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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1892)
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Kmimmioii Wim.iam nltctuleil t'.tcwMil
en wedding culdirutloit of the grtiml
Tut: coinplrolU'r o( tlio currency ilitti
ColltMt'fnr n report of tlio condition of
tlir imtlotiiil b.inlcH at tliu close of 1-ttrtl-hrso'Kcptcnilivr
rATimit Maiiti.v, tlio new potter! uf
tlio JVmtlti, H 41 yearn of ntfo mid Alio
youngi-Nt but onu of the men tvor
, cliosoittto fiend tlio piwurul order.
y'frr.'HtisMnn crulMirsoperutlnK In tlio
Ik'lirlnjjHuivhtivo ho far ruptured ten
Caumlliuiifit'uling schooner, valued nX
7i5,9, and 1,1)0!) Rent sUIiih worth tlU
TiiKvnmfelilp Alliance of tlio United
StiUcA t llraztl Stenmslilp Co. hnllwl
from Now Yorlc recently on her first
direct trip ito Montevideo mid lltieuot
O.NK hiiftfircd and wlxty thousand lin
mlgrnnti kimi taken land In tliudlstrlct
of Suninranitl, KumIh. Many school
houses andliurelicn linvu been erected
for the utff .the people.
A KTATKMrsvr .issued by the treasury
cpartiilcalHiwi that durtn? Keptom-
-i them Xvtukh decreaso'o'f e:i,20n,00l In
circulation and of 3,877,0:11) In money
and bullion f u tbo trcamiry.
Tun conference between tho Argen
tine ministry od tho Uruguayan tut-
,fftj m ut-Wtiayan watera, lint to
in AVjjtUFaetory Rettlement,
Tin: cruiser Cincinnati, which witi to
lmve been launched this month nt tho
llrooklyn niivy yardwill liot ko off tho
docks until November. Three now
cylinders will be made to take thcilac
of those (lutiiii'cd by tho lire.
It Is wild that tho largest turret ship
in tho world porlTaps tho largest bat
tle fthip'ln 'vxlsfenee is the Itrltlsh
liatt1ua ship Hood, which win launched
ntCha'thamon.luly .10, lH'.lt. Tim Hood
lins U displacement of U.liiO tons.
TliK blade rtf a knife, titf Inches lonjr,
was recently taken from a cow's fore
leg nt Keottshiirt', Ind. Tho knlfo was
recognized as having been used in par
ing applcsand hud evidently been swal
lowed. Jl'ho cow showed u sons for
softie time 1 i
I.MPni80NiKNT may help a man by
pIvHig uunolwolutiylchnn-o in which to
thlnK. Mi TnrplnJ tho inventor of the
cxptotdvo molluitc, who is now under
going flvo years' imprisonment, claims
to linvc'lhmllyiolved tho problem of
Mits. Mix.nik Kbma. Wii.ck, whose
cctilp was torn from her head by tho
machinery In a steam laundry ut New
York, lias been subjected to tho sixth
Mdn grafting operation nt Ilollevito
hospital. Thistlmo a little black and
tan dog furnished tho skin, and tlio
operation was aa huccessful as might bo
At St. Edward's church, Cincinnati,
O., ilvo brothers, till priests, outdated
nt a service, one. of them saying his first
high 'mnss. Tho celobrnnt, Father
(eorgoHlclcey, was unlisted by his
four brothers llooert Mickey, of St.
Joseph's church, Dayton; Hdward 1'.
lllckey, pastor of St Mary's church,
Mqt'mj Chnrles A. O. lllckoy, pastor of
timbered Heart church, Dayton, and
John Mickey, pastor of St. "l'atrlck's
The Ink used in printing your money
Is npt tho ordinary printer's Ink in gen
eral use. James Kildy, Troy, N. Y.,
makes all tho ink with which tho gov
ernment paper money is printed. Mis
father invented It, nud just before his
death let his son into tho secret of its
manufacture n secret that ho still
keeps to himself, us It is worth WO.OOO
a year to hint. Tho Ink in question is
said to bo tho only kind that will print
on tho paper now used for government
Mr' Mom.uy'b eviction commission
will havo a balanced representa
tion of landlords and tenants, two
delegate for each Interest, and four
Irish lawyers, headed by n judge.
