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V PUI1SEOF WESTERN \ PROGUESS
Rich Odd Fiel s of AI sk ana the Way to
Beach Tem ,
GREAT RUSH EXPECTED IN Till SPRIfG
AIIII Clmnlo on the Cant t-GIRnce nt the
Illrrllr ft the I'nmol Wind , Cft % ' ,
nt lint - ot
Ilt ! Illlls-Seln
the 'Vcst ,
From the point 'here suppleE nre landed
In the ) Interior ot Alaska , Inllan packers anll
dog sledges arc extensively u8ed , for there
arc few reindeer UII there , and tim dogs arc
mln'l olly frellher , but they are tough
and strong , anti can ! O n great dlstanco and
drnw a hCIVY heat without nny food except a
few frozen flie ali occasionally a little corn
meal or bread.
"Jnnenu Is the ; genrl\ \ outfitting point for
nearly nil parts of the Interior of Alaska , "
says n 'fncomn dispatch ! to the Chicago
Ieconl , quoting Mr. T. J. Quinn , [ prom I- '
nnt trader who Ims lived In Alaska over
, ; ven 3ears. "A fer securing nn outfit nt
Juneau the next objective point Is i Chlcot , or
Dynhi , which can be reached by small steamers -
ers , ot which there ore a number plying bet -
twecn Juneau nll Chicoat , anll occaslonal\ )
they go to Chihikat. By leaving Juneau Ih
March or April the cost ot packing Is greatly
leBsefleti . The route followed to get Into the
( Yukon country Is across the Chlcoot pnss.
The greatest quantities of coarse ghl are
now being talln 'from Forty- lo creek and
IR two branches , known as Davis creek and
Slxt- lle creel A large number of clolm I
, hove been located along these streams withIn I
the loat two seasons , end some very rich
strlteR 11'0 looked for In that section of the
countr ) 1icro Is I a very large oreo at terri
tory In the Yukon country that has ne\'el
been eXlllored or proslleetell ( , and the yield b
practically In1mltol. ,
Two new routes Into this country have
been projected , one hy way ot the Chlkat
river and the other byvny or Mooro's vase ,
over which I good pack trail Is to bo built
next summer. Both 'r these routes lead
tram Juneau Into the Yukon vale ) and wil
1m inure deslrnhle In many respects than the
) "M3ny persons regard Alaska os a region
of prrpotual snow and Ice , with no summer
and no vegetation . hut that IR because the
. country Is so little known. The climate of
Sltm and other towns along the coast Is
very similar to the climate of Tacoma , Seat-
tie and Portland. 1 may he I trifle colder ,
hut not much . I Is never so cold there as
I Is In Nel York or Chicago. The summers
are always cool and Illeaant. There Is a
great Ieal at rain at Slka and all points
along the coast during the winter and a por-
tion of the fall and spring but the summer
Is dry and the sunshine very brIght. In the
Interior I Is much colder , but It Is a dry
cold , that Is Invigorating . and os persons are
prepared for It they do not surer from the
cold Numerous vegetables are raised at
Sltla I ho coast. , Juneu'rangel and other points on
WIND CAVE WONDEHS.
"Tho rooms In Wind Cave lay Inters
tiers , over one another , " says George
A. Stohler , the postmaster at Wind
Cave , In writing to a friend In Iowa.
"We have found eight tiers so far , and the
cave Is like elht-stcry hou9 : each tier
ofr , ' chambers having a different formation.
'Vo' have also been about GOO feet beneath the
surface. We compare the care to a huge
sponge. two miles square and 600 feet high ,
all dried out \0 have formations found In
no place In the world outside Wind Cave.
A. One Is the boxwork that ycu saw. There Is
-V' no geological name for It , and I Is so named
tbf on account ot Its resemblance to box s , The
r J Drlde's chamber Is the frst room and Is
' 1 165 feet below the entrance. The fIrst large
room Is the postcmcc . beIng about . 300xGO
feet , with a beautiful dome about eighty fet
high. The room takes its name tram the
box formaton on the ceiling . also from the
sides , wherz vIsitors leave theIr cards. TIle
fled hal has I very red formation , and the
White roem Is perfectly white. The Devil's
Lookout Is a crevice sixty feet high and
very narrow. This scenery defies the
. - grande scenery In SwItzerland for beauty.
e white the Queen's drawIng room Is hung with
curtains and tapestry and decorated fine
enough for the most exacting queen. The
M thodlst church Is a beautiful chamber with
dome and arches and supporting pillars .
Willie all Is covered with the most delicate
tinted boxwork. This room was dedicate
by Dr. Iaueher , president at Black His
cohiege . and now Is a regular chapel. I Is
ono mile from the entrance , and about 240
feet beneath Music sounds delightful , and
uearly all parties sIng a hymn or two before
leaving the room . Capital hal Is the larg-
- est room on the short route , containing about
threeQuarters of an ' acre , with the ceiling
sixty feet high. Two large lamps light each
end , and the effect Is grand. In the Amphitheater -
theater wo find the Masonic goat , also the
scenes and music at the Midway Plaisance.
In Turtle pass wo step over an Immense
turtle. Fallen flats are two miles from the
entrance , and 3W feet beneath , being In the
sixth tier of chambers From here we
ascend Cliff Clinibers' Delight . a distance of
sixty fet to FIve Points W. C. T. U. hal
was dedicated by MrR. Emma ICranmnmer
IJresldent of lime I South DJkota 'omen's Chris-
tan Temperance union The Garden of Eden
Is then found two ali one-hal miles from
the entrance and about 176 feet beneath.
The room contains about half an acrQ , and Is
made up at domes , beautiful alcoves and
fairy-like grotos , all covered and c03ted with
a pure whlo and pink frost work , some beIng
50 delicate that a hreath would destroy It.
This Is , or would be . a paradise for fairies ,
' , and one always goes awaYwlh a feeling that
he has not cnough. The Corkscrew path
winds around DII down over 100 feet to
Danto's Inferno , which Is a dark and deep
rocky pit , and one can almost Imagine seeing
the Imp of Darkness at the bottom. "
COTTONWOOD GOLD DISTRICT .
