Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1891)
ri '" .-
-'. , -fi -Jf .,
WHnPdVTBK . ".?T ,' "i . .-A U.Cv . rv'3t&-r.
s CLOUD, - .-- - NEBRASKA.
-. Taw Isdias lasds is Northers 31 inne-
reportcd almost denuded of
Taw lower house of the North Dakota
IVegislatare voted to indeluitcly post-
pose the bill for tbe resubmission
The lower house of the Indiana Leg
islature has passed a bill making it a
felosy to condact a backet shop or rest
a building for that purpose.
The Highland IsiproreBMBtCompaay
has begun suit for a quarter section of
laad ia Duluth, Miss., aader title al
leged to hare coaae from Sophia Lange,
a Sioux Indian
The railroad men of Illinois have
formed an association to combat what
is known as granger legislation, which
threatens to reduce their wages by re
ducing railroad earnings.
Rv.ntnrr.HH of the New York Herald
have asked the Democratic members of
twentj-scven Stats Legislatures how
they stood as ttetween Cleveland and
Hill for 181W. The poll resulted: Cleve
land, 1,515; Hill, V.rj; scattering, 476.
The New York Legislature stood:
Cleveland, 2; Hill, 31; doubtful, 47.
KonKKT Honnki: says that Maud 8.
will lc bred the coming season for the
first time. She will never be driven
against her record again. Sunol will
be given three trials next summer to
break the world's record of 2:08J. It
is claimed by Marvin, her driver, that
she can trot a mile in 2:04 and a quarter
of a mile in 29 seconds a 1:56 gait.
Tiik Alabama Senate has passed the
House bill to redistrict the State into
nine Congressional districts, the num
ber to which the new apportionment,
based on the late census, entitles the
State. The Legislature has divided up
the black districts by attaching black
counties to white counties, so that a
solid Democratic delegation Is assured.
Tiik story telegraphed from Cleveland,
O., that Stanley, the African explorer,
purposed to give up all the presents he
had received from crowned heads and
others, consisting of diamonds, etc, to
General Booth for the Salvation Army
is a piece of fiction. At Akron, where
he lectured, he stated that he did not
know any thing about it and denied the
story hi all its details.
The Colorado Supreme Court has ren
dered a decision for T. C. Henry against
the Travelers' Insurance Company. The
Del Norte and Citizens1 canals and 80,
800 acres of Jand under them are in
volved in the decision and the title to
these valuable properties now stands
where it did in 1885, when the litigation
first commenced The present value of
these properties is over 91,750,000. The
effect of the decision will be to put
them again in the hands of the old com
panies. Governor Ilrno is organizing the mil
itia to eject intruders from thcChickasaw
Nation. The Government will furnish
troops to assist. There are 60,000 non
citizens there, of which it is estimated
there arc at least 10.000 intruders. This
order, if carried into effect, will work
hardship, as the majority arc dependent
on this year's crop for a living. The
fault is with the landlords, as the
Chickasaw law requires that they se
cure permits for each renter, which
they have neglected to do.
In the British House of Commons
Mr. Henry Matthews, Secretary of
State for the Home Department, reply
ing to questions as to the legality of the
baccarat games played at Mr. Arthur
Wilson's house at the time of the Don
caster race meeting last autumn, where
the scandal which disgraced Mr. Gor
don Cummings occurred, and which in
volved the Irinceof Wales incidentally,
said that he had been informed that the
playing referred to was not a contra
vention of the laws against gambling.
Governor Fiper, of Illinois, has
received a communication from the
Secretary of the Interior exposing the
operations of the Cherokee Land Com
pany, of Paris, HI, which offers to
locate claims in the Cherokea Outlet.
Secretary Noble says: "This land com
pany is leading the people of the
country into a snaro and all the
money it may obtain will be by false
pretenses. The lands are not yet open
nor when they are will the company be
any more able to perform the acts it
pretends it can."
The crowded street traffic of London,
In spite of excellent police manage
ment, has become so dangerous to life
and limb as to evoke the attention of
the House of Commons. According to
official returns over 5,000 persons were
run over and 250 killed in 1890. The
work of widening Ludgatc hill and
Fleet street to St Paul's which has
bees ia progress for twenty-six years
and which has already cost 241,000,
shows signs of completion. The last
notices have been served on tenants of
houses that are to be demolished.
The Standard Oil Company has tied
an answer to the petition of the Attorney-General
of Ohio in the State Su
preme Coart to oast the company from
its charter. They set forth the com
pany did sot eater the trust in an in
corporated capacity but that many in
dividuals of the same were interested in
the companies and it was their inter
ests which were consolidated and be
came parties to the trust If this should
not hold good they claim as a second
defense that the State is debarred by
the five-year limit, the company having
bees a part of the trast more than this
length of time.
Ik the Senate the other day Mr.
Stockbridge introduced a bill -to
incorporate the National Guarantee
Loan and Development Company of
the United States. The company
has for its object the amelior
ation of the conditioa of the
poor, the development of unoccu
pied farming and mineral lands by fur
nishing the necessary means to culti
vate and operate them, the' develop
ment of natural resources that may
conduce to satiosal wealth, the estab
lishment of isdustries on the co-operative
plan asd the eonstrsctkm and
maintenance of "atti
colleges, hospitals, asylums, etc.
Ah important feetsrs of the
gramme for the fatsre treatment of the
lsdias question ia the scheme sow be
apresaredby the War Department
for the wHafiial of a number of
young backs for service ia the ranks of
the army. It w proposed to enlist about
2.PM, jsrladisg AM) or 7M scout. A
separate regmtest eompeeed entirely of
Indians wiU not he organized, as at first
proponed by some srmy officers, for the
'reason that it is sot regarded as pss
fectly sale to bring such a large body"
of uncivilised people together. Sep-
eampanies, however will be or-
i about one attached to each
TliVif " "S
. -jm "sawTSsiasiry mmar cavairy
, . '
NEW8 OF THE WEEK.
OlMMd By Tstogmpli and MaJL
latae Senate oa the AU Mr. Carlisle
a institution, which was agreed to, calliajc
tneTrcsident for copies of the aacrespoaa
fence vita Brazil la regard to tee lB8n
of certain product. cnanlshew
was taken . whicK was Mr. BtalsMaotloa
tn reconsider vote recomtnltiitri.the bill
to adjast J he accounts of laborers to
the eight-hour law. The motion to reeon-
folder was disagreed to and the Senate pro
ceeded to consider the copyright Mil mini
recess. No qnorasa appearing at the evenlne;
sessloa the Senate adjourned A stormy
debate ocearred 4a the House en the eraer
of bnslness sad the sundry civil bill was
takes up. debated at eoae length and passed.
