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Char4 With Theft.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 11. Ed Under
wood and Clarence Monlgan, both
young men, the latter being but seven
teen years of age, were arrested last
evening by Ofiicer O'hee, assiatcd by
Officer Jloutzahn. The fellows an
charged with the theft of a buggy and
tne crime is alleged to nave Ocen com
mitted more than a month ugo. O'Shee,
it appears, bus been working on thi
case for some time, but was unable tc
catch Underwood who kept out of the
city nearly all of the time. Young
Monigan confessed to the stealing oi
the buggy and gave Underwood away
also. It is pretty certain that the fel
lows will have a charge of hone steal
ing hanging over them before long, at
a borne was stolen at the same time
the buggy disappeared. Moth Under
wood and Monigan have made tbeli
home in Lincoln for some time and
from present indications they will con
tinue to, reside in this vicinity for some
time to come. , ' .....
Mobbed by Hig-bwarmca.
Kkvhaska ( rrr, Neb., Oct. 11.
Charles Schmidt, an aged Ueroian, wa
aronned Monday night by a knock at
the doot. Opening it he was confronted
by two masked men, who thrust re
volvers in his face and demanded that
he show where his money was bidden.
Bchmidt pretexted that he had no
money, but the burirlara compelled
him to pilot them through the house
while they ransacked it. After some
search they found $28 tied up in an
old stocking, which they appropriated.
w nue trie tnieves were iiuv hclunkll
made his escape and gave the alarm.
mien assistance arrived the burglars
had lied. Schmidt lives alone. He has
a large vineyard and make a living
by selling grapes and wine
A A Ilia 11,
miserly in bis habits the- thieves wlPM erB4aantlmcnt in the
poaeu he hud a large sum of money
hidden about the house. He says he
would be able to identify the men, but
bo far no trace of them has been dis
Hell After Dollar.
Omaha, Oct. 11. Matt Donchertv ol
Atkinson, having in charge Dell Aiken,
arrived in the city yesterday evening
from El Paso, Texas. Sheriff Sim inon
of El 1'aso came along with thein and
Sheriff t unninifhnin of Santa Fa came
in also from O'Neill, where he had
found the payment of the rewurd ol
,000 lor Uarrett Hcolt s capture en
joined by the courts. Aiken filed suit
In the district court for false imprison
ment and oh1 for fc.lO.OOi) daiuaircs.
lie makes defendants Sheriffs t'nnninjr-
ham, .Simmoim, County Attorney Mur
phy of Holt county and the board of
aupe - of Hoit county, charging
tba ere in a conspiracy to knep
him .inprisoncdln New Mexico in the
hope that Scott could bo induced tc I
come over the lino from old Mc&icc!
and thus be captured. Summons were
put in the hands of Sheriff llennettol
this county and he served them on
Simmons and Cunningham hist niglit.
Aiken and the three HheriiTa will go on
to O'Neill today.
IliWnii'i Flrl l)rf ut. '
Lincoln', Oct J !. The gnmn yester
day betv. wii l!i chaniplou lioKi.ousand
the All American wa-i witiiwsad by a a
enthusiastic crowd of 'fiui3." The
weather was simply lerfeet. Several
familiar figures were auvmjf tho play
ers, tlm most not il one, us f.ir as Lin
coln was ci.invi ncd, being Jake Ikvk
ley. one time a member of the Lincoln
club of the western league. The All
Aini-i-ieaH wnn, the Hvir being it to ,'t,
Lust night tliey were the guests ol
Manager Clmrch of the Lousing the
tre, witmlMg the prmluet'on of "Pat
ent Applied For," They left for Oumha
- Tend rri a rt, ,11.
C.LM VA, Ncli., Oct. ll. A reception
wms Mrihty night t-nd.'red to Hon,
John Jem. -n nn, wife on the eve of
their departure to tin Cherokee st rip,
wh'eh they expert to iniikc their future
home, Mr. Jci mmi ewiim here In IS71
and hat Um-ii closely Idcn title I wUhthe
iipl'iiildiu," of Ihe town mid sui round
lug country, tin behalf of oM friemU
ami acquaintance a beautifully ea
graved sw inging oilver tablet, over a
card ri'eeiver, y prc.eiitfd t the
! niv i l,iiiHoofii.