Time excitement anent the sell discoveries
In the Cottonwood
distrIct Is by no means
abating and WIS only lutensled by I strike
In the Due Jay A vein of quartz eight
Inches In width was encountered , sample
from which showed up very rich , says the
f Salt Luke herald Assays wi bo made and
, the value of the rock determined ,
Gold City has sprung Into existence , the
townslo being platted , 160 acres In all , with
. streets , alloys amid avenues. Boarding hous03
and stores will ho ereetell at once anti even
the inevitable saloon Is already contemplated
Prospectors are very plentful all over the
country , at least fIfty or sixty being on the
Ground , wlulng In time snow looking for
precious metals A party of Sal hikers ,
among \\Om Is City Treasurer Duke , have
virtually located everything In I"ergus " canyon
and are very sanguine of success.
Every one Is Ilshhlg development as fast
a. Ilosible , The owners at the Mayflower
are opening It UII as rallhly as can be lone
Mr Dalton Is going aheall on the New State
company's Gold hhlI. ! The vein Is thought
.to bo dllllllng , and It may bo tlmree or four
. day before It Is crossetl.cut. However , some
good ore II being tl'en out and sacked for
Owing to a mlsundortndlng as to the
boundarlel ot time mining district , those op-
crating In the nelghborhoO ho decided ' 10
amend the by-Iawl to read so as to attach
all properties fouth of Wiow Creek to
Little Cottonwood. A meetng was called for
that purpose lt foul huh cabin , but , Inasmuch
.s Recorder Stewart was not present , It was
deemed best not to take acton , It being pre.
sunned that h& had not received definite no-
tce.Ils Ilrollosod to have the recorder located
at Gold City If 10Slbl , reI the convenience
of Prospectors . for when the snow shall lave
melEd I rush . anticipated .
EX.OOVEHNOI GILI'IN'S PIOPI ECY.
Time late exaovernorS'Iihlzmmn Gipin , In
'whoso hone GIlpin county was named ,
prollheslo about fifty years ago that Colo-
redo would In titus be the richet state In time
union. lie lived to fee tt Ilrophecy almost
fUlfled , says time Denver Republican , and
It was a source of great gratification to him
' to point to Gipin county a the richest piece
o territory ot time saml sIze In the world.
And he would say II speaking of I : "Not
one-tenth of Its territory has been vrospected
Wal untl the golden wealth ot all the hlil
hl ben exposed to view by the sturdy
miner , and then time worll wi behold what
4 , I ha never Been before "
No ole doubts the wisdom ot the words
t , .pkeD by OoverDor OlplD , but 10 one ex-
' 1 _ _
poets to live to see the time when there Is no
more vacant land upon which the prospector
may Beck for new viens. The county has
been Prospected for thlrty-nvo years , yet not
one-tenth of I has been taken up. New die-
coverles are being made continually , and the
ohl mines are not playing out , although the
deepest mines In the state are located there.
H It had not been for the gold mInes the
Denver & Gulf road would never have been
bui Into Gipin county. The Investment
however , was one of the best the manaRe-
mont ever made , and the Increasing business
speaks well for the prosperity of the connty.
DE P MINING PAYS.
Ororge n , Gwynn reports the new strike
In the Wheeler at the head of the Plate as
consisting of a good body of ore , running
tram nineteen to fifty ounces In gold , says
time Alma hitmlhetin. A cropping ot this ore
was found In working this mine years ago ,
but development work hn since failed to
re\'C1 the treasure until I was uncovered by
leasers a little more than a week ago. The
ore \ In porous porphyry and lime rock ,
and with the Wheeler's location at consider-
able depth below time great mountain ore
chambers that hava been struck above the
gulch level this strike may meal lot only
tile proving at n great mine In time Wheeler ,
but a solution of the location of tbo richer
are levels In time consolidated Montgomery
district , the entire geological rormn- i
tion of which Is netted with veins or honeycombed -
combed wlh'aluablo ore bodies.
The upper formations arc of varying grades ,
'ni of pay character under prollect treatment ,
whlo sOle of them have proven rich enough
to yleM ) ) liiiiofls. The proof of extremely
high grade ores existing at greater depth , a
condilon always prophesied , appears to be
fully establ hell In this case , and In such anent
event It wi result In heavy development Investment -
vestment In that section In the spring , as
lmitess capital has been only waiting for
some such prof. This working being prac-
tcaly on the divide between Alma and Lead-
rule . between the heads of the Plate and
Arkansas rl'es. renders the location excep-
tonaly favorable for the attraction of ) ublc
attention and Interest , and furnishes one of
the many additional Indications that Alma
camps are certain to como In for their full
shnro ! the gold exciement next summer
Alma camps already have time ore In sight
to run dozens of mils and at the same time
keep UII a brisk shippIng ot high gold smelting -
ot what Is
The shipment at a train load
supposed to bo very high grade ore from the
Illependence was I surprise to those who
thouht they were vested on every Important
piee of mining news In time camp says a
C'riimple Creek special to time Denver News. I
The men In charge of the mine have stoutly
denied that any ore was being savell for a
special shl11meul. They claimed that ore
which averaged $ \00 \ per ton , wlthoul sorting .
was good enough. Still for time past six
weeks a few men at odd times hnve been seen
In the ore house sacldug the high grdo syl-
\ 'anite. Quartz which did not run over fifty
ounces In gold was not .saved . Assays were
made on every few sacks of this high grade
ore and It Is reliably reported that the aver-
ago was over $ 5O0O per ton. In the month
at January more ore was sent to the smelters
and mills than In any month In the hltory
of the camp. I the value of the product
did not reach time millIon mark It was not
far from . It.
smmp MOUNTAIN PROSPECTS
Hecent developments In the Sheep mountain -
tain district on Crystal river , tlmim'ty-flve
miles from Carbondaie show some very grt- I
Irylng results. The Hoosier Mining company - I
pany and the Sheep Mountain Mining corn-
pony have recent ) male strikes that have I
given new le to the distrIct , says the Den- I
ver News , and promise to bring a boom to
that section when the spring opens. In the
Hoosier property an eighteen-Inch vein or
ore has been opened up ; which assays two to
seven ounces gold and -50 to 600 ounces sl-
ver to time ton. Time owners are elated over
their recent strike , and are preparing to
push operatIons as soon as the season will
permtt. The Sheep Mountain Tunnel and
Mining company has been steadily pushing
Its tunnel ahead fa three years. and at times
time task ahead of them seemed Insurmount-
able but by perseverance the tunnel Is now
In 2.000 feet wih GOO feet of drifts. The I
breast of time tunnel Is In shippIng are , .
