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t VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , TUESDAY. AUGUST 10 , 1880. NO. 43.
r Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents
Ireland Excited Over the
Latest Agrarian Out
Of a Crown Solicitor Who Was
About to Serve Writs of
Nothing Definitely Known of
Afghan Affairs by the
But Ayoob Khan With 20.OOO
Men is Bothered "With Dis
A Prisoner in Italy Tries Tan
ner's Game and Starves
in Thirty Days.
The British Parliament to Ad
AllUKSTS OF TUK SUPPOSE ! ) QUlLTr PAH-
SpscUl Dispatch to Tun EBB.
DUNLIN , -lugust 5) ) 4 p. m. Eleven
persons have been arrested on suspi
cion of being the principals or assist
ants in the shooting and killing of the
Jjon of Crown Solicitor Boyd and the
severe wounding of Mr. Boyd him-
eclf and hia other son , at New Ross.
- Three of the arrested men are cvictea"
Spodxi Ubpatch to rho Bee.
NEWCASTLE , August 9 , 4 p. in.
The home-rulers' convention
bled here this morning. There is a
very large attendance , delegates from
all largo towns of England attending.
Mr. Parnell was chosen to preside.
The tone of the convention was decidedly -
Special Dupulch to TIIK UK.
PABIS , August 9 t p. m. At a
number of precincts at the late elec
tion for the council general no candi
date received a clear majority of
votes and a second ballot became
necesFary. The second election took
place'yustcrday. and the republicans
carried over two-thirds of the contest
THE APfiiHAN TKOUBLE.
Special DismtUi to TUB Bum.
LONDON , August 0 , 4 p. m. Lord
llipon telegraphs that the British con-
vry Tvhicli ia rutun < ing from -A-fflho. . .
istan reached Tibi yesterday. An at
tack made by the tribesmen compelled
the British to abandon a nortion of
their baggage. Sbirpur will bo evac
GOOD FOB AMERICA.
SpecUl dispatch to The Bee.
LONDON , Angust 9 4 p. m. A St.
Petersburg correspondent says that
telegraphic reports received at the
ministry of the interior from govern
ors of forty , nine provinces show that
the harvest throughout Russia is poor.
Special Diipatch to The Bee.
DUBLIN , August 10 , 1 a. m. The
murderous attack at Now ROBS , Sun
day upon Mr. Boyd and his two sons ,
continues to bo the sole topic of dis
cussion. Sir. Boyd was crown solici
tor of Tipperary and itwas under
stood ihat he h.id been preparing for
ilia issue of a number of writs of
ejectments Against tenants in thn
neighborhood. His two sons wrre
attacked at New Roas by a body of
tlifguised men , eleven of whom are
now in custody. Olio of his sons was
killed and the other wa * so severely
wounded that he expired soon after.
Ho himself was severely wounded
and his life is considered to bo in
danger. The attack waa altogether
an agrarian outrage. Three of the
arrested poraons have been identified
as tenants upon whom writs of evic
tion have been served. It is raid ,
however , that the crown will find it
extremely difficult to prove that the
arrested parties were participants in
the murderous attack , as all assailants
were thoroughly disguised , and the
cloven persons , who wore arrested ,
had time to throw oil their disguises
to appear TIB if they were pursuing
their ordinary occupation. The affair
lias caused great cx-citement hete and
THE FAULIAJIENTAKY MKSION.
Epoolal dispatch to Tnc Bvo
LONDON , August 9,10 p. m. Mr.
Gladstone will leave to-day for the
country , and will probably not return
again during the present session ,
which is HOT drawing rapidly to a
close. Accordiim to all precedent
the session should close on Thursday
iiL-xt , the 12lh , when grouse-shooting
begins ; but it is evident the session
must bo protracted a weak or ten
dayfiboyond that date.
TUK I'KENCll AMniSSU > OK RESIGNS.
A Berlin correspondent asser's that
Count do St. Yalliers , French ambas
sador io Germany , has positively ten
dered his resignation , on account of
A dispatch from Constantinople
ulutcs that , though Turkey is still send
ing froopj toDulcignn , the porto ap.
pjars to be honestly wilhug to cede
that province to Montenegro ; that
the object of sending troops thither is
to preserve the peace and to check
any uprising among the populice
"hen the transfer of government ii
, MARINES FOE IRELAND.
Several detachments of marines cm-
barked at Portsmouth to-day en route
THE STATE TRADE.
The official returns of the board ol
of trade show that the imports and
exports of the United Kingdom foi
the month of July have been increas
ed nearly seven million psunds ster
ling over those of the eamo month
last year. This fact is looked upon a !
one o [ the- most capering character
showing that the revival of trade con
LONDON , August 10 1 a. m.-
Adviccu from Candahar up to Fri
day night state that Ayoob Khan'i
army wai within sight. The city wa
fully prepared for defence , and * a
fully supplied with prorender. The
stock of cattle was short , but there
wes provisions enough to enable Col.
St John fo hold out for at least one
month. Nothing was known of the
reported fa1 ! of Charaan , the latest
news from that placa being down to
TORY MURHURS ,
In the house of commons last ev
ening Lord Hartington announced
that the Indian government had re
solved to withdraw nil its troops from
Cabul. This step has not been taken ,
his lordship caid , in consequence of
the late disaster ; it had been resolved
before that calamity took place , and it
had the full endorsement of Gen.
Stewart. Lord Hartington added
that ho had no information reEpccting
the reported capture of C fcaajan.The
statements oT Lord Harfington were
recsived with murmura of disap
probation from the opposition benches.
1IOME RULERS I1T COUNCIL.
There was a grand demonstration of
home rulers at Liverpool Sunday to
meet Paruell , who did not attend.
Mr. Commins , homo rule member of
parliament for Iloscommon , presided.
He and other speakers attacked the
the house of lords for rejecting the
BLOWING UP A CONSULATE.
The Greek consulate at Prizrend
was blown up by Bulgarians.
Special Diejiatclicj to Tils Bir.
KAVLES , August 10 , 1 a. m. A
prisoner , a Corsican , haa starved him
self to death , after fasting thirty days.
CARICATURIST EXPf LLED.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
PARIS , August 10 , 1 a. m. Mr.
