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THE BEBRASKA ADVERTISER
W. W. HANUKUS, I'dlillHlicr.
THE WOJtLD AT LAUGK.
Summary of tho Duily Nowo
.Jtmoi: Hica i , of the district supremo
court lit Wiisliiiifrtoit, on the lOtli or
ilurcd tho discharge from custody tf
dipt. (Ji-orjfo A. Amies, who was ar
rested on tho order of liieiit,-(ien.
Hcliofleld, just prior to tho hitter's re
tiruuiont from tin command of tins
army, for having written him an in
suiting letter. 'Tins judjjo scored tho
action of (Jen. Soholieldus boine; tyran
nicnl and unjust.
.Si'.ouiiTAKV Oi.Nnr was said t( lie
seriously considering tlio wisdom of
sendlne; a special ntfent to Cuba to re
port tlie actual situation there in order
that the administration may intelli
ffcntly determine whether tills govern
incut should recognize the Cubans as
belligerents, or, if not, what course we
hhotild pursue toward Spain and Cuba.
Tiik discovery has been made at tlio
treasury department at Washington
that there is a combine umone; certain
consular agents over tho world that
has worked against tho UirilT receipts,
and this may to some extent explain
thu lack of funds received from the
new tariff bill. Tlio matter is to lie
Wiii:n congress meets again there
will be sent at once to tlio senate for
continuation a list of 201) postmasters
appointed during tliu congressional re
cess, composed principally of olllces
which have entered the presidential
class since congress adjourned.
Rkv. T. DrcWirr Tai.maoi: was for
mally declared a member of the Wash
ington presbytery on tlio 8th and will
hoon enter upon his duties as co-pastor
of the First l'lcsbytoriun ehureh in the
Tun United States North Atlantic
squadron is to bo greatly strengthened
by nearly all tho best vessels in the
navy, and instead of ceasing their
squadron drill they will continue it in
southern waters and cruise in the vi
cinity of Vene.uclu and Cuba. This
show of force was regarded as mean
ing that tho administration proposed
to enforce the Monroe doctrine and to
have the power ready to enforce it.
Tin: president of the National Wool
Growers' association has called a meet
ing of wool growers, wool dealers and
sheep breeders to meet at Washington
December I, to urire congress to incor
porate wool tariir provisions in any
re ven no bill that may be passed.
(5i:n. Wii.i.ivm Maiio.vi:, ex-United
States senator from Virginia, died at
Washington on the 8th from paralysis.
Pitr.siiiKvr Cu:vi:i.am and Private
Secretary Thurber loft Ru..urd's bay,
Mass., on tho 11th on the Oneida, Coin
Hiodoro ). C. ISonodiot'.s steam yacht,
At the Farmers National congress at
Atlanta, (in., on the 1 1 tit the linancial
question wasduseussed and resolutions
were offered ealliugon the president to
endeavor to bring about an internation
al monetary conference and opposing
any congressional legislation causing
tlio exportation of gold or silver. Tho
whole mutter was referred to a com
mittee. An Kllenvillo, N. Y., special on the
11th said that starvation was staring
tho canal boatmen in thu face. Their
475 bouts were tied up all along the
line on dry land, and for seven weeks
not a bout had boon moved.
Kir Li:riUMl, a negro tJ.1 years of
age, was hanged in Itristol, Tenn., on
tho Uth for a criminal assault on Annie
Fogarty, a little girl aged 13.
Tun Holland radiator works at Rrem
on. lnd., were entirely consumed by
an incendiary lire at 5 o'clock on the
morning of the Uth. Tho loss was
estimated at Sir0.00()und,tho insurance
placed at only 2,500.
Ci.r.Aitl.M) house returns for tho prin
cipal cities in the United States for tho
week ended October 11 showud un av
erage inerenso as compared with the
corresponding week last year of 2Ii 2;
In New York the increase was ;i;j.O;
outside New York thu Increase was
Ivtr IUniiNSON, colored, was hanged
at Liberty, Tex., on the Uth, boforo a
largo crowd for tho murder in Juno,
lM)."i, of John It .Johnson, an old white
A m:vi:m: rainstorm was experienced
in Ferryland, N. F.. icceutly. Rridges
woi'a) destroyed and a large extent of
roadbed was torn up.
