the Massachusetts Sea-
ate gives rise to some interesting com
plications. Neither party' seems will
ing 'to give way to the other in the
choice of president and clerk of that
body.v bat Governor-Elect Wassail
not lie Inaugurated until the
afaall have chosen its sreeideut aad an-
W inaugurated Ms.
rcnnarof the f anetious at the asane.
tt weald continue to
if theSfechooae, so lea as their raaka
em e4 Mr. Russell
"r- tfaanmEmas sninweuarBB iw aaiea aw
The North River Bank suspended
temporarily at New York on the 12th.
' James & Goodwix, a cartoonist on
Pack, was killed oa the track recently
aear Mamaroacck, N. Y.
TuRLnraTOX, the condemned murderer
of Sheriff Creamer, who escaped from
jail at.Boonville, Ma, has beea recap
tured at Auburn, Ky. He waa visiting
J. G. Waloott A Co., brokers, New
York, have assigned.
Tax Matin, ef Paris, says the report
ef the Societie des Metaux ahowa that
despite the rise in the price of eepper,
taa shareholders of the esmaaay will
receive nothing. .The taal laeUity f
the company iaeetima ted at 111, team
fraaes nai the assets at
""a en the Edinbarfh.
The n4feaa sheeting match between
Chisago ami Kaaaas CHjr at .the'letter
city resulted la favor of Chioago.
Pesbtdext Adams, ef tha Dalea Pa
cific, deaies that Jay Geald has ob
tained soateol of the road.
The court martial proceedings at the
recent trial of First Lieateaaat CL M.
Turaer. Adjataatof the Eighteenth in
fantry, at Fort Clark, Tec, oa the
charge of embestlement of the hand
funds have beea made knewn. Lieu
tenant Turner waa found guilty
sentenced to dlshoaorahle
from the army.
O'Scluvax. the icemen, was Is serv
ing a life sentence ia the JolictpeBi
teatlaryfer complicity la the murder
of Dr. Croaia, ass Intimated that he is
aaxioa te tell all he knows about the
The town of Tibaroa, CaL, sight
miles north of Sea Franciaeo, was re
cently greatly damaged by fire.
Leadixg. dairymea of the United
States met in Chicago aad discussed the
World's Fair representation. They ob
jected especially to being classed with
oleomargarine and animal fat products.
Near Millersburg. Ky., a passenger
train ran into a handcar, on which were
five track repairers. James Finley was
instantly killed, John Garrady had his
leg cut off and the other three received
injuries that may tormfcnato fatally.
Ax epidemic of typhoid fever is rag
ing at Clemen tvl lie, O. There have
been already eighty-nine cases, of
which twenty-flvo have been fatal At
present forty persons are stricken.
Business is entirely suspended aad the
200 people who make up the population
are wild with fear.
A disastrous railroad accident oc
curred on the Southern Pacific about
five miles from Salem, Ore. The end of
a long trestle gave way under a passen
ger train and four men were taken out
of the wreck dead. About twenty per
sons besides were seriously injured.
There was a panic in Chicago's Gov
ernment building on tho 13th. A re
port was heard and a crack thirty feet
long was seen in the walls.
Secretary Tracy has issued an or
der increasing the number of stars on
the National ensign and Union jack to
forty-three. Five now stars aro added,
one each for North Dakota, South Da
kota, Montana, Washington and Idaho.
Tho stars aro arranged in six rows, tho
top row containing eight stars and tho
other fivo rows containing seven stars
The Washington Critic publishes the
statement that tho recent flurry in
stocks and the temporary panic in tho
money market were due to tho with
drawal from circulation by the Louisi
ana Lottery Company of its $7,000,000
The case of Rube Smith, cousin of
Rubo Burrows, ended at Jackson, Miss.,
in a verdict of guilty. The charge was
for robbing tho mails at Buckatunna in
September, 18S9. Smith is the only
survivor of the notorious Rube Bur
rows gang of train robber?.
TnB coroner's jury which investigated
the cause of tho wreck on the Southern
Pacific, at Salem, Ore., censured the f
railway company for allowing a defect
ive trestlo to remain in use. The com
pany is declared guilty of criminal
Birciiall was executed at Woodstock,
Ont, on the 14th for the murder of F.
C Benwell, whom he had enticed from
England for the pupil farming swindle
in Canada. All the parties were well
connected with English families.
Birchall denied the crime of murder,
but admitted tho attempt at swindling.
Ix Brooklyn a verdict was rendered
for SO. 500 in favor of ex-Assembly man
Daniel W. Talmage against tho New
York World. Mr. Talmago sued tho
World forS50,000 for libel in calling him
a corrupt legislator.
Uxhafpy differences continue to pre
vent the Chicago World's Fair directors
from accomplishing any thing definite.
