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4!rt«. athletic ront4wta and danHnff.
H( THB 8KNATK.
|rimu Hoar Tktabi utwr I*a|r Ca«* Hiwt
H« UlMarrd by ligttlallaa in Bakair
I'nltMl
Ulair awkad unanltuoun rotment to pro
ijt'ud H) tb» roaaldttnfciioa trf the boaaa bill
^•r adjuuiui«nit »f wviwitU uad#r Mia rlfkt
jtour law.
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^ttMkdor HlwmM'o profnai anit'ii^inMat
'!«»tbc tariff bill, wblfh iirovtdm ft* rwrt
jrufity in tht* entry of coal fnaa one
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KKTABL1SHKD 1890
THE NEW LABOR HOLIDAY
,.y.
ft If Almost Unfvemtty Ob
served as Contemplated
If lis Promote#®,
Cml Parades in All the Large Citiea,
Willi Fioniof and All Sorts
#f Merrymaking
4
A German Flag Causae a Small Wot
ai AUag'heny City~Tha Sen
ates Observances
OMAHA.
Hapt There wate
U,©e#
man
in line tn the U(»i l»» iwridtt in thladty,
thi* morning re|r»*senting even trade*
union and Knight of Labor assembly here.
well tt* dvi«g»t«i» from -the innMrx
alliance, of tbe county. Tbe addre** of tke
day van delivered by w-tkuatur VuttWyck.
aaae i a apgaa a tl lUokuV.
Kaoau'a. la *ept i Latxtr day was ©b
aercfed Ion holiday, thert belng
ju £i nerttl ccaaalion trf bun4iww». Tbfh' Wa*
it pM»di' in tbe biomliiK, f«dlowed
a picnic, i«t which adtUve*e~ wtre made
by J. K. (tovt-Kifn, atafe* labor eoanwlawkmer.
and «tbe**.
M( randn tn CMeaia.
Illfufh). S«|M Labor day wa# gawfcr
blljr observed In thin City. Ther® tew Mo
(urttdm thl# morn lag. one under the
hKkpli w of the truH and hlmr tnM*ihly.
with n I tout 'in.oon ineij Hi lint*. wud one by
V iiu Knleh^ n( Ubor, win taniwl wt wRfc.
^fibou! l.Wfl llMWt.
^^twjrk«ljr Julaad at nililiuit.
Ftiflhd ao Jept i,~ Uhurdiy gaa
fially «.»wterved tn thla rtlty and Mirranindh
piiif town* to-day All bunk's, fitrtiirlc* mid
|fiill* and many hit*1ne*« bouae*. sire closed.
unrknivn. nil tl»*-
HIP
#'»N
rUy, u*»W part tn Ike )an4li
A BM Ow Um flag.
Turtiic tlf Uw Buk^rv* union
lit liif lab»»r parKd«* up Norlh »v#«ur, AU«
ftt«RV »*jr. tin-afi»ri«*n party of A»»wr-
n^-hanli** bnk«- Into
UM*
'^€«rn tb» »liIt'll tht bakt'r
frn rurrTtns Th« bakt*r* drf«*ud**d ih
tux but «b« W«T«' ofTp«iW»T»'1 mid lh»-
UK trail Mi in lh« duot. No t»»r«»(»fi «m M*r
».u.lv liijurfd, but tin? iiK-tdrnt u«|iMt
fraal N ar »«W nca4fe-
I ulam
mt
rnmA
ud whfii»v«»r it ?th»N bt- duly -^rtUied to
|b»* prwddent of tb« ruit.- that the
ivrmui««tit of Ua« D«»mimon of »natt* haw
l«N ii4r»Ht it ilfslrf* to enter lnt«t »ut*h roittm«rt-ial
}rr*ni»*rtwnt« with Utr rnit««l Htat«»i a*
ili rwutt tu tb» complut*' or par
•mi ai of antlo njKiii tn41' tx'tw^D
witl th«* 'nlt«Hi Hta««« h- *hstli ap
Jiolnt three i ..mmb»«loi»r.rs mm tftotw who
|i»a tlp«i|oii»u«i I. rfprtwin thf
of aoatla to foimitlt«r tfac tw*«t uirUiudii
*Xtnt1l0|t tra«l« i*latioiot tirttrr^n (Utua
»tl th* (tttml and to aawrtatoi
•»n what twttiN gr*a««r frwdom of
yStit«rw*»rw tx^weni ehe two «*in{rl« ran b«rt
"IAOOttrtHl and hhIiI •-•tuinNfl.ti«i hhal! report
|o ta# prmid*^ wao nhati lay UMir npm b»
fare
•Us Crop* ia (Itnwlit,
(hit *pi i.
HK«
runic* kmt tortf

Tk*w Mat^l.
Mfrw VttHii l.—Ail Hit ^orfrtinnmt
aud oiunii'tpal (HTIecNi, Uaiik». at«".. ar*
v jliMd. TWrw #w two parade*, tbal of
Ibf Ontml Labor Union aad t&w cut r»I
l-*txr Ff«d«-ratluu,
in boill about
•t«-u partU-tpat«d.
M«a«niHy OtwarvMl la BMUIII.
fw pt day wan «**4e
|r»t«d t'-liiy by tin- grm ral rhtnlnf »f
INWI-
bituaon and a pafadr to vMdl 1*.M9
#«N*|il« iMHirlttltt^i
a
In itealaaafli
ixciaxATt. Kept. I. Labor liay wa* «l
vwl Www.
tot
LIMMIOU
at
I tM»r.
W AHMIKUTtiM. K-pt. i. 111 tbe M%«lt»l«'.
i' HBtoi Blair aakad wbfithw a uiatiou to
would be in urdfr Thi»
WM
Labor
4«y. b* aald. au4 ihoald Iw aaifanaUjf ul
ijpr%ad.
H«*n«tor HaJr aaK) Labor 4ay
«MIM
Jktu»r leoawe4 bjr tafialaUoa tn bakalf uf
3'Ut'r
.„i Blair and «s«iil: "I
jjjM li* «'iuttif In rharjf«' of ttn# tariff bill
ll.ut I will »-s|. tin (inanimua» of
4lbt» ftwsaw Klv#* prt'-»tl«*iic«. to *»Bttid*«ra
ft»»n t*f Um labor blli» that hax« bnw ml
,a- by U»»- bouwtif rrprfwutatbtw.