Hickey , the editor of the American
aubjects , in the legitimist comic
paper , the Triboulet , published in this
city , has bean expelled from France.
The French government lias in
formed Greeca that she can not give
the thirty thousand rifles previously
SpecUl Dispatch to The Bee.
LDNDON , August 10 , 1 a. m A
dispatch from Bombay says there are
large gatherings of'tribesmenbetween
Khojak and Candahar. The natives
report tlmt Ayoob Khan haa 20COO
men encamped at Argandak , but that
dissensions are rife.
SITTING DOWN ON OBSTRUCTION.
Speeiil Dispatch to The Fee.
LONDON , August 10,1 a. m. Mr.
O'Donnell ha ? protested against the
Irish members of the house of com
mons avenging the rejection of the
Irish compensation bill , by the house
lords , by obstructing the commons ,
Mr. O'Donnell has resigned the pres
idency of the home rale confederation.
Special disjiatch to THE BEE.
BOSTON , August 10 1 a. m. Jar-
r ! ° r ? ? Wvatf SMtsbury , Mass. ,
shot ; md killed Same lirovcvouy
night , putting four balls into her
head. Ho then fired fired seven shots
into his own breast , inflicting fatal
Pacific Hailroad Scheme.
Sjiccl.il Dispatch to The Bee.
MONTREAL , August 10 1 a. m. A
special cable dispatch from London
states that the mission of the Cana
dian ministry Is likely-to bo success
ful. The favorable reports have had
a very beneficial effect hero , the stock
market showing a laige advance all
around. The government scheme is
to hand over the building of the Can
adian Pacific railway to English capi
talists , they taking land in return for
their expenditures. This will bring
over S10D,000OCD of English capital
into the country and relieve the gov
ernment of a burden and enable them
to spend their money and energy on
A CHICAGO OUTLET.
A larger quantity of grain Is going
to Liverpool from Chicago via Mon
treal this year than over before.
Asiatic Cholera in Massachusetts.
Sihx-iM Dispatch to the liec ,
BOSTON , August 10,1 a. m. Mrs.
Louise Doyle , of Spencer , who has
enjoyed good health , was taken sick
Saturday and died within an hour.
Physicians in attendance declare it a
: aso of genuine Asiatic cholera.
Trial Trotting for 2:11. :
'pedal ' Dispatch to The Bco.
ROCHESTER , N. Y. , August 10 , 1 a.
m. Yanderbilt's phenomenal sorrel ,
"Maud S , wai driven for exercise on the
Rochester track yesterday , one milo
and repeat. It was not the intention
of Bair , her driver , to let her go faster
han'J'J5 , but she jogged along so
easily , and appeared so perfectly at
"lomo on the track thnt her first milo
was made in 2:23. She seemed restive
and anxious to do her best on the second
end mile , but Bair held' her down to
about the same gait till the last quar
ter. He had not much of an idea she
irould accomplish anything unusual ;
n fact , ho did not believe , when ho
reached the finish , that the mare had
done any better than frequently when
rotting for a purse. One of the sp3c-
tr.tora held an ordinary watch over her
and declared that the last quarter wai
rotted in 29 seconds. Capt. Stone ,
who has charge of the mare , declared
ler time to bo 32 ecconds , instead of
129 , as repotted. Miud S's driver
and groom assert that aho cm : trot four
itch quarters if the man holding the
ribbons would let Ler out. W. H.
Duble , of Philr.lelphia , thinks she
she will trotciiTlunxJay in 2:11 , and
saja GOD people are coming from Phil
adelphia to Boa her do it.
A U.'S. Railway Set Up Again.
Special Dispatch to TUB BKI.
LONDON , August 10 1 a. m. The
Standard says that the difficulties of
the Philadelphia and llaading rail
road will be'overcome by an assess
ment of $20 per share. It declares
thn liability of shareholdersunlimitod.
There is cousideiable property safe to
meet all bond interest.
Killol toy Mlstafee.
Special DUpatch to The L'e
NASHVILLE , Tenn. , August 10 1 p.
m. Calvin Winsted , colored , shot
and killed his brother , Ed. Winstcd ,
minister in Williamson county , Sun
day , having mistaken him for a bur
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
WASHINGTON , August 9 , 10 p. m ,
The President has appointed Wm
Bridge postmasterat Long Island City
Queens county , N. Y. The poatmas
ter general issued an order to-dsy t <
establish free delivery service at Mer
iden , Conn. , from September Is
A FELON'S FALLACY.
McDonald's Masterly Missile
of Malice Misses its
His Statements Contradicted
by Revenue Officials and
Special Dispatch to The Bee
WASHINGTON , August 10 1 a. m.
Ex-Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Douglass , who still resides hen prac
ticing lawuwas interviewed yesterday
by a reporter , touching McDonald's
alleged whisky ring disclosure } . Doug
lass said ho had not read it , but the
abstract published here yesterday
morning was shown him , which ho
read carefully. After reading it he
said : "Well , all I have to say is this ,
touching all and singular , the allega
tions concerning myself , they are a
batch of lies , from A to Z. The
truth is , I never liked McDonald , and
he knew I did not like his face. He
dressed a good deal like a gambler. I
once spoke to Columbus Delano about
McDonald , and told him frankly ,
while I had no reason to believe he
was dishonest , I did not like his looks
or flashy styla. 'Oh'Delano said , 'I
know he dresses rather loud , but that
is the custom in the west' " I don't
balieve , said Douglass , that Gen.
Grant knows anything about the
whisky ring. I do know that McDon
ald waa an oflicer ih the army , and
as such Grant met him. Grant's
friendship for him grow out of this ac
quaintance. I know that McDonald
had Grant's confidence , but only from
the fact that he waa an old army
friend , and not from any connection
Grant had , directly or indirectly , with
the whisky ring. Had I for a moment
entertained any suspicion McDonald
was dishonest , I should have dismiss
ed him at once , and I know Grant
would have stood by me.
Deputy Commissioner of Internal
Revenue Rodgera , who is likewise de
scribed in McDonald's book as having
a guilty knowledge of the existence of
the whisky ring , vigorously denies the
allegation. "I do know thi , how
ever , " ho said ; "that I had organized
a corps of revenue agents to go to St.
