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   Lawrence Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1885, Lawrence, Kansas                                I 4 OCTOBER GLEASOH T COB TUTO DEFECTIVE Beat BRETT Real Estate and loans money if you wiht to or rent a borrow money or loSn some on real estate CH i or chattel ca Li Abs aracts of leal Estate and vffice 736 Massa D setts old work only moder LAWEENCfi lit the Court firstclas able 1 on at E number if Vermont near has been new i iceommodfUiou 1 All kinds of p acid or general law anc collection basin on real estate ai id chattel secur against cyclone i and sachusetu atre Hi istorn ihusetw Miissachu Firstcluss y titled up at reasou loan money and insure 915 Mas JO 1RICKLAYEK and City or Country promptly attended and t atiifaction Pennsylvaniaand Hancock LAWRENCE Abstracts of Title and Fire Corner Rjoom ujnder EldrieJcc Real Estate and Loan OLOF Western JJakery Depot and 181 NawachuaetU near Lunch at ajl Choice fruits JptlFCE Inf ju urn j Hair and all kinds of f U MMMM lunette Money Loaned on Bea Estate or CHATTEL SECUR Insurance written in leading Fire and Tornado Insurance oy i j SECOND The highest hold St Massachusetts IAND rices paid for all house re inRaymond Corner ol nd Berkley Roofin H InlecMd With Hoc October Veterinarian Holcomb reports that between thirty and forty counties in Kansas are now infected A BenMtional wtu hog The he October is rapidly causing the daily case of suicide has just been investigated i loss of thousands of Some counties by Caronor Sherman Lucelle have reported a loss of from aged a beautifuland cause Holcomb combats the idea that the malady is not but is some new and fatal W CHUM Dealer in MiareaM pe and Brass GGodsJ Steam and Water ii x Elegant Stoves and Range 923 Massachuse feVs to the public the very best tions in the Day board meal tickets ofnccoinuiodaper 21 OPTICAL COS A BROAl i LOW THIN LIGHT stefully with FITTING Ur auv oth r kind of head is fitted t the EAS for sale at ROWES JI1WELER Over Crews Book Store j 141 MASSACHUSETTS i Eljdridge REMITTED AND OPENED UNDER EN TIRELY NEW CommercialSample Rooms on the First YOU KNOW THAT tarts Clinai with quality Tin Tag Leaf Fine Cut Chew n and Brown and OfCWfH are the best and Eldridge House Buy and Sell Real Negotiate Examine Rent Houses and OFFER FOR SALE on favorable terms the fol lowing described property ONE OF THE FINEST IMPROVED FARMS in Douglas IT JOINS the city limits of LAWK is one and atalf miles from PosTomeK aid less than two miles from STATK IT CONTAINS 220 acres of land divided into nine liclils by substantial plank fern es 50 acres good 8ii acres in tame sra 90 acres under THE HOUSE is a substantial brie two and a half stories with sixteen high ceilings and well finished well sup plied with pantry and bath Cel lar under whole with cement floor laud divided into I THE IJAKNS AND OUTUUILDINUS are all of the most convenient Une large stone barnSOxKJO one smaller frame one hay granary and corn large cat tle sheds and oilier TENANT HOUSE of live rooms conveniently are three large orchards of the finest varieties of fruit and plenty of small IT IS WATERED by the Kansas river and by three good wells and several tine Hns windmill for pumping CHIS PLACE has been without re gard to and all fences and other improvements are of the most solid and substantial A RARE OPPORTUNITY is offered for any one wishing a delightful home riear the pleas anteat city in where all the advantag es of schools and churches can be had in connection with a fine stock IT IS ONLY 40 MILES from Kansas City and about same distance from thus affording ready access to in IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY will be taken in part payment if Insurance Agency ComMnies Represented FIREMANS FUND of San Francisco GIRARD I d and Steam I Fitting a AND A Brass aud Sheet PUMPS DEALER Gas Steam anil Water Heavy Sheet Iron Work M Brass Job Work Promptly M Street THE Clfl 716 Massachusetts t while attending the A COMPLETE i And no old spoiled Call and See LEONARD TICKET AGENT I OUT RATE TICKETS TO ALL E t POIHTB AB AS THK CH 51 Eldridfre Horn e Block Paints and OF THE T 8TKBK he Criown j Jewel Base Burner Leads all THl Jlf A Perfect Soft Coal Base Bristol Range Cool Stove Have no ULL LINE OF HOT HE be These goods were bought aid tfive me a call anc 137 MASSACHUSETTS or Cash and will examine IRWIN GOS UNDERMINE Establishment is just North of National Ban 39 the found at all his of Goods August the next meeting of th 1VEN THAT AT of Coonty I state tf a petition will be presented