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f BE EED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. C. HOSMER, Publisher.
More than fifty per cent, of the claims
of Union Pacific creditors have been
exchanged for the three-year notes, a
portion by people who originally re
fused to sign the agreement.
Elders of the Mormon church are
indignant at the statements of the
Mormon commission that Mormons
were still recalcitrant on polygamy and
only made a pretense of obeying the
Director-Generai. Davis and Mrs.
Potter Palmer, president of the
woman's department, both officers of
the Chicago world's fair, are going to
Mexico soon in the interest of the ex
position. A woman writers' clnb has been
formed in London, with Mrs. IL E. V.
Stannard ("John Strange Winter") as
president and the marchioness of Staf
ford, the countess of Munstcr, Lady
Paget and Mrs. Woods as vice-presidents.
It is not so surprising that Rev.
P.roohc Hereford, a well known Uni
tarian minister of l.oston, has accepted
a call from a church in Loudon as that
the salary to be paid him by that
church will be less than half of what
he receives now.
It is reported that the heir to the
crown of Roumania has renounced tho
throne and insists upon marrying Mile.
Vacarcsco. The king has invited to
the capital the youngest son of Leopold,
of Ilohcnzollern, with the idea, it is
supposed, of making him the heir to
Hen Sweet, as agent for tho Stato
Lumber Co., has just concluded the
sale to Fred Wcyerhauscr and other
Mississippi river lumber companies 100,
000,000 feet of timber in Sawyercouuty
Wis. The price paid is SH)0,00l. The
tract covers 8,000 acres and is all tribu
tary to the Jseirgor river.
The Actors' fund of America lias
made public its tenth annual report. It
shows receipts of SG4,477.'J0, of which
S:.:t17:J7..r0 was realized by tho sale of
United States bonds, and S.U.8S4.23
from various general resources. The
disbursements aggregated S2S,87!l.82.
The assets of the fund aggregate S75,
bOl.r.0. Tin: validity of the new constitution
of Kentucky is to be contested on tho
ground that the constitutional conven
tion made numerous changes after the
instrument was ratified by the people
Suit has been filed at Frankfort to
enjoin the public printer and the secre
tary of state from issuing copies of the
new organic law.
The battered hull of Nelson's famous
flagship, the Victory, which will be ex
hibited at the world's fair, is 120 years
ohL The exact spot where Nelson fell
is marked on the deck, ami in the cock
pit will be a number of Mine Tnssaud's
wax figures representing in a realistic
way the death of the admiral sur
rounded by his officers.
The London Times, commenting on
the l.ritish crop, says: "It is beginning
to be clearly seen thathighor estimates
will not be realized. The recent drop
in values is chielly due to tho inferior
and damaged condition of tho English
crop. Rumors are again current from
reliable sources that Russia is about to
prohibit exports of all grain and food
IX compliance with the order of
Judge Ilrown six deputy marshals took
formal possession of Vunderbilt's yacht
Conqueror at New York. Everyone
was put ashore, the yacht was removed
to a new mooringandwasleft in charge
of three watchmen. Mr. Vanderbilt is
expected to make a big fight in tho
courts against the imposing of duty on
(iov. Cami'Iiem of Ohio, was in
dignant over an article copied by the
Cincinnati Commercial-tlazettc from
the New York Recorder relative to his
financial condition, claiming among
other things that he had lost S."i00,000
in Wall street speculations. The gov
ernor telegraphed his nttornej-s in New
York to demand a full retraction from
the Recorder and if it were refused to
bring suit for libel.
Hkrr 11ereim a prominent member of
the socialist partj, delivered a violent
speech at llerlln recently, in which
he declared that Russia should be
trampled to the ground at all costa
Everybody should contribute to the
victory of the German Hag and drivo
Russia out of Europe. Russia, he de
clared, ought to be revolutionized both
externally and internally in order to
eliminate the perpetual menace of war.
mul held to
that Chong Sam, who
at Port Huron, Mich.,
auswer tho charge of
Chinese exclusion act
ami whom President Harrison or
dorod returned to China, despite the
remonstrance of the l.ritish minister at
"Vashington, has passed out of the con--ol
of the United States authorities, as
.ie was sent to Toronto on the order of
United States District Judge Swan.
The president's order was therefore use
los. As Ministers Gulot, Roche and Rou
vier were riding, escorted by soldiers
through the Roulevard Liberte at Mar
mmIIcs, somebody in the crowd hurled
nn open knife having a sharp blade
with great force at tho ministers. Tho
weapon fortunately missed its mark,
striking with considerable force, but
handle foremost, an officer of the pre
fecture who was seated in the rear of
the ministerial " carriago. The gen
darmes immediately dispersed the mob,
but were not able to discover the as
sailant The New York Times says that a
rumor prevails in Wall street thatsome
Missouri Pacific stockholders are dis
satisfied with Mr. Gould's management
of that road and that efforts are under
way to organize a concerted movement
on the part of stockholders to depose
Mr. Gould from the presidency and get
control of the property. Gould himself
said recently at a meeting that he did
not own a majority-.of the stock in the
road and that if the stockholders be
came dissatisfied they could put him
A dispatch received in London
says the king of Siani seriously medi
tates asking England to take the
country under her protection, in order
to prevent it from falling into the hands
of France, to whom it must otherwise
yield in tho not distant future, and that
England will be asked ore long to toko
the subject into serious consideration.
At the present time Siam retains actual
independence, and France will have no
pretest for interfering should England
annex the country; bntif France should
once assert sovereignty, the annexa
tion wouldr-fnvoJye serious complica
tions. The'great majority of Siamese
princes and nobles are said to be favor
able to England and averse to French
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned By Telegraph and MalL
FEBSONAZ. AND POLITICAL.
Rioirr Ho.v. William Hexhv Smith,
first lord of the treasury and leader of
the English conservatives in the house,
died on the 0th.
KlSG Kaki. I. of Wurtcmburg is dead.
Mrs. Henrietta Lamak, widow of
Gen. Mirabeau B. Lamar, ex-prcsident
of the Texas republic, died at Fort
Worth, Tex., on the Gth.
The Jefferson Davis statue for .Tack
son, Miss., has been accepted by the
It has been decided to reinstate all
the officials of the Canadian depart
ment of the interior who were sus
pended as a result of the revelations
made before the public accounts com
mittee. President Harrison and Secretaries
Proctor and Rusk reviewed tho German
day parade in Washington.
