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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1S9.
There is an alarming increase in the
unmberor cholera cases in the depart
ment of Pas de Calais, France.
Is New York state Cleveland had plu
ralities in fourteen counties, ivhilo Har
rison had pluralities in forty-two.
The bureati of engraving and print
ing, and tho government printing office
are to bo placed within tho classified
IiATER news than that printed on the
outside of today's Journal concedes the
election of Congressman Bryan to suc
A telegram from St. Johns, N. F.,
says that as a result of tho galo of Oct.
19, ten vessels aro lost or missing, and
twenty-two lives are known to bo lost.
The Fremont Tribune says it has not
yet been decided whether Dr. Abbot
supported, for governor, J. Sterling, Van,
Crounse,or not, but rather suspects that
Fbesii cases of cholera are reported in
the north of France; the disease is
spreading in western and southern Hun
gary; many fatalities have occurred in
The New Orleans sympathetic strike
is progressing finely. It hns even affect
ed funerals, and undertakers announce
that they can only furnish two carriages
C. P. HnxTiKOTov, president of tho
Southern Pacific, has purchased tho
wonderful iron mountain near Durango
nnd the extensive steel and iron works
in that city.
The New York Post is already advo
cating that Cleveland call an extra ses
sion of the new congress as soon as pos
sible after his inauguration, and set them
to work diligently on tho tariff.
Tnc most important heresy trial in the
histor3' of the American Presbyterian
church is probably that against Bev. Dr.
Briggs. Now charges havo been formu
lated, nnd tho trial is now set for Nov.
28, in Now York.
Already there is talk of capitol re
moval. The talker said that tho state
would soon be called upon to build a new
utate house, anyhow, and ho didn't think,
for one, that it would be advisable to put
up a new one at Lincoln. There was too
much jobbery there.
John Legoett, a fonrteen year old boy,
died at his mother's home in Bradford,
Pa.. Sundny night, from burns that cov
ered him from head to foot. A tramp
threw oil on him, while standing near a
fire, and in a breath he was ablaze from
crown to toe. Delirious and raving with
pain, tho lad died in a few hours. Tho
tramp narrowly escaped lynching.
TnE Leavenworth TimeBsays as to the
policy of tho party, if they will but do,
and do quickly, what they have promised
give ub a revenue tariff, this defeat
may not be a bad thing; for the certain
cnlarufty that will follow thi3 policy will
be a lesson much needed by a generation
that has grown up since such a policy
brought disaster upon the country nnd
prevented her developments.
Prof. J. W. Jenks, in an article on The
Vote Market, quoted in tho Review of
Reviews for November, says: "Even the
Australian sj-stem may be evaded by tho
use of a stencil of tho exact spacing of
tho ballot. And for every such system
there remains tho easy though twice as
expensive plan of paying men to stay
away, which has probably been used in a
certain though not great degree, but
which is sure to be used when all else
"It was just about thirty years ago
that the first amateur photographers'
society was formed in this country,'"
writes Frances Stevens, in tho New
Peterson for December. "It was organ
ized in connection with the American
Institute Fair. Three years later. Phila
delphia formed a similar society. Within
the last year or two, clubs or societies
have sprung up all over tho country
until now thoy number about one hun-
dred in the United States alone.
One of Art young's latest pictures in
the Inter Ocean is a stolid-looking man
as a patient, and labeled American
voter; a man with a donkey's head, as a
dostor, holds a free-trade bottle in his
hand. Tho following conversation takes
place: Doctor "Do von get good wa
ges?" Patient: "Yes." Doctor: "Pros
pering right along?" Patient: "Yes."
Doctor: "This is serious, man; yon must
take a dose of my medicine." All this
under P. T. Barnum's noted saying:
"The American peonle like to bo hum
Lucy Parsons at Rochester Hail. Chi
cago, Friday night, spoke to a gathering
of anarchists, in which were representa
tives of all the families of the dead
and imprisoned anarchists. It was tho
fifth anniversary of the execution of
Parsons, Fisher, Eugel nnd Spies. A
fair sample of her utterances was: "The
men who threw tho tea into Boston
harbor are now held up as heroes. The
next century will bless tho hand that
threw that bomb in tho Haymarket."
"This century will go-out amid such
ecenes as did the last, and tho anarchists
will take a prominent part in the great
blowout at that time." "With the
throwing of the Haymarket bomb came
into the world the new element. The
palaces of the rich became vulnerable.