r the purpose of y tcating thje following describ itneta and situated in the town of eonnty of and state of Kansas i Ki and from First Street i the north side ofUhe town All alleys in and from First Street to the mawiB it hereby f iven that George Beam will apply through my next to the He District C m and i eoonty of 8taa of at the nmthereofitowit Ibe October to haTe the rights of najonty oonferred der aid by Tirtue of act of the Lec the State of Kai sas entitled an act the i of mi iontr on minors m irhich to ik effect May 15th QE ROE A RARB CHANCE TO OBTAIN A BEAUTI FUL HOME IN The tract contains SIX and lies just south of and adjoining the city of about one and a quarter miles froin the The neighborhood is and the place one of rare The house is a mod ern stylo 2 with high ceilings and finished in natural wood it has 10 with a splendid cellar un der whole cold water in kitchen and bath House heated by iood jrick carriage The grounds ire elegantly laid out with blue grass awn in front of plenty of evergreens and other shade good orchard of and plenty of small lilts is ONE OF THK MOST ATTKACTIVK in the State and is offered at a low as it belong to nn estate that has to be settled up jits prox imity to the cily nnd to the State University makes this a most desirable home one wishing to educate a For full call on or ad dress i GLEASON WHITIW Real Estate Agents Parties wishing to purchase city or f will find us prepared to offer the rin prop best that operty or is for sale in the way of improved p vacant letters promptly and tne best of reference given when accomplished was the daughter of a wealthy named with his lived many years in but recently lijetl in Jones j a rich j cattlfeman and real estate owner ol this j cityl wjis the girls Three years ago the couple were Lucelle at j the time being but fourteen years of j In his petition for divorce the hus band alleges that while his wife came to him that in three weeks after the wedding she had broken her marriage vows three Carpenter says he for gave her the lirst but when the sec ond arid third violations took he gave his wife and sent her When Carpenter learnejl that di vorce papers were she came here answered asserting that she was pun and asking The lirst petition of the husband had been very but when her answer was tiled his attorneys prepared for a light and drafted interrogatories to prove that Lucelle had been iu houses of illfame in Colorado UJirrold and Fort They also intended to sum mon a number of citizens and some of the married men to testify against Learn ing of these steps she became wrote a letter to her begging her and saying that death was preferable to a horrible When it was discovered at 2 oclock yesterday morning that the girl had taken the drug everything possible was done to save The suicide is the saddest yet recorded on account of the girls youth and beauty and many CongretM ol annual general assembly or congress of the Knights of Labor opened here this morn under the presidency of Grand Master Workman Several hundred delegates are HI and almost branch of industry in tho United States is The proceedings are of course conducted with closed but a prominent ollicer of the organization gave this morning i resume of the most important mutters to be Among these are life the organizations of unions for child labor and tho adoption of hour An earnest effort will be made to do away with strikes The organization is as it always has unalterably opposed to and arbitra tion has been its motto from the day that it was Uria The dele gates who propose to make this iuestiou a kading one in the gathering contend that labor tlilliciilties have been more frequent this year than for many years ninetenths of the number have been settled by arbitration that such settle ments in nearly every been in favor of the wage and that conse quently there is no reason why strikes snoulil not be considered as foreign to the policy of the FOREIGN PruMlan on the NEW October A London special cable to the Herald says The in terest iu eastern complications is now cen terniug in Ten battalions ct Turkish troops are marching upon Pus which is the most easterly portion coughing are the sure symptoms marking of Albania and the portion nearest Bul the lirst stages of this Usually the sick animal is because he is feverish the ears the head hangs the back is the hind parts The percentage of loss is heaviest among the younger ranging fromseventylive to 100 per Death often occurs with pigs during the lirst twentyfour With older ani mals death may happen at any time dur ing the first