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A. C. HOSMER, Publisher.
RED CLOUD, -.-- NEI5RASKA
Tiik exports of Japan in 1S00 fell off
Si:,r.00,000 lwcau.se of the failure of the
rice crop and the holding- hack of silk.
T;;iu:itci'i.o.is ha-s made it appcMr
ance amoiig- the cattle of Maine and
New Hampshire in a virulent form, and
the catltlo inspectors are busy hunting
up and lulling infected cattle.
Tiik four-year-old child of John
Hatter, who lives a few miles from
Dubuque, la., was in the yard play
injr wlien a goo.se with younjr goslings
ran at her. The dog ran at the goose
and the light lietween the two fright
ened her into spasms from which she
died in a few hours.
Tin: czar one year ago forbade Grand
Duke Michael to marry Countess Igna
ticlF, the dnnghter of the ambassador at
Constantinople. The mother of the
cHinlrvaHs'j dissuaded the grand duke.
On the grand duke" marriage withu
maid -orvant tlic czar issued a secret
decree depriving him of his ducal rank.
Si:cktai:v Noma: writes that it is
now illegal for whites to enter any of
the Indian reservations soon to be
jHnud. He al.vi states that though
the two sections in the appropriation
law tixingVjthji size of the new coiinticb
are eonilicting he will lay out the coun
ties according to the latter section,
making them seven hundred square
Lati:i: developments into the sup
posed fiendish murder of Alexander
iMiyiScr, an old citizen of Coshen, Intl.,
show that liis death w:is caused by rats.
The old man fell on the floor in a stupor
und nits attacked him, tearing off the
llesh and mutilating the face .shocking
ly. From this the officers originated
tin theory that tramps had clubled the
old man to death.
I)i: Ihi.r.MA.v, of Tittston, Pa., says
that there is nothing in the story
about Miss Anna Dickinson's persecu
tion. While appearing otherwise
rational, her mental trouble took this
form from the lcginning. At Pitts
ton, where their relations have been
understood for years past, it is unneces
sary to say that Miss rickinsoti charges
emanated from an unsettled mind.
It is stated on the best of Wash
ington authority that there is no im
mediate prospect of a change in the
olliee of I'nited States treasurer, and
that the president will positively take
no action in the matter until Mr. Hus
ton recovers from his present illness
There is no truth whatever in the re
jMrt that arrangements are being made
for a count of the cash and securities in
anticipation of a change..
Tin: reported postponement of the
teeiproeity negotiations with Canada
until October 1- is well grounded. Sec
retary Plaine, though willing, is in no
hurry to discuss the question and thiuks
it would pay to hold otr until the elec
tion of a more liberal party in Canada
Mr. Maine holds that the fishery and
the Kchring sea questions which are
still pending should be disposed of be
fore or at the same time the reciprocity
question is settled.
Amo.no the patents issued by the pat
ent olliee the other da3 were seventeen
to (Jeorge I. Siinonds, of l'itchburg,
Mass. This is the largest number
granted to one man in a single da for
many ears, but the case is also inter
esting because the inventor has, it is
claimed, suctcssfully solved the prob
lem of applying the principle of ball
bearings to the heaviest machinery.
Hitherto it has only been possible to
use these bearings on bicycles and very
Mayor Stkwakt. of Philadelphia, has
issued the following order to the police:
"All persons connected with the bu
reau of police in any capacitv, serving
as membcis of the ward executive com
mittee or of the city campaign commit
tee, are requested to withdraw from the
same within the next ten days, or fail
ing in ibis to present their resignations.
Any violation of this order will ha suf
ficient cause for immediate dismissal
from the service for disobedience of
'I'm: German socialists are highly in
dignant over the fact that their great
leader, Itebid, is living in luxury in
Perlin. It is said that he, not satisfied
w ith a house grandly furnished, and a
select and abundant larder, has one of
the finest wine cellars in Perlin. and in
dulges with his friends in the highest
champagnes, Tokay and other lever
ages, w bile he makes a business of de
nouncing the luxury and extravagance
of capitalists, and holding himself forth
us a model for the masses.
Tin: police dispersed a socialist meet
ing w Inch was being held in a hall in
lScrgdoff. a town belonging to Ham
burg. This action of the police was
taken in consequence of the anti-se-metie
element hi the meeting indulging
in rioting. The fighting was continued
in the street and a battle with stones
took place between the opposing fac
tions. All the windows in the vicinity,
including those in the railway station,
wen broken by the flying mivsiles.
Several of the rioters were placed un
Tiik central committee of the pan-republic
congress paid a visit to the White
house, headed by Judge Anion, who
made a short address to the president,
outlining the work accomplished and
contemplated by the committee. The
president made a brief resjonse, ex
pressing his interest in the movement
and saying that while he could not
speak officially without the authority of
congress, his own feelings had always
Wen in sympatlry with all movements
directed toward the enlargement of hu
Secuktaky Vostkk announces that he
will not make public the locations,
prices or namesof persons ofTering sites
for sale to the government upon which
to erect the public buildings provided
for by the last congress. In taking this
action he follows the uniform practice
of the treasury department A special
agent will visit each city where a pub
lic building is to W erected and after
making a careful examination of each
site offered, will submit his report to
Secretary Foster, who will then make
Skvekai, weeks ago curious discov
eries were reported near Era, in Cooke
county. Tax. CoL Tally, of Dallas,
representing an English scientific soci
ety, has Wen there several days prose
cuting the investigation. He is report
ed to have discovered the remains of a
giant woman with a large gold mount
ed and ancient modeled tucking
comb beneath her hair. This is in the
nature of other discoveries made there
several weeks ago by a party from Illi
nois, and led to the investigation by
Sir. Tally, who stated that there was
something in store for the theological
students and historians as well the
scientific world. The place of the dis
covery is known as the Clear Creek cat
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
NEWS 01? THE WEEK.
Gloanod By Tolojrraph and Mall
rEIISOXAf, AND I-OLITICAT
Kookish, democrat, ha Wen elected
mayor of Denver. ColJt" fm -
Tun municipal clcctioaof St Louis
favored the democrats. "!.
Sknatou Kmn.WDS sent his resigna
tion to the governor of Vermont oa.the
Oth. -V- ,?JS
Tiik sensational tallr concerning
Parncll's relations with MrsrO'fcjB4a H-
that he has Wen privately mirrirf-to.
divorce proceedings. ' and that atne
young lady is a ward in ehaaaary'lVB
liable to W prosecuted. - ?-
Tiik grand dnke" Michaelorltcn,
cousin of the czar, has lteea, privately
married to the countess of Jftumaberf."
Gov. Datum.. O. Fdww. died at Jial
leigh, N. C, suddenly on the 7th of
" Rev. Edwam Doitn Gwrriv-PnTMn,
I). D., died at his'rcsidcncc in NcvTYork
City recently. For more than fifty-two
years he was associated with his broth-
er, tlie Ker. h. ireiwus rnme, it.tr..
in the editorial work of the ew lork
man, died at Uridgeport, Conn., on the
7th in his blstycar.