A little man may go around with a
bomb in his pocket and he can drop this
bomb where it will do its work. The
man can smoke hia pipe and pass on.
At the Haymarket one was thrown and
in the twinkling of an eye sixty-five
policemen hardly knew what they were
made of. This chows what a common
man may do." August Lott, who is
looked upon at present as the leader of
anarchism in Chicago, spoke next in
German. Ho was very eloquent in de
nunciation of all existing government
and capitalists, nnd was especially ven
omous against the police. "Away with
religion, away with uncertainty; force,
nothing but force, will accomplish our
aim." Ho thought that an attempt now
to institute a revolution would be pre
mature and not realize their designs,
but Burely in the near future "a com
plete overthrow of all government will
have become imperative and inevitable,"
There were about fifty police present in
citizens clothes, in charge of a captain,
but there was no use for them. "As a
man thinketh, bo is he."
GrfiOVER JUST L AUGHS
AT THE WAY FOLKS ARE MAK
ING HIS CABINET.
Wkitaey add Dickinson Not In It Gen
eral Patrick A. Collins About the Only
Sure Guess so Far How the Ohio
Landslide was Worked by Harrlty.
New York, Nov. 14. It is stated
that President-elect Cleveland has al
ready begun to think about his Cabinet
All forecasts so far printed have made
Mr. Cleveland laugh. A friend of Mr.
Whitney said yesterday that the latter
would not be Minister to England.
Mr. Cleveland had among his callers
yesterday Gen. Patrick A. Collins of
Boston, who saw Mr. Cleveland on
Thursday also. This is regarded by
many as indicating that Gen. Collins
is in the ranks of Cabinet possibilities.
Don M. Dickinson is taking a rest
after his campaigning. Mr. Dickinson
said yesterday that he was not a can
didate for any office in the gift of the
President, at home or abroad.
Some people may assert," said he,
"that it is in bad taste to decline a
thing before it lias been tendered, but
Mr. Cleveland understands me per
fectly on that point. I will take noth
ing. My ambitions lie entire .y to my
Since the announcement of the can
didacy of Edward Murphy, Jr., for the
Senate, politicians have come to ac
cept his election as a matter of course.
W. Burke Cochran said yesterday that
he was not a candidate, that he was
satisfied with his present position and
that Mr. Murphy would be the Senator
if he wanted to be.
There is cincreasing interest I in the
future relations of Mr. Cleveland and
Senator .Hill. Most of the latter's
friends when questioned say they
know " nothing whatever about it
Democratic "headquarters are still
nominally open. The campaign com
mittee will conclude all business next
week. Col, Tracy, the head of its
press bureau, and Scrgeant-at-Arms
Oliver are still in charge of the ground
More details of the Democratic "still
hunt" in Ohio are narrated here by a
morning paper. The inspiration camo
to the Democrats in Speaker Crisp's
room in the Hoffman house. James
Neal of Ohio entered, it is said, and
spoke of the fact that the Republicans
had deserted the State, feeling that it
was safe and this would be a good time
to make an effort to carry it The
question was laid before Chairman
Harrity and Campaign Chairman Dick
inson. Harrity, it is stated, jumped
at the chance and induced Senator
Brice to make the effort, furnishing
the funds for necessary expenses.
Mr. Dickinson took ex-Gov. Camp
bell off the stump in the East and sent
him back among the Buckeyes. The
Democrats had a clear field, because
Mr. Halm of the Republican National
Committee had scattered Secretary
Charles Foster, Gov. McKinley, Senator
Sherman aud ex-Gov. Foraker to other
It is said that ex-Gov. Campbell is
sure of reward after March 4.
CAUSED THEM TO BE SHOT.
Col. Dodds Has King Ilehanzln's White
Allies Put to Death.
Paris, Nov. 14. A dispatch from
Dahomey announces that Gen. Dodds
has caused to be shot the white men
found in the army of King Behanzin.
Three men are Germans, Weckel,
Pucch and Schultze; one is a Belgian
and another an Englishman. They
are supposed to have been deserters
from the Belgian and German Congo
countrj and the Camerons.
The executions have produced a
ceitain amount of excitement, for
the German newspapers had said that
such a step would be contrary to the
rights of nations.
1'atali ties at Leadville.
