The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, November 09, 1898, Image 2

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JjMl valuators y X. X. T0B8IS A CO.
Oaeymr. by nail, portage prepaid $L9S
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Tars aa oaths......... .10
Avert high wind at Beading, Ksnssw,
TriEBE were in the fiscal year 1896
more silver dollars coined than in eighty -one
years, from 1792 to 1873.
A gas explosion seems to be responsi
ble for the damage done the court room
in the capitol building at Washington.
David A. Wells, author of a number of
books on tariff and economical questions,
died Saturday at hia home in Norwich,
Oxe of the democratic congressmen
in Utah is said to have two wives. To
free trade and free coinage, this is ad
ding free love.
Spain is determined to find out, by
demanding a personal interview with
the emperor of China, by represen
tative of Japan, whether or not the
Chinese 'Emperor is alive.
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The First National bank of Flushing,
Belmont county, Ohio, suspended busi
ness Saturday and went into the hands
of the comptroller of the currency.
Poor investments are said to have pre
cipitated -the failure.
Saturday night last at Lexington,
Kentucky, was organized a society to be
to the soldiers who enlisted for the
Spanish -American war what the Grand
Army of the Republic has been to the
army of the Civil war. "The Service
Men of the Spanish War" is the title of
the society.
Tns infanta Maria Teresa, the cruiser
seized from Spaniards, sunk at Santiago
and raised by Hobson, runs into the path
of a hurricane while emerging from the
Windward Island group, and was aband
oned. The officers and crew of the ill
fated vessel, reached land safely, arriv
ing at Charleston, S. C. She was aban
doned Nov. 1, thirty miles north of San
Ex-Governor Waite of Colorado, who
once talked of "blood up to the bridle
reins," in a speech for the free and un
limited coinage of silver on. the basis of
16 to 1, has become the owner of rich
goldmines. The query now is whether
he is willing to exchange his gold for
silver on the basis of one ounce of gold
to sixteen ounces of silver.
The express companies are still dis
criminating among patrons in different
states, in one throwing the war tax bur
den on the shipper, and in another as
suming it themselves. There is in truth
no good reason why these companies
should not pay the stamp 'tax as con
templated in the law in Nebraska as
well as in Texas, and in every state in
the union. Omnha Bee.
Wlthntaads Perfectly the In part or a 2.VJ
round Projectile at 1.800 Feet Per
Armor plate manufactured by the
Krupp process was given its first test
Thursday by the Bethlehem Iron com
pany at its proving grounds, at Bethle
hem, Pennsylvania. Many notable en
gineers witnessed it, besides the Russian
ordnance engineer, who came from Phila
delphia. It was the first test of Krupp
armor of American make and was a
great success. Three shots were fired
from an 8-inch gun, the projectiles
weighing 2.VJ pounds and the velocity
ranging from sixteen to eighteen linn
dred feet per second. The plate was
not cracked. Tho Bethelehem company
has received a big order for this make of
plate from Knssia.
The test case brought on behalf of the
merchants' association in an endeavor to
fix the responsibility for the payment of
the stamp tax, which payment has been
evaded by tho express companies, came
' up for argument Saturday in New York
city before Judge Lacombeof the United
States circuit court on the preliminary
motion for an injunction against the
express companies. The case is entitled
"William Crawford against William L.
Hubbell, as treasurer of the Adams Ex
press company." After listening to the
arguments of counsel Judge Lacombe
stated for the purpose of expediting the
case in its course in the United States
circuit court of appeals he would deny
the application for the injunction
against the express companies. The case
will come up in December.
Seaator Kyle Says He N aa Aatericaa
or All.
United States Senator J. H. Kyle, in
an interview in the Aberdeen, S. D.,
News, says: .
"I repudiate the populist party man
agement in this state."
.Although- etill an independent he will
oppose fusion until the state has been
redeemed from the hands of the ele
ment that now controls that party. He
charges his populist colleagues m'con-
gress with being unpatriotic in not sup
porting President McKinley in the war
against a common foe. lie says:
"I am an American citizen, prou 1 of
our country, proud of our president,
proud of our army and navy, proud of
our flag, and as long as I have breath to
cast vote, it shall be recorded for my
country, come what will."
CaaUy Eaeagtu
Here is a Sioux City (la.) Snadsj
avbool story:
They -were stadyifig ia the catechisa
about the wonderful greatness and pow
r of God. "Can God do everything?'
naked the teacher. It -was generally ad
nutted that he could. Then the teachei
rather mischievously propounded a stic
kkr perhaps as a test of faith. "Conic
God nuke two and two equal five?" h
naked. The query rather startled ta
. little girls in the class, and their faces'
took on a worried, puzzled expression.