Miss Ei.izaheth Risi.a.vd, the hero
ine of an around-thc-world trip, was
wedded to Mr. Giarles Wetmore in
New York recently.
Josib Maxhfiemi, who has been re
ported as dead, has written to Philadel
phia from Paris for information about
the death of a former husband.
The constitutionality of the McXln
ley tariff bill will be passed upon by
tho United SUitcs supreme court at the
Great consternation was caused by
the announcement on the 7th of the
death of Charles Stewart Parnell, tho
Irish leatler, who had died the previous
night Wild rumors were afloat until
it was announced that his death was
due to over-exortion. In defiance of
repeated warnings of his physicians
Parnell persisted in active election
work until his life-strings gave way.
The reported sickness of the queen
of Hawaii and alleged British machina
tions to get possession of the country
and an approaching revolution are de
clared to Ik: fakes by parties who have
authentic information from tho Sand
Coincident with tho death of Parnell
occurred tho death of Sir John Pope
Hennessey. Hennessey, it will be re
membered, defeated Parnell's candi
date, Vincent Scully, at the Kilkenny
election. Hennessey, also, held posi
tions in the colonies of tho British em
pire. An intense wave of ill feeling has
arisen in Servia, owing to the news
that ex-King Milan has mortgaged his
private estates to a Itnasian bank for a
loan of S400.000.
Immense crowds attended the joint
tariff debate bctwoen Gov. Campbell
and Maj. McKInloy at Ada, O.
Gen. II. V. Boynto.v lias determined
to sever his connection with the Cincin
nati Commercial Gazette.
The republican national executive
committee will meet at the Arlington
hotel, Washington, November 3, to name
the time and place for holding the re
publican national convention and to
act on the resignation of Hon. M. S.
Mr. Gladstone was greatly disap
pointed by the Manchester election.
The reform democratic ticket of
Nashville, Tenn,, was elected over the
regular democratic tiukrt by majorities
ranging from 1,000 to .100.
It w:ls rumored in Lisbon that dis
turbances had broken out in Rio dc
Janeiro, the capital of Brazil.
Ex-President Cleveland says his
baby girl will be called Ruth.
The steamer Chickasaw sank at Cat
island crossing, sixteen miles below
Memphis, Tenn. All hands were saved.
She had liSO bales of cotton on board.
The story of the massacre of 200
white people by Indians in Mexico is
discredited by Mexican ollic'als now in
America. If it occurred, they say,
some news of it would have reached
the City of Mexico, and none has.
William Cankield has confessed
having turned the switch which
wrecked the limited train on the Penn
sylvania road at New Palestine, (., a
few weeks ago in which three mon
The statement from Ottawa, Can.,
that, the British sealer Otto had been
seized by the United States ship Mohi
can on account of an irregularity in her
papers was without foundation.
The ecumenical council of the
Methodist church opened at Washing
ton on the 7th, attended liy prominent
churchmen from all parts of the world.
RvssiAN distress has caused tho bet
ter provided of the people to goncrous
y aid the suffering.
A two-story frame building at Wll
ber, WaslL, was destroyed by fire and
Mrs. Wagner and her two children
were burned to death. Another child
was seriously burned.
The sea island cotton planters of
South Carolina propose to form a com
bine to prevent the sale of Carolina
seed to outsiders and thus control tho
Rev. Samuel Benedict, of Cincin
nati, Episcopal minister, was killed re
cently by an elevator accident
Ihk seventeenth annual convention
of the Catholic Young Men's national
union convened at Philadelphia on the
0th. Three hundred and fifty delegates
The fire undertvriters of the north
west met at Chicago on the 7th.
The courthouse at Washington, Davis
county, ImL, was destroyed b3 fire re
cently. All the records were lost The
damage to building amounted to Sl!J5,
000. A heavy frost fell at Gainesville,
Tex , and through northern Texas and
the Chickasaw country on the night of
the 0th, doing considerable damage to
young, undeveloped crops.
Luther II. Carey, class of '(:. of
Princeton, the well-known sprinter, has
retired from the track. Mr. Carey is
engaged in business in Chicago. Mr.
Carey was the fastest man in the world
at 7S, 100 and 220 yards dashes.
The Manhattan distillery at Peoria,
111., lias been destroyed by fire.
Tin: pope has instructed the papal
nuncios abroad to present an identical
note to the governments to whieh they
are accredited on the recent disorders
in Rome on account of the offensive
aion of a French pilgrim at the tomb
of King Victor Emanuel. This note
will hold that these disorders are evi
dences of the insecurity of the papal
position in Rome.
Axxiors creditors whose, claims ag
gregate over 400,000 are seeking the
whereabouts of Salvador Malo. a
prominent contractor of the City of
Mexico. He is said .to have gone to
The' Belmont mansion. 101 Fifth
avenue. New York, was destroyed by
fire on the 8th. Mrs. Perry Belmont
and other members of tho family had a
narrow escape. Perry Belmont was
away -at the time.
The Iowa stallion Allerton defeated
Nelson at Grand Rapids, Mich., on the
7th, the latter taking onlv ono heat
Time, 2:13, 2:14., 2:15. 2:10.
Special Agents Wehjkl and Scot
horn have been given instructions to
go at once to the Cheyenne and Arapa
hoe lands west of Kingfisher, Ok., and
select the sites for the new county -.eats.
Parker. Webb & Co.'s packinghouse,
Detroit, Mich., has been gutted by fire.
One man was burned to death a-sd a
dozen others injured. The fire was
caused by the explosion of a barrel of
tar. . -
Anson H. Hamilton, proprietor of
the Cape house, Shoreham hotel and
other properties, real and personal, at
Cape May Point, N. J., has failed. Lia
Laidlaw & Brother, Wall street
bankers of New York, were recently
swindled out of 511,000 by a noted
English crook through a forged letter
Thk stage between Linkville and
Lake View, Ore., was robbed by two
The national land office has ordered
the reservation of 1,200,000 acres of
land at the head of the White river In
A ooxoREBs of western Colorado was
in session at Grand Junction. Its ob
ject was to discuaa matters of general
interest to that section and not to figure
on division of the state.
