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VOLUME XXI - NUMBER 20.
A. ANDERSON. Pr-:.
i. EL Oil J-E7, Vice Prest.
O. T. P.OEN, Cashier.
nt ANDERSON. P. ANDERSON.
Jit'OB GEEIfcEV. HENRY ItAliATZ.
JOHN J. SCLLTVAN.
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THE ACTS 01 COXGILESS.
SUMMARY OF A WEEK'S LEGIS
KUN ncl ISe-ulutinns InlroIiic-I ami Top
lo I3i--utI by the Natiiraal ltatlj ai
I iw Makers.
In the senate on the 2oth Fenator Al
dnch asktd ncae.mons constat that the
central d-b.ite on the tan?f bill shall close
on Sep:. 4 iha: deb te on the amend
ments continue under the Sve-rnmute rale
en il Sept. 5, and tha: final Totme shall
tnen Leg n. He also proposed that tho
last six hour-5 be devoted to debate. At
the reqarst oJ Senator Plumb the matter
xent over, and tha "anrf bill discussed
at some length. The bill was laid aside
infurma.ly, and the house joint
re-o ntioa in relation to oritur in
pension c se-i a reported and pisssd.
authorizing them to Le administered bv ;
any person enipoTered to aiminister
otns. The house resolution for the ap
pointment of a committee of seven repre
entative and three srni tors to take the
order for superintending the f uner.il of the
late itepresentative U atson was laid be
fore the -senate. Senator aay offered a
resolution, which -w .s agreed to, expre-5-tns
the deep sfnsibuity with which the
senate heard of Air. TV atson s death end
concurring in the appointment of the com
mittee, and providing as an addition .1
mark of respect that the senate adjourn.
In the hou- on the i.jth ilr. Lannon,
of Illinois, submitted the conference re
port on tne sundry cnii appropriation bill.
The conference report was agreed to by
unanimous consent. The senate amend
ments i which were not asted upon to the
river and harbor bid Tere non-concurred
in and a conference ordered. Sat
urday, Sept. 13, was s.t apart for
the delivery of eulogies to the latj Sena
tor Beck. Air. o Neill. of Pennsylvania,
announced the death cf his col.eague, ilr.
TVatson, and offered re-oiutions expresnive
of recre , which were unanimously
adopted. After the appointment of a
funeral committee the house, as a mark of
respect to the deceased, adiourned.
The senate on the it.th, by unanimous
consent, acreed to tne proposition of Sen
ator Aidnch in regard to closing the debate
on the tarirf b;i:. The substitute
fjr the houe bankruptcy bill was
reported from the judiciary commit
tee acd placed on the c lendar.
Tte conference report on the sundrv civil
a-1 ropriati'n bill wa- pr-sented and read.
Senator Ai isor. in a somewhat lengthy
address, defended the action of the senate
conferri es acd explained the extreme difS
cui;y which they had encountered m deal
ing with the subject. The balance of the
session was consumed in discussion of
the tariS b.li. Adjourned.
In tne hou-e on the 26th. after consider
able debate on the subject, in which
ile-srs. Canncn and Adams, of Illinois,
took part. Speaker Reel decided that the
question before the house was the roll
ca 1 on the passace of the lard
bill. 3Ir. Alasoa, of I.iinois ap
pealed frcm the decision. On sus
amins the decision the vote showed
no ijuorum. and a call of th house was
ordered. One hundred and eighty members
having rtponded to their name, ilr.
Brosius moved to dispense with fur
ther proceedings ucder the call, upon
which motion the opponents of
te lurd Lill. m ordtrr to consume
time, ordered the yeas and nays.
The motion to dispenf-e with further pro
ceeding was agreed to, and the vjte re
curred on sustaining the decision of the
speaker. Bat the quorum had vanished
and the vote resulted yeas, l"d3; nays, 14,
the cl-rk being unable to note a quorum.
In ilit- senate on the 27:h tte resolution
her.tofore offered instructing the comnut-
te on rule? to ls-at; sajb. orier
utoliy p evrnt tte sale of spirituous
liquors m the senate wmg cf the ca:-itol
wa- taken up. After being debated at
seme length a motion to refer the resolu
tion to the ccruniittee en rules was carryd
ard it was so referred. The tariff biU was
thea tdken up and discussed until the
time for executive session, after which the
In the house on the -7th there ensued' a
war of words, at one time several of tte
members coming tu blow. Aft-r order
.is restored, ilr. Bro-ius offered a reso.u
t:on for the arr- t of the absentees, direct
ing the sen;jant-at-arms to telegraph for
'he absent members andrevokms all leaves
o! absence except tbofie grantid on ac
count ri illnes-. The resolution was
agreed to and the house ad;ourned.
In tin- i'l al-"O LiiM'i ii 'iT on the
t.irin" lui a- piuml -'.a"r Ia i m-Tr-xlm-til
an aniendint-ut pnvidinc that
b'nd-.ns twin-, tnanufartunvi in Thole or in
parr frni iampic fitH-r. juu-. jute butt-.
fi.tniila r i-al rra nail b- adiuitlil fre
Th' ."onferfn'-e rep.rt of the railmad land
frf :tHF' l.iil wa- pretitl and oni-!
;"-.-it-d T1j- tanf? mil wa- thn takvn up
. : ii. ')at-tldur:r:znr-ariy tbf entire -e n.
Tl:- 1i.m:- lrd h:ii was prx enrwl to the
i.ait- and refTT-d u the cuinniittee on
l-i tiit- iiiu-e mii tne Sth iki obj"Ti..n wa-
i. it- t.. th readiur of the journal in :t-ii-ii
ii ntirttled firni. Th -pt-aVtr -taU-d
ii tin ; iiriinr tjoe-tiMii m- tuc vote ..n
- -ia'" n ihv dt-i"i-ti t.f the hair m nii.n
: ia i til. lard bill n't unfini-hd bu-in .
