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   Lawrence Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1885, Lawrence, Kansas                                is offered for eat a THl BSD AY SEPTEMBER 10 Beal Loan and All kinds of property eid exchanged do a fweml law and collection loan money real estate and chattel and insure eyelones and 915 Mes v BRICKLAYER and Work in City or Country promptly attended and satisfaction Pennsylvania and Haneoek of Title and Fife Conner Room under Eldridge I BitUGE UK Hair and all kinds of U MsMMSMBMiswm Over Book Store 141 MASSACHUSETTS I Clerk Eldridge TTED AND OPENED UNDER EN T NEW Rooms on the First Floor YOU KNQW i THAT Tin Tag Fine Cut Chew and Brown and ate the best and I I J I OF Abstracts of Real Estate and Insurance Office 86 Massachusetts WILSON 838 Massachu setts old number Jfirstelass only moderate AWKKNCE Vermont near JLj Court has been newly htted up and offers firstclass i accommodations at reason able MEBTA OLOF Depot and 181 Massachusetts near lunch at all Choice fruits I DOUGHT especially for students at AI J3 fords Hardware and Stove 28 Massa ehusetU Star V md and American Sewing Money Loaned on Beal Estate or CHATTEL fe Insurance written in leading and Tornado Insurance by SECOND HAND The highest prices paid for all kinds of house Bold Store in Raymond Corner of Massachusetts and Berkley Dealer ii Hartiare aii Gas Ripe and Brass Steam UA Water Sexlon Cos Begant Stoves and Ranges 940 Massachusetst n6 A COMPLETE STOCK And ae eld spoiled Cad and See NABD OUR NEW GOODS ARE I I to examine our large stock of NOVELTIES in i Full Dress Goods BARGAINS In All KMs of Come and See Us Mclntire HERETT J i LPnBKE i Boots and h Is here with an Ile of Very low Prices o 8X1 MASSACHUSETTS A JSKUAU LOW V LIGHTTIEAD Or any other kind of head is fitted any PATENT for sale at RO ROASTED COFFEE Lawrence Tea tne Door East of the Having purchased an improved Coffee I take this means pf announcing to the people of Lawrence and who like Fresh that I am now roasting the very best Green and persons desiring a fine cup of will find it to their interest to give my coffees a My assortment of Teas comprises all the best grades in the Special atten tion is invited to late invoices of new crop nncolpred Japan it is Pure Flavoring Baking Pow i As I give my entire attention to getting the best of Teas and Coffees that can be gotten on the I feel confident that I win give EDUCATION Peruse and Who are always in demand Reliableliereona who can Jo some thing Businesi men are in search of those WHOM IT WILL PAT TO KM Voung men and women are seeking engagements WHILE LACKING THE ABILITY TO DO ANY ONK THING Business life affords the widest field for desira ble Special training is required for all branches of Those who are forward to good should be able to give positive and affirmative answers to such questions as the following Are you an expert bookkeeper Ark you skillful in commercial calculations t an you speak and write the English language correctly Can you write a business hand Can you compose a good business letter Do you understand commercial law Are familiar with countingroom practice you acquainted with the forms and oblica tions of commercial paper Can you write Can you operate the typewriter Are you using any part of your or de otind any part of your to preparing for varning a higher salary Do you when out of you cannot successfully compete with unless you tire their superiors in If you are better fitted than the average young man or woman to do that which is implied by these there is room for you in the world of business if what can you expect Thus to fit you in the best and with the least espenditure of time and is the work ofthe LAWRENCE BUSINESS it affords EDUCATION is always at value in every trade and cal EDUCATION for the great work of that is called into practice in every days that qualities young men and women to assume useful and paying positions EDUCATION that none can afford to do with out the want o which daily dooms many to fail nnd more to a treadmil EDUCATION that enables men to rise auiong and Be a hero in the Such is the business education to be acquired at the Lawrence Bnstoeas Call or send for new W Formerly President oPWyman Commercial Col I YEAR OPENS Stu dents van unite any State of County of District Simon Steinberg and Leo partners as Steinberg I Jacob To JAcbu HIRTZ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOU have b een sued in the District Court of Doug Ins by Simon Steinberg and Leo partners as That the oause of action is based upon an ac count for wares and merchandise sold and delivered to yon by to the amount of fourteen and dated April And tlao on a c rtain promissory note of made by yon Mai eh to the order of Steinberg A is credited February AJjiril That there is now due on said account the sum of fourteen dollars with interest from April and n said prommisgdry note the sum of thirteen do lars and interest That on he 15th day of May an order of attachment was issued from said court in this ac tion and lei ied upon the following lands and ten to i rit Lot 17 Pennsylnania in the city of in said County and And you ar 9 hereby notified that unless you an swer plaint ffs petition On or before the 8th day of 18 the same will be taken as true and lodgment tendered acainst you for the sum of fourteen dc liars and i iterest thereon from April i thirteen dollars and interest from April together with the costs of attached as aforesaid will y said judgment and Attorney for 827W ment ward diro tee from maiden nat And that ei id property be ordered i old satis To a nonresident Stuteof sued by Be tie Woodw within and for the com ity of KansasJ ward is BToodwi act on and of the notified have in the district court of and State wherein Bellel Wood the said William e defen and that unless yon answer the petition fil ed in said on or be 21 day of October taken as andiadir jrentyvdt granting the said Bellel Wood and restoringher to her Attorneyor PI RESTIVE i A Cyclone Gets in its Work in