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September 5, 1805
HOMES BY THE SEA' II I T I la W Protected by Bean titul Islands. Game. Oysters and Fish in abundant-. Lemons, Oranges. Pineapple, and all Db-cropleal Fruit and Flower are grown to perfection. CI mate delightful, eummer and winter. Land fertile, high and dry. A nook la C" ntjin A comparatively unknown.ttaat I lW II I LVM otters to settlers and to winter rial ton advantages not fonnd eleewbrr. Seeker after health, pleasure or profit shonld read onr booklet, sent free, by THE LKHOS BAT LAND CO., Grove City, Fla. REFORM BOOKS We nave the following books for safe. Ton ought to havs them: The Railroad Problem -M Money FonnJ, ...--.... .-.M Jason Ed wards. ............ .. .. .50 Bichurd'a Crown .. M BUI 'a Political History.. 26c, 75c, 1.00 Beneath tbe Dome -M Ten Men of Money Island....-........... 10 even Financial Conspiracies.......................... .10 AH these are excellent reform books and should be read by every one. Ad dress all orders to this paper. 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Second The regular Tourlat Car to California Tla Kansas City runs once a week, and leaves Chicago every Thursday at 6 p.m., Kansas City at 10.60 a.m. every Friday. Tickets based on second class rate, and car runs on fastest trains, and known as the Phillips-Kock Island Tourist Excursion Car arrives at Colorado Springs Saturday, 7:85 a.m. Third Home-Seeker's Excursions to Texas and New Mexico. Next one June 11th. Bate, one fare for round trip. Tickets good twenty days. Fourth For Mexico City the Uock Island runs a through sleeper from Kansas City dally at 8:40 p.m. via Topeka, McFarlaud, Wichita and Fort Worth and Austin to San Antonio. Two routes from there are International R. R. to Laredo, and Mexican National to the City of Mexico; Southern Pacific and Mexican Interna tional Tla Spoftord and Eagle Pass to City of Mexico. Connections are also made at Fort Worth Tla the Texas Pacific to El Paso, and over the Mexi can Central to City of Mexico. Fifth Send to address below for A 8ouvenlr called the "Touriet Teacher," that gives much Information to tourists. Sent free, JOHN SEBASTAIN, O. P. A., Chicago. BEST LINE TO ST. LOUIS AND V i ns win wwu 1 1 uii . i aiaTa-a. ae mft and rare (after fatuAf topi r citic&q In the District Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska. IK. Wonnaorket Institution 1 for Savings, Plaintiff. vs. VI.... n ftrimM- Rlrhard S. Grimes. Carlos C. Burr, Mary K. Burr, his wife, Tbe Halloo Stat Banking Co., John Frass, Lean Idas K. Holmes. Korsme.var A Co., Cudahy Packing Company, .nnutntlni. the Lincoln L'd- f Non-Resident Defendants. holsterlng Company, a corpora tion, Samuel Maxweii, lusnn E. Maxwell, and Edwin E. Max well, partners doing bnsineea as 8. A. Maxwell A Co., and Joseph Z.Briscoe, defendants. r - ....1 Vf.w.11 rhal-lAa K. Maxwell and j j c ii .. ii m .tn.F. Hnlno- bosiness as B. A. Maxwell A Co., and the Ballon State Bank- In Company, non-resident aeienaani". .r. .k. . k iih .u nf June. A.D.. 1895. The Woonsocket Institution for Savings, plalntin nerein, mea lis peuuuu m . Court of Lancaeter County, Nebraska, against the above named defendants, the object and praver of which are to foreclose a certain real estate mortgage eiecuiru uj Flora E. Grimes and Menard 8. Grimes on the Sth day of May, A.U., 188H, to the defendant, thf Ballon State Banking Company, upon iota lots number one (1), two (it), three 1) ana loai (4), In Lincoln Land Company sub-division ol lot one (1) and two !f). In block number on hundred and four (104) In thecltyol Lincoln, Lancaster uonnty, ruorwwe. To secure the payment of one promissory note . . . . i ci il .n , .V- , ? MIA ML dm OBWl ai ay o, loop ,u - - - - and payable May 1, 18H4. with interest at. the rate ol on per cens per buuuui, pju, o. annually according to the terms of ten Interest note thereto attached for the sum of $24S.7( dollars eacn.' That there Is bow dne and payable upon said . mn,DOVa 7 7ik 7!i dollar, and ten HUH, OUU uiui . i . . u . . . per cent