N i '.indins "-everal points of order thv
- . ' ! r i-Ttl tbc roll all t4 pnx-W.
i . ,'. ,-u-n of the chair wa- -u--'
. .: yr-s-. LSI: nay-. 3fi Tit-..-I
' :U a- thn pa.-d by a vole of
!.i. u..-in ji nars Pt rnl expiamiUim.
i i-:-.n- t.f pnvilire bt-inir tlijjo-tl
f f r ' pnM"it. if hoax? prt-vdi t
1 - ... .:nd in rh- ninrmnz ht.ur r timed
.- i:- It -a i u n of tr- biU f-r th ndju-tmen
I i1.. -i ..ii - of lahrer- und-r th" eihr-
I'll Tin t:iorr. tvz h. air -omi expired
. .1 'ii- bill went ov-r. The iitu- th-'n.
'i -it r -j.-.-ial ortkr. pn-vdHl to o-n-ilt-r-
M ii . i the bill falied up under -n-
ri-T j ilr. CcoRflL tf Nt
:t nn. ct'onituttns eiht hour- a day"
.irk ftr ad labirer-. workmen and no-
.tr;-- employed by or on behalf of tjtf
S' pit .;i or by .t n t rat"t4irs doin wort
.r fi.t-nih.nr material ftr the ivernment.
:id pf '. idins penaltie- for violation of it-"rv,-!on-.
Mr I'utcfaetm nived to -trike
u: i lie rat.- whifh pr"vninl tual nt tHi-!,-i.-t.
r -hall pt'rniii any lahorT tt ork
ni.-r.- man eirrht hour-. Arrreed to. On
n".;i' n of Mr. MrOmia- an amendment wa
.;..nTtnl -trikin out the clan-e retjuirins
. -itru'-i- ft- furai-hm: material for he
v rnment to bt- on a brisL- of the eizht-b-
.- la ir Th btll wa- then pa.--ti. The
t rf-r-nt-e n-port on the bill for the relief
of -ufferers in lklahma was suhnarted and
a;r-t t-u to. Adjttunied.
In th -CDs' on the 2Sth StnaDir Blair
prt - n.ed a memorial ! the Woman's a-iinn.-.!
indu-trial Jeame for the -uppre ion
.i"'i punL-buit-nt tf "armed a a. in.-, known
a- frnfelTUin detective.."" senator Edmund-
. :--rvtl a it rtMnrr"nt r-tiution prtivjdinr
ilia- ahfn the two hon-e- adjVMtrn. r-pt. ll.
it to th lth of yovniber. lLl. It wa
l.i ti ovr fr th" pre-ent. The taxia" bill
tfa-tiin taken up and dehated during the
bjian- tj; th time of the -e in. Ad
jjiii'Tid. Th h.)U- on th iJth. inameditely after
readin- Tbe vmraal. wpdt into n:njittt-e of
tin- trh'4r n iiii- private calendar. Thf
tir-t bill to be con-id-r"d wx- the omnibu-
-.Mitbcrn war claims 1JI. Mr Thoma-. of I
i--on in. who had 'iojerted to it- pa--ae
i i! tb rroand- that -mm of th claimants
whfe ciam- were covered vtre dis
1 -yaL oifered a -afc-titute strilanz
out th ortjectlcnable feanire-. and oy
"lanimoos con-ent it trji agreed to.
The biii carries- about ?53P m. The com
mittee ros-. the Dill pa eti. and the com
mittee resumed it -e wn. TVnen the com
mittee ants ro-e half a dozen private blB-swrr-
pa-ed. On nititm of ilr Smith, of
lilia 'is. the encte bill was passed censu
tanar taira. H!.. a pert of celivery. The
j-m.- then to?k a reess. the evening s--fcm
to be for considerrj'ion of the pnt-ate
C Km bill. At the -vetmr seion the
h-'r: -AF---d jventy-rwo private pen-ion
iiH- n:d vtwcmed.
I. .j- iae n"T.he 3'th -iaT)r Morran
r .- - -i; " x. t at resoiiiu-.nsuf lit c ilored mass
.u . :-- i-i T-ic fedcr-I ciecu-in hUi.
ees dy-ienv of ihjeisc assr.aliy zo
clerk- and employe In first and second class
ptr-toih.is. but ".-nattir Edmunds objected.
Tue -wiate bill appropriating 530.000 for a
-ire and public building at jhebtjyran.
Ti-.. pa vtL Tbe tarll bill wa- then
tai'it up nnd dix'u-vd durins the balance
bf tne --sj-lon. AdjourntiL
Tlie houx oo the 3ilth mot at 11 o'clocic
and the lirt 'jour wa- taken up in debate
on the bill 'or thf adju-tment of the ac-ctHiut.-
of labtirer-. workmen and mechanics
ur'-ini ander the Hbt-hour law Mr
Brewer otTenii an amendment providing
that this u.-t shall find that the claim
ant performed -ervice under any contract,
t-spre d or implied, or ha bt'n paid the
amount azreeil uptin. Mr. Brewer's amend
ment wa- azretd to and the bill pa ed.
The hou-t- tht-n proeenled io the considera
tion of the bill amending the alien contract.
After -ome di-fii ion the bill pa-vd without
oppo-itiun. as did alo the bill prohibltins
the employment of convict labor on
puDliV work- the bill to prevent the pur-cha-e
-.f upplie-. the pnitluct of convict
labor, by the I'nited states: the bill givin?
rt.n-ent to North Dakota to appropriate a
-t-t-ti'in of land for the u-e of a -tate azri
cultural roilese. and the conference report
.a the bill to prevent collisions at sea. Ad
SOCIETIES FOR VICE.
Bis scandal Unearthed In Germany Gen
eral Foreign 'wi.
Luvdos. Aus 30 -candal recently un
earrned in TVuriemberc srow- more serious
a- further developments are made. The
polife have verifitl the existfn-e of aum-erou-
-ocieties formeti for the purpo-e of
mutual indulgence in all the form.- of the
sre!iT-t vice. Hundred- of arreT have
been made and public feelinz at stuttcart
is rreatly excited. The otHcial Inquiry into
the matter is awaited w.th painful anxiety.
The otScer- of the crack Uhlan regiment are
anion the per-on- implicated. The Kln
rt fused to -tine the investigation dr-pite
tbe .rrat pre an? bn)iutht to bear apon
h.m by the friend- of the accused.