Louis to look after supposed frauds ,
and McDonald found it out in some
way before the expedition started ,
and for this reason it was abandoned.
I testified to this fact in St. Louis at
McDonald's trial , and after I had done
so McDonald said to me : 'I don't
think you treated me fairly in your
testimony to-day. ' To this I replied :
'I hive told the truth and discharged
my duty as a public oflicer and as a
witness. ' " Rodgers is6 _ itisBed that
McDonald had-tjurceiTof "Information
which kepbhlm advised of the inside
movements of the revenue oflico , but
SooV&3 n'unihed ' ! the "formation ho
Col. Joyce , who Is mentioned in
McDonald's book , was revenue agent
in Missouri , and is now , ana has been
for several years , a quiet citizen of
Georgetown. He was as much sur
prised as anybody at McDonald's
statements. Col. Joyce remarked to
day that under the circumstancs it
would bo a great comfort to him to
have the § 250,000 which McDonald
says he got. He would then fvcl easy
with regard to financial matters ; but
as ha did not get that , or any other
sum , he did not seem to attach any
great amount of credit to McDonald's
Special dtprmtcl to The Bee.
NEW YOUK , August 9 The damage
from the fire on the Birquo Niclaux
loaded with naptha is estimated at
WASHINGTON , August 9. The Natl
board of health has received advices
from Havana reporting 200 cases of
yellow fever in that city.
ATLANTA , Ga. , August 9. The
deadlock in the atato convention con-
; inues. The convention was called to
irder at 10 a. m. and the first ballot
leingtho 2Gth reeulted as follows :
Jolquoit 20S 23 30 , Lister G2 17-30 ,
Harderaan 531 , Gartuck 14i Lawson 3
CINCINNATI , 0. , August 9. Joseph
Menninger , a ed nine years , was eeri-
ausly , if not fatally , shot by John
BonlticT'in Covinglon , Ky. , this
morning. The shooting is supposed
o have been accidental.
PARIS , August 9 M. Hyacintho
Didot , brother of Ambrose Firmen
Didet , the Paris publisher and book-
oiler , is dead.
CLEARFIELD , Pa. , August 9. Ex-
Gov. AVm. Biglcr died this morning
, t 9 o'clock.
YOUNGSTOWN , 0. , August 9. Clara
Havre , a prostitute , committed suicide
hero on Sunday morning , takinc two
ounces of laudanum.
CUICACO , Aiigmt 9. A Iiro broke
out at 10 o'clock this morning In the
ales building , in South Canal street.
The loss ia estimated at § 20,000.
CUICAOO , August 9. Right Rev.
Bishop Fallows preached yesterday
at St. John's Reformed Episcopal
church "What ho learned
on may re-
igiously from Dr. Tanner's fast. "
[ lev. Irving A. Searles , at the South
Side Christian church , preached on
Christ's forty days'fast. "
MOREYSTOWN , Teun. , August 10.
Dan Potter has been convicted for the
murder of McMahon , near Newport ,
two years ago. He was sentenced to
hang on the 17th of September.
READIKO , Pa. , Aogurt 10. Senator
Wm. A. Wallace opened the demo
cratic camr/sign in this city yesterday.
He addressed a large audience in the
court house on the issues of the day.
WASHINGTON , August 10. The sec
retary of war says that he expects to
dispose of the case of Cadet Whitta-
ker within a week.
LONDON , August 10. A disp'atch
from Athens sajs that Turkish do-
Eorlera are joining the Greeks at Pat-
William Henry H. Kingston , the
novelist , h dead.
Jean Eugene Hortense Busch ,
Spanish dramatic author , died it
Madrid at the age cf 74.
LOUISVILLE , Ky. , August 10. Fiv
thousand dollars woith of tobacco wai
burned at Havsolle , Ky. , Sundaj
night in a warehouse.
WASHINGTON , August 10.Tin
board of army officers on the codifica
tion of army rules has adjourned fo ;
tea dap ; . In the meantime , Gen ,
Augur goes to his command in th
* outb , and Gen. Hancock ia relieve *
duty in that department. The secre
tary of war has returned from hit
inspection of the Atlantic posts , and
report them in good order.
Rachel Johnson , a servant , want to
sleep in a third story window Sunday
night , fell out and was killed.
Special dispatch to THE BKS.
CHICAGO , August 9 10 p. m.
Gen. Sher.dau has received the fol
lowing telegrams :
END OF TRACK , D. T. , Aug. 6.
To Kn.iglta , AdjaUai-Otncral , St. Paul :
A party of five men , eaid to be In
dians , ran off a herd from a grader's
camp , five miles west of my camp ,
last night. Notrlan was promptly
sent in pursuit , only about fotir hours
behindj The etcttk has : all "been re *
covered , and Nowlan Is still in pur
suit. There is considerable doubt in
my mind whether the raiding party
were reilly Indians. Last night four
mules were stolen from the Green
River camp by white men. The
mules were recovered , and one of the
thieves captured. [ Signed ]
Major Fifth ctvvalry.
Public liebt Explanation.
Special dispatch to The Bee %
WASHINGTON , August 10 1 a. m.
The treasury department is in receipt
of frequent letters cilling attention
to the apparent discrepancy in the
statement of the amount of the pub
lic debt on June 30th. AB shown by
the monthly debt statement and by
the analysis of the public debt since
l&oO , recently issued by the depart
ment , the principal for the debt is sta
ted in both correctly as $2,120,415-
370.05 , but in the monthly statement
the debt , loss cash in the treasury , in
cludes accrued interest amounting to
$23,845,547.59. The analysis pur *
ports to be a statement showing only
tiio principal dobt.
CLEVELAND , 0. , August 9 10 p. m.
Gen. Garfield and party arrived at
Cleveland at 4:45 : p. m. yesterday ,
having left Chatauqua in the morning
by a special train on the New York ,
Pennsylvania and Ohio railroad. At
Jamestown , If. Y. , Carey , Pa. , and
Warren , Ohio , the general made
speeches , and at every station along
the line crowds of people stood
around the train to catch a sight of
Garfield. At Solon , the train stopped
long enough for GarSeld to shake
hands with a little gathering of farm
ers. His sister Mary also , who is
married and lives at Solon , came to
the train to meet him. Brother and
sister conversed for a few moments ,
and thn train again moved on with
the general on the rear platform wav
ing hia broad-brimmed hat. Coming
through the manufacturing district of
Cleveland the general stood on the
rear platform and greeted the hun
dreds of workiugmen , who were as
sembled at points along tin- track ,
cheering and waving hats. After }
waiting hero a few hours ho returned
bilityho will leave'tonignflljoYv } fi :
lumbua to attend the soldiers' reunion.