**b«.r»iiuti Rittri- niitii-i' of mi aiiM-uduiciit
lih li in prt»pi#?«tHl Ui uflcr Ut tin* tariff bill,
til.' ^tukluf toward r«N-ipjhfc*lty altb tb«' i)o»itln
lijMi «f 'uaada ia and toward "atfe-ad
"%»lt trade rvl»»lA«« iifitwa t'auada a ad th«
ba
Manitoba and
-Tb*
|nort))w«*«t l»nrvf-*t is now |»r.»b:.taljr beyood
*M«'W*achof arrkUuti. Ttn* f«ld of grain
and roots »urh wis ii-\«r murpetitMed
|aad aaMk«i r»i»iaU*«l In at»y -o»*ntry. Four
jday» ago tbt rt t|K'r ceiMtn«iir«tJ and miltot
of grain wa» falling In l*»und 4«avt* fnmi
tin* rt-apor and hinder Thr is light la
tii« I »•*mand «•!»••»Hi*ta*t-»i
million dollar* will nmw Into Manitoba and
t»orti»wt*i fttr wheat al"»»»v How much
,ui4iit» ill tt«'t for oat* and potat nwian
'inot b# falrulstwl. but It will g»*t a
«tm.
1ala Wra«fc ta fn^Mi
Ifaitia, a«pt. 1. A trait! wmm thrown from
..lit* traflt at
Amu*
Ha^uteen car-
rlagtw ware aracharf a ad mttuml pMWNMh
iiilk4 ur iajurad.
Tradr* rat«a foagi aM.
LnHaifXH 1 Tlu* ttada* unk.a
•pitied h«r« todav Kl»» bnadnd
*?w^#ty
THM EIGHT HOUR MLK.
Tba Haaanra Wbleh PravMai for Klght
Hour Oajra In OomnaiwJ W«rt.
».|11M,T«»N l. I ^vi! I. Tilt folltiw
iug in «i»«* t«*xt of il.r vigrJat tauatr bUt pa«a«a
by tht- iiHthmal hutw
A
Htrnnx I. T!i it Hjrtrt h«wrs -thall «mstitwta
a la'i work lor all )aN»irr» workmrn .%ad
OMfhanlt
IJO*
That auiv ofltoer of the gnvwrmaent of
the nlttsl Ht»t**n or any person ^rUn« utuler
or for «ii'h .»(llii*r or any tintractor with tUe
rnlted Htite» or otlier perMou Intenttonall) lo
latiUK any of the pro-, talone of thin at shall
f«»r ea offenw lie (nsui^lied l»y ftne na It-wa
than Wo nor more than *1 (Ml. or uniri»oiuu«nl
not more than «lx nionttis. or la* imtii tine! anil
imprlNoned at the diacretlon of tbe mart,
t.
All law# or part* of l^wa in wiritel
with lhi» a«'t are h«*reby rej»ni«jt.
MORC RAIL AND LESS WATER.
A Oampwny UrgaalMd to HknrtM fwlgiil
Tl«i» ItctOrM Ckleafo a*»d lonHoa.
CMH A«it hept. I. -It It. pixipoMii t« re
dnoe tlH' tlim« of ruRveylux pcrnOiable
freight front tbl» *tty in i tt le** than
ho* en davx. by di**r««aHliig ,ie
KU
I be Itit ttmc, lb«
fr(Utlatttn al iu» la»t MNHhm 4t^Uiriaii it u
jiolldM v. The day ^pfui in parading
[ad pif.nhiiM(. Prwivably 3 men wrrr
At
KADMI Our*. Mo.. Kept. l.-|«lar 4ajr
tta* ul*»rr\ tnl brrtt by all Uh1 ItM^al tradr»
sir koliert N Fowler. M. P..
banker Thoniaa Wood, rhalrnian of
^iT, n-a
fmpiovftl ««r win• tnav h»*«-
alt«*r •»n»|»ltv*«l U t»r on behalf »f thf g.»w
••rnm«nt «»f ih* ntt«*U Htau*n or by ut on in
hair th»- Uitr« of Columbia. exc«pt lura»««
of extraordinary i4im-rg«'nt^} hirli may arise
tn tinto nl war or tu raw- irhm it may t*» n«g
«tnar\ to work moiv than eight boar* par ail
eadar day for tU« prttet*t(.»n juop«M ty or hi)
man lift*
tnovi.Vd, That in all rorh rase* the laborer*,
»urkm*n ir mechwics ao employed and work
inir t. #»*i-oerf eifrht hours par cai«adar day
*hall b« paid on tin* ba« i of eight hours roa
-tituuiitf t« tiay i work
Pr^rtdea further That not leu* than tbe
current rate of pei diem wajit in the locality
wber»» thr work I-. performed Hhall he p*ta to
laborer- workmen »nl ruetlianitA employ«Ml
ou behali ot the gov et tunctit of the Cnlted
titates or in the Uittirn ol i'olutntiia. and la
borers, workmen anil ni«»:h:in einplf)*^
.^tntnwHor^ tr nub ontrartorH tn the exerutlou
of a fonlrart or nntiact* with tht* t'ulted
Htate* or the IMtti let of CoiumMa. nhall t»
ile. iiit*J to tie etnjitoyed by rtr on beh.'Ul of tbr
uoceruiuent of th»- I'ulted Hiate!«.
i'rox ideti further. Tbal any offik-er of the
|Tnit**i Hiate» »hi«t tint y it l.- t^ |»»y «m«h om»
tra lorn i»r «rttt-»-ontf*i tt»r» ^hall t«ef»r** j»ar
mens of moneyn. »wvit Uu and himself
that the iai«Ht»r«. worhinea unt mefhank-tt mo
••niployetl hat tie*ni pabl by much eoutnwrtor
i»«ti itub-tontractor tnu the ifovertimetit of the
I'ntted Ataten fthall not be liable for the pav
mem of ntli i.tijort-n wttrhnten or me» lianbvt
einployeti by t-outra' tor« aihl ititi i-ontr^t torn.