The meilians are deeply lncenst;d at the
Amerit'at. on-ul in Palermo for wamim
M-itors not to travel in the irterior of
-icily because of the many audacious rob-berie-
which are constantly beius commit
ted by bandits. On the other hand the
con-nl l- bei'i" con-zratulated by the for
eign re-ident-. tourii-L-. etc., who hope that
his roiirazeou- action will result in niea
ure- bein? taken by the Italian government
to bring aDtjut a safe condition of affair- on
Tne employe- of the TVeL-h railway have
announced that they will -trike amun if
tl.e demands of the -imial men are not
granted. Then London dock men have
railed S.j.rtoo to the striking Australian
do"nn:en. Many of the men who are abl
tt, do -o hav -ub-cribed a -hillms a day.
m-iead -if a shilling a week pledged by rv-j-iution
of the union.
The movement for the settlement of Pale-tine
-y the- Jew- ha- received an tmpetu.
Hy the revival of the antl-.emitic law- in
Ku ia. Hundred.- of families tif Busian
Jew- are arranzins to emigrate to Jerusa
lem t- t-i-ape per-ecution. Fund- have been
rai-ed in the vanon- town- to aid the poorer
Hebrew- to carry out this plan.
The Egyptian rotton rrop l- expected, ar
nrti.n to pr-ent e-timatt-. to amount lo
A -hzht -kinin-h I- reporteil to have
taken place on the Asiatic frontier of Tur
key between iime Armenian troop- in the
Ruian -ervice and a party of Kurd-. The
KunL- were driven back after -ome firing.
leaving -everal wounded on the field, whom
the Armenian- immediately put to death.
A di-patrh from Calcutta says that the
anit-er of abul has returned In triumph to
hi- capital after an ab-ence of two years.
nurji: 'which he ha- been enzased In -uh-dumr
the rebels asam-t h! authority. He
ha- treated the rebeL- with great -overity
and rruelry. All Afrlmni-rnn h- now tran
ijUU ami -uject to the ameer, hi- principal
enemies bein.r fugitive- in Ku-ian terri
torv. Anarchi-t Work at Trieste.
Trieste. Aug. 30 Much excitement wa-rati-ed
here last night by the eplo-ion of a
btn.' m the doorway of the police headquarter-.
Another bomb, with the fu-e
burning, si- found in the railway -tation
ui t.me to prevent what might have been a
General Foreign New.
A great ra in-torm fituxled the street- of
-r. IV'er-burg Thur-day.
-even boy- at Hammer-tein. Pru la.were
fatally injured by the expio-ion of -ome
cartridge- they were playing with.
Three-Quarter- of the to-rn of Kineshma.
Bus-ia. ha.- been de-troyed by fire. The
damage is e-timated at 3.oon.iuo roubles.
A pa engr coach became detached from
a train in the Austrian Tyrol, on a -teep
grade. At a certain point in the de-oenr.
where a curve occur-, the carriage wa.
thrown from the track and dashed over a
precipice. Five of the ocrupant- were killed
outright ami a number of others were seri
FUN FOR LAWYERS.
I'roininent California I'eople Charced With
Stealing '.:. OOO.OOO.
?o" FnAX-l-r.i Aug. 30. The misappro
prutiini tf S2.di.iMw bel.inging to the Hale
4 N.-rt-ro-s -ttn-hholder- wa- iirettly
c'li.trged in 'writing by one of them on
"Aedne-day. Many of the -tockholder- had
long -u-pected wring doing -omewhere. -
1m t.f tlit-m ftirmetl the mining fck as-o-ciaiioii
f-rrthe purpo-e of checking the -up-po-ed
maladministration Their -ptike
n.an wa- M. N. Tox. and he -ut a letter to
the -ecretary of the Hale ,v Norcro com
pany, in which he -ay-: "I am informed.
and beiit-ve. that the Hale & Norcro com
pany and its -tockholder- have been sys
tematically plundered for the last three
year- and that the property -tojen amount
4o more than S2.oim).ouii: al-o that the theft
ha.- been aiomplL-htHl thriugh a fraudu
lent conspiracy and combination between
tbe director of tbe company and the owner-."
After detailing the method- of the
-windle. Mr. Fox declare- that he i- pre
pared to prove hi- charge and demands that
action be taken to compel the re-titution of
the property stolen. The case. If action i
brought, will involve -uch men a Senator
John P. Jone-. TV. S. Hobart. D. O. Mills,
samuel Jones nnd Alvinza Howard.
MURDERED FOR HIS MONEY.
A Michigan Fruit Farmer Brutally Killed
ax Grand Rapid.
Graxd Rapids. Mich. Aug 30. TVra. a.
Quigley. a pro-perous fruit farmer, livinz
eight mile -outh of the city, was brutally
murdered Wednesday afternoon by two un
known men. He had N-en in poor health
for about a year, and Wednesday was taken
wor-e than n-ual and came to the city.
Hi- 3-year-old -on with a neighbor- boy.
we-e in the field cutting com. About 3
oViocK m the afternoon the son sent the
boy to the hou-e after water, and in a few
minute- he came running back frightened
and crying for help. On goinz to the hou-e
the oid man was found in an unconscious
condition, bleeding profusely and his cloth
mz all torn S exctpt his -hirt- Assistance
was procured and he revived at intervals
long enough to tell his story. Ee was sleep
ing on a lounge when he wis suddenly at
tacked by two men who dragged him n-p and
began pounding him. This is the last he
remembered. Ee had sold a house and let
m the city tne day before and the monev
was probablv the object of the visit. But
he had placed it in the hank a-d they suc
ceeded in rettinir hut S7Q The old --"-lingered
until yesterday afternoon, when
he died. An examination of the body re
vealed frightful wounds in the Abdomen,
where the robbers had stamped on him.
Oklahoma's Destitution Exaggerated.
Oiiah03ia Citt. I. T-. Aur. . Cacr-
-vio wis detailed b7 tie wag de
partment to ex-.-ine .nto tie cllagsd desti-nrt-cn
frsr'cr in this conzitry, reports am
inis fw zczzsl cases of irzzz.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
TO WRECK THE THAI.V,
A CHICAGO EXPRESS NARROW
LY ESCAPES ACCIDENT,
Tle LJtl Across the Tracir Sweflt .iry
the Cowcatcher and Duua Done A
British. Semler Malrtctl at Ounalaska
Tne News In Cental.
Alb.ast, N. Y.. Ahz 1" A da-tanlly at
tempt to wreck jhe t'hicaso expre-. Out
here at 2:05 tb& eveninr. wa- made two
nule- ea-t of here by pljcinz tie- uptn tlie
track. The cowcatcher swept them a-ide
and no daniaze was done.