Benstf ssssaaascnu to the fartf eatians bill
were non-concurred in and the Mouse al
Vturned. TUE Senate passed a nntaber of bills eta
private or local nature oa the Mh and then
considered at length the naval appropria
tion bill, pending which eulogies upon the
late Bepresentatlve Walker, of Missouri,
wers delivered and the Senate adjourned
The House passed a bill Increasing the pen
sion of the widow or General Custer to fltt
per month. The army and pension appro
priation bills were sent to conference. The
House then considered the Legislative ap
propriation bill in Committee of tbo Whole,
and during the debate Mr. Ualzell (Pa.) se
Bolter for bl action In the Itarrundia killing
and tbe denial of a court of inquiry to Keiter.
Without completing the bill the House ad
journed. THE Senate on the 11th adopted several
resolutions calling on heads of departments
for information, and after passing one or
two local bills resumed consideration of the
naval appropriation bill which was finally
passed. The copyright bill was then taken
up, but laid aside informally. The Joint
resolution continuing the laws of Nebraska
over Oklahoma until July, il, passed, also
a n umlieroflocal bills and the Senate ad
journed... .The House passed the St-nate bill
to establish a record and pension office in
the War IHrpartun-nt and then went into
Committee of the Whole on the legislative
appropriation bill. Adjourned.
AFTER routine business the Senate on the
12lh resumed consideration of the copyright
bill, butai Senator Sherman wasabcnt,and
his amendment was pending, the bill was
temporarily laid aside and the District of
Columbia bill was di?cuscd and passed up
on third reading. Many bills of a local char
acter and several pension bills passed....
Soon after the House met it went into Com
mittee of the Whole on thelegislativeappro
priation bill. During tbe debate Mr. Cleve
land's anti-free coinage letter was sent up to
the clerk's desk by Mr. tJrosvcnor (O.) and
read, and the Tension-office was again under
fin;. AilJournedwithout completing the bllL
THE consular and diplomatic appropria
tion bill was reported to the Senate on the
13th and placed on the calendar. The copy
right bill then came up for further consid
eration, the pending question being Senator
Sherman's amendment, which will admit to
this country foreign editions of books copy
righted upon the payment of regular tariff
duties. The amendment, after a lengthy
discussion, was adopted by 75 to 21. Ames
sage from the I'reslilent announcing tbe
death of Admiral Porter was received and
the Senate1 adjourned.... Soon after as
sembling the House went Into Committee of
the Whole on the legislative appropriation
bill, the civil service clause being under con
sideration. The bill, after a long debate.
Anally passed. The death of Admiral l'orter
was announced and the House adjourned.
FEBSON'AL. AND POLITICAL.
TnE Pope thinks the formation of a
Catholic party in France is an "irides
The returns from Spanish provinces
continue to show gains for the Govern
ment. This is the cause of much con
gratulation, for it was the first trial of
COLONEL ItlCHARD F. Beirnk, for a
long time sole owner and editor of the.
State, of Richmond, Va., died on the
ttth. He was about 38 years old.
The condition of General Sherman
was quite serious on the morning of the
11th. Erysipelas had set in.
Mil. Cowi.esox, of Kingfisher, Ok.,
who has returned from a visit to Wash
ington, reports that he heard directly
from President Harrison that the Chero
kee Outlet would Ih thrown open for
settlement in the spring.
The Czarewitch was in Madras, In
dia, recently, where he was received in
state by the new Governor-General.
The Russian Prince ordered coins to be
scattered liberally among the immense
throng of natives who crowded to sec
him. In the rush to get the money sev
eral persons were injured.
The Farmers' Alliance and organized
labor-association are said to have men
in the Indiana Legislature putting down
the names of members who vote for or
against measures in which agricultural
and labor elements are interested, the
purpose being to influence votes by this
PtroEtc sentiment in Italy is not en
thusiastically in favor of the new Min
istry, but it will be given atrial quietly
for a time.
Kino Leopold, of Belgium, has
promised to support the demand of the
workmen for universal suffrage.'
William Marcus Mortox, ex-Chief
Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme
Court, died in Andovcr after a linger
ing illness. He was 72 years old.
Mr. Gosciiex, Chancellor of the Ex
chequer, stated in the British Parlia
ment that the Government contem
plated taking no steps whatever in re
taliation for the McKinley tariff bill.
The Republicans on the seventy
seventh ballot of the Illinois joint as
sembly, dropped Oglcsby for Lindley.
Ex-Premier Crisn, of Italy, will
practice law again.
The negotiations between Parnell
and his opponents for a reconciliation
have broken down. Parnell declares
he will not submit to tbe dictation of
Mr. Gladstone and the priests.
Ex-PRE8inEKTCLEYELAKn, in a letter,
takes, a positive stand against the free
coinage of silver.
Representative Strvble, from the
Committee on Territories, has reported
favorably the bill to open the Cherokee
Outlet to settlement and to extinguish
the title of the Indians to the land. A
long report accompanies the bill. It
says that in the opinion of the commit
tee the Indians do sot have a good title
to the lands.
Jay Gould was taken sick at St
Augustine, Fla., on the night of the
12th. Exaggerated and alarming
ramorswere soon afloat Gould tele
graphed to his son at New York that
he was all right
The President and Secretary Proctor
have sustained Colonel Forsythe for his
acts at the Wounded Knee fight For
sythe had bees severely censured by
Ex-Psxstscirr Cleveland's letter an
tagonistic to free silver coinage pro
voked much adverse criticism, especial-.
ly among Westers politicians.
alias Kate Dbexel has taken' her
final tows as a sun. Her $7,e00,000
goes to endow as order of sisters to
educate negroes and Indians.
Pbksidext Nortox, of the Louisville
k. Nashville railroad, has resigned.
Tbe House Committee on Judiciary
recommends the impeachment of Fed
eral Judge Alexander Boormas, of the
Westers district of Louisiana, formal-
ATanexdtmg session of the Italian
Cabinet most of the proposals of Signer
Nkotera, Minister of the Interior, were
Samttex Messr, eosaeetei with the
famous forgery of the "Moray Chinese"
letter during the Garfteld campaign,
died recently is New Hampshire.
Admtsai. David D. Pokteb. suc
cumbed to his lemg sickness at Wash
ington on the lath. He was in hie 78th
year asd was born Is Pennsylvania. Is:
respect to hie memory flags on G
nt buildings were hoisted at hah? 1
The eosdHios of the health ef Gen
eral Sheramas was much Improved as
' - M
of 14 unless i
of Italy foruiuV
to Mtrate under the ago
nested by the father
t This m Intended to
of the Christian Church
are engaged fs a
warm suassnsrem se swierw wains; as
organ' m -hurch. On a Sssday sight
the musical fassti mut was dragged is
Victor Mack, s well knows private
banker of Paris, has asmppeared. Bis
creditors mourn to the amount of 4a,
The coke strikers hi the Cowseusvuie
region has Increased to 1MM oa. the
The Caited States cruiser Baltimore
hasssilei from Toulos for ChilL
The British steamer Thaaemore,
from Baltimore for Losdos, has bees
gives sp for lost. She had s crew of 34
As the time set by law for the Potta
watomie to take their lands in seven
alty has expired the agent at Sh.-wuee-town
Is engaged in forcibly alloting the
few who were backward.