Tin: S.iranac (Mich.) Advertiser olllco
and a ear factory were dectroyed by
tiro on. the Vlh,
llAKHY. bitter known as "Hutch"
Lvonn, was executed on tho 11th In the
Bounty jail enclosure at Chicago. Ho
murdered and robbed a man named
Albert .Mason last February.
Font men were killed and seven
-ithors fatally injured us tho result of
in lneplainiible accident at tlio Cleve
land (O.) rolling mills on tlio Uth.
Without warning the casting house,
the largest building of tlio plant, col
lapsed, burying many of its occupants
In the debris. Charles Wakelleld was
cooked to death by molten iron.
Miih. II AiiitiiM' Uvan, aged Cm years,
nf Wilton, N. Y., was burned to death.
Tlio woman, who had buuu demented
for some time, secured some matches
and set fire to her night clothing. She
ran out into tho field where she was
found burned almost to a crisp.
A TAN of molten metal was upset nt
the Hull'iilo (N. Y.) cast iron works
while It was being carried on an over
head trade and the contents spilled all
over the iloor. Martin Scliplanskl was
Tin: bill providing for tho removal of
the intruders from the Cherokee nation
passed both houses at South .McAlester,
I. T., and was signed by the chief, lly
the provisions of tho bill 315 heads of
families will bo paid for improvements
made in tho nation. Tho amount of
land hold was estimated to bo 100,000
acres, and worth SOS, 000. The bill ends
the struggle that has waged for tho
past twenty years between tlm Choro
iccnt nnd tho intruders.
Tin: directors of tlio Atlanta (Ga.)
exposition have decided to have a.
Cuban independence day during No- '
vember. Tlio Cubans of the United I
Slates interested in the revolution in
Cuba will be invited there, and several
prominent men asked to address them.
Tin: Salvation army barracks on
Twenty-third street, Now York, were
destroyed by tire. While tho bla.o
was in progross.sovcn of tho Salvation
ists knelt in the midst of tlio crowd
and prayed silently.
A ui:roiti obtained wide circulation
through the country at an early hour
on the morning of the 11th that Presi
dent Cleveland had been assassinated
at his homo at Gray (tables, near I5u?.
Kurd's bay. It was impossible to verify
the rumor at the time, owing to the
telegraph olliees in tho vicinity of Gray
Gables being closed for tho night, but
it was thought that the story arose
from a woman being murdered in tho
neighborhood and the police passing
near Gray Gables while searching for
A cosrr.Y rear ond collision occurred
on tho Pittsburgh & Lake Erlo rail
road at Ronvcr Falls, Pa., on tho 10th.
Tho wreck was due to an unusually
dense fog. Fifteen freight cars and
ono engine were rendered entirely
worthless, causing a loss of Sr0,000.
A nisi'A'icii stated that La Paz, the
capital of Lower California, Mex., had
been destroyed by u hurricane. Tho
storm was followed by a tidal wave,
the waters In tho bay rising to an un
precedented height, invading that por
tion of the city fronting on the bay
and carrying out to sen men, animals
and debris of wrecked buildings as tho
Hi:nuv Ii.ir.n, a boy 17 years old, of
Toledo, ()., objected to his sister giving
a birthday party at their home, and in
order to discourage any future at
tempts in the same line, mixed two
ounces of croton oil with tho cpll'eo
that was served to the guosts. As a re
sult twelve of tins young people who
attended the party were in a serious
condition and fatal results wore ex
pected from sonio of them. The lad
Mns. Sauaii Emi:kv, the well-known
lecturer on woman suffrage and author
of "Seven Financial Conspiracies,"
died at Lansing, Mich., on tho 10th of
Tiinui: was unusual activity in tlio
Spanish government dockyards at tts
different ports, refitting cruisers and
gunboats. It was believed that thf-f.
preparations were duo to tho bol'ef
that thoro was a possibility that tho
United States might recognize the Cu
ban insurgents as belligerents.
