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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1894)
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MILITIA FIRE OH A MOB.
An Attempt to Lynch a Negro
Results In Bloodshed.
KIEL THREE PERSONS OUTRIGHT.
A !J(icn ,Mitn With lltJtireiV Wil'lilliRtmi
('iiiirtltint.i, the seen" nf lint (.'iinlllet,
t'rlniiiier I'leiiilcit Onllly In Older (. II"
Kent to tin- I'piilti'litlnty J'nr t'roli'i'tlriii,
Ilflnfuri eniciit .rrle.
WAmi.v(rv tv niTimrw:, ()., Oct.
18. Although .tamper Dolby, colored,
plciilcil Kuilly Wri'm-mliiy to inilniiii?
Mix. Mury ( . Uoyl in outer tolo iiisIipiI
oil to Iho imiti'iitiary fur protection, ho
(In! in.t Kt utiirtoil in advance of tho in
illsiiniit ihhIm. People woro iiwarmliiK
into lown all ilny.
'I liv) kIhtiII could not ct from tlio jail
to the .I'ptt after tho prisoner had Icon
t jiitfiici'l. A llttlo after 0 o'clock tho
Hrst lii-dt was nindo on tlio eonttliuttti.
A crowd of determined men attempted
to break in the Bonth door while another
party chained on tho militia at thu north
door. Homo ono throw a Btono at Colonel
Coil and Id cilcd that at tho next Htonu
thrown lio would order tlio men to lire.
Tho crowd at tho other door wero tumble
to elicel an entrance. Tho courtyard by
thiH time was tilled with pcoplo and
cries of "Uivo ns tho iiluer,'' hihI cntWH
uijainst tho militia filled tho air. The
crowd tfriiw Ju Hizo every minute.
Colonel Coit made a Hpeccli asking tho
cmwd to di8;"rse, luit it was received
with je ts. The prisoner wan prostrated
frcm fear and lay crying and manning.
Up to this time Dolby and his mrards had
been kept pr'wmors in tho courthouse by
tho mob and then they made an attack.
The militia ievllcl them without tiring
at tlrnt, lint another onslaught was mado
and the fumtli door was forced open.
Tliis do.ir opens upon thn Htreet wlilch
was lilled with men. women and chil
dren. Tho detachment of tho" guard
Anally llred on the attacking party.
None of the latter wero hurt, but a dozen
or more p-'is.ms in tho Htro.it wero
Htruek. Two were killed outright and
four inoii) were fatally wounded, ono
having since died.
fMiTil Which. imd is. hum or n promi
nent KriM-iT, Mint tlirmii;h the bend.
.Ikm:Juiiy, iwed mei-hnnle, Miot
thrniiuh the lieiirt.
C. AV. .Ioiismiv of Kyle's Station, Hut
ler comity, shot through the stomneh.
William S.v.ut, aged 111, mechanic, in
Tliisidora Atmnen, SJ, artisan, right
Dan Part ntt, ft), farmer, cmiMn of thu
oiitrnut'd woman, Mint in the rturltt foot.
Prank HletlurhmiHO, fi shot in left lex.
John Horn, badly Mint In foot.
K.irncHt Kill-, thumb shut 1 1 IT.
1 Frank .Smith, Injuries tinknuu n.
.fnlui .Mellngh, boy, shut In footnnd
wIM likely die.
It Is Mlovcd mnny others mo wonnded
and a diligent Bearch in in nrouress to
' Upon tho firing, tho mob diKpersrd in
nil directions, but soon gathered again.
Immediately all places of business in the
city wero Mint up. Mayor Crrmaer per
emptorily closol all places where Uipiora
were cloned. Every street was tilled
with people. No time was lost m carry
ing away the ilend and wounded. Btwi.
new lioupes and the engino honvs wore
converted into hospitals. All the sur
geons in tlio city wero culled Into service.
reeling Agnlmt the .Militia llltlrr.
Mother, sisters, wives and sweet hearta
crowded around tho do.ul and wounded
anil aided tire to tho rage of the mob by
their lamentations. Feeling against the
militia was bitter, vicious and vehe
ment. It prevailed all chibses. As tiiuo
passed tho mob grew in size and fury.
All over tho country by telephone,
courier and electric wires tin nows had
sped. All the roads loading to tho city
wero filled with men on horseback, in
wagons and on foot, hurrying with nil
possible Hiweil to tho sceuo of bloodshed.