L.EArviLi.E, Col., Nov. 14. Yester
day was a day of fatalities for Lead
ville. Mrs. Tamm and another lady
were out riding when the horse ran
away and the former falling partly
out of the vehicle was dragged two
blocks and was thrown against an ore
wagon, nearly crushing her head into
a pulp. A few minutes later Pat
Roach, a miner, was fatally injured
by being crushed by a ton of ore fall
ing on him. Still later, John Gregory
and James McLaughlin, both miners,
were caught in a big drift-cave and
the latter was fatuity crushed.
Everything KepubJlcau in Washington.
Tacosia, Wash., Nov. 14. Nearly
the complete returns from all counties
in Washington give Harrison a plu
rality of 4,i)21. McGraw (Rep.) for
Governor, has a plurality of 2,C50.
These figures may be increased slight
ly. Wilson and Doolittle, both Re
publicans, are elected to Congress by
2,500 plurality. The entire Republi
can State ticket is elected. The Re
publicans control both branches of the
Legislature and have a majority of 40
on a joint ballot.
Victim of the Kerosene Habit.
Peoria, 111., Nov. 14. Mrs. Richard
Walker attempted to light a fire with
kerosene yesterday by pouring the
fluid from a can on the smoking coals.
An explosion followed, throwing the
burning fluid all over her. Her blaz
ing clothes set fire to the house and it
was almost destroyed before the fire
men arrived. Mrs. Walker was lit
erally baked but is still living.
Ideutlfyiug a Comet.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 14. Advices
from the European union of astrono
mers hint at the fact that Prof. Ber
berich of Berlin considers the newly
discovered Holmes comet as probably
identical with Biela's- This, if sub
stantiated, will be of the greatest in
terest to astronomers. The comet was
originally discovered in 1773 y Mon
taigne at Limoges. Its periodicity was
established by Biela at Josephstadt,
Bohemia, in 1S20.
Paris. Nov. 14. A dispatch from
Santiago, Chili, says that President
Montt has succeeded in inducing the
Cabinet Ministers to withdraw their
resignations. Notwithstanding the
denials and reported difficulties be
tween the Argentine Republic and
Chili it is well known here tliat con
siderable animosity exists between the
Eight Murderers to Uanp.
Annapolis, Md., Nov. 14. Gov.
Brown has signed the death warrants
of the eight convicted murderers of
Dr. J. H. Hill, of Kent County. The
men will be hanged Friday, Dec. 30, at
Cuba Reported Safe.
Milwaukee, Nov. 14. The old
schooner Cuba, so long overdue at
Kenosha and which was given up for
lost by her owners, is reported to have
reached Sheboygan. The mystery of
the wreck floating in the middle of
Lake Michigan is still unsolved.
BUSINESS STILL GOOD'
Dan's Weekly- lteview Say Trade Con
tinue Fab Kuslaeee Failarea-
New York, Nor. 14. B. G. Dun &
Ca's weekly review of trade says:
The Presidential election has inter
rupted business to some extent in all
narts of the country during the last
week, but by no means as much as j
ui-.al, and at nearly aU the points the
volume of trade has been fairly main
tained, and the unprecedented activity ,
of industries has only been inter-
ruptedbythe election holiday. The
money markets have not been dis
turbed, though working somewhat
closer at several important points, and
foreign necessities and the scarcity of
commercial bills have caused some de
cline in foreign exchange.
Receipts of prodts at Chicago were
curtailed, but wholesale trade was
large, and the demand for money is
heavy, the West drawing largely upon
the Chicago supply. Less than the
usual interruption occurred at St
Louis. The railroads are crowded, of
ferings of grain being unusually large.
The government crop report indi
cates smaller yields than were ex
pected; of wheat only 500.000,000
busheLs, of corn only 1,600,000,000
bushels, and a decidedly small yield of
cotton. Wheat is stronger than a week
ago, with no great change in corn and
The business failures occurring
throughout the country during the last
seven days numler 210. For the cor
responding week of last year the fig
ures were 2il.
RICH COLD AND COPPER ORE.
White Men Trying to Hold Xdees in
an Idado Indian Reservation.