Interest thereon from May 1, 1898, and also the rurtner sum oi ot.w uuho.o, tbe tax and assessment paid by the plaintiff on u t . A .......... itm aAonrltv. and the further sum of $90.00 for Insurance paid by P1"-'?; tin on said premises, unoer me cu"UIWUUB mortgage, with Interest on said sums from dat a. o.. 1,1 viva Aled for record In the office of tbe Register of Deeds of Lancastei County, on way n. ..u.. ino. , . ' . tan That, anld notes and Mi in lkukcs. a i. jior. mortgages and tbe moneys due thereon was on Banking Company to the plaintiff herein who ever since has been and still Is the owner and holder of the same. . Plaintiff alleges that all of said defendant! claim to have some Interest In said mortgagj premises. Plaintiff asks to have said Interest decreed to be subsequent and Junior to plaintiff mortgage, and that said mortgage be foreclosed and said real estate be sold to satisfy the amonnl ..i..i. n.t mnrtirftfl-e. and for UQe U 1 IV 1 U 1 1 11 uu emu uuw . , . taxes and Insurance paid, and an attorney s fet i it A -Vi n r m paAAlval for foreclosure ana rai uou, u vu.- .... be appointed to collect tbe rents and profit, o . 3 i rrk.4. HafAnrinnt he foreclosed Ol Baiu preuiiarn. the eanlty of redemption or other Interest in said mortgaged premises, auu , " ment and for such other relief as equity and Jus tice may require. - Ion are hereby required to answer said petition on or before Monday the 2Sd day of September, WOONSOCKET INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS, tii Its attorney. Sheriff Sale. n.l.. I. rlnn Thnt bV TlrtUS Of SB xecntlon Issued by the clerk of the District Court of the Third judicial uiswici oi OTrn -i . t i'..,.txr in an action wherein sou lor unuvMini wvuuvj, - - . . , . Hans P. Law is plaintiff, and C. O. Boettcher is defendant, I will, at 2 o'clock p.m., on the 10th day of September, A.D. 1805, at the East door of the Court House, in the city of Lincoln, Lancas- a n a v.i..aaba nffiar for n.lfl at DQDllO W tUUniJ, ivtji;ilt - . 4.A action the following described real etat to W The undivided one-iVenth (1-7) Interest la nd a. xi a A-.A f Mftinn twAntv-ioar ( e4i. township ten (10) north, range five (6) east of the 6th P. M., in l,ancasier vuuuij, property to be sold subject to the life estate of Wllhelmine uoeticner. Given under my hand this Sth day of August, AD'1886, FBEDA.Mai.KB, M. Sheriff. Sheriff Sale. Notice is hereby elven. that by virtue A at execution Issued by the Clerk of theDlstrictConrt ot the Third Judicial District of Nebraska, with in and for Lancaster County, In an action where in the Columbia National Bank is Plaintiff, and Thannnra Kaar Is defendant I will, at 2 o'clock p.m., on the 27th day of August A.I). 1895, at the East door of tbe Court House, In tbe City of Lin coln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, offer tor sale at public auction the following described real estate to-wlt: The north half of the southeast quarter of sec tion thirty-three (33), townsbip nine (), noru range six (6), east, la Lancaster county. N urnska. Given under my band this 22d day of jniy a.u 1895. 1HISU A. MlLLr.n, 7tB Bherin. Sheriff Sale. Notice Is hereby erlven. that by virtue of an ex eention txsned bv the Clerk of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of Nebraska, with in and for L&jcaster County, in an action where in Western Glass and Paint Company is platntlD, and Theodore Kaar and Mrs, Sarah Kaar are de fendants I will, at 2 o'clock o.m., on the 27th day of AugUBt A.D, 1895, at the East door of the Court House. In the City of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction the foilowinir described real estate to-wlt: The north half of the southeast quarter oi sec tion thirty-three (S3), township nine (9), north. range six (6). east in Lancaster county, meDrasxa, Given under my hand this tm any oi jniy a.i J8U5. I A. JUIL.L.C.II, 7t5 Sherin. Sheriff Sale. -.