They had never thought of such a thing
aa that, and it looked as if their faitt
was wavering. The teacher waited witt
n rather amused smile on hisxsce. Thez
npshot a little hand. "Well," askec
the teacher, "what do yon think about
it?" "Tea, sir, he can." was tne prompt
and certain response. Now it was tbf
ra tarn to look surprised. "Well
i uoa make two and two eqaai
five?" "By adding one." was the tri
naphant answer, and the nuechievoai
teacher couldn't dispute ifc Sioax Citj
lfc-2? . SIS4UMr COIUdB't disrate It--8I0SX CltS I csmiKM rf Gsnaw atauiaai fssr Ilaaaaa. "
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Keep your fece and eyes to the front, X
and march to the music of Progress. In
politics the Republican m party marches
Rumor That Russia Has Sent
Note to Governments.
Italy ttw first Oaa Approach, Bat
Daw Net Take Klaaly t tfca Mm.
Ma4rM Pastor Vtgm That Xoaotlatloaa
a flaasaTlT Class to Provoat Goraaaay
orBaasla IatarCartoc
Boxe, Nov. a Russia has taken the
bad in a new effort to help Spain in her
straggle to retain the Philippines, or, in
any event, to prevent the establishment
of 'American rule over the group. The
caw's government has revealed its
scheme through representations to all
the great powers of Europe, with the
possible exception of England. Italy is
one of the powers which Russia desired
to enlist on her aide.
The Italian government was requested
to join in presenting a note to the United
States regarding the control of the Phil
ippines. No information has been
given as to the exact tenor of the pro
posed note, but it is generally under
stood that it would be a request for
leniency toward Spain, with perhaps an
implied threat of intervention.
That Italy is not disposed to accept
this proposition is shown by an inspired
note in the official journal. It declares
that Spain has little hope of gaining any
advantage in retaining the Philippines,
and that the best she will be able to do
is to compromise the matter with the
United States.
Madrid, Nov. 8. The Liberal's lead
ing article says the Spansh government
should conclude the negotiations for
peace with the utmost rapidity to avoid
Germany, Russia or any other country
mixing in the question, which would
but mean fresh disasters to Spain. The
article has created a sensation here.
Me New Dovolepaaoata.
Washington, Nov. 8. Peace nego
tiations will be resumed at Paris today
in accordance with the adjournment of
the commission last Friday. In view
of the phase which the agreement be
tween the United States and Spanish
commissioners has reached over the
question of the Philippines it is not
likely 'that any material progress will
be made in the negotiations today.
It is said at the state department that
no report wss received from Judge Day
yesterday and that none is expected
until after today's session. This lack
of information is accepted as an indica
tion that there have been no develop
ments in the situation.
Spain Most Accept.
London, Nov. 8. The Standard says
editorially this morning: "We can see
no alternative. Spain must accept as
inevitable the loss of the Philippines.
No doubt the United States will assume
a heavy and serious responsibility, but
it augers well for the future that the
public men of America appreciate and
are ready to meet it. England will
watch the experiment with every wish
for a favorable issue." The Daily News
wonders whether trouble is brewing in
the Philippines, arising from German
opposition to annexation.
Germany Interested.
Paris, Nov. 8. The Eclair today, af
ter reproducing all the six articles of
the peace protocol, says: "It is to be
hoped that the United States will not
maintain their first pretensions in re
gard to the Philippine islands. The
question is one, however, which inter
ests Spain only, but Germany from time
to time allows it to be thought that she
is not indifferent to the fate of the
islands and the possibility of interfer
ence from this power will perhaps cause
America to be less exacting."
Me Mete Yet Seat.
Madrid, Nov. 8. The premier, Se
near Sagasta. was questioned today as to
whether it was a fact that the Spanish
government had addressed a note to the
powers asking the latter if they would
support Spain in protesting against "the
intentions of the United States toward
the Philippine islands." He replied
that such a note had not yet been dis
patched. May Be Teresa.
New York. Nov. 8. James B. Ward
& Co., steamship agents of this city,
have received a cablegram from Mr.
Soyer, agent of the firm at Nassau, that
a two-funnel steamer, the name of which
had not been learned, is ashore on Gat
Island, about SO miles from the point
where the Maria Teresa was supposed to
have foundered during a storm. The
stranded steamer may be the warship
or one of the army transports.
Washington, Nov. 8. Navy depart
meat officials feel a long way from cer
tain that the Maria Teresa is really at
the ocean's bottom. As a matter of
tact the fear that she would sink caused
her to be abandoned. It is probable
that a searcher will be sent out to learn
the ship's fate for it is felt she may now
be a derelict.
rteea Ia Mataaaea.
Havaka, Nov. 8. Owing to the con
stant rains which have fallen recently
the streams in the province of Matan
ass have overflowed, flooding over 1.000
acres in the low district of that prov
ince. The land inundated had just
been planted with sugar cane and fruit
trees after three years of neglect aad
the disaster has again plunged the in
habitants of this district into the deep
est misery. The Yumiri valley has also
been flooded.