which Is undoubtedly the Black Queen vein
of which the mining world knows. The
Black Queen has shipped consIderable are In
years past but Is lt present shut down on
acco'unt of litigation. The Sheep mountain
tunnel t will open' up a portion of this vein
wJllch ) Is free from litigation , and It Is the
plan at the owners to resume shlpmlts early
In the spring. The Crystal River railroad
has token on new lIfe . and preparations are
being made to complete It. This piece of
road starts from Carbondale , on the Aspen
branch ot time Rio Grande rand , and Is pro-
jected up Crystal rIver tlmirty-flve mIles. Thirteen -
teen miles of track have been laid and eighteen -
teen miles ot grade completed. Operations
were suspended In 1893 on account of the
panic , but from reliable sources I is learned
that time company Is prepared to push the
road to completion. ThIs branch road will
also open up extensive coal and marble beds
In addition to handling the low grade ores
whIch would not pay with other means of
transportation. At present there Is three
feet of snow over the district , and the ground
will he covered until April 1. This dIstrIct
18 generally known as the Rock Creek mining
district and lies In Gunnison county twenty
fliles from Crested Butte and twenty4iyo
miles by rail from Aspen.
DE LAMAR MINES SOLD
Captain J. D. De Lamar the well known
mining operator , bas parted wih his stock
In the Do Lamar group of mines In Soutl-
western Idaho , whIch was Boll to London
capital In 1892. on I report made by Prof.
Tiden of the Colorado School of MInes. The
Da Lamar stock Is now held In Paris and
London , three-fourths In time ' former city
01\1 one-fourth In the latter . says the Den-
ver Nols , I Is expected that Captain De
Lamar will use his released capital In do-
veloplng 11s gold mines In southern Nevada ,
and In constructing the proposed railroad
from these mines to a connection with the
Salt Lake end Los Angeles road with which
nect the Denver Short . Line will ultimately con-
The transfer of the Do Lamar stock to
Paris was an Incident of time recent activity
In time London market , where $2,000,000 of
French capital was Invested In one week
The last report from time De Lamar Is dated
December 31 , 18:1. : I gives the details of
work for time month of November , showing
the value of gold produced at time mills to
be $45,501.16 , ald time value of sliver $ 20-
161.9. The value of the smelting ore reached
$12,529.H ! , making time gross earnings for the
month $18,202.04. A" eexpsaes for the
month reached $31,013,34. leaving I profit of
$41,1SS.69 , or over GO per cent of the gross
OUTLET FOR YANKTON ,
During the pst two weks consIderable
railroad news has developed , which indicates
that active operations to complete time Yank-
ton , Norfolk & Southwestern may he expected -
pcted wihin sixty days. says the Sioux Falls
Argus-Leader. . Three Ilferent crporations
are calculatng time alivanliles to bo derived
from completing this road , which Is now
nearly graded to Norfolk and the people
of Norfolk are In a positon to control the
situation If they desire to . and they can ma-
tonally aid In bringing two more roads Into
timer : town It they want these additions , The
Yankton , Norfolk & SouthwCtern controls
the best grade and owns conslderablo of the
land through which Its road Is graded I
has been rumored that the precinct ot Aten ,
Neb. , opposie Yankton hn offered , er wIll
offer , a bonus of $2G,000 to the Great Norther
If that roall whl locate fhcps at their town ,
and It Is not ImprobJble that they may do
lll : a soon as they commence worle across
the river. 1"01 the frt year , at least a
transfer bOlt will have to be operated and
I would be much cheaper and moro con\'enl.
eat to have their shops located on the Ne
IMMENSE BODY OJ' PAY ORAVEL.
Five dollars per yard pay In gravel Is con-
'sldered something Immense . but when the
amount reaches $ per yard It Is somethln
that most miners would grow wild over I
Possessed with such an Inimeritance. From
what was stated to a reporter for Time Denver
Times by J , N , Clark . an old California
placer miner who Is operating a gravel bank
for George Valley and other railway officials '
interested wlh him , It looks al If somelhlng
better than an Independence hl fallen Into
their Iouelion In New Mexico , The placer
ground la located ohm the Taos river and con-
slst8 of 300 acres of 0 mesa ef gravel through
which the Tea rive has cut to a depth of
GO feet and the gravel has pay all the way
dowl I was abut two or three months
ag that lr , Valley and otberl Intertst
with him took a quiet trip to the district ,
and when they cme back Mr. Clark who Is
considered al expert , went down for them
to Inspect the grounds and 01 lila return ad-
vise them to nlak the purchase ot the en-
tire ground. A small mny was
formed , In which Mr. Clark took
nn interest also , and among ethers
who participated In time purchase of
the bonanza wtro 1. Arthur Johnson of the
Union Pacific freight department , Alex
Campbell of the lurln ton and George Hok-
nell , George Valery also holing qulo n
large Interest. Since that time Mr. Clark
has ben prospecting the claim for two
months , employing several men , and on arriv-
Ing In the city handed to the men Interested
fine Homilies of shot gold pronounced to be
ot a superior quality. Time veteran pros-
pector then told his companions that ho had
Ilrospectc the gravel all the way down to
the bed of the stream , and statell thot It
would and did pan all the way from $5 to
$ O per yard , They were satisfied all time
time that the ground was rich , they said ,
but It had never been thoroughly prospected ,
and time surprise at the announcement ot tIme
expert was most completc. ! r. Cark recommends -
mends that a h'draulc plant he put In place
at once , and the company has agreed to 110
so. The ground covered by the company's
claims extends for a distance at two miles
along the river Taos , anti Is near the line ot
the Rio Grande raiway ,
NEW MEXICAN PlACEHS.
This town Is situated on the norther slope
of the Ortez range of . mountains , and at the
base Is located the ohl pIncrs which have
been worked more or less for the last sixty
years , and are now being worked consider-
ably by both Americans and Mexicans , says
1 Dolores special to the Denver News The
process Is by what Is here termed try wash-
Ing. The machin Is similar to thl ohl-fash-
toned fanning mill for separating the grin
from the clinIC. No water Is use In the
olIraton , either In washing or cleaning UII
the gold. Time gold , as a rule , Is coarse and
easily saved There Is no big money lu It.