Koine Secretary Attqulth is visiting
Dublin in order to discuss with Mr.
Morley tho government's policy with
reference to political prisoners. Mr.
Asqulth wauls to detain them, while
Jlr. Morley wants to release them.
Probably Mr. Morley, who now entirely
dominates Irish affairs, will prevail. '
Tub sanitary commission at Pesth re
jected a proposal to closo thq schools,
but resolved to erect four now barracks,
to Hush tho canals and, if neecMary, to
distribute food gratis. Tho number of
uvullablo lcds for patients In tho whole
city wus 780. The commission as well
as tho municipality, wus treating tho
cholera outbreak very lightly. This
hicrcuscs tho apprehension felt there,
but Count Vou Tnafo has declared that
it is too lato and almost impolblo to
closo Vienna ngainst Pesth. Tho epi
demic seems to be spreudlug through
ItKlfiiiflif&rf to the change In the
White hotiio In die matter of hand
Blinking tho Chicago Tribune says:
"Mrs. Harrisoir Introduced a sensible
innovation at tho White houso. She
abandoned tho hand-shaking nt recep
tions that made the evening ono of tor
ture to all her predecessors. Tlio pres
ident continued to shako hands with
democratic cordiality, but Mrs. Harrison
made slmplyu graceful courtesy, Sho
Managed this with much tact, by earry
ing.a,fan in ono hand and n bouquet in
the" 'other,. so that persons, seeing her
lmiuls.full, wcro spared tho uwkward
ness of offering u hand-shako shu could
ttUVS Of THE WEEK.
Glanod Br Toiogrraph and Mall.
l'J.'WiONAL. AND l'OMTIOAU
vnkiMoVkA(IH and Judge Thomas
M. Coolny, it is said, will join Judge
(Jrcshain tin deserting this republican
party Ur: the democratic this election,
.the cnuse-flf the change being tho turlrt
I)IL DonnUVHS. tlui fnnuiiK tlirnnt.
rfsncelnllst, who abandoned his nrnctlco
tnnd devoted his whole time to (Jen.
lUniut fornix months, 'died nt Washing
ioii from tlio same disease as tho ex-
It Isit'eriLirli'd tliul. ltUmiirnlr tvtll tin.
peanin -the lOerman relchstag when it
reassembles, October 113, as n bitter op
ponentof tho jircsunt ministry. A grave
(Jen. .Wi:ai'i:ii llnnlsts that tho stntc
mcuts of tho outrageous treatment re
ceived bylilmitinOcorgla were true.
i ins ..i a pant to government Is nego
tiating u trentj'With Nicaragua.
(IjtKAT llllITAIN .will no lnnircr sus-
italn tlte Kast African comnanv after
throe months. H, iis,probablo Uganda
svlU bo tibandonod.
Hr.rC.tAMlV M. TuOtAtt immiliirv nml
cling governor of Now M,exlco, Is dead.
Ifov. Koukrt J. Lincoln', minister to
Ureal Ilrltain, -will return homo on a
(If.x. Jamka G. PikxI), the people's
party candidate for vice president, who
was billed to speak at Huntington, W.
Vn fulled tt .arrive. Tho people's
parly manager did not kw what had
become of hi in.
MiM.sri'.H Patiuck KoAirkas rotutned
from Chill, bringing money -with whicli
to pay claims of American citizens.
A CAIir.KOBAW has $lecn tvcetveil nt
llf lini'l' i1nWnria..f ,'Ci.'.VA .'ll. .lV..4l,.
ei'; onf tluJj Onlte'llspitnisU'at&r.rjhl
cugo, at La Uuayraf Venezuela, (talng
mat an was quiet there.