Meanwhile in Washington Courthouse
a search was going on tor anus, ammu
nition and dynamite, hliouts wero heard
"Down with tlio militia;" 'Illow up the
dogs" and "Along with the black fiond."
Tlieso shouts but feebly expressed the
pent up passion of everybo ly, for every
body was in tho street and all were
Members of tho mob as far as persona
feeling was concerned,
, Vleail Utility niul Sentenced,
Dolby's crime was committed ono
(Week ago at Parrott's Station. Mrs.
Mary O. Boyd, aged M, was his victim.
He was brought into coiut at 4 o'clock
"Wednesday afternoon. Ho plead guilty
and was sentenced to 'JO years in tin pen
itentiary. An angry mob gathered
about tho jail Tuesday afternoon alter
Dolby bad been Identified by his victim
utiil Sheriff Cook called to his assistance
tlio local militia company. This action
increased tlio fury against Dolby and
Governor McKinley was appealed to tor
additional assistance and troops from
Columbus was sent hero Wednesday
morning, Colonel Coit in command.
Tho mob surrounded the tail and court.
house, attoinping to take Dolby lrom tho
officers when he was removed from the
yjail to tho courthouse for trial, but they
we i. Ki-pi in nay by the use of bayonotu
wi imniiMii gnus. Henry Kirk, brother-
j m me ussauiieii woman, was then
mwn down tho bteps ot tho courthouse
brt;.'idiy bruised. AnothT mm was
o 1 t!irou,-h th.. tl !..-. while a
anoVli,1" tllut l-oug!i tli .clothes of
gnaido." 'I'ini,s w" iwolwis, drawn
Dolby t',r l,ris" '' i tip courtroom.
uround IV1 :u " dV .I'M k pt looking
in to keep'1!'' Soldier w.-tv m irchod
Bontoneo tlu C1(,w'd 'jiii. t. Alter tho
grand jury''"'"9'' w i-. t iken to th
liout the c ill'"- A Ulli gu-lieiod
bio to get V. V' and it ffai impovsl
lilm to th' ti"" thiMii'ii to t.ikj
iiowurkH) t g t Tli u n rt Wt,ru
iouso to tli iiiil v n i Pi- cj.ut.
thoriif Cwl. A-.vl t train aad
xuoro troo: - A' r to s id
Tho tova u jiuet iu
r.io no ii-
THE RED CLOUD CII1IW, RED CLOUD,
r.lcation of fm thur trouble. Additional
IronjH hnvo nrrived fioni Clnchinnti and
('oliimbus. Dolby is still nt tho court
house nttongly guarded.
Ih'CKnl III" Crmnl lo Iilmn.
ClXfi.v.VATl, ct. 18. A sHclal to Tho
Commercial (la.elto fnmi Washington
Coiirthouso nays that after tho negro
Dolby ircolveil his fimteneo Elitmr Doyd,
n son of tho outraged woman, .vld resist
the crowd from tho (-utirthnuso Htop4,
begging it lodlsperse, "bjcaiise," ho said.
' I do not want any valuable llvcw sacri
ficed in an attempt to destroy n worth
b's life." Tho mob hooted him and ho
went away. The Kiioclal says Colonel
Coit, the military commander, win netl
tlm mob if it broko in tho doors of tho
jail tho soldiers would llro. When tho
door waH btoken and thu soldlere fired,
komo ono sli.iuted, "They uro firing blank
caitiidges." It was some tiino boforo
the mob reali.ed that deadly bullets wero
coming nt them and when they did they
lied in all directions. The Commercial
Uazctte Hiyj "!l persons wero hit.
i:rrlti'n Mr Kin I )' Attention.
Cincinnati, Uct. .--Governor Mc
Iviuley arrived at midnttht Wednesday
fiom his meeting at Hamilton. Ho had
been directing Adjutant Oenetnl Howo
legardlng tho Washington Courthouse
forces from dilTeront points along hk
ttiji during tho day. Adjutant General .
Hichards and a largo delegation met tlio
governor heie and went on to Columbus, j
SYSTEMATICALLYPEnSECUTED HIM. '
Tlint'it Wlmt n (.'iitluillc C'ImIiiid ConrcmliiB
llin I'rlost of IIU 'Sown
Sior.v CITY, In., Oct. 18. Patrick'
h'ciinlon of Danbnry has snul Ilcv. Tlm
othy 11. E Agncr, jwistor of the Catholic
church thorn, for $15,000 for slander.