Tiik municipal election in Chicago
was a much mixed-up alTair, Wth par
ties Wing split up and a socialist candi
date running. First returns said Cregier,
democrat was elected by a plurality of
0 votes. Later the election was claimed
by the republican with" a plurality of
aWut 1,000 for Hempstead Washburnc.
At a recent secret conference of the
executive committee of the National
league of republican clubs it was de
cided by a vote, after a bitter tight,
that the efforts oftnc"Icagiic should be
devoted to the rcnomination and re
election of President Harrison.
I.v consequence of the Itussian mass
ing of troops on the Galician and Siles
ian frontiers the German government
has decided to strengthen the eastern
frontier garrisons. " ,
Tub ashes of the cremated remains of
Judge Henry J. Stiles, of - Louisville,
have Wen buried at Hopkinsvillc, Ky.,
in the grave of his first wife.
JriMiK CAi.mvKi.r. has Wen confined
to his room at Little Rock, Ark., with a
severe attack of la grippe for the past
two weeks. Even though he recovers
he will not W able to fill appointments
on the circuit for many weeks.
Amkihcax Mi.mstkk Fosteu was
given a banquet recently at Madrid,
Spain, by the Spanish premier.
A iitt.i. appropriating J.'00,000 for a
world's fair exhibit ha Wen introduced
in the Illinois legislature.
Tiik Wisconsin house has passed the
reapportionment bill and a resolution
for the election of I'nited States sena
tors by a vote of the icoplc.
Attohnky-Gknkkai. Mim.kk is con
fined to his residence by sickness.
K.V-GoVKHNOIt lllOMAfl U I'l.KTCJlEU,
of Missouri, is very ill at his liotne in
Washington of pneumonia.
William Wallace, postmasterof In
dianaixilis, Ind., died on the SUl He
was born in Hrookville, Ind., in 1825.
He was a son of the late Gov. David
Wallace, brother of Gen. Lew Wallace,
and was President Harrison's first law
Gen. John It. Cooke died at Rich
mond, Va., recently. He was a native
of Missouri. His sister married Gen. J.
E. It. Stuart, the famous confederate
Tin: well known playright F. G.
Maeiler, author of tho "Canuck'' and
other notable pieces, died at New York
Details from the seat of the civil
war in Chili are to the effect that Guil
erlo Matta, the Chilian minister at
Ituenos Ay res, has declared his allegi
ance to the rebels and as a consequence
he has been publicly denounced as a
Mits. Anxik ItKSANT, the English
theosophist socialist and philanthropist,
author of "Fruits of Philosophy" and
co-worker with the late Charles Itrad
laugh, has arrived at New York.
The liberals won a sweeping victory
in Prince Edward Island. Jv
Anna Dickinson has left 'New York
for Goshen, N. Y., Where slio will un
dergo medical treatment
hr.NAioK Mokkill, of Vermont, depre
cates reciprocity with Canada.
, MISCELLANEOUS. Z
Jrnoic ItAKRETT, in the eonrtof oyer
and terminer at New Yorll, granted an
application for a ten days' stay of pro
ceedings iu the cu.sc-of the New Haven
railroad directors indicted for the Har
lem tunnel accident
Tin: Lafayette, statne opposite the
executive mansion at Washington has
Wen completed. : j
A .man enveloped in a great overcoat
was recently arrested near the porson
of the czar. On Wing searched a re
volver and some jMiison was found.
Gen. Rkn Iti'Ti.KK has sold to the gov
ernment for $! i0,000 a granite building
and the ground on which it stands in
The New York Methodist conference
has voted overwhelmingly that women
should not W admitted to the general
Owing to the prevalence of remark
ably clever counterfeit S2 silver certifi
cates the issue of the regular series of
fcJ silver certificates has Wen suspended
and arrangements are Wing made for
the issue of a substitute. The original
Wars the portrait of Gen. Hancock and
the substitute will have that of the late
Mahiza S. Kuukankz, a, Itohcmian
girl from Omaha, lighted a fire with
kerosene at lNicblo. Col. The house
was saved, but the girl died.
At Itnsscllville. Ky., seven prisoners
escaped from the jail by cutting a bar
in a window. Four were murderers.
For one of them. Jona Porter, who as
sassinated George W. Crill, a wealthy
farmer, a reward of SI, 000 for arrest
and conviction was offered.
Tiik steamship Cachmere, from Med
iterranean ports, arrived off quaran
tine at New York ou the Sth. having on
Wanl l.fiOO Italian Immigrants. This
Is the largest nuinWr of Italians ever
brought to that port by one vessel.
There was a cose of contagious disease
ou Ward. .
Tiirkk men were; blown to pieces by
an explosion of nitroglycerine at Pe
The court at Sunderland, England,
has grauted a summons against Mr.
Storey, a mcmWrof parliament for that
division, on a charge of perjury. The
perjury is alleged to have Wen com
mitted in his charge against the police
of assault in connection with the silk
Tun Argentine cabinet, has signed,
decree suspending until June next the
payment of Ihe deposits in the national
and provincial banks and offering de
positors tho option of taking internal
bonds in exchange for their deposits.
Thkrr was a bad wreck on the Wis
consin Central at Vernon ivccnily.
Thawing ground left the road Wdweak
and a t rcightjtrain "went off- the truck.
killing engineer and fireman -ana fital
ly hurting a lrakcman.
Robert Williams, convicted of mur
dering Rev. "Mr. Hayes Ja Koyember
last, has Wen sentenced to W "hanged
at Little Kock, Ark., June S.
Tiik ship Drydcn. from Rio Janeiro,
is in quarantine at New York with yel-,
low fever on board, inc number of .
cases has not yet been made known. j
Jfdk caso of CharWc E?KIncaid, the
newspaper corniposdeatriadicted for
he shooting of ex-Kcpmttivc Taul
We, of Kentucky, 4n Fcbraary, 1890,
which had Wen on trial In the district
criminal court at Washington for a
couple of weeks, ended ia acqaittaL
The Cincinnati stock yard and ad
joining buildings burned on the 9th.
The loss was 0,000. 'ine lire was
caused by boy smoking.
Tiik Washington National bank of
New York City is to go into volnatary
- Tub Central hotel, London, Conn.,
was destroyed by fire, and Michael
Daily aged 79, lost his life.
Capt. Loab and his deputies nave
bcea arrested charged with marder in
the recent slaughter at the Moorcwood
The first train to pass through the
Grand Trunk railroad tunnel under the
St Clair river at Detroit, Mich-, made
the trip on the Oth, carrying a numWr
of the road's officials. Everything was
pronounced satisfactory. There were
demonstrations at Wth ends of the tun
nel. Two shot were fired by an unknown
asMtMtiu at Judge J. T. Can-in at mid
night through the rear door of his office
at Covinirton. Kv.. without effect The
judge is unable to account for the at
"tempC Tiik Chicago gas trust has decided to
submit to the orders of the court
A gigantic copper trust is proposed.