Tin: body of an unknown man was
found on tho tracks near Pittsburgh,
1'a., on tho lOtli. An examination
showed that ho had been shot through
tho head and his pockets rifled. The
murder was thought to have been com
mitted by a gang of tramps who had
been camping in tho vicinity.
An exciting city election was held
in Nashville, Tenn., on tho 10th, re
sulting in u victory for tho A. P. A.
Ftui: of Incendiary origin destroyed
a bank, a hardware store, a millinery
sturo and a drug and grocery store at
Portland, Mich. Loss, 523,000; insur
Tito school board of Perry, Ok., has
been orderod by tho court on a writ of
mandamus to admit colored children
to tho white public schools. Colored
children demanded on trance to tho
white public schools on tho 7th and
again on the 8th.
Tin: executive committee of the fio
eioty for Liberal Sunday Laws at Now
York at a meeting held on the Wth
Indorsed tho Tammany political nom
inations. Tho society represents tho
united saloon Interests of the eitv and
its action was regarded as very Impor
tant. A uuNtmr.'-) persons woro drowned
near tho v'ilago of O.cry, Russia, by
the cupsi.ing of n largo raft on tho
A itior among minors at Chestnut
llldge, P.i., caused tle death of a
woman through fright and the serious
injury of several mou.
A woman known as Gaetanu Stonioll
has been arresttd for poisoning twen-ty-three
childien with phosphorus at
Catania, Sicily. She administered the
poison by mixing It with wine and pre
vailing upon tho children to drink it.
The woman confessed and offered as
an explanation that she wanted re
venge for the death of two of her own
children who had been bewitched.
Antoink llori'MAN, the anarchist,
who murdered Police Inspector ISautn
gnrten on .June 11, last, was put to
death at Prague.
Tiik French warollice received a dis
patch stating that Antananarivo, tho
capital of Madagascar, was taken by
tlio French troops and that the queen
of .Madagascar hail made peace with
A insi'A'H'ii on tho 10th said that for
two months a severe drought had pre
vailed in western Pennsylvania, West
Virginia, Ohio and parts of Indiana.
On tho Monongaliehi river 8,000 miners
were Idle beciuso the barges could not
carry thu coal on account of the low
stage of water in tlio river. Many
establishments on the Ohio river had
been obliged to shut down for want of
water, and farmers were sellin; their
stock because of tho dillioulty in
Tin: Rrltlsh steamer Napier, bound
from Cronstadt to Rotterdam, was in
collision oil' the island of Aaliind with
the Ilritish steamer Livonia of Leith.
Tho latter vessel sank and fourteen of
Iht crow wore drowned in spite of tho
efforts of the Napier's crew who, how
ever, succeeded in rescuing ten men.
Ri:roiiT8 from Stokes Ray, Out.,
stated that tho steamer Africa, on
Lake Huron, had gone down with all
I r was reported on the Uth that tho
Corbott-Fitzsiinmons light would take
place at Hot Springs, Ark., on the date
as advertised for Dallas, Tex. There
was wild excitement at Hot Springs
and preparations were being made to
entertain the thousands of visitors ex
pected. An explosion of gas occurred in tho
Merchants' opera house at Corsicana,
Tex., where the Devil's Auction com
pany were preparing to play on tho
ith,and two men were killed and eight
Foisrv-Kivi: persons, claiming to bo
descendants of the earl of Antrim, met
in Chicago recently and took initial
steps for getting shares iti the $&0,0Q(),
000 estate left by tho earl.
A TitA(i:i)Y occurred in Pike county,
Ga., in which eight or nine children
lost their lives by poison. Tom Spcor,
taking advantage of his wife's absence,
and being prompted by jealousy, ad
ministered rough on rats to his chil
dren. Tho iiend was put bdhind tho
Tin: black stallion .loe Patchen low
ered the colors of his two famous rivals
Robert .1. and .John 11. Gentry on
the Uth at Lexington, Ky., and proved
himself king of pacing stallions. Ho
fought out a racing battle of live heats,
and was in the contest from first to last.