District Ma-ter TVorkrcan tee. of the
Km zhx.- of Labor, -aid the tie- were un
doubtedly placed on the track by Pinkerton
men in order to make the company believe
their presence is -till nece ary" to pro"Ct
property and preserve order
Mulcted at Uunala-.ka.
Victoria. B. C. Aur. 30. The sealing
chtoner. Slattie C. Dyer, arrivetl yesterday
afternoon from the north for repairs. 'She
wa- -eized at Ounala.-ka June 1-. by United
states Deputy Collector Emmons, tthe
schcxiner havms gone In there In
dlsrres- the day previous. When the jcttst?
was brouzhx before the court li was
dL-mis4ed. TVhea taken to Sitkf the
schooner- captain ami crew wery taken
ashore and confined in oldr Bora
noff ca-tle. where they jpre kept
for three week-. Tbe tiuttaAities totik
away their -kins, -ails ahd aJjthe vp-.-el'-findmg-.
The captain -ajth' -eal.-kin-
had been taken at lea-t thirty toile- from
any shore on the north Pacific, and the man
who made the seizure wa- no official.
Dtiappcared tt St. Joe.
sr. Joseph. Mo.. Auz. 30. .lohn J. Brown,
vice president of the Farmers' bank, of
Broken Bow. Custer county. Neb.. L- mislnz,
and it i- fearetl he has met with foul play.
About ten days aro Mr. Brown left Broken
Bow for St. Joseph, bu-ine with the 'St.
Joseph Loan and Trust company calling him
to this city. Shortly afterward hi- family
received word that he had arrived here,
and then all corre-poudence cea-cd- A
"eek pa ed before hi- family became
alarmed at not hearing from him. and a
telegram was then sent to the St.Jo-eph
Trust company that he be looked' up. A
careful -earch wa- made at all the hotel- m
the city, and everywhere eL-e that he would
be liable to be. but not a trace could be dis
covered, nor could any hijtel be found at
which he had registered. -These facts were
-cut to his family and inrespon-e a telegram
has been received -tatinz that he could not
be found and that hemust have become the
victim of foul playr "as he had certainly ar
rived in St. Joseph: and no other rea-on
could be assigned for his disappearance.
The telegram urged that the police be in
formed of the matter. Chief Broder was
put in po o-ion of the meager details In
connection with Mr Brown s disappearance,
and the police force a now engaged la
searching for him.
4. Worldly Uoieon Knocked. Out.
Gai"eth.le. Tex.. Aug. 30. In the
Mountain Spring- neighborhod. ten mile
south of Gainesville, a Baptist deacon went
to the hou-e of Mr. Solby. a near neighbor,
and. finding ail the family-rab-scnt but Mr.
Solby. threw hi- arms about her "raw.
called her -dear sister" and asked her for a
ki.--. The lady, 'who weighs about 200
pound, jerked loo-e from him. -eized a
chair, knocked him out of the hou-e into
the yard, felling him to the ground, where
he continued to pound him most unmerci
fully, and was only prevented from beating
him to death by the arrival of the deacon"
wife. who. hearing his waiiing,, came to hi
a istance. Both have grown children and
are members of the ame church. The lady
went before a ju-tice oLfhe peace and had
a warrant is-ued for the arnt of the dea
con, charging him Tith criminal a ault.
JohaX. a an Actor.
Beidgepoht. Conn.. Aug. 3" .lohn L.
Sullivan made hi fir-t appearance on any
staze la-t night. The play which claimed
hi- maiden effort wa "Honest Hearts and
TVilling Hands." The audience went wild
with joy after the third art and pa-ed up
a lot of flowers of every hue. The big fel
low stepped forward and bo'ed like a
Cbe-terfield. "Friends and ladle-.'" he -aid
in his deep voice. "I don't pretend to be a
John McCullough or an Edwin Booth, but I
hope to get along well, for I have left my
old vocation. It l- a risky thing to come
before the public in a new -hape. and I
thought about it a long while before I con--ented
to do it. but I thought it wa.- right,
and if my -ucce is half a- great as my
earne-tne and my de-ire to -uccevd I will
have nothing to repent of in the future:"
Her Million Won by a Itriton.
St. Locis. Aug. 30. Sirs. Grace January,
widow of the iat Jesse January, of thL
city. and a dauzhterof the late Jule- Vail.-,
i- engaged to and will soon marry Mr.
Frewen. brother of Jlorton Frewen. of En
gland, who married Mis- Jerome. The
Frewen family is a distinguished one in
England, and the announcement has cre
ated much interest In English circles. TVIten
a girl she wa- noted for her beauty, which
i-of the brunette type. She rank- -ecnnd
only to one woman in wealth In st- "Louis,
her riche- amounting to nearly five mill
ion, the greater bulk of it having been ac
cumulated in a chance investment in the
granite mountain-. Few women have had
a- many offer- of marriage a- ha- Mr-. Jan
ary. One weii-known man in this city i
said to have partly lo-t h.s mind n her ac
count, anil hi- haple infatuation of her
caused a great -en-ation.
AtctiisOX. Kan.. Aug. 30 A privatp let
ter from Washington say- President Harri
son will, in a -hort time, is-ue a proclama
tion requiring the Indian- of the Pottawat
tamie reservation in Jack-on county. Kan
sas, to take their head right and
ordering that the residue of thtir lands
be sold to white settler for the benent
of the Indians. This will dLtribute
about 4-.0Q0 acres of land in -everalty to
the Indian,.and put upon the market about
21.000 acres. The Indian lands will be in
alienable for twenty-five year-, and conse
quently not taxable during that period.
The object of distributing the lands in
severalty is to break up the tribal relation
of the Indians -a that they may berr.nie
citizens and to -ome extent producers. The
reservation i in the heart of a populous
and fertile county, ami the new order wil'-P
result in an imrrea-
of its population and
Sad Fate of Boston Women.