Mis Man and Daughter I Buried in the 1 After the are Pur sued Over Fifteen Hundred A Bank President Kidnapped Knights of Labor in Session PonsUI the Thinly September Eiuuit who ie at present in pursuit of Geromimos band of blood thiraty Apache was the 3d ins with fifty at PaM On the 4th he went to about fo ty inilee from and in the midst of the Sierra near the Sonora wl lere he will remain several days to re cr tit and recuperate his Lieu te iant who is in command of twen ty Apache is in pursuit of a small raiding who have the wounded Gronimo with lie was in El Pi lao yesterday with his Their broke and they had to turn the pursuit over to the Chihuahua Iti te generally remarked here that the Beputing expedition of Lieutenant Davis who pursued raiding Apaches over one thousand five hundred miles through the Sierra Madres with only twenty Apa che is one of the must daring aiK wonderful feats of modern warfare Everybody here feels proud of the young because tie is a Texan to the manor being a son of exGovernor of this The Texas delega tion in Congress should sec to it that his action in this scout expedition is brought to the attention of President Cleveland Most of our citizens express themselves it favor of seeing his action commended in general lie is now awaiting or ders from his commanding Gen eral The Indians have beei broken up into small bands as the best way of getting back to the reservation Part arc making for the Muscalero reser vation and part for San The de termined pursuit by Captain Crawforu and Lieutenants Day and Davis has caus Apaches to look towards the reser vation In the United States as their only hope of escaping A Bank Prewldent September sen sation has been created here of the kid napping of Lawrence president of the who is charged with robbing the bank of many hundred thousands of and who two years ago Six months hence he and his wife came register ing at the City Hotel under the name ol Three months after a detective from Wiggins Woods named came here but concealed his Later another detective and together the two meiil shadowed One was introduced to and cultivated his finally informing him that lie too was The intimacy ripened and they frequently went on excursions Davis proposed a durUghooting expedi tion and the pair drove into the live miles from the city in a lonely The other detective and a friend joined the party and overpowered tell ing him they must take him to the States by fair means or They bound him and drove with all haste sixty until the boundary line was Brainerds wife becoming communicated to the When the latter realized that a game had been played on special train was secured and late Sunday night the police started out to intercept tba party at the A collision throwfug the special train from the track and prevent ing the police from reaching their desti Another went down to Louis Sunday and found the detectives with Brainerd on the other side of the The detectives refused to deliver Brain and while the police were endeavor ing to take steps to bring him the procured a wagon and drove off Ravagea of a RICH September before midnight last night this town was struck by one of the fiercest follow ed by a terrific storm ever known in this The storm came up from 0ie and first residence struck near the end of the town was the story owned and occupied by Wil liam Blotzshe and The house was completely and the fifteen yearold and the fiveyearold were buried in Both were sleeping on the upper The former was killed and it is believed the latter will die from the in juries The loss on the building is The large mill owned by Taylor Sons was also The roof was completely torn and the ma chinery is now in very bad The damage will run very Abbot fifty small residences were also more or less seriously many persons being seriously hurt by the falling Complete details are not yet i but it is known that at least twelve per sons The rain storm which followed did almost as much damage property as the wind storm preced ed An estimate of the damage is al most Impossible at this i The rain was the heaviest for many and every house in town is The mines are also in a bad conditioned no work can be done there Re ports of several washouts on the railroad have come in at the time of tiling this but nothing in Greyer PROSPECT September Since President Clevelands return from Willis he has been spending the time quietly remaining out of doors as much as possible while the weather was and Has been successful in catching He has been comparatively free from office its very few letters ro telegrams have been sent to After looking over the papers upon the arrival of the mail in the he enjoys a good game of whist until bed The guests of this small hotel are more like a and the president takes great interest in the amusement of the Last Saturday night a fair was given for the benefit of a chapel which is being bunt and over was the president being the most liberal purchaser and presenting his purchases to bis who treasure them as souvenirs of the pleasant No effort is made to entertain as he much prefers to pursue lite own simple manner of life tree from the demonstrations which he cannot avoid in New York or Washing Tbe KmlCBlM of Honor at September annual ses sion of the Supreme Lodge of the order ol Knights and Ladies of Honor was opened at the Lcland Hotel this The members of the lodge were escorted to the meeting place by the various local councils with flags and The open ing addresses were delivered by Suprouu Protector Lamberton and Grand Deputy Protector and response was made by Past Supreme Protector of Mas On the occasion of the public installation of officers tomorrow nigh there will be in attendance a delegation 01 500 ladies and Knights from Louis am other delegations from Missouri ant The lodge will be in ses sion twelve The order is a beufici ary numbering in the United of which membership in I i The Widow In September the court room were ten times its present size it would be inadequate to contain the crowds that are Hocking iu