Secretary Foster has directed that
all proper facilities be accorded the
government of the southern states to
examine the treasury books for infor
mation as to who paid the direct tax,
that the tax may now W refunded to
the proper individual, his heir or as
signee. At Kirtland, O., in the Latter Day
Saints' conference a delegate got up
and said the formons were all wrong.
He had seen the Christ, which he de
clared wns Schweinfurth. "
Ckntkv IIi'tler and Hampton Nelson
were hanged at Sumter, S. G, for the
murder of Capt John Maxey in Janu
ary last Itoth protested their inno
cence. Capt. Maxey was a prominent
farmer and was shot down iu the road
by the murderers who were lying in
The New York Tribune celebrated its
fiftieth anniversary on the 10th.
Some dozen or more children who had
been playing in a vacant lot at Dubois
Pa., found wild parsnip roots and ate
them in mistake for the true vegetable.
Two of the August Weigelman and of
J. M. Itoriger children died in terrible
convulsions and several others were
Christian Priese. aged 7.r, and his
wife, aged 7'J, were found lying nearly
naked on the floor of their home at
Waukesha, Wis., the wife dead anil the
husband dying. It was supposed to W
a double murder.
Ill'siXKHH failures (Dun's report) for
the seven days ended April U numbered
24H, compared with '2l'.i the previous
week anil J0a the corresponding week
of last year. General trade was not
Greer county is having recognition
In the United States court now in ses
sion at El Reno, Ok. On account of the
dispute on the title between the United
States and Texas, the Texas court in
that county carefully avoids any ques
tions involving title to land: Judge
Seay has ruled that all offenses com
mitted there are returnable to the fed
eral court at El Reno.
In a collision between passenger train
No. 15 and a freight, eight miles west of
Washington, la., on the Rock Island
both engines were badly wrecked.
Frank Norton, engineer of the freight
train, and his fireman, N. I. Wilson,
were seriously injured. Other persons
were also hurt
At a meeting in Washington recently
a national association of inventors was
formed Dr. Gatling. the inventor, was
chosen president and Gardner It. Hub
bard, of Washington; Prof. William A.
Anthony, president of the American in
stitute of engineers; Thomas Shaw, of
Philadelphia, and Hon. ltenjnmin Itut
tcrworth, of Ohio, were elected vice
presidents. Tiik expert who has Wen examining
the books of the ltoston Water Power
Co. finds that there was an over Issue of
aWut 21.000 shares of stock, most of
which is eight or ten years old.
Another sensation has Wen caused
at St Petersburg 13- the suicide of a
hussar officer, who, it is rumored, was
involved in the plot against the czar.
The case is shrouded in mystery.
Three children of David Carroll died
suddenly at Grcensburg, Pa., and under
suspicions circumstances. An inquest
wan held, when it was discovered poison
had been given them. Two other chil
dren were at the point of death. Car
roll has only Wen married a few-
months to the mother of the children.
William Half. was lynched at Ken
ton, 0. He had murdered a, policeman
The other night seven prisoners con
fined in the United States jail at Ard-
.more, I. T., made good their .escape.
Among the nuraWr was Daniel McGin
nis and Leon Queen, a notorious des
perado and outlaw. They got ont by
cutting the iron bar off a window.
Paiinklutes and McCarthyitcs had a
desperate encounter with blackthorns
at McCrook, near Dublin, on the 12th.
Several of the combatants were serious
The Stnythe block, the Kohl & Mid
dlcton museum and adjoining bnildings
at Chichgo were destroyed by fire on
tho night of the 12th. One or two lives
were lost and the damage amounted to
Four Italians were Wat riding on
Miller's river at Orange, Mass.. when
they came too near the rapids near the
sewing machine company's works.
They were swept over the dam and
The Itritish and continental money
markets were reported buoyant during
the week ended April 11. The ap
proaching great strike for eight hours
in Belgium was watched with some ap
John Rose and John Edwards, con
victed of a double murder, weTe shot to
death by masked men, who broke into
the jail at Zcalandi, Wash.
W. C Cash was acquitted of the mur
der of E. T. Youngi at Dallas, Tex.
Young was said to have led Cash's wife
astray. After the acquittal Cash re
married the woman, fsom whom he had
Thomas It Rued, ex-spcakcr of the
American honse of representatives,
passed through Paris without seeing
anybody. lie did not even call at the
United States legation. He spent only
a few hours in the city and went to
Clearing house returns for the week
ended April 11 showed an average de
crease of 0.4 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. In New
York there was an increase of 8.7.
Dr. Eben Tourjee, who founded and
was for many years the director of the
New England conservatory of music at
Boston, died recently.
Ex-Gov. Watekmait, of Califoraia. ia
Tke .Australian federation coaven
tioa. aa-rcRolre4 that the draft of the
constitution which it has Wen consider
ing W submitted to a popularly elected
convention la each Australian colony.
aad t2,re colonial con-
iSrai e shaUW ktdto
NEBRASKA STATE NEWE
Got. Boyd vetoed the maxim
freight rate bill on the day 'the legisla
ture adjourned. The house passed it
over the veto, bat it failed in the aea
ate. In the message the governor said:
"There are some provisions in the bill
that I admit would W of Wncfit to the
farmer; for instance, the rate on lire
stock in the eastern part of the state,
and which I would gladly sanction and
approve." The governor continues:
In my Judgment there It not a mile of rail
road wrat of tbe alxth principal meridian,
excrpt the trunk llnra, that la paying Ita reu
sing expenses to day. Tbe product of oar
state In sobm lorn are almost entirely con
auaaed In the aaat and ssast be carried upon
Inter-at ate rates. Tbeae Interstate rates
upon grain particularly are bnt very little
above tbe rule from Iowa point. These
ratea will not be reduced by tbla proposed
law, and znajr, and can, to Terr materially
advanced by tbe railroad companies la sell
defease and for self.preaorTM.tloa; la fact,
they coald be advanced more than twenty
percent, under this bllL
Tberallroaus.could.aad no doubt would,
raise tbe Inter-state rate on grain. This
could be done by abollthlbg tbe through
rates and applying to the state line ratrs tbe
Agar provided fa tbls bllL On the grata
that would be shipped oat of Nebraska In
ono noanon the railroads In tbls way, uader
the tariff coald Increase their revenue oTer
a million dollar, a!! of which would couie
out of the agriculturist. Tbe lofls to tbe rail
roads would bv on tbe thousands ol other
articles In which the fanner li only indi
rectly Interested. Our state to prosper and
our farmer to live must on these out-bound
shipments be placed as nearly as possible
on a parity with Iowa. In this the railroads
of lat have done will by us, and It Is not safe
to force them to retract by unfair pressure
on our part.