Tiik Florida election went in favor of
tho democrats by about 25,000 majority.
i-ooxr r4vaKXV. hatinK.s, formerly.
French ambassador at Home, is dead.
Mo'AvnsJmrn in ISO!).
'CliAin.ift R. MunitAV, of tho Price
Current, was re-elected superintendent
of the chamber pf,comincrce of Cincin
nati. V' '
Scn'Atoii Ilbdhit Q. Mii.i.h has almost
entirely recovered from his recent In
disposition and expects to ilil his Illinois
Tin: Russian Pamir expedition, tinder
the command of 'Col. Yanoff, has re
turned to Ferghana, in Turkestan.
Tin: election for state onicers occurred
In (leorgla on tho fith. The democratic
ticket was elected over tho people's by
about 50,000 majority. A negro named
Morton jvas shot dead near" Augusta for
Interfering with some democratic ne
groes going to tho polls.
At.Fitm) Tk.vxvho.v, tho English poet
laureate, died on tho 0th.
Kitwix llooTii, tho actor, had a seri
ous attack of rertltm 'nt r,tifriwnA,l tj
(JAiiKiKf. DuiniAY, tho French nculp
tor, is dead.
Amiiikw CAitNitnn: has presented the
City of Ayr, Scotland, with n library
CiiKseo won a desperately-fought bat
tle ut Los Tequen, Venezuela. It was
thought tho government was as good as
overthrown In consequence.
I.V the famous Sharon ease tho Cali
fornia supreme court has decided that
tl'o marriage certificate of Sarah Althea
Mill Is n foigcry.
Tin: national council of the Chootaws
lias declared that Jones was' elected
Tin; stralghtout democrats in conven
tion at Topekn, Kan., adopted resolu
tions repudiating fusion.
Dkpoiik tho Young Men's Republican
club of llaltimore, Hon. Albert Orlfilu
recently made n strong address on tho
political situation in tlio south.
Mr Moiii.kv in having trouble from
different sources in carrying out his
new Irish policy.
Yirrr.ttAMR of tho O. A. R. tire still
stranded in Washington,
Guv Hki.jiw waylaid and murdered
his cousins, Ilyron and Ram Clurk,
near Fremont, lu.
Likut. Miklob, an Austriun offlcer,
was tho first to reach tho goal In tho
great German road race. "
Tiik Nixon paper mill at Richmond,
Ind., burned. Tho loss aggregates
Tiik peoplo of Poise City, Idaho, pro
pose to ttso tho boiling water from arte
sian wells for heating tholr homos and
TlIK annual narndn nf Mm TV!..k nt
Pallas wan given ut Kansas City on thu
Mil. PnllllS Athenn beaded tlio twi.ntrr
Coiit'Titoi.t.Kit CAMfnKi.T. notified Gov.
Flower that the stito of Now York was
practically free from dobt TJie obli
gations of tho state now outstanding
aggregate $!f,0,000, while- tho cash bal
unco In the treasury is nearly f,000,000.
All securities will havo matured on
July 1, 160.V
Two men were burned to death by a
lire at Monroe's dry goods jttore, How
It was snowing in eastern cities on
Count STAintKMiiiriio. of Austria, did
tho trip on horseback froui Vienna to
Berlin in tho shortest time.
Tiik steamship Venezuela has brought
tho latest news from tho Venezuelan
revolution. As affairs stand now the
long troublo Is nearlng an end and will
result in tho overthrow of tho govern
ment which lias made such u persistent
THINKS attempted to raid "li store
near Denny, Miss., and three persons
who resisted them were killed.
Amiiikmk C. TiiAVis. a young and rich
man about town at Now York, was ar
rested, charged with bigamy. Iu i,lls
a wife lit western Now York and re
cently married Alderman S.tyles' dough
tcr ut Long Island City.