The viceroy of India telegraphs that
thero has been a good rain throughout
the country and that the crop prospects
At the Shelby ville (Ind.) cabinet
works, while Joseph Schott, Clint
Neeley and IL Thayer were trying to
get the elevator to descend, it fell thir
ty feet, carrying with it the men and a
heavy load of furniture. The men were
William Steinecker and Matthew
Dewald, employes in Sovorin it Oster
meyer's wholesale grocery at Indianap
olis, Ind., were crushed in a descending
The strike of dock laborers and
others about the Carron and Hermit
ago wharves, Wapping, London, which
has been in progress for weeks. Is
showing decided signs of collapsing.
The employers aro obtaining enough
"free men" to carry on work in spite of
The American Humane society was
in session recently at Denver, CoL
The Persian government will per
mit the export of products intended for
tho world's fair free of duty. The ex
hibit will probably aggregate S:?00,000.
Three hostlers at the county fair at
Burnottstown, Pa., found a bottle of
liquor secreted and all but drained it
Alexander Chappcl took convulsions
and died in two hours and tho others
were dying. An analysis showed equal
parts of strychnine and whisky.
Dispatches from Amoy, China, an
nounce that serious rioting occurred
forty miles from that city. The riots
wcro quelled, but not before several
mandarins and other officials had been
Ed Neal, a cattle thief, was hanged
at Omaha, Neb, legally on the 9th for
the murder of an agod couple named
Jones. On the same day at the same
place John Coc, a negro accused of out
raging a little girl, was hanged by a
mob to an electric railway trolley wire.
The Oliver & Kolxjrts Wire Co., Pitts
burgh, Pa , has suspended.
Mann fc Co., dry goods, Rochester,
N. Y., have assigned.
The national bank at Enterprise,
Ore., was robbed by thrco men of S:,.)00,
money which they told the intimidated
cashier belonged to "John Smith."
The September statement of the
Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fc railroad
for tho entire system (approximated)
shows gross earnings of 94,20S,..:54, an
increase of Sr14,0.',7.
William Amacher, owner of a rac
ing stable, shot and killed PatMilliron,
another horseman, at West sldo park,
Nashville, Tenn. The trouble Is under
stood to have occurred about a woman.
Emanuel Cadden, said to be a
former wealthy citizen of Wausau,
Wis., blew out his brains in Washing
ton park, Chicago. He had been plung
ing on the board of trade and lost his
Business failures (Dun's report) for
the seven days ended Octobers num
bered 2 to, compared with 230 the previ
ous week and 215 the corresponding
week of last year.
Tm: machines which will compete in
the typesetting contest at Chicago are
the Mergenthaler linotype, tho Rogers
typograph, tho McMillcn typesetting
machine and the St John typobar.
Wade and John Felder were exe
cuted at Rusk. Tex., for killing Yonce
Thompson. Their excuse was that they
had fired into a house for the puriose.
of frightening one of tho initiates and
did not intend to kill Thompson.
Provisions in Warsaw, Russia, have
doubled in price.
The European demand for American
made carts and light vehicles has
greatly increased It has also been
found cheaper to send tticui across
without painting, leaving that to be
Several enormous man eating sharks
have been killed in the Lougport, N.
J., harbor, one being fifteen feet long.
Durino the last year the Indian stu
dents at the school at Carlisle, Pa., huve
earned $10,000 outside of the school.
Tub entry of rags from Marseilles,
France, has been forbidden by the treas
ury department to prevent the bringing
oi ctiolcrn to the country.
O'Mallev, the New Orleans dotectivo
accused of jury bribing has been dis
charged. OWlalley said his indictment
was purposely to shield the parties con
cerned in the Mafia lynching.
Dwioiit, III., has been visited by a
disastrous tire, which started in Ken-
Pearls have been found in mussels
taken from the Cottonwood river, Ok
lahoma. William Davis, a prominent iron
merchant of Brooklyn, was drowned in
the East river. He was thrown from
the deck of a steam launch by the swell
of a passing steamer.
A stuonu force of police Controls the
streets of Rio Janeiro. One mnn w-i
killed and several injured in the recent
A ltoYtsit looking footpad arrested at
Helena, Mont, turned out to be ayonng
woman. Mie had held up several men.
Her companion, giving the name of
Henry Clark, was also arrested.
The interment of the remains of the
'ate Charles Stownrt Parnell occurred
without disorder. Aliout 40,000 persons
viewed the body on its arrival in Dublin.
Nkki. fc Wami'I.kk's planing mill at
Pittsburgh. Pa . has been destroyed by
fire. Loss. SSSO.OOfl; no insurance.
The steam barge Susan E Peck,
loaded with 60.000 bushels of wheat
was sunk recently near Sauit Ste.
New York tailors complain of Ameri
cans who go to England for clothing.
An old woman has leen found in Bos
ton dying of hunger and nearly naked
She had been badly bitten by rats.
Boys et a cat on fire at North Bir
mingham. Ala., and the animal burned
down two houses. Loss. S5.000.
A iiai wreck is reported at Kendall
villeat the junction on the Lake Shore
.fc Grand Rapids railways, near La
Grange, Ind Several persons were
hurt, and a great deal of daraace was
dune to cars and freight
A Polish boardin-r houso at Pitts
burgh, Pa., in which there were tiftv
men. caught tire and was burned to the
ground One man was suffocated and
another jumped from a third story win
dow and was dangerously hurt
San Francisco experienced an earth
quake shock on the night of the 11th.
Austrian pilgrims, after visiting the
pope, were attacked by a mob at Pisa,
Italy. One of the pilgrims disappeared
and it was rumored had been assas
sinated. The United States steamer Dis.patch
became a total wrck nftT grounding
on the Delaware break-wsuir. The
crew was saved
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.
Burglars arc becoming quite
at Grand Island.
Venanoo and vicinity had the first
frost of the season on the 4th.
Footpads held up Smith Boyd, a
farmer, near Butte City and robbed
him of 830.
The Kimball cheese factory has been
so successful this year that it will be
enlarged next season.
The post otlice at Arapahoe was en
tered by burglars the other night The
safe was blown open and about $00 ab
stracted William Bottorft. aRiM. brake
man, fell between the cars of a special
freight at Palmer the other evening,
and was instantly killed
The proposed western Nebraska re
union of ex-soldiers and sailors which
was to have been held at Gering has
been abandoned for the present season.