After giving it as his opinion, from
the Wst evidence in his possession, that
the prevailing impression that the rail
roads of the state arc making a high
rate of interest on watered stock is a
mistake, and showing tbe net profits of
the roads by sworn statements in the
auditor's office, the governor says:
In view of such facts the proponed reduc
tion of 40 to SO per cent, la Nebraska rates
could not. In any probability, be upheld in
the courts. It Is unfair, unwise and suicidal
on our part. The railroads pay more than
one seventh of the taxes of this state. Jus.
tlce to the people's Interest dumands that
they should be encouraged und Induced to
continue to help ia tho upbuilding of our
Tbe object of legislation should W to do
the greatest good to tho greatest number
without Inflicting hardship on any, und
while I nttrlbute the best intentions and mo
tives to the farmers and supporters of this
bill, yet I win forced Into tbe belief that the
act was passed without giving to the ques
tions involved therein that close and careful
consideration that their Importance de
mands. It is truo that the rallroid corporations
have. In many instancos, exacted unjust
tribute from tho people. Thl abuse of
power should be corrected by proper legis
lation. Hut legislation should xtop at the
correction of the abuno, it hIiouI 1 not ex
tend to the infliction of Injustice on the cor
porations. The governor says he would gladly
upprove a bill fixing maximum rates
on live stock, grain, lumber, coal and
other commodities in which the agri
culturist is most directly interested, but
this bill reduces and fixes an inflexible
rate on thousands of articles iu which
the farmer is not interested, and by
making an exceedingly low rate at
points on the western Wrder of the
state enables Colorado, Wyoming and
southern Dakota to obtain a rate aWut
15 per cent- Wlow the present estab
lished tariff rate, and profit at the ex
pense of tho railroad interests of Ne
Gov. Boyd returned tho bill passed by
the legislature: to pay attorneys' fees in
the cbntested elect jon cases with the
following' comments: "Approved this
7th day of April, 1SUI, except the item
to James E. Boyd for attorneys fees,
S300, und the following items, to-wit:
To William II. Dech, for attorneys' fees,
f.100; to Charles Mayberry, for attor
neys' fees, SMO; to Jacob V. Wolfe, for
attorneys' fees, SMO; to John Beattie,
for attorneys' fees S'OO; to .1. W. Kdger
ton, for attorneys fees, SSOO; to W. F.
Wright, for attorneys' fees, SJ500; to A.
D'Allemand, for attorneys' fees S'OO.
Withholding my approval of said items
for thnt in my judgment there were no
good and sufficient grounds for bringing
the action, each of tho eontestee.s hav
ing Wen elected by such pluralities that
to me it appears that thc suit must have
Wen broughw not with any expectation
of success, but for some other motive.
I approve tho Mivcral amounts appro
priated to pay thc attorneys for thc con
testees except my own, for the reason
thnt they (the contcstees) were placed
in such a position thut they were com
pelled to defend."
Omaha has a Farmers' Alliance base
ball team. It defeated the Lincoln team
the other day.
Tiik grand commandery Knights
Templar, recently in session at Kear
ney, elected the following officers:
Louis II. Korty, Omaha, grand com
mander; Edgar C Salisbury, Beatrice,
deputy grand commandon John D.
Moore, Grand Island, grand generalis
simo; James A. Tulloys Red Cloud,
grand cnptaln-general; William T.
Whitmarsh, Norfolk, grand prelate;
Charles B. Finch, Kearncj, grand
senior warden; B. P. IL Miller, Lin
coln, grand junior warden; James S.
France, Omaha, grand treasurer; Wil
liam B. Bowen, Omaha, grand recorder
II. S. Potter and wife, two of tho
oldest and most respected citizens of
Ainsworth, died the other morning of
pneumonia superinduced by la grippe.
They were 80 years old, were married
in 1841, never had any children, and
five days Wforc their death took to
their bed together where they died
within three hours of each other.
At Hermann thc other day Mrs. An
drew Doll killed her two children, aged
7 and 0 years with an ax and then took
poison, and died soon after. The wom
an had but recently been released from
the insane asylum, after Wing pro
Tax other morning George Linden, a
hotel clerk at Plattsmouth, started on
a hunting expedition and attempted to
cross thc Missouri river in a small skiff,
accompanied by two Wys Frank Gus
tafson and John Flaherty. When in
mid-stream thc Wat capsized and threw
the occupants into the water. Flaherty
was drowned and a fisherman rescued
the other two.
DirHTHERiA in epidemic form prevails
at Beatrice, supplemented by measles
and la grippe.
Weir, independent, was elected mayor
of Lincoln at the recent city election by
Tiie Australian ballot system gave
general satisfaction at the late munici
pal elections In thc state.
The Burlington switchmen at Omaha
went on a strike the other day to aid
Lincoln striking switchmen.
Tins residence of J. W. Grahaas, four
miles southeast of Beatrice, was de
stroyed by fire the other morning.
Loss. $2,000; insurance. 5700.
TVhtle recently playing in the barn
the five-year-old daughter of W. J. Bar
rett, of Unadilla. jumped front the
xaasger aad broke her seek, dying in
stantly. Moax than half of the business por
tion of Tobias was burned the other
afternoon, the fire coakiag a clean
sweep oa both sidesof Main street front
the Burlington depot to thc First. Na
D. E. KixBALU chy ticket agent of
tfee Chicago fc North wfsVrn railroad
at Omaha, shot hiswelf dead H a Tarn
ish bath rocci is thai chy thc other
mils raiasi il lly th . rgUtatar mt
Following arc the bills of gcacral In
tcrcst passed by the leglslatarc at its
Na. 219, author ring county boards tons
the aarplat general funds to purchase fo4
and seed for drought atriekea farmers.
No. 30, to enable associations to Incorpo
rate for the purpose of acquiring aad hold
ing title to real estate.
No. 43. providing that the Insane shall to
supported at the expense of the state.
No 11G, establishing a state board of
No. IT. enabling the lessees of educational
lands to apply to their county cosjmlssloa
era and supervisors to have their hold lags
appraised for sale.
No. 12, allowing commlssloaers to levy a
tax not exceeding I mill on the II of the as
sessed valuation of the county for the par
aose at digging ditches.
No 23. limiting county treasurer feet as
follows: For amounts collected under $3,096
10 per cent, between 13,000 and $5,000 2 per
cenL with iulleag at 10 cents per mile In
going to and returning from the seat of gov
eminent to settle with the state treasurer.
Xo. IS. creating and regulating publlo
warehouses and the shipping. Inspecting
aad warehousing of grain.
No. W, providing for depositing state ana
CfiuuiT limn in uniftso ji Maouuai &(.
and requiring interest on snch public funds
to be paid Into the general fund of atatc and
No. iss. providing a penalty for the giving
away of Are arms and ammunition to Indians
who are not citizens.
No. 1C8. orxanlzlug sanitary dl-trlcts and
regulating thc same.
No. 17J, authorizing cities of the ,eeond
cla having moru than 5,000 and ley than
25,Ou) Inhabitants to receive byclft or to pur
chase real estate for parks or public grounds.
No. 1-0, amending sect on 0', of article 2,
chapter II, statutes of 1 "''. enabling the
miyorand council of cities of thf arcond
class to borrow money for the purpose of
constructing a nystem of itewerttgn.