two three weeks if they live longer they usually i Holcomb holds out to j farmers of the tllicucy ot any particular Met XKW October is announced this morning by Archbishop Brugau that Cardinal McClosky is very ill The pray ers of all congregations of the diocese are solicited in behalf of his The Cardinals health has for several weeka past been He has no specific but his strength has been severe ly tried by the heat of the He is now fortyseven years ol the Cardinals regular medical said early this The Cardinals conditionis Though there is no radical his illness is His dissolution will be slow and grad One of the priests in attendance ad ded that the Cardinal was able to take was conscious and maintain ed cheerfulness of He recognizes the gravity ol his The Cardinal is a native of He became a priest twentytwo years He is the first Cardinal appointed in the Western He Will October of the first subjects broached in the conversation between the president and Broadhead today was the Louis President Cleveland asked his caller point black if he thought Hyde possessed the requisite On putting this question the president said that judg ing from the report of inspectors and such other information as he he felt that a man with a good deal of force and char acter and of executive ability was needed for the It is hardly necessary to say that Broadhead told the president Hyde would John OTallon had the pleasure of shaking hands with the president today came away with the idea Cleve It is an important stragctio posi as its firm occupation by Turkey would check Servian designs upon Mace and prove an Obstacle in the way of Austrias march to Salonika and the which though not immediately threatened is always regarded as an eventual possibility of the Balkan situa The Albanians are fully imbued with the spirit of territorial They are arming to tho teeth anil are iv solvcd upon war to the If the Turks are again repulsed the t1 fleet upon the whole Balkan peninsula will be disastrous iu the The restless states of the south anil are now held in check only by their awe the Turkish If it becomes generally known believed that that army exists mostly on Macedonians and Greeks rise as one The one unquestionable superiority pos sessed by Turkey is her supply ol field and mountain Without these armaments she could control her tur bulent subjects iu Europe for an AH it is the next few days will probably de cide the fate of tho n GEHTS is WILL SELL YOU GOODS LOWER THAN ANY COM ALL GOODS ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIG OR PRICE TO ONE AND ALL Smith Monopoly Must October The liberals have laid a mine to be exploded under the Tories in pursuance of the agitation iu be half of the overworked railway The victim of the coming attack is Right William Henry for war in the present Tory government ivho was immortalized some years ago as the Sir Joseph in Gilbert Sullivans Pina Smith is the lessee and propri etor of the book stalls in all the railway throughout Great He lias an absolute monopoly of this business and has become iuluiensely rich by means of I His fortune is estimated at millions of It has just become known ithat he compels the beys in his ujiany of whom are only fourteen years to work from 5 to 10 for the pitiful wages of seven shilHng per The liberal commons propose to give widespread publicity to these facts and the exposure is sure to create a storm of The boys are general fa vorites with the and very few of their customers know of rhclearfully long hours exacted from It is believed the agitation will result in some practical i measure for the and it may cause I tho extinction of the Smith monopoly of i tlui railway news and book bii enough for the party aui said the laud is plenty he colonel as he came from the white house and then crossed over to the reservation to Secretary whom he has met at several national conventions and wliose i father he knew before the MANUFACTUKER OF AND DEALER ts Collars Whips 122 lasaclmsetts Street Bismarck October Fos ter is expected It is certain the ap pointment of his successor to Madrid will not be delayed much Secretary Bayard is said to be getting anxious to to have the place There are de veloping important questions calling for diplomatic ExMinister son has been invited to several long con ferences by It is known he has impressed the secretary with a belief that Bismarck means to secure Most of the Cuban debt is held in Ger Her liabilities are increasing at the rate of or so a and now exceed the value of the Spain will be forced into national bankru and Germany being