SRi *. That all contract# hereafter nia1»* by
or on beliillf of tbe govemiaent of the nlUid
State* or by op «i tM-half of tbe I»i«trlrt of Co
lumrviu with any ort» iraUoti penwm or per
*on.«. for tiii- |*«r?orui.ttu .• of any work »ha'H be
ma«le on the iiasin of etjtht lit»ur» con.HUtuttiiK a
lav'« work and It *hail nnlawfni for any
»u li t-oi |Mrat)oit jwrwiu or per*ons under iitrh
-oiUraet to mjuire any laborer, worhman or
uieetiaui' to work naor*1 than ei|ht houm |»er
*aieudar day In ttoingr -ttfli v* ork except tu the
f%«e~ »n«t upon the mndttlimn pmvldfd tn &*•
tbnt 1 of thin art
—7T r. —':y
IIUMIUT
of
rnlle» of Meam»hip tranttiortH' Ion and In
creasing that of rail. Tht pro)« et embra«*«M
Ua* building of a Mtad eaat frt»m Q«»hfr for
a dlatanre of Mil mile- to Ht. ('liarle*. hay on
the Labrador r*wwrt. Between that point
and Milfimi Hareu. tn Hale*, a line of large
ocaau
tniwliiia ia to run. and fruiu
HMTV
a new railroad K to Im1 built to l^itidon.
Tbu timmanjf whi«h baa Um» project k*
hand 1* known in the Ntirtb Canadian At
lautir Hallway and HtMinaiilp eompany.
wllb t^ipdal of
9SU.CHMI.NHI
Um
Mllford tkit'kx: ftaiie* U. Mott. dire^-tor of
tbe Chreai He-torn railway: WllHtsm R.
Balcb. b:iuk«r t»f IJOIIIIOII. and ^*lr THMglaa
F««. tbe en$lcM*ut Knglitb englitb^r. who i*
abimmilUnimgmwr tp tba enaHpaay.
The bead «4i«N»)* of the nompaaj are t«» be In
Loiidou.
If tin* ••uglaeeriug reiairta a re fuvorabk*
It la aald that 3.One men will Ik* at work
next spring, bulldlnw tbe new railroad*.
8hotild the new route lie e«tabilhed peo
ple who are eutupallad t« er*»— the N*ean
who.ar** to -«ea*lckiie»s would
to »Mc to aborten their aufferibjf*.
OXFORD IOWA. BURNED.
VIM Tawa Alamt Trtally D«»tr«fad bjr
an lae eawtiary Ktr».
"toWiTm Ta !H-pl 1 Fin- iaol lilfibt
almost totally «i*ntroyeil the town of Oxford,
went of tbia city Nearly all tbe itusiiieaa
part ami eaatiy private yaatdeiicett were
burtieil Tbe poatoffiee. bank and many
other building* were deatroye4. The fire
undoubtedly waa lu4«ndiar tbe ire bell
ru^e having been cut. Tbe
kmt
at from fsa.oao to tse.«eo.
Wmmry
ea«i»»aW*i
Oawrgr« ttetiiraia.
N«w Yoaa. teept. l.~H««ry u«wrge
marked here eailv tlii- morning by the
steamer *ervla. lK*legate» front tbe mingle
tax club met Sir lieorget at tbe pier and ex
tended to blai a foi ntHl welconH'. In »t1di
tktn ti the appolial*d dat**gnie«ta large nuin
l»tr »f xiugle ta\ men marched In a liody to
meet tbelr obief. Mr. Ueorge Infortnetl his
friends that be felt tired after tbe voyage
and needed a few bourn' mat. Mr. Oeorge
will be present at tbe niafuKwa of atngte
tax men thia nftermaai.
Mr. tieorge aald hU trip ttaaani «ncaaiw
ful than be lta«l anticipated, rvati ta the
protection atronghoidH of Attwtralla. fIN
moat pronounced view* on fre»- trade, he
aald. were given an iwpavtial bearing every
where.
"*lagrte tax cluba." be aald mpruugap all
akmg the line after my «pewch«a. The U»ne
ha» already «titere»l Australian polltlra."
Tbe tingle ta* convention U gan In uoper
nkM) at o'clock thla afternoon, William
tvPtaa»dale opening the meeting To
*bt a pubUc recvptlaw will In» b»*eiiww«
U«iry Oeuff».
Tbay Say
TIMI
Ban Urmtik.
can AtW). Hept 1. onM rut*tl» «iy all of
tka anion car|M'nten tu Cbicugo. In gombar
a boat a.oau. are on atriku to-day, but aa
they art* participating In the Labor l»ay
parade there t* no evidence »»f tbe atrlka
Jteyotid the idlenoaa on buiMlngt in oouraa
of construction. «.lmlit»i I" that which ex
t«ud» lv it hut branfbt» ui ialiut out! uu tbe
WMM ««OMHtfc.
WifHURflTDii. S« pt I. Ex-i'aymaater
Oaoage F. Cutler l!nitod Hlatem nary, died
at hkifawMmiw la tbta rlty IMa monMap.
a«ed ?H
Wfbty
M!b«h
UttUat.
TMUOA^ iStpt I. An e*i»ttaik»n occurred
toH^iy ta a mine at £kry*.!av, ia UaUcla.
f. I.-
,1""»
GRAND ISLAND'S PALACE
A Monument to the Enterprise
trtd Energy of K«
braska Cjtizens
Strange Death in Lincoln—04to Trow
Dies From the Ffleets of
Chloroform* I
A Beatrice Boy Attempts Suicide fbr
Having Been Puninhed—Oltier
Nebraska New*-
OaxMo^laLAaD. Sapt. I.—The Grand I I
aud xugar palace, now coiaplett«l. atawd*) a
moiiumeni Ui the i-ntrcy and enterprise' of
Nebraffka and Urand Mnml In cotinecttoi,
with the panorama of the battle of (*ett
burg It covers two bbK-k* »*f ground in
point of Interest
11
Itraai* liaatt la Waaae*a|f..»
fawooa.K. H«*pt. 1.—tto II Fna». ••ell
known and popular yoaag man of *7 year
came to kl» deaUi by taking chloroform N
aatlafactory reaami can la* avaigned for tin
act. Haturdayevenlng be wa» uright ami
cheerful axietual and at fl o'clock h« attlreti
bln«elf in hi-, bext nuit of clothes ai» though
he wan grting U) make a call. Thirty min
ute-* later he purchased half an
HIh
AmouK tboae
prominently lnt«reKt«Ni In the project are
Hlr Hector Laagevia. minister of
ptiljlk* wtirksi of the IKuninion Sir (°harie«
Tuppet. bin prede*e«iwir in that office atwi
now high mninil«*ioner for Canada lit Lew
dtm. t»!r Henry A. I*na**». JH-d mayor of
the BitHagt It*lib rallara
HiurriJiua. »ept. 1 -ITnited Htataa Bank
F.*uminer UrlMth I* In charge of the City
National bank, which appended laat wtM*k.