William Lincoln, a buuk teller, died
at Morrisanla, N. Y., of rabies.
Tin: Chickasaw legislature will prob
ably pass a bill doing away with the
employment of lawyers for Its business
with Washington. The Indiana have
at limes beett severely pinched.
Tine Mafia. Iscliarged with having
hand in the 'recent murder of tin Italian
Chauncky JoiiNflo.V, ti safe, cracker,
reported to havo secured $L,000,00() In
hlj time, is now r. wnndcrlcg vagrant
In New York.
Paintcnoh valued nt SI 10,000 have
been seized ut New York fr the eva
sion of customs duties.
HmvARU I'AiiKKit Dracox srill prose
cute his wife in Franco for adultery.
Railuoads are suing Arkansas for
twenty-six years' back intercut on con
Tiik Union Pacific is vainly endeavor
ing to recover lis Paget sound business
injtn tne isorinern I'nciuc uo.
Tiikiik Is a inorctnent on foot to erect
a monument to Lnfayetto In tho old
graveyard nenr the Birmingham munt-
tng uoiise, wneru tne nero tirew JiIh
sword in the battle of Brandy wine in
FiiRNClt Catholic missionaries at
Uganda. Africa, have sent fresh com
plaints of persecutions.
Two supposed cases of cholera oc
curred at Tonawanda, N. Y.
Tiik inahnrajah of Mysore, India, is
reaily to alter the marriage law so that
children under ten may not bo mated
nnd men over fifty may not marry glrla
Tiik steam barge Nashua has gone
down In Lako Huron with till on Imnnl.
Tiik movement for n nnlltWl union
between the United States nnd Canada
has been indorsed at a meeting held in
Iff n desperate fight with moonshiners
In Lincoln county, Teun., S. I). Mather,
deputy Internal revenue collector, was
shot and Instantly killed und Joe Spur
rier, special deputy collector, and C. S.
Onrwell, general deputy collector, wcro
At a meeting of the Seamen's union
In Chicago It was decided that tho
wages ol all seamen belonging to tho
union should bo Increased to SH. It
was voted to send the Homestead strik
An attempt was ntado to blow up the
non-union Ixwtrdlng house of Mrs. Mar
ron, at Homestcntl. Pa. No ono wus
hurt but tho house was badly1 damaged
nnu ine occupnqts mucli frightened.
Millii: Bitow.v, a llfteen-year-old col
ored girl, was executed at Spartans
burg, S. a, for tho murder of W. C.
Carpenter's Infant at Gaffney City in
June last On the same scalToid a negro
male murderer was hanged at the same
Tin: sixth auditor of the treasury re
ports that during the lust quarter of
the fiscal year ended Juno .10,1802, tho
receipts of tho post olllco department
weru ei7,r0S,002 nnd tho expenditures
At tho recommendation of tho nth
lctlc executive committee of Princeton
tho students voted to abolish tho an
nual cane rush.
A Vknezukla.v war vessel has fired
upon tho private boat of United States
Ciiahlev Mitchell, tho English
pugilist, was found guilty of assault In
u London police court and sentenced to
two months in prison.
Wkllb, Fahoo & Co. telegraphed tho
oulcluls at Coffey vllle, Kan., to tho
effect that us soon as tho Identity of
the dend Daltons was established the
rewards made up jointly by tho South
ern Pacific and the oxnress comnanv.
amounting to f0,000, would bo for
Clkaiiino house returns for tho weok
etnieii UotoDor 7 snowed an average
Increase of fi.S compared with tho cor
responding week of last year. In New
York the decreiiso was 3.2.
Tiik tobacco trust has declured n divi
dend of a percent
J. J. Lusklkv, his wife nnd daughter
wcro burned to death by a fire in their
house near Toledo, Ont.
Rki-oiith from CoiVeyvlllo say that
Emmet Dalton Is better und that active
measures have been set on foot for tho
raising of a relief fund for the fumllles
of the men who were killed.