R. M. Waxzer & Co., sewing machine
and lamp manufacturers of Hamilton,
Ont, have assigned. The liabilities are
estimated at about $300, 000. Tho assets
consist of real estate, plant and book
The English syndicato that bought
the Pillsbury-Washburn flour mills at
Minneapolis seems to have mado a
good thing out of the transaction. A
dividend of ten per cent was declared
for the first year.
uexeral kuoki:, u. & A., has re
turned from tho Standing Rock agency,
whero ho has been investigating the
threatened outbreak of tho Indians in
expectation of their long looked for
Mossiab. He-says that the excitement
has subsided and no trouble Is antici
pated. The business portion of the town of
Barton, O , population 1,000, has been
destroyed by fire.
Ix a freight collision on the Kansas
City road near Elkton, Minn., Engineer
Pennchara. Head Brakeman Callahan
and Fireman Folfew were instantly
killed. They were all from St Paul.
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.
The Governor has issued the
faf atoclamstloa,f the asenls
Tee time H draM aear whea, la aeeere
aaee with a meet aanreprlate eastern the
Beeeie are Invites' tosaatmUe hi their at
asismai planet ef tellgtenf wetsals far
the purpose of efferlea- up thlr homage
au4ETamaaeto the Baler ef the aaivene
far his bmbiioM MMSiaga,
Row. therefore, I. Joha M. Thaver. Gever
aorofthsttateof MthrMka. lo bm ihla,
my proelamatloa, tfealgaetla Taaratar,
the XTth ear of the rreseat meaih. la tse
j ft oar Lor J, oa thoasaad eight hui
eres aad a tasty, as a day of lhaakrglviag
aad praise to the Moot High. I trati that
the people of this eoemoawealth will oa
that day eesse from their neual avocation
aad. cataerlag la the aaaetuariea. m up
devout thanks aad aoass of praise aad In
voke the roatlBuaae of flu Llaaslaga
Let BMasottearBeatty entreat alt oa that
day especially to remember the poor aad
needy aad to give to them of their abaa
dance, and thus make their heatte glad, re-,
memberlagthat It la mors hleessd to give
Ia tesUaaoay whereof I have hereuate aet
my haai and eaased to be affixed the great
seal ot tbe State. Done at Uatoln. thU 6th
day of Xovember. la the year of our Lord.
one thoasaad elf bt buadred aad ninety, of
tbe etata tbe twenty-fourth aad of tbe inde
pendence of the United States the oae haa
dredth and fifteenth.
By tbe Governor: JoHX M. Thayeu.
Bxx Cowdxbt, Secretary of Ctata.
tiara i d Fveaa Many faeldeem aUtated
ha the Baala The Lever
A rkceiveb has been appointed for
O'Donovan Rossa's newspaper, the
United Irishman, on a judgment of 517a
The failure of Mrs. O'Shea to enter a
defense and of Mr. Parnell to appear in
the O'Shea divorce is tantamount to a
confession of guilt and Parnell will
have to pay the costs. It was probable
that Parnell would be compelled to re
tire from the Irish leadership.
Sunol recently trotted a mile in2:10
A soLiciTon named Mayhow, doing
business at Westminster, London, has
absconded, leaving liabilities of S&55,
000. His assets amount to only $900.
P. T. Barkttm, tho showman, was
seriously sick :tt bis residence at Bridge
Kate Rioiwax, the woman who shot
Rev. J. EL Bright M. A, master of
University College, Oxford, was sen
tenced to six years' imprisonment
Tbe Reforms, of Rome, gives a formal
denial to the statement that Prime
Minister Crispi and Chancellor von
Caprivi at their recent interview ar
ranged for the formation of an interna
tional league in opposition to tho new
United States tariff.
Tub rebellion in Honduras uader Gen
eral Sanchez has been suppressed by
President Bogran, the rebels not killed
In battle being executed by musketry
and their bodies exposed.
The French steamer Le Ch atelier has
beea wrecked in a fog on the French
coast Tho crew escaped.
Gbxekal Joint C Starkweather, of
Wisconsin, a noted officer of the rebel
lion, died in Washington recently.
The great banking honse of Baring
Bros,, London, was seriously embar
rassed on account of the Argentine loaa
aad the withdrawal of Russian funds.
A panic was averted by the timely ac
tion of the Bank of England, the Roths
childs and others.
Clearikq house returns for the week
ended November 15 showed aa average
increase of S3.3 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. Ia New
York the increase was Si 7.
Oxe hundred and fifty carloads of
wheat are leaving Manitoba dally aad'
soon the figures will run up to 9t car
loads. This is the largest wheat move
ment known there.
The threatened strike ot the
misers near Pittsburgh, Pa., has
averted by aa amicable settlemaat The
BMadesaamlsdaa additional eix cents
a ton, aad a eosajremhm was elected by
the eserater jaeUHg aa aavaaoo of
At-the late election tho First district
gave Bryan, Democrat 31,043 votes;
Connell, Republican, 25,907; Root, Alli
ance, 13,783. Bryan's plurality, 5,135.