Kuiiiom ar* Uylng thick and fu»t apt.
Hill, atate treaturei I* on the ground, and
la authority for the atatement that the
stak'» fuuda are protected Judge Ua«lin.
Otic of tin- heaviest HtuckboklerH, la In favor
of opening the Itauk with an entirely new
irgnnlfutlon after Bank Examiner GrlSth
make- hi* fin hi report. There l^t talk of
making William Uaalln. jr.. president and
Griff J, Kv.iii-- cat»kler. M*yor (|»rk. one-of
Connty Treasurer FaulS lamdnnieii. waa
neen regarding the county flnauce- and waa
a*aug«d tbat tiara waa no oneaakm IK ^a
eaalne*fc.
da u aatt Oaa Wbita Cap*.
BKMKVrr Sep! 1 A (tarty *»f Ave wea
dutipfd at the farm 1IOUM of
aliont three nille- froni th(*il.o-e. ivtHJUl
mtdnigiit. aud railed up hK hired man.
Klixha i*u»ver. I'pou hb going outnidc to
a*e wlutt wu« wanted, he wax Mixed and
forcibly turrlod away with 4tHm. Kitrlv in
the morulug a party pf uekchbirrM »«t a tied
out to hunt for bint, but no trace of liln
ctiultl be found until late Saturday nlgjbfei
when he returued to thia place Imdly bruiaed
up. lie aay» he waa roughly baud tad.
beaten and threatened by the mob, but waa
iuatly alkiwed to go. when he made hi-way
to a uelgl»la»r'H. where
MADISON, SOI TH DAKOTA, 'ITKSDAY, KKPTKM HER I, \mi
MiriwsMi. that of :IIJ
other palace ever erected, a* represent iinf
an li.duntr.v that i» »ure to r«Mtlutktnite tin
'agricultural iuduotri*** of Jfebraakn ami the
whole wistt. Tl»e exhibit* in Ike palace if
arled. Mnple Mixar, beet »ugar a ad tii
Cuw augar ludiiHtrleM are repr*»*ent ti
King C«»rn enter* In the exhibit**, at* do :it!
the cereal* and granee* grown In Net»m»k
At tbe right of the main entrance ia a Kim
lature beet nugar factory in full opera11.
KIIOWIRK
the product in every »tage of
manufacture. Thl*. will be very inatructi
aud tntereMtlug. At the left
Im
a cane fa
tory alno in operation A«tHirnlng thi- .«
one of the pre! Sent and moat realistic acene
In tbe palace-a Vermont maple «utn
camp **ene. Hmail maple tree* have lx
plaut4d In the ao!l. A shanty and wbM.
Htone Ire-place and a ra«*e and fcnir imii
are In the back gmaitd. K% orything n
covered with artlttcial anow that rtHjutn
tba tH*aae of touch to diatbiguiab from )H
real. Tbe white room. writ, csereal ami
graie« exhibit* are atxo very InterestIHK
Beside* tlieae Mr. ('brittle iin^ presented u
half dozen I a rite Nebraska landncap*"-. v in
feet. The roof I* dtt-»ratel witli corn and
liwlit. The panorama of the battle of Get
tyHbarg, which will l»e exhlblte*! In «H»nne«
tion with the palace. 1m the aaaaa alge a*
tboae exhibited in Omaha and Denver and
executed by the name urttM.
IH'
retnalned until
morning- He kiMiwn one of the party and
promiwea aprwxly vengeance by legal m««aa
ur». What tbe tri»able wa* almut ii pot
generally known, hut It
IH
Wii Bat |ait« lagmil
NBIJM»*
Hept I, Five prlaouer s conflwad
in tbe Nuckolls county jail undertook to
br«»ak jail by digging a bole through a
brick vail. They bad manned to ii.m^'al
their work during the day by throwing I be
refuaa under the beda.
T%0f
duy tbrnagk
and were eacaping when dlaoo ere«i by
hkcrlif Worden and hU deputtea, wbo «ov
erctl them with their gun* and forced them
to return to their cell*.
TOOIM
nmwgglad to them tu annia mapiar (tot
known,
lwlary at friawit ,*
Fukmmny, Kept. J.—The gtrneral mer han
dia* itore of I'eterwon Br»»» waa bttrglarlw*!
at o'clock on the morning of the -Wth.
The front door waa un'ofked by mtmtn if a
•keietou key. The tiMmey drawer wa» pried
off and tS« In ca»h waaextractwd. Wat« ht«a,
revolver*, and other valuahlaa to tbe e*u*nt
offTS in value were taken. Four arreat*
of •iifkrtDtMi cliaractera wert naada Ml1'*
Cwmbad by a W.
itttaav.
mpt,
1 Htere WaKb, an old
mident of tbk» eoaoty. waa killed a» Broan
atw »t*»«t ain« ml lew want
ttt
bere, while
croaalug the railroad tra*k with a h»ad of
taaiber and grain. Mia team balk*al and
Walah waa thrown froat the wagtHi Tka
wheel* paaaed over bta ciiettt and In II*'#
mbiut*-- he wa» dead, liln untlmiely dei.tk
In Mttiliki abock to the (xirawanl(|. Wtltk
taavew a wife and three chlldran
PNIRIMHI tu H* a R«Iiy Ba^F.
ftlKt'Mawt sept l. Brun*wiis. i
MM€
ut
i,
a new town swsvrnty-five lalle^ we«|
at'Mows CMf. Wktek »anaala— tela am «f
T-~T~rtt— r*—
(be bu«y bartea «»f north Sebraaka. It ta-]
*lta»tMl
IN
Rk)u'1
HUIHT
of
cbiornform at Hteiner a Krliullt drusf
"tore lie returned to hi# home at ItiA
treet ao late that neither hi* father nor
mother beard him come in. At ?:SH Hund.a
morning he wa« found on hi* bed dyin.