-x, i- i i tWAn ih.t. hr vlrt.ne of an nonce is uwhjuj icu, -- . - - execution Issued by the clerk of the District court ot the Third Judicial District of Nebraska, within and for Lancastercounty. neorassa, in "' wherein Levi C. Sloan Is plaintiff, and John Fits. i. oi ... jnio.H.nt. I will, at 2 o clock n.ra., on the 10th day of September A.D. 1805, at tbe a&asc oooroi iuflv-uuri.nuuBw.iii Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer lor tale at public auction the following described real eainie bu-wm. , Lota Two (2) and Three (S) in oiocs dmij-uu. 1611 In the mty oi t-incoiu, wui Nebraska, . . Given under my nana wis oin uoy ui A.D.15. , II1SU A. AlillIVIV. 6yj Sheriff. Sheriff Sale, . ii, that, hv virtue of an order ot sale Issued by the clerk ot the District court ot the rnira juaiciai uiBirmv m ""i', ,.i.i i ..- f Bi.KD.tiir rmintv. in an action wherein John W. Dorland is plaintiff, and Liiiie P, Davenport et al are defendant I will, al 2 O clock p.m. on me mm unjr ui 1805, at the East door of the Court House, In . i. .i: t t t 1 I anpautpr rntiniT. Nebraska. III. wtj vi , , , otter for sale at public auction the following de scribed real eetaie io-wiu Lot number Twenty-one (21) In Cumberland tt i..- . .it. inn n K tMtv nt Lincoln, accord ing to the recorded plat thereof on file in the office ol tne negisier oi ueeua ui nm county, Nebraska. Given under my hand this Sth day ot August, A,u. ". ... I KliU A. allLiLir.r., gj4 Sheriff. Sheriff Sale. Notice Is hereby given. That by virtue of an execution issued by the clerk of the District court ol tbe Third Judicial District ot Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, in an action wherein James A. Mingee plaintiff, and William V. Btnthelt and Anicust W. Stutheit are defend ants, I will at 2 o'clock, p.m., on tbe 10th day of September, A. I). 1895, at tbe east door of th court house. In the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, oner lor sale at pumic auc.ioo the following described real estate, to-wlt: The northeast quarter of section twenty-nine (29), township eight (8), range six (0) east in Lancaster county, Nebraska. Given under my band this Sth day of August, A.D. 18-5. Fbid A. Miller, Its Sheriff. Sheriff Sale. Notice Is hereby given. That by virtue of an execution Issued by tbe clerk of tbe Diet rlct Court of the Third Judicial District of MeDrassa, wnnin and lor Lancaster County, In an action wherein George G. Freeborn Is plaintiff, and William F. Btutbelt and Ana-net W. 8tuthelt are defendants, 1 will, at 2 o'clock p.m., on the 10th day of Sep tember A.D. 1896, at tbe East door of tbs Court House. In the eitv of Lincoln. Lancaster County. Nebraska, offer for sale at pnblic auction the fol lowlna described real estate to-wit: The northeast quarter of section twenty-nine (79), township eight (8) north, range six (6) east in Lancaster County, Nebraska. Given nader my hand this Sth day ot August A.U. 18VO. Fbio A. MlLLBB, ti - Sheriff. THE WEALTH MAKERS. Sheriff Sale. VnilM las hewMriV sTl Vtn. that br virtu of aa rd-r ol sale lesoed by tbe I'lerk of the Dl-trkl otirt of tbe TblrU Juilh-la' uiairici ii itbin and lor Lancaster roomy, herein Everett Kinney Is plaintiff, ana Jonn u KnlBht Is deleodant I will, at o elm p. m. os tbeSTthday of Annuel, A ll. D-5. at the Las' door of the Court Hooee. In tbe City ol Linco.a Lneeaater rounty. Nebraska, oner oblic auction the loilowiug ue-riueu to-lt: .. . . .ot six (6) In thesontnwesi qoarwr ,e.w. t.. . section thirty-six (l. town ivu ' (Ol. East, according to me rsvwru ... . section, thirty-six (36), containing ten (10 acre more or le-s. in Lancaster coonty, Nebraska. O ven under my nana ime .j - A.D. 1815. . iiTiivg rnivu au Sheriff Sale. Notice la hereby (riven. That by virtue of an order ot sale Issued by th Clerk ot the District Court of the Third Judicial District ot Nebraska, within and for Lancaster counly, In an action wherein E. J. Bnrkett la plaintiff, and John Strine, et. al, are defendants, I will, at 2 o'clock p. m. "on the 24th day of September, A. D. 1805, at the east door ot th court house, in tbe city ot Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, ofler for sale at pnblic auction the following described real estate to-wit: . ,.. Lots numbered eight (8) nine (t) and ten (10) In block tour (4) In Madison Square addition to the City of Lincoln, Lancastercounty, Nebraska Given ander my nana mis list, any oi August. , D. 1895. Fbed A. Millcb. Ht5 Sheriff. Sheriff Sale, v.iu la herehv riven. That by virtue ot an ..ii.i...1 h theclerk of the District Court ot the Third Judicial District oi ncoraBaa, nimm and for Lancaster County, In an action wherein Frank Sigourney is plain tiff, and William F. Btnthelt and August W. Btutbelt are defendants. 