Tiikbe was a terrific explosion of gas
ternoon that injured severely William
Rock and John Christianson.
The First National and the North
Middlesex Banks, of Ayer, Mass., have
suspended. Cashier Spaulding has dis
appeared. George J. Girsox, secretary of the
great whisky trust has been arrested
at Chicago on the diabolical charge of
blowing up non-trust distilleries by
From a reliable report it is learned
that the Russian authorities have
caused a wholesale expulsion of Jews
from Novgorod and its environs.
It is evident that the shortage of El
dridge Pierce, the absconding secretary
of the City Loan Association, of Wil
mington, Del., will amount to 990,000
instead of 47,951, as recently reported.
It is believed the assets of the concern
are now about 960,000, against $140,000
this time last year.
The striking Conncllsville coke burn
ers threatened to mob the non-union
men at Raincy's works, and forty de
tectives were distributed at the several
Extensive prairie fires have been
raging through the western part of
Hale and Swisher Counties, Tex., and
thousands of acres of range have ltecn
destroyed. The fire was of incalculable
damage to stockmen.
Thomas Nortiicut, Levi Brown, Ruth
Tenners and Sidney .Tenners were badly
injured by an explosion of gas at La
fayette, Ind. The Jenncrs can not re
cover. The boiler in the Quebec Worsted
Company's factory at Hare Point, Que.,
exploded recently, completely demol
ishing the engine house and alnmt half
of the factoid. About 50 operatives
were killed and wounded.
Private Blackex, Fifth cavalry, re
cently killed the second cook, Gottlieb
Nonncman, at San Francisco.
Riotous scenes occurred at the Clark
thread mills near Newark, N. J., the
other evening when the non-union spin
ners quit work. A boy was shot
through the foot by a special police
man. Two of the crew of the steamer Cal
liope, that took fire at her dock at New
port, England were found dead in their
Mrs. La France and two children
were burned to death in their home at
St Albert Ont
A native of the Shan States, Bur
mah, recently ran amuck and shot
Major Nixon, Lieutenant Jameson and
two Sepoys dead.
Everett Wiley shot and killed Jan
Samphon at the Bowman Lumber Com
pany's camp near Brownstown, W. Va.
Business failures (Dun's report) for
the seven days ended February 12 num
bered 297, compared with 'SOtS the
previous week and :i02 the correspond
ing week of last year.
Trouui.e commenced at the grading
for the World's Fair at Jackson park,
Chicago, on the 13tb, a number of idle
workmen attempting to drive off the
Italians working for a contractor, caus
ing the work to be stopped.
The pumping out of No. 1 slope at
Jcansville, Pa., where the bodies of the
miners are buried, is progressing rapid
ly. The counter gangway is now emp
ty, and soon the slope will be dry.
Preparations arc being made to take
care of the bodies of the men when they
are reached and givo them prompt and
The combination pulp and straw
board mill at Elkhart Ind., exploded
with terrific force, demolishing tho
large brick mills. Schuyler Nes wander,
aged 25, was blown thirty feet and torn
to pieces. George Hickman was crushed
from his hips down and will die. Two
other men were hurt
The Kishop of Gal way in a letter pro
tests against Mr. Parnell's visit to that
city as a "grave scandal, a political
blunder and a social disgrace." The
Bishop calls Mr. Parnell a "publicly
CnARi.Es Hitch, a teller of the First
National bank of Evansvilla, Ind., is
50,000 short in his accounts and his
sureties will pay it
Georoe J. W. ATBMxaoH, of Nash
ville, Tenn., has assigned with asseta of
22,000 and liabilities of $18, set.
John SrELMAS, of Peoria, who was
arrested at St Paul, Minn., charged
with robbing the malls at Peoria asd
Washisgton. Ill, escaped from a North
western train running at a speed of
thirty miles an hour.
Messrs. Flirt A Co., of New York,
have received the following cablegram
from Chili: "Pizagua bombarded and
burning. Blockade ceased at Val
paraiso." The death of General Sherman occa
sioned the receipt of many thousands
of telegrams of sympathy by the be
The London Stock Exchange was de
cidedly dull during the week ended
February 14. Prices tended downward.
The Harris Theater, St Paul, Mins..
Has closed ita doors because of losses.
Advices from Spain state that macs
excitement prevails is the cities and
larger towns, and that the garrisons is
Madrid and Barcelona hava been in
creased. Rumors are afloat of a con
spiracy to overthrow the Goverameat
and establish a republic.
At s meeting of the Cbsservative
members of Parliament aad isfsestml
representatives of the British colosies
is Losdos, to consider the tradiag rels
tions between the eokmiee asd the
motherland, a committee was appoiated
in Trrfnuiiti a firs trade smoristloa
Great predictions ware heisg asses
at Hosolala togrvaa joyouarrreptfam
toKiag lalaheua when the United
Stams Isfahip Charleston hoved is
sight, beariag the moaarchadead body.
The aatiripated Joy waa changed isto
lamestatios. Quaes i-"-A-niisf show
ing the most violent msaHestatiosa of
Gnoses J. Grssox, secretary ef the
whisky trust, accused of dmbolfcalplo
Ung aad rehasm oa bond, has left, Hk
was hut i issued
from she iSssidest as-
of the emhrraa
ITsscbsasaa ear the
HXBRASEA 8TATK N1W8L
Anas the diiaiiaiis ef psMSins sai
rasalaUssy ia tae jwsJs oa taeetlwram-
wssswal 9 "srsssssBswHa spwTBBbO WffsansmyJ 4W ssawavsV.
nedlasl to ssuaad the thae lae stay ef exsea-
isMe wasadopfa,, VI
fstjeufsea aatU s. sv
an a Isrge a sac et
4. as at II Vetoes the
aVrswas taatlwC rax
ears armtea- The 1
sad lase eoplse er-
sssta W o'clock Tuesday.
TBB seasM bm at a'doefc ee Mm mh
when aaaar bins were offered. The hill re
euHiag rallrsass to eoaatract crew teas ever
taefr tracks at aH publie reeds, to arse aaw
improve mm crossings was ees
Cosimlsf of tea WboU sad ree-
BMMa Whoa th Hnn
Maay Mils wars then Intredaesd.