Scanlon was a banker there mid claims
that because ho wonlil not submit to the
priest dictating to him in bis domestic
and business alfalrs the latter legan a
systematic course of persecution of him.
Fcnnlon is a Catholic, but says the
priest circulated stories that ho was an
A. P. A.; also that ho accuses Scanlon of
cruelty to his family and of forgery.
and the result
was that Scanlon
Ak Slurry of thn Court,
NnWAitK, N. J., Oct. 18 Charles
Cro-sley, tho manufacturer of this citv,
who is licensed of stealing $11,01)0 from
Wilson & Co. of New York, was nr-
raigned and pleaded guilty. Ho threw ,
himself on tho mercy of the court. Son-
tenco will bo pronounced on Monday,
Crossley, who is 74 years old, nianii-
fnctured hats for Wilson & Co. and
would usually send them forged receipts, '
stating ho had sent goods out of town on ,
Nchoonor Wvntpurt Wrecked.
WnsTiuur, Cal., Oct. 18. Tho
schooner Westport, owned by the Q. W.
Hume Canning company of San Fran
cisco, was Wown upon the rocks and
wreekfsl nt Nwillo Nock. The schooner
was lying In open roads loading bark.
The sea became ro heavy that all her
lines patted and sho was driven ashore,
where sho is going to pieces. Tho crew
Hon ShnoU Illi Father.
Dai.timork, Oct. 18. William A.
Herrllch and his son Robert, who aro
jointly interested in tho coal business,
liaa an altercation about the division of
the profit). Tlio son shot his
four times. The wounded man
espected to live. Ho is 55 years old.
Hiiyer For Columbia llulf Dollar.
Boston, Oct. 18. Tho $10,000 worth
coWcS: ; i ",l Z V i .Waa rL"
5 tZ T81
-.i I.I.. i...ii i ii
-- "-v "".-- uAimmiuii, mi
having been sold in limited amounts to
III Nek Wan llroknu.
BwAnt), la., Oct. 18. John Russell,
the 18-year-old son of George P. Russell,
residing near here, had his neck broken
in a runaway. Ho lived 'ii hours and
was conscious to tho bust.
irrigation iionds Vot.ii. I
BCUWEIJ,, Neb., Oct. 18. Tho irrlcr.1.
tion bonds enrned here. There wero
only seven opposing votes. The ditch is
a certainty. Twenty thousand acres will
fuitiiiK nrxm city Kipensrs.
Siot'i CltY, Oct. 18. Tho city council
has adopted a resolution that will ro-
duco by about t!5 jier cent tlio current
expenses oi mo city and bring them
witmn tne revenue.
THE MARKET REPORTS QY WIRE.
Chlrngn Oriiln and Provisions,
Ciiicaoo, (Jit. 17. Tlio murki'ts oro nil
veru dull for un hour todny. After that tin ro
uiiHii fulr uinoiint of Imslncis nt Irrt-Kulur
prices. Wlirnt, corn anil outs Ihtiiiiio e ik,
lmt uokoupnnd closeil qultu llrm; uhriit mid
corn at iirnetluilly iiiu'IuuikimI prices nsconi
imnil with )vMirilAy'H cloilnif rates and o.iim
lie liluUcr. l'rnvlsiniis are inndernti-ly steady.
WIIKAT-October. 51io December, .1,'';
COUN-llctolier. M&3 bid: November, UH.c;
lKv.Mut.er. I74'c; May, MiQWiP.
O.VI'b-Ociobvr, "IKsj: NiiMMiiber, :)&'; Do
eemb.T. issijci May. .'UMohtd.
1'Olllv iictolit-r, liaiV); JuDiiary, JlS.a;
l.AHD-l), tober. S7.4TX; January, S7.W.
Hllls-Oi tober, S9 a); January, rti'7i.j.
Clilciiu'o Lire Stock.