The most of the miners are nt work enRich
Rich lull , a newly discovered camp , about
ono and a hal unties north or the town , Time
gold , botb In pincer and quartz seems to lie
In ackets , both In the rock and In the dirt.
A party from Trinidad , COlO. , In doing as-
sessment work , struck I vein of are running
UOO to $500 lIeI ton.
A car load of ore has just been shipped
from the Cunnlnham mine as a test , and
It . It yields as expected , the Ortez stamp mil
wi b started 10 running on the ore The
other star II mi has jnst been started by
parties from Albuquerque running ore from
San Pedro , from their own mine.
There Is no better country tb prospect In ,
with any better assurance of success , than
hcre.1tTHEH BEL' OP TiE WOHLD.
E. 1. Suydam an old San Juaner , came
In from Ilountlary Il. C. , anti put UII at the
St. Jnmes , says the Denver News.
Boundary , the new hope of the
hrosinector Is located just across timeline
line In Briish Columbia but the mal poInt
Is at Marcus , Wash. A large minerai belt
Is central at Boundary . the camps of Smultim's ,
Atwood Skylark Greenwood , Deadwood , Cail-
Imer lelOI and Raster being within a radius
or ten mie of that place. The new distrIct
Is just north of the Colvie Indian reservation -
ton of the United States aOl west of the
famous Kootenai country of tIme Irltsh
Ilossessions. I'rof Louis AgassIz declared
that the great mother belt of the world
wonll be found somewhere along the line
between the United States and British Columbia -
lumbia , and Mr. Suydam thinks that ho has
"suro found it. " lie has several sacks of
fno are from that country that he expects
to open and exhibit to his friends.
Mr. Suydam Is an old Coloradoan being
the builder of the Santa Clara mill at Rico
and having put In the first set of square
timbers that went Into the San Juan mine .
those placed In the Wabash. At one time
he owned time Puzzle extension at Rico and
took out large quantities of ore lie lived
quiet ) In Denver for about five years after
leaving the San Juan and then the "quartz
fever" reasserted Itself , and he heft for time
northwest. The Spokane & Norther raIlroad -
road Is reaching out toward the new distrIct -
trIct , beIng now within sixty mIles.
THE SAN JOAQUIN ROAD.
Already over $2.000.000 has been sub-
scribed by San Francisco capitalists toward
the stock ot the prospective railroad through
the Son Joaquin valley , and the peop'e of that
section Ire bubbling over wih joy says the
San Francisco Cal I means Increased bus-
Iness to San Francisco , but It Is life to them.
The freight schedules of the Souther Pa-
chIle mayo ben a twoeged knife to the pee-
pie at time valley. They have Imposed such
burdens on the valley products that the net
proceeds ot grain and fruit grown In San
Joaquin , Stanislaus , Merced , Fresno , Tulre
and Kern have heretofore been divide Into
two vortions-one for the grower and one for
the carrIer who tack the crop to market-
and quite oren the later was the larger of
the two Simultneously the valley former
has had to pay two prIce for everything he
wanted-imis tools , his furniture his clothea
hIs groceries , his supplies at aU kinds , one
price representing tine normal value of time
goods In the great markets. at the country
and another price , representing the cost of
hauling the gocds from the place of produc-
ton to Sacramento , Stockton or Los Angeles ,
and thence to the place of coimsumption.
These two burdens have heIghtened the cost
of production throughout time valley , while
simultaneously reducIng its profits.
The effect of such a revolution on land
values In the valley can hardly bo exagger-
ated. The history of that section of the
state has been a series at violent fuctua-
Lions. About thirty year ago wheat land In
San Joaquin and Stnislaus could hardly be
saId to have a value In m ne ) Ten years
afterward It made its owners millionaIres . If
they had enough of it. At one time people
who loaned money on Fresno property
charged oft the loan to profit and loss ; a few
years afterward tha raisin Industry was horn
and the lens were paid , prlnchal and Inter-
est. I Is not easy today to borrow money on
, Improved land In time valley. Let the new
rood be built and the valley towns will he
full of lenders seeking to place their funds
Cedar county teachers meet at Laurel
on March 9.
Howard county tesehers will meet at St.
Paul on Saturday next .
Fred Luchsinger , a Columbus wIne and
spIrit dealer , has made a voluntary assign-
L. C. Todd of Nehawlca Is losing a fine herd
of Poland China hogs through time ravages
ot the cholera .
Hartngton Baptists arc preparing to erect
a very neat and comfortable parsonage as
soon as time frost breaks up. '
The eleventh annual fair ot the Done
County Agricultural assoclat'on wIll bl hehl
at Albion on September 11 , ,12 and 13 next
Fred Socimner aged 17 , Is missing from
iiartingt'on. He was wearing a new hluelsh
overcoat alul Is under time medilm helht.
htei Willow county fair will be heM on
the four days immediately preceding the open-
log of time state fair , September 9 , 10 , 1
II. P. mom has ben before Judge lisle
at David City for having collected an order
for $2 at the point of a revolver from Mel
Genoa Is claimIng extraordinary Immuniy
from fires. During the past eight year there
hal been but one In which the damage exceeded -
ceeded $ \00.
Slxt.slx conversions have been elected
during the revIval meetings at the Methodist
church at BmwoOI and forty-six persons
imavo Joined the church.
John harvey , a resident at Spencer , was
kicked In the head by his team whie he was
tending I In the livery stable lt O'Nei. le' '
Is not thought to halo ben dangerously imtmrt ;
Conrad hoffman , In old soldier living at
Central Ciy , has ben robbed of I large number -
ber at chlelens. One mornln he found the
hedl of thirteen of them IYlg on hIs door-
Edith : M. Pray and Mr. E. Dordwel have
retired from time publication or the Hartng-
ton Leader anl lr , Z. M , Baird , who was
formerly engaged In newspaper work In that
city , has taken charge.
Br Brown ot Inllanoia II suggesting that
time autimorities should have all clothing receIved -
ceIved by the relief comllslon thoroughly
Ilslnreted before It Is distribute to time luf-
ferlng , to avoid the danger of Infection .