clothe* were »till on "and etmu' to bia
face wiif. i in. tinply btittle of chktrof«iria
and hi* l»ninlk« robbbf Into which he had
poured the UruK A phyalctau wga caliud.
but In fifteen minute* Frow aa» dead. Ti»e
fact that h« had heart trouble ia attributed
a» tio rramm that»u ii a a*uall quautitv **t
tbe »wdati ve killed htm. aa ordinarily it It
laimed a full ounce or more
1-
nece*«art
tbe a0rth»aj*ern pari flf Antw-
l»|}«,* c»*unty. and K the brat tuwn wwrtttf
I'lalnvlew ou the Pacific Kbort line. The
town ia twautlfullt located in the center of
tuiir of the rk*be*t ngii attural dt»»t rlct* of
ftoftbern Nebraaka. and ba- mt»re trlbatary
t'irltory tbun auytowi.
on
tbta railroad
fttilldhiga for 11 hardware aad nvarery Mow
Stave Just been mm^ated Vt aw Iw-
CLARKSON ©TIPS DOWN.
Rtaaaa at tba Vint Awal»tant PaatwMlrr
daaaanai Mkaaa BoWtai Ufllee.
V\ Aaftt»(iTti» arpa. i itti. Clark -n. Ira
mHtaiti ptr ttM^lM geaerul pim tlcaily
ftint'luded hl- *«frtlce^ tn tbe postofli.'t) de
fi:itt**ent to-day The president muck
4o*d ltl furtbci ontiiitiAIK i the plat
i*ut Mr. Clarkaua w« unable to remain
lunger It tt itevl tbat Mr darkauu aa
atiined the otHfe in March I ft**, ualy at ike
Itrontr persua4loti of the president, the t*
publican national .-.imniittee untl the lead
big men ot
UM*
party, tiad tbat he baa re-
ptiiined to it at»c« a«aiaat baa www wMm.
lie ttald to a report*! of tbe Awxwfiated
'^re«*t:
I aerepftnl thl- oWce unwillingly aud for
term of month*, mtt y«»i«r*. aivd I lay
glown gludly My relation* with the pre*.i
Ht-nl and the |MP»im»«ter-jri-ner.-i I have |«r* er
Hb»en ehw* i hit it t^ortllal and pi naiM. But I
e no liking for ofBee WhitnK' and while
itbe pu»tai ftarvice h» our tbat will mIMOHI
Cne
he Interest and comniaiul Hie in-lde of unv
cunnecttal with it. 1 *ery much prefer
rivatc life and lt« Indepcmdence. The re
»rb that 1 bare given up Iowa as my
me l» tnowmw, 1$ ia tlte beat atate tn
he uukm and mjr k»t ia caat with it."
Mr. Clark—n will very wmn aaaunie the
Jrexlrtency of the .Tud*on I'neumatlc flail
pa* company. wBlch applies new prtncfple
^n iiH'omotloii anil to motive power In cllb*~
t'nshlngton
ml which U now building a railway In
city. In bi- nearly eixitte«*t
tnth«. in oWee Mr. Clark*ui ha ap|Nintml
tpi,875 fourtb-cla*» pontmaater* and e-.tab-
A.tMMi new ptanofbce-." making bK tw
•rd X'.UiCi In ail. All the appointmentA in
fhe posioHlce department are made up in
|b«' brat ate-lMantV olit. and In pret.1
|aiitial utkitR 111? gpiadiitnieutM hare
mi made during lit. 'jarkatai'a offteial
1
me. leaving only iM of tlii* ciaaa of irfBcw
ncbanged.
TIIIh
r,
IN
in the large**', record in
i karige» and tn eMtablithniflait of po*tofllccM
i vei made in the aame length of time. A
I IrlUiioi faaturwi ta tbe number of new of
I i*» •—tablNbed. The departmwat official,
i pMtUorf of tbla. naId ••In theve nffim
av» iw^-n llluatratod Mr. Clurktmn'a broad
an otHcial (If thwn- new offtce*.
i««i 157 an- in the New Kngland ntatei.
In i he middle ntatew, in what in
galled be north we* t, exteiMllng frtau Ohio
tbe Uakotntt. ta? tn the mtntotaiu and
'INi nau atatew. and ii.ett or over half
i tbe Moutheru »toUa"
ten wi*t prominently named a* Mr.
Si I:
H'a auceeaaor are L. T. Michmier, of
H. C. Ftiyne. of WUronwIu: Chaun
illay of Mlaaourl John N Irwin, of
amuei FwwM^tdau. nf i tent
M«trnw. irf California.
m0t
K. c.
now rlerk of t'.e office
Mi*, darbaiin wa»*tb**«*«*4MMBiMKMMMtta
t' i "f the MfwMiMHippi valley und the m'ti lu
the department. It hi thought tbat kin «uc
ceaa«»r It moat likely to ronie fntaa the wtat
alm
Tba Arbanaa* Way.
Nil Yima, Sept. t. A Little Hork, Ark..
special to the
Paul
«ay»: ••Thin morn Inn
at th opening of tbe poll*, two eoloiet!
judges appointed by Couuty Judge ItIII t.,
*erv Hi the third «ard. were itjoctcd front
tbe {Mtllliig place* and white men elected In
tbeir wtead. Tbe rvruainlng Judge*, while
man. refuat*d tu aerve With tbe newly
rtecUnt judge*, and opened a poll elae
wbere, thu» making two polity
A dlnpatch frOm McAlmoataayrftbe juUge»
there appointed by Judge 1II1I were refuaed
adMiaaioo to polling placea. ThUMt kl aawrb
eicltement. aud trouble ia feared.
Bala falM to Shaw lip.
MOMTHKAI
Sept I. The
V.
\\m.
Hnydar,
•T Mra. Oaalajr.
AHA.
JVuMi*n, -1
betti Ctailey wife of Judge l^iomat t'tailey.
akalrmau of the inter-Htnte comnieree rtun
inkadoa. dked at ber butae iu Ann Afkor ya«
ter*lay ot cancer ,of tbe aUnwach.
FOREIGN PLA8H8E.
-WM» fomte de Farta will apand'tt week
alttMrtiug itefore atartlug for America.
Firrr «uldlmatuy-b«d to the garrlaoo at
Ohtgou Fruawlib ffltMta, are wufferlng fmm
Intt tletica
THK
whUpered tbat
mm* raejr «ara)opM«b at»y ba «trd«d
blaat fumace arta of Kngland hare
decided to aupport tltoir (kuteh brethren
who are striking for an ia(*rea»e In the
wage* paid for Pumiay work.