Vert Arthur Feeple Beach Oat.
Toledo, O.. Nov. 8 A. E. Stillwell,
president of the Kansas City and Gulf
railroad, is slated as the new president
of the Detroit and Lima Northern. The
Stillwell people will place $3,000,000 in
the road, the Hartwall interests remain
ing; as they are. The name of. the road
is to be changed. It will be known as
the Central, Terminal and Connecting
f m Doty Ylctisa 'Moats Ashoro.
Fexxvuxe, Mich., Nov. 8. The body
of Lawrence Goss of Bay City, steward
of the steam barge Doty, floated ashore
at Ganges this morning. The name
was on his handkerchief. He had on a
Doty life preserver.
Athens, Nov. 8. The cabinet has re
atoned, its members considering that the
exceptional circumstances under which
they assumed offices have
Betroot. Nov. 8. The emperor and
empress of
ilea Will Be United and Iaatrac
tteaa Given te Coaaaslastosu
Havana. Nov. 8. The latest advices
received here from Santa Cruz del Sur,
flxed Monday as the definite date for
holding the convention to be presided
over Vy General Calixto Garcia. The
general opinion is that the convention
will be limited to two or three sessions,
at which the message of the socalled
Oaban government will he unanimously
approved without discussion. It is fur
ther said that the instructions to bs
given to the commission which is to go
to Washington.will be discussed secretly.
The convention will then adjourn to
Playa Marianao, near here and await
the result of the work of the commis
sion, which will be sent to Washington.
It is reported that this commission will
consist of General Calixto Garcia, Senor
Gonsales Lannsa, who is a lawyer, and
a Cuban general who has not yet been
PresideatBartolomeMasowill after
ward retire to private life and will take
part in improving the condition of the
property which he owns near Manzan
illo. General Roloff has been commissioned
y the Cuban government to make a
statistical report ou the personnel of the
Cuban army. This report, which is
already far advanced, shows that half
the enlisted men can read and write. '
Colonel Williams, the chief quarter
master, and Chief Clerk Caldwell, who
have been suffering from fever, show
slight improvement; but F. T. Stewart
of the quartermaster's department, it
very ill.
Attempt te Overthrew Civil
Fewer and Aseassiaate Dreyfaa Friends.
London, Nov. 8. The Daily Chron
icle says this morning: We have re
ceived information from a reliable quar
ter of a well organized plot in Paris, in
the event of the inquiry before the court
of cassation proving favorable to Drey
fus, to foment a riotous outburst in the
French capital, to attempt to overthrow
the civil power and to assassinate the
leading champions of Dreyfus.
These reports are confirmed by inter
views had with M. Trarieux, former
minister of justice, and M. de Pres
sonso, foreign editor of the Temps, aa
well as others. The police have warned
those friends of Dreyfus to change their
residence temporarily or at least to
carry revolvers.
Mea, roes Threw
St. Louis, Nov. 8. A crowd of ne
groes, said to have been under the
guidance ofapolitecal party, invaded
the Hebrew district on Morgan street
last night, where for some time they
bombarded the buildings with stones
and injured a young Jewish women
named Esther Hymes and two men
unknown. When the bombardment be
gan families barricaded their doors and
the negroes were unable to enter. They
stoned a dozen stores and houses, de
molishing the windows and mutilating
the buildings. A large detachment of
police was sent to the scene of the riot
and dispersed the negroes, who fled so
rapidly that no arrests could be made.
Killed One and Captnred Two.
Worcester, Mass.. Nov. 8. Early
yesterday a posse of citizens of North
Grafton surrounded a gang of burglars
who had broken into a postoffice and
captured two and killed one of the rob
bers. They surrounded the postoffice
and found three men on the outside of
the building. Both the burglars and
citizens opened fire with revolvers and
after some brisk shooting the robbers
fled. Subsequently the dead body of
one of them, apparently a Frenchman,
was found in a field near by. Entering
the building two other burglars were
found and captured.
Ineendarles at Werk.
Emporia, Kans., Nov. 8. Fire sup
posed to have been kindled by incen
daries gave Emporia a bad scare yester
day afternoon. Within 15 minutes five
alarms were rung in. The wind was
blowing a gale and it was feared that
the city would be destroyed. There
were three separate fires, the most seri
ous of which destroyed the canning fac
tory and warehouse of L. W. Lewis,
part of Evans & Thomas' lumber yard,
seven box cars loaded with freight, in
cluding a carload of eggs and several
small dwellings. The aggregate loss is
about $50,000.
Prepare te Meve Senth.
Camp Meade, Middletown, Pa., Nov.
8. General Young has returned from
Washington and immediately began
preparations for the movement of the
troops south. The movement south will
begin Thursday next, when the Thirty
fifth Michigan and Third Connecticut
will start for Augusta, Ga. They will
be followed by one regiment on Friday
and one on Saturday, die latter to Sum
merville, S. O.