Sidney has had a test made ot the stone
found In time vIcinity of time city , and the re-
stilt shows Its strenGth to b greater than
that of any stone found along the Inc of rime
Union Pacific . From time results of this test
the city Is building great hope at being able
to secure the location ot one If the vern-
ment's prisons for which approprlatols have
already ben made.
There Is I farmer In Merrlcl county ,
says the Central City Nompareli , who owns
320 acres of land , the greater portion of
which Is under cultivation , and who Is draw-
log n good pension , whl Is clamoring today
for state aid This same farmer belong
to thal great class 'f time human family
who were born t\dl lie Is healthy and
robust , but does not perform one Ilay's
manual labor f weokwlrlng the year. These
are tIme kind of mll tlt } Impose upon the
generosity of others ' Could thle man ro-
celve aid he would 1tl put In five acres
of crop If ho had q do the work himself ,
but let a conventiom " called and you will
find him farming on 1" extensive scale ,
Oskalooso's Impro\'e'imets for 1894 aggregate -
gate $319,450. .
CItizens of Cihntqn and ' Lyons are agitating -
Ing consolidation ot the , two cities ,
The total cost ot hirovlng ! and extending
time water works nt rtn brook I $5.36t The
sale of time hands neLted$1,975 $ , leaving a bal-
anCD ot $3S9 yet due. , .
Cerra Oorlo cqun \ "s board ot supervisors -
visors , after n full investigation or the
charges ot fraud against the county nudltor ,
have vindicated time omcer.
The Iowa Intercollegiate Base Ball league
lias arranged its schedule of games so that
Cornel p a's wIth Iowa college April 21 and
with the State university May 3 , both games
at Mt. Vernon.
Fort Madison school board has decided to
submit n 11roposlton for Lime Issuance of
$3.000 worth of bonds to the voters nt the
coming election for the purpose of ercctng
a high school buid In ,
Major W. T. Sewnrd , who has been sen-
tencell to tea th for participating In time In-
surrccton In Ilwnl , Is the only brother of
Irs. C. W. Single of Falrileld . lie was a
resident thelo during his rounger days.
Frank Collins . a young fnrmer living cast
at Geneva was seve ! InJurel1 by a btmil .
When Collins went Into the barn time bull hail
broken loose ami made a rush at him , knock-
ins him down and tramping hint under foot.
Prank Fell , a farmer living three miles
front Clnremmce and who has been In poor
clrcumstanccs for some . tme , was gladdened
a few dars ago t ) receivIng I check for
$10,000 from a wealhy Phlallelphla rela-
Kate Eberle , who was lost from her tribe.
the Sac and Fox Inilans In 1832 , all hums
been n reshlent of DUbuque since , was last
week awardell 672.08 by the government.
, This Is her share ot the trust fld or the
Martin Baskins , the grDul Juror who was
found Ieal Wlverly on the railroad track
In an Incolscious condition , has recovered
sufcIenty to tel the circumstances. Two
traml13 Imoltd him down In the road . He
would have beel frozen to death but for a
Mrs. Hannah Bodecker or Acdey was arrested -
rested about a month ago for beln disorderly
-drlndng ! too much "booze" all making
herself disagreeable to everyb dr-and sen-
tencel to thirty lars In jail. Site got out a
week ago and went to drlnltlng again anti her
mother got out a warrant for her arrest on a
charge of assault and batter ) ' . She was again
sentenced to thirty days In jail.
The myster surrounding the leath of the
unlmoln young woman nt time Marshal
county poor farm cleared up today . John
Vumlerord , I blacksmith ut Conrad clne
to time city with Indisputable proof that the
deal gIrl was his latmgimter who left home
shorty after Imrnln her condition. Sue
was not , married. Her Ilegitmate chid
Ilell Wednesda und her father had both
bodIes disinterred amid tool them home for
The Joint committee In charRe of the pay- :
ment of Indemnity for the ord's theater
disaster , at Washington , ot which committee
Congressman Updegraf Is a macumber agreed
to report In favor , .f , Abe payment of $5,000
to the heirs of each of these clerks who
were killed In the casthtity. One of the ben-
cfclarles will be Jfmmtmha A. Ames of Ions
ChlckaEw county . , > yld9'v ' of Alfred L. Ames
aged 36. who lost his life In time accident.
Seth B. Peck of glkder had his ankle
severely crush by the fall at the building
and wil be crIppled for life as a result.
Congressman Updegral says that Peck
should , In his judglent , bo paid $3,500 , In
\Iew of the injurlf hI receIved.
Residents of Grant . , townshlp. a farming
community a few mles'lorthwest of Elders ,
are greatly excited over a peculnr phenomenon -
enon that no one bas , yet ' been able to ex-
plain On drl nIghts a bal or cloud or
fire Is seen to rlsQDL of the prairie and
travel along at a - te ro speed , until It Is
lost . In time dlstanc'e.ttm'hime ! more timid PeOPle
ale superstitious . nindideclare that It Is aim
cvl spIrIt warning . . the , community of some
awful calamity that threatens timern and
others regard It as an Ill omen , foretelling
disaster that Is to visit the countr . Time
lght Is vouched for by some of the leading
residents of Grant township. A similar sight
was witnessed In the same place a few
years ago , hut nothing has ben seen of It
until within the last two weeks.
Recent flgtmres show 2,600 members at the
G. A. n. In the state.
A sollers' and sailors' reunion will bo held
at Spearfish next June
Time bounty given heretofore by the state
on wolf scalps and gophers Is to be abolished
Douglas county has ad\'ertse for 1GOOO
bushels of seed oats and 20,000 bushels of
Unless the wolves can bo exterminated In
the Cave hills country stockmen believe the
[ ecton wi have to bo abandoned to the
The Mount "eron News says that during
189\ 48,505 pounds of butter and 49,020 dozen
eggs were shipped from that staten and that
the tanners received $10,000 for them.
Relief Is said to be needed by settlers 11
tine unorganized countes along the Missouri
river , where hundreds of men , women and
children are said to be suffering for food
clothing and fuel.