Mr. Cage, oa a question ef privilege, bad a
letter read which resected severely apes his
settos la voting torseogalzeCeveraor Boyd,
Bills wers referret ea second reading sad
the Mil llaiitfag tie life of eostestle Judg
ments tears years passed hy a vote of site
ArTxa the iatrodactloa ef blUs la tbe Sen
ate oa the lltb, hills were read a second time
aad referred, and hills oa general flic were
considered In Committee of tbe Whole. The
Joint resolution axing February 17 for hear
ing the contested election case for state
officers was taken ap and a long debate fol
lowed. The resolution was lost by a vote of
14 to 13, thus shelving for the present tbe
Boyd contest. The anal vote stood: Yeas
Coulter, Day. Dysart, Hill, Micblner, Poya
ter, Kanda'l, Senders, Smith. Steven. Wsr
aer, Williams. Nays Brown, Cbrlstofferson.
Collins. Kgglestoa, Helper, Mattes, Moore.
Scbrsm, Sbumwsy, gwitzler.Thouias.Turner.
Van llousen. Woods. Senators Kountz and
Wilson, Starunck and Horn, Bvck and Shea
were paired and Senator Taylor wus absent
....Committees reported on bills in the
House, many being favorably recommended.
Bills were introduced, and the remainder of
the session bills were considered in Commit
tee of the Whole.
Mast petitions and resolutions were pre
sented in the Senate on the 12th. Senator
Coulter Introduced a Joint resolution that
all articles of Incorporation and other pa
pers pertaining to the organization and in
corporation of banks be transferred from
the office of the Secretary of State to that
of the banking department of the Auditor of
Public Accounts. After tbe Introduction of
bills and reference of others the Senate ad
journed.... The House passed Mr. Moan's
bill in regard to tun Executive Department
which adds tbe Railroad Commissioners.
Mr. Moan's bill that the Governor shall con
stitute a board of transportation and have
power to appoint three secretaries also
passed. Newberry's maximum rate bill was
considered in Committee of the Whole the
remainder of the forenoon. The afternoon
Was likewise given to consideration of bills
In Committee of the Whole.
The irrigation convention at Lincoln
adopted the following resolutions:
Resolved, That this meeting recognizes tbe
value of United States investigation under
tbe charge of the. Commissioner of Agri
culture and the information in tho report
already mado, and desires that It may ba
continued till the Investigation shall show
the water supply and Its availability for
Irrigation and the cost of using It through
the whole plains region.
We would urge, therefore, on our Con
gressional delegation the desirability of
giving the commission till the 1st of Janu
ary, 1(03, to make their report.
Resolved, That a copy of this resolution
be signed by the president and secretary of
this convention and sent to csch of our Sen
ators and Congressmen at Washington Im
mediately. Resolved, That the chair appoint a com
mittee of five to arrange for an Inter-State
convention to be composed of delegates
from the Stiles of Nebraska, Kansas, Wy
oming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Colo
rado, Oklahoma, Texas and Now Mexico to
consider questions of common interest in
tho matter of irrigation.
Resolved, That a comralttco of live be ap
pointed to consider the best manner of
bringing pressure to bear on Congress for n
speedy donation of public lands in tbe States
lying wholly or In part in the arid region to
those States to be used In promoting and
building works of irrigation.
Resolved, That, notwithstanding the wide
spread stories of destitution- which have
been circulated concerning tho condition of
Nebraska settlers, we hereby reiterate our
profound faith In the future of the State and
dedicate ourselves anew to the work of de
The Australian ballot bill passed the
House without a dissenting vote.
The Cass County commissioners have
accepted a Lincoln architect's plans for
their new court house. The structure
will be of stone, two stories and a half
high, with a basement and fire proof
throughout The size will be 80x102.
The cost is estimated at $7.1,000, 95,000
less than is appropriated.
David Vogel, a German farmer fifty
years old and with a large family, com
mitted suicide near Seward the other
day by hanging. The owner of the
farm, which he rented, was pressing
him for the money, which he could not
pay, and it was thought brooding over
it caused temporary derangement
H. M. Rogers recently attempted
suicide- at Omaha and then confessed
to being concerned in a murder in
Pennsylvania some years- sgo, under
the belief that he would die. Finding
that he had not succeeded in killing
himself he tried starvation and refused
food for six days. The doctors finally
pumped milk- into his stomach.
A biix has been introduced into the
Legislature by Mr. Feltin, of Nuckolls,
which provides that one storekeeper
shall be appointed by tbe Board of Pnb
lio Lands and Buildings, with an office
at Lincoln, at a salary of S2.500 a year,
who shall purchase all supplies, except
perunsDie articles, zor tne various
charitable institutions of the State.
Tssbody of William Liscount, who
was lost in the late blizzard near Chad
ron, was found the other evening about
fifty feet from his house, where he
doubtless sank exhausted almost at the
door of his home. The body was buried
is a snow drift and tho spot was passed
repeatedly by the searchers, aad was
ottV&soovered by the merest chance.
The young wife of Milton Cummins,
s farmer living sorth of Rushville,
ssarlefl home alone asd was overtaken
by the late storm. The next day she
was found dead in her buggy, within
two miles of home and .within forty
rods of a neighbor's houseT
Thh Board of Education of Nebraska
Oty decided to settle the public
school trouble by asking for the resig
nation of Superintendent Ostrom asd
Principal Sublette. The former handed
hi his resignation, which was promptly
accepted, but Sublette refused to he
fired, asd whes he was bounced by the
oeftenra apes s warraat he threatened
to see for damages sad the year's salary.
Two boys, 14 yean old, got caught is
the slhosrd while hunting sear Kear
say acd ware f ossd next day froses to
A FKSrasT train was derailed is the
Union Pacific yards at Omaha the other
day asd fsgJsi n Jensen iastaatly
Johh J. Rtaw, s brslnmaa os Urn
EUthors road, recently fell from s
freight traia while pulling a coupling
pis to make a flying switch at Plais
vjbaAd had both lf cat osT shove
the knee. The doctors amputated hath
lasVba, he the patsest milod V rally
badly bittes by a
that they wiU so
to drosght sufferers free.
It stated that the
by the AUSasee
ctsmt ,jsJama m Ksumsiams sm
ash DsHsfl wmasssmBalartaer. .asu. tnnram aad that the
8HESXAN IS DEAD.
Hew Yobje, Feb. 15. At l:t o'clock
yesterday Geseral Saermaa'e condi
tio was such aa to sreclade hope of re
covery. The swelling of the face asd
seek had subsided asd erysipelas
under control. The danger was of
other kiad the development of lssg
trouble complicated with a retarsof
the long standing asthma.
At S:4S o'clock all the members of the
'family were summoned to the General's
slMde, as the end was thought to he
At 7:le o'clock It was said
the General would live not later than 9
o'clock. At S.ti5 the sick man was con
scious and without pain, but his
asthmatic breathing was short and his
At 1:50 o'clock General Sherman
breathed his last
General Sherman contracted a severe
cold Wednesday night when he visited
the Casino with several army oflicers.