Cuicaoo, On ir.-i'ATTI.K-Tlioso tli.it
were not Kond eii..ii,-h to soil for J1.WI or bell, r
werehmer lo t1(. ,.x,et of .To to UV and
iin.irii Momy ai me ilecllne. alcs were
principally ut JIT', t' fin for lows and ImlN.
nnd at $1 iyW
- 'Z iTuiii "TrW Vn,.lilu
...iiKt.1 uii, with fl.HIAI.iUtliu
mill largely at $
ll(l(ls-llietoiof tlm iimrket was J.I 2 for
nslimlelot. Iliiiurralvrparl founil liuirsiit
Si IMj'.'i 11. Ihoiik'li tliere were many imIvmii
SI 7,'mcI n ami not a te at Jl vajl ia.
i S'L!.:i;I'Tr-K',.".f.rl"'" ",r" generally be
low iSty 1 . ntS..iil belim pnpiilur prices. The
bulk of Hie luniln went U'lun (, ;j
Itticipls untie, llt.UW, miles, iXV: In,,,.
i'j.tWl; bJieep. 'S,.m). '
iMilith Onn.lm Idle Mod;,
t-tll'TH I l llll. Oct. I'-CATTI.K-llo.
ii'lpi,-ll 7' hi I; ctuio jvi ii,,., .'i ,,,,,, ....
liooto j.iui ,, , jjii.hji'iij mi n, Um '
r!l ,K II . i i....-ocns, $!i, l ill; o.oiui.ii
. 51 i'.-c.Ti; i;ool fojl.n. S.'H.U'.
i miiiiii.il feeder.. $1 Txlii lo ,Mari' Inmr
IKItl-s-lieci'iiUs, il.iin he.ifli H,;nt fl t. .
.7,5. in.xeil. 3llii,l 7); 'tii'.liy i;s,.io
,t i ii" vVi ii, ioi inner
-HKlT It 1,,1-v I.) heel uiiulii:i- 5
. - J, lnmi, jr ,i M. m nki-t s c.ul).
TtfEXEWS OF KANSAS
CRIMES, CASUALTIES A'-ID OVHEn
rirlrf Metitlnn nf M.ittrr WI1M1 i:rrv
Imily Sluinlll Kiuitir .Mimil f;riil or tin.
Veik In .Veitrlir Sct tlmi AlcumIi-I)' aul
Cotii'liif'ty Clirimli li'il.
I'rmiilitrnt nnn.i .Mmnti Ocnil,
LnWKNWOIlTII, O.'l. 12. - Dwlylit
Uyliigton. grand m-cretary of the Maoni.
Rrand council of this state ami grand
recorder of tho grind command rv. died
nt his home h'r this morning aftar a
long IIIn'.'.M. lb was (I'l vears old.
UcncMini-c ii (llll to Htnp Cinitniitliin
Wii'inr. Kan.. (Jet. 1. Kimias
O Id Pcllows has iviiiuiii-od tlm title in
tlm I) jiotsslero Orphans' home nt Otta
wa, K-iij. A wealthy rr-ii' ifhinn. De-lol-siere,
gave an estate valued at many
thousands to the Odd Follows for n home
for orphan children of members. In or
der to cnio for tho property it was neces
sary to levy a pyr capita tn'c of .$!,:M on
-M.Udtl Odd Fellows In Kansas. This
tax became a Ikiuo of contention and Is
resjionsiblo for the action.
Yeiing SViiiii; Srnlei I'riiti-rt Imi.
Kansas City, Oct. )!. Yeumr Seung.
the Chine) interpreter, has appealed to
tho police for protection against tho
wrath of his countrymen. Ho was tho
informant against in Chinamen who
were recently lined ?.'."j each for playing
fnn tan. Ho claims Chin Pon. n slaver
,or lll 'Ugnnmilors, lias been imported
hero lrom Philadelphia to do away with
him. Tho frightened Chinaman says ho
will bo inveigled into a fight and either
strangled with a sill: cord or stabbed to
REVENUES FALLING OFF.
Kuium City, Knn., Council Cum-
i Kansas City, Oct. PJ. Aspeclal com-
mittco of tho Kansas City, Kan., council,
which has been investigating tho canso
aF tin fittlttw rttT .r i.a Hni... .....
rm lint nn rtf tlwi t.Tu nnnn.n r....l !..
Its report submitted Wednesday night
makes startling disclosures. It was
shown that while $,fti(i was monthly
leceived from the different "joints" but
U,V!uU of tho amount wns turned into tho
.....v...i.. yji ..u ,,j a K-ilviill iltlltl, III
cuy treasury, ino coinmitteo recom
mended the nliolitinn of tho niotropolitan
police law, tindor which tlio steals wero
made, as being totally inadequate. Tho
Jaw was innugunjted by tho present
Kansas state government and was much
commented iqion when first put into
force. Under it, it is claimed, nono of
the present offenders can bo reached by
BIG TREE PREDICTS TROUBLE.
Ureal Apache Chief Denounces tho Colon
ization of Guronlmo'n Ilanil.