The manager 'of ' tine Dryant'creamery '
says that one man who has ben selling cream
to his creamery from eight cows for time past
nine months has drawn during that time over
$400 In cash for his tream
After nineteen years of waiting Mrs. Clara
Fulonl ot Sioux Pals , widow of Daniel
Fulrord , Is to b relmbursel by the Unltel
States government for $2,000 worth of government -
ernment bonds lost In a fire.
The general expectation that time drouth
seasons Ire pst and that the coming sea.
son will be nn exceptional season for good
crops Is resulting In the receipt of many In.
qulrles at the local United States land office
Preliminary steps have been taken for tmo
cstublshment of a cooperatve store at
Rapid City. A hoard of nine directors haa
been elected The majorIty ot the stacie-
hollers are farmcrs from the valley who
do their trading In thIs city. Time object
ot time company Is to carryon a general store
and co-operate with time producers by takinG
all the ) ' rise on I hell farms.
Among valuable finds In Spruce gulch In
time mack lulls Is that of Brodie & Tortat ,
who have struck a four-foot veIn of slclou&
ore which yields $20 In gold and tram
twenty-two to t'llrty oUlces In silver per ton
Time ore Is on top ot the quartzite , and Is
horizontal In formation. Aaron Dunn , owner
ot time Survivor mln , . In time same locality ,
has just hall timreaesays of time output at
his mine mode , wlleh'run tram $ i6 to $68.
A convention wda held the other day at
Huron In the Inter t of irrigatIon , corn-
posed of repreaentt\tiv \ s from counties In the
artesian basin and ' t tir Hack I Is. A com-
mitee was appointed , to formulate a bill for
presentaton to tie legIslature providing for
creating irrigation , distrIcts and Ilermlttn ;
the construction of dams anti reser\olrf tor
holdln surface water/for Irrigation purposes ,
real estate embraced within audi districts to
bo assessed acordln ; to benefits derived
from the damns , res , rvI.rs or artesian wells ,
Gold In fair quatiles , ha been dl&co\'er
In time quayqtJes Crcede distrct : . Be-
velopment Is under.wsl' .
I Is reported thatr the SI\'erton rallroal
will he extended up tie Animas from Slh'er-
ton to Eureka In thr > ! prlng.
l.a Plat county Is likely , within a year , to
have one ot the largest power plants In
time state , driven by water power
Parties Just In from . the Tarryal and Lost
Park district claim .to 118e mode another
find ton , that runs 100 ounces In silver to the
Time annual report ot the Portland com
paul , CrJpllle Creek "Istrlct , will show I gross
producton of $600000 for the past nine
A new strike In the Golden Treasure mine ,
In Olpln county , whIch carries ' SS In gold to
te ton and Is four feet In width , was opened
at a depth ot 1100 feet .
The FairfIeld sitaR Is now down about 250
feet , and a new contract imas ben let to sink
fifty feet moore Ieue St Co. , who Bank the
lat fifty feet , have the contract. A rich
vein ot copper-Iron ore , fifteen inches wile ,
has been ncolntered b lethe 25.foot
level , which looks well .
The Mattie D. , Cripple Creek hS a cr
head of are en route to the smelter , that , according -
cording to a sample taken from each sack ,
will bJ worth $212 to tIme ton
TIme Annie mine , on Four Mile creek . Is
rapidly coming to the front n a gold ' pro-
11ucer. A car load of ore recently shipped
to Ptmeblo smeler netted $51 per ton
Ophlr has over forty gel claims withIn
two miles ot town , on Silver mountain , that
hare prollucel pay dirt-ore mlln ! from $0
per ton ton up to . several hundred dolarer
The Dolly Varllen lode on Nelson mOlntnln ,
Credo , Is being worked wih Ilatterlmig re-
stilts. Time property Is located POO felt from
time Kentuck Belle and imetween well Ilefne,1 ,
wals has a four.footln of mineral which
gave returns ot twemity-five ounces of sliver
and $2.40 In gold at the surface.
More ore and of better grade was sent to
time smelter In January from the Victor mln !
Cripple Creek , than ever before In tIme t history
of that lrorort3' The poy streak hiss not
widened Ilnrtcularl ) ' , but so much Irouml Is
opened that a large force can now be em.
1110)11 , whlo the ore appears to be conS
stnnty hnllrovlug In \alue.
I Is rumored thnt good veins have recently
hetn dIscovered nt Current Creek , a little
stream In Parle cotmnt' , nbut thirty mies
, west of Crl111c Creek. TIme region Is
describe as being In the eruptive rock One
gemmtlonian who Ilos been there recent . '
, enleman bcn recently sa's
feat carrying big \nlues Is foull quie
plentrul ) ' over thc imlll . hut enl ) ' a few holes
ha\'e been Ilt down to bedrock .
W'addietomi Bros. , who are worltng n portrn
at the Hnyen , are now backing time richest
ore ever found on Hayen hill. It was ns-
sa'el ali founll to run r00 ounces per tnmi.
So far this monlh they bave carefully gth-
erel anti snckl11 about one Ion ef this ore
anll thlnl time ) ' will have five tons for a
shipment toward the last of he t present
imiomitim The ) ' mire connllent It wl run $6,000
per ton In carload lots The lowest assays
run nt this rte , and several have gone over I
Placer mining along time Green rl'er. In
" ' ) omln'I ' euJoy a great boom next
spring when time Ice breaks up.
Time report that a nlnber of colored peoilio
In L'rmle were organizing with a vIew to
colonizing In Africa , Is emllhatcalr denied.
Governor Ichards Is or the opinion that
lime Burlnglon1'1 I bulhl Into I the basin before -
fore very long , and may commence operations
within a ) .
Time Wyoming Hot Springs compan Is now
Incorporated. Time capitol stock Is $48.000.
Time object of time comllln ) Is to operate time
hot springs at Alcora.
A telellhone Ino will bc established be-
twcon Che'enne ant Denver next spring.
The line wi be buIlt h ) time Itoclcy Mountnln
and Colorado Tclephone compaules.
TIme new city hal at Hock Spr'ngs ha heen
completell , and as eon ns the furniture
arrIves the councIl wIll begin lllllng meel-
logs there. The new structure cost $25,00u.