Erysipelas followed, which dulled all
William Tectimseh Sherman whs born at
Lancaster, O.. February , IHXX He gradu
ated from the West 1'olnt Military Acsdi'iiiy
In ISM and served in the riorlda wnr In 19TJ
42. lie was at various military pouts iu the
South until 1917, when he went to California,
Where he was Acting Al'tant Adjutant
General until 1C. He was on coin m Unary
duty In St Louis in 1-O-Si ami wss xtutlont-d
at New OrltuiM until Septembers, lbf, when
he resigned. From 1K3 to 14 7 he was a
banker In Hun r'rnnclc and New York, and
In IS." Zi lie practiced law In Leavenworth,
Kan. He was superintendent of the Louisi
ana Military Acsileiiiynt Alexandria from ltt
to January 1, lsfit, when lie went to St. Lotil.
On May 14, IMS1, he was reappointed In the
regular army with the rank of Colonel, and
three day Inter was made llrJfadlcr-ticnurat
of volunteers. He commanded a brlxmlc In
the first battle or Hull Kim, on July 21. W,L
October of tliut year he was appointed to the
command of the department of tlie Cumber
land, but afterward took chsrs;e of a camp
of Instruction at tit. Louis, where he re
mained until February. 117. when he was
Riven command of the district of North
western Kentucky, with hendiuarters nt
Paducah. Ky. He commanded u divUlou In
the Tennessee and Miilppl -:unpnlicn.
Was In the battles of Fort Henry, lonenon
and SIiIIoIl On April 7 he was wounded In
the latter battle. He was In the advance upon
and siege of Corinth, April 1) to Slay 30, and
was made Mujor General of volunteers
May L He commanded a hastily or
icutilzcd expedition which attempt
ed to capture Vlcksburif December
27-2J In lHJi. In command of the Fif
teenth army corps, ho led the expedition
which curried Arkansas Post by usuauH Jnu
uaryll.and until July 3 was actively enyaed
In the slcxc of Vicksburar. He was made
Hrhradlcr-Guncral in the r Kular army, his
commission dating from July 4, and during
tho summer and uutumn was engaged
In various operations In Mississippi and
Tennessee. He commanded the left wins; of
the army at Chattanooga, Novembers to 2
and at the beginning of December compelled
General Longstreet to ralc the siege of
Knoxville. In February, lit, with 20,(0
men, he marched to Meridian. Miss., and
broke up the railroad centering there.
Having organized at Chattanooga an army
of 100,0110 men he invaded Georgia, engaging
the Confederate forces under Gener.il John
ston, whom he forced to evacuato Pulton
May 12, at Kesaca May 15, CaviUe Mny 19,
Dallas May 23 to 2. and alterwards altnont
dally, until the protracted operations about
tho Kenesaw mountain, near Marietta. Juno
20 to July 2, which involved a severe repuMe
June 27 Ho occupied Marietta July 3, and
after several other eugsgemcntM repeatedly
defeated General Hood, Johnston's suc
cessor, in command before Atlanta, the se
verest battle being fought on July 22, and
began the siege of that city. On August 12
he was made Major-General in the regular
' The battle of Jonesburg was fought August
31. On the night of September 1 Atlanta whs
evacuated by General Hood, and General
Sherman occupied the city until the middle
of November, when he begun his famous
inarch to the sea. He reached Savannah De
cember SI, stormed and captured Fort McAl
lister, and on the 21st received the surrender
of that city. With Savannah as his bae, he
marched Into the Carolinas, and occupied
Columbia. 8. C, February 17. He captured
Cbcrawon March 3, ami Fayettevllle on the
12th. On the 16th he fought tho battle of Av
erysboro, and on the lVth, ?th and 21st that
of Bcntonvllle, and on the 23d entered Golds
boro. On April IS he occupied Raleigh, and
on the 2Cth the Confederate army, under
General J. K. Johnston, surrendered st Dur
ham station. N. C. upon terms which were
rejected by tbe Government.
Sherman's advance to Richmond and
Washington from April 23 to May 24, 13.
ended his Southern marches of more than
2,000 miles. On June 27 he was appointed to
the command of the military division of the
Mississippi, comprising the departments of
Ohio, Missouri and Arkansas, with head
quarters at St. Louis. On July 23, IK. hc4
succeeded General Grant as Lieutenant
General and on August it took command of
the division of tbe Missouri. In November
and December he was employed on a special
mission In Mexico. He was made General on
the vacation of that grade by President
Grant. March 4. 1MB.
At his own request, and in order to make
Sheridan General-in-Chief, he was p.aced on
the retired list, with full pay, on rebnisry 9,
galea Pacific Changee.
Omasa, Neb., Feb. 15. A circular
has been issued entirely reorganizine;
the freight department of the Union
Pacific railway. J. A. Monroe, present
assistant traffic manager, becomes gen
eral freight agent, relieving F. B. Whit
ney, and will have general supervision
of the entire system. R Campbell, at
present general freight agent of the
Pacific division, will be general freight
agent with headquarters at Portland,
Ore. F. B. Whitney, present general
agent, becomes first assistant Assist
ant geseral agent are appointed at Den
ver, bait Lake, Portland, St. Joseph,
City and Butte.
WASaTDfOTox, Feb. IS. The H
Committee oa Claims has takes adv
action os a sumber of bills pending be
fore it to pay to the eontestees aad eos
testsaU is election eases in this Con
gress the amount is excess of the
. allowed by the law which they
expended in seeuriag evidence. The
eoasmittee bases its actios oa the ges
eral gresmd that the slsimasts were at
the time they isesrred the extra ex-
fally aware of the am oust to
be lesrauy stttiesL
ilttee elalms, rea
Lome. FeKla. -Advices
i that much eseitesscst prrvsiis m
BteeV-TlM Ores SsIsIhs Last Hears
mt sfnl 'ft
- - - (.MiMd ts snllawaa
BnSS SBBnaBavnnuB sssaw - - - - -- r
Wawsa. Vah, la. The niimmltmii of de Fasss
offsutottioav JSm rommwwi dtmisrht lfBuA"- "C
... -A - . shsss trfaw ansssa, ass
siaa. shiss. the eoma
A TtRftllLC CHARGE.
asm" ssusWfws'BnTy vW sbbbw VstssbM sussam Jr rMsaWH
CstCACO, Feb. IX George J. Gibson,
secretary of the great whisky trust, waa
arrested at the Grand racifc Hotel
yestcrdar morsiag on a charge of cos
sp4risg to blow up all the diatillrrks ht
the country sot Wloagiag to the trust.
Mr. Gibson liven at Peoria aad it la
aWl that he came here- ftsr the express
purpose of wreekiag the Shufcldt die
tlllcrr is this city.