Wichita. Oct. 10. BigTree, principal
chief of tho Apacho Indians in tho In
dian Territory, was hero enronto to tho
Baptist convention at Winliold. Ho
talked freely throngh his interpreter con
cerning tho matters of his tribe. Ha de
nounced the colonization
ndbisl!;,n,nn ,,M,Sn h' (ioron!r,01
and his band in tho Apacho reservation
its an outrngo and said it would cause
trouble. He said that as tho lauds of
tho Apaches will be divided in two years
henco the colonization of Geroniino's
trilu wi" 'terially lessen tho pro rata ,
l)0rrio f t'10 soil which belongs to his I
tribe and with whom Geroniino's peonlo !
havo had no relation since 1848. Big
Tree nlso claims tho rocent treaty of tho
government with tho Apaches was ob
t,,1"L,,1 thronh frnHl1 Intrntc,l by tho
ntnrtr who gave' the Indiaas the
wiong paper to
ong paper to sign. Big Tree is tho
warrior who caused so much trouble in
I Kansas and Toxas 20 years ago when tho
Indians weio engaged in a conspiracy to
1 massacre General Sherman. Ho pre-
uiei serious irounie over Geronlmo.
ChiirKi'S Aualnst Airs. Lease.
Toitka, Oct. HI. In June, I8:i, T.
L. Dixon and his wilo. A. A. nimn
wero appointed superintendent and ma-
tlOIl of tlm stntn ilnnr nml .1m,,1. ln,Ht...
tion at Olathe. Dixon resided at Wichita
Ho hns mmln nfli.invif ,a,,.r..i,. m '
Mary E, Lease with advising him ns' su-
peiinieiuient ot tho institution to plunder I
tn" s,a,,, to tho w"t of f.'O.OOO. This
n,",mvit was handed over to tho Repub-
llcim Bt"' (,,'llt''',l coinmitteo.
lr H,utl's tlmt -Iw- Lease approached
"""' """ '"lunm-ii mm 10 iiiko ciiargo
OI tlio institution. liroilllnillL' lilm tlin
place and also agieeing to mako his wifo
illation. Ono month later she informed
-ir. nmi .Mrs. uison that sho had secured
tno portions nnd advised them to sell
their household goods and lw ready to go
to Olathe at once. Tho affidavit says:
"Tho first tuno Mrs. Lease mot with
tho kmnl after wo had taken our situa
tions, she came into the Matron's room
and said: "Now, Judge, you havo got
n chance to make money. " Pay yourself
from tho income of tho institution nnd
charge it to the Maintenance ami re
pairs ot tlio institution. All you will
have to do will bo to mako your books
agieo with tho amount you take."
".My niihwcr was: I can't do that,' I
never had that kind of a reeoul."
""She au'il.n li'innrkiHl! 'Vim Inf ,.lr.,t
f.'0 ,000 go bv von when you wero nolieo
.,.-,' l U',,.!, , v " V ' . . '
, K ,V1,mtn,i N,nvy" tako enro
... .....o. ... .-un i uu luoiiiiii, iney aro
all lloillt; il. fiom the lrnvernro- iln-,i
No w,r,L' for """ ,h'" ol'r.."
..Tl... ...!,,.... i , ,
iiw 'Ai time sho approached me
aiiout taking money belonging to tho
Mute, riio t.top ml over by hersult, got off
tno ti.im in the evening, After supper
flic came into our loom. After talking
a thou tiii.o llu imuui ciimo to the
inouej ipitiiu, ot what iscalled 'knock
lug rtow ii' iiion-y that is not you own.
'Shi- hoked at mo vety earnestly, tell
ing me hi t iki'mnngh money to buy a
i.iiiu; but not uinit enough t buy her a
larni. 1 ii- i top uted my furmernnswer
tlist I (Muni ii ,' iln that. She thru ithul
a p.uh 1 1 in , I ni-r statoiuent that they
Weill all ). iUuj;.
S.iviru in i lb. uni'u Dixon and wife
WiTi .1. (lnil fiom tho institirtion
iipmi th r,- , itM mdationof Mw, Lms
NEWS OF NEBRASKA,
BRIEF OUT PITHY MENTION Op THE
HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK.
KmrsWIilcli Tell tlie Stiry f tlm SI iny
Orliiirs tml (,'iit ilt lc mill Other Iiiiinr
tnnt 1 titers trruiiji'il Attractively un;l
Given In .i I',i7 Wonli,
Krvrrnly 1 1'Jilrpd.