TMTK
cellar of a bowery In HUaltrrjU,
•axiaty. lu-whlrh a number of awn were at
wirk, oollapnad. buryhaf atxteen of tbe
workmen. Of tbeM- m*»eit were killed.
TlWit la a general failure of the cropa la
tbe dlatrlct of the Sagueuay In Queiiec The
failure l» due ti dry weather and froM*.
Many famille* are preparing to emigrate to
tbe 1'nlted Htaten to obtain waybfaietit ta
the cotUtn fuctorie*.
Us*
J«H
l»ad lieen
Tmuhk
THK
A.
CA.»e
ayralliMt c.
Hale for sbNtittf hi* brottier-iu-law.
Cow lea, o| Cleveland. Ia»t spring. w»» to
kave come up to-day. but Hale did not ap
pear. A bench warrant wa* ordered for h'»
aaMT, tba noted leader *f the
Rocrw, KprrmtnU that terrible mlaerv ha*
been caua*d anions tbe nativ«*i of Kouth
Africa by the lk|uor traffic.
DUCHMC
and
AruukenneM» arv makliot bavoc among tbe
•uttvi- trltw*. not withstanding tin effort
of the mUtMionarieH,
will lie iSo.ftao men angaged In tbe
Buaalait antumn maneuvata. It ta ataled
that Kmperor Wltllaai intimated hi» dealre
.to w itnewft the*w- utaneu
vr*.
but tbat tb«
«car politely but ttruUy couveyud the idea
that no forelgw yutaalgla wwll k» ffraatad
•bat prlvlirgtt..
Two Italian toariat« recently atteinpied
to anaiid Mv. Cervin. in the Alp». On the
Way up they were aurprined bjr a terrti
Murei and f«»rt*««d to Bee for tbeir lire*.
Their guide expired on tbe way. and when
the Unirt«t« arrit ttd at Mlemtatt mie of
tliem wa» found to le dlwAgured lor Ufa by
having bin face cut with piece* if ioa. aklle
Hi* other had both hand» fnmen
baavy ralna contlnne in HwlUerluitd.
•auoiiwt flo^tda In tbe river*. Many bridge*
kave been (Tarried away, fiatal commanl
eatkm with tbe canton of GrlaaMe- ha* been
eat off by tbe high water, and iimmunk**
ItUm itelstern arloa* plactw. in the Arthurg
ikouutaittt* ha'-. itipped wing to the »am«*
tau«a- A landslide ha1, occurred In
••"xl
IIH
Ik. I
GEN. BARUNDA, THE REBEL,}'
Pen Picture of the Guatemalan
Who Recently Fell Riddled
With Bullets.
Hit Impressive Air and Grandilo
quent Talk at the Commar
eial Club Banquet
Waa N%) Wilkes, Former}) of Kansas
City. Wil& Him—The News
te Ganeral
Kagfa*a Citt, bept I —Mpeetal: A 4b
patch from ban Joae dr Quatmaiala aa
uutMUHit. the kllliug Friday of Gen. M.irttu
Barunda. the Guatemalan rebel.- by officers
of the port of Sau Itaa-. Bar und :t wa*
aIhimitl nu American ve*wel at lite time the
killing oci unrd. The imicI wa Itowrded
by s» nniuber of Guatemalan nflrrr^. who
deiuandtHi of the captain the mirreuder of
the reltel. The cuptalu. a man naated IMtt*,
ctm«tttted. »nd the tdBcert» went to Barun*
da'« cabin und demntided hi* aarrender.
Barunda refuaad. aud drawing ItU revolver
bred. The act. of c«ture. meant death, and
In a moment he fell, riddled with bullet*
A ntunlter o# KamuiK City men remember
Gaai. Martin Baruada. Wban tbe Comnier
eiatl club, a couple of yearn ago. made tbe
trip to Mexico, tbe Mexican goM*rnment
gate the party a ban|iiet at the City of
Mexl«*«». Thta, by tbe way, wa* the UN
bant)net the government had given «lnce
the one It gave to (ion tirant. (**te of the
gueM- at thl* banquet wa» Hrimr Martin
llarunda, formerly a general In the army of
Guatemala and cx-aecrrtary of war of that
*»untry. Ha rn ntta'*. amldtkm. however,
ran away with him. He beaded our of the
rovolt* which aprung up under the heating
rgya of the Guatemala »un, like sunflower*
in a Kanaaa corn
AmM.
I
and waa at the time
he aat aa a guemt at tbe )aiMjuet. an exile
from hi* country. Vice Consul Maurice
Uahden U'lla of Bar und a at the banquet.
He aay»:
••When 1 took my neat at tka tabk* 1 found
mytteif rwit to a nnwrt tllhtitiguir.li«»t Itatk
ing (M-rKtimge. When I afterward-. Itecame
familial with tbe portrait* of Gen. itoiilan
ger
could licit think at drat of whom they
reminded m»- Then remembered that It
was lay friend of tin* Mexican banquet
table Turtiiug to aiy dieting it (abud touk
lug »«ighbor 1 Introductod myaelf. He ran
hla thumb uuder hl«t great imiuatache, press
ing hi* foreSnger agalnat It. and then
puahad back tbe other aide. and. aweiiing
liliiMtelf Itack, auuouiiced: '1, tdr. am Gen.
Martin liaruuda, formerly minister «»f war
of Guatt-mala.' The roar of hia natal
«ninde«i words and hia ctHnmanding mannei.
inipr**«M8d me. that I thought I nhoubl
^Ink through the tlta.i. i nn. t.nu Inoiibb*
•rrvent. ntneral I replied. 'Although up
to tliln happy nit mien I hate never had tbe
«itw»c pleasure of vour aixtnaltiiuI
barr often beani uf as»i very often.'
"—-"W «»tira#.» »«bM Weryrutc VtSW^T«%
Uuaiemaia. iitui iuj liLstory i« well kmtwn.
••1 endeavored to Carry on a dinner tutile
mp v#r*tatltxi. with little atiecem». Tbe gen
«r»r* couriuMndlug vav, the way in* twirled
that mou«t:ic)ic. particularly the wa) h«
|iromtuiit't*^-en Martin Barunda.' wa« hm
much for ni«. I bnaliy lntrodiM-ed htm to
It. Nevei 'aWd gave him a chance t«» be
tniprfaup*!.