A Mother's Murder.
Speelil Dispatch to The Bee
ATLANTA , Ga. , August 10 , 1 a. m.
A little boy in Butts county pass
ing through through the woods found
the body of a little child severel
months old with the head entirely
severed from the body and the ekull
crushed. The murderer is supposed
to ba the motherof the child , a young
girl highly connected. She has ab
sconded with a young man who has
been very intimate with hor.
Special dispatch to TUB Bxi.
DETROIT , Mich. , August 9 10 p.
m. Doctors Payne and Buchanan ,
the Philadulphians , about whom so
much ha bean said in the matter of
bogus Philadelphia diplomas , are now
in this city , whither their fame had
preceded them , and are endeavoring
to form a state eclectic society and es
tablish ono of their peculiar colleges.
Even the quncks kick about them and
Special dispatch to The Bee
NASHVILLE , Tenn. , August 10 1 a.
m. The convention of the demo-
ratic party of Tennessee will meet in
ho hall of the house of representa-
ivos at noon to-day to nominate a
andidato for governor. It will be
ailed to order by John W. Chudreas ,
r. , chairmatn of the state executive
lomrnlttee , and will be in session two
lays and probably three.
Big- Fire in a Coal Mine.
Special Dispatch to Tee Bee.
SUENANDOAU , Pa. , August 10 , 1 a.
m. Since the death of three men
'rom whits damp recently in the gang
way of the Kelley Run colliery ,
Messrs. Thomas & Co. , of Phihdol-
> hia , have endeavored to force the
nside of the workings of all foul air.
Che coal eiri , however , in the old
breista kept generating white damp ,
and Su. day spontaneous combustion
, ook p-CJ ! , so.ting fire to the mam
moth vo'i. . Ecora the fire can be ex-
tingui hed , if it ever will be , months
will elapse aad thous , nds of dollars be
expondeJ. The vc'n is from sixty to
seventy feet ( hck , and if followed ,
nd should sprezd , arm of COE ! un
derneath the twn of Shenandoah
will be stt on fire. Minors hvo gone
elsowhorj to look for work. The
uulca and wcgoni have ell been
loistod. Tnis case of sountaneo s
combustion will interest cjllieiy-owa-
era and scient'fic men in tl ! parts of
.ho world. This is the only colliery
: hat contains white damp in this s.c-
; ion of the coil-fields. It is owing to
the tilling up of two old breasts with
coal dirt , mixed with clay , and this
reruse generated this peculiar death-
Ge rgla Bulldog Bourbons.
EpccUl Dispatches to Till Bo.
ATLANTA , August 10,1 a. m. The
quiet and trcnquiliziag effect of the
Sabbath felled to hcrtnoniza the de
mocracy of Georgia yesterday. The
Colquitt crowd stcod as a "reck of
ages , " and the opposition .3 defiant as
Gibralter. The convention met at 10
o'clock. A Colquitt delegate from
Thomas county spoketssome to-night ,
advocating a compromise , and advised
the dropping of Colquitt and to take
any other good man not now before
the convention. No one being named ,
he voted for Colquitt on the next bal
lot. Mr. Patterson , of Ribb , apokf
in the same attain , offering to with
draw and forward any gcod democrat
but all to no avail. Colquitt and anti
Colquitt are getting dispatches nrglni
them to aland by their factions , ani
offering to eend relief when they iir <
out. The end ia not yet.
THE GORGED GLUTTON
Enormous Quantities of Solids
and Liquids Devoured
His Stomach Already Expanding -
ing to "Bay-Window"
Lucrative Lecture Engage
Special Dispatch to The BtC. r * *
NEW YORK'August 0. 4p7ni.
Dr. Tanner is reported in good con
dition having gained nine pounds
in weight since Saturday noon and
having eaten twelve pounds of solids
and three watermelons. Ho has an
offer of § 2,700 to deliver ten lectures
on the Pacific slope. To-day ho
walked out for exercise and to attend
to some businesd.
Illimitable Bill of Faro.
Special dispatch to TUK Bin.
NK > V YOKE , August 10,1 a. m. Dr.
Tanner is recuperating wonderfully ,
and his eyes are bright , and his skin a
healthy hue. Ho ate oix oysters at 2
p. m. , and live minutes later drank two
glasses of milk and ono of wine. At
3:40 : moro wine was consumed , and
again at 3:50 : ho drank a ghs3 of milk.
At 5 p. m. he ate half a pound of beef
steak and drank eight ounces of milk.
Ho continued to eat and drink
throughout the evening.
Anotner Mysterious Murder.
Special dispatch to Tlio Fee.
OYSTER BAY , L. I. , August 10,1 a.
m. Sunday morning a man employed
on the farm ofThomaaF. Underbill ,
at Locust Valley , discovered tha body
of .1 decapitated man In the Muttcn-
scock , near Peacocks point , on Long
Island Sound. The body was of a
respectable dressed man , about forty-
fire years old , afid considerably do-
composed. He was found at a dis
tance of ten feet from the public high
way. Hia beard was iron gray and
matted with blood and from appear
ance ! it sesmcd that the head had
been separated from , the body with an
axe. The man hastened to Oyster
Bay for the purpose of notifying the
coroner. News of the discovery
caused the greatest of excitement hero
[ t is evident that the body laid in the
woods for many days , as it was much
decomposed and omitted an offensive
odor. It n generally believed that
the man was murdered. About three
weeks ago a boat containing three men
was rowed to a point near whore the
bo < i7 was found. There was no larg
er vessel in the vicinity at the time
and probably for this reason the boat
was particularly noticed. The three
we it ou shore and were absent about
which they came. T
is connected with the dfsco jry , al
though the men are not known and so
far as ascertained there is no clue that
can lead to their identification. No
weapon was found near the body , and
strict inquiry among persons living in
the vicinity has failed to elicit information
mation that throws any light on the
tragedy. The remains were brough
here for interment and an inquest ,
will bo hold to-day and a moat search
ing investigation will bo started. Now
York and Brooklyn detectives have
already been sot to work on the case
and the recor-ls of the police depart
ments of each city are being thor
oughly searched for men who have
been reported missing. The.o aio
thos ? who aflirm that they recognize
the features of the dead man as those
of a person who some wcoks ago can
vassed the country socking music
pupils. He represented himself at
the time as a proficient and highly ed
ucated artist , and was earnest in his
efforts , though they were rewarded
with no success.