:o Aug. :jo. Five women
fataUy injured in an electric car accident
in Boston. A a Brookline electric car with
over forty pas-enger- turned a corner it
collided with a -team roller, -plitting the
car m twain, throwing -everal pa-engers
beneath the heavy roller, while other- had
their limb broken by contact between the
debris of the car and the sides of the iron !
monster. Mrs. Emma Morgan, of Cam
bridzeport. had her 1-ft leg broken, her
shoulder dislocated and was Injured inter-
naHy. Miss. Ida May had her rizht leg
broken and was also internally injured. J
Mrs. Earkins. Mrs. H.. C. Knapp and"3Irs. J.
C. Cobb, all of this city, were fatally in
jured, being jammed between the ircn roller
and the car.
So More Qnotatlon.
yrv Yohs. Aug. 30. The governors of
the New York Stock exchange have decided,
it can be authoritatively stated, to change
the present system of distributing quo
ta jozls, and after the 1st jf -?ptember im
mediate reports of transactions and quota
tions will be given only to members of the
exHfc-gg. This statement :- connrmed if?"
L3"th-.t -reck cuotntion tickers ccn-
y:t--"ew iorli stock exennnre !
have been nlaced zzs "Western. "Cnics I
WW:"g a: I- 3-4d sseaz, a hT7T;-g j
where heretofore no wires or in-trument-rirft
tho of the We-tem Union company
have beej" aLtwef ti " nNciii. This de-
nartnre from mi-t n-.i-'e -iv- ?fitt o"
k4Ve belief that an arransenient will t o-
ha- been made by which the Gold and
5ttck telegraph, which L- owneti by the
TVe-trn lnltn. will be allowed to dL-tril-ute
qriotatior''" to nPti'l(r niter they lia e
been received by member- of tuf "c,anj,..
TVhether there will be an advance id tit?
rate-, or how niuch preference in the way
of time will be riven members, cannot yet
Des Morxss. Ja.. Ang. .".0. About a fuWiP
ago the di-oovery wa.- made by the pre-ent
auditor of Poweshiek county that a former
auditor w short in his accounts. An in
vestigation wa- prop'o-e.1- Kt Det with a
great deal of oppi-ition from th ft4
county officer-. Finally an examination of
the books wa agreed lo. and Gen. Geo. A.
Rrown. bank examlnerof Iowa under Cleve
land, wx- elert--il n -traighten out the
muddle. He be--an work Mond:iy ntl the
first day found a shortage of 5it. Every
tlay since then ha- brought forth new development-,
and now it is believed that
thorough examination of the book of the
c-.mnty officials will show an a-tounding
.tat of affair. ?onis who are in a pt-ition
to givr an c-tinuU? ar confident that the
teal will figure up 10.0)il.
Thur-i:iy it became nect:s-ary in th3 In
vestigation to refer to the semi-annual re
ports of the county treasurer to the board
1 of supervisor-. A -earch through the
vaults of the auditor'- office revealed the
fact that the report were mis-inc. It is
the general -upposition tnat the report?
were taken by -onie per-ou or persons
directly intere-ted In the final outcome. It
t- further stated by good authority that
these reports were taken during the pa-t
week, and it is now an established fact that
the -teal- have extended over tbe past two
year. There 1- much excitement over the
matter at Montezuma, the county vat of
the county, and the final outcome of the
matter will be awaited with much intere-t
by the -tale at large on arrount of the in
lluence it will have upon tne campaign.
Allowances for Land surreys.
W.isiiixrrnx. Aug. 30. The land office
has practically settled upon the allowance
for survey-of public lands to be made in
the new -rate-. The whole amount appro
priated for this was S423.0OO. Of this Wa-h-ingtou
get- 510O.0D0. Moutana come- next
with 70.000. Each of the Dakota- gets
s-io.ooo and Idaho and Wyoming S-O.fiOO
each. In addition to the above amount tbe
surveyor-general in South Dakota will have
charge of the surveying in the Sioux reser
vation, for which there i an e-pecial appro
priation of clOO.000. With the amounts to
be thus expended in South Dakota. Wash
ington and Montana the department believes
that the appropriation of $30,000 for ex
aminers of survey- will not be enough to
keep up with the field work.
Report on Corn and Cotton.
Memphis. Tenn.. Aug. 30. Tlie regular
montnly cotton crop report from the Mem
phis district, which embrace- we-t Tennes
see, northern Mississippi, northern Arkan
sas and northern Alabama, will say: The
weather during the month ha- been favor
able. The plant Is fruiting well and re
taining its squares and bolls. The pre-ent
condition give- brighter nromie of a fuller
yield than for the past two year. The con
dition of corn throughout the district has
improved -incc our la-t report and indica
tions now point to a yield of fully 75 per
cent, of a fair average crop of this cereaL"
Fouclit Till Both Died.
MiPDLESBonoroH. Ky.. Aug 30 One of
the mo-t desperate battles fought between
man and man took place between Mar-h
Turner, one of the famou- Turner gang,
ami Steve Warrick, another desperado of
more than lo-al fame. The two men quar
reled about ome trivial matter, blows w-ere
-truck, then came a figut to the d'atn.
Turner was armed with a revolver and
Warwick handled hi- bowie knife with the
kill of a Spanish bull fighter. The com
bat lasted fully fifteen minute-, and re
sulted in both men falling to the uor un
conscious from fatal wound-.
Weather Crop Bulletin.
DEs MoiXEs. Io.. Aug. 30. This week's
crop bulletin of the Iowa weather service
report-, the temperature sirghtly below
normal, with an average rainfalL but not
well distributed. Corn b? maturing rapidiy
and the hulk of the crop will be beyond
danger of injury by frnt in two to three
weeks. Sorghum and bn'ni inrn are in a
promising condition and late potatoes will
yield beyond previous expectations, if not
cut -hort by untimely frosts. Pasture- are
greatly improved. Fall plowing is in
The President I Too Busy to Go to Penn
W sri-gtos. Aug. 30. Owing to unex
pected pres-ure of public business, the
pre-ident is compelled to pt-tpone his de
parture for Cre-son. Pa., until next week.
The president ha.- approved the -undry
civil appropriation bill, act providing for
additional clerical force to carry into effect
the dependen pen-ion bill, meat inspection
bill, and agricultural bill.
Little More Money ed-tt.
ArsTix. Tex.. Aug. 30. Referring to the
failure of Procter. Loveil d. Co.. at Bn-ton.