The Second district gave McKcighan,
Alliance Democrat, 54,957; Harlan, Re
publican, 30,250. McKcighan's majori
ty, 14,707. The Third district gave
Kern, Alliance, 30, 1C0; Dorsay, Repub
lican. 25,234; Thompson, Democrat,
22,136. Kern's plurality, 4.8S2.
Ox tbe 6th Governor Thayer issued a
pardon for John B. Polen, who has been
under life sentenco in the penitentiary
for killing F. J. Metteer, the seducer of
Polen's wifa The Governor says: "In
my judgment Polen has suffered suftl
cent punishment The act was done by
Polen under most aggravating circum
stances, and it is altogether probable
that most men would havo dono ex
actly what he did under tho same con
Cabefulia"" compiled returns from
the lato election, based on tho official
count of all but five western counties,
place tbe majorities received by tho
candidates on tho Republican State
ticket from Lieutenant-Governor down
to School Superintendent at from 2.9CC
to 5,200. The exhibit of tho totals
shows that the candidates on the Alli
ance Stato ticket lead tho Democrats by
pluralities ranging from 3,000 to 9.000.
George U. Hastings leads tho Republic
an State ticket with 73,896 votes, with
J. E. Hill second with 73,164 votes.
Norfolk has been successful in se
curing tbe second beet sugar factory to
be erected in Nebraska by tho Oxnard
Beet Sugar Company. To securo it
Norfolk put up a bonus of $150,000 in
cash and fifty acres of land for a site.
-The Oxnards agree in return to build a
factory 25 per cent better than the
one at Grand Island and the largest
in the world, and complete it by Octo
ber 1, 1891.
Recently William EL Roberts, or
Lincoln, spenc the evening with con
vivial friends, but did not drink to ex
cess. Ho went to bed at eleven o'clock
in his usual good -spirits. Next morn
ing when Mrs. Roberts awoko she dis
covered that her husband was dead and
his body cold. Tho shock provod too
much for her mental balance and she
has become a maniac.
The olection of Judge Bates, county
judgo of York County, to tho district
bench, will necessitate the calling of
another olection to fill tho vacancy
made, as Mr. Bates' unexpired term will
exceed ono year.
Ox tho evening of tho 11th tho Demo
crats of Omaha celebrated the election
of Boyd as Governor with unusul vim.
Tho procession consisted of fully ten
thousand enthusiastic Democrats, armed
with tin horns, firecrackers, guns,
drums and every thing olso conceiva
ble that would make a noise, and they
did make a noise. The city was
crowded with strangers. Governor-elect
Boyd reviewed tho parade and was
cheered with every demonstration of
The tenth annual convention of tho
Nebraska Woman's Suffrage Associa
tion recently held a two days' session
at Fremont Among the noted suffrag
ists present were Susan B. Anthony,
Julia B. Nelson, M. Isabelle Bond.
Clara B. Colby and others. Miss An
thony spoke to a large audience and
pleaded for universal suffrage with tho
aamo fervency and eloquence which
have ever characterized her utterances
in behalf of her sex.
A warehouse belonging to the Fre
mont canning factory was burned the
other n igh t A prompt response by the
fire department saved tho main build
ing adjoining. Tbe fire was supposed
to have been of incendiary origin.
Is the late election Bryan carried
Connell's county, Connell carried Bry
an's county, McKeighan carried Har
lan's county, Thompson carried Dor
soy's county and Boyd carried Richards
The fall term of the district court for
Valley County opened at Ord with 123
cases on the docket the greatest num
ber for any term in the county's his
Wiluam Kixoex, of Scott's Bluffs
County, has been arrested by officers
from Wyoming on a charge of cattle
stealing. It is believed that he is a
member of an extensive band ot "rust
lers." George R. Brock, a banker of Guide
Rock, committed suicide tho other
morning by shooting himselt The im
mediate cause was supposed to be
despondonoyover the result of tho elec
tion and the loss of some small bets. He
had been afflicted with paralysis for
several years and his mind had become
more or less impaired.
White Swax, ohief of the Omaha
tribe, known by his English name of
Philip Blackbird, died recently at De
catur, Burt County, of consumption.
Latest returns indicate the defeat
of the constitutional amendment in
creasing the number of judges of the
Tox Burke, of Brewster, is feeding
1,500 fat hogs and wintering several
thousand stock hogs and pigs. Be says
he finds it a very profitable business,
even if corn is high.
J at Helphret, of Norfolk, raised and
shipped to Grand Island f65 worth of
sugar beeta He raised them aa aa ex
periment and "says the business can be
Keabket claims to have a police
force which is oa hand when wanted.
Tax telegraph line between Beatrice
sad Lincoln for the Rock Island branch
is beiajrpatin. A large gang ofmea
are at work.