Tho best time made was 2:0,",1J. Tlih
was the third time Patchen had de
feated Robert . I. this season.
ADDll'IONAI DISPATCH PS.
A rr.ituYM vn'.s yawl boat, in which
six persons were crossing the eastern
branch of the Patapisco river at Haiti
more, Mil., on the. 13th, was capsized
and four of itsoccupants were drowned.
I p was given out authoritatively on
tho 13th that the light between Corbett
and Fitzsimtnons would surely take
place at Hot Springs, Ark., on schedule
time. In order to comply with tho
laws of Arkapsas the contest will be
limited to a number of rounds, the
referee being vested with full power
to stop the contest whon, in his opin
ion, it becomes brutal, the contestants
to box with soft gloves.
Orricniis who arrived at Paris, lex.,
recently from the territory bring news
of the butchering of an aged negro
woman named Louisiana Fisher, near
Shawneotown, in tho eastern part of
tho Choctaw nation. A day or two
ago her body was found In tho woods.
Her head was cut oil' and a number of
long, deep gashes wore in her body.
Suspicion rests upon some Choetaws
named Iinpsoii, who believed her to be
a witch and lived in constant terror of
A SKitiou.s freight wreck occurred at
Waterbury, Conn., on the loth, two
parts of a broken train coming to
gether and ten curs loaded with trot
ting horses, live stock and other ex
hibits from tho Danbury fair were,
crushed and thrown down a JO-foot
embankment. Ma.eppa, the famous
champion trick horse, valued at SI0,
000, was instantly killed, ono man was
fatally injured and two others serious
Tin: United States supreme court bo-
gan Its full term on tho Uth, there be
ing 770 eases on tho docket, forty-uight
less than this time last year.
Si:cw: pa uv Caiu.isi.i:, at tho Massa
chusetts Reform club dinner at Roston
on the 12th, spoke on tlio financial
trouble. lie advocated tho retirement
of United States notes as speedily as a
safe and sound currency could be pro
vided to take their place, and said there
could bo no linancial repose as long as
these notes constituted a part of our
Fouk peoplo woro fatally burned
while lighting prairie Hro near Wiuue
At Eaton, O., .lohn Monroe Smith,
nged 17, escorted homo his sweetheart,
Gertrude Lally, and quarreled with
heron the way. Arrivingattho house,
ho shot and fatally wounded her in the
presence of her mother, and then sur-
I rendered to the county slicrili'.
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS,
Ir is estimated that 10.000 sheep will
be wintered In Dodge county.
Pkxhio.vi lately granted Nebraska
veterans; Original Georgo Rarr, Su
perior. Increase John M. Moon, Gor
ing; George .Moore, Ayr.
Undku instructions from the stato
banking hoard Rank Examiner Clino
has taken possession of tho State Rank
of Wilsonvillo, Furnas county.
In a recent wreck in the yards of tho
Union Pacitic railroad at Omaha Engi
neer F. P. Armstrong and Fireman
Charles Rarkis were killed. Thu en
gine toppled over a big embankment,
crushing both men.
Danii:i. Lawhon, aged 25 years and
employed at the Union Pacitic car
shops, and Georgia Rhlnchart, were
found dead at a lodging house in Oma
ha tho other morning. They had been
asphyxiated by illuminating gas.
Tin: free silver democrats liavo be
gun suit in fho supreme court to en
join the hard money democrats from
designating themselves as "democrats"
on tlio olllcial ballot, as Secretary of
Stato Pifcr recently decided they had
the right to do.
Tin: other day Newton Rlack, a
fanner residing 0 miles southwest of
Creighton, was .shot and killed by Ru
dolph Ickler, a neighbor. Tho two
men were not on friendly terms, but
the shooting wasdurlng a quarrel over
Mack's cattle trespassing on Iekler's
land. Rlack wim 55 years of ago and
had a largo family.