I.f an explosion In a burning building
at Now Orleans two Hrctnen wet killed.
A small black fly has mado Its up
pcaranec in Oklahoma which is doing
serious Injury to cattle.
Gk.n. Wkavku spoko at Pulaski,
Tenn., despite tho threats of violence
Me entered a iron end denial of the
charges mado of his couduct in tho vi
cinity during tho civil war.
GllOVKIt Cl.KVRI.lwn lina nr.ntrllillti.il
H 0,000 to the democratic uutional com
mittee una several friends have given
Nkah Fort Townsond. off tho coast of i
Washington, a collision occurred be-
tween the Canadian vessel Premier and I
tlio coiner, W illametto, which remitted
In four deaths.
Iff tho case againr.t Chairman Brciden
thai, of tho Kansas people's party,
charged with Illegal banking, Judge
Humphrey has decided that ho did not
violate tho law.
Gkiimama, the lending paper of tho
Gorman Lutherans, hns come out for
tho Wisconsin republican ticket
Eliza Stuikikon, aged 10J, n colored
woman, died recently near Mammoth
tiik striucol tlio miners In tho Boggs
Run mines ut Wheeling, W. Va., which
lasted four months, has ended, the men
returning at the old scale
Tiik contract for the now rcventio
cutter, William Wlndom, has becti
awarded bv Seerelnrv I.Vwtm- in li
Iowa Iron works, of Dubttquo, la., at
meir out oi cvo.ouu. ino new cutter
will be of 400 tous displacement and 170
&.A S.xplqslon in an electrical worfis
ut Berlin wrecked tho buildings, set
flro to tho ruins nnd killed tivn m.m
and fatally Injured others.
'I wo frescoersnt Pittsburgh, Pa., woro
killed recently by a fall of 7'J feet off a
Gov. Jonks talked very plainly to the
Choctaw council about the unpleasant
consequences of further civil strife.
Agent Bennett also offered u word of
Tiik Mexican Southern road is open
'I'm: Winner project to build u road
into northern Arkansas has practically
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.I
Tiik nirrletiltural itnnlomnnt cslrd
ltshment cf George Raymond nt Beat
rice lias failed.
I A Boyii county farmer has advertised
for a good wife and offers 100 acres of
land to clinch the bargain.
Pkiiiiv Puimii, of Dnnbtiry, who was
kicked in thu stomnch by a colt, died
nfter four days of suffering.
FniK at Harrison damaged a number
of business houses to a total amount of
about 1,000. Partially Insured.
It has developed that C. B. Miller,
mayor or south Oinalta, who was re
cently found dead, committed suicide
Tiik beet sugar factory nt Norfolk re
cently turned out 100.000 nonnds of
sugar in five days., Ono day 114 tons of
'beets wcro cut in ten hours.
A .man, supposed to bo named Fox,
deliberately sat down on the track in
fxont of a swit.dt engine at South Omaha
the other day and was killed.
JUmviN C. Lovklano, formerly a resi
dent of Columbus nnd at one tlttto a
member of the stnto legislature, died
recently at Snn Bernardino, Cal.
A itTALLloff valued at 81,500, belong
ing to James McMullen, of Thedford,
caught ono of Its feet over the halter
trap and strained Itself so badly that
It had to be shot
Dale Haiiiiis, residing at Taltnage,
borrowed a pistol of a friend, went to
tne cemetery and shot himself dead.
He was subject to fits of melancholy.
He was only 20 years of nge.
Mits. Jkiiiiy Rookiis died at Beatrice
the other night from too much faith in
Christian science She was balng
treated for congestive chills. She leaves
a husband and eight children.
Joski'u Fahuan, n farmer living
three miles west of Winslde, attempted
suicide the other forenoon by taking
un ounce and a half of laudanum. The
size of thusdose was all that saved him.
He says ho will try again.