August Langerman. of the Brazoe Improve
ment company, -aid he did not think it
would interfere "with their enterprise. O1. er
$1,250,000 had been expended and very little
mor money was needed to complete the
WAsniXGToN, Aug. 30 Acting Secretary
Wharton has received a cablezram from
Minister Mizner. confirming the reporteil
killing of Gen. Jo-e Barrundia on tho
steamer Acupulco while rest-ting arrest.
W eekly Hank statement.
New York. Aug. 30. The weekly bank
statement shows the reerve fund increased
$1,976,000. Banks now hold $3;:7.U0O in ex
cess of legal requirements.
Berxjx. Aug. 30. A cooler in a brewery
in -toettentz. Saxony. coiLip-ed to-day.
burying -ixteen workmen, uf these -even
were killed and the remainder severely
' SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
A tehrible -tt.rni is raging in Bus-ia.
Tlie rivet-, and canal are flooded, the water
Ls two feet deep in the lower stqets of St.
At Rosetlale. Kan.. Beniamin Carter, aged
1". triel to cut hL si-ter"- throat, and after-
wani beat her into in-ensibility with a ba-;
ball but. indicting probably fatal injune-.
Tn number of coal miner- on a -trike in
the Rorinage di-trtcr. France, is Itj.700. and
the movement i- ull -preading. The
striker- are becoming ve'y disorderly.
Hexry Sjcth. aged 24. a five-time mur
derer, died of consumption in the Alabama
penitentrary. where he was awaiting the re
sult 1 f an appeal from the death entence.
-iErHE5 uses, siueu oy jumping from
the rar r.ea- Philadelphia." was frcm Belle-
viile. ILL. where he was under bond for a
criminal assault upon his own daughter.
The Little girl who also jumped from the
tram was a younger daughter.
It is reported that the big lumber firm of
E. : 3. Holmes, of Buialo. ". Y.. is in finan
cial dirScuities. Bank of 3uffaIo has filed
for record a deed nnd mortgage gives, it a
security by the firm in 15e7. It i- feared
that an assignment may follow.
A big socialistic conspiracy has teen un-
Learthea in Erme. Concealed in h- hoc-e?
cf Toriingmen the polict hare found bomg
cn-rgsd with powclcr and dynamite, as TeJi
az3 and correspondence; jf
iractc- tF2, ;cr-ggri 5Csial-
a dingercrcs c
DUNs VrEt-V REVIEW.
Various Causes Tend tt KeHe-t !re !?tnn
in the Money .Market.
-JEW v"nns. Aug 30 IL (1. Dim & O-'s
Teevhv fcrvW"r -nv- The great relief in
the niont'V '"fcvt Mrt- cilfe! by tho
trea-ury purcha-e of - r rent. sn'I-.
the refusal of the labor fetlerai"- ny) ,
up and extend the strike on the Central
f-jtroud and the prospect that the senate .
wfli oow ffct a final action In the i
tariff bill n.-r5-.-" : t-itie. u Improve the (
state of business. At ti-' sne t!m. better
crop pro-peels have brought a dhx,f, - t
turn in the -peculations which mt-t rt'taru
"jottpi:.--, Thu-. while the volume of domes
tic trartP "ni Iihm greater than in any
previous year at tt -e-on. bunk clearing-
for August outside of ': ty "cecd
la-t year'- by 21 per cent-, and thC" i.!i
- clearer and brighter.
7r,H,i s,uij m. R,ton reached 3.fl'i.".00fl
pounils and u.y MMj Laving sub-tituted
territory warp for fleece J""! i" -. the
market for fleece has been weak and kwfj
orders for woolen good.- are reported by the"
mills, -s fair trade continue- in cotton good-.
Copper !- firnter -iguin. lifter large -ale-at IT
cents, tin has adf-need 1-2 cent and lead is
-tronger at $1.70. The Lvvt himI -hoo trade
Ls large and active. Th" pa-t - I b.i.-w.tne-sl
some further inipnivement in the
demand for manufactured forms of iron and
steel plate and structural nulls are crowded.
With better price- In -oroo case-. But the
pig iron tnnrWt. according to private ac
counts from Philadelphia. L- badly disorgan
ized at present and is not stronger there,
the doubt whether production ha not much
exceeded the demand affecting the views of
stagnation prevail- In the coal trade and
It L- admitted that many prices still rule in
actual 'ale-. Th reduction of output re
stricts very imperfectly thtj total thi year
to Aug. 1. being only 330.0CO ton behind
last year"- record. Accounts from other
cities are even more favorable than usual,
excepting as to money maniets. Boston
note esptvlai activtty in leather. In Phila
delphia collection- in many branches ren
dered -low by monetary pre ure. Chicago,
ou the contrary, reports money plenty at 3
percent, ou call and collections ea-y a
better trade than last year In dry good- and
clothing: a reduction of 73 per cent, in
stock yards busine- ince the strike: a de
crease of 30 per cent, in wool, compared
with la-t year: 20 per cent, in butter and a
-teady deerea-e In dreod aeef. aut a largo
increase In cured meat.-. lard, chee-e. cattle,
hides and 100 per cent, in hog-.
St. Loui- has a fair volume of trade and
Milwaukee ,notes a rapid absorption of
money by grain movements at mcrea-ed
prices. At Detroit. Cleveland. Omaha and
St. Paul trade i satisfactory and at Minne
apolis the flour output is 170,000 barrel-,
and the lumber trade Is firm. At Kan-as
City no change i- noted and at Pittsburg a
good demand for manufactured iron. Savan
nah report- a brisk trade, but Jackon ilie
much discouragement. Atlanta trade Ls got hI
and the crop outlook very promising. In
terior money market- do not yet feel the
relief -een hen', and at Philadelphia the
market i- tight at " 3-1 to " per cent, for
commercial paper, at Pttt-burg active at i
to 7. at Cleveland the demand exceeti- the
supply, at Detroit the demand is-tmng at .
at Milwaukee the market i- very firm at -.
and at St. Paul tight a- it L- at St. Loui-.
with 7 to - ruling, and at ravannah acd At
lanta. Presumably thi-pressure will con
tinue a- bu-ine expand- and products go
forward to market.