Mehmskane Safer Defeat.
Kansas City, Nov. 8. Nebraska
university foot ball 11, the champions
for the intercollegiate association, went
down yesterday before the strong team
of the medical college of Kansas City.
The Nebraakans not only lost their first
game on the season but lost it by the
very bad score of 24 to 0. The game
proved the best which has been seen ia
Kansas City this year.
Xnrder and Arsea.
Cleveland. Not. 8. Rn faml not
-last night in a box factory on the Flats.
rvnen tee ponce ana nremen arrived
and entered the building they found the
dead body of a man lying on the floor.
When the body had been taken to the
morgue two bullet holes were found in
it. The case is at present a mystery.
Lincoln, Nov. 8. Colonel William J.
Bryan did not reach Lincoln last night
as his friends expected, but he arrived
today in ample time to vote. Colonel
Bryan was not registered, but the city
derkhadhisoaiicate ready when be
Caxea. Inland of Crete. Nov. ft. Th
Turkish troops at Fetimo, having re
fused to leave that place, the Russian
admiral in those wauxs, following the
pie of Admiral Noel, the British
here, forciblv cohvbvmI
them cm board a transport.
Detroit, Nov. a A
Pelee Island, Oat, sm
F White, HaghHecker and hjstwn
stars were drowned yesterday from a
aaU boat between jTJagsville and Pelet
Mr has beam recov-
Republicans and Democrats
Both Claim Doubtful States
Three Cemered Fift-ht Gives Seaae Chance
Fer Democratic Candidate In That
Deaseerats Will Hake Ceacree-
Galnsln Several States Veto 1
Ohle Cleae ea Aceeaat of Factions.
New York, Nov. 8. The polls opened
at 6 o'clock a. m. and will close at 6
p.m. In Greater New York there are
1,513 election districts and in the rest of
the state 3,222.
Ckmgressman Odell predicts that Col
onel Roosevelt will have a plurality of
60,000 in the state. At Democratic
headquarters State Senator McCarren
said he was confident of VanWyck's,
election by a plurality anywhere frbnv
26,000 to 50,000. Claims as to the state
legislature were as widely at variance
as those regarding the state ticket, the
Republicans, honuvcr, evincing the
greater degree of confidence. No opin
ion as to the result in the congressional
districts could be elicited at either the
Democratic or Republican headquarters.
Each Has SaSlclent Votes.
Philadelphia, Nov. 8. Each of the
leading candidates, Stone (rep.), Jeuks
(dem.) and Swallow (pro. and' const,
govt.), will have a sufficient number, of
votes for election, according jojihe
claims of the respective party leaders.
Aside from these claims the county
representatives indicate a plurality for
Stone, the Republican candidate,- but
with the expected total of 1,000,000
ballots and possible cutting, this predic
tion maybe found incorrect. Jenks,
the Democratic candidate, has the.beue
fit of a harmonized party, the different
factional leaders having been brought
together in his support during the past
month or six weeks. In the congres
sional contests it is generally believed
the Democrats will be successful in four
or five districts now represented by Re
publicans. Mo Trouble at Wilmington.
Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 8. The
spirit of the whites is so determined and
their preparations for an emergency so
. thorough that there now seems small
probability of any general disturbance
here, though there may be trouble of a
minor nature in the First and Fourth
wards, where the negroes poll nearly all
their city vote. The focus of interest
now is the fight' for the state senator
ship, but without any other agency, it
is now conservatively estimated that a
sufficient number of negroes will remain
away from the polls to insure the elec
tion of the Democratic candidate.
Moreover, the Democrats have intimated
that they must have this senator and
this hint is full of meaning. There is
no change in the general outlook in the
state. Indications point unerringly toa
sweeping Democratic success.
Both Claim Mew Jersey.
New Yokk, Nov. 8. The situation is
extremely mixed and both sides claim a
sweeping victory in New Jersey. Fos
ter M. Voorhees, the Republican candi
date, claims he will be elected by 5,000.
The Democrats claim the state for Elvin
W. Crane for governor by from 7,000 to
12,000. Mr. Crane refuses to make an
estimate, but says he feels confident of
election. The legislature is in doubt.
The congressional elections, it is
thought, will show Democratic gains of
tWo or three iu the delegation of eight.
Claim Congressional Galas.
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. Leaders on both
sides are claiming gaina on congress
men in imio. xne Democrats claim a
close vote on part of the state ticket,
because of the factional feeling among
certain Republicans who opposed Sena
tor Hanna last January. The Republi
can plurality last year was 28,000 and
the Democrats claim gains on it as well
as on congressmen.
President Goes Home to Vote.