1 will, at 2 o clock p. m., on tn mm uj oi ocp tember A.D. 1895, at the East door of the Court House, In tbe city ot Lincoln, Lancaeter County, Nebraska, offer tor sale at public auction the fol lowing described real estate to-wit: The nortneast quarter oi wkwu. .bcu (29), township eight north range six (6) EaBt in Lancaster County, Nebraska. Given under my nana tnis om ubj ui A.D. 1805. . r BID A. ani.un.1., ... im q Duenu, Sheriff Sale. Notice Is hereby Kiven. That by virtue of an order of sale Issued by tbe Clerk of the District Court of tbe Third Judicial District of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county. In an actiou wherein Security Suviuga Bauk is plaintiff, and Henry A. Poston and Mat tie Postou are defend ants, I will, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 1st day of October, A. D. 1805, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln, Lancastercounty, Nebraska, offer for sale at puonc auction iiieiui lowing described real estute to-wlt: Lot cumberea fourteen (hi in uiuck eiKui..v-" (86) In the original town, now city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebruska. Given under my hand this vtn aay oi august. A. D. 1895. i BED A. MILL. I. 12t5 Sheriff. Chattel Mortgage Sale. w-.i i. h.h. .inn that hv virtue of A chat tel mortgage dated July UOth, 1891. and duly filed In the office of the county clerk of Lancaster county, Nebraska, on the SOth day of July, 1891, and executed by John Lanham to Cnarles Chowlns to secure the payment ol the sum of Three Thousand (SDOOO.OO) uoiiars. auu uk which ther is now due the sum of Three Thou sand (S3O0O.00) Dollars, and said mortgage n ar ias been assigned to Fred A. Miller, snerlff. by order of the District Court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, and default having been made in the payment of said sum, and no suit or other proceeding at law having been instituted to recover said debt or any part thereof, therefore I will at Lanham s Asylum Brick Yard situated about 8 miles south west of Lincoln, Lancaster county. Nebraska, the SOth day ol August, into. a iv o t.u;a , n ..in riav offer for sale at DUblio auction the goods and chattels described in said mort- gOnet Steam Engine, One Boiler, One Brick Ma chine, Eight Wheelbarrows, Twelve Shovels, Two Picks, Three Houses, inree omu "i all and singular the brick yard tools of and be longing to Lanhnm's Asylum Brick Yard In Lan caster county, being and constituting the tools. fixtures and appliances nseu ueretuiuiv -i at said yards. Dated August otn. vsvo. .-, FRED A. MILLER, Its Assignee ot Mortgage. Nntira la hereby iriven that the sale as a bove advertised has been postponed to Friday, Sep tember th. 1805, at 10 o'clock a.m . sai.l sale to take place at tbe above named place. Dated August aist, isim. .. FRED A. MILLER, Assignee of Mortgage. DO YOU WANT IT? Salesmen Wanted in every county, salary or commission. No experience. New Tariff BUI gives unlimited profits, actiye men ap Dlv anlckly statins salary and territory wanted. Manufaotarers. F. O. Box 8308, Boston, Mass. SULPHO-SALINE Bath House and Sanitarium Corner 14th AM Bts., LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. Open at All Hours Day and Night All Forms of Baths. Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric. With Special attention to the application ot NATURAL SALT WATER BATHS. Several times stronger than sea water. Rheumatism, Nkln, Blood and Nervous DIs- easas. Liver and Kidney Troubles and Chronlo Aliments are treated successluuy. Sea Bathingg) may be enjoyed at all seasons In our large SALT SWIMMlntt fUUI, duxmz ieet, o to iv ieet aeep. heated to uniform temperature of 80 degrees. Drs. M. H. & J. O. Everett, Managing Physicians. Known as THE KLKIIORX in Ne braska, is the Pioneer line to Hot Springs, Rapid City, Dead wood, Lead City, S. D., and Central Wyoming, and ia the beet line by which to reach these and all northern and northeastern Nebraska places in a quick and comfortable manner. Palace sleep ing cars, free reclining chair cars, and standard day coaches are provided for this daily service. Morning and after noon train service is maintained as far west as Norfolk; northeast to Omaha and Sioux Citv, and east to Chicago. City ticket office 117 So. 10th St. Depot corner S and 8th St a. L.-P. Davin, Dentist over Rock Is land ticket office, cor. 11 and 0 streets. Bridge and crown work a specialty Dr. P. Reed Madden, diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, 1041 0 street, over R. I. ticket office. Dr. Miles'NraT PfcAfOTRScnre RHEUMA TISM, WEAK BACKS. At drufulsto. only 25c, HOLMES' BOLD SCHEME TO SECDRE NEEDED DEFENSE MONEY, HIS LATEST DEEP SCHEME, Th Insurance Swindler and Alleged Mar. derer Seeking to Extort Cash From Those He lias Met by Threatening to Write Them I'p In His Book The Book Smug gled to Publishers. Philadelphia, Sept. 4. n. H. Holmes, who is charged with whole sale insurance swindling and with sev eral murders, and is now awaiting trial for the killing of B. F. Pletrel, although deprived of writing material and in spite of every precaution taken to prevent his communication with anyone outside, has written what pur ports to be a sketch of his career on the margins of books in the solitude of his cell, and has succeeded in getting it smuggled outside and sent to print ers. This is part of a deep-laid scheme of Holmes. During his travels throughout the country he has had business and social relations with many persons of un doubted respectability. He has with unusual cunning kept a record of all these transactions. The major por tion of these friendships were un doubtedly free from any suspicion of wrong-doing, but they are to be made the vehicle for securing sufficient funds for his defense. Th"i opening chapters of nolmes's book, published in one of the local papers, rehearse the earlier doings of a JNew Hampshire lad, whose subse quent career is not foreshadowed in any way. Innocent enough as the reminiscences may be, they are the groundwork of Holmes's bold stroke. These papers are to be mailed to all unfortunate enough to have been classed among Holmes's friends. These people will be informed that they are to be part and parcel of the book. Intimations will be given that it will be unpleasant to be known in con nection with its author and that all mention of names will be omitted for a money consideration. One of the chapters is devoted to the Boston experiences of Holmes and Minnie Williams. The woman, under the guidanoe of Holmes, entrapped wealthy man of family. For a time, beins led to believe that he had deeply wronged the girl, he made such occa sional financial reparation as he deemed proper, and the "conscience' fund found its way into iioimes pocket When Minnie Williams dropped out of sight the Boston man breathed freer, but proof sheets oi Holmes' book are now being printed in a printing office near Sixth and Market streets to be forwarded to the Boston man and this proposition made: If he will purchase 91,000 copies of the book, accompanying the order with $1,000 in cash, his -name will be omitted, as well as all matter that would in any way point to him. No doubt the Boston man who can well afford it will very promptly order the book and inclose remittance for the same. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. The deficit in the treasury so far this year is $13,000,000. A "test case" prize fight was stopped at Dallas by the police. Archdeacon Wolf cables that there has been no riot in Foo-Chow. There is $151,000,000 of gold in the treasury, $101,000,000 of it reserve. The demand on the treasury for small bills to move crops is increasing. Henry H. Wolfe & Co., wholesale clothiers of Louisville, Ky., assigned. A Tennessee attorney contracted a serious disease of the ear as a result of surf bathing. The Southwest Missouri G. A. R. association is holding annual reunion at Appleton City. Isaac Lewis was murdered by Marion Beardon and his sons in Taney county, Missouri. The German newspaper Vorwaerts has been confiscated because of unpa triotic utterances. Fort Worth, Texas, Methodists have begun to denounce the Corbett-Fitz-simmons prize fight. The sultan's decree of reforms throughout the empire, that was prom ised, has not been issued. Senator Voorhees scored the supreme court and praised Debs at a labor day celebration at Indianapolis. Governor Culberson appointed fifty delegates to represent Texas at the Topeka deep water convention The president has pardoned Bluford Foreman, convicted of assault with in tent to kill in the Indian territory. All gossip about the presidency of the Santa Fe is premature. There will be no appointment for at least three months. It is believed Commander Sumner of the Columbia will be convicted of neg ligence in docking the Columbia at Southhampton. Justin McCarthy has issued a mani festo declaring the candidacy of t Healyite against a McCarthyite in Kerry to be treason. Lightning ran down the chimney of Albert Lewis' house at Orange, is. J and oooked bis breakfast which was standing on the stove. There is dissatisfaction among the shareholders of the Oregon Railway and Navigation company, and further litigation is not improbable. The Gecgia Holiness people say that the wreok of Knights of Pythias excursionists on the Georgia Southern was a direct answer of the Lord to their prayers. It ia reported that President Cleve land has changed his mind about fed ral officeholders taking part in poll tics to the extent of what he used to term perniciousness. POINTS FOR THE PEOPLE. The business end of the silver erase Is stirring things up lively just now. It is the only end in sight and is likely te be for some time. October will soon be here and the obligation of the syndicate to maintain the reserve intact ceases. Then comes more withdrawals and more bonds. Nonconformist. It is rumored that there is a move ment on foot for the combination of all existing railroads in the United States under one control. If that ia true, the one control should be the United States government. If not, the combine will be far more powerful than the government Progressive Farmer. Scheming to get the government to turn over the issuing and control of all money to bankers, are they? Yes, and it would be asking much less to want the government to turn over the post offices to private management The people would not hear of that, will they permit the other? Farmers' Tribune. There is more business done in one day in the United States between its citizens than in one whole year be tween us and foreign nations. Yet we must have money that is "good in Europe." Would it not look more sensible to fix our money for home trade and let Europe look out for it Belf? Cleburne (Tex.) Herald. If the masses of the people ever get down to deep thought on the ques tion of "a money of ultimate redemp tion" they will Bee how utterly sense less such talk is. With $115,000,000 of gold as a money of ultimate redemp tion and ten times the amount to be redeemed we still hear men cry about an honest financial basis. Noncon formist Let me say to some senators who are bo frightened when you talk about fiat money and about making money by law, and who seem to think it indi cates a low intelligence and lack of information upon these subjects, that the period at which Greece had iron money is the most glorious of all its history. For 3ft0 years they made iron money by the will of the government Senator Teller. The money fight is not so much whether we shall have gold and silver money, as it is whether banking insti tutions shall furnish their notes as the currency of the country at an enor mous profit, and as a means of