A r abmeh residing north ef Filley, in
Otoe County, had -the headache aad
rubbed horse medicine en the hack ef
his head aad forehead. In a few min
utes ha was crazy, in which condition
ha remained for two days, whea he died.
mAKTcarleads of apples are being
shipped late Kearney
st Pierce has
i in the high school at
itty lest her
vigilaaea ef the atberiaa iiltiaTlMia aPaaJLioMsanmawB
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Ta his seventh sermon on Palestine
aev. t; usw ttt Tsimsge took his text
from Essklel vliL 3: "So I lifted ap mine
eyes the way toward the north." Ha
At oae o'clock oa a December after
aosa, thrsagh Damascus gate we are
passlag out of Jerusalem for a journey
aorthward. Ho! for Bethel with its
awira, tae oottom step oi wnicn waa a
stone pillow, aad Jacob's well with its
immortal eolloeuy, aad Nazareth with
its D Tina Boy ia his f nther's carpenter
shop, and the moat glorious lake that
ever rippled or flashed:
Blue Galilee, aweat Galilee.
Tae lake where Jeus loved to be;
and Damascus with its crooked street
called Straight and a hundred places
coargea ana surcharged with apostolic,
evangelistic prophetic patriarchal,
kingly and Christly reminiscences.
In traveling along tbe roads of Pales
tlae I am impressed, as I could not oth
erwise have boon, with the fact that
Christ for the most part went afoot We
And him occasionally in a boat and
once riding in a triumphal procession,
as it Is sometimes called, although It
seems to me that the hosannas of tbe
crowd could not havo made a rido on a
stubborn, unimpressive and funny creat
ure like that which pattered with him
into Jerusalem very much of a triumph.
But wo are made to understand that
generally ho walked. How much that
means only those know who have gone
over tho distanco traversed by Christ
Wo are accustomed to read that Beth
any is two miles from Jerusalem. Well,
any man inordinary health can walk
two miles without fatigue.
But not more than one man out of a
thousand can walk from ltothany to
Jerusalem without exhaustion. It is
over tho Mount of Olives and you must
climb up among tho rolling stones and
descend where exertion is necessary to
keep you from falling prostrate.
likewise it seemed a small thing that
Christ walked from Jerusalem to Naza
reth. But it will take four days of hard
horseback riding, sometimes on a trot
and sometimes on a gallop, to do it this
week. The way is mountainous in the
extreme. So all up and down and across
and recrossing Palestino, Jesus walked.
Ahabroda David rode. Solomon rode.
Herod rode. Antony rode. But Jesus
walked. With swollen ankles, and sore
muscles of tho legs, and bruised heel,
and stiff joints, and panting lungs, and
faint head, along tho roads and whero
there wore no roads at all, Jesus walked.
Wo rode down through tho valloy and
then np on Mount Scopus and, as our
dragoman tells us that this is tho last
opportunity we shall bavo of looking at
Jerusalem, wo turn our horse's "head to
ward the city and take a long, sad and
thrilling look at the religious capital of
our planet. Th:s is tho most imprcs
sivo view of tho most tremendous city
of all time.
Our last look! Farowoll. Mount Zion,
Mount Moriah, Mount of Olives, Mount
Cavalry! Will wo never see them again?
is ever. Our last look, liko our first look,
an agitation ot tho body, mind and soul,
And now, liko Ezoklol in my text I
lift up mine eyes tho way toward the
north. Near here was ono of tho worst
tragedies of the ages, mentioned in tho
Bible. A hospitable old man coming
home at evontide from his work in tho
fields finds two strangers, a husband
and wife, proposing to lodge in tho
street because no shelter is offered
thorn and invites them to cotno and
spend the night in his homo. During
tbe night tho ruffians of tho neighbor
hood conspired together and surround
ed tho houso and left tho woman
dead on the doorstep, anl tho hus
band, to rally in rovongo tho twelve
tribes, cut the corpso of tbe woman into
twelve parts and sent a twelfth of it to
each tribe, and tho fury of the nation
was roused, and a peremptory demand
was made for tho surrender of tbe as
sassins and the demand refused, in ono
day 30,000 peoplo wore loft dead on tho
field, and tho next day 18,000. Whom
ever our horse to-day plants his feet in
thoso ancient times a corpse lay, and
tbe roads were crossed by red rivulets
Now we pass on to whero sevon youths
were put to death and their bodies gib
beted or hung in chains, not for any
thing they had themselves dono, but as
a reparation for what tboir father and
grandfather, Saul, had done. Burial
was denied those youths from May until
November. Rizpab, tho mothor of two
of these dead bovs. appoints herself as
sentinol to guard tho seven corpses from
beak of raven, and tooth of wolf and
paw of lion. She pitches a black tent
on the rock close by tho gibbets.