•I met Barumiu iu the 1 Ity of Mexico
aiamt months later and lie told me with
many grandiloquent words how he Intended
to overthrow the Guatemalan government
and place hlmwlf in hh proper place, at tbe
be^d of bi» country."
Wa*
Mml.
WtAfeaa WHb Ulmf
Several year* ago a loan aamad .JL T,
Wttlie*. generally known u* Maj. WlUen.
came to kanna* City and for a while cut a
wide awath here. He wa* a man of tine ap
pearance. a graduate of Went Folnt and
formerly an oflleei in the regular army He
appeitred to have plenty of money, built an
elegant Iiouae on the Ka*t aide, drove oae
of the Ineti team* In tlte city and iu every
way -cut a »well. lie auccweded In in
ducing a number of eaatern capttailatx ttt
go Into a project to erect a mammoth
'rolling
IUHI
WIN
at Rmedalr. 11U wbetm-.
however, fell thnuigb. He eame to waul
niiMtey very badly and dually disappeared
fSMn Kan^at city. He went ui I he t4»wn of
Oajaca. Me*lco. There aiVordiug to a
gentleman wbo met hint, he met Barunda.
aud Barunda. learning that he watt a gratlti
ate of IVeat Folnt. took hini into bK plans
ami Wilke* itocante hi* uctive lieutenant
Whether the former Kamuut City xpeculator
wa* iboard the vi"*rl when Barunda wa^
killed, the dispatch dte* not nay. but a?, be
an American, the captain wouhl proh
aldy not have »urrendt*red him. Tl»e fact
that Barunda ha» litud In Mexico alnce hU
exile ha* eau«ed a giaid deal of unpleaaant-
IKWK
between Mexico and Guatemala, and
be inaliy b-ft at Mae reqwewt »f tlhr faaxiren
fovernment.
t.forgr ft»t»d*» GrMiiddaughtrr.
Mtie •ahrielte IhxIeNMnt. Natikl. who
tree married rucenli v in I'aria to Signor
Romeo Polatzl, of Kotue, refuaed either
to abjure her proteaUitllam ot- to make
promise* in order to obtain the benedic
tion of the Catholic church »l het'
uu|tiul"«. Her husband family did
not with eithera purely ciril marriage
or a civil inarrlafe followed by a
protcfclfttU ceremony. The n.a.ter wa#
laid before the poje, who .prtinted :i
diapen»at'On. Tbe bride wan nttenJed
to tbe altar
by
her illu«tri49o» if rand
mother's frWnda. M. Paul Metirlce and
M. IJ!nu#hut. ol the Temps, who were
oer a ilnt-ssea. and by tw t» bridesmaui*
Tne bride is dark and has a rathe
•trtking pl.yitiognomy. ft ha ta a«Wa
comnhahad musician
A Oarlaf rbwtograpbae.
'^yiarinir f«ai in phoiography
perTtirmed recently by tieorjfe Baity,
of Boaton. He »u('!«odoil in ^''ttitig n
fine nejrnti e of a blast of 'edge near
Stvio HUI one of the large*.! uj,
record, in which SAO pound* of gvittt*
mlt« w«n«
u**d.
of being ci nahed by tunc tinyo riwk,
aud iiK^ etJ iiau^elf aud caiuota otu o
the wav j'i»t a* a bowldei-
PRICE FIVE ENTS.
•TANLEV'S CONDITION.
rally
Meara Kalprtalawt that Ha Mart
Uttranrrvil.
LOIPUK, ftopt. i. 3Cr- Maniey bat ta
feared by no mean- re«*overtnt fnAn hU rf*
cent attack of illaen. lie la now. with kk
wife, 11 vlag qatatly In a «rluded
K»U« WTT»
lage In cmtrovwoy av«?r atanley Afft*
«an expedition, we paiei Into a new phaHIHl
bjr tbe publication In the autumn of M.|},
Bart telott «liarg. with ietter* to itl* fana*
tly. written while he wa- In charge of ike
t*ar column, 4owa Wt the |reMat tin*.
Ualy one »idc ha« I wen heard und It nil
uureaaonalde tbat tbe family of M*J.
Bart te lot te* Hbould n«w denlre to plaee
amithei vlaw of tbe eaate latfore the public.
Dome fact» will be lirought forward wbkgll
are tn direct tioutik-t with -.tatementt k
Staalejr nairatlve. and Maj. BarttelotRf
caane of cooduvt will be plae«d in a verjr
different light from that In which ktanlajr
baa left it. Wb«n tbeae documenta nil
papers aee the tight there will be au Afrh:aa
qantiMi of no flight Interest before ike
publk- Mr. Htanh'y expedltkiai tor tba
relief of Etnln Pitaba bis conduct for leaw*
tug tbe rt^ar column wkert- he did and hNI
he did will *.peclally tn* called Into ijutMiia.
A TERRIBLE PALL.
lla latalaatanl/ I'ardsi I'p
MS» Itial In a Halbaww.
WonnriKMi. o.. 1. -Friday was tka
laal day of the fair here and more than lit,
•eo people aaaembled to aet tbe final ratISM
and a balkion aacewaam by arter, the ter#.
uaut. The ItalhaHi a fiuall hot air alfdf
and wa* kept in It* po^ithm over the fu#«
nace by rope* held bv tbe byatandefg.
When it bad been Innmed aud all wae
ready Carter gave tin1 word t«t let go. Tka
IMUIKNI SHUT
apwartl and the thou»and
OF
spectator* were horrified to *ee, dangling at
the end of a -mall Dm a young man uametf
Mlltoti Mediu. an aUtfr of Ihe fatr awocia
tion. IIutidrtob of pernaus shouted for bill
UJ drop, b«il tt«dln wa* eulangk-d or
HPI
loat lit* ttd and be liutcheil frantically at
the rope, attempting climb up the slender
line Into tie backet. K numlter of wornest
in the denae rrowd falutatl and all tbe »p*«
tator* grow aick with Intrroi an the hailoaa
saiUnt upward aud tiegau mttvlug Kouthwa«*d.