Claiia Biiock, from Valparaiso, a stu
dent at the state university will lose tho
sight of one If not bath eyes owing to
tin explosion of chemicals in the labora
tory tho other forenoon. She was hold
ing the test tubd close to her face and
received the full force of the compound
when the explosion occurred.
Mt.ss Saiiaii E. Foan, the teacher of
the school at Brlckton, near Hastings,
chastised a scholar named Poaro "the
other day. The boy went home nnd
told his mother. Mrs. Poore armed
herself with n pitchfork handle natl
going to tho schoolhottse she attacked
the teacher, beating and abusing her In
a frightful milliner. Later she and her
son were arrested and held lu bonds for
Skvehal freight car.i ran off the
track nt Grand Island the other day,
and, while tho railroad employes were
getting them on, a crowd gathered
around. John Itntnel was among tho
onlookers, and when tho engine pulled
tho cars by a long Iron rope the link
slipped, Hew through tho air like a shot
and struck Immel In the cheek, literal
ly tenring It open from the cheek bone
down. He may recover. His home is
Rkckivkii Miller-, of the defunct
Stato Bank of Nebraska at Crete, has I
it ten tits ttrst formal report with tho
clerk of the supreme court, and for tho
first time tho peoplu of tho stato havo
an opportunity to learn tho exact con
dition of the nffairs of that institution.
The report shows tho total assets of the
bank to bo $00,077.41), and tho liabilities
$'.)0,1!M.S7. The cash on hand is $0.-O:i.-.:i0.
Tho bills receivable are classi
fied as follows: Good, 9"0,010.8l; doubt
ful, 91,782.15; bad, $3t, 1411.23.
Tin: district court at Wilbcr was oc
cupied nearly a week with damage
suits against saloonkeepers. Jennie
Spenco got a verdict of $100 against tho
bondsmen of T. II. Kelley, of Friend,
for selling liquor to her husband.
Cltlvla Plucknctt got a verdict of ?J,500
against William Tippy, of I)j Witt, in
whose saloon her husband was killed,
and f 2.S00 against Georgo W. Schramm,
another saloonkeeper of that town.
Jane Wright, wife of Charllo Wright,
got a verdict of $200 against George
Grant and William Tippy, of De Witt.
In response to and inquiry as to tha
probable acreage and yield of wheat in
Nebraska this year. Commissioner
Andres, of tho bureau of industrial
statistics, mado tho following reply:
"Tho acreage of wheat In 1801 was 0:10,
807, the yield 18,018,000. based upon tho
report of the United States agricultural
department. Tho ncreago of wheat in
18UJ is 1,220,005 and the crop will prob
ably reach SO per cent of last year's.
The estimated Increase in acreage in
180!! will Iks 8 pir cent, based upon re
ports received up to date It is certain
ly too early in tho season to give any
Tiik county scat war In Hitchcock
county ended very suddenly. Adj -Gen.
Vlfqualn, in rcsponso to a tele
gram received by him at Exeter, in two
hours' time had four companies of mili
tia ready to move and trains steamed
up to carry them to the seat of war.
Ho then boarded thu flyer, and arriving
ut Culbcrtson ut 2 o'clock In thu morn
ing went directly to Sheriff Donnls'
house, routed him out of bed nnd to
gether they went to thu courthouse,
whore but six men were on guard. Tho
general informed the officer that ho
must exhaust all his resources before
the power of the statu could be called,
which It was plain ho had not done, nud
ordered him to go forthwith toTronton,
return with tho stolon records and stop
fooling, all of which was obuyod with
alacrity. Shortly after daylight a wag
on loud of records wu9 returned and the
war was over.
Gov. Bov.n has addressed a communi
cation to the chairman oi the board
of public lands nnd buildings, in
which he urges tho board to give n
thorough Investigation to the charges
of corruption in the lusano asylum
tnanugement Tho govorncr. calls at
tention to tho pttblio charges und as
bcrts that, facts have comu to his knowl
edge which make the lnvest'gation im
perative. liKvr.HAL farnicra In tho riclnlty ol
Belleville conceived (ho idea of securing
ftbottt il.OOO acres of Jaud by ditching
and changing the eoursoof tho Missouri
river, but an injunction uut a stop to
their real estate bcherie.