Rizpah by day sits on tho ground in
front of her tent and when a vulture
begins to lower out of tho noonday sky
seeking its prey among tho gibbets,
Rizpah rises, her long hair flying in the
wind, and, swinging her arms widely
about shoos away tbe bird of prey un
til it retreats to its eyrie. At night she
rests under the shadow of her tent and
sometimes falls into a drowsiness or
half sleep But tho step of a jackal
among the dry leaves or tho panting of
a hyena arouses her, and with tho fn--of
a maniac she rushes out upon,
rock, crying: "Away! Away!" and i
examining the gibbets to see that 1 1
still keep their burdens, returns agiin
to her tent till somo swooping wing
from the midnight sky or some growl
ing monster on the rock again wakes
A mother watching her dead children
through May. June, July, August Sep
tember and October! What a vigil!
Painters have tried to pnt upon canvas
the scene and they succeeded in sketch
ing the hawks ia tho sky and ,the
panthers crawliag oat from the jungle,
but they fail to give the wanness, tbe
earnestness, the supernatural courage,
the infinite self-sacrifice of R'zpah, tbe
mother. A mother in the quiet hoase,
watch ag by the casket of a dead child
for one night exerts the artist to bis ut
most but who Is sufficient to put upon
eanvas a mother for six months of mid
nights guardiBg her whole family, dead
aad gibbeted upon tbe mountain?
Do you know what that sceae by our
roadside ia Palestiae makes me think
i? It is bo unusual scene. Right here
in .these three cities by the American
ass coast there are a thousand cases
this moment worse than that Mothers
watching boysJfrattbe ram saloon,
that aaaez of hell, has gibbstted ia a
living death. Boys hsag in chaias of
Til habit they can not break. The
father may go to sleep after waitiag
aatil twelve o'clock at might for
the ruined boy to come home sad
firing it up may say: "Mother.
te had: there's ne ass alt-
ar ap say Isagsc But
willaetgetohed. It is owe o'clock is
meraiag. .It is half-Beet eae. It is
e'eleck. It m half -neat two whea he
ay that young man is yet alive?
ha is dead. Dead ta his father's
eties Dead te his mother's arav-
Dsml ta the family altar where ha
Gibhetted before Oed and maa sad
aagela aad dovUa, Chained In a death
that will aet leeata Its eold grasp. His
father Is asleep, his brothers are asleep,
his sisters are asleep, hut his mother is
watehlsf him la the aif ht After he
has foae up to bed sad fallen into a
druakea sleep his mother will go up to
bis room sad sea thst he Is nroncrlr
covered, sad before she turas out the
light will wut a kiss apoah.s bloated
lipa "Mother, why doa't you go te
bedr "Ahr the saya, "I cannot go to
bed; I am Kirpah watch lag the la!r
abm wast are the political parties or
this country doiag for such cases? They
are takiag care aot to hurt tbe feelings
of the jackals and the buzzards that
reost sa the shelves of the grog shop
sad hoot above the dead. I am often
asked to what political party I b?loag.
and I now declare my opinion of the
political parties of to-day. Each oae Is
worse thaa the other, and tho only con
solation la regard to them is that thoy
have patrefed until they have no more
power to rot O. that comparatively
will employ the head aad the leaf.
will furnish the ladder. Teeag
deao wait for wiaga. These aagela
folded theirs ta shear yaa wings an ant
aeeeaesry. Let sit the Beetle who have
hard pillows, hard far sMtaess, er hard
for roverty, er hard tt sertletea.,
kaow thst a hard pillow to the laadlag
pi tee ef angels.
The greatest dream sf all time was
thst sf St Jeaa with Ills head ea the
rocks ef Patmoa, aad la that vtalea ha
heard the seven trampete sounded, aad
saw all the pemp ef Heaven In areeee
sloa cheruhle, seraphic archangel ie.
The next most memorable aad glerte
dream was that of Joha Vanyaa, his
pillow the cold stone ef the f ooref Bed
ford jaiL from which he saw the celes
tial c ty. aad so maay enterrag It he
cried out la his dream: "I wish myself
The Vest moat wonderful dream was
that of Waahiagtea sleeping on the
ground at Valley Forge, hi head ea a
white pillowcase of aaew. where he saw
Catarrh caw never he earol by ointment
M cUr local aerftatiteaa. trat uvm
one rirmnty ! can pfrawncatJjr rr-T
the canv It haa cured ra whra ih"
dicfthrp wj 90 c0pt" aal oTcwf to that
it felt a if tlx fcol hrl w ;, of
porropfcoa. Uhr <eui b f
InTSHSltW Jl to hitwV 8I pU thn
likvm colWtlntr lnaUh m thln!
U of t rU? In (Hh?r tne wtwm Uy
matter dfieti np in nach Ursf" nm x u
fairly rtej uj i& aotrit ao1 prermt
eel rwplrsUoa. In other - wh-rr tft
that the pcrn txv8?;all.catin:;ty.
ia at-nTter. UTf"r ca4 trhTrin entUii
waa Music of a Ultrr at I plia Nt i
etwra the v, and wfrri tfn n '
aatcU waa entirHj lwV f )vrr wr
the dropntfijr tail Into th tftmai anI lay
Voice Uvsunoo hti5j, nl rurl trawhv
eom cough. Oh' jru want t- kmur th
xm?ot UwmMk?lttof It i ?aUrl tr Jwfcn
tail a SrrilU. It con b anwfc.