Tin: new soliLiurs' home at Milford,
the building of which was authorized
by tiie last legislature, was dedicated
on the 8th under the auspices of the
G. A. R. of Nebraska. Land Commis
sioner Russell and Gov. Iloleomb made
addresses, and the latter formally
turned over the home to its command
ant, dipt. ,r. 11. Culver.
Gov. IIoi.comh has named as dele'
gates to the "road parliament" at the
Atlanta exposition the same gentle
men named for tho farmers' congress,
viz: II. E. Heath, Lincoln;'!'. C. Phelan.
Rrayton; C. H. Elmendorf, Syracuse
Mrs. A. M. F.dwards, Fremont; Eli A.
Rarnes Grand Island; W. S. Delano
Lee's Park; J. It. McDowell, Fair bury
.1. P. Mullen, O'Neil.
Tin: secretary of tho Flournoy Land
Co. stopped an eviction of one of ill'
sub-lessees from the Indian reserva
tion in Thurston county the othei
morning and threatened tho Indian
police with death if they troubled hit
sub-lessees. Several of the Indian po
lice threaten to resign. Most of the
Vennnts have made peace with Agent
Reek and will be undisturbed.
Mi:s. W. T. Giumks died at her homo
near Wisner tho other day from the
effects of a poison takon with suicidal
intent. The deceased had been con
lined in the Norfolk asylum for the In
sane for several months, but was much
improved in her mental condition and
was allowed by the authorities of that
institution to return home with hoi
husband a few days before slio com
mitted the deed.
Tin: coroner's jury nt Wilbcr in the
case of Mrs. Ella A. Crowe, who re
cently died suddenly, brought in a
verdict charging the husband, Hugh
Crowe, and Miss May Rainbo, sister of
deceased, with poisoning her by ad
ministering strychnine. Crowe !
landlord of the DeWitt house, and the
young woman had been living there
for some time. Roth were charged
with murder in the first degree.
Reivi:i:N 8 and t) o'clock tho o.hei
night throe unknown men appeared at
the residence of Charles II. Sciiuelle, at
Omaha, and upon Mr. hchnellc answer
ing the door bell, they knocked him
down and commenced beating him.
His wife ran from the house and was
pursued by one of the toughs, but she
reached the house of her mother before
being overtaken. There was no clew
to tho perpetrators of the outrage,
neither was tiie cause known.
Account vn to recent statements of
Henry T. Oxnard, of the Oxnard Reet
Sugar Co., the estimated value of the
Nebraska sugar beet crop the coining
year is over 800,000. Of this, iftout
b'100.000 will go to tho farmers inpay
ment for the beets and about S375.000
will be expended for labor and ma
terials. Next year it is anticipated
that the number of beet sugar fac
tories will be increased and the prod
uct correspondingly larger and more
In tho United States court at Lincoln
a few days ago Judge Shiras dissolved
the injunction that restrained Capt.
Heck, tho Indian agent on tho Winne
bago reservation, from using his'police
to evict settlors who rofustd to lease
direct from him. The court also issued
a mandatory injunction, which is
practically an eviction of about'"4o0
sub-lessees. The court sustains the
agent. The lands are covered with
corn, a heavy crop having been raised,
and the lessees may suffer a hardship.
Ar the recent session of the' '
br.iska Federation of Woniun's'du'hs,
held at Lincoln, tho following ollicors
were chosen; President, Mrs. A.
Field, Lincoln; vice president, Mrs.
Hello M. Stoughtcnborough, Platts.
mouth; secretary, Miss Ilussecl,
Stioinsburg; treusuier, Mrs. Rosemnn,
Fietnont; auditor, Mrs. A. A. Abbott,
Grand Island, delegate to general fed
eration, Mrs. Allee, Heatriee. .Mrs.
Ella Pcattio was choson custodian for
the hinds, books and all possessions of
the federation's circulating library,
for which a fund of $. was con
tributed. Resolutions were adopted
recommending that all clubs levy u
biuall tux Ij uulurgo this fund.
THE FIRST BICYCLE RIDER.