this morning from t ne country in the ex pectatipu of gaining admission to the ex amination who stands charged by a coroners jury with having poisonied her late acting mayor of the The who was brought over from the jail at au early con tinues to maintain that equanimity and composure which she has mauifestad from the and conducts herself with such grace and courtesy as to win admira tion from everyone brought into contact with Public opinion ha tiirnec largely in her favor development a few days ago that her husband was a confirmed arsenic The is being heard by J usticd on a NEW September London special cable to the Herald says The de pression in business received another blow on Saturday evening from the manifesto of the Stafford stilting they would strike on September unless the employers before tlien advanced wages 10 per Workmen to the number of are on a strike in the Lancashire mills and These strikers continue to withdraw from die neighborhood and have seriously stopped the circulation of Coincident with the labor procession over the sea on the labor congress meets today at a favorite watering This congress is not given to oratorical but devotes itself to practical After dinner on Monday he drove with Ward to Big Clear where the guides met them with boats to take them to Paul Upon their arrival a large number of people in boats met them in Upper and escorted them to the where they spent the night and went by private conveyance to Lake Placid It is supposed the night was spent at and today they will visit Meachatns returning here on The health of the president is His face shows the effects of exposure upon the the outdoor life has been a pleasant change from his office work in A Steamer Al lan Line Mail Steamer Hanoverian is a total loss having gone ashore yesterday morning at Portugal fourteen miles north by west of Cape No lives are The passengers are supposed to be W en route to where they can receive accommodations and comfort until the war ship Tenedas reaches them o convey them to Other steamers follow to render Coal September in ferior quality of most probably lig bai been discovered at Martins twentyfive miles south of Long view on the Subfile Louis Tests will be made that its val ue may be as the vein is six feet though the various seams by thin layers of or that may lessen its TBB Ike Vint IMsyA UplepsHd List ef Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather all day yesterday preparations at Bismarck Grove for the fair had a most business appearance and tone ail Every train brought immense of all kinds for Every department last evening was quite well filled with exhibits which were ready to be put in place this Though it rained all were it to clear off by noon today the track would be all right for to morrow of the pleasant gravel walks of the grove can be traversed by foot passengers unannoyed by mud at the close of a Secre tary Cunningham was too busy to be seen all caringfor coming His secured for a moment by the GAZETTE it was clear to see through a peculiar gleam in his eyes the severe mental strain of responsU bility and care he was laboring and though everybody was received with a po lite and hopeful word the overhanging clouds received frequent Visiting Art were found quite well covered with The centre was occupied by Carl of with a fine display of musi cal Machinery Hall is filled with machinery not yet set The horee and cattle stalls are filled to Displays in these depart ments promise tp be the largest ever known in the The chicken display is also In Agricultural John Douglasand Franklin counties are putting in fine dis I Main building presents the most unpre pared appearance of Crimean and Miss Fannie were found busily en gaged attending to the decoration of the Miss Fannie furnished the flow ers and was arranging them in the central fountain The textile fabric depart under Cariheaus superidtend bad a large number of display a o n This department has nearly double space this Justice Trade and Scernberg were put ling displays in mineral and ore displays are unusually Wyandotte county is indeed makin aj grand They occupy the south west quarter of the They have seven large arches of different kinds of grain seventeen feet high varieties of grain and grasses twentythree varieties tjrtrty varieties vegj thirty varieties 100 varie ties ninety besides jel lies and canned also a very rare specimen of Branching Dhoura corn thir teen feet One peculiar attraction is a bell made entirely of the heads of wheat and three feet high and nine feet in i Douglas county will occupy the west the southeast the but they have not yet got into shape to show oil Department Hall has all its space spok en for and will all be occupied if it stops There is already a very flue dis play of jellies by Miss Susie of Grant containing fortyeight different varieties also magnificent de signs of Bismarck Grove on one good luck on the display is the best ever seen in The Domestic Sewing Machine Compa through their Is making a grand show of their This depart under the management of Mil is going to be a decided success this In the Main Exhibition building there is a nice display of toap by Stern berg which consists of a house built entirely of 5x7 feet and 4 feet three monuments of laundry and two of block soap also a display of the artificial fuel patented by them last The next that attracted the reporters attention was a part of a Cal ifornla tree entered by that is sixteen feet The Agricultural Department occupies five times as much space as Hughes has a magnificent display of grains and containing seventy two six inches thick also of North showing up over eighty varieties of WITHOUT A In noticing the birth of the Lawrence Daily GAZETTE yesterday we expressed the opinion that i Osbun Shannon would be The how Dally GAZETTE is pub ishedby the GAZETTE Publishing tym composed of Osbun and Paul Reynolds the Leake the ager and the Beynolds is one writers in tlw State As we dont think lie n the   

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