O pkotofirapW lurlloj aart&r pasto
graehr V luaca with blsa. but rxvVvM tn
9ticr ear tfcln v? ilrlnV. unU: M Maari
asked Mm If fat work-! tHo "ikj paif'
altcxvtacr -To Hilling.
the vUloa of a aatlon
tamo scene upoa which Rizoah looked! Columbus slept on a weaver's pillow, )
She looked upon only seven of the laln. but rose on the ladder let down until he
AmOriCS.!! mntHApnrhl ! Amevan rt1.t avevaa nnw haanlanlaMi TsafATaAah
mmmt-m.m vva ava AlttiUI .aSa .- a ? as UV" V M l. w ' - -
wirebooU th s moment aro loo'
seventy of tho slain, upon
slain, upon 70,000 of tho slal
woe! woe! , sirarrd by hla oratory. Arkwrlght , whom wciv cuml
.My only consolation on th.s subject Is slept on a barber's pillow, but went up of arvcral yrur
fctiBi, loreiirn capaiuihis aro buTJag up tho ladder till he could are all Ea
Fawn th Hra ot FAJlh. t. Iict. Mt
aourl. AUSut 1. tvT
Keterriac w ih!!'abTgT" AatUattrfor
Jlaiaria, tho tratnr ut-vnaevr af ta Mar
aid of Faith wouM m. Iht bt ga th
Klicfal ieron.l lni. ! w j-wir
lnjr upo th?no slept on a cutter a pillow, but on cum! of oa anpjcan!. murwHt.ii rrr
:oo of tho tbe ladder let down aroe te see the Uo tarn rwrnmroOr.! u u t j Twrr.
n. Woe! m'ghty ascmblagcs that were to be I v,JJn f. i thot . ' twit, i., ,r
iub American Drewenes. The present
owners ee that tho doom of that btM.
nos is comin? as surely as that God is
not dead. They aro unloading upon
foreign capitalists, and when we can
?ot these breweries into tho hands of
peoplo living on tho other sldo of tho
sea, our pol t cal parties will cease to
be afraid of the liquor traffic and at
thoir conventions nominating Presi
dential candidates will put in their
platform a plank as b'g as tho biggest
plank of tho biggest oooan steamer.
saying: "Il?olved, unanimously, that
ao always havo been and always w 11 be
opposed to alchohsm."
Hut Tmust spur on our Arab stood,
and hero we cotnu in sight of l'eeroth,
said to bo tho placo whore Joseph and
Mary missed tho hoy Jesus on tho way
irotn Jerusalem to azareth, going homo
now from a great National festival.
"Whero is my child, Josun?" says Mary.
"Whero is my child, Jesus'." says Jo
seph. Among tho thousands that aro
roturnln? from Jerusalem, they thought
that certainly Jle was walking on in tho
crowd. They described Him, saying:
"Helstwolvoyearsold, and of llght'com
plexion and b'uo eyes. A lost child!"
(iroat excitomont In all the crowd.
Nothing so stirs fo'.ks as the nnns that
:i child s lost.
I lear down on you to-day with a
mighty comfort Mary and Joseph said:
"Whero is our Jesus?" and 3011 say,
"Whero is John? or uhero is Henry? or
whero is George?" Well, I should not
wonder if you found him after awhile.
Where? In the same placo where Mary
and Joseph found their boy in tho
temple. What do I mean by that? I
mean, you do your duty toward God and
toward your child, and you will find him
after awhilo in tho Kingdom of Christ.
Well, you say, I am clear discouraged
about my son, and I am gotting on in
years, and I fear I will not liro to see
him converted. Perhaps not, never
theless I think you will find him in tho
temple, tho heavenly temple. Thore
has not boon an hour in Heaven tho last
ono hundred years whon paronts in
glory bad not had announced to them1!
tho sa'vation of children whom they
left in this world profl gate. Wo often
havo to say: "I forgot" but God has
never once yet said, "I forgot" Cheer
up, Christian father and mother! Cheer
up! Whero Joseph and Mary found
their boy you will find yours in the
You see, God could not afford to do
otherwise. One of tho things Ho has
positively promised In thlb Bible Is that
Ho will answer earnest and believing
prayer. Falling to do that Ho would
wreck His own throne, and the founda
tions of His palaco would givo way, and
tho Hank or Heaven wou'd suspend pay
ment and tho dark word "repudiation"
would bo written across tho sky, and
tho Eternal Government would bo dis
banded and God Himself would become
an exile. Keep on with your prayer
and you will yet find your child in tho
temple, oither the temple hero or tho
But wo must hurry on, for tho mule
teors and baggago men havo been or
dered to pitch our tents for to-night at
BothcL It is already getting no dark
that we have to givo up all idea of guid
ing the horses and leave them to thoir
own sagacity. Wo ride down amid mud
cabins and into ravines whero tho
horses leap from depth to depth, rocks
below rocks, rocks under rocks. Whoa!