Ia a small satchel carried by Mr. Gib
aes was found a sumber of articles
which are said to be positive evidence
of his eesnection with the conspiracy.
Gibson was taken to the United
States marshal's office in the Govern
ment building, asd at a pvrlimiaary
hearing before United State CummU
ksaer Hoyae ia the afternoon waived
examination and was held to the Fed
eral grand jury on .o,ooo balL
The conspiracy was. worked up
through Revenue Inspector T. S.
Devar. who was told guardedly s-..n.o
months ago that the Shufeldt dMUIrrr
was In the way of the tru.t. and that
there was "hig money for the man who
succeeded in getting the concern out of
Solicitor Hart of the internal revenue
bureau of tho United States Treasury
Department who ha arrived in this
city from Washington to take charge of
the case, has in his povv-iti the dyna
mite machine with which the destruc
tion of the Shufcldt distillery wa U bo ;
effected, and paper closing the cca- f
tract fur the diabolical business.
The specific change against Gibson
is that he tried to bribe Devvar to blow I
up tne .scliurei.lt distillery. All ar
rangements had Wen completed for
the work when the Government odicials
prevented the consummation of tho
Insector Stuart of the Posl-oftlco
Dertmcnt. one of the oftlclals who
made the arrest, said: "I nm not nt
liberty to give the facU in the case, hut
there is nothing that human mirnl can
conceive more dialoHeal and horrible
than tho intentions of the conspirators.
Il was nipped just in time, Vk, for tho
first blow was to have Wen .struck hero
in Chicago. Then it would have Wen
repeated in other wiints."
The Shufeldt distillery was the most
important otttsitlc of the combination,
ami it wis against this that the plot was
arranged. Two previous attempt-,
which were attributed to the whisk)'
trust, but not proved. ere made to de
stroy Shttfehlt'.s with dynamite. One of
i them occurred two years ago hist full.
Detective Dan Cough I m, of the city h
lice force, was detailed on the c;ise, and
it was while at work on it that he mado
the acquaintance of the little German.
John P. Kunzc. Itoth of them wen af
terward tried for complicity in the .
fcasftination of Dr. Oonin. Coughlin is
serving a life M-ntenco for the crime,
but Kunzc wns acquitted. '
THE CHEROKEE STRIP.
Evident Wns That It Will He rn lor
Hettlrmriit Itefore Maujr Weeks.
WahiiixotoX, Feb. 11. The House
Committee n Territories has agreed
upon a report concerning the Chcrokeo
Strip. It will recommend the pasvngo
of a substitute for the Mnnsur bill pro
viding that the Strip W oiened t set
tlement. The Mnnsur bill proioM-l
that the Indians' should W paid $!."' tut
acre, tbe monev to le nam as the en
tries were made, but the Mthstiti
agreed uikii provides that a commission
shall settle with the Indians for
price of their lands after the Strip h.vt
Wen restored to public domain. This is
pretty near the same bill resirted on
January U.I ty the House Committee on
Indian Affairs as a substitute for tho
Perkins bill. The committee does not
entertain much hope that the bill will
pass the Senate, but it is pretty certain
that an effort will W made to get It
through the House. I he retKrt is
hhrncd by all the memWrs of the Terri-
,.ji r-".....m;i -... !.... . ,
torial Lommilte except Harues, of
.... , ' . ....
Georgia, and linker, of New orU, and
there Is undoubtedly a strong senti
ment in the House favoring the pavsago
of some measure of. this kind.
It is proposed to open the Chcrokeo
Strip and M'ttle with tho Indians after
ward, the Government having already
cents an acre for 0,500,000
AGAINST FREE SILVER.
Ks-Presldeat Clevrbtntl Opposetl
Nr.w York. Feb. IS. Between GOO
and 700 people attended the mass meet
ing called at Cooper Tnlon last night
by the HcformCluh to opjose the silver
bill. E. Ellcry Anderson presided and
among letters of regret that were read
was this under date of February 10,
from ex-President Cleveland:
My Ienr Sir: I bav? thl afternoon rn-.
e'lvt-l your note invltlntr inn in nttend to
morrow evenliiK a mi"etlnK railed for thn
purpose of voicinK the opposition of tli
buslnrv mm of our city to the frr- rolni(ft
of sllvt-r in tbe United tstrs. 1 shslt not Ix.
able to attend and nt!drr tlie tncetinie syu
reucst. but I srn srlad that the tmlnes in
ten-sts of Srw York are st lst to b lirsrd
on tbe subject. It unrrly can not be ne- rs
sary for mo to make a formal expression of
my SKrrmcnt srltn tlioe who believe that
the arvt perils would be initiated by the
adoption of the chrtn; cnibrsc-d In the
measure now pendlnir In Consrrt- for nn
"nnllmlted colnfSr of silver at onr mints. If
wo have developed sn nnexp-ct"5t capacity
for the assimilation of a largely lnrreatd
volume of the currency, snd even If we lutTe
demonstrated lh? usefulness of sueh nn in
crease, tfceie condition fail far hortof In.
stirlnt; us sjratnst disaster, if In the prrsrnt
situation we enter upon tbe dangerous ssd
reckless experiment of free, unlimited and
Independent silver coin-.
GROVKK Cf JCVSLASD.
mtsl rrelcbt Wreck.
St. Louis, Feb. 11. At 5:35 a. m. to
day a collision occurred at Inglexlye,
seven and a half miles northwest of tt
Louis, between a Wabash engine and
caboose and a St. Louis, Xcoknk 4;
Northwestern freight train. !kth en
gines and ten cars of the freight tram
were badly wrecked, ilrakcmen Wil
liam UuAh and Kecfer, of tltc Xorta
wetern section, were killed. Conduc
tor John Itrodcrick and Fireman John
Cooler, of the Wabash, were seriou.siy
hurt, and Engineer Hoeffic aad llrakc
manlL Hill, of the Wabaah. slightly
DKTSorr, Mich.. Feb. IS. The levee
and military reception gives ia honor of
Michiraa's Democratic Coreraor. rI-
wia P. rasas, by the Detroit light
guard, was trrj largely attended by
delegations from all over the State as
well aa a host of prominent Detroit
people. The areacsce of General Nel
som A- Miles asd staff added mferest to
the ocTSsies At the dose of the recep
tioaat It o'clock the assembled
sssy part faripa ted is i
after which the piis of the evesiag
withdrew to the sMaetiaj hall asd
m the rank.
FeK lXTO real sease of tho
as Tietsr Mast, whose
the Fose ran
cestry arst to him the. Papal benedic
tion asd a photograph of his Holteeta
beariag his anrlofrraeh. Thin had the
effect of iaereaaiaff1 the Issaher'
amosg the clergy. The mosey
ited wkh Bersess assonsitesl to sWMst
The sastker kept so boohs
so Heard heyssdssc sample
ADXIBAL FOSTER DEAD.