No 21i, requiring registers of deeds and
county clerks who are ex-oftlrlo registers to
keep a tnortgnge indebtedness register.
No 232, amending chapter 2 of the coin
pllrd ctjtuten rehitlmc to thn otdiiri' homo
at tirnnd Islund. enabling veteran to pay
their Itoirl at tho nam and excluding
women from the same whoarouudcrfeiyean
No. 117. providing a penalty of II.0J0 for
srlllng or giving of liquors to Indians.
No 70, appropriating jlOl.OW for the relief
of the drought sufferers.
No 233, c-t.'iblllNhlu a glr!s Industrial
school for Juvenile delinquent nt (Jriicvo.
No. 05. repealing tho bounty on beet sugar.
No HI, promoting Independence of voters
nt elections (the Austr.ill in ballot law.)
No 61, Issuing bunds for the purpose.ot
aiding the drouth sufferers.
No. 16, appropriating matriculation and
diploma freit to the nitpport of the llbrury of
No. IT. assenting to congressional grants of
land sales for the support of thc agricultural
college of the tiulvers.ty.
No. 271. organizing Thurton county.
No. VI, authorizing the organization of mu
tual Insurance companies
No. VS4. authorizing counties to Issue war
rant) ou tho general fund, Iu excess of the
amount author zed by law and not to exceed
10 per cent of tho grand assessment.
No. KK. providing for the Nebraska exhibit
at Chicago und appropriating li,oJ there
for. No. 83, apportioning tho. stato Into Judicial
No. 2f0. enabling non-residents whosu par
ents or guardians pay not lis than 530 annu
ally of school tates to attund the university.
No. IIS. protecting labor organizations In
their tradu marks and labels.
No mi. eompelllnir railroads to name tholr
stations tin- same as the village or city Iu
nlitch they tire located
No. 22, requiring county clerks to enter nil
fees Iu the fee book
No. 5s, Hiuendlng tho constitution to allow
the governor to appoint tho member." of the
state railway commission
No Ml. prohibiting thc harboring of girls
under vlgliti en years and boys nmler t wenty
onu years of nge In houses of Ill-fume.
No'. 101. providing that night hoars shall
conMltutea legalday's work for all classes
of mechanic and artisans and domestics,
except hibortrson the farm.
No 2i, providing thnt a United states ung
s ze not given nhall ll lat over every
school house whllo the school Is In session.
No 271. orgiiulr. nx lloyd lonnty.
No. 272. emtiowerlni; and makintr It the
duty of district school boards of trustees ol
high sc'.ools to purchase all necrs arr text
books and other Huprd'cs necessary for tho
use of tlioir respectU e schools.
No. 2, Joint resolution recommeudliu; the
foreclosure of the I'nlon I'aclflc niortuages
No. 7, Joint resolution submitting to the
elector of ihotatn an umendmunt to the
coiifttitut'on providing for the Investment of
the permanent oducntlon il fund.
No f. amending section 25 of chapter IS of
the complied statutes, punishing persons
who by falso pretense obtain f mm any othr
person goods, merchandise or effects what
soever with Intent to defraud such person of
the i" a tn o
No. J requiring nil railroad companies
doing buslne-a In Nebraska to eouip all
engines and cars with elTlolent and ssfo
automatic couplers and brakes.
No. r.7, appropriating 12 V" o construct
additional buildings at the Nebraska Insti
tution for feebln minded youth at Heatrieo.
No. 212. authorlzlngcounty boards to grant
licenses for thu sj e of spirituous llouors
upon application by petition of the majority
of the resident ireeiioldem of tho town It thu
county Is under township organization.
No 211. Incorporating social and benevo
No. 231. amending section 7. chapter 2C. of
tho complied statutes relating to the cloctloa
of Judges of the supreme and district courts
as also slate officers and legislators.
No. 2C0, appropriating JlO.'Oj for tho pay
mint of the exprnos of the Nebraska na
tional Kimtds Incurred In aiding In the sup
pression of the Indian Insurrection.
No. J7R. apportioning th congressional
districts of the stitc.
No 5V7. placing one half of all the moneys
paid Into the county treasury at tho disposal
of county commissioners for tho general
benefit of the county for rovl purpose; thc
other half of all moneys paid Into the county
tronsurr from the several roa I districts
shall be psld by the county treasurer to thc
overseer of thc road district from which It
No. i S. directing county boards at their
rcjrular meetings to make necessary orders
for the Investment of the principal iund de
r.vcd from tbe sale of school lands.
No. U2. appropriating money for the pay
mont of expenses ind eonnsel fees In tbe
contests of the execut.veofTlres.
No 325. appropriating TZJMW forthcnp.
port and maintenance of the national g-uard.
No. MJ, appropriate S7S.0X) for two wings
to thc Insane asylum at Hastings.
Glasgow. April 10. Thc Anchor line
steamship Circassia, which left New
York March IS nnd reached Grecnts:k
yesterday with fever on boanl. is de
tained at quarantine at Greenock. The
second engineer of tlw steamship died
from the fever during the voyage and
seven others of thc Circassla's crew are
now suffering from thc same malady.
The nature of the fever is not stated.
New Yobk. April 9. The ship Dry
dcn. from Rio Janeiro, is in quarantine
with yellow fever on board. Thc num
ber of cases has not yet been made
Nmr York, April 10. Typhns fever,
abont the most contagions and deadly
of disca-ses, has nisde its appearance in
New York. An autopsy made yester
day upon thc body of James Taylor,
who recently came from Australia,
showed that be bad died of spotted
typhus fever, tho most malignant typo
of the dread disease. He was no
known to be snffcring from tbe disease
until after his death. As he was sick
for days before in his boarding honse
and Rellevne hospital, there is ground
for grave apprehension that tbe disease
All Qlt la tbe' Co KUm.
Mot'NTl'LEASAjrr. Pa., April 10 Tha
coke region is devoid of excitesient.
Considerable surprise was occasioned
yesterday by the arrival of Division ;
Commander Gen. Scowdea and stafS.
Ia company with Geas. McCIelles aad
Wiley he visited the varices works and
personally looked over the cld. Cp3
his report will depend the withdrawal
of the troop. Notices of ejectsaest
were placed in the constables' hands
yesterday. Tea days notices to qcit
will be scrred to-day oa the strikers
who are occupy isg the cocapasy
ANNA DICKINSON'S CASE.
Her lararemtioa In a Md ItmtM- ut,i m
llavaH 1 lb Wavk of a Knvlons s-
Ur lire faaaUkttr Dn!cl-
.Nr.w Yokx. April 10. The New York
Herald pabllshes a startling story re
latlag to the incarceration of Miss
Anna Dickinson, the famous lecturer,
in aa'iaaane asylum. It says that Miss
Dickinson came to New York yester
day with Dr. Frederick W. Seward, of
(toshea, N. Y at whose houv she ban
beca since she escaped from Danville.