Whoa! Wo dismount In this placo,
memorable for many things in Bible
history, tho two more prominent, a
theological seminary, whero of old thoy
made ministers and for Jacob's dream.
Tho students of this Bethel thcolog -cal
seminary wero called "Sons of the
Prophets. Here tho young men acre
fitted for tho ministry and ihoo of us
aho ever had the advantage of such in
stitutions will everlastingly bo grate
ful, and in the calendar of saints, wh ch
I read with especial affection, are the
doctors of divinity who blessed me with
their care. I thank God that from these
thcolog cal seminaries there is now
coming fortn a magnificent young crop
of min Biers who aro tak ng the pulpits
in all parts of the land. I ball their
coming and tell these young brothers
to shako off tbe somnolence of
centuries aad get out from under
the dusty shelves of theolog.cal diacus
. ons which have no practical bearing
on this age, which needs to get rid of
. ts s'.ns and have its sorrows comforted.
Maay of our pulpits are dying of hum
drum. People do not go to church, be
cause they can not endure the techni
calities, and profouad explanations of
nothing, and sermons about the "eter
nal generation oftbe Sob." aad the dif
ference between soblapeariaaism aad
snpralspsarianism. and about who Mel
chisidek wasn't There ought to bo as
much difference between the modes of
presenting truth new aad ia oldes time
as between a lightning express rail traia
and a canal boat
But moat distiagaished waa Bethel
for that famous dream which Jacob had.
his head oa a cellectioa of stone. He
had bo trouble ia this rocky region of
finding a rocky pillow. There is hard
ly aay thing else but stoar. Yet the
people of these leads have a way ef
drawing their outer garment sp over
their head and face, aad sach a pillow I
suppose Jacob had uader his head. The
plural was ased is the Bible story, aad
you fad it was aot a pillow of
stone, but of stones, I suppose,
so that if ess proved to he of aa
evea surface he would tarn ever ia the
Bight aad take aaother stone, for with
sach a hard holster he would often
ehaage ia the Bight Well, hat eight
God built- ia Jacob's dream a Ieag
spleadid ladder, the feet ef It ea either
side of the tired pilgrim's pillow, aad
the tea ef it m iirliai i la the sky. Aad
bright immortals came eat from the
eaaleaesmher sad geld aad put their
feet ea the shiaiac raata ef
I saemeae they had adaam. far
having wiaaa, hat
BKUibrr.tiff how tawth Uwwry i t-l
qulalnc, & HtUoto tit Vpoivl p K ,
oflm o injurious vt mn hi wm m
HhallrBheriicr Atttidoto t)M iwa
"l)o!v .you know. prionr tht lt' m
wrong to tcl a lit:'' '1 W nm yum
mc wh a rev
by tt of cfeilu At lt
taodti.? lUwati? f
wife. aftra fcvrof vrl ! damn
. . ..,.. .... .... --- 1 loohaalnclo an4 wt torwvu
'gland aouako with the factories he .R vjrWuf UV rrmari14cr mi
I sot goln. Akenslde alopt oa a butca
or' pillow and took the ladder up I
till bo saw other generatleas helped by r
! his scholarship. John Aahworth slept
on a poor man' pillow, but took tha j
ladder up until ho could soo hU prarera
and exertions bringing thousand of
the dt.stituto In Kngland to salvation
and liearen. Nearly all thoso to-day
who are great in mrchandl)M. in aUtes ,
manshlp, in law. In medicine. In art In
lttoraturo, wero onco at the foot of tho. .
ladder, and In their Kiyhood had a pit' ;
low hajl as Jacob Tbey who art "
born at tho top of the laddor am apt t '
spend thoir l.js in coming down, hllo
thoso who are at tho foot
ami thoir bead on a boulder. If
thoy he tho right kind of
droam aro always sure to riMv I notice
that thoso angola, oither in coming
down or going up on Jacob' ladder.
took It rung by rung. Thoy did nut
leap to tbe bottom, nor Jump to tho top
So you aro to risv Faith addod to faith,
good deed to good deed, industry to In
dustry, consecration to consecration, un
til you reach tho top, rung by rung.
Gradml going up from a block of gran
ite to pillar to throne.
That night at Bethel. I stool In front
my tont and looked up and the heaven
wero full -of ladders, first a laddor of
cloud, then a laddor of star, and all
up and down the hoavons were angel
of Loauty and angol of consolation.
ascending and descending. "Surely
TrJa ! Uftnptiluni.