Ni:w.5Tr.r, Neb., (Hi. 17. .Tnmfis
Wat rick, while under th inllufiu-o of
H'lMor, fell from a hog wu,'on and r
celved seven' injuries.
lliMth nt .Ji-ii ilniiirV I'nrli-.
UllYMll.lit, Neb., Oct. 17. Ii -V. .1. D.
.Tames, aged nt years, an u . of tho
late .Ieso .lames, died at th r sidoneeof
i llls 'laughter, Mr
Naylor, in this place.
Irrigation ItotiiL Pi'Mitm!,
Om, Neb., Oct. 17.-The irrigation
lxmd propositions failed at th election
in Ord, Kptingdalo and Elyn townships.
This settles the ditch question here for
this year. ,
North I'liittn .l.ill llrrntiur.
Noktii Pi.atti:, Nob.. Oct. 10. Tho
three men who looted a storo nt IJtndy
Maud three weeks nt;o btok jail hero
anil aro now at largo. A reward is of
fered for their capture
Nrhrnilin IKptl.t Convention.
Nouroi.rc, Oct. 17. Tho :27th annual
Baptist state convention will be held In
this city from Oct. 5!0 to Nov. 1. Prep
arations aro being tnado to entertain be
tween 200 and .'100 delegates.
Krnl nt Niibrmldi City.
Kkiuusk.v City, Neb., Oct. 17. Sid
ney J. Kent, tho candidate, for commis
sioner of public lands nnil buildings on
uiu i-upniisi ncKet, nuuressiM a largo
audience at tho Standard theater.
Arrhlontnl Killing fit Anihcr.t.
KiiAnsnv, Oct. 17. Henry Haaso of
Amherst nccidentnily shot and instantly
killed himself with a shotgun, which ho
had just bought. Tho deceased was u
son of Edwnrd Hmiso of this city.
Thleven nt Momo llliiff.
Mouse Br.urr, Nob., Oct. 17. Thieves
broke into the general merchandise storo
of Datel & Prat and tho postofllcc.
About f'00 or $1.00 worth of goods wero
stolen, including $70 worth of stamps.
Wrdcleil nt Syrnrno.
Sykactsk, Neb., Oct. !. Kdwnrd
Wright of Dunlap, la., and Mi.-s Clara
P. Smith of this place wero married
here. The happy couplo left on tho
morning tram for Dunlap, Uieir future
Fremont Mnn Injiircil In it Fire.
Fhkmont, Neb., Oct. 18. Firo in tho
bakery and confectionery establishment
of George F. Wolz caused a loss of
$1,500, and Mr. Wolz, a prominent busi
ness man and citizen, received sovore
Nebraska Odd Follow.
Lincoln, Oct. 18. The Nebraska
grnnd lodge of Odd Fellows mot nt Rep
resentative hall with a largo attendance
of delegates fTom all parts of the state.
The grand loilgo of tho ltoboknh degreo
.f i ti. ..,. i ,.
Ministers Meet at Neligh.
Nemoii, Neb., Oct. 18. 'llio 38th an
nual session of the association of tho
Congregational churches of Nebraska
"Pt'iml by n song sorvico conductod by
Professor E. B. Geer. This was fol-
lowed by the annual address of Rev.
Myers Not nn Kmliercler.
Beathick, Nob., Oct. 10. In tho caso
of tho state against James Myers, charged
with embezzlement iu tho Odell bank
matter, Judge Babcock stated that thoro
was not sufficient evidence to convict
nnd directed tho jury to bring in a ver
dict of acquittal.
Emcso.v, Nob., Oct. )H. Tho Nebras
ka Irrigation and Power company com
menced work on a ditch extending from
one-hnlf mile west of tho town of Eric
son to tho month of Clear creek, eiuht
Inlle8 down th" Cel1"' vallo''
will water JI.OOO acres of the
ley lnml in w"l(lL'r '""' Oreeloy counties.
orBanUeii For Hiiiu-r.
O'Nnit.i., Neb., Oct. t7. A mass mcet-
lug of tho citizens of Holt county was
held for tho purpose of devising ways
and means to assist those who may need
niu unring tno coming winter. A per
tnnnent orinnlziitinn wnt ntTontn1 liv flm
election of a relief commission with Rev.
N. S. Lowrio as president.
J ii (life Charged With Ilrlbery.