The movement of -ome -taple is checked
by high prices, wheat exports fall below last
year and the value of all exports from Ne-v
York for finir week- -how a decrease of 23
1-2 per cj.nt. fnmi last year, wheat and corn
each about 2 cents and o.-is 3 cent- for
the week, t II over 1 1-2 cent.-, pork 25 cent
per barrel and cotton 3-- of a cent. Hog-,
lard and butter are -tronger and t.tree u:,
changetL The busine-- failure- occurri' g
throughout the country during the l.i-t
seven day- number I-U as compared wrTh
102 last week. For the corresponding week
of last year the figure- were 211
lie Considers tlie South Dakota Repub
lican Ticket a Strong One.
Smcx Fall. Aug. 3i. special The
Dailv Time- correspondent interviewed
Senator pettigrew this morning on tin po
litical -uu.ition. The senator ha- just re
turned from the convention at Mitchell aiit
leave- to-morrow for Washington. He
thinks the ticket nominated by the republican-
at Mitchell a strong one mdn idually
and collectively He attribute- Bailey s
defeat to the fact that it would not have
been wi-e for Minnehaha county to bavi- t.
many candidates. sn;ltl)r Jioody will lie
returned if we carry tlie legislature."" hut
Pettigrew eemed to have doubt- uhout
carrying the legislature. He thought the
farmer-" alliance wa- developing mot
strength than had generally necne-t;niate:
In regard to the prohibitory plank he mh
the republican- merely meant to uphold the
law -The next htue will h. denits-ra'ic."
said he. -het-au-e the republicans are doing
nothing and the democrats are working
hard." He Ls ptt-u ive the Lodge bill will
not be con-idered until after electn-n anl
i in -ympathy with Blaine on the tariff
Hundred- of Thousands of Acres Burnett
Over In North Dakota.
jTrxxEAroLis. A"g. The .7Iiiirri(tr-t
Dickinson. N I . spj.ci.il -ay-- A destruct
ive prairie fire ha5 ni-.aged hiintiretls ..f
tht u-ands of acre- along the Little XI i
-ouri. a!Hiif forty m.li's fnm the mam I:n"
of tne Northern Pacific niln ad The zrt a
range ..f the H. T. Cattle ci.mpany wa--wept
clear. Twelve hundrejl heail of hor--s
Bank President Arrested.
Ka-.Vs ClTT. Aug. 3 i harie- H. Nich
ols, pre-ident and cashier of the Nifhol
bank. which failed a week ago. ha- been ar
i re-ted on a charge of receiving ruoney for
' Uepo-it when he knew the bank wi-insolvent.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Siocx city Aug. :. Ho Ro-ipt1: I f
.j3icialyestird.lv I . Market -tr-ng w.a
esierlav seiungat J3"jf5f.t.ur.. buLt. VT -G'A
CaTle Receipt-. IiJO: 'jfSnal ye-terdiv jg:
-h:pmeat.-. none. Market -iowan".: da. ii-.tation--
Fat steer-. inme. ca .v.i oir U
gtsvd. ix:i:i.,!l. feetle.--. .-auce yj f I 'tjj
irtiunds, ri.77js.i). fair t- got-' ."iT'lt.
-locier,.. .-aoire i
' r,, .
g..jt: niierior ?i ..-g;. tows, t-xrri rhii-e
i-omfed. t-t'x. gra er-. 'airto good. ' "3
7rz.t. iramom ?lcl r,: -anner-. T-7cli.
yearlunr-. extra choice. rgJJ""Cg.77 t-mmon.
ritxrfeiitj. bulL-. choice. iUus. --mmom
V. i"-"' IS. veal calves, poor to cat.'ice. rioO
Chicago Live st,;!
Chicago Aug 30 Cattle Receipt., vjq.
Market slow and wsiit common to prime
na-ives. -. ,.- :; xexans. rg.t'5J.i
Hog- Receipts. 11 .!). Market sleady
er. ?llix4.iu. snippers. iLgLL
"She-p Receipts. 2,Oi). MarkPt tov ca
t.ve-. ;;.ii4.7o. westerns. $uXj.i.!5 T"xan--
SI 'f4 f.
Sou h Oin-iha Lire stock.
South Omaha. Neb.. Aug 30 Eogs Be
reipts . i".'.X) . o5c:a. yeyterday " j . saip
ments. K car- Market opehec x hmter
seli-ng at St-rtla.
Cattl- Rece.pts. I "TO. .-.glcja; y-ste.day.
iT.sj. shrpment.-. 7 cars. Market opened vey
slow and lower, quality fair
Chicago. An 3C Wheat Weai. cash
-I01-;. September. SLOl-j. May. ii Ct-s.
Com teaiy. cash. fcV. Sentemcer V"-c
Cats ?- Tosh. T-ji". s-ptnb- Z .c
Rr Iran at f-
3 ariey Steady at "lc.
itjy iTm stfr.fty at f.L l(,Lii.
?---. .go".- cas. iSU-y. -&-
NEBRASKA'S SUGAR PALACE.
A 3oeI K-hiblt of a ew li - Craad
Warn hort ews r th Stat.
The bnildgnR1 for th Grand Island bt
sugar palace aru cfrmpleted, but it will re
quire all the time to September, tbe date
of the openinc, to finish Ch inside deco-a-ions.
The panorama of thd battle of
GstSysboTg will be exhibited m conn-c-tion
wi'h h" stgsr pulace in a building ad
joining, whicl: la ae nearly completed. It
is 150 feet in diarnt-T. The measure
ment of the oalace are Ola-ICu feet, and
ii main tower is 150 feet hub. At the
rii;ht cf th main entrance is a miniature
beet smrax factcrj m full operation.
The first room ca tbe Ift is a Vermont
maple sugar camp scene. Thi will be one
of the prettiest and most raal!ti: scene-
in ism building. Artificial scow, which
will require the sense of touch to disttn
Kuish it from the cstaral. will be prepared,
and the miniature trees, shanty and fir
plsce will be true to life. Next to this w
tha Cereal room, cont-iininK exhibits of
eery cereal known to the civtlt-sj world.
The grass room adjoining will be
another feature, as also will be the white
and blue rooms. Fifty men. women and
ehildrea have been employed for two
weeks, and yet the work is not half com
pleted. The scar exhibits will be new
Happenings of a Day.
Waco has a new camp of Modern
The demand in Thayer county for farnu
is greater than ever before known.
Thbee residences were burglarized at
Beatr.ce the other night.