A HERD of cattle crowding on a bridge
seven miles west of Beatrice, caused
the structure to fall, but only one of
the steers was hurt The bridge was a
Ernest Savage, a sewing machine
agent, shot Richard Willard a horc
trader, with a revolver at Ponca the
other day. The ball 6truck him on the
forehead, inflicting a severe but not
TnE governor has offered $400 reward
for the capture of Arthur Sloan, the
murderer of Benjamin and John Haiti-
win on October 1. The reward is twice
as largo as is usually offered owing to
the fact that two persons were mur
dered One farmer in western Nebraska has
raised sixty acres of melons for tho
purpose of furnishing seed for an east
ern wholesale seed house. For the
seed he receives 15 cents per pound and
estimates that the yield of this year
will bring him about $7."i per acre.
Rev. G a Wilson, of North Bend,
got married the other night and was
given "the largest charivari iu the
history of the state," according to an
enthusiastic correspondent which
"commenced at 7:30 p. m. and lasted till
midnight Much proporty was de
stroyed" R. C Vauohan, a well known busi
ness man of Fremont, committed sui
cide the other morning by lying uuder
a freight car with his neck across the
track and when tho train started up his
head was cut off. Tho waywardness
of a son was supposed to have driven
The barn of Henry Natch, a farmer
living near Gcrmantown, was burned
recently, together with its contents,
which were four horses, one yearling
colt, binder, seeder, two sets of har
ness, 200 bushels of wheat, 3.0 bushels
of oats and fifteen bushels of rye. Ori
gin of the fire not known.
The democratic state central com
mittee met at Omaha the other even
ing lor the purpose or naming a
candidate for the supreme bench in
place of Judge Brady, who declined
the nomination tendered him by the
Grand Island convention. After a long
consideration of the subject the com
mittee decided to leave matters as they
It has developed that the unknown
young man who was killed at Union iu
Otoe county early, in August, was
Joseph Perris, a prisoner, who broke1
jail in Madison county in company
with Frank Clnrk. Perris and Clark
were stealing a ride on the trucks of a
passenger coach when Perris fell and
was instantly killed. He was buried
at Nebraska City unidentified. The
whereabouts of his parents are un
known. Clark is still at large.
Ji'non A. W. Crites has filed a peti
tion with tho county clerk of Dawes
county to have his name placed on the
official ballots as an independent and
non-partisan candidate for district
judge. Mr. Harbaugh, who received
the nomination at the judicial conven
tion nt Valentine, filed a protest, alleg
ing that the word independent attached
to Judge Crites' name was misleading
to the voters and he was not entitled
to the umj thereof. County Clerk Maher
decided in favor of Mr. Harbaugh
Judge Crites appealed tho nritter to the
Corporal Carter of troop F, Sixth
cavalry, stationed at Fort Niobrara,
was fatally shot by Trumpeter Dixon
of the same troop the other night
Carter was ordered by tho captain of
his troop to drive some disreputable
negro women from the quarters He
obeyed the order, and in doing so one
of the girls resisted and was forcibly
ejected. She reported the matter to
Dixon, who called Carter out and shot
him. Carter caught Dixon before he
could escape, disarmed him and held
him until a guard arrived. He died
J. 114 Ames, of Lincoln, who was
appointed referee in what was
known as the Atchison A Nebraska
railroad case, has tiled his report
This is the case instituted by ex-Attorney-General
Lcese to declare forfeited
the charter of the Atchison fc Nebraska
railway, from the fact that it was ille
gally consolidated with the Burlington
fc Missouri, to the destruction of com
petion and the corresponding injuries
of the communities through which the
road operated its lines. The conclusion
of the referee Is that owing to the
building of new competing lines and
from the fact that the Atchison v.
Nebraska, if operated independently,
would bo utterly destroyed as an instru
ment of commerce, the court in the ex
ercise of Its discretion and for the pro
motion of the public welfare, ought to
refuse judgment of ouster.
Mrs. Dr. McCahan, of Axtcll, met
with probably a fatal accident as she
was lately returning from a visit to a
patient in the country. When crossing
the Burlington and Missouri track east
of town her horse became frightened
and unmanageable and overturned the
buggy, throwing her out She sus
tained several serious injuries the
worst of which was contusion of the
brain. Her condition was critical.
Eastern parties are searching for the
heirs of Frank Flynn, James McGuire.
James Leonard Antoin DuvaL Eunice
Pattee, Sabol Gertruder Doherty. Thee
parties resided in or near Omaha about
Mrs. Eli Rohinson. of Aspinwall
precinct Nemahi City, was found dead
in bed the other morning, having died
suddenly of heart di-ease.
The soldiers' reunion at McCook was
a great success. Tiie exercise by the
children of the McCook schools took np
the greater portion of the morning of
the second day and were very appro
priate for the occasion. Attorney
General Hastings addressed the audi
ence and was followed by Hon. Thomas
Majors. At two o'clock Paul Vander
voort addressed the encampment He
was followed by Hon. M. C. Quina, of
Peoria, 111. Fully 10,000 people were
Thomas Hill, manager of the eleva
tor at Nemaha City, and an old citizen
of the country, died suddenly the other
morning from blood poisoning, caused
bv a sore throat
While recently attempting to ford j
the Little Bine river near Fairburr.
Albert Hermann drove his horses into j
too swift water and the oatSt was car-
ried down the stream; the wagon over-'
turning. Mrs. Hermann and two chil-
dren were s.vept away and tbe cnil-i
dren were drowned. Hermann with
d,?CfitJ'Wf m t0 w ' "r
a hard effort, succeede-i in bnngia?
his wife out, but she died shortir ajtcr-
wmjlX " i
Kt eal. the Nurdrrer, Hanged t Omaha
Ily tli RherlfTancl Nrro flrat Lynched
Ilj a Slob.
Omaha. Neb. Oct 10. Ed Neal was
hanged here at 12 o'clock for the mur
der of Allen Jones and Dorothy Joces,
an aged farmer and his wife, near this
city in February, 190.
The execution took place just as the
noon whistles were blowing. The
scaffold was erected in the court yard
of the jail and the condemned man
marched up with a firm step. His ae
tions on the scaffold were in accord
ance with the nerve that he ha, shown
J blrce is nrrest-
At the last moment Neal c'infevt?d
that he did the crime unavdsted and
aoked the forgiveness of all, especially
of the Jone.s family.
All that is known of Neat's past life
is that he served terms in the Iowa and
Kansas penitentiaries. His real name
was never divulged, nor s far as
known did he communicate to his fami
ly, if any he had, intelligence of his
This is the first legal hanging in this
county in twenty-three years.
A NEUKO LVNCHE!.