AKArsHoi:, ,el , th t, ..-i:id r O.
Coiuptoii, f the fiiir-h of t hrivl, lns
lllst tsoielM.h-il a serien of lecture (
ni in Kct-rule I, ( li nvh
but.-." ( i ! c,- of
ltti(ii (ih lii!ntt4 topux, lie wa-
greef.;4 v. ,ih er- ud. l laio evfry
l Miv. th.. Im night M'lbiig all
I.IVol s. ik 1. 11 . - (
lad i,f f liii t-H u. itm l,i..., j),i t.t.u,
''' l.H-i'i)f !,, mora 10' Dm i
i b,' i d M.iu ; rtyi .v. ..,!.-,, I,.,, w, n
llrtvlot'li li1 01. ... I..,- i.'.i., .
Hi, iiw,n, MMu'ti' it, me-il.ti itiiothrr f
a id . Hrf iM h'ai i .t we i l
irvM nt .MsMiitloa. km... lhetar,
I ll frt In v..r ,L J :- Wi,
-' ' S " ' lk r -1 n4.. 1
MehsBitar1 1 It n. It . , feai4
and M?1 1 iu o f I U lany Hli.'
LINCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1898.
Missouri feuatcr i Agaicit
CRITICISES SEOBETABI OABLULE-
eurptlsd That a Democratic fcecrtiaty ef
the Tr-asury Should Fedeem in Oold
ihe Silver Cert fica:s
An tbandanue of Leisure.
Washington. Oct II. In the sennts
yesterday afternoon Mr. Cock re 11 of
Missouri spoke against the repeal bill.
Referring to tba demonetization of
silver In 1173, Mr. Cockrcll asserted
that Mr. fihcrmitn knew that the bill,
if passed, would demonetUo silver.
All others had disavowed tiie knowl
edge, white Mr. Sherman never had.
lie declared h'.a belief that Senator
Sherman had introduced his bill of the
last congress for the repeal of the
Sherman act for the purpose of in
fluencing the action of the lirusscla
commence, men in session. At any
rate, the introduction of the bill was
for that p irpose. : He criticised the
action of tliu earotarv of Ihe trenvurv
in redeeming in go'd the silver ccrJ
tiQcates. lie was surpriited that a
Democratic secretary of the treasury
had pursued this course.
After referring to the mean
country in lavor or repeal ana or a
special ftesslon of congress, Mr.
Cockrcll, in his descriptive manner,
said, after a pause: W have no elec
tions coining on this fall and we have
now an abundance of leisure on our
hands. Congress has been convened,
and here we are. Laughter And
no unconditional repeal at the demand
and behest" of foreign gold rings and
The diocuKsioii h.iving turned to the
general subject of the redemption of
silver certificates, a colloquy occurred
between Messrs. Cockrcll, Mcl'lurrson,
Vi-ht and Teller ns to' whether these
ccrtilicatCH were redeemed in gold.
To f.ettl i the question, Mr. Teller
offered a resolution, which was agici-d
to calling for information ai to
whether silver dollars or silver coin
certificates have br-cn redeemed in or
exchanged by the treasury department
for gold or paper, whicli b; law or
practice of the government U redeem
able in .gold. '
Mr. C.y. krelt said that with ths aci
of IHa rcpciicd, It was alm .f-t certain
that no amount of sliver bulli n would
be coined, ami ihcru 'would be left in
the treasury a hoard of silver mettl.
It teemed eisenliI hat there bhou'id
be added to tho pending bill an ev
press requlrciiHint to coin sueh bul
lion. Without concluding hi hpceeh,
Mr. Coekt ell, at R:.'K), yielded to a mo
tion for an executive session.
01'i.Mxu thi; smir.
Hie r.i-iotiiUoii ChIiId loi-nn Inv(i!lsa
oi o Um .'Mi'tlio i C'ci.iilreit.