Br.AViut City, Nob., Oct. 17. Hon.
David Welty, judge of tho Fourteenth
judicial district was arrested on the
chnrgo of receiving bribos. Tho com
plaint wns sworn out by tho judgo's dis
charged stenographer who swears that
tho Burlington railroad paid tho judge
f'JSO to apjioint him stenographer.
Did Hie htenllm; Himself.
ljakota . itv, xnoo., uct. in a war-
rant has been issued for Herman Frecso,
ox-cashier of tho Homer Ktnto bank.
Some months ago ho claimed bandits
overpowered hi in at his homo, took him
to tho bank nnd compelled him to open
the vault and givo them several thousand
dollars. Ho was discharged and Tues
day tho money was found in a well on
his place by accident.
ROSEWATER LIBEL CASE.
Dismissed by .Jo due Scott to I'ruient
llelng rimed on Anotliur Horliet.
Ommi.v, Oct. ia. A thousand peoplo
crowded tho criminal branch of tho dis
trict court this morning to witnes tho
eecond chapter iu tlio contlict of author
ity of Judge Scott of that department
and tho other five judges of the district
n-lntivo to transferring the libel c.iso
against Editor Rosowater of Tlio Boo to
Mimu other judge, owing to thu nlUga
tion of prejudice inado against Scott.
After criticinig the other judges for in
twrlering in tlio affair, Judgo Hcott, on
motion of tho county attorney, dismissed
the niNe, declaring that If ho could net
try tho cno it tihonl 1 not !'. tried
OCT. 1 !. 1S!M.
1' is i,evr-r the part id' ui'il
luti elu'uii j.'we'r orMlverwiiv.
Hi.' I lw 1 ct nliMiyi innjiiis einoni,
Mini "econniny iisell is l,irj.v ineonie "
In no other lnaneli ol limle, tieth.iiH.
ate ther- o many dunces lor decep
tion. The drill til Inner !' j iv ltv
never takes chances but tr.ids with a
luni who'o leptitniioii is high. 'J'hutl
is .vhi lirewil jicnj i im . ,,f m ex.
liMvely. If imk's MJiliinit timing
.it uinit we si Is good, and we' are
'Olid of our reputation. - L. M.
Vance the lied Cloud j-weler.
Wo arc enjojitig lino fall weather
We have an oeca-i' mil visit from
Moses Stanley ami wile Hurled for
(''.use county, Kutisis, where they will
end the winter.
Kplirintn Howies, L.-yi Monies and
heir families have gone to Cherokee
utility, Kaniu, where they will make
inir lui nr homo Kphrium Howies
one of the olde.-t settlers in this,
"tiiiiitinity, nmi everj one legrets to
' him leave. W" all wish tlicm
ii"ccss in their new home.
10. II. Dillon nnd I'trf. liawnrtli
"tit to Laurence, Kiiisi., to attcnil
h Friends eirlv mocting. Prof Ma-
orili returned Monday evening, nnd
Mr Dillon will return the latter psrt of
Mr Airants had the misFortonn to
tMVe his bot cow go: brr leg broken
"Minilay evening. He butchered her
I'.'ht away and the boot is good be
iuo the writer has iated it.
"I would rather trust that medicine
than any doctor I know of," Snys Mrs.
Uatthj Mnou of Chll'on. Carter Co., Mo.,
in spenking of Chamberlain's Colic,
'liolera nnd Dmrrluua remedy. For tide
by Deyo Jk Grice Drngglst.
A N Wilson hns had a new bain
m his old houustiud:
Tho meeting still eontiaucs at this
vririny with considerable interest.
It G Lewis and I) 11 Larrtok arc
'inuling corn from Dladcu this week.
Laroy Cure aceompanied by Wm
Hiitton started Tin sday morning for
Missouri to grow up with the country.
Disd: Last Thursdai occurd the
ad death of Miss Mary Snce, dughtr
f Mr and Mrs John H Sue. She had
linen a sufferer for many niniithf.
Funeral services were conducted by
Hey Kepler of Hhnl-ii. Interment iu
Kverjrthing is peaceable on the Po
tomac. Win Blain a son of Oapt Blain is
visiting with his parents t this place.
Will is a train-dispatcher on a rood iu
Hodgson has gne o Oklahoma tn
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's proscription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless suhstituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, nnd Castor Oil
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee, is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishncss. Custoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea ami "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
nnd bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
'Castorl Is nn excellent meillelno for chil
dren. Mothers Ua n repeatedly told moot IU
good effect upon their children."