Omaha, Nek, Oct 10. Over an elec
tric railway trolley wire in front of
Omaha's most beautiful place of amuse
ment, naked as when he camo into the
world save for a fragment of a blue
blouse and the shoes he wore, swings
the dead body of Joe Coe, a negro of
20, the victim of an angry mob of in
Public sentiment here had leen
wrought up to a high piteh by the ex
ecution of Ed Neal and this tension
was added to when the rep rt liecume
eurrent that Lizie Yates, the five-voar-old
victim of a fiendl.sh ii-ssault by
John Coe, a disreputable negro, had
"We will lynch the negro," was
heard on every side and it was evident
before nightfall that the day would le
made memorable by a lynching.
Night came on with an ominous quiet
and few people were on the streets.
Suddenly, aWiit t::;o o'clock, there
came a confused sound of tramping
and hurrying along the paved streets
toward the county jail and in a re
markumy short time the jail was sur
No leader seemed to control the
crown and yells filled the air, hundred
shouting at once, what to do No as
sault was made on the jail for many
moments, the mob stiuxlltig irresolute,
waiting for some one to lead.
A rush was made for the South street
door of the jail, a self-appointed leader
shouting: "We will get in here."
The nerve of Officer Curmnck, who
presented a revolver to the face of the
leader caused the crowd to abandon
the attempt at this entrance.
Then sledges wcro brought and the
east door was assailed This was built
of strong steel lattice. Once inside
four more steel lattice door must oe
broken through. This seemingly im
penetrable wall stood betweeu the
crowd of angry men and their victim.
"Wo will get the nigger," now went
up from tho crowd sis solid blows rang
on the solid doors. It was useless. No
sledge would tell against that door.
About a block away Is the power
house of the cable street railway com
pany. Near it are huge piles of rails
long, heavy bars of steel. In a minute
half a dozen of these were borne by
sturdy hands up the hill.
Ex-Gov. Bo3'd pushed his way through
the crowd to the jail door and liefore a
blow from the battering ram was
struck he essayed to speak to the crowd:
"It will 'm; a disgrace to Omaha." he
commenced; "1 implore yon t-j lw quiet
nnd desist from your unlawful efforts
Let the law take itsdne course, let "
The governor's words were cut off
by a man with a sledge whosai I: "You
are not governor here. Get out fio
attend to your opera houe."
Then the steel rail clanged against
the steel door The latter yielded
slightly and a mighty yell went up
from the maddened men and again nn t
again the battering ram was hur'ed
against the door. Steel cannot stand
everything nnd in five minutes the door
Then there was a short parley and
the second door was assailed. While
all this was going on Omaha's puny po
lice force of ninety men wai gathered,
but the olllcers were lost in the crowd.
The doors were finally battered d jwn
and the wretched negro, begging for
mercy, was dragged out The mob
cursed and beat him as they dragged
him out He wa identified, and al
though insensible fr m the roug.i treat
ment received the negro was hanged to
a trolley wire of the electric street
railway near Boyd's opera house.
. Mnmrntimi Point at loe. j
Chaihk.n, Neb.. Oct 10. Judge A. W.
Crites has filed a petition with the
county clerk of H.itvc county to have
his name placed on the dhelal ballots
a an independent and non-partisan
candidate for district judge. Mr Har
baugh. who received the n mination at
the judicial convention at Valentine,
filed a pro'est, alleging that the word
independent attached to Judge Cnt-s
name was misleading to the voters and
he was not entitled to the use thereof.
The clerk decided in favor of Mr. Har
baugh. Judge Crites appealed to tbe
IIrkf.5CP. HL. Oct 10. As the balloon
at the fair groumis was releave! this
afternoon with William KL-cr, tbe
parachute jumper. Ale.v. trordon. a
country youth, attempted t leap
across the rope, attached to the pjra
chnte. when his legs became entaag'ed
and he ivas carried skyward feet upward-
In his struggles to save himself
Gordon cacght the rope releasing the
parachute, throwing him and the regu
lar balloonist to the earth, a distance
of SO feet. Idling Riser instantly and
breaking Gordon's leg and arm and la- .
dieting other injurie.
Ka.a.s Citt, Mo.. Oct ItX An elca
trie current oassei through the llyof
Willis Chaplain about 2JM o'd-jck this
afternoon, and he died instantly.
He was a line man in the employ of
the Kansas City Electric Light Co.. and
was engaged in renewing the carbons
nt thf vna at the intersection o:
Eighteenth street and Grand areaae.
ije waA standing on the gronr.d, hi
hands bnsr about the lamp, when he
was noliccj falL
Those ho had seen him fail reached
. . . 7 , . . v
his boi-T ,n -i-i -- " fU:ac b
he tsas dead Deata had cojoe Inatantly.
DEATH OF PARNELL
Unexpected Domlso of tho Notd
lie Hl IWn III Tor Horn. Tine Hat HU
rrlratU Conr-lU the racl-tlrlf
Sketch of HU rvsalfal
fjivnov (Vl HHro-it Ttritaln and
Ireland were startled yesterday by
the utterlv unlooked-for announcement
that Charles Stewart Parnell. the noted
Irish leader, had died Middenly Tnevlsy
night at hit home in Brighton. It had
been well known that Mr. Parnell had
not enjoyed the best of health for yer,
and it had been noticed and widely
commented upon that rdnco the O'Shea
divorce development, became a mat-
ter of public notoriety, and ince pollt-
ical trouble came upon him. the great
' Irih member of parliment had grown
: thinner and had perceptibly aged in
appearance. But nolKnlr expected to
hear of his death, and no ink.iag of hit
illness had reached the newspaper.
Mr. i'arnell arrived at his home at
Brighton from Ireland Thursdav and
coin plumed of suffering from a chill.
On the Friday following he was unable.
to leave his bed and his regular phy
sician was summoned.
This consultation of physicians wa
resiified on Sunday, when Mr Parnell
wiu ijund to le in great pain ami ap
parently growing weaker everv hour.
t'HAitiE "irwAiir I'Mtsrii.
His sieknevs was pronounced to Ih an ,
attack of acute rheumatism and every
care ami attention were paid to the
sufferer. He wits earefullv and tin- ;
tlringly nursed by his wife, whohnrdly
left his bedside. j
Mr. I'aMiell did not rally from the !
rheumatic attack ami grw weaker and
weaker. Several hotir-t lefore his ,
' death he became unconscious and so ,
remained until he died, in intense !