WAHlftMiTOX, O-t. 11. The is,m.
niitteu on public ' land . yesterday eon
i'iered the Hudson rciolm inn eulliug
for iinvbtigrftion of Um mjt'iJs of
the opening of the Cherokee btrip.
Assisiaut Alt may (lencral Hall of
the interior dcpiirtnt-ut. rtieted to
b heard on the suLif-i t of lm change
of order In ojn-nlng the ilrl He will
bo heard Wednesday. Mr. Luiey,
Kcpubiiean of Iowa moved tint the
iefciitUti.m fulliltg fur ail ltneti((nli.u
b reported favorably. The HepulJi
enns favored tiie inotioit and tha
Ileum "ratii i,itied opposed, on the
grouml Out speeiilc a-u had not been
fitrnikhed to warrant un investigation.
It in eipectBtl the ihvmion wiU Won
11I reutntive Flyim of Oklahoma
raUeil h oir-t l.efom tli eoinnilttse
that Hie interior depart m ul had gone
Whin I a d.. S,!.iii r e lere I by Aslt
Kbt i-,ei it- 1 lm i.lrr .tiu iitk,' Noble' a
regime. In whh h It n h l.l that the
iettiid children of h Ibtitrta eouttt
t li iwruotted to ncleel UM ut
o-H n. tut tiiit rout ue lltetiuelvea
,,J,Pf.-'l".r' b'j"k,v'"d by the hel
in irirt umiif. il tutm ,
m- an I . !tiiln i a'tii-r woe
pciiiilHe.t t i!ecl lamlt on the rail.
r i In sii'i ! tio r ndruUy,
'il !ti inic,ir dxpiriio.-nt dei,ii
lo e. uia.
It l I Mr t,l4,
N r o. Mi, n.-t ll.M.ria
",' r.-, u t n K- 1 a.,it,
infill ef of tt' itxfnnot' t:,"tUAa
n' '' v'M, in
- row;'i,t abn u
Ksi,-.- I ty ti
Ut n ',! Tiie
f v-1 a-.-- . . iu' ,ri4ttl.ot
fj l k imn liioe it i ( v 1 loirie I um.
hr i ii M iiirf t ul ,!, w hoe Ur
lt I i'i.-in' b4iiU n,IU rv. rif .
hi of it tm th until of ,i..t t a Cm
wH'ii U S4ev lh Unk to Ui nvi
Mat or iu 4 fail Hi iH-ttilit'o i
' IRRIGATORS IN SESSION.
A KaprMsnUtive Body Is twtom at lot
Los A socles, Cat, Oct. 11 The
national irrigation eongress, called by
tut Irrigation congress at Halt Lake
Uly two yeare ago, met in thia city
u-iay. n is made up ol delegates
appointed by th govarnura of the
states and territories, members of
various chambera of commerce aud
irrigation corporations, mayors of
cities of over ,lim inhabitants, dele
gates from engineering societies and
others. The department of the In
terior ia represented by. officers
regularly defiled to gi-e such Infor
mation as may be desired concerning
reult obtalued by the government
,. The program mapped out for the
congress covers all phases of its many
elded subject Foremost among the
questions of local interest to the arid
states and territories will be that of
irrigation law. other subjects of
peculiar Western interest will relato
to problems of irrigation engineering
and methods of irrigation from the
standpoint of the practical agricul
turist and horticulturist Among the
broader aubjoctt for discussion will bo
the financial aspect of irrigation a It
presents Itself to the investing public
of the ctut and fore pn countries, the
aoclal possi bill tics of tl.i reclaimed
region from the standpoint of the
Uo "cneeker and the needed national
legislation on the subject There is
ample material for five nays' profl-ble
debate and there will be no doubt
the opportunity ' will bu fulJv
TO TAX VACANT LANDS.
The Supreme ;our Akl tn Advance a
Cate at ir YVurii lutered.
