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VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 , 1880. ETO. 63.
Established I87L MORNING EDITION. Price : vf ' ents
French Government Gains
a Triumph in the Ee-
The Jesuits Humbly Petitioning
That They May Educate ,
Succor aud Pray , But
Serious Cut Down of Time
Threatened in the Old-
- ' ham actories.
A Patent MoOiciQe Bcjat
In England Pro mites
a Big Thing.
An Englishman Claims to be
Ab'e to Inoculate Ani
AUSTRIAN AND PRUihIAN NEUTRALITY.
Special dispatch to The Bee.
LONDON , September 1 4 p. m.
It ia understood here that Prussia and
Austria have entered into an arrange
ment to maintain an attitude of passiveness -
iveness relative to the settlement of
the Turkish question. This indicates
serious division and possible ob-
trnction of the plans of the powers.
A Berlin dispatch says that , al
though it had been given out that it
was the wish of the government that
no demonstration should take place
this year on the occasion of the anni
versary of the victory of Sedan , which
occurs to-day , great preparations
throughout Germany for the celebra
tion have been made.
GRAND DUKE RETIRES.
A dispatch from St. Petersburg
says the retirement of Grand Duke
Nicholas from the command of the
Imperial guard is officially confirmed.
A telegram from the Hague says the
Queen of the Netherlands has been
delivered of a daughter.
TAFFYINQ THE GERMAN ARMY.
Special dispatch to Tbe Bee.
BERLIN , September 1 4 p. m.
The proclamation of the Emperor
William to the army to-d&y , which is
the anniversary of the battle of Sedan
in 1870 , expresses his con
fidence in the devotion and dis
cipline of the army , and that
they would form a solid support to the
country should circumstances of a
grave character ever arise to demand
the use of military force. The em
peror adds that he trusts Germany
may long bo spared such & necessity.
NEWS FROM ROME.
Special Dispatch to The Be.
LONDON , September 1 , 4 p. m
Cardinal Nina is pronounced convales
cent. He is going to Grotta Ferrati
for a change of air. Tbe propaganda
has decided to expend 500,000 lire to
establish a college at Malta for the
promotion of missions in Africa.
RUSSIA'S OIL WELLS.
Special Dispatches to The Bee.
ST. PETERSBURG , September 1
p. m. The working ot the petroleum
wells in Russia has so far proved en
tirely satisfactory , preventing or at
least largely diminishing orders for
< the American product.
.REORGANIZING THE TURKISH ARMY.
.Special Dlimtch to The Be * .
il LON ON , September 2 , 1 a. m. A
< Coostantinople dispatch slates that
Baker Pasha has been officially invited -
ed and hu commenced the reorgani
zation of the Turkish gendarmes.
Well informed correspondents aaj
that the Albanians hare renewed their
promises of allegiance to the sultan
and will fight to the last extremity for
the Integrity of the territory. They
are in a-higf ; state of excitement over
the threatened naval demonstration
of the powers , and if it is made will
openly take arm * to resist the claim
The reports of the intended visit of
the czar to Berlin are semi-onicially
REDUCING HOURS OF LABOR.
The Oldham limited companies ,
representing 200,000 spindles , have
decided that the state of tha cotton
itrade renders it advisable to lessen
production , resorting to short time.
A general meeting of the limi d com
panies and private spinners will bo
.held shortly to consider the matter.
"ZThe Irish land commisMut. Inve com-
onencod taking eviderc-
Prof. Louissiant cliims a discovery
toy which animals can be suceofsfully
Inoculated against plouro-pneumonia
and other diseases.
A Berlin dispatch says : The emper
or's address to the army has caused a
sensation and much enthusiasm
EASY WITH TURKEY.
A Constantinople dispatch siys the
porte having made further proposals
to Montenegro , a majority of the
powsrs still object to employing force.
CHILI FREEZING TO TERRITORY.
A dispatch from "Valparaiso says
Chili proposes to annex Bolivia and
retain Larapuca until Peru pays an in
ANOTHER HOP BITTERS MATCH.
* * Relative to an American patent
medtcine.company'a ( Hop Hitters Co. )
t -offer of (5,000 for prizes in an inter
national regatta on the Thames , The
l\ \ Sportsman says : We believe Trickett ,
the Australian champion sculler , will
recommend that the regatta be fixed
for November 22 , and then both he
and Lay cock will enter for prizes.
Special Dlspateh to The Bee
PAWS , September 2 , 1 a. m. The
.French religious orders are signing a
collective note declaring their obedi
.ence of the existing institutions , and
ithilr submission o the recent decrees
And hope that the government will re
ceive , in a kindly sou-it , theae sincnre
sd loyal declarations , and permit
tham to freely continue the works ol
charityeducation and prayerto which
their lives have been devoted. Tno
government triumph is considered
due to recent negotiations with the
READY TO ROW.
Special Dispatch to The Ifoe.
TORONTO , Ont , Septeaiber 2 , 