IllOOIltl'llll Al. j
I ('lmrl)'i Mi-Hrtrt I'mt'ii-II u j Itiirti lit Aritu ;
dale la tlie eounty H irklov. lr-l.inl. In p'7
fll flitlier was tlin -Dli of ii K"t!Miiuri m ho
wi ut ono Onto hlli tiTlfl J.r tin- oounty :
M-nt!i, uii-1 In-. mttnT ttl "lrnir'it.-r f 1 m
, iewirt, ho coimnitiHloit tli I intt M;ili' (
I fn.ito . oiiptilntlon during ih' uur of !Mi
II) inlirrltril tlln t-t.to nn wlilili h uH,
I" n ami u i !n-Mt ! l lliernw
, -rliool. LiikI iml. Hint .MiU'!l'''i ol
Ic'c if tin- miivir-ltr id (' iiitriilr
In js7; I,,. wn. rlfi till iiKin' of
Jiurl In tiieii t f ir Mi-nth an I n - ont-i tli-it
cin-.tltin'!icv until tn' : ii-r .1 l.ii..ni of
isv. hIii'D Ijo i- ri'tuin.-l fur liree i i.ti-llt-'leiirieH.
Inclti'tln; llm tino lie !m! ropnxi nt
"t n Ion; II- prff'Triil to ! fur III rlty
j of Cork. At tlm liejlfiiilnc of li (inrl'a
; inr-ntury rirctT lio a intuitu r of t l.c
! Ii.'tno rtilr party. In ulileli ! on ro !
einliieiire nltiuMiti n Prutotant snl p-Tin
aily not M;.uliir irltli tli lull uiriii'.iTe.
In October of tli. naiiir .r lie f.tin.cl nli'l
us Iliailc pren -lent of tint Natiolint Irioh
siimiltnneou-I. wlt.'ititi .ilLitlon which In
I'-O inaitu Mr Purai'll tlir. tupr-iiit' l'lhinnn
and the virtual rulruf hi coutitr). itni
ordinary r:an of rellrl s-re ui1o-im1 .or
the ri'lii-f nt Inh '!'tr. In mIi'i-i lit!i
iUnd slid the t" .Ite.l tati . toot a cn-
pieuous part In .Jinu-r. 1 si. Mr Pir
noli vNltol the tii'tM -titf. tn 1 i rrttto'l a
'.ocllriK thnt or, et.il'jr'l lto.f In the lotmn
tltm of lnml Iii:uo - i.itloni wliin
roved thn m In flnui- hi apport of lh
how- orvftnlxiitlnn II vtm iihriiefitl)
hoM'ii prcM'li'iit nf the hilar nil- partv tn
pl.iro of Mr Hn. Touiirl- the ) of
Ism. Information of editlou .(.Irscy m
ft'iplli'd far hy the croii aaai t Mr Par
noli nnd crrt mi of h ai n-ut- . trlm-li r
hiiltod In a irlul l.r iht to an .i-I-: rini
nut- luc. hut th r ir it il to 'i't'til l, th
iion asrertnenl of h J-.r, Wh n lie t oV
lil-. 'fit for Cork, tin- ouii-tat man
inailrt Ii ailT of the Irh pt't i it'i Ik.h-.'
of common. Id tartlc. f ol.-lrtirtloti
proiluced :rol ln'lK alnt lilm In
Kni-I.iml. nnd uiidr the iwti ! s-t. which
sat thought ne t ry It Mr l.l. I
siono cvrrn:u. nt fir the r rnlln
of tli power of the r.ti In Ire
land, he , In Octoher. Issi rr-te.: ,
"intpoet," and ImprUnne! n K iitialnhatn
Jill. lie i released. It w . atl j il. a th
result of a letter to the prime u mi.trr in
which he l under-tood to have ffTe.J h
eo operation w th the regain nutltorillea In
tho rrtoratlon of order rind ta- leilni nf
measure Intended to ohriat- the ranse of
pollt'eal trouhl" In hla ra-lvr land After
his ritarn In th loo of rommn. he
howed remsrkahle t hliity s leader and
was f.-r year the h-d anil front of !-ieal
agitation In Ir- land. W lien th- land leajroa
Cillspsril ss the reult d the repr-s'lve ef
l-lntlnn adoptel t y pa Iisment.'i- orr"n'4
the Irlsn NatlonsI leaffu- whleh j largely
couiposeil of the iin- rn . tw rh.'n Its
operations, hoevr n inor-ur In r-straln-d
try la nid Utnt the tpne of the
ctiaDee of the nilnlttr, . win Ire and aaln
(stneanderthe a 1 in in 11 rat Ion of Ji-I.e
(,radastly. ss tbe years cf eoiflet eree-i
fd mch other. Irl(htr sn-t trshtr leeare
the prospect of ultimate jee-snerrr and
nearer to the gnii to l- italnetl were the tm
tsfe points se red and held
The public. t on In th- I. mdon Tlm-s f a
s-rles of senstionsI arll'Ies which Il u a
I h-I tult, the lalfM- of P'sott. who b d
forse! tbe letter, the r-lrrkn of t. e
Times, and Anally Parn-ll's lafatHitltn
Mrs O'-hea snd the t . on in t- I is
party srn matter of "ate i-earr-n e with
which the puhlc (s fm l.ar
rn-(llsh Cnserratla lerletrl.
Ix5iKi!r. Cct . - The death of Mr.
W. H. Smith contina-. tole a!mrst the
ml. topic of discus ion. He was the
right hand man of Lord Sallshary and
the onlr commoner with whom the
arb-tocratic premier really tinVnt.
While there are able men left in ke
tory ranks and Mr -aillh had hs
superiors in ability, he ha1 no superior
in his capacity to hold and command
the goM will of hi hearers in and out
Go-chen, who Ls mentioned a his suc
cessor, bad none of the msgnetUra of
St. Locf, Oct K Hranch 99 of th-s
Catholic Knifhts of America hld a
meeting at (umwu halL corner of
Kaston and Ls-onard aveso-s, Monsl.tr
night The -vesskm w.s s-ert iwt
snScientof the transactions are known
to state that the agitation has by do
A number of commsaication.s trje
read, many of them from otbr state,
and there seemed good grosnd for tfe
opinion that the national onler U men
acei by dlssolctlon and that state or
ganizations will take its plac. All are
looking forward to tbe conTentloa of
the 19th -with anxioos actio patkm.