Vasulsotow, Oct 11 Ex-Attorney
General (Jarlani fo-day asked the
aupreme oonrt to advance the case
of the Northern FaclHe railway com
pany against 1'atlerson, a county
treasurer in Montana, The case is of
Importance to all tlio Western states
and territories, as it will Involve ulti
mately the taxability of all the un
patented surveyed lands within the
grants of the Northern FaclAa, South
ern ' Pacific, Union Pacific,, Central
Pacific, ( a ifornla and Oregon, Oregon
and California, Atlantic and Pacific,
Texas and Pacific and other railways.
There are millions of acres of these
lauds and they have hcrO.ofare been
regarded as taxable.
AN EXPRESS CAR BURNED.
Ovorliiriiln? nt u, Lamp L'niiioi ft. rl.im
illtli to ii frineu Train,
SrmsnpiKi.u, Mi., Oct, ll. The ex
press car of the went bound passenger
on the Frisco road caught lire from an
overturned hm-i nei-.r Hancock, sixty
miicj from h.jro last, night, and it and
its eon t '-nti were entirely construed.
A largo umottbt of baggage for tba
Lnasas division was in the extm.,
car unlit v.a-i burned. The !;:, on
it is estimated at SI.OiK). H in not
known what was the value of the ex
A fluty A:-..iMt Scimtor Martin.
1Vaii!n,to, Oct ll. -if reports
v.-hich hoit fibout Wa-ilihurton have
nny truth in tlie-n, .Senator .Martin has
j.iaced a formidable u't;:p.,n ,f atftdc
in the huiids of overnor tilick, H
is related with sosu - attention to de
tali tiiut Martin wroi.j Cllek a Ict'rr
:: to proeare Kis coulirmatlon in
t he event that h (M irtin) were given
f . m .i i pifH-eiii in.' t'eiifiion sgeney.
Mf . r,. Palmer, Qmy, liallinger,
1'u.i iey a lid ?h mp of tiie amat.i pen-
n-tfomuiittre. sit'.a their tommit.
t-e room for an i.,,iit day and then
n Ij mrae.l f.jr want of a quorum. The
i o'loiiiitec Htfte.i.l t i meet again tu
i en row morning bat a few mi.nnti'9
I ti-e a I i egr,i o ai reM'iv.'il from
oe niiiinii'UeiM:' us i.oamni .,i.h.
i.tiyii MmrUi.g whl ba l.bl until
..umiioill,,n l,r I lie 'r..L.,l.
V. uiMtn.v, , 1 1 -Among the
t uti :iiutlns of ;.tini4 li umde by
I j r,.i ivmt tiMlajf xvert; I'UvM j.
Aiiv at KV.HiUi, lov.a, .lex.-ph ,i.
inor at Pedoiij, Uibm U.
'i .01 noun at t of ii,v,i , I Kan.,
and A'ri.iM.lrr M Mkiiuimh mtiitivn-
n. IVwi J, i It ill oft i,nii. ileiit
nn iiomlitalwl for ,iis ,4n
J.ivi, Ivrio KV. to Colon.l Aiiwa
i A,, fi.r rout,uikionr of
I 'i iRtrriinUoanl Uon.iUry HMiiiot
. provi.lvd for in th coBivaiiuH
MU MarrH I. Is"!
UHU IH.IM4IM far III Wlt.
fh viuhh. ok., 01 ll - viu'4v H.
lyni. tt ' r,niiut0il firmer ll;ilj utu
vl lone, hm tiniht milt for t n.j
iUiHie 4 ilit U, Maamle. k J
1 tV 1 1 ad litfettoU V.,t, ntNjfMwMii,
i i'i.l , m hi if UhiK lie
l..i 1A1 r an lr im. u frvwui
I r.i in l.ori itU netf ir,
! I !. ipti,
ls, fKt ll.-Vvat It reined.
De .rp h rbi4 t4vdv u. U
rr. iiifd V hia pbviUM in r.M
leC luoov l al lUiigi f i f mUv
Funr Men Killed Or.r t Teud ia
Ntw Ration- -
TBE VICTIMS WEBB JONES MES
Ne One Knows Wbo Committed tbe
CriraeBitterntsi Between Two
Factions lor tbe
Matter At Tiiskahoma.