WORS on the new courthouse at Gre!ey
Center is procrassmg rapidly.
Kichakd Hevre, a wealthy farmer of
Lancaster, wad killed m a runaway acci
dent at Crete the other day.
Texts have arrived at Grand Island for
the G. A. K. reunion, and the work of
putting them tip ha begun.
THE G. A. R. post of Seward will at
tend the encampment at Grand Island m a
"WrLilAit WalTE. of Ruby, Seward
county, possesses a curiosity m the shape
of a three-legged chicken.
The bncklajers of Kearney are 13
trouble and craftsmen are advised to stay
away from there at present.
Tee officers of the state fair announce
that most of the counties in the state have
applied fcr space for exhioits.
The annual conferance and camo meet
ing of the Seventh Day Adventists of Ne
braska will be held at York, beginning
The 9-year-old son of Elias Conger,
who lives near Chapman, while carelessly
handling a loaded shotgun shot his little
sister's foot off.
At the independent convention at Blue
Hill it was stated by Scott Phdleo that
forty-six horses had been stolen m Adams
county since the 1st of ilarch and a reso
lution was adopted requesting each alliance
in Adams and Webster counties to organ
ize a vigilance committee.
John TV. Bcbgeneb, a young man who
has been living at Uiy9ses, while under
arrest for horse stealing, jumped from a
passenger train which was going at the
rate of thirty-five miles an hour and es
caped. He was recaptured in a cornfie d
the next day, however, and safely landed
A boeleejiakeb named Lewis, while
in a boozy" condition, fell out of the
third story window cf his boarding house
a Plattsrnouth and sustained serious in
juries. At Grand Island. Freddie, the son of
Charles A. TViebe. was bitten by a sup
posed mad dog. The boy was taken to
Omaha on the first tram by his mother to
be treated with a madstone. The dog was
A posse of vigilantes are -couring the
country in the neighborhood of Milfor-1 for
a man named Yaer, charged with brut.dly
outraging a crippled sirl named Ellen.
Getts. If cansht he will probably be sum
marily dealt with.
ILabel GE-vr, of Long Pine, won the
gold medal at the Long Pma Chiutauqua
grounds last week. rhe now has a silver,
a gold and a great gold medal, and will co
to Omaha in September to contest for the
AOjCvr Kboegjihb, a German em
ployed in one of the Omabi pacii-g
houses, was shot at thrpe times bv some
one in ambush while on his way home
from "srork the other night, but fortunately
escaped unharmed. He ays that this was
the second a temp to take his life made in
five years and think the party who shot at
him last night the same one who fired at
him in Chicigo five year? acto. At that
time he was hit, bnt not seriously injured.
He says tha in 1-b'I he m zned the di
vorced wife of Wm. Ii. Kleptner, of Battle
Creek. Mich. When the divorce wa ob
tained Eleptner openly declared that he
would kill the man who ever dared to
marry his former wife, ami Kroegmer
fears he is trying to keep his word.
Enoineb "The' Livingstone the
other dy made the run between Grr-ad
Island and Omaha, a distance of loo
miles, in two hours and forty eight min
utes. The first 100 miles was made in
A EeaBNET laborer, employed in clear
ing the ruins of the Hidway hotel, whxh
burned sometime ago, found a charred roll
of bank notes. He sent the roll to tha
treasury department at Washington and a
few days ago received m return a draft for
The vigilantes society of Geneva, Mad
ison, Fairmont and West Blue township,
in Fillmore county, now has a member
ship of nearly 100. The constitution pro
Tides that notice of theft can be given to
any manager, who forthwith calls out ten
riders, who are secretly selected by the
board, to go after the thief.
Fraite Haven, a young man hring fie
inilea southwest of Geneva, has died from
the effects of an injury received four weeks
ago. While trying to capture a vicious
horse which was running loese in the
stable the animal rushed a-tainst him,
pressed him over a manger with sufiiciect
force to crush his ribs and otherwise in
jure him internally.
Tee man, Thomas Patchec, who
stabbed and killed Charles Heaton at
Locg Pine, July 4, 1590, has been ar
rested for murder, ami his case will coma
up in the Brown county district court in
What is considered a just retribution is
reported from, Cass county. Frank Lam
bert, of Rock Blc2s, secured a back pen
sion to the amount of 51,600. and waa
placed on the pension rolls at 33.") per
month. Last November he deserted his
wife and two imbecile children, who have
since been supported by the county. Fata
being against Mr. Lambert, he was rnrt
over by a locomotive in Kentucky the
other day and hi3 dtstitnte widow will
hersafter drj.w the pension which he was
bestowing upon otrers-
Thz fall term of the st3te institute for
tie blind, opens at Nebraska City Sept- 10.
Ahcrux si357-fiTe pupils wul be in anesJ
acce it th orcein zi th t2rz.
WHOLE NUMBER 1060.
THE OLD RELIABLE
(Olde.t Stato Bona in tha State.)
PAYS INTEREST (W TIME DEPOSITS,
MAKES LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
ISSUES SIGHT DRAFTS ON
Omaha, Chicago, New York, and all Foreign
SEIX9 STEJaMJiUlP TlCKtTrS.
BUYS GOOD NOTES
And Helps It Csstomcri when they Need IaIp.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
LEAS0EJ- GEBRARD. Pre-ideut.
G. TC. HTTLST, Vl'e-IT-iidenS.
JOHN STACFFER. r-ilr.
JULIUS A. ILEES. K. H. HENB.T.
Anthorized Capital of ."00.000
Paid ia Capital - IX),000
C. E. SHELDON. Pr-t.
H. P. II. OHLRICH. Vice Prs.
C. A. NEWS! N. Ca-hier.
DANIEL SCKP-AM. AsVt Cash.
C. H. Sheldon. J P Pecker.
Herman P. H. Oehlrich. Curl Rienke.
Jonas Welch. W. A. McAIlisfpr.
J. Hentr Wardercan. H. M. WiesIot.
Iietirg" VV. Galley, S. ('. Gr-y.
Frank Rorr. Arnold i II. Oehlrich.
Btary Losek". Gerhard Loseie.
l"Baak of deposit; intert allowd on tirn
deposits; buy and iwdl exchaaj" on Gaitrd State
and Enrope, and bnyast! "ell available securities.
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