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 14. White men
who have been secretly prospecting in
the Lemhi Valley Indian reservation
in Lemhi county, this State, have dis
covered several wonderfully fine gold
and copper ledges, which they are try
ing to hold until the reser
vation is thrown open for
settlement. The redskins, however,
are fully cognizant of the
value of the deposits of metal and
threaten to burn the white men at the
stake if they do not leave the Indian
lands. The gold ledges aro well de
fined, the formation being decomposed
quartz, the ore being free milling and
unusually ricli. Tho copper ledges
are said to be very large and valuable,
it being claimed that they are in the
great mineral belt in which Marcus
Daly's famous Anaconda copper mine
TRACED TO MONTREAL.
Detcctires Tryltij; to Locate Mrs. Annie
M. Murphy, the Xotorlous Forger.
Montiieal, Can., Nov. 14. The no
torious American forger and confi
dence woman, Mrs. Annie M. Murphy,
for whose capture numerous rewards
are offered, has been traced to this
city. Detcetives are now trying to
locate her. The last crime for which
she is wanted was committed on Oct.
27, when she victimized the First Na
tional bank and German-American
National bank at St. Cloud, Minn., by
cashing forged drafts for large
NO CLEWS FOUND,
The Murderer of Henry Tlanz at
Jose Still at lJrj;e.
San Jose, Cal., Nov. 14. Nothing
has been developed to give any clew to
the murderer of Henry Planz, the man
ager of the Fredericksburg brewery,
whose body was found hanging to a
tree early 3'esterday morning. The in
quest is still in progress and it has
been shown that a number of valua
bles which Planz was supposed to have
with him were found in the room after
the tragedy and accordingly robbery is
not supposed to have been the cause of
the crime. One witness testiCed at
the inquest that he saw four men ap
parently engaged in a quarrel near the
scene of the tragedy early yesterday
morning, but he recognized none of
TraTellutr Man Suicides.
Memphis. Tenn., Nov. 14. P. I.
Byrne, supposed to be a traveling man
and recently from New Orleans, com
mitted suicide at tho St. Nicholas
hotel in this city yesterday by taking
an overdose of niorpniue. He left a
pathetic letter to his ife, whose ad
dress is given as northwest corner
Pierce and Eddy street, San Fran
cisco, to the effect that he could not
get work on account of bis addiction
to whisky and had no desire to live
apart from his family.
Depends on the Mew Policy.
Youngstown, Ohio, Nov. 14. The
Falcon Iron and Nail company, which
has been engaged in putting in foun
dations for a large tin-plate plant at
Niles, Ohio, has decided to complete
the work already laid out but will not
finish the improvements until the
policy of the Democratic administra
tion is determined. If favorable to the
tin-plate industry the works will be
lighted, otherwise they will be
changed to some other industry.
Government Accountant Suspended.
Ottawa, Ont Nov. 14. Robert
Brewer, accountant of the House Of
Commons, and his assistant Capt
Bolton, have been suspended for an
irregularity discovered by the auditor
in the fund out of which the sessional
indemnity of the members is paid. An
inquiry is going on; and although the
amount in question is small it is
understood that tho suspension is
A Vessel and all Hands Lost.
St. Johns, N. F., Nov. 14. The loss
of the schooner Emenil, of Lizards
Harbor, with all hands, at Cann island
Saturday last, while endeavoring to
make Seldomcomely, is reported here.
She carried a crew of four men, Master
Robert Pehrcey, William Gates, a man
named White and another. The ves
sel was driven on the rocks and the
crew were unable to reach the shore.
Massachusetts Bribery Case Falls Don,
Boston, Nov. 14. The Suffolk county
grand jury reported to-day that it finds
no bill against Horace K. Osborne on
the charge of attempting to bribe Rep
presentatives Simonds and Morse to
vote against the Bennett bill, relating
to endowment orders, and for the Cape
Cod Ship Canal bill in the Massachu
setts House of Representatives
A 100.000 Fire la New York.
New York. Nov. 14. A fire broke
out early this morning in the building,
321 to 323 East Sixty-fourth street, oc
cupied by William Moller, a stair
builder; Uildebrand & Co., cabinet
makers; Henry Wiesman, manufactur
ers of refrigerators, and Henry Weller,
a carpenter. The police report the
loss at $100,000.
Mora Arrests at Baflalo.
Buffalo, N. Y Nov. 14. Eleven
arrests have already been aaade in con
nection with the alleged election re
turn frauds and others are expected.
A fund has been raised for the prosecu
tion of the guilty parties end $12,000
has been subscribed while thousands
more are promised.