Ti'skaiioma, Ind. Ter. Oct. Jl A
courier who arrived here this inoruirig
reported that ab ml forty miles west
of here three Choctaw had bcn mur
dered last nght Governor Jones snys
that it was the result of the late polit
ical troubles and that tho victims
were Jones men.
This morning near Kosoma tho body
of Jonas Levis, a Choc-taw, was found
In the woods rhldled with Winchester
oaus. .no one unows who committed
the crime or the ciuse of It. It ma
be that politics was the cause as there
Js a gn at deal of bitter feeling be
tween the two political faction.
GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT.
lilinH Condition ol Com ana noil I
Vlata of Wlieut tUtaroed.
WAsiiiNOTojv, Oct 1 1 Tho October
returns to the statistician of tho de
partment of agrlcultare make the
general condition of coru 75. 1 against
70.7 for last month ami 780. for
October, 18M. This falling off io
condition Is the rcsultof tho continued
drouth which commenced in June and
was not brokon in tho corn belt until
tho latter end of September. The
drouth was most severe In tho princi
pal corn producing statoi. The aver
ages of condition In thoso states areas
loiiows: Onto 70. Indiana (II. IllinoU
fiit, Iowa f3, Missouri CU, Kansas 04,
The returns of yield nor acre of
wheat indicate a production of about
1 ijitsiiels, being 1.7 -bnnhels less
than' last October estimate,' The rata
of yield in New York Is H.5 bushela;
Pennsylvania, 11.0; Ohio, 15.0; Mich
igan. 13.0; Indiana, li:.'; Illi
nois, lUjWisconioii, i,i,:(; Minnesota,
U.li Iowa, II 5; Missouri, OS; Kansas,
M; Nebraska, 8.7; South Dakota, 8 (1;
North Dakota. 'J,::; California, 11.,
The small yield is thu result of the
(lrout.li during tho fall which caused
poor, germination and growth,
the severe winter, follow, ncr causlnir
i considerable winter killing. Tho
low condition in many states is
1 the result of tho 'dry spring.
1 Tho average yiold would 'have been
nineit (nd nad not mneh worthless
w li -at been plowed up and tho grou nd
put in other grains. -..The tma-lty In
tiie Kastercn, Southern and Piiiihc
htatea Is u:i to an average, while in
the h'.atcs from which tho commercial
auppllesarn obtnliiod it is below an
uvcraga Tho Match reporting tho
lowcht averugos m to quality are:
Kentucky, tsiS; liiiuoh, Bit; Wwconiiin,
leva, 83; Mi&iiourl, 73; Kansas, 75; !
J The averages 'yield of oats as con
solidated li :;rt. 5 bushels, against St. 3
j last year. Tho Inn report of coudi
S t'lm was 7-. against 14 H tho aumn
Th,', average of the cstlmatud tto
yields of ryo ia 13.3 bunhola - agaiuat
I?. 7 la.it year. Tim average vleld of
barley U .'A,7 bu-.li A agaltwt 2X7 last
ynr, '1 lie eonuition of buckwheat is
7.5 agR'aiftt 17.4 last mouth and S.'i.tl
October i, i?u !.
'1 condition of t,t u ?s i,? given at
71. J, a lofttof only !-lo of a point since
the lat rc-Kirt Hitt thrde Oetobcr
coudi tioii4 have Imhmi lower iu the lat
leiuoic, I - - 7. lsj and ItUJ. l'hi) con
dition of lob ie m has luinroved alight
iVv.r last n.ontb. being Ul against
MODE SUFFRAGE FOn AUSTRIA
Hi fiuirvromvul iri,, ri 1 lull
l ir ,i,leitM4 of lb trautlo,
Vi ivt. ll. lbere wan umoli
j t leineiii ami ttrprti 111 lint reteFi-
rih I'ulay h hen t .utnl iaafe, pruni.