Mtssmtar Clercj -- 01 IIU ICae.
Szdalix. Mo.. Oct s, Unr (yrasT
lirady, pastor of the Calvary EpUcwpa!
chnreh of thi city, has resigned Urea true
of comment by certain members of Ids
congregation at his jsitioa in refer- 1
acce to athletic sports, of whici. 1? is
an arde-at advocate.
DaKlsta-al JaraUsat tba- KaUrvavl.
ATC2nos. Kan.. Oct 5. Tbe jsry in
the celebrated personal injury case of
Willi-UB Peafold agalast the Saat Fe
railroasd rettsrsed a Terdict for fa,Tl la
favor of tie plaiati. The cae has
lwOk p4aJ ,. V. 1.1 tt. I
ta. .-, aaua . - J
e aLSoes , PVaaALL7 1,- Z .
Where the Va4sle
The coast i!n of San Salvador -x-tends
alontf the Pacific on hundred
and sLxtv mile, from tho month of the
j Rio dc 1 Paz to that of the loscoran.
in the Gulf of KonHa. With tho ex
ception of narrow strip of low allu
vial plain extending along the w
board, tho country consist mainly of a
? plateau two thousand feet above the
sa. which U broken at quite frequent
! t. i. .- -..... nt,. ftinr. rroloirical
, ,ulrl,ai, v, . v.v-.. ....
' jr of mort. recent origin than the tntn
-v.tr, f thrt ronllllortk wmen es
farther to tho north.
Tho volcanic mountains do not form
a chain, but a series of clusters, tho
Iralco croup in the west. Including
Iralco. Marctdlno, SanU Ana. Naraa
the Siguatepequo summits to the north
jo. Aguila. San Jaan & Uio Apanoca, cw rrart. laen. a nrcJi e isu .,
' Tamajaso and LangunlU: tho Sn Sal- To ete-Jtrtc rvu ! . ei . . ,.
Tador group, about thirty miles to tho hra Mil. m.t - t
, eat. Cojutepeque to tho northeast and , tae K!r ,vr.as .M.w e, fe u u ,
the s'an Vincent- group to the eat of tcu p.r, s w .... , ..,
the great volcanic lake of lopango. toBfnrtm tm mxJL
ea.st of .san ineouto and Uo great .
southeastern or San Miguel group.
As it well known to geographers, the "
T..t.-,i,i.. fnr!.. In Salvador have null
vet spent themselves, and many more
such eruptions a that of recent dale an
liable to occur lefors4?ic great suMer
ranean fires will cease to find an outlet
The Iralco haa long been cm
, , . i i .. ...K.
d a. a safety valve, and Ue neikb
h of the capital has leet o ul
jeet to tremblings and
earth as to have acqul
gs of toe
the swinging hatnin m.
San Salvad r has leen
fctnired br eartluniakes
171t and "lNM San Miguel is eonsld
cred as one of
the most treacherous
1 burning mountains In America, soino
j times several years In repose and then
1 bursting out all at once with terrific
. furv San Francisco t hronlcle.
i t"oiinllllielit ary.
A woman m a bridge train had a
baby atxiut n year old in her lnj. and
net on her right sat an oldish man
who was evidently fond of babies. The
child looked at him, nnd he smiled and
I clucked in return. He was getting
f along finely, when all of a sudden the
' kid puckered his lip and In-gati to howl
"There, there. I hiti't rjy. my precious
lamb." said the mother, in soothing
"Seems to Ik afraid of me," ol,crrel
1 "Yes, sir, he do. and I can't make it
' out 1 had him up to Ihe Ihe other
day. and he looked at the big hipHi.t
, aimis for half an hour and never tit
' tered a whimper!"
j The old gent e rlggled around, hxiked
; foolish, mid observing a large assort
. ment of fall and w later smiles In thnt
1 end of the car he went out on the pint
I form to view the wonler of tin nln
'' teetith centurr M. Quad, In N
i The Only fine rer Prlnled-Csn You Mud
Thero Is n 3 Inch d'splay advertlieinenl
, In this paper, this wi-ek, which ha no two
j wonti alike -zi 'pl oun word Tho same Is
' true of eai h new one apt ivtrtng each wiek.
from The Ir llarter .Modlrlnn Co This
house plnrs'a a "t "reaeent ' on everythiiitr
the) niaUe uml puhlia . lavok for it. send
them tho name of the word and they will
return " ''-. Iwaiitiful lllhoiraphs or
"I w ot t me upplea " "We're 1tit i-ut
of app.es, niu'um "Then I !l luo
oranp. " 'tti leoutof thorn, t.vo I
there ai,v tlilu ye ain't out if" "Yij.
ina'um lwdn ' - llarp'r'a Ilmar
la prolific In torture., ti t .lpep!a, a
mo(ail-i to which Hosteller' Ht.utu.. It II I
ter Is udapted, furnishes a iiuimt fu I of
them Nauea, heartburn, bin -nane
wind on thi Mom-n'h, heart palpi'atliu nud
mnnt more iiismfetatloti characliTlrc tl
re'iHiii malndy Ka-'h and ad sr dli-l,-!
the flitter, which ntiera.llcarr rheum
attsui, kidnoy trotibio tml malaria
"Alt' It eernrd ttiat civ remarks were
wlnilly unralle,: for," eouimentsd the ai
thor when Lin rmiiji ikiLn tuo.k t.. him !
wa; 01 Uietieau lett'T oRlce liidiubaw
The Ijdlea Ilellghled.
The plraati! og.-t and the ierfe't safer
with who It ladie tnay tia th ll.iol fru-t
Jaxatlvo. Mimnol y -.ini!ersJi -inditi'.t,
mako t their faroriti reti.rsl; Jt I pieo.
liik' t' the e and Ui th taale, tentle, yet
cfTtv :..ai lu octlti( oh the kidney . uver aim!
A rcovrsn Hr.vrrtsrt llnfirs "It Isn't
klwnvs 'h rout lhat rmkea tbe tnnu
Jsit.s 'u. If tl.e man happnr.a U U a
Udnr It I tho man wlio rr.ies the rout,"
Is Paicrj t Ash Jtirrrs. g. fla,,.