A CLEVER GANG OF SHARPERS
HAVE A GOOD RACKET-
It Operates Most SaccessfaUy la Coun
try ltanks aad Many Baral Basics
are Ileitis Blod to Perfection Their
New YoBif, Nov. 14. A gang of bank
swindlers is traveling about the coun
try mainly through the West The
men who compose it are clever, their
stories are plausible and their victims
are generally the country banks. Their
method Ls to obtain a draft for a small
sum from an out-of-town bank on its
New York correspondent From
this genuine draft they have forged
duplicates made. The genuine draft,
of course, goes through all right
Then the bogus drafts are presented,
and the swindlers having established
a sort of a credit with the genuine
draft and being sufficiently well
known to be identified by the country
bank, the bogus drafts on the New
York bank are generally cashed with
Some New York bank every little
while will receive in its mail from a
Western correspondent bank a bogus
draft drawn upon the New York bank,
and which has been cashed by its
Western correspondent Of course the
loser in this case is the country bauk
which has cashed it for the swindler,
not the New York institution upon
which it is drawn.
The latest instance of this sort of
swindling was brought to the-attention
of the Chase National bank of
this city a few days ago. The victims
In this case were the First National
bank and the Germania-American
National bank, both of St Cloud,
Minn. Each of these banks on Oct.
i cashed a bogus draft on the
Chase National bank of this city,
the first for S700 and the other for
8800. Uolli of the drafts purported to
be issued by the National Bank of
Commerce of Tacoma, Wash., on the
Chase National bank .of this city.
Doth were payable to the order of and
wcro presented by and cashed for Mrs.
Annie A. Murphy, who is .said to be a
stepdaughter of Andrew McCrea,
formerly a well-known resident of
In a circular which the two victim
ized banks send out for the Chase
National does not lose the 81.500 they
say they will pay a reward of S:500 for
the arrest of Mrs. Murphy and her de
livery to the proper officers of the
State of Minnesota. The woman is
described as five feet eight inches
high, weighs 190 pounds, has very dark
hair, cut short and curled, dark-gray
eyes and heavy lips. She is about 24
years old, good looking, of pleasing
address, dashing manners, and may at
any time assume male attire.
SHERMAN READY TO QUIT.
The Ohio Senator, It la Said, Will Give
Ills Place to Foster.
Washington, Nov. 14. Secretary
Charles Foster of the Treasury depart
ment expects soon to become Senator
Foster of Ohio. Senator John Sherman
has promised to resign in favor of Mr.
Foster, and if the temper of the Ohio
Legislature is favorable the change
will be made early in the session of the
Legislature this winter.
A short time before the Ohio legis
lature convened last winter and the
election of Senator Sherman's succes
sor was to take place the latter deter
mined to abandon his campaign for re
election and retire to private life. At
a moment when Sherman was about
to retire from the field and permit the
election of ex-Gov. Foraker as his suc
cessor, Secretary Foster went to him
at his home in Mansfield and begged
the Senator to stay in the field for re
election. He liually yielded, went to
Columbus and opened headquarters,
and with the very earnest support of
Secretary Foster and the latter's
friends he was successful.
Shortly after his re-election Senator
Sherman sent word to Mr. Foster that
within a few months, or as soon as the
temper of the Legislature was right,
he would resign and recommend as his
successor the Secretary of the Treasury.
Recently tho Senator has intimated
that the time may be as soon as the
Ohio Legislature convenes. Senator
Sherman desires to dovote the remain
ing days of his vigor to the preparation
of a book upon the late war.
ITS APPOINTMENT A BLUNDER.
The Co rum las Ion Cauuot Solve the Ques
tion of Relief of Kvlcted Tenants.
Dublin, Nov. 14. The evicted-tenant
commission is being . attacked from
every side, and there is scarcely any
doubt whatever that it will result in a
complete fiasco so far as any material
benefit to the persons who have lost
their holdings is concerned. The Par
nelito organs complain that the ten
ants themselves are treating the com
mission with indifference.
The evidence submitted to the com
mission on the five days on which it
has been in session may be summed
up as follows: On Monday the evi
dence of one witness, a plan of cam
paign organizer; Tuesday, the evi
dence of a bishop and a priest; Wed
nesday, the evidence of a Dublic
castle official; Thursday, the evidence
of a priest and a 'bog-trotter," and
3'esterday tho evidence of one tenant
From this it will be seen that
the commission is not making
very rapid progress toward the solu
tion of the vexatious questions of what
shall be done to reliove the evicted
tenants, whose wants are pressing.