Ilo Haiti from CIiIcuu'd unit Mnlccft Thrt
"I rode the first bicycle in America.
If any other man claims to have dono
so, 1 would like to hoar from him, but
I don't believe there is such a man."
So says Mr. John William Tyler, of
!l East Monroe street, Tho pioneer of
tho millions who now flit on wheels all
over this broad continent Is n middle
aged man, well built, with dark hair
and eyes. In early life Mr. Tyler was
a gymnast. He is now a jeweler. Dur
ing his apprenticeship as a jeweler ho
was a reader of thc Scientific Ameri
can, in which magazine ho one day
came across a paragraph which Inter
ested him very much. It dealt with
tho improvements made to tho bicycle,
or velocipede, as It was then called, by
tho brothers Hanlon, who were sur
prising Paris by their exploits on tho
At this tlmo tho riding of a bicycle
was considered rather as a gymnastic
exorcise, to bo undertaken only by the
very skillful. Thus It appeared to Mr.
Tyler, and he at onco ordered a veloc
ipede from tho advertised manufac
turer namely, Calvin Witty, of 03S
Rroudway, Now York, who had pur
chased the patent from tho Haitians.
Said Mr. Tyler:
"After having waited about threo
months tho velocipede came nt last. It
came e. o. d. with a bill for sixty dol
lars and a letter from the manufactur
ers stating that I had given them their
first order and the cause of tho long
delay was their not being ready to
manufacture. From the illustration
of the machine I thought it would cost
only ten or fifteen dollars, and I wns
not ready to pay sixty. A friend, how
ever, canto to my relief and paid tho
bill, telling me that l could give exhi
bitions on the machine and iu that
way soon bo able to pay him back,
which I did, there being plenty of peo
ple in America willing to pay for the
privilege of seeing a man ride a veloci
pede. I hired an inclosed arena ami
people paid to cotno in and see mo ride,
and that fall I established a velocipede
school in Wilkesbarre. My wheel at
tracted much interest, became so pop
ular, in fact, that articles in referunce
to it appeared in a great many news
papers." Chicago Inter Ocean.
Wife (coming down from store room)
There you are! We'll have a treat
to-day two cans of oysters I bought
when Firkin sold out last May.
Husband Last May? Heavens! why
have you kept them all this time?
"The idea! What ignorance! Don't
you know that oysters arc only fit to
cat during tho mouths tliat have an It
in them'.'" Puck.
An Iinirtiiiit Point.
"There is one question which both
ers mo in connection with the emanci
pation of woman," observed Glanders.
"Name it," replied Gummey.
"What will the new woman say
when her collar button rolls under tho
bureau?" Detroit Free Press.
"That was very kind of your undo
to pay your debts." "Humph! I don't
think so. He might have given me the
money and let me pay 'em." "What
difference would that havo made?"
"It would have re-established my cred
it." Harper's Haz-ir.
Is fully ns important and as beneficial as
Spring Medicine, for ut this Fcason there
is great danger to health in tho varying
temperature, cold storms, malarial germs,
pravalcuco of f overs and other diseases.
All tlioso may bo avoided if tlio blood is
kept pure, tho digestion good, aud bodily
health vigorous by taking
ho Ono Truo Blood Purifier.
HnnH'c Oilier euro nil lher Ills, btlious-
iiuou &riiiom,sli,C,,i1,fij, -joe.
PROFITABLE DAIRY WORK
Qan only be accomplished with tlio very best
of tools arid
"With a Davis
rator on tlio
milk is a val-I'anners-rlll
tako to -ct a
It lustra tod
farm you aro
make no mis
DAVIS & RANKIN BkDtf. & MFQ. OO.
Cor. Randolph & Dearborn Sts.. Chicago.
"JONKS 1113 1'ATH T1IJ3 riCKIGHT."
-ewEf' Farm and Wagon
United Statci Standard. All Sizes ond All Kinds.
Not made by a trust or controlled by a combination.
1 ur Tree Hook and J'riLe I ist, address
,T()Xr.S Of 1IIMJII V.MTOX,
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