Interview With Bayard ,
ipeclal Diipatch to The Ccc.
PROVIDENCE , August 10 , 1 a. m.
On Sunday a representative of the
Morning S'ar ' called on Senaior
Bayard at Oakland Beach , a summer
esort a few miles from hero , and iu-
erviewed him with the following ro-
ult : Referring to the present state
of sfFtirs at the South the senator
aid that the use of the expression
'sectional animosity" was out of place
it the present time. That what the
people want is , not quarreling and
trifcjbut that northern capital should
come among them and purchase fieir
"ands. That while in individual in
stances much of the old bitterness
might bu found , the cases wore iso-
" .atsd and did noi express the general
ontimont of the popi lation. The
i'iting that hra occasionally taken
) lac8 during the last few years be
tween mllita'.y organizations of the
country , thoserator egardedcs tend-
"ng to form lies cf friendship , strong
enough to res ; t all efforts to sever
hem that could forcibly La put forth
by any poliiical te icmers of whatever
stamp. The desola ! id condition oi
ho South at the clo" 3 of the war , with
the failure of crcps fcrsovcral seasons ,
md the consequent financial downfall
of many who emigrated to that see
ion , the senator thought combined tc
create , in some measure , the politica' '
situation which was prevalent there
'or a long time. Msny o
those who invested money in
that section did ? \\lihout realizing
that experience Is neco'sary to the
Ruocessful produLiion of crops , par
ticularly so in re * ard to the culture ol
iQtton , and with ruin staring them in
the face , engagei in politics for the
sake of something bottur to do , thus
becoming carpet baggers. Although ,
said the senator , there were undoubt
edly some who went into that country
for the express puipoae of filling their
satchels with p&htical gain. In re-
ard to the coming campaign , Senator
Jayard referred de'ic.lely to the fact
of hs : prominent identification with
one of the great parties in the strug
gle , and said it was too early to pre
dict with any degree of certainty , as
to the result. However , said he , there
is a growing fesling of confidence
among the members of the party with
which I cm connectoJ such as has
never before been felt. In epaaklng
of Gen. Hancock's nomination , th
senator rafoired to Hancock's leltei
to Gen. Sherman in complimentary
terms , and said it is evidence of grea
breadth of comprehension. Refjninj
to Tilden'a popular vote ii
1876 , he though that'frou
present appearances it was posiibl
Gen. Hancock would develop even
greater strength. In speaking of the
electoral collegetho senator expressed
an opinion that , as at present , he
said , It is rather a cumbersome piece
of machinery , because elections are
practically for popular votes , ho did
not think it likely that the circum
stances attending the last election
would be repeated , since , in view of
their experiences , elestors would not
dare disobey the choice indicated by
the votes of the people. The general
unity and confidence of the democratic
party throughout the country were
particularly referred to as being f\vor- (
able to succe3.
MARKETS 151 TELEGRAPH.
New York Money ana Stock.
, Nxwr YORK , August 9 , 1:30 p.m.
MONEY Loucr at 2 ] < rcent ; e\chaiifeatcxdy ;
USG's of ' 81 . 1045 New 4's . 109 ?
CurrrDcyG'a . 125
Actt\c ; ilc incil J to 1 I > CT cent
wiih tlio exception of KeulingMhidi fell'off 2 ?
Deny. & UioGramlg 71 } Northwestern 90 ?
Ceo. P 951 Northwtstcrn pfd. 123
ASP Tel 40 N.I' . 35
Lacksanna kVf. . 8"tj If. P. jrfil 5'i
D&H S1J Ohiupted 74J
Erie 43 WYU 130 }
St.Joe 3 J Jf J Central 7oJ
St Joci.fd 74 ? llcndint ; 211
lake Shorn IPS } W , St J.&Ppfd. . . 71
1C 71J C.C.C.tl 17
I.M 50 Mich.Central a :
Quicksilver Ill Illinois 112
at r. amiOmilu.S5J IltliUon SO
St P.andO. pfJ. . . 82 U.I' 9
St. Paul jjDl Ohio 33
St. Paul ffil Ill Pacific M.iil 4H
R.J _ 114t WStL&r Ill
Kr rp . ME I .
t > * * > * > * > * oO
CHICAGO , August 0.
The markets for cereals and hog
producle were less active , but with
out material changes in value.
Wbcat No. 2 spring closed at 88c
for cash or August ; 8Cg@SGjc for
September ; 8Cic for October ; 85 | sel
ler for the year.
Corn No. 2 closed at 35f@35j for
cash , August , September or October.
Oats No. 2 closed at 23c cash ;
23c for August ; U2o for September.
Rye No. 2 sold nt CGc.
Barley Nothing doing.
Whisky Steady at § 1 09.
Pork mess closed at § 14 5015 00
for cash : $ M SOforSeptember ; 815 40
© 15 57 * for October ; 1115@1117
Lard Closed at $7 35 for cash or
August ; 87 35@7 37 for September.
Chicago Live Stock.
CHICAGO , August 9.
logs Active at 510c per lOOlb
il her ; Bales wore at § ! 90@5 05 for
ight packing and shipping ; § 4 GO ©
i 00 for heavy packing ; 54 70@5 20
for giod to choice , smooth assorted
Cattle With only light receipts of
native cattle , the market for this des
cription ruled steady and firm at Sat
urday's figures ; the receipts- Texan
steers being largo the market was
dull and wealc , and prices if anything
x shade lower ; the quality nf part of
would campnte tavcraolj ftrartrjfw-j. . '
nl ! nb tint arrived last -week ; sales
rars'nj ; § 4 10@4 50 for fair to good
shipping , and Si CO for an cztra
drove of shipping Leoves for exporta
tion. Receipts , 2,77G.