Commoncomont of tho Now York
SERVICES IX THE CHURCHES.
Tlio llnllim Colony lluvii it Concert Vlntt-
liilC the CnlnmtiiH Nlitliin-C'ltlzciii
Nr.w Yoitit, Oct
10. Special services
of tho churches ves-
were held in most
choirs In some of
diuretics were as
sisted by orchestras
. '""siliii in un in lu
ll mes were given.
,,i The intlults and ul-
tars were adorned
with Hewers. All
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of tho discourses
were prepared with
tion for the children
so that the vounir-
est attendant could
appreciate the Im
portance of the scr-
Last evening the Italian colony, un
der the allspices of tho minister, Baron
Fnvo, begun its Columbian celebration
nt the Lenox lyceum with n concert
and a discourse by Dr. Lugl Kcversl on
In tho afternoon many people visited
ttujjltulinn transport, Garlgllano, which
brought over the Columbus monument.
All day long there was a dense crowd
on Fifth avenue, Broadway und other
Important strcers, viewing" tho decora
tions. For the Hrt time in some weeks tho
sounds of the hammer und saw were
not heard. The decorations of tho public
and private buildings tiro till completed.
Flags nnd b tuners are streaming from
every polo along thu line of march of
the four bit? processions. A verv non-
uhir feature of the celebration Is to
go to the top of some high building and
enjoy u bird's eye view, which shows a
long line of colors stretching front tho
Battery to Central Park, and from river
to river, with Hags waving from tho
housetops on till sides. The trellis
arches at Twenty-second street, tho
Manhattan Club building and the resl-
deuce of ex-Secretary Whitney were
visited by thousands.
Along Fifth avunuo from Madison
square to Thirty-fourth street there tiro
a series of standards, 100 in number,
from which depend pointed gonfallons
and flags bearing the arms of Ferdi
nand, Istiltellii, Columbus nnd others.
The standards are surmounted by gilt
eagles and decorated at their bases
with civic shields. Broadway is
now a kaleidoscope of changing
colors. All the large whole
sale houses In the dry goods dis
trict arc artistically draped with gay
bunting. The center piece in most
cases is a painting of Columbus on one
side and of Washington on tho other.
The draping on most of the hotels Is
now completed. From the Morton
house to thu Plaza decoration Is gen
eral. The city hall Is probably thu
most profusely und artistically draped
edifice In the city. j
The New York Life Insurance Co. Is
striving for tho first priza offered for
thu best decorated building. Between
HOO and 1,000 Incandescent electric
lights will cover the front of the build
ing in globes of red, 'white und blue
An electric star ten feet high will sur
mount these decorations and beneath
it "1402-15)02" will appear in electrio
light number. Resides tho illumina
tions, tho front und sides of the build
ing will b'ejeovercd with 500 American
Hugs of various sI.js and a big portrait
of Columbus, framed In the national
colors and surmounted by tho Ameri
can eagle, will bang on the front door.
In addition to tho bigs lands nt the
city hull and In Unlou square, Madison
square and Washington park, many
smaller ones have been put up. Seats
on nil the stands will bo free for tho
school and collego parade to-day,
with the exception of a few hundred
scats already sold. Nothing else will
bo reserved, q'he stands in Madison
squitr, City Hall park, and Union square
are free only to women and ehlldreu,
and the first who come will bo the flr.it
There will bo an awful rush for these
scats, but superintendent Byrnes has
arranged excellent police protection.
All along tho lino and near all thu big
stands temporary wooden patrol boxes
have been placed. As the celebration
draws near thieves, pickpockets and
crooks of every description are begin
ning to come ont from tholr hiding
pluces. They are waiting for the big
crowds next week.