April S. They came for the purpose of
apprising Miss Dickinson's friends in
New York of the wrong she had suf
fered and to secure legal advice as to
the steps necessary to insure her free
dom if she should return to Pennsyl
vania. Miss Dickinson lays the blame for her
incarceration upon her sister, whom
she accuses of barWring an intense
feeling of jealousy and hatred. She
also accuses her sister's tihvMcian. Dr.
Hilcmau, of Wing i
n the plot against
Miss Dickinson says that on the day
on which she was removed to an asylum
the door of her room was broken and
six men and a woman rushed in and
. overpowered her.
One of the men sho
- -rv itri t at
I ? was Dr- Hdeman. and the woman,
, she understands, was thc doctor's aunU
Thev announced their intention of tak
ing her to Danville where they ?aid she
would W Wtter oil. Miss Dickinson
struggled until thc skin was torn from
her wrists and her garments were
ripped from her in nigs ami tatters.
Finally she says her jHTseeutors got her
hands down and tied them together and
she was compelled to submit.
Dr. Seward, it appears, Wcamc in
formed of the facts of the case as al- i
leired bv Mivs Dickinson and obtained
the release of MLvs Dickinson under
pretense that he intended to take her
to a private n.svlutu where she would
be more benefiteiL He e.xnrevscd him
self to-day as entirely confident of the
sanity of Miss Dickinson.
The Herald reiorter who Interviewed
Miss Dickinson say.s that her manner
was calm and rational and thut sho at
no time during the interview lclraycd
the least evidence of Insanity.
She will prosecute her sister for the
mental and physical .suffering she has
undergone. She says the Danville
asylum is a horrible place. he was
among thc least dangerous patients,
but she says when she looks back on
the dreadful thingN she wonders shu
did not go insane. April '2 Dr. Seward
went to the asylum and she was placed
iu his charge. Louis .. McDonald, an
old family servant of the Dickinsons,
accompanies her uud the din-tor.
A ltlg Strike Impending In the Pi-mis Iti
ill. Coul Fields.
I'lTTMtt'Hiiii, I'a.. April 10 - The inter-state
convention of miners and oj.-r-ators
closed lust evening suddenly after
a tierce battle of words uud opinions.
Further talk was declared profitless
and an adjournment tnkeu siiif die.
This action means practically that the
inter-state agreement has ln-en alwil
ished and that the harmonious relations
that have existed lietween the miners
and ojM'rators for the past live years are.
broken off and may not le resumed. It
also means that the 7.1,000 mine workers
in tluse two regions will stop work
May 1. affecting ,00,oo0 persons directly
nnd hundreds of thousands indirectly.
As thc mino workers of the country
will also demand an eight hour day, a
continuation of work in the mines any
where after May 1 now seems almost
impossible. The two great organiza
tions of the country, the Iv nights of
Liilnir and the Federation of Lalior, are
back of tho men and their money will
le at their disposal.
NINE THOUSAND MILES.
Kit cut or tbe President's Trip to t'.tllforiilii
mid Itaek to Washington.
Washington, April 10. -The arrange
ments for President Harrison's trip
through the south and to California
have lieon completed. As it now stands
the party will consist of President Har
rison, Mrs, Dimmick, Postmaster-tlen-eral
Wnnamaker, Secretary Uusk,
Private Secretary Halfor.l. Executive
Clerk Tibbetts and representatives
of the press nvsocintions. (Jeorge
W. Iloyd, assistant general
passenger agent of the Pennsyl
vania road, w ill hnve charge of the
pnrty. The trip will occupy thirty days
and the distance to le trawled will le
,000 miles. It will le from Washing
ton to San Francisco, via rhnttniiooga,
Ilirminghnm. Memphis, d'alvcston. re
turning via Portland. nlt Lake City,
Denver. Omaha, Springfield and In
dianapolis. HIGH PRICES FOR
Iteasnns For Ktprellng still
San Fn..vrico, April 10.---One of thc
leading grain merchants of thc state,
speaking to-day regarding the shortago
in the Kurojean wheat crop, sald
"Evcrything indicates that the price of
wheat will Im higher this year than
lasL Six weeks ngo prices commencs-d
to go up gradually, and now wheat Is
from SI.M to il.Q'J per cental. Our ex
porters nre selling cargoes for August,
September, October. November and I
cember nt thc rate of SI.&0 or tnov.
Tlie season's operations are quoted at
$'.50 and S1.5S. The.v optims are the
lest indications of prices which will
prevail during ami after harvest, and
the next crop will bring SI SO or more
per cental. Thc acreage of wheat this
year in California is very good, perhaps
larger than ever lefoTe."
5fn.wArKr.f April 0 Tlie engine of
the freight train No. 55. north bonnL
on thc Wisconsin Central road jumped
thc track near Vernon at 12.30 this
It ran on a bridge near by and then
tipped over, pinioning Din McMoIIen.
engineer, IL A. Moore, fireman, and
Peter Selpp. a brakeman. beneath Uie
vrcck. All wrre terribry sealdL
Moore tlicl a few hoars JatT and th"
others will probably die The Ikkd'
of all are at Waukesha.
Soft track, as a result of the frost
coming oct, cansesl tbe accid'-nt.
A Mnnlrrosi Italian.
Nrw Vork. April 10. Uhile working
upon an extension of the Delaware,
Iackawanna it Western railroad nar
Hoss-ville station, between Newark aod
East Orange, an I tallaa. know n as Nich
olas, beram enraged at James Ken-
nedy. another track hand, aod attacked
hins with a shovcL He rained b!ow-s oa '
Kennedy's bead until be felled bixa to
tlie ground, and then deliberately tried
to cat his bead ofL Section IJois Jaznea
McCeebaa dashed at the Italian, who
dropped bis above! and ran. parcd by I
several otter workmen. lie got away.
Kensedy I fatally injaresL
Zuicxoo, April 10. President A. W.
SIth and Meutrs. SL T- How. "WiT
liaa Suats. X L liosebralce aad A. L.
sTohnsos. of tbe Karxa a.tate board of
ajrrScaltsre. havr aajsde xpplkatioc for
-pzc lor an exhibit of Kaia prodoeta
at tie vrerld fair. Tbe state lexiJa
tsre faEed to snsc an appropriation
for tie fair, bat thc rsa'J&e oeo-
I tSosed have takes tie rsattcr nprn tieir 1
owtj asotkw and propot-- to jrso fl,- j
OCO oa an exhibit. They expect to be J
eveataaHy refcaborxii crsioi the tale 1
T Vermont fWwator Retire to rr!t
IUre-!IU tatel In Ittr to
Wahhinotox. April 8. Sonator
George F. Edmnnds of Vermont, who
has Wen in thc United States senate
since April. lA and nearly all of tho
time hail Wen ono of thc republican
leaders, has resignrsL the resignation
to take effect thc 1st day of NovemWr
The follow ing Is a copy of a letter j
tendering his resignation to tho guv
fsrrrD tTT ."Kiti!,
Wasiusotoi. April , il. i
Sir- Considerations entKelr pergonal
lead me to tender to yu. as the governor of
th state of Vcnwont. my resignation of tho
otnc of senator of tho United Sut-. th
rrMrnatlon to take effect on the 1st day of
NoTctnber. A- l. IKJU
This action hxs bwn for otn time In con
temptation, and Is dnsllr decided en nl
1 commonwatci to you at t&i
time In wrier
ine to iiear and
con.,.lM. ,hr T,;w, o( thc rro.
peopl of our tato
In repct ti the selection of niT ueerr.