New York Produce Market.
NEW YORK , August 9.
Wheat Spring , strong ; winter , | @
ic belter and fairly active ; sales No.
I white , September , § 1 08 | ; No. 2
ingraded red , 1 ODi@l 09.J ; Si 091
or September ; § 1 09- for October.
Corn ] c better and fair business ;
mixed western spot , 45348ie ; do , fu
ture , -ISiOoOic.
Oats Wes'tern , 384Gc.
Beef Unchanged ; trade light ;
new plain mees , § 9 50 ; new extra do ,
§ 10 00.
Pork Strong ; new mess , 1437i.
Lsrd Higher and firm ; rendered ,
Butter Quiet and choice firm ;
Ohio at 24@25c.
Cheese Very firm at 8llc for
poor to choice.
Eggs Steady at 12@13c for fair to
at. LtOUla Produce.
ST. Louis , August 9.
Flour Firm and unchanged.
Wheat Higher ; No. 2 red , 92g ®
92gc for cash ; 92@92gc for Auguot ;
90@89j00c | for September ; 8990
@ 89jo for October ; 89g@89.Jc for tha
year ; No. 3 do , 8GJ@88c ; No. 4 do ,
Corn Lower ; 34@33jc for cash ;
33gc for August ; 34 ® 34c for Sep
tember ; 33ic October.
Data Lo'wor ; 22c for cash ; 22 ®
22c for August ; 22f c for September.
Kjo Slow at GOc bid.
Butter Quiet and unchanged ,
Esgs Quiet and unchanged.
WhirLjr Steady at SI 08.
Pork Quiet at $15 25.
Dry salt meats Strong ; S4 90 ,
$7 50@7 75 for summer meats.
Bacon Firm and higher ; $5 75 ,
§ 8 45G8 75.
Lard Nominal at § 7 25.
Receipts * lour 10,000 brls , wheat
153,000 bu , corn 77,000 ba , oats 22- ,
000 bu , rye 2030 bu.
Shipments-Flour 15,000 brls.wheat
211CQObu , , corn 40OCO bu , oats 12-
030 bu , barley 10CO bu.
St. LiOUlS Llvo Stock.
ST. Loi'is , August 9.
Hogs Active and hiijiipr ; Yorkers
and Baltiraores , § 4 80 1 DO ; pack
ing , S4G52495 ; butchers' lo fancy ,
§ 5 00@515. Receipts , 40,000 head ;
chipmenlfl , 1100 head.
and Sutler Conferring.
Spcdftl dispatch to The Iko.
NEW YORK , August 10 1 a. m.
Senator Conklinc ; arrived hero yester
day morning and quartered himself in
; he rooms vacated by Gen. Garfield
on Saturday , at the Fifth Avenue ho
tel. Gen. Ben Butler visited him and
remained in conversation with him
[ or nearly two hours. Conkling eenl
a message to the hotel office during its
continuance to say to all inquiries concerning
corning him that he was not in. Al
the termination of the interview
Conkling visited the republican atati
Special dispatch to The Bee.
COLUMBCS , 0. , August 10 1 a. m ,
Everything is reunion. The clt ]
is one jam of paople ; the decoration
are profuse and many quite elaborate
The cipitol Is lighted by electric light
The president and Gen. Saerman ar
rive this morning at 6 o'clock. EJ
cursiona will bring 30,000 people hei
to-day , as railroad men estimate.
THE LATEST NEWS ,
The Very Latest Tele
grams , up to 4 p , m.
The Chief of the Oklahoma Haid
ers Tamed Over to the U ,
S , Marshal ,
Frightful Railroad Wreck ,
Without Loss of Life ,
Near Martinsville , O.
Arrest'of the Officers of the
"Garland'Tor Kunning Down
the "Mamie , "
Special Dispatch to Tim Bre.
WASHINGTON , August 9 i p. m ,
The war ollico haa received the follow
CHICAGO , August 7,18SO.
To Adjutant-General , Washington , D. C. :
Commanding Oflicer Caldwell tele
graphs through the department of the
Missouri that Payne and five associ
ates leave to-day under proper g d
for Ft. Smith , Arkansas , there to be
turned over to the United States mar
shal for the western district of Arkan
sas. Those captured with Payne , who
did not belong to the first parly captured -
tured , have been released.
[ Signed ] P. H. SiiEKiiuy ,
Special Dispatch to The Bco.
Ciyci.vNATi , 0. , August 9 4 p. m.
Near Martinsville , Ohio , yesterday ,
a freight train on tha M. & C. railroad
w\d : ditched. Four loaded coal cars
were mashed into kindling-wood and
the tender into n shapeless mass , and
one box car was badly wrecked. Tha
track was torn up and the road bed
plowed out for several rods. No one
Arrested for Manslaughter.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
DETROIT , August 9 4 p. m. Pilot
Buell and Capt. Geo. D. Horn , of
the steamer "Garland , " which ran
down the "Mamie" on the Detroit
river , drowning seventeen persons ,
have , at the conclusion of the inquest ,
been arrested for manslaughter. They
were promptly bailed.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
loujfGSTOWF , O. , August 9 3 p. m.
The safe of Lapp Bros , and Millers ,
dry goods merchants and wool buyers ,
of Petersburg , Mahoning county , was
blown open on Saturday. Five hun
dred dollars in cash , and checks call-
yjc ; for five hundred ciors were taken.
. - - nfft ,
Spec' * ! Di r t to Tha titv ,
: < 'r. Dt.- , Texas , Au tist 9 4. p.
P. T-ib i . jwing dispatch has been
received by the assistant adjutant at
San Antonio :
On the 30th nit. the mail driver and
ono man going west were both killed
about eight miles west of Eagle
Springs. Tneir two mules were also
killed and the mail bag cut to piece * .
The bodies of the men were brought
into Eagle Springs , and the funeral
took place to-day.
( Signed ) FORD , Command'g.
Special Dispatch to The Bcc.