Washington, Nov. 8. President Mc
Kinley left Washington at 7:20 o'clock
last evening for Canton, O., where he
will vote on Tuesday. He will travel
on a special car and will be accom
panied by Mrs. McKinley, Assistant
Secretary Cortelyoi and General Rus
sell Hastings, who is a guest at the
white house. The president will arrive
at Canton at 10 o'clock Tuesday morn
ing and will leave for Washington at 2
o'clock in the afternoon, arriving about
7:20 a. m. Wednesday. The president
will receive the Associated Press bul
letins at all of the principal cities and
towns through which his train passes
en route to Washington.
Alaska Travel Stopped.
Port Townsbnd, Wash., Nov. 8. The
City of Topeka arrived last night from
Alaska, bringing 124 passengers. She
reports that heavy snow storms have
visited various sections of Alaska and
nearly all mining operations have been
suspended, except quartz mills located
near tidal water. On November 2 four
feet of snow fell on Chilcoot and White
passes, which completely put a step to
travel. Telephone messages from Lake
Linderman to Skagway announce that
about 400 persons are snowbound there.
Important te Bicycle Makers.
Milwaukee, Nov. 8. Judge Seaman,
in the United States court, yesterday
rendered a decision of importance to
manufacturers of bicycles. The court
holds, in effect, that any one who wishes
may engage in the manufacture of
wooden rims used for bicycle wheels, as
they are not now a patentable article.
The decision was rendered in dismiss
ing the complaint of the suits of the In
diana Novelty Manufacturing company
against the Crocker Chair company of
Cheyboygan and the Smith Manufac
turing company . ''
Charged With Embezzlement.
Keokuk, la., Nov. 8. George F. Fin
nerty, salesman for the Buck-Reiner
company, was arrested at Ottumwa yes
terday and brought here, charged with
embezzling $730. He says he lost it
with Ottumwa gamblers, but efforts to
make them give up the money have
M ystertoaa Disappearance.
Cedar Rapids, Nov. 8.' -Frank Kelly,
a young farmer living near the city,
mysteriously disappeared Sunday night
after leaving a note at the barn that he
was going to commit suicide. Nothing
has been found of him today. There is
no known oanse why he should end hu
Finally Digested.
It is said that an American went into
a London bookseller's and asked for
Hare's "Walks In London." In the
United States it is printed in one vol
ume, in England in two.
"Ob," said the Yankee as he looked
at them, "yon part your Hare in the
middle, do you?"
"L sir?" said the clerk, with a bewil
dered look. "Oh, no, sir!"
"I saw he didn't see the joke," said
the Yankee, "so I didn't eznlain. but
bought the books and went away. A
wsex laser l entered tne same shop. As
Seen as the Clerk Saw me he annrnarhfid
me, exclaiming: 'Good, capital! Part
your hair in the noddle? Tbsj's capital,
r -Anecaocaa.
England's Crack Regiments
Gathering In the West
Ceneeatrattag at Islaad of Xadal
Key te the Defense ef Italy Kamer
that England Will Prevent aayKeia
fereement of French Colonies Kasslan
Press Shews Bad reeling.
London, Nov. S. Great Britain's
preparations for armed conflict have
taken a remarkable turn. All troops in
the western district are mobilizing. The
mobilization containing as it does many
crack regiments, is looked upon as
highly important and significant.
Another striking index to the situa
tion is presented by the warlike prepar
ations being made in Italy, which
hitherto have been overlooked in the
rush of complications between England
and France and Russia. The Italian
warships have been ordered to concen
trate at the island of Magalena for "ex
traordinary maneuvers."
The Italian militate evidently be
lieves in a war between France and
England, and it declares that in such an
event the least Italy could do would be
to mobilize her navy and army. Mada
tena island, where the warships are
gathering, is the key to the maritime
defense of Italy.
There' is also the possibility that Ita
ly's activity is a hint to Russia, whose
agents have been irsVguing with the
sultanate of Rahelta, on the Red sea,
which has long been an Italian protectorate.-
A dispatch has been received from
Dover announcing that the French
northern squadron is about to sail from
Brest for a cruise. It is not known
whether this squadron intends to join
the French southern squadron at Toulon.
The British channel squadron is massed
at Gibraltar to watch for any such strat
egic attempt on the part of France.
It is reported throughout London than
Great Britain will be compelled to take
definite action if any reinforcements are
sent to the French colonies.
Dispatches from St. Petersburg state
that the St. Petersburg newspapers
show great irritation at England over the
settlement of the Fashoda affair, and
agree in declaring that her conduct will
arouse the powers interested in the free
navigation of the Suez canal to a com
mon discussion of the best means of
preventing the final establishment of
England in Egypt.
The Novosti says that since the Egypt
ian question is purely of an interna
tional character it must be solved by a
congress of the powers, which can pro
claim the perpetual neutrality of Egypt
under the protectorate of all the powers.
England Wants Colliers.