W. K. Secord and a companion of Iaamle
ha\'o mate ararngements b ) which they hope
to slay hundreds of wolves In the Sybie
country. They wi use polson amid tratls and
expect to realze on the hides and scalp
The bounty law Is delayed , In order to ascertain -
certain the rates to bo paid by adjoining
states wh1ch ! , It lower than those of Wyo-
miming would lay an extra tax on border
counties , to which scalps [ rom ether states
would be brouht.
The twenty-five-mile long irrigating canal
being eontructed by Denver capital In the
vicInity of Carter station . on the Union Pa-
cifc railroad , In the southern portion or this
state , Is to be fully complete(1 this year. The
canal Issues frm the Black Fork river In
Unlta county . wi cover 40,000 acres , and
will cost $00,000. Twenty forms wi b cui-
tyated under the canal this year and next
year will see the entro 40,000 acres both Irrigated -
rigated nnd colonized.
Time first carload of a substance wimicim for
want of a better name has been called "na-
tural soap " Is being loaded at Casper and
) \1 be shipped to Cimicago says the Derrick.
The parties who own the claim near Alcova .
from whIch tIme soap was taken , will not yet
reveal the purpose for which It will be used
nor time price received. But It Is known that
some of It will go to New York , and that It
Is very valuable Wmomm put In water It acts
like common hard soap
Since I would appear that Big Horn county
will be organized before so very long I time
many conjectures are beIng made as to the
locaton of time county seat. At time present
time Iyatvle Is the most important point
In time \ basin , and It would no doubt bo a
formidable applicant for the Illace Governor
Richards states that he ha no particular
preference but thinks the county seat wi
eventually bo located comewhere on the No-
wood creek , below hiyatvilic.
Frank Ot of Island City will establish a
brewer at Enterprise.
Several carloads of apples are being shlppc
fem Rogue River valley to New Mexlc
A plant for tIme manufacture at tomato
catsup will bo establshed at Hood River.
The Yaqulna Day Cannery comllany has
been Incorporated , to cperate a creamery '
The pCple of 'Varrenton and Clatsop plains
have subscribed $100 for buIlding a good road
between those places.
Negotiations are In progress for the sale of
the Phlzz mineral springs , In the Eagle moun-
tains , Union county , to eastern parties. ,
John Frazer of Eagle Valley , Union county
has received $7G la I second prize In a
world's cmpelon ! for growing cabbages.
Surveys have hen made for a new water
worlts In Mitcimehl. and It will not be long
before time work of construction will begin.
A proposition has hen male to establish ,
a creamery at Inlependenee It the farmers
will guarantee 10 supply the milk of 200
The stockmen ef eastern Oregon generally
report stock doIng well and enough feed on
hand to pass through time winter In good
Professor Clarence King , the celebrated
mlnoraloglst and geologist . wi make an ex.
pert report on time La Belevuo mine , at
Bghl thousand sheep are being fatened
on wheat and barley In a corral Just outside
at Prmlleton , and will soon bo prime mulon
for the market.
The Astorlan says that Obey Is having a
building boom ; new houses are going up on
all sides , and I general air of prosperity
hans over time 1)10CC
An effort will he made to secure $0,001 In
suhscrJplons ot stock at Salem for the proposed .
posed railroad from Independenc to Salem ,
ten amid one-hal miles.
Charle I"rye " of Powder river has Just mar-
Ieted five hogs , averaging 660 lumumlds in
wmsiglmt each , while anotimer farmrmer of that
section sold emma weighing 750 jmounds ,
Placer mmiinimig in time soutimern lmsrt of time
state hiss iemi blmslOndel ( or a time , because
of time freezing of time water courses. Minera
are premaring to reaumo work , and arc taking
imrecatmtlons against freshets.
Baker City boasts of fourteen men wimo average -
erage 240 iounds in weight , time heaviest be.
log 299i4 , and time higimest 201. They are
all over six feet , but tw'e , Otto of them being
six cet , six and one.jmmmhf immciic , and anotlmer
but Imsit an Immcim simorter ,
J , ii. iluter , tvimo located a rlcim quartz
ledge about seven miles from Memiforul seine
time ago , shipped by express 1,300 lOunitls of
quartz to a San FrancIsco smelter , Somime
tlmmme ago imo zimlpped 100 Imoummds to time said.
ter , and it Imioducell $2e to time pound km gold
and silver. The quartz aimfplmed Is equahl ) '
as good ,
OUR REL'RESEN'L'A'I'IVES 1il A'I' TIlE
PAXTON HOTEL , FEBRUARY 20 , 21 AND 22
And 'Ill titlcc pleitsiii'c Iii showluig our SPRINC AND SUMM ER
SELECTIONS for tlin.e scs'ei'al depat'tuuciils of our biiIiies , uomiipl'InIug
Laios' ' Dross Making , Tailoring ,
1aios' ' Jackets , Wraps , Silk and Cotton Waists ,
Misses' . ' an Giflidron's ' Dresses and Barions ,
Boys' Clothing , Furnishing Ooods , Etc.
Samples of 4tdvniicc Styics In DRESS CGODS llt tte sliowii frolu
'liicIi to take orders oi' sell by the yai'tl ,
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WORLI BUILDINGCONTEST. I
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1st Prize-A Kimball Piano , value.$350.OO
2d Prize-A Bridgeport Organ , value . . , . 100.00
3d Prize-A Fine Bicycle , value. . . . . . . . . . 75.00
4th Prize-A Diamond Pin or Ring , value , 60.00
5th Prize-A Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Machine , value , , . . . . . . . . . . . 50.00
6th Prize-A Trip Ticket , Omaha to Denver -
ver and return , value. . . . . . . 25.00
7th Prize-Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.00
8thPrize-Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.00
gth Prize-C'sh. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.oo
xothPrize-Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
10 Prizes--Total Value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $685.00
Time above prizes are offered to
those who construct or form time largest
number of words out of tue letters
found in tine prize word
Under time following
R.egulatloaS aiicI Conditions :
FIrst-The first prize will be won by ui'bd twice In one word , but of course
tue largest list , tine second prIze by the may be used in other words.
next largest list and so oct to tine tenth. Sixth-Each contestant snust be-
Second-Each contestant must send Come a subscriber to the Omaha.