- sswat. assume smss . ssarsa
nam ew e"suv rs-isutni - e4
aanssHsaa xs r-isniil sun rM swsas
.. ssHtre asssnssi
as is Ttmwf asjlswi
IX rorter diesl vesterdsy usoeslag.
Hin death resulted fros fatty
er&tioa ef the heart, which reWa
dineaee txed iu fstal clatch wpoa hiss
at Newport. E. t. last suasmer, whes.
coatrary to the advice ef hU asrysldss
he overtaxed hit streagth by tehUg
violeat exerds, asd was strichsui
with s eomplicatkm of dies an a, Inelwt
ag eoagestios of the laags asd drwjsse.
Ills death this morsiag was eelm east
peaceful It cause slasoat estirely with
out warning. When Dr. Wsleeleft him
at 1 1 o'clock Tuesday night hU conitlou
was about the same as it had Im-n fur
several weeks wit, and there were no
indications thitt medical services would
be needed Wforc the time for the doc
tor's regular visit in the- morning, about
9 o'clock. The nature of the Admiral's
disease made It estremrlv dangerous
for him to lie on his back, so that he
was accustomed to rest sitting upon a
large no fa with his lack and head
supported by pillows. Nourishment
; was administered every hour and tbo
Admiral was awake at Q;5 o'clock
: and took his nourishment as usuaK
He afterwards fell Into a light
sleep and gave no indication whatever
that the end was no near st hamL At
o'clock the Admiral's son Illehurd, who
slept by his side, noticed that there was
' a change In his father's condition. He
1 was breathing nith difllcultv and
seemed to W choking The nurse J
felt his pulse and found It to
W fluttering feebly. The house- j
hold was at once n roused and Dr.
Wales sent. The patient's pulse grew
fainter ami fslutcr and at :ti o'clock
ceased to Wat- At that hour he gacd
convulsively and expired without a
word. He sat Wit upright with his son
lllchard holding one hand nod his ;
daughter. Mrs. U C I,ogan. holding the '
other. There were also at his Wlstd k
his son. Lieutenant Thetdorle l'orter, I
U. S. N., and his son-in-law. Lieutenant
l C. IOgati. 1'. S. N.. his nnrse, Jauirn
McDonnhl, and his faithful man rer-1
vant, William Wilkes.
His other son. Captain C. 1' l'orter.
j l- S,
M. C. iitul Major D. K. Torter.
formerly of the army, and his youngest
daughter, Mrs. Charles ( ampWM, ar-
J rivnl soon nf ter and joined the sorrow-
ting group which had gathered In the
chatnW'r of the afflicted widow.
i w i ii r.
Dsvttl IHiim I'ortsr w
is born In Ch-trr
pur U srruntinlr
r., In IMS. sail st ths 9f
i lit fa'.Jirr, D.ivld I'lirtrr. s nsvsl utorrr.
the Wet Iii'llr iire plrscjc rpvsil-t,
, f3T he wita Biiitiit-l a iiil0tllitiisu In
nvr, snI In lJv l--ttii" an I
Amcrlean "inldily, srrvin Srt in tlie
. on , co- irtry) sn.i ta io atwi
rtiMean f fas sitl.aiitlMnt1v nar mI I
' nolnt-l Ijcitr-nant, ll- nss irsntrr-t
' ,M" nmxmX '-rv story In W.binst..a in
' IsjS end in IW ! Jutriiot'il with n rrt
( , , ... .. ., . .
I mission to llsytt II was srtlwljr rugB!
. , sirsleaij war, 8rt a lJi.rM.t.
nftnrwsril a rotnmsndrr of the (iU11tv
At the Lr unllijt of the civil sir Urn Ot.ik
command of the t'owhattsn snd tn April.
11, lit rharitn f tbe mortar lt nf
twenty one ehooneranif five ttrimrr that
ilnrd I'arrsKNt' licet In J"".!. Ie otk
part In the bombardlns ol Tatt Jurh.on
snd Kort ft. 1'hlllp l-li w orlrun
and they aurrt rnl-rt-l ! hltu In l"Tl. U
ltrd Karrsaut tn ail theoperati'oi tirn
Vickshun; ami ' wOrlrsn While the ton
federate at Vtcaalnirx wrre titsklBf ff.iria
to repair the IndlalioU, whl h they ha1eatit
ured. Comniandur l'irter flttrd sr old scow
to look like on: of hU turtle atitihoata, with
teo canoes lor nsMrboata, a sutokealaf b
of pork barrel end mud furnace in sthlch
Turrt-d Mnter snd m t adrift with w J
ono on bard. A trsmrndous rnn'ntt
from the ('on federate falld lo atop her and t
th aulhorlt. st Vlckburs; haalllr d
troyed the Indlanoln. whllr; th? aoppowd
monitor drifted fur an hour brfore tbeenemy
dlacovered the trick.
In jsu orter. ss Kar Ailmlral. tK
charge of tb Milalppl aqaadrot. Iropro
vlavd the Sfnund t.tty naVy yard. Icrtat
his 'jiiailron to I J vessels asd eo'Operttlet!
with Hierman in the capture of Arksnasa
Post In ISA Contf rra thanked Mm fur his
scrvicea at Vlckaburx sud h was commfa.
stoned Krar Admiral In July. PSU. The asm.
year he ran the bitterfrsat Vtcksbunr. rapt
ured the Confederal fort stGraiidfiutf sn4
later asslatnl In the capture of Vfrkabttrz.
He remained In tb Mlala!ppt nntlt ti.
and in October of that year waa tranaferrl
to ths North Atlantic sosi1ron and in 14
captured the forta at tee month of the Cap
fear river, including Tt riaber. "ir this
he was again thanked try Congr.
He was promoted t Vlee admiral iw
and served s superintendent of tfea Xavsl
Academy until Is, when Se waa detaCM Ut
doty la tbe Xavy Depart nsent at Wasfclng.
ton. In IsTQ be was appointed Adsnlral of
Deceased can front a Ions: tine f nsey f
feers. ive geuersf Ions ef ancestors having
preceded blm In the rvfe.
The reraytS Slsile)isssa.
Chicago. Kelt It. General Mikv
when asked whether he had any thing
to say in rrgard to Colonel Forsythe's
reiawtaUnssest aaid: "I kaew sothhsg
about the actios takes at WaahJagtosa.