sweep ing the financial platter abcji every teil veara r currency reform is worth the name which does not in elude the abolition of all banks of is sue, and the issue of all currency by the government itself. Progressive Farmer. The ladies who wear bloomers, or whalever-you-call-'em, while riding bi cycles, are now getting rapped by the nulDit and the crotchety editor. It beats all how much some men know about what a woman should da Some men will munch tobacco, and spit to bacco juice all over a township, but have no trouble in discerning that rid lng a bicycle, dressed in a divided skirt is improper and indecent farmers Vni. Senator Peffer is out .u nu .man view denying a recent Associated press dispatch sent from New York repre senting him as saying that the silver movement was waning in the west The senator says he never entertained any such an idea, but thinks to the con trarv. These press dispatcnes con cerning populists must always be veri fied before they can be believed. One Of the strong points of the money pow er and its allies is its inexhaustive abiMty for artistic lying. Norconform- lSt A dispatch from London, England, says that the local government board has sriven its approval to the coloniza tion experiment promoted by the board of management of the poorbouse at Poplar, a district of the city. A farm has been secured in Essex, and upon this it is proposed to colonize 100 able bodied men and 50 men with their wives. If the scheme is successful it will be adopted in many other parts of t,h pountrv. and will relieve the poor- houses of many unfortunate men ana women, who. although able-bodied, have been unable to obtain work and forced to declare themselves paupers. National Advance. Heart Disease Cured By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. Fainting, Weak or Hungry Spells, Irregu lar or Intermittent Pulse, Fluttering or Pal pitation, Choking Sensation, Shortness of Breath, Swelling of Feet and Ankles, are symptoms of a diseased or Weak Heart MRS. MILLER. Of Fort Wayne, Ind., writes on Nov. 29, 1894: "I was afflicted for forty years with heart trouble and suffered untold agony. I had weak, hungry spells, and my heart would palpitate so hard, tbe pain would be so acute and torturing, that I became so weak and nervous I could not sleep. I was treated by several physicians without relief and gave up ever being well again. About two years c ago I commenced using Dr. Miles' Remedies. One bottle of the Heart Cure stopped all heart troubles and tbe Restorative Nervine did the re" od now I sleep soundly and at tcL . in j household and social duties with out any trouble. Sold by druggists. Book sent free. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health. . N. C. FOUND IN THE RIVER. Man and Woman Drowned In the North rork Near Norfolk. Norfolk, Neb , Aug. 27. A sad case ot drowning occurred bun day night in the North Fork, near the iTeamery, the persons losing their li.es being man named J. t abler and Mrs. Ada Vanum. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cabler and the persons drowned went ia boats to the camp meeting, starting back soon after 10 o clock. The firs couple on reaching the landing went to the Pacific hotel where all were stopping, leaving the others to follow,. About 2 o'clock in the morning the) boatkeeper instituted a search for tha missing boat, and found it bottom side up, with a hat floating near it Search was made and the bodies were) recovered about 10 o'clock Monday. How the accident happened cannot oa known. Cabler could not swim and was unskilled in boating. The Cab ler brothers were itinerant vendors of. magnetic belts, soaps, etc., and had been here several days, They hailed from Waco, Tex. The drowned man was twenty-eight years old. Mrs. Vanum bad been here several weeks, pending her husband's efforts to se cure employment in this section. She leaves a little boy of four here and a girl of six living with her parent, d. J. Fisher, at Blue Springs. AGAIN UNDER TENTS. the Grand Arm Doys In Annual B anion at Hastings. Hastings, Neb., Aug. 