SARATOGA , August 9,10 p. m. The
programme for the race to-day com
prised four events. Firat race , a milo
and furlong , purse § 350 for three-
year-olds , was won by Elias Law
rence , Turfman second and Claren
don third ; time , 201 ; } . The second
race was for a purse of § 500 , a handi
cap for all agea , of which S1CO went
to second , entrance free , one'mile
nd five furlongsw.-w won by Gabriel ,
ith Smartiu second , Jilbict third ;
me , 2:54. :
The third ovenb was for a purse of
350 for all ages , entrance free , and
amateur rider , mile and sixty
ards , was won by Xingcroft , with
10 Stranger second and Frank Shoit
iird ; time , 1:52. :
Fourth race , purao of $300 for
maidens , two-year-old , three-quar-
ere ot a milowas won by Springfield ,
[ abel second , Catalpn third ; time ,
Race Between a Bear and a Plff.
Bears must bo very plentiful in the
icinity of Ilwaco. One was shot on
londay last back of the Aberdeen
: anneiy ; and Captain Gray informs
a that when ho and Mr. Loomis the
ther day emerged from the portage
m the weather beach , a ftno boar of
ibout 300 pounds wti chasing a good-
ilzed hog. Tboy halted their team to
itncjs the race , that soon became so
xciting tbst Loomis offered to bet tha
icar would win. As the bsar waa
joomh'favorit ? , Captain Gray had no
ihoicc but to back the pig , which ho
did. Their presence did not disturb
he contestants in the least. Piggy
eery cleverly doubled on bruin , bul
bear gained on hm , and the porker
made for the rocks which put out al
, ha foot of thepastaga , and hero com
menced a regular dodge game , which
gave the pig a ch ace to recover hij
wind. Ho could dodge and turn
\ nicker than tbo bear , which began to
how signs of fatigue , taking ulvan
: age of which the pig mc.do a breal
nto the thick brush , saving bu life
and winning the wager for the captain
As the travelers had no aims bruic
retired in safety , tl-onch Loomi
wanted voiy much to kill him foi
n-king him lose his bet.
A Donkey's Deep Grief.
Homer Mining Index.
Newspapers have often told stonei
about the affection that dogs , horse ;
and other animals have for each otherj
but wo have never heard of a jackaai
being accused of any such tender sen
timents. It is now our dmy to record
the faithful love one donkey had for i
companion who htJ shared his lot foi
BO long. Laat week W. D. Wassoi
went out to Tioga district on a pros
pecting expedition , taking two jacs
along to pack his blankets , toola am
provision ; . In coming down th
mountain one of the long-eared freigh
transporters fell over a precipice an
broke his neck. The other frightene
the birds and the conlea in their bui
rowa with the sound of hia lament ;
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
Wholesale and Eetail
AKD PRACTICAL WATCH-MAKERS.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Goods sent to any part of the United States on
solicitation. Largest assortment of
SILVERWARE , CLOCKS & SPECTACLES ,
And everything found generally in a flrst-
class Jewelry Store.
BEST SELECTED STOCK IN THE CITY !
Jewelry manufactured on short notice. Orders from
the Country solicited. IVlicnln Omalia call nzid see us , No
trouble to shoAv Goods.
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
The Jewelers , Opposite thcPostoflice , 15th & Dodge.
Hare signed Ihe fulloiciwj remarkable paper , the signatures o/ic/iicA c n lie sein
at our office ; Messrs. iSEABUHY tfc JOlUfSOX , Jl 2'latttit. , jVeic York.
"Fur the past few years we have sold variousbranda of Porous Plasten.
Physicians and the Public prefer
1 BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER'
to all olhen.
Wo consider them ono of tha very few reliable household remedies worthy of
confidence. Then ure sit rwr to all other I'orous Plasters or Medicinis for
tloiis. Mr. Wasson trloi to coax the
riof-alricken mountain barge away ,
but the donkey only lifted up his voice
and wept , and would not bo com
forted. Then he essayed to drive
with sticks and stones the noisy beast
from the scene of hia lament. But
drive he would not. The donkey remembered -
mombered heir he and hii beloved
companion had foraged together from
handy clothes-lines ; had in friendship
masticated fenco-posta and section * of
barb-wire , and had contentedly nib
bled such tender morsels as old gunny
sacks and cast-off overalls , or had as
suaged keen hunger with old boots
and oyater cans , and could not be in-
dued to leave the spot. Then the
cruel maator beat him terribly , still
hia grief nerved him to obstinacy. The
master felled two or three large trees
on his back , but to no purpose. Final
ly the master in despair took the pack
off and loft him with his dead. The
last seen of him ho was eating the
cropping of a quartz ledge and weep
ing for hia friend.
Now Pa tents.
TVjjtiTTvrtnv. Anon7. iroSJowltoe
vcntora of Iowa and NerMnMa , v j
> aat TTCsk :
lo. . . . .
E. IT. Doescher , Homestead , auto
D. Drummond , Dubuque , uhoe-
A. J. Millard , Sioux City , box-
W. Warren , Sao City , rain-water
J. Craic ? , Sohuyler , tread-mill.
J. H. Reed , Cowles , penmanship
J. B. Wait , Buffalo ccunty et al. ,
ceding mechanism operator.
A Chicago Blaze.
CHICAGO , August 9 1:30 : a. m. A
fire broke out at 12:30 : this morning in
the four-story brick building , 55 and
> 7 Canal street , occupied in the first
story by the Garden City dhtillery
company , in the second story by M.
G. Nichols it Co. as a furniture lac-
; ory , and in the upper story by sev
eral small factories. It was still
ruining at this date , and the loss cm-
not bo ascertained.
Undoubtedly the best shirt In the
United States is manufactured at the
Omaha Shiit Factory. The superiority
of Material and workmanship , com
bined with their great Improvements ,
that is Reinforced fronts , Reinforced
backs and Reinforced sleeves , makes
their shirt the most durable and best
fitting garment of the kind , ever
manufactured. Read the following
low prices :
Our Fine White Shirt ] ? 135 150
OurKxtraFin " 175 200
Our Impelled Cheviot ehlrta 2 50 2 75
Our " Penanic " 255 275
Our " ' Cheviot 17tt 200
( Thcic arc made on white bodies )
Our Imported Penanifind Clic-
> Kil wiihcollarJ attached , also
on White Bodies ISO 200
Als ) a fine workin ? shirt for 125.