lie n of t u.i minUti'v and minis
ter of tiiu interior, suuouiteed thai
be denired t i kiilmitt f,. the i;oii,er
all u ( tin' mrotilter a t-i,l lor the
ii'vmit i-f ttie ti ,111 Idn,., lUeUring
OiiV lh government lluif htj
reoU-.-.l i IA th Udtlative
ie thh loiiier n It was
i-itiiiuv (i H,,, iiMpowiJ.
bio t'i further !r'av a measure r a
friuichtie i. foriii ''he biil bitM4ut-l
by tt, gv,t nuii iit al I bj a'uJ
t til,!ing ny oiw pnqHi-ly fu'utt
Uit bis ouii 1 ,'tutu o vot t
'l tectiwt Tna rimf tximlfldi
l rj O.e N .ui U dit-i.i the
l it t lb vsr'tr.t ,liU
In of ttm prevail. ar ftylltion
a l votiv 11 ih-liii-i, ttendj
i liv o , r h n U t wiivr ttitlvvr
j sl fnia'h w tbe riia lopiu at
. ! to iut i tfii aettoa t i-,,.
l. ,i b Vsif fflnvcl' J:oV r iot
j olt !nlle I I 1 vnt m grittlot
j fi'wtu under tiv l-t f tbe gittw 1
Thi free and unlimit
ed coinogu ol ather at
the ratio of 18 tol; ia
other rords, the restor
ation of silver to Ut
plate It held in our cur
renry from 1792 to 1873
That the Sherman
law should not bo re
pealed unlet a law
ui'iro favorsblo to sil
ver U substituted for It.
the Mere Hie
Tuskaboma, Ind. Tar., Oct 1L The
finance committee of the Choctaw leg
islature 1 busy eaamlng the books an4
report of Oreen MoCurtaia. Tba more
they figure on hla report the bigger
the ahortage gets. Ilesidee tbe 100t
000 of the leaae district mosey, there
ia till a larger amount of the general
fund that has not been accounted for.
Dr. E. N. Wright, national agent
has his report ready to submit II
abowa that 1130,000 has been collecte
on royalties and turned to Treasurer
McCurtalo, which he fall -d to account,
for in hla report and only turned over
111,000 to the general fund McCur
tain'aown political friend are begin
ning to admit that he 1 short and hi
enemies are making a good deal of
fuss over it It la now thought thai
McCurtain will bo tried by the Unite
biu tes court as a defaulter.
AT THE PAIR.
Killed, While th Keener
l"JrJ ft 149, '
Chicaoo, Oct. 11. 1 here were
cumber of distressing accidents, owinf
to tho great crush of people last nigh
Tbe hospital record it 6 o'clach
showed a total of lea than fort
alight casualties. Tiro houra later
the number bad increased to "V CI
these the principal number were
women, who had fainted and fallea
in a heap in thi crushing and aurglnf
mass that seemed to have lost all
powers of reason,
, Two dead, sevcial fatally injure!
and 150 more or less seriously hurltl
me record tor the day.
A'-l Strip Cltluou Slur tot.
WASM.wros, Oct It .Delegate
Flyon's resolution to enable all per
sons on tbe strip to participate in the
coming election was to-day reported
by tve Imllciary committee of tbe
house unanimously with two amend
menthol'0 striking out the word
twenty and Inserting thirty, soio
require a thirty day residence, and the
otliei' admitting to the right of
frr.nchiM). tliu who should declare
their intention l become citizens aa
Well Us those who me citizens.
Ten W.,ri Tviv.U ,tiirifrlutl(tn.
Wasiiixctov, O 't. 1 1,The annual
report of C I)'. Morton, fourth auditor
of , llio treamuy. for tho . flacal
year i., Kivni. mat ilia, total
appriirii'iati irii by ongrj.w for the In
creMS'' oi ' ti. na.y il.u-.n? the last ten
year suit m..t I 1 i-Tfi, I7'j,.Vj'J arid tho
louil e en.lllurert V :,m, H't,34S,
leaving si?.?'! 1, i - i nncxpomlou July 1.
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