27. "Maroh- ing Through Georgia" resounded in gathering darkness at 8 o'clock last -night as the first formal exercises of Camp Sherman. A thousand people sat about the speaker's stand and ia the amphitheatre unable to see the speaker clearly, as the electric lights failed. After prayer by Chaplain Beebe Commander Adams thanked Hastings for liberality in arranging for the comfort and convenience of veterans and the unrivaled program of attractions. Sixteen hundred tents are occupied and some contain sixteen persons. Fourteen hundred applications for hay came from overland arrivals. Crowds are coming on every train. The first dae's attendance was a surprise. Fire works down town were given up at the crowd was at the grounds. The dust is troublesome. State headquar ters are decorated. The girl cadets are here and several bands. Veterans are camping in old-fashioned style. The camp officers are highly pleased and visitors find every convenience. A great program is arranged for to day. Clemency for aa Indian Murderer. Washington, Aug. 27. The presi dent has commuted to life imprison ment the sentence of Cephas Wright, a full blood Choctaw Indian, convicted of murder lu the United States court for the eastern district of Texas and sentenced to be hanged September 13. Wright was twice sentenoed to be hanged, but appeals were taken to the supreme court The president cites as his reasons for the commutation Wright's ignorance of the English langnage and laws and lack of realhv ation oi the enormity of the offense. . Stepped Into Deep Water. Yutan, Neb., Aug. 27. A highly re nnected voung man of this villahe was drowned Sunday afternoon while bath- W in the Platte rher two miles east of here. Although several compan- discover he was drowning until it was too late too save him. lie couia not swim, and in wading around stepped into deep water. His parents, who live near town are griei-stricken over the loss of their son. His body has not yet been recovered. ' Burglars at Clark. Clarks, Neb., Aug. 27. The gener al merchandise store of T. L. Dixon at this place was burglarized Sunday night, entrance being effected inrougn forcing the front door. The money drawers were broken from the coun ters and contents taken, but the safe was not molested. Dry goods and nthor merchandise were assorted in two large piles and abandoned.- Some clothing, shirts, jewelry and cash are missing. Brother and Sister Crown. Shelby, Neb., Aug. 27. A son and daughter of Reuben J. Cook, aged re spectively ten and twelve, were drownen in the Blue river south of here Sunday evening. They were bathing and the boy stepped into a hole. His sister attempted to help him and both were drowned. The badies were recovered Monday half a mile below the place where the acci dent happened. - , ' A Nebraska Man's Salclde. Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 27. W. W. KitteH, an attache of the war depart ment in Washington, shot and killed himself in his room at the Hotel Willey In this city about 9 o'clock this morn ing. A note to the proprietor said that nobody would claim his remains A dispatch from Washington says that Eittell was appointed clerk in the record and pension division of the war department from Nebraska in 1891. farmer Commits Suicides, Scribner. Neb.. Aug. 27. The news that Johanas Shultz had committed suicide, reached town to-day, Mr. Shultz has for some time been an in dustrious farmer, living four miles south of town. He became despond ent over his inability to pay his rent and was found hanging in his barn. ' He leaves a wife and family. Nebraska's First Merchant Dead. Omaha, Neb., Aug.27. Henry Pundl, the Omaha pioneer who went to physicians as to his health, died to-day at Berlin. He was the first man to open a mercantile house in the terri tory of Nebraska, beginning in Omaha in July, 1850. He was very wealthy, The 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs Marshall was lost in the sand hills of Frontier county for twenty-four hours. The little one was found nearly dead from heat and thirst.having wandered seven miles.