In thu terminating mv official relations i
with the state. I ! to etpres to her stead- '
fat, lrl-lllnrnl and patriotic c ten my j
profound cratitudn for the Ion; and tin
l wsTertng confidence and support tneyha-a
K Ven me (coTrrinil an eretitfut period of a
usrtrrt a century In tny efforts to pro
iiioto snd defend, so far as I hare lwHn able,
tholr honor and cltre In cuiuuiou with
that ! all the people of the tn't Mates.
In ceasing to be a ena or I m pntttd lht
I continue to be a cltUen of our hetnrei
common vrenlth, uud that 1 mty with tty
fellow cit en In pr v.ite life, run tin n- to
strive tor the malnteua-icv of tlo pnnel
plcs of liberty, eijult and Justice in govern
ment wit eh h-s v lihoutthrtsasdo of turn
Ing. an hunt rtl thrm from the foundation of
the republic I sin, sir, verr respoctlully t
yours. l.r KrtK K KUHfstis j
To his exeellencv. Cjrroll s. 1'aK". Hydo j
Senator Kdmtmds notified Viee-1'resl-
nVt Morton, the president of the en
f nt 11 resignation in a letter, of
which the following is a copy:
I'srrrn srTi;s sr4Tr
Wasiusutos. April ". Jsin
(Mr It leemes mv duty to liifumi tbsit
I hse sent to the gerior ( be
tutiT of ermoiit my rr.i.-nnlliin vtX the
Otllco tif smut ir of the t'nlteil Msttes.
to take effect on tho lt da of Noember
neit. Accept, sir. for ourself anil thn sen
ate, my partlnc s.itutntlons sMiibraeins per
onal good lsS.es for all Its members and a
confident kikm! hope for It fuluro as "tin'
sherf nnrhor of the republic.
I am, lr, very respeetfully jour.
t.roKUt: I'. l.liMU.sbs.
Ccorge I'r.ihklln Kdmuiids was torn In
Kichmond. U. 1'ebrnsry II. Isis. lln i
nlucatet at the common schools mid by a
prh :it tutor studlvd law at nn enrl i re and
began pruclico In ls9, remor n In ls',1 to
liurlliigtou Vt. He was a repreenlalir in
the Vrrmont leiilslniure In IsM ., s, rlK s
speaker for three yr,rs. toi.t In lst 1 snl
ini'Uilml of I lie state so'ijlenn I Its president
pro tempore At tho beginning of tho
civil ur he rits u im-iiiImT of tha
state convention that forme I a coalttiotiJw
tweett tlie republicans nnd wjr deiiiocf.it
and drew up thi re ilutloiis adopted there.
He wni appointed to the Pulled iIm sen
atn in Slareh. is , by ihe governor of Ver
mont to till the vacancy made by the denth j
of loliion toot and was theiie t-etttl ! tin
! gllnturt to fill thn one ptred trm and
H as re eleete I nt tho rlos- of rsrli sucre-l. '
lug term until the present time !
.Mr Kdiiiund n.is nrtlvn In thn Impeach j
meat of Andrew Johnon. slitnl m lilt Iiel-
lent l.rioit u;aitist I harles MimnT, and
aetrd nn influential part In th pnssage of
the leeon.lriietloii meiisures.ndoptlnir a con I
sTMitl eoursfv In lsT. J lio was one of !
the members of ttie clccloml commission, ,
huilior been previous v ehslrmau of tho
roiiimlttee which lu e nert w lib a simUnr I
...It. ..f .1... K. ...... .. .....H,. i .. '
prepnrrd the bill crrntnig that commission.
The passsijt- ( the I'mcIAo railroad liliidlng
act wus uiso I.rif ' due to bis Influence nnd
etrtious At the national republican eon.
entions ht II In hu-nifo In lso nn.l lsl Mr.
I'M in ii ml received 31 and VI otes ro
speetlel for the presidential uomliintlon,
ehi'h on the first ballot. He was setretcd
president pro t mpore of the srti ill- lifter
Mr Arthur tic-esme president of tho I'niml
lu the senile he has served on the eotnmlt
tees on commerce, public Intnls. uppropr'a
tlotis, pi-iislous. tbe Judiclnry and many
other Imporiunt ns. bnlng chairman of
tho Judiciary lor srvtrnl successive eon
Kressi-s. ,s n legislator senator IMinuiols Is
noted for his li-tfttl Mcuioen. his readlHrss In
repjrtei, nnd Ills lote of strictly parllninrnt
ary procedure lie has breti 14 fearless fun
o' polilleal Jobs and lntrlu-s
lie w.is f be nilthor of Hi- net of Msrelt 37.
lsi, fir the suppression of polgainy aiol
th illsfriim his. ment of those who praclien
;t 1 his Is known as the lliltnnrids act and
wus upheld by tho supreme court In do
els. ons thnt wore ren lerl March? issi, in
n serins of fle ens, s Hi- H" als. I lie mi
tlmr of th' uet of sM preserlbiHK lb" loan
tier III which !e tora' Vot-s for president
shnll be roiiHlol In hv1 hs Hit, Irmlxr
u lh k-ihU' 'l the ntteinpt to eontpH I'res
I lent ( letrliiud to fHrnistl that bodr til
all doeutiu'tits n,ssry to shww eauso for
recent removals frm ofU-.
The IxomIimi Sfisndard sr-s I'rosprrlty Tor
the I'armrr In the signs of the Tlmr.
IOXfMiN, April H. The Stnndanl pul
lishes a long nnd careful review of tho
iigricultural outlook, in the cimrw of
which it says that the abr-ndy rls In
wheat has revived the hopes of tb Kn
gllsh fanner, adding that whrnt would
probably reach the highest prleo In
many y-nrs the principal cans of the
rise lx'ing the failure of foreign erots,
Tlie wheat crop of Prance and Kussin.
acconling to thr StantlanL are much
lIow tin averagt and thr deficiency
will U at leant Sobo0.aoo quarterw. It
Is expectd that cold winds and frost,
have almost Ieatnved the Prrnch
crops. (Jermnny. Holland and I-lgium J
nil furnish j-ssltnWt reprt.
The Staudnnl in conclusion ays
"The incra4-d home ensnmptlon. th J
deercaM-d wheat area owing to th '
spread of population and recourses u
Mrientlflc tillage iu order to repair tb
wati of first so-ttleps thu Increasing
th cost ft prtluctJon. must InrTjtably j
remove tbe American farmer fonnki-1
able cornrtltlon In Knrofkean market
and allow th Knglish tanner to look
forward t a prrsp-rou future.