the biggest creditor will absob This is what Kasj son aud Bayard realizes that i he a diplomatic problem on j which makes him somewhat anxious i about the new minister to I A FrlgHtful j October a welltodo and prominent farm er living thirty miles east of this was killed Sunday by runaway He had hitched the to a plow preparatory to going into his field when they became frightened and started to In endeavoring stop them he was thrown beneath their feet the point of the plow struck him in the causing instant death and badly mangling his The frightful scene was witnessed by his in her endeavors to gave narrowly escaped the same L eOHRDIIC HACK SMI Comer of Winthrop and Vermont Particular attention paid to boarding Unlucky October last evening while a party of picnicers were returning from the country their vehicle tilted at a short turn in the road and eject ed three of the one of them a young lady named whose skull was so badly broken that death prov ed The overcome by lost her and the scene was extremely Mnebl SALT October case of John editor of the Desert for unlawful was called in court After a jury was empaneled the defendant took the stand and admitted that Susanna and Myrinda Nicholson were his two and that during the time specified in the indictment he had lived with them as his wives and acknowledged them as The jury found a verdict of guilty in a few minutes and sentence was suspended until the 13th Albert on the same also testified to his own and was found guilty in five Emil Olseu also admitted having three wives with whom he but denied any criminality He was also found Best and Olsens sentences have been postponed for ten On a MILES October In dian situation in district is hot at The and Cheyj eunes are frequently found olll their reseri vations and are reported killing cattle and burning The cowboys and militia are on the qui vive for the depredators and a conflict is momentarily Four companies under Major of are patroling the Yellowstone valley in the vicinity of Junction and have already captured and sent to Fort Ouster about forty Couriers from Mizpah report a baud of Cheyennes raiding Mizpah valley and troops of Fort Keogh are called for to take them back to their Game is so scarce the plea of hunting does riot avail this Baking Old October years ago at Wallace killed Ira to whom be was related by Wallace claimed that he shot in self Wallace was the only witness to the Wallace was examined and Yesterday he was arrested for the grand jury having returned an indictment against new evidence having recently been When the shooting occurred but one bullet hole was but the body was taken up not long ago and careful examination revealed the fact that there were two bullets in the in connection with other it is make it difficult for Wallace to show self onl of October The Times today commenting on Paniells speeches at Wickhlow says the which meets niut consider Ihc nation in It is impossible to dis guise the fact that tho government of Ire land has pawed or is rapidly passing out of the Hands of her majestys The latter must defend their policy of abandoning ilie bill for the renewal the Parneirs demand for home rule is only a preliminary to a further ettort to complete the separation of Ireland from Great Arctic The Danish Arc tic expedition has returned to this point after an absence of twentynine the most of which time was spent in ex plorations on the eastern coast of Green The commander f the has prepared a special chart showing the surveys of a coast hitherto which was taken possession of iu the name oi and christened Christian The explorers n latitude north The French Returns Jrom y ester days elections come in but taking those already received as a basis of compu it is believed that the Cqnscrva tives will lead all other The re turns from vthe seventeen departments show the Conservatives to have won sixty Two members of the min isterial candidates for reelection have been badly r October report that the dispute between Germany and Spain over the Caroline Islands had been amicably is It is said that Prince Bismarck will fpeedily officially announce the terms of the agreement in order to soothe any annoyance he Pope may entertain by not being Political October was yesterday at the giites of Morgan OConnells homestead at or dering the members of the League to ebon her at and no sit in the same gal lery with OCouucll attended mass and war the sole occupuuc of the I hundred and thirty five new cases of and deaths were reported yesterday In   

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