None but Wamautta Muslin and
best Linens used.
The above prices Include Laundry-
ing , a discount allowed when otherwise
An additional 25 ccnta is charged
when made to order.
Omaha Shirt Factory , 1207 Farnham
street , near 12th street.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION LINE
Connects With Street Cars
Corner cf SAUNDERS anil HAMILTON
STREETS. ( End of Red Line ) as follows :
LEAVE OMAIIA :
6SO , * 3:17 : ndll 13a m .3:03.5:37and723p.ni ,
LEAVE FORT OMAHA :
7:15 : a m. . 9:15 a. in. , and 12:15 p. m.
* 4CO : , 6:15 and 8:15 : p. ro.
"Tho 3:17 . m run , leatln ; omaha , and th (
4:00 p. m tun , leaving Fort Omaha , are uanallj
loaded lo fu'I ' capacity with rcfnaUr jmetngtm ,
The 6:17 : a. m. ran will be made from the post
office , corner of llixlxa and 15th inrehta.
Tlckela caii be procured from ttreet car driv
er ? , or from dilters of hacks.
FAKE , 25 CENTS , INCLUDING STR E CAP
THE ONLY PUCE WHERE YOI
can flnd good lagortmeDt ol
BOOTS AND SHOE !
At m LOWER PIGTJRE than a
any other ihoe house In tha city.
P. LANG'S ,
236 FARNHAM ST.
. LADIES' & GENTS
1 SHOES MADE TO ORDEH
d < p Tfert flt gcir nttrd. Tilers. vrrreaBt
TjlOR A FUiis tsjumtr.tiVK front , Dooi
JC counter. Mantle , Stora fittfasr , Tesen
work ? o to 1510 Dodco Itrett , A. F. fcAf ERT
CO. , Boilderj. peei-wi-Ur
LIST OF LETTEKS
remaining in the Omaha postoffics
for the week ending August 7 :
AUshner 0 Allen J V
AclairB Amos Mr
Anderson C W "Unmforil RIi
Iiroi.tr A , T
IkaTlCW Carney J T
Conroy T Cumniing G C
Clark D L Clark MH
Contbie J Caltermole RevE G
Cook C II Crockett A G"
Carlson C Cline A W
Clement WL 3 Cooper FG
Pemnsey T Diirsey HH
Dickinson WE DeFIeixh F
Evera AV Ewinjf W L
Ecley C C Fourman C
FrohmH Fletcher G
Giilirim J Grove J A
HenneyE C Hartgrow J
Honslii < efc Vetus Hardy J
H.irimlim G A Hamfm J J
Huffman , T N
Johnston li Johnson I >
Jeffera IV T Jackion C
Keller W I Kennedy J
Lowry C G Lwphere M
Lira'Iav W P
Myere W 11 MtCa/xer T W
Mitchell H Mnrruun S I
JIaulhanU O MerrittNA
Neville J-2 Oliver S
Perkins C Panlson C
Phillips II RolHjrtsW
Rose E Itobertson H A
SteHinJ Stnxlmon P
StaarkF Stiles S D
Shownter J Smith J
Schwarz F Smith C C
Schimller J Teinpleton F F
Valentine A Watt J F
llueson W J Wright C C
Wakelin J WtMHlwm J T
Wirm E Woml C
Washburn AB Walker SG
Messn A Ohe & Co J Jansen & DDolmon
Anderson Sirs T 35ailey Miss J
LuckhoOIrsE UarberMra L
lieattyMisaFE Clayton Mis II
CorleyMr * Jt Conlon Mrs M.
ConantMra M A Delan.lMrsWH
DnmlyMlM A Drevesin lixi Ii AJ
Fitzgerald Annie Garvey MtM H
GrimMraD Jligginp Miss M A
Haney Ulrj Jt Huse Mrs
HuEman Mrs C Jnngberg Miss T
Johnson Mrj E Johuaon Miss ME 2
Kelly Mr F l iwery Miss M 2
Larfien Matilda Murphy Miiw A
Mitchell Miss A E McMahon Miwt C J
McCormick Jllsa G Mtinyon Mn M
JlcCInre Mias A Sloore Mrs M W
Altrtiu Miin A Meith Mn K K
Nelson Miw A L Peters Mfcw MA
Proctor Mrs Picket Mrs J
Kyrm MrsJL ntobcrUon Ella A
Stilwl MissM Snyiler Mrs
ShiMen Mrs Smith Mn 3
Sinitli Miss I Williams Miiw N
Willilon Misa E Wallace Mrs NK
TH03. F. HALL , Postmaster.
Storm signals arc now maintained
bv the government aluo the ocean
and lake coaat to give warning to our
commerce of the approaching storms.
At the first s:2ii3 of dangur from a
cold or cough use Dr. Thomas' Eclec-
'ric Oil ; it may save yon serious trou
ble. Its action is prompt and atia-
Why dose . -ourselves with nauseat
ing medicines , when a purely frnit
cathartic will euro yon at once Ham
burg i'iga. Try them.
Elegant accommodations , lowest
price , Astor House , N. Y. 14dim. .
D. D. KEE.1IEK ,
Wholesale Dealer In Foreign and Domett
Fruit , Batter , $ nr > . Poultry , 0 m , IHmf , Ba
con. Lard , Fran Flxh. and Ajent ( el BOOTH a
West t Fritcher , plaintiffs , against E.T.Wehnt.
Before Charles Bnndeti , Jmtlco cf tha Feicr , of
Omaha , Doazlai Co. . Neb.
On the 12th d y of Jnly. 1880 , iJ Jnrtice i -
gue < l an order of atuchm-nt In th IX > TB action
fortnosum$3a75. WKST& FKITCHEK.
Omaha. July 17'.h. 1880. _ Jyl9arni3
B. A. FOWUR. JAMU K. SCOTT.
FOWLER & SCOTT ,
DesljfM lor bnlldln of any discretion on
exhibition at anr office. W * bare tad orer TO
A. F. RAFERT & CO. ,
Contractors and Builders ,
Fl-a Wood-Tor ! : Specii'ty. '
Agents for the Encaustic Tiling
IO DODOS 87OJJAIU
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