In hIs or her list before tine end of Feb- Weekly lvorld-Icraid for one year ,
ruary , 1895. and nust semtd imimi dollar to pay for
lila subscription witim Imis list of words ,
Third-The list of words must be
Se'entli-Every contestnnt wimoso
written in Ink vialmtly , and must
list contains as many as ten correct
signed by tine contestant and wltmiessed
. wom'ds Will receive a portfolio contain-
by two neighbors or
lag liancisomne limoto engraved copies
Fourth-Any English word found in of sixteen famous paimmtlnga-size of
tine dictionary can be used If it Is corn- each victure 10x12 Incites with history
posed of letters that are contained in of the painting.
the word educatiomm , but there must be two
Eigimtin-In case or more prize
no duplIcates , abbreviations , exclarna-
exclarnatvlnnimng lists contaimn time sammnc num-
tions nor itames of people or places.
her of words the one timat is first ic-
Fifth-Tine same letter must not be ceived will be given preference.
The Omaha Weekly World.Horrtld i editol by Congrossmati
w. 3- . Bryan , the leading advocate of fx'oo silver colnago in tlio
west. It has an iigricultural department , especially edited by
0. W. Horvey and o1 great value to farmers. li is issued every
week in two soctions-2ight pages every Tuesday and four moro
pages every Friday-thus giviag the iiows twice a week , which is
almost as good as a daily paper. The price is $1. CO per yoar. 13o'
come a subscriber and. try for one of the prizos. The cotitost
closes February 28. Address
Omaha , Nebraska. 1
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pOWERFROM FROM THE TA1IK.
. THAN STEAMI
. icu Iloiicr. No I4tcmmmmm , No Itimugimucer ,
BEST i'OWEiL for Corn mmmd Feed Mills , Baling
ila ) ' , lLUmmmlitg Separators , Cremummierles , &e.
OTTO GASOLINE ENGINES
Stationary or Portae.
itoJ2OIh.P. 8to'JOIIJ' ,
send for Catlogume , 1'rict , et , mlescribuimg work to 1)0 ( lOne
Chicao , 24 stTH E OTTO CAS ENGINE WORKS
Omaha , 321 So. 15th St. 13t1 , la IValimut 14ts. , 1'ILiLADEL1'IIzt. v. & ,
- 1 V Thu Wunmou. 1t.nmeIy cures quickly I'ormancntl
mull , , , , . , , , , . . , '
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ U I ilomidacime Imurvmua , mmIae. Vkmifuiimuss Vmak , 1.usl tlomnoryLm..o ViI.IIty , itigimily iirmiti t'ower stale. ,
Iummauv1l drea'ims , ImimmoiOmme , anti WabtImg itibommeoB caus.
Cml by rouIlrimi itrroru or inzcea.cu. commtalia no
opiates. isaiicrveoimlemmnIIiwil buIlder. Make.
Limo pate anti l.uimy iltroitg mutO mmmmrm' ! , . iamiiy carried in
vest Pocket. 1 Icr box i o forSfl , 'ilyniatl prenatmlwltli
awrttten gimmtramitmto tocurnor money rofmmmttloii , Write its ,
rre'e mcmlrnl IcU , i'eamud platum wmiperwlttm , teeth
. , , . , . , . , , .
i. Dy. moh etc. a cii. 104 eAr nitmniaia imnti mmnanriat references. No r5urreforcAnulta.
flint. .lUmvare nJ mtUsttons. ioid by Our mmentB , oradtlreas , I'ervo Need ( Jo , , ? .tzm.Ommio 'jemuplu , Clmlcpae.
Boid In Omaha by Eherroan & lIcC"nnell , ICuIm , . & Co. anti by Vicker. A Mcrchat , Druggist. .
RED ROUGH HANDS
Bad conmpiexioas , baby biemtslme , , ammd faiihmmg
_ _ _ _ _ : : : : : : Imsir im esemmtetl i'y
; : : : comma immAi' , J'iot eUec.
tIto eliim unIyimmg ( anal brcutl.
, fing .otqm 1mm tlme world , us
wi'lI a. lurtat mummi SWviict of
tilct aimti nmmreery .oups , ( Immiy
cmmro ( or pimples ls'cammu 01111' l'rebemIltu of
clogging of time ioies , toJ ! en'myaLmeie ,
' - THF-
. DROPS Ptr&y
Prepared ( rein the original to mania % rb
rerved iii mile Arehtver of mini Itoiy tammml , imat
au no autimeutic iitsvry dmitlmmg batmie GOOycarmt
(0I iii ] Stomach1 Kidney end Bowel
troubles , especially
) HRONIC CONSTIPATION
Price flO oent. Sol.h by nil druggists.
be Fraicisan : Remedy Co. ,
tat v : : uaa Sl , CIUCO0 , ILL ,
F'ar sale by Kuhn & Co , , 15th & Dugls
S SHOIIS i3TI1EU5T.
FIT FOR A ClNG.
. 1 $ rRcnCIsa.cWAMCUXD ' CAL ? .
$3.i' POUCE,3 SOLES ,
I- 'EXTRA FINE EH ,
, C % "
. - , . . . , . - , . , 'VV'L.-tOUCL.A. SrNDrOI1CATALOCUC .
- kOcKTO1iMAaa ,
Over One Millie i Pcoplo wear tlmo
WI L. Douglas $3 & $4 S1iOe
All otir ethoes arc cqually &atlsfactory
They lvo time best value for time pione" .
iimev rmlual custom Shoes In style end lit.
'rhr tveariag qualities ore uneurpeased ,
Iime prices mmro unhform-.mmtompcd en solo.
'rini - Si , to I------- $ .i saved . . ovcrnther , . , . . . . , mekc. . - - g't.l . i ,
A.W. E3owmanCo , , 3.
C. J. Carison , 1218 N. 24th St. '
w. w , Fisher , Parker and
J. Newman , 424 S. 13th St.
Kelley , StIc'er & Co. . Farnani
and 15th St.
T. S. Cressey , 2509 N St. , South
, EW FACES Ai.lAhiOtJTCilAHtIIPfi
tie Features amid Usmoy.
lug iiIeuiatmosIn 11.0 p. bu..ili lot a etamO
JoIim IL , SYoodbir > , IZTW,42d14tN ,
lnvwmmkr of Wue4bury' . Eacisi tlomw.
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