Mr. William Redmond's paper, an
organ of the Parnellities, describes the
appointment of the commission as the
biggest blunder ever perpetrated by
PROTECTORATE OVER HAWAII-
Secretary Tracy's Sijrnlllcant Action at
tho Close of tho Cabinet Meeting.
New Yoke, Nov. 14. The announce
ment that Paul Nowman, formerly Attorney-General
of the Queen's Cabinet
is en route to Washington on a secret
mission for the Queen is not a surprise
to the State department. The depart
ment not only knows he is
coming, but also what he is
coming for. It was probably in
anticipation of his visit that Hawaiian
affairs were discussed at the Cabinet
meeting. It is well known to naval
officers here that Mr. Newman is
strongly in favor of the United States
assuming a protectorate over the
Hawaiian islands and there C3U
be no doubt that the object
of his mission is to bring about
sneh a result. There is every
reason to belive, too, that he will be
met more than half way by our State
department An official of that de
partment makes tho statement that
one of the most important acts of the
closing days of the present adminis
tration would be the establishment of
a protectorate over the Hawaiian
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Iufauts
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing; Syrups, and Castor Oil,
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents Yomltin-r, Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea nnd Wind Colic. Castoria relicTcs
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria i-J tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
' c.-i S i U an excellent mediciae f cr :13
. i. .' i .--.! hare repeatedly told mo of its
l,uod cZcxi upon Uielr children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
' Castoria ia the bct.t remedy for cbildrea cf
vhlch I am acquainted. I hope tbo day is rot
far distant when mothers willconslderthareil
Interest of their children, and cse Castoria in
stead of the Torious quack nostrumsvhich aro
destroying their lored onos, by forcin;opiuru,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Ds. J. F. KnJCHXLoe,
The Centaur Company, T7
LATEST CALIFORNIA RETURNS.
Offlolal Count Next Week Will Probably
Xot Change llarrlsou's Vlarallty.
Sax Francisco, Cal., Nov. 14. Final
computations have been made upon
returns from California on tho Presi
dential election. One official count'
next week will determine the result
' deGuitely. The last returns aro from
' all but 283 precincts in this city and
Stato at large nud they give Harrison
109.7J5, Cleveland ?05,S29, Weaver 23,
816; Harrison's plurality, 4,186.
I The plurality will probably not be
i changed materially by additionul re
turns. There is no change in the Con
gressional contest The Third district
is the only one in which there is any
doubt, and the chances there are in
favor of llilburn, Republican.
The other six districts will return
three Democrats, one fusionist and
two Republicans. The latest returns
seem to indicate that the Democrats
will have sixty-two members in the
next Legislature, giving them a ma
jority of two on a joint ballot.
Wi-ii aby was sick, wo Rare her Castoria.
V.'hcMi slia v.tis a Child, sho cried for Castoria.
AVIich she l.caa;o Miss, fchc c'ung to Castoria.
1it.u hint had Childreu,ehe gate them Castoria.
LEASE OF SGH90L LANDS !
NOTK'K if hereby given thnt the la.-M3 nmi
ami contracts on the following described
school lanti.s hnve beou canceled by th Hoard of
Educational I-anda and Funds, and if not roin
Mnted by the ryni'nt of delinonent interest or
leaw rental due, said lands will bo offered for
leaso by the county treasurer of Platte county at
10 o'clock n. m., on the 3d day of December.
NU andt NW'i SWHt and lot 1 in
LotOaridT in 8li
o! tCU l . . . . . .. . . . .
Wli HY.h and SE'4 NE1
Dated at Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. 3. 1S92.
A. It. HUBIPHBEY,
3Soctl Cora'r Public Lands and Building.
CDterpridaa Teoc M aa : Tra a Co. fautnctel
and (Urted me. I workMttaadily and mads moaty fksUr
than I expected to. I became able to boy an Uland and banc
email rummer hotel. IfIdom'ttaeeeedatthat.IwUl(e
to work erata at the tmiinett in which I made my money.
Tree dc Co. j Shall we inetntct and etart yon. reader?