ItiRMisrrtitAM. Ala., April AtTn
cakvsa last night the orra hoos was
erowdetl tor an amateur prformaf!
which cbd w th a tableau represent
ing the gdd- of Hlwrty on a Ihrtm
surrocxxlrsl by thirty fairies Impervo
atrd by little girls. A th curtain weal
np a spark fell from a lights! Unxh
which MUs Mall McKachcn. the god.
desa of liberty held aloft, oa tb drrt
of little Iren Haye-s. bhr- ss-a imme-
diaUly envrlopsti Jn flame and ran p
screaming to the lAlihtu, wberr twi j
vonng men trwn tlx aodle&r vrucl .
Wr arvl estlngrjlbeS thc Cnv M f
was fatally beraed.
0.iH Neb. April t All orrr Ne-brs-Aka
yesterday muniotl elections
were held ond-cr tfc o law, which
embrace tb A astral Lao plan of voting
Keport from nearly -Tery city and vit
Us. Ja lb Ule isdirat that tb law l
en of tJe bct ever !-vi-L Tb
casta ting tfce balioU hA t--a greatly
earpedjt-d. lie tarn so far sbow jt
era! rrsorcptirra of ittt by t- rrpob
llcans where party lio- wrre dnira.
la most of tbr iow&a the qe-ta w
bet-rn lx&- mod no iWavr. ml Um
vote axalnfy recalled la frorof licsa.
Kajsvi Crrr, Ma, April 4. -nratds
aaa? iTt a abock. boy," M yosn2
ThriA Blrd. of Arrsrsiisst. reaciis.r
qttt ior a wire that raa aloc ti5 tiir
of tie FocOe vtadsirt of lie tiKltic read
ia tkat place. HI 4 torched tie
anlss-aUted eerprr asd hi ihe rttod
an. lis "-- arrii 4t M-raw4 v
dassper tsurA td tie Tlidtsct tLooe-
Tie tcy hand "tad cw -&.- -rseiJ
tie -arlre ihzn id threw It cp -wtti
lb tier oca. In vn hutAnt i w
duL HU socarad harrSedSy jt
tieir i&Ate tn vuttlmm. I
HE MAOE A CORRECTION.
A Man VTh" W rnsrlrnllu In th Mat
ter f Wethf statement.
The other day a citizen wh rides
down town on tha p'atfonn of a Cas
avenue car every morning received a
prrstal card asking him to call nt a
focrtb-story room in a down town
block, and he lost no time in putting in
an ap;earanco He found the oeeHiant.
to W a man who often rode on tbe
same car with him. and the Utter at
ones got to business by saying-
"Thursday morning last we rlo
down on the nro ear. mmemWr'"
"Y-e-s. It was snowing. I gav y
a light for your eignr
Kxactly" AWut me hundred fst
west of Cass avenue you ask4 mo If t
ever saw such Mnrh weothr
"A Null seventy-live feot after wi kn-I
made the curve from I.edyursl sUwt I
replied that I never bo.l I w as boMrai
In that reply, but I got to tttltikhi., Ur
matter orr aid decided U onsilt mv
weather rvetrL I now find that I w
"l find that March. 1st, and Mnrrh.
j li. erw suattlly suul .Maron. as
I therefor deeelvrnl vtm wh I sW I
had nexer .M-en such Mntvh wcwUti I
"? nr pnnloti and exprws my r
gretv" "Itut but "
That Is all Go.! luyr
lie went out ntid shHt Uso dsr atlrr
him and then ,st.d Uier thr e tour
tnluub's. uruleblel w bnt U slis II.
finally walke.lott U ike Hd 4 tls
stairs tsdt otT hVs rvst himI wia-aWd
up hfcs socvts uh.1 w atttwl fsr Msrtv
initintes isre. bnt It was tu vuIm. TW
tuistnken Htun dl nst nt.nc iMtinott
A Cautious frMsl.
.Miss PilliU-tlt W Kill's Wis Whs4ms7
Ilr's a Urvkwr.
lln he ssi.ss.vm !u ysir
MLvs M.Niss .-s hut I hMfsllr thtstK
it w til itliioiitit to .tuvthltiK l!s Mmfeswl
piijhi for an option until the cih! ! tK
Mouut IVs. rt wftvua, s. that ks esrtsl.1
wateh me Hi i.min ln with ths strv
gtssls in irket Jude
cure ri rtiltil.i. r.tlL
K ileum, etc., to give
strentth .uui overcome
Th.it Tirca l'Veiinjj.
tiie Peoples f.ivontu
Sprinif sMtduinc is
I had Iktch tnullel five months
with DyHpepMa. The 1.k tors tiM
me it wan chronic I had a lul!ms
lftcr eating niula heavy lad in the
pit of mv Moniach I .sulfvrcd Ire
qucntly from a Water Hrnsh f ilrat
matter. Sometimes a ilcathU h t
iies.s at thc Stotuath uHi!lf)Vi-;UVe
inc. Then aim I would har tkr
terrible jwuiis of Wind Clr At
Sttch times I would trv tleUh ami
could not. I was working thc Cur
Thomas McHenrv, DruKi't, Cur.
Irwin and Western Ave , Aiie;kMy
City, Ta , in whose employ I had
xxn for seven yenri Kimiltv I mac1
AuguM Ilower, and alter tiMttg jttt
one lottlc for two wevkt. wan en
tirely relieved of ail the tnMtble I
can now eat things I dared not touch
leforc. I wouhl like U refer yoti to
Mr. McIIcnry, for whom I workrsl,
who known all nltont tny comlUiuit,
ami from whom I lmgjit thc medi
cine. I live with my wife and family
al 39 Jnt" St.. Allegheny City.I'n.
Siticd, Joii.v I) Cox. t
(I. G. (iKt'KV Sdc Manufacturer,
Woodbur, .cw Jcfsev. C S. A.
Thnt Holpa to Cur
taste of tho
COO UVER OIL
is dissipated In
Of Purr ChI Uirr OH nlth
ojt z.:xr: vjrrp rODJ.
Tl-e pater,; suffer 4s (net
crTia. lotcH, roiM. mm
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M t !llu rrrtrtss ,s, res-r:- )
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Mtf t-MmriW artfavaft-at ! sWti97
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frm M (M Wtl vaf Mfif nmiui
l"ti. Wr. Vmmtm mwl tM ml
u4 M 1 frmswr, wf4 all Ht yvGt
rtiiiaafi. H ft, H t km f
Prickly Ash Bitters !
-m mrj mt m nmmUt,M !
H m ! tiTii Im fe- KMf . 1 -IIYII,
sw m KIMKYS U a
8 faat tfpawu a la in mmiH en rw
km. 144 tt tm wa, racatra a aamc
tftaaaafla af vmnwU Umi
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AM KnUfS. Aak yt 4r9ftt He L
mUVt Atn UTTUS Cf.
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