Taa YotrrttrMtrt frlt iurHi
aa ititirucuvo and I;ipfx,l vrte ( Mr,
each of wblch dcvnt" Um itiaru. !
soma tcwliutf Trail" far IW ir IKvuiwt
forUlrU. Iheytftro tfMrmUn tw tea
Aprrnliis-hl mulnt 1 1 loam --, um
Wijo "i W etpv!l. Iho 0itbUa 1
In onlvr U tntr. mut h pri-sN wf
i-v. T .Now Jit.r1lr lMM4tj a
alonco tho par wilt t onl tm JU f.
I t, ttnt fvr n mil yntr ! dud mtmt A4
Thk YtCTn'i 'itrux, lt,ti. 5lna
HtrtX of autumn ,0tcr atw," "Itai
rrankfurU;" "1UMI I bo Wmi. "-ft
A Tact Clwtrh
la that of tljraivpsia. Kow rvmxllo ilaaMn)
than palliate thl ubtiU4t cumjiJainU Try
lioatcttor' Suniacl lllttor, tMtvir, wt
you will find that It Is "onqmrat4, ulu,;
with it symptom, hmrtbun. rtmhiaf
aorvounom, and l of tch anl Mr
l)itloust.rs and s.ntiiwitiau frjm-nliv m
cominy It Thts ltt m-iUirVti, ra
tuatioand kldiio't.tniauu, ur Uo !
tluabli) with Uiolllltor.
You'au ohj full of nous." ald t
lottor U tho Iw "I'm fUl ) uu' o dnrpft
In," rrpllwl tb bo. "1 11 kooiou jtat '
God iin this p'aco," said Ja:oK "and I J
knew it not" But tonight God ia in
this placo, and I know it!
THF OBLIGING PEDDLER.
. tjriHpnttirtlo Man turrd tr III Drslr la
AmUI a fMrh Marttrr.
The villago bad but ono barber, and
ono day ho was taken sick. Just at this
time a tin peddler catno along, and
when something was said about the
barber'd ill luck tho pedd lor opened his
sympathy box at onco, and said:
"It is awful, awful! Poor, poor men!
Ills lticomo will reaso, and bis business
go to run. Gentlemen, something
ought to be done."
No ono elso seemed to caro much, but
tho peddler grew moro sympathetic the
longer ho thought of it and finally ho
posted off up to tho bouse and offered
to open tbo shop and run It a couple of
days. Tho barber's wife gavn him the
keys, nnd bo soon had tho curtains up
and tho door open. The first man to
enter was a stranger In tho town, aho
had stopped over to do somo busino
with a druggist He took tho chair aad
asked for a quick shave. The peddler
latherod him up and down and acroa,
lucked up his sleeves and picked up tho
first razor bo could roach. Ills first
scrapo brought blood, his second pared
off about th rd of tho stranger's mustache
"Good Lord, man, what are you do
ing?" ho shouted a ho jumped out of
"Why. what's tho matter?"
"Matter? Io you call yourself a bar
ber?" "No, sir."
"Then what in thunder are you doing
"Obliging a poor man who Is sick in
"You ought to lie killed, and here
goes to do It"
And he knocked him over the bog
store, kicked him out tbe door, and run
him around tbe mooting house, aad lost
him in the heavy growth of nlsrweeda
It was late at night whoa the poddler
reappeared, lamo and aorn and humbled,
and all he had to ay was:
'By gum! if I over try to oblige an
other feller critter as long as X live."
N. Y. Jsun.
ii-mml Stinaa'a Oaahta,
Judge A. I I'almerof the Supreme
Court of New Brunswick, said to a re
porter in New York the other day: "I
was on a visit recently to Washington
and was walking along Pennsylvania
avenue, when suddenly I was tapped on
tbe shoulder from behind, and before I
had time to turn around I hear! an un
familiar voice s ng out: 'How do you
do. General?' I bad never ea the man
lxsforc in my 1 fe. And who do you
think It was? Why. ne leas a parson
than Judjpo Blatchford. of tho Hupreme
Court of the United Stat-. He smiled
when he had discovered bl mistake
aad so d d I; aad b tha added: 'Wall,
Judge, I really thought it was General
Sherman. Lwa dining with Jay Gould
recently, too." continued the Judge.
"aad some poraoa present addressed
mo also as General before they knew
who I was. It was only a few days age
at a reception by the Oxford Cab la
Brooklyn that tbe seme m la take ee
carrcd. Indeed I feel compllaaeated,
said Jedge Palmer, la akiadlyteae, 1a
being mistaken sometiatee for the brave
aad veaerable old veteran ef year
Uaioa army, who I hope will eajey
maay more year of life sad vigor.
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bUxHl anJ rut tho tttahlnrv of t j
torn, aro eratllcalts) and rspofbx! by ta
l'rlakly Ash lUiiors, a mclUMao that itl
not Irritate thn tmnarh or !mrS Itaj-n
lu a gratfe manner on tbraoitaltrsloorinm,
and restores hoalth ia orory case
"Is ruts old !ath fcor a rrHc f rear
grandfather's days? ' "No. of tt night "
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