If we do. and if yon work indoitrionily. yon will la dne
time be able to bny an Uland and boild a hotel, if yon wleo
to. Money can be earned at onr aew line of work, rap
idly and honorably, by tboee of either tex, ronag or old.
and in their own loeaUUet. wbererer they fire. Any oa
can do the work. Eaty to learn. We fdrsleu ererythlof. Ko
rijk. Yon can dOToto yonr ipare momenta, or all yoar time
to the work. This entirely new lead Mian woaderfal aae
ees to erery worker. Beginner! are earning from StSc
SO per week andapwarde. aad more after litue expe
rience. We raa farnlih yon the employment we teach yon
FK EE. Tbie le an age of marrelaae things, aad here ia
another great, ueefa!. wealth-firing wonder. Great galae
will reward erery iadaitriona worker. Wherever yen are.
and whatarer yon are doing, yon want to know about thia
wouderral work at once. Delay meaae raoeh money lott to
yen. No apace to explain here, but ifyon will write to m.
we will nwke all plain to yon FREE. Addreee.
TUVd: CO.. Boa 400, AegMtt, afalae.
C. E. Harrm oM & Co.,
HARD AND SOFT
C Q A L
THE VE8Y BEST 1S.UIHT.
Near B. & M. Depot.
M. E. BILURD I CO.,
General Produce Commission Mer
chants and Shippers.
3U9 CoHajp Grove Arena. Chicago, 111.
To all Rhippew of Produce. Wanted: Butter,
CWe, Eire", Potato, Apple. Oaionu, Beans,
Cabbage. Dried Frnita, Poultry, Game, cal.
Lamb, Beef, Mutton, Pork, Fura and Hide,
Pelts, Tallow, Honer-Beeawax. Broom Corn,
Ginseng Root, Cider, Feathera, Vinegar, Floor,
Buckwheat, etc. Head for oar daily boileUn.
Par caah or tall oa eVRUBitiios. A 1 xtftnac
"Caatoria Is so well adapted to ckfldreota
I recommend it as superior toaar preseriftfea
known to me."
H. A. AacaB,L D..
Ill So. Oxford St, BrooUya, If. T.
"Our physiciaiis ia the children's depart
ment bare spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only bare amoar our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has woa as to look wit
favor upon it."
Usitbo Hospital asd Diskhsaby,
Allm C Sarra, Pit..
Murray Street, lfew York City.
Are now moving their old building to
temporary quarters in the 6troet west
of Boettcher'u nnd will begin at once
the erection of thoir new building,
24x100 ft., two Rtories high and of brick,
on the Bite of the old one. Until the
Is finished, they will be delighted to
welcome all comers, who wish to pro
vide themselves with
They have always acted upon tho prin
ciple that the best business is that when
tho customer gladly comes ngain to
buv. The kind of
That thiB-iirm soil aro MADE FOR
COMFORT AND FOR WEAR, and
ARE NOT EXCELLED ANYW1IERE.
Fair dealing every time is the remark
of even the boys who deal with
W. L. DOUGLAS
83 SHOE MrgftM.
mitt, awl a, arnoota taSdV. atxJbla, sum eosv
aoidattkaprtoa. qualasnni iliasimimiing
Taey equal trna lipoma,
'alios Ska, worn byranaer aada&
rno wans a gooa aeary eajr. wsa
Caarlaa. W.i.DotaaBama aad (fee arfae le
peiToataa bottom of sack shoe: looarfcr 5
Wl. SHILZ, Olive St.lMtat,
1T 18 A DUty yaw: awe ya araalf aad feaa
8 ? fe yalaa far year aaaaay.
tt ymlffalSr gStaaa mSfcC aa UwaaaaSfi
firukl MO 8TJ TltVtMtmM
asaaarraaa aay otiarisw
Taar are aaao for sw
Ma. TsWaPWaoa aaaaS
wbhidipit. wiiiiii iieainaa lie miaeim
IBBBieT BBsBSv oBOer EBJSS) BVBCflaeSB.
OPENED SEPT. 28.
Aro the new
BOOTS AO SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
Gents' - Furnishing - Goods,
THEIR FLACE OF
Gray : hi, : Titeei : Stree
This Establishment is now
READY FOR BUSINESS
And with full confidence of being able to suit
every purchaser, a very cordial invitation is ex
tended to the public to give us a call.
A practical boot and shoe maker in the store,
to do all kind of work in his line.