I do not earc to make asy stateaurat is
rrgard to it, aor do I care to review the
ease. I made a rarefel stsdy of the?
mstter aad did what I ttwjsght the ex
Igesehs of thr. cay liissse Iti. What I
dat I ssssi do agasssnwer the asase
eircamissanssa. I expeot s xeesrire ss
official notice of the acttss takes, frosa
the fact that Colonel FanTthe la not
aitcr aij i sninl hut is is Geseral
POrcsaxsrsir, X T.. Feb. X4. Mrs,
George L. ilesfcd. the wife ef s well
knows farmer of CUmUm Ceassty, tfeis
Mtang. eloped os Thersatay wtsh Orisado
Briggs, her hsbaasfs hired am, tahisg
with her several haestred sVdtsrs he-
to her ssa nasal The easjpSe
law yevYarfc asd H
bakes, asd at the latter sse it was
Feb. !. JCetra
a Vb mlrtkMm aa -aaM im i a
ass ise cM3pisg esusass weee aeieaaas
stnsasaee. Tsoywsttho hru-sghtto
SSCsssesTaXi s, reav seVaMs fessjsrs
athnsfc lost sight. Ac hVasm ssstfe
GoU m se urn ad & mote
hase ssfsssanst alt earn mat she nanaa aa aa
BUs avwssuas nsssnsv aw aasw snnsaw ass yssu
ess ists assv p wsmawsa4enwanv
w . aa a aa bb b . a aa aaaw w ' - m e' mrmrmmrm'mimamcmmmmmmjwrmnmmmKarm
BBBYBeBSBBnBBBBl BaSB aSBSsSfcSamShftmOatsni af'SSBSBX SnSBSaT flAsBSBSjAsjB aPPOlP ranSaSaSaSnP"rTy wPPjeWWBsSF
te e esesss sy
t nsl.t re'iiei sBSise)
esus. iineik .
mims fc-c ireawaiwr
f MX i-H t mst-4 t Sfim
iOl stsa s AAs
es4 Uiari sm - wti ssr
ft ettsw v e
essi Uh tnsi M& se
syeev rrvset. Try m.
it rm sails w t ftonr
k 4li'l M Hf ff ili-,
fjsS eS tt esSL ft, esSV
Sf C I. MOiJO a Ct. -. t- usv
IOO OOwar On DoHeW
A. IklUmjcr. lrojr . 5tovc !ono
dry. Montajjny. Quebec, wttto: "t
hzx itsol Attgttt Klovcr fot Dv
rwtsia. It crax-c tnc gtrat relief. I
recommend it to all Dysjurplio a
vcty ood remedy,'
litl. Ilcrpcron. General Ira!rr.
Lauxon, Icvis. QucisrC. writes : I
hac ttcil Attiit Flower with the
beat possible result for !JU.
C A. Itirritigtmi. Kngtnccr am!
Gc::cral ln:ith. Sytlney. Attslralu.
writer "August Flower hx cfiectwt
a complete cure in my cac
ed like a miracle."
Gco. Gatct. Corinth, MU. .writer:
" I consider your August Flower live
best remedy tn the world for Iv
jcctia. I was almost !cad with
that disease, but usett .scA'eral bottle
of Auj;ut Fluwcr, ami n.nv ctm.
sidcr myself a well man. I sjttcerely
preommend thU mctlicine to MtiTcr
tsg humanttthe wwlil oer !
G. i. r.KKKX, !ndc MaBufjclarvr.
w wdbuf). Xcs Jersey, U. SL A.
W. L DOUGLAS
3 8HOK essAMsss.
4. i- 4
US dtM, lin vSU
fc vSUS 4-f.M-s Hl
a ...I m, ..kilk. a
" -.. .. j r. i. ...- g .
j ZZ,tZ?S:Mv H
w ,i u tintrMiM
Ssmee ss,-. r . si.tS I- Kiw et
U ,. rt... J ,,. 4 .uHiumuM
is, ir 4ti4 II
w. t- serssi.ae. ur-a.
W. t. I
TKS) -s4a,f u, M . .
ut4 is -l re t jt
F- A --
' vet rrr
THE NEW WEBSTER
A GUANO INVCftTMCNT
Inn laa l-n it --! If rtf t I m
1 tn IS -JiVbrtJ ttnt-WjK-l
eVbttTsHawearWrv, Vit,r3U4 tyhltfr.
OX A S3. MRSSI A ftril, f.alMSo,
Ss)rtngOal4. Meee.. f. m. A,
CesrtSssst -7Trs )t r- 7 - y
sfi thp rtftea tt o l: ih-
SftRe wrqatd. 7H (-k sc gfn
SxWv .rtrf-- We!tr t'saf fMt T
OteeS Silaufi Ifleit-f-afy.' Ulaya K
Isy-ttcnsrr " Vtkm-r jtV-I 1ko.
ry" "- .
afaey s aw.aw eis fitl iKm
very rkWUe, a C ttp f trm A v.
r is t years e4. ei ft isrfsri r, . f-
ssaw (-7 sayasiaysscisa i4l )y.
ao t a rnomrs rjsotst to ts
aiirTHino t co Iav sr am o ;
Sosatejr rir cfsesrr
ssasf fJeanmsassjsssBBsi srr pv&t
mi ft, n urn asi rtrtr"
rXEavM OH Mt afeONIS
ST TWS S4T tit A f-3C 4 tT, t
tabs rr jvT a estrtVAff t u wit "
tsscat Tav7inK.wr M sovwt r,
srrt uii js arjs su
f4ftV. TAKC Po TKfi.
AVuVST" ? -P"
K!BBBBBBBBannsW sBSBSnl '
einwVmauusnVf su sS v
I toeik Col-,
OstAlUlltetrB Allf ICC
aSSnW BShnaSst SSnSBV sSBBBBB asmaSBBsStsS. -ag-jaBt-atuSy Sj-ffaW
WW ss .
Sana east sarnn)1smeaBnssi 'aSL MJn m mr , m m - 9 'anStanr?'-- m9 ji, msmd BIWB snSkwmBUe
I sOaaVanisaSsSTBllP saTssat -f -X aa Jsr W ' T To eAsr-m la.
- r t.- i sii i a -s -- -' - " - - i' -- -- ir-vC "fsfr. , a -
rv-w- ?k?r -i T.
n ""a. "
v - .. - -pn -svr. .. . v.-i-s. x. z . r?x-!
T .X'XfS.i''. .
Tl I. "ft i. -t v . v
;, -T.irs:--&iSUS -T - -.".
TM-tite&T&ZJ -s - i??
SaVTaw a -j- -r----'
-to. o-rjiCi!i? s
tf .if?55i Jt Titfl
. :, -
ar - -sT
'3S: isV . aP
Xd. .mat ? " jrirtt.
wv uauauuuk. jaans" --ss.nr: j..-.': - ""u:' 'it -i ia--'v. j -ar- . t ? -w.
.- ss lssu as .r-re -.? -TieaV sw -rrPrr---rr- -s3
rsr . 1. - i. . t- . - i ,- -
TV' ,. . S
BBBBBBnUHU; '-; - - S&?-?XEZ&Ci?ez.&?Z-'.. -?
BnSnSnuSnSnSnSlisr -fv-J,.irif? sv
Powered by Open ONI