Superintendent Byrnes will do as he
did during the Washington celebration,
when his drag net pulled In a big load
of professional thieves. Orders wero
issued to arrest ull suspicious charac
ters and lock thein up until tho celebra
tion is over. The superintendent has
instructed Inspector McLaughlin to
make the raid.
To-tlny the secular part of tho cele
bration will lie opened with n school
and college parade, with over 20,000 in
Hue. The parade has occupied thu at
tention of its promoters for weeks.
Yon might have known it early in the
day. You certainly had no doubt of It
If you mingled in the surging currents
which ran all day nnd far Into the
night butween tho banks of red, white
and blue, with hero and there a streak
of Spanish yellow, whloh marked out
tho line of coining parades.
Corner hlouo l.tilil.
Atchison, Kan., Oct 10. Tho corner
stone of the Church of tho Sacred Heart
in West Atchison was laid yesterday
with Impressive ceremonies. Tho scr
mon was preached by Rev. Father LR
Us, of St 1'iitrlek's cathedral, Kansas
City, Mo., and music was furnished by
St. Benedict's band, of this city. Father
Matthew in the pastor of tho newchurch.
A schooner struck the reef ut Racine,
vi b &&. v
h'aI Sk' .
i 6T m
A tihed nuifUvy.
just its much os a
sick and ailing one,,
noods Dr. l'lcrce'
tion. That builds up,
rtrcngthens. and in
vigorates tho entire
female system, it
regulates and pro
motes all tho proper
functions of woman-
IhvmI. Irnnnvr-i illrrna-
tlon, enriches tho blood, dlsjieM tiches and
palna, melancholy and nervousness, brings
refreshing sleep, and restores health nnd
It's a ixiwcrful rcstoratlvo tonic and sooth
ing nervine, mado siccinlly for woman's
needs, and tho only mtui-anmf remedy for
woman's weaknesses nnd aliments. In oil
"female- complalcts "nnd lrrcgulnrltloa, if it.
over fal to benefit or cure, you liavo your
A great mnny medicines "rcllovo" Ca
tarrh in tho Held. That moons that it's,
driven from tho bead into tho throat nnd
lunas. Rut, by Its mlU, soothing, cleansing
and healing properties, Dr. Sngu's Catarrh.
Remedy perfectly and permanently cures.
HI 'J lie JSMitOuugliHrnip.l
QTajitM Uuod. UMlnWal
years ngo I had Bronchitis,
which iinally drifted into
Consumption, so the doc
tors said, and they had
about given mo up. I was.
confined to my bed. Ono
day my husband went for
tlio doctor, but lie was not
in his oilicc. Tlio druggist,
sent mo a bottle of Piso's
Curo for Consumption. I
took two doses of it, and
was sreatly relieved be-
I fore tho doctor came. He
told me to continue its use
as long as it helped me. I
did so, and the result is, I
am now sound and well
entirely cured of Con
sumption. Mrs. P. E.
BAKER, Harrisburg, Illi
nois, February 20, 1891.
I must say n word as to the ef
ficacy; of German Syrup. I have
used it in my family for Bronchitis,
the result of Colds, with most ex
cellent success. I have taken it my
self for Throat Troubles, and have
derived good results therefrom. I
therefore recommend it to my neigh
bors as an excellent remedy in such
cases. James T. Durette, Earlys
vtlle, Va. Beware of dealers who
offer you "something just as good."
Always insist on having Boschec's
Thli TnA Mark li en (he but
In the World I
A. J. TOWER, BOSTON, MASS.
Guaranteed to cure Pllloiis Attacks. Blct.
Heaclaclio and Coiihllpallon. 40 in each
bottle, l'rloo 83c. For bjIo by druggists
I'lcturo "7, 17. 70"
l. f. SMITH A CO.,
ami am,to iloso froo.
Prtptliton, NEW YORK.
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ing. It l (he lest lor cltnnslnar
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