Carter could he swrn ninklnt dwprralt' nf
fort* to draw Kedln up the rop« on which ke
xwang Ui and fro. For fullv teu tuinutM
their effort* rontlaued and then, at a he Igkt
of over l.tfOO feet, tin- balloon t«ik a auddM
lurch. Redtn* hold l«NM»ened and hia bodg
*t»ot downward ft waa found half a nslla
sway. Tbe cloth lag wan tttrn off. all bla
lioue» brok^m and the body cruahed out sf
.til human aemblance. Red In'* brother* and
Mtatera were ta tbe throag and aaw bU i^rri
Ma fall
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
W. H. BMOTMS baa haata nominated
ftw congreaa tn tka TwaMfh Ohio dKtrici
HON. W.
mm
tbe I7ftlh ballot.
Tin fut ntei national citugrawa will taaiei
lit -rfinie city In Mlaxourl oilier than J*t. l^oilis
»»r Kunsa* City In Vovemltei. tmat.
W. li. Cowt.aa ha» been Maaoaskr
iiut« to sticemMi blmcaif a* tbe damocratte
congreKMnuin TtMK tl«- RightH^Wth
IT. BOVCK.
IMS
liuit dLstiict.
Fias at Rlkkartt Wl».. deatn|«d llN
Lakeview k«tu«a». a *ummer )Mdel. Tba
gaeat* e*^*
a peril. ba, *I*,«M. with a fair
insurance.
a proaaiaaat yimng attorney
of Hernando, Mia*., a a* shot and liistaulilff
killed by II R. C. Foster. The i'aun\ It la
alleged, wa- Boyce's aupfaiaed Int 1
in .teg
with Mr*. Fnater.
THK
tunnel boapah a barge fraia atrwetura
at the Hamla en trance of tb«* Nt. Hair tui*~
nel at Fort Huron. Mkb. wa* burned. A
female employe was burned to death, a ad
two laborers are aibudng.
AT
hau Franctaco Jobn M. t'beawiwtih, a
saloonkt^per shot and killed Micbanl
t'amill. of Carroll A mil. '--l—ink
liquor deal erst, and then blew hlsttwn bialna
out Cbenowlth had dlaputed a bill.
A COMBINATION of window glass maun*
factureri. has been effected The contpaajf
will contrtii tbe outpat of all Uie wladiw
gla*M factories In tlie weatem and northern
districts immtsllately aud all tbe factorIgai
ia the I lilted Ptate» ullimately
At
Amberat. .V a fire broke owl ka
Robt A Htm* foundry and -^--p
and they. Ittgetlter with Ihe ofilcew aud walMI
roonis and their contents, were completely
deatroyed. Several dwelling IMIUMK in tb#
riotmHj
were aba* baaraied. The tuna la kaav
THE MARKETS.
Btosi OHr Uta
iSfr»rK PITT
Sapt, Tttvt» Re-«ipta, ?n»:
oftlciai Maturday. l.ail: ablprnents a caga
Market ittrong to V higher wlllug at MOM
1.1 A.
catiif ittxeipt* 3d. ofittjai Sittuntay rff:
shipment* .'4 Mark*t tlni! Qttoaa
Uotu. Kat nte«'r- prime, gt.AMi/.'t.M) fair to
good gt, tf4r,A.flP. !ee«l^r* rhoice yiij to lM§
ionmi*- a#
v*f!
MI
fair to gotti
Wi.'JSmr:.:Ai
p:
,'aibf.: A
»t*»cker* i liotf.' •'j uiiii r&. fair to
i.*l inferior row n extr,* •li' les
ornfecl
grtoM^rx iatr to kow1 li fifi
r, .III Hi.,11 ft •*#«. «r. rauitrm. A
vearilngs extra cholee Pi .'Hfcru T.N onitii ®,
gi hull* fhoire. I.IK. Oiiuii.%,
*ua^i.au. veal ewleea pian* ttt rbotanv CadD
•aaaik Oaiaka liw PtaaSt.
fbtrrtt fVauH N.-I- Hcpt i Hogg R»*
«ij»Ot. .t.hui. o«v'iai Hatuntay. abil^
menti* 'il car* Market opened utrtmg |w
•V higher, arillug at bt IN
i*ute Ke«ei|»t»» i.«M ostctai Batuntay,
t.tMU Nhtyment it# car* Market opened ateaq|f
to stiotig tjHaiitv cotntmtn
fkbagv rrotluta
CHIt At.n Seiri. I Vt Ueat iay. caab. li Ul:
Weeamber ifi .M,t\ |i rr
oom -easy. cac^i ajai Ucton*. ai«c. May.
(laaa-l
m-
-Maay eagkaa* Oelnkae aiHe May.
Rye *.•* *i"
Barlev Hteatty at 7tgf ac.
Tbuotfcv FrtWM. ateauiy at M.d
Ha* Quu-t at ll. tl.
WThtskr It i:t
t*rovt«doa»- -Fork dull: ca»ii tiotu
Hull. J*uu*nr •ig.iM', Lani »te»Jy.
In *t -t
S^
Sb
He did it at ih« r^k
erul
toi^
ia weight vra about to land dnug#t
Otis'? ttwtr W»t Tlte pictittc wa.
taken ttat a* tbe dust and «Uitia* ba«
reached their highest etwvatiou, ,att#
aa tetmetiaf aa U to rut
.trt Jauaarv kW'.da.l
UT**
Ckieaga Uv* Btveb.
OgH'MO, Hrpt I -Cattle KerMllia, IMS
Market a ah ante firmer riatl\ Tajp
ana.
Ht•»•'* Recelpto 9U.UU) Market ateady Jacto«
era. fc«a «i heavy MUM***-*), light kl|
tfltl
Hheej ISerwfpta ttttigl Aarket steady. aa*
Uvm w«««rna. Tbsana,
•*. l.nnbi feaaHaea.
Lot? He|M Wbeut
ttatdaaat CiSb*
*^»^a»
iVw-u Firm. a*l i«mi
tiou* Utwer May at'
«h||iteiatber. Me. df
Ir: ataf,
8
ai»
XteatUy «Ut
a»St«'. -ai.^
Fr.tvisioii» Fttrb Qblst at Mt.ia Laid «MMp
atlAtsi.
Wbiaky ikKt.
Wtwaai'a* fritJini.
Mit a *t sa» Wheat i^»war: Re. Jtv:
apd»K «*'•#•».U No. northeru. HJt 4.'

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