Oh. O, O. OnoooD,
Cftstorl Is the liest remedy for children of
which I sin rn'o.ualnted. I hope, tho day Is not
for distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their ehlldrcn, nnd uso Castoria In
htead of thevnrlousiimck nostrums viklchnro
ilestroylns tliclr loed eoes, by fmeln;oiluin,
infcrphlne, wothlnt; syrup nnd olliir hurtful
njrenU down their ihroat-s, thereby wi'illuj
thorn to premature craes,"
Du. J, r Kisciicloe,
Tho C84atir Coxatpony, T7
look up a location for a'cSlSSj,
J IMJiownour hotel mSIln! stio
gird the east wing of thofliote!.
Mr Kaley of J! .,1 Cloud .wm cs oat
streets Tiiedii HK
Mr Anilrews th,. rej iihllolRcjiiJi.
dale for eoii.T, ,. s, u. Mjndayi -ins
at I'liii-am U , ,, ,.llmu bou't
a large Hiidieto't. I, u t. ,0,igoUl
t'cm about il,,,,,. ,)I11IM ,,., ilt it
might have laid tl,c t.rHi that ,
tlero to li-ttt ,,, . ,.1,,,, i, i,.i
ilud the ,.,,, ,,.lin,( ror mvj
around. The Cnwiis c.-it.et bund '$
tend, .1 the fp.al.iiig l,t (lWinj. q
ini.mii, I, . -d ...,.l:.... .1 . . fr
"-oiihiim.; im-,- ui re ioo It
to play .
I.M i!.pr . 1 . . . . .
..u wiiiuiu i. prr paring to irrigato-1
liis f.itin i.x jcar I. witi,!-inill and
pond; tl,.. j mi ,..,i ,,,. olmut one
lial' nere o I ground ami will bo tlbout
toigiii lect uesp.
.1 Host his a line patch of cabbage,
and ho hays ho will umke kr.utt.
U W Fuller and wifo were iu Law
Jake has heard from his lost liog.
It went through Ihiiiiinoiid's paoking
house at Oiniha and i now on the
market el Iree trade.
II W For ler is building an addition
on to his house.
Hi ub K -env has got a new whistle.
I L Fuller his taken the manngc
iiieut of tioop known as the London
Stir; he has ordered a rehearsal of
the old pla, of tlit toekard Ex
change. Thus I'liul is out on iho streot
Count, the valuable bird-dog of J
h Stony, was run over by a load of
com and has a biokn leg. Dr Paul
is intending tlm patient.
(ico llwger h.Ms he expects h
Grandma ! tiller is visiting her
daughter Mrs Hone this week.
11t Hildreih is punting his office
and sheds at the lumber yard.
Our roads ar 1 nit.iug better since
thn grader has been at work.
Jeff Turner keeps th pop head
quarters, only live a glas.
Kvory mother should know that cronp
onn bo prevent. Tho first symptom of
trae croup in lionrseness. This is follow
ed by a peculiar rough cough. If Cham
btrlain's Cough Remedy is givon freely
as soon as thu child becomes hoarse or
even after tho cough hns developed it
will prevent the attack. L'." and o0 csnt
bottlea for sal by Deyo & Urice Drag
gUt. Itlnrkvl Kc'inrl.
Fat cows 1 cOG'-l 00
Chickens dos. 3 00
Turkeys lb. 5
Hot ail prico of the Red Cloud Milling
Monogiam t sack 1 00
Itoyal patent W pack 90
B.ofll.S.sj? sack 75
A morry-goround nt Hobron took in
700 in oignt days.
Yon will novvr know positively what a
wondorfiil remedy Or. Hswysr's Family
Cam is until you try it. It will ar yon
of a sour stouiauh, Deyo & Grloe.
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" Castoria Is so will adapted to children that
I recommend It nasupcriortoany prescription
known to inc."
II. A. AnciiKR, HI. D,,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians In tho children's depart
ment li.-no 8ioU'ti highly of thvlr xterl
ence In their outside r.ictlco with Castoria,
nnd although wo only haro aiuonj; our
medical biipplioa irlmt la knonn m regular
products, jet wo aro freo to confess that tho
im-riui of C.iMorU lias ou uj to look with
L'.Mim HosriTii, xxd DisrKNSitiT,
AtLCN C, Sjiiiii, i"ij.,
Murray Stroot, 2Uvf York City,
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