Ui 1 tik! lU-ad what Frank Urlk,hr of
Ik-Ice t iy. KTas -r or Uir.- -ear. I
sciT-re,! from a dianae that mr Idli s,t tan.
jtrtnoiitirel In. ursWe yy friends ht
cireo ms Mp to die. when I waa Indure.! t,.
tr yrur remedy I tj.k It for thre mon'li
and bsveyalnj j n-nimls in ne.eht Am
a w!l man knd I'rlcklr Asli llttters ,rn J
ij life I sm Bnder llfeloiii-' ohIlhsttons U !
mi msiir,e. and will never c-a- to rc
ominend it. '
Tfssrt re,t a irisde, frnrn
plant, whlan fro-rs In Itrd''an
prr.hW- that tee maIiler it rets the. rr,!.Jrr
it. c-- inea .-, 1 1 irarur.e
Hvr oo eqnal as a prtmpt snd Js'ltiTe
rtJre for air heailaetre.. Mlioin-. rntl
pauon. palt. In the ,j,j hU4 aj j,T,f irn
lev Carter Utile Iver lilts Trj Uie-n
A Csrrs of extravaranm rfee not ae-es
arlly hnar a Man t socartsUi, byt It is
rare u.an ,Vy to brinif hlra t fcAaLe.
!fcs'T berries-! a frgh Ts aocje Ha's
Honey of H'reUra), simI Tsr i-c'-u-r
'ke a T'fthaehe Irns ljrn in m tnlnut-
" Ts Vstt a asti." as U tWtlrerent jrrt
re-nsre,J when he arr thn lone); traveler
dran- nearer -Ihsltiraare American.
-tn little rhikl He An, i.v o
Ktee m t eat well J,. .K. j, - .,
Hnlt's Worm I-Jnjers.
ltnr rnt vmriA rbsr-s ' y0 - wnv
-!&&:: nBrf lwntri 4 u" J
CA I 1 UK snipping ater
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Th 9U l"iU ('ami-! .Ulrtfli ljrtr
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Hnaf4j. CVtfe-r t ie ttr-i
St ItaqU Ki ;- t tt will !-. 't .-
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tIt, W.t tie Ver ai g4 time v- t
Lgti tWr Oc r IT tr -
tro'T ttrHM . ere, t f -- --t
lie 3KMt flfttf ' CBtfT !. fx- v
aif u twr. as Ma-arTt-ai . i ?
yrrx -(u we Mv.r e win, wt
To laf'" t-mcs xn tatfMwrfti . :-v.
daer! JJ l- miMaf ry o eta.
t srt cl t t'a-., Is tk o(4 4t. Men
OOlj tJM three M kr -
Ux?tr to ti wore M1 kf U la.
ulScleary of the lrrt r' Mi lA4v, fcvt
sllaowca the rm4 ti y- vi.. .trr-M
W tK th- tnt .r- Is . unsst Us4
Crittng mil Is Sw xnA tntfC, . .
OI th VeiieU lriSet ll uwuti)
7 mart. Tbe ank)eae ? Ie tCBV. th
tsermoQl PTil stun live r-Mite at the frtA.
sn.t the p-rf Is full ! T . 1J
fu4.su si ih ball. .!!.&. ii &.
nut Uu bt et4en4 t avst .
r.i aJ to tbe .
- the W e.t. aal taJ. the . i.. ?M
' In-m th Interest f -!; as iw ,.in, .)
f Ua,Ur, .j. ,. ,,
gjtj,, xtltX, caasot I. .Mtinnuj
IlurlSt the rrmaUeJer t V ftu ta) mu
of t&ere l ms.ll to iS - Ike ve4Sa are
of i msny lef. r taelr lt aatlt art 'tt ;
, I enter to aTustl tits rwS :. h aa naraiai inn
.-iheriotf ef ie.4ii rtalri4.ir iareiai taa
j wl, , tndllsrf the -, ta u a. .
BMfe fpUMtlM! Ibsar Ukas . aSal
, .as i.t -en nus Mr h rw.v..1
aii Are i-is in i ir fv-.-raaaj7 aaM
reason), e rale. i. Il4s 4. a.. tsaaa u.
awet ir s4 n.f i.e . I Ha grmt tkaS
l&e lis if snpi'ii iml 4emaad ..era.. 4 ,
OHire It rather treat Its ttsi: e - fcM
r-il et Bl preWe-i mwl aS - f
free enter lalniuent a p.sike
ll tJlllilivre wi'l wle-l w k !! kra
m-nl on cVUitt-r I" a4 is is aso - -
.! Kl.n; four trs-autwe nvlr.1 tr.. J. .
Ho ha s haldt f leaefftn ttw't ni
the last, sad xuu tts- (M-lM4Ma- - mini
will m mstert'teri nle-t
Asa natural lesutl Of le -.alrrsi .n.v,
tl.vfi St Ieul jare-- ta a -t. ai
Ut Ihe people Mf aurroHSHltDf sSafcw iV
merelai Internslt .f the Oitr " - -s
(wenteal In a rrisrk . .-" t is ia t
rs h-i eoMie jfT afV. t year uii -aS
hat at the n- t lave a -ia t al
wlnes4H(' he taJt eite .- a4 a.'a'
turin; etaUithineni in ktk tet u
eirela all Olhar Mtli. tn M arU hk tSaMfi
lines, and thus hstslHess rel ultras ra fail
whleh relntn.t tn the pmat Sfc tt Va etwsTr
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TIFT STECIFIC CO.,
lirawtr 3, AiUbIs. sVsu
Iha! Jktcii trouMctl five m n'U-
with Iysj.-isj.i Tin- th t"rs ; bl
tnc it Wfisi hromc. I lta. a fM!.ri-s
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pit of hjv strjinach I suffcrc. fre
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matter Sonicttuc- a dcnthly S
ncAsj at the Stomach wottlt!ovcftacr
me Then aam I wmiM have tbr
tcrnhlc jiaiii of Wtn. OAk At
Mich time I would try tolkh ami
could not. I was working, then fcr
Thotn.i Mclfcnrj. JJrtig:i-t. Of
Irwin aI Western Ave , Allcgh-mT
City, Pa., in wluvc employ I h-vl
lj-rcn for actcii years Finally I si
Auttst Flower, and after utnr ."-
one lottJc for two week, was m
tircly reI)c'edofa!l the trouMe I
can now cat thUvp I dared nM. Umth
l-fore. I would like t refer " '
Mr M Henn. for whom I w?cr..
who knows all about ray cosv1;?k.
and Uum whom I bought the raob
cinc I live with mv wife and fasatiy
at v, James SL.AiJevhcay City,!.
S.K1 Jon?.- d Cox
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