GRIFFEN k GRAY.
OPENED SEPT. 28.
Board. Room. Rent and Tuition for Term of Ten Week
Tuition aJorje. per Term ............ . ....... ....... ..............
Doiru. (ici wcpic. ....... ............. .............. ..............................
Total Expedites for 0.e War.
A Urge an J superior Faculty of experienced Teacher ami IrofeiMjr.
Student By Xnttr at air tiia aad And ctase suited to thoir ueetle and advance
Fall Term Opens Sept. 6, 1892.
Second Fall Tarm Opens Nov. 15. 1892.
Winter Term Opens Jan. 24, 1 -93.
Spring Term Opens April lO, 1893.
THE PLATTE INSTITUTE fcaa bn eatablitbed for the purpose of placing a liberal
education within tba reach of ALL.
It will coat jou IeM t- . j to stay at home.
An opportunity will be afforded a number of etoditnts to pay a!! or a part of their expense by
Snd In yoar application at once
This school la nnder tb JarledlctloB of lit. Rev. Anou If. Graret. ntabop of tbo I)!(of
REFERENCES: Btsbop Anton R. Grave. Kearney, Neb. W. C. TIllsuii, Caabler Kairoaj
National Bank. L. N. Howry. 8ecy Midway Land Co.
Write for particulars and Information to
CLARENCE A. MURCH, Sup't.,
Blaht is Driwlea anil its Drouer tresrvHtInn
is a matter for the moat earnest consideration of
erery person of ordinary common sense. Re
member that a lense decentered one centimeter
(Ue one nnnnredtn nart of an inch) rjrodncea oa
many prism dioptres as it possesses lenticular
dioptres of. refraction. Dont wear poorly made
spectacles wnen you can jwt reliable ones at the
same price. Tudor's adamantine lenaes aru
ground from tho clearest crystal obtainable,
bnildinic up thn nerve power, eaahift and render
ing natnral the accommodation. They are with.
out doubt bet adapted for optical purposes and
are recommended by all tho rnoet eminent of the
medical fraternity, including Dr. BrainvM. ei-
fforernor of Zacateras, Mex., Dr. Marfan, ex
Rorernur of Ajaas Calientes. Edward Jenning.
M. D., rice president medical association of
Canada. For al only by A. Heint. Prescrip
tion Druggist, Columbus. ZSeup
r THADB MARK,
SmorToff an naoSwjswwjouK.
Oldest baieaBJorsacarlnfpateBta ta Aaiertaa.
Erery must taken ont by as is brought benra
tba pafito by a aouoa gtrea free of ofaicja to tka
Largest ctroalatfoa of aar aetaatlio paper ta tk
world. MeaaialT Ulwa6ate. HotSaliuest
sea eaoaia aa wnaoet it. weeer
rear: HJk Us moSST l&traai M
A new and Complete Treatment. nuWatisg of
Suppositoris, Ointment iu Capsule, also In
Box aud Pilli; a Posltjrc fire ijt Internal, In
ternal Blind r Uicding Itching. Chronic, 1U
corit or Hereditary Pile, aud many otlinr diseases
and femalo weakr.r. It i always o. frre.it ben
efit to tbo -ji:rni health. TIk- tirwt (liv.-orery of
a medical cure rvnderimr sn operttiou with the
knifa nnneiary hereafter. Tbif Jtvmedy hits
nnr tvn known to fail. 1 DeT bo. t5 for -:
sent by mniL Why sutfer from thi U rriblo di- I
ease when u written gnarnto is pojitiwlyidven
witho boxes, to refund tba money u uoi curea.
8sd stamp for free Samp'-. Ouaxautj issued
by A. HJONTZ, sole agent, Columbus, Nub.
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OPENED SEPT. 28.
BUSINESS IS THE
OPENED SEPT. 28.
A Home School for Both Sexes.
Best and Cheapest School in the West.
New Buildings Throughout.
Steam Heat in All.
Two Large Dormitories.
Preparatory, Normal, Collegiate. Iluslnes. Short
Iiaad and Typewrit in jr. 3IusU Art.
Plymouth : Rock
SINGLE-COMB, WHITE LEGHORN,
Both thoruUKhbred,) egss, for batching, for
rate, at $IM for one settiu; of IS eggs.
jy-Ordora from a dictancu promptly tilled.
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