St. Johns. N. F.,'Nov. 8. The Brit
ish government telegraphed the colo
nial ministry today asking the number
and tonnage and capacity of steamers
available at this port to convey coal
from Sydney for the use of British war
ships. The cruisers Cordelia and Peli
can will be held at Sydney to capture
St. Pierre and protect St. Johns in the
event of war being declared. The crui
sers are also instructed to break the
French cable between St. Pierre and
Brest, France.
Evangelist Suicides.
Olathe, Kan., Nov. 8. Rev. R. E.
Howell, a traveling evangelist, com
mitted suicide here yesterday, taking
carbolic acid. The snicide followed a
disturbance in a boarding house, where
Howell forced his way into a room oc
cupied by Mrs. Cora Henderson of Co
lumbus, Mo., and her husband. Mrs.
Henderson eloped from Columbus with
the evangelist last spring, but she has
since returned and been forgiven by
her husband. When Howell intruded
upon them today a violent quarrel be
tween the men followed, in which the
woman took the part of her husband.
This fact caused the preacher's self-destruction.
Howell came here from De
catur, HI. He leaves a widow at Eu
reka, His.
How the Diamond Kins Saved the Bank
of Fraure.
A writer of stories about Barney
Baruato says, iu the Philadelphia Bul
letin, that there is a circumstantially
definite account of his presence iu Paris
during the commune of 1371. In the
utter break up of all social fabric he
fonnd his capacities of n paying order.
For there is little donbt that his was
the craft that enabled the shrewder
commnnardb' to realize the money need
ed to supply the sinews of war.
One ri-'y. during tho gloom and stress
of the government siege, the president
of the Bank of France was confronted
by an unkempt mob. The demand was
explicit. They wanted all the gold in
the bank's vaults. The spokesman
flourished a bloody saber and the mob
accentuated the demand by all sorts of
ferocious threats. It was in the height
of thi9 melee that a man who hud been
counseling the financial deputy of the
commune rode up, adorned by a red sash
and other insignia of the terrorists. He
made his way through the vociferous
throng and handed the governor of the
bank a large envelope. While the official
was reading it the besashed emissary
turned to the clamoring nomads and, in
a tongue unknown to the officials and
probably to many of the mob, addressed
them a few sentences. A singular event
followed. A dozen of the ringleaders at
once began haranguing the rioters. In
a few minutes every one of them with
drew. The besashed personage remained
in consultation with the governor and
when it was ended withdrew. An hour
later six covered wagons came to the
bank and were laden with bags such as
the bank always makes use of in trans
porting specie.
When Barnato appeared as the dia
mond king in South Africa, a sccro of
the communards, who bad fled from
France, were in exile in the region
where Barnato had cornered the mines.
One day in the plenitude of his afflu
ence he was waylaid, riding in the
Rand, by a company of miners. One of
them, by a few words, succeeded in
gaining his private ear. This man was
known as the most ferocious of the blood
thirsty gang who had taken part in the
killing of the hostages in La Roquette.
He recognized Barnato as the emissary
cent by the commune to the Bank of
France, and the knowledge enabled him
to get in on the ground floor of the dia
mond deal. The tale goes on to tell that
Barnato, who figured as Fejix Barnette.
had fallen desperately in love with a
figurante in the Folies Bergeres just as
the war of 1870 broke out; that be had
lingered iu Paris, became a member of
one of tho "Red" societies, exploited
the ardent patriotism of his coworkers
and succeeded in getting several mil
lions of the cash he had forced from the
Bank of France. The tale, whether
trpe or not, is by no means eo improb
able as the actnaj facts known in the
man's mastery of the African diamond
yields, for to do that he was forced to
put himself against such schemers as
Cecil Rhodes and to contend with
the "dour" shiftiness of the Boers, and
particularly with that astute old fox
p ucle Juuger.
the Coagressau
Said DM
Met Apply to Her.
"I know what 1 am talking about,'
remarked a member of congress, "when
I say that a congressman has trouble of
kis own. It's a fine thing to be a states
man and show up in the national pa
rade of greatness at the capital, bat
there's a good deal mere to it than that
And one of the things that is hardest to
bear is what they say about us. Why, a
lady can't come up here and, ask to see
a member that there aren't a half dozen
people to wink and sbaka the head and
lot more of the same to make him
wish all the women were in hades. Of
course there is some ground among us
for remarks, just as there is among
preachers and doctors and hod carriers
and everybody else human, and I know
a woman or two who fiud their chief
delight in trying to involve congress
men and other officials in any kind of a
flirtation that comes handy. They are
pretty and persuasive, and before a man
knows what he is about he is down in
the senate restaurant paying fur a luncn
and listening to some kind of a tale cf
"But they miss it now and then, and
I am glad to note an instance. A mem
ber from a northern state had been in
vited to call at the lady's hotel the next
day, and she had asked him to let her
know if he could come. He wrote, say
ing among other things, 'Tomorrow,
madam, I hope to see the loveliest wom
an in the whole world. ' Naturally she
was-pleased and told all the people
around the hotel about it. The next day
he did not appear, and the next she saw
him at the capitol and asked him what
he meant by treating her so.
" 'What did I dor' he asked inno
cently. " 'Ton said you were coming to see
me, ' she said, blushing ct the remem
brance of his words.
"'I think not.'
" 'Indeed you did, ' she insisted. 'You
said you would see the loveliest woman
in the world. ' and she blushed again.
" 'Oh, I beg your pardon, ' ho said,
smiling. 'I meant my wife. She just ar
rived yesterday.' " Washington Star.
Seme Details of Interest Becardlas; Its
Construction and Use.
The stroller along tho wharfs who
should see rising from the smokestack
of a big steamer a small and at the start
perfectly defined column of smoke which
seemed to come from a small smoke-
pipe within the big ono might wonder
if the great smokestack was filled with
smaller stack?, one for each boiler. As
a matter of fact it is not so filled, but
there is within it a smaller smoke pipo
called the donkey stack, which is tho
chimney for the boiler of the donkey en
gine, which is used when the vessel is
in port in hoisting cargo in and out. It
is from this pipe that the small column
of smoke is seen to issue.
The donkey stack is placed sometimes
against the forward inner side of the big
stack, sometimes against the after inner
side. It may be a complete pipe, or it
may be formed of iron in tho shape of
half a pipe, with flanges riveted to the
main pipe.
If a single one of the large boilers
were used, as it might bo when the ship
is in port, it might be connected with
the donkey stack, but in their regular
and common arrangement and use the
uptakes of all these boilers run into tho
great chimney, whoso whole interior is
open, except for the braces running
across it to strengthen and support it
The chimneys of all large steamships,
however, and of many other steam ves
sels as well are built double, with an
inner and an ontcr shell, with a space
between varying according to the size
of the vessel. It may be from five to ten
inches. The primary purpose of this
chamber around the smokestack is to
afford ventilation for the engine room
and the stokehole. In at least ono mod
ern passenger ship ventilating pipes
from the passenger quarters have been
carried to these chambers. Incidentally
the space between the shells helps to
Keep tne stack siglitly, for tnus con
structed the chimney is cooler on the
outside than it would otherwise be, and
so it holds paint the better. New York
A Trade Secret.
"Ob, Mr. Scannerton, " she exclaimed
effusively, "I have been waiting to see
you! I wanted to tell you how much 1
appreciate that poem you had in the
latest issue of The Cerebrum Magazine. "
"Yon mean the one that begins:
"Through the turgid depths we plod and plow
And clamber on, we know not how,
To find the goals that promised rest
But weary h tar ting points at beat."
"Yes," she answered, with dreamy,
downcast eyes. "I like that. And it gets
better as you go en. It gets very much
better. There were parts of it that I
could hardly understand at all."
"Oh, yoa flatter me!"
"No, indeed. You ocght to do more
things like that. Yoa ought to write in
a more dignified measure and be pro
found, yon know. I like that so much
better than the&e little things that sound
as if they were done offhand. Yet 1
know there must be a great temptation
to do that kind of work."
"There is," was the answer. "I very
narrowly escaped making this one sound
"Tell me how."
"I had to send the thing away in a
hurry. I didn't have time to make it
sound offhand." Washington Star.
The simplest public railroad now op
erated ia thought to he one between
Atami and Odawara, in Japan. It is a
narrow gauge road and is run by man
power. The cars have seats for four
persons each, who sit back to back. A
train consists of two or three cars and i
drawn nphill by half a dozen coolies.
Bow It Happened.
"Look here, yonug man," said the
The clerk did not have to be told that
he had made a mistake. He knew it
long before. Indeed he had figured ii
out for himself and was able to tell jusl
how it happened.
"You have charged only 75 cents foi
this prescription," asserted the drug
gist, "and the regular price is $1."
"I admit it," said the clerk. "Tht
fact is I was rattled. Yon see, I mad
a hasty calculation as to the cost of th
ingredients, and the result was 3 centf
Instead of 4 as it should have been.
That is how t happened. "rChicagc
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lean tea Thl Kins Yw Haw Maps JagM
of f&tf7&&jUu
In tho district court of I'lattn county, Nebraska.
Iu the matt it of tli.t rotate of Andy Duvany,
THIS CAUSKcnnw on for liwirini: upon I fin
petition of Lacky Dtiiuuy aail (Jim (!.
Heritor, t-xi-cutors of tho estate of Anly Dvany,
dccettMHl. praytnt: for license to sell tho follow
ing dettcrtlied renl etttate ttitttattsl in Htitler
county, Nebraska, to it: Tho north half of
Miction nineteen, in tounnhip nixtttu north, of
range on ant of the Sixth orincinal meridian.
and the north half or the eonthtrest quarter of
wiid section nineteen, or a mifficient amount of
the same to briutc the hunt of $2,T0O.0O for th
uajntent of the legacies riven anil betincathed
by the last will and testament of oaid Andy
Devanf , deceased, and the debts outstanding and
allowed against said estate and the cobtaof ad
ministration, there not being sullicient perbonal
property to pay the said legacitw, debts and
It is therefore ordered that all imtmoiiu inter
ested in said estate apiiear before me, at the
court room in the ronrt house iu the city of
t'olnmbua. Platte county, Nebraska, on the 10th
day of December, 1WH, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, to show canw; why a license should
not be granted to said executors to soil the
above described real estate of t-aid deceased or
so much thereof as shall bo necesary to iay said
legacies, debts and expends.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this
order be published for four successive weeks in
The Coi.umbbm Journal, a newspaper publish
ed in the city of Columbus, Platte county,
Dated this lith day of October, 1SHS.
Willi m Marshall,
19 oct 4 Judge of the District Court.
In the connty court of Platte county. Nebraska.
Din the matter of the estate of Maria Gran
der, deceased. Notice of final settlement and
To the creditors, heirs, legatees anil others in
terested in the estate of Maria Grander, de
ceased. Take notice, that Jacob Uchwank has filed in
the connty court a report of his doings as ad
ministrator of the estate of Maria Grander,
deceased, and it is ordered that the same6tand
for hearing on the 24th dxy of November, ld,
before the court at the hoor of 9 o'clock a. m.,
at which time any person interested may apiiear
and except to and ccntest the same.
This notice is ordered given in Thk Columbus
Journal for three consecutive weeks prior to
the 21th day of November, 1!j98.
Witness my hand and the seal of the county
court at Colombo this 1st day of Novem
ber, 1698.
T. P. UoaisoN,
2 nov 3 County Judge.
Sealed bids will be received by the Hoard of
Supervisors of Platte county, Nebraska, for the
cash rental for the term of one year from March
1. 1899, of the connty poor farm, consisting of
240 acres, described as follows: The wH of seU
and the sw!i of section 29 township 13 range 1
Bids will also be received for the board, wash
ing and the proper care and accommodation of
the inmates of the poor house locatedon said
farm, as may be there from time to time.
Bids should be by the acre for the use of the
land, and by the week for the care of the inmates
of the honse, and must be filed with the under
signed on or before Saturday, Nov. IP, 1?.), at 4
o'clock p. m. .
The possevsion of the farm to tie given March
1, l!j&9:the successful bidder will be reo,uirel to
furnish a good and eurKcient bond in the ram of
$1000.00 for the faithful performance of the con
tract. The lessee will be entitled to such service
as can reasonably be performed by said Inmates.
The board reserves the right to reject any and
all bids.
By order of the Board, Sept. 28. 1699.
19 Oct. 4t G. W. Phillips,
County Clerk.
To Chicago aad the East.
Passengers going east for business, will
naturally gravitate to Chicago as the
great commercial center. Passengers
revvisitinp friends or relatives in the
eastern states always desire to "take in"
Chicago en route. All classes or passen
itm will find that the "Short Line" of
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
... o rtmaTio nnrl CVinncil JBlnffs.
affords excellent facilities to reach their
destinations in a manner tnat ynu oe
sure to give the utmost satisfaction.
A reference to the time tahles will in
dicate the route to be chosen, and, by
asking any principal agent vest of the
Missouri rirer far a ticket over the
Chicago, Council Bluffs & Omaha Short
Line of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway, you will be cheerfully
furnished with the proper passport via
Omaha and Chicago. Please note that
all of the "Short Line" trains
Chicago in ample time to connect with
the express trains of all the great through
ear lines to the principal eastern cities.
For additional particulars, time tables. I - ,. . .
maps, etc., phWcall on or address P.'Boothwt e' "tk ai KoHh
Af Nash, Gjefsrsi Agent, Osiaha, Neb, jBbi Coisxbo, Mbnusxa.
Bought, mmA which has hee
has boree the stgaatare of
has beca naade musier hia aer
rapervisie; siace its iafaacy.
bo oae to deceive you iu this.
Signature of
heneiical courses of study ever offered -to
Itn Kind Yon Haw Always Bg,1
Sale hills,
Hand IhIIh,
Note heads.
Letter hoadu.
Meal ticket y,
Legal hlankH,
Visiting eardw,
Milch cheeks,
Business cards,
Dnnco invitations,
Society invitations, -
Wedding invitations, -Or,
in short, anv kind of
Call on or address, Journal,
Columbus. Neli ran kit.
TlM Kind Yw Haw Always Boi-gftl
piiopHirroii or run
Omaha Meat Market
Fresh, and
Salt Meats.
Game and Fish in Season.
J&-Higheet market
Hides and Tallow.
price3 paid for
We Carry Coffin?. Caskets and
Metallic Caskets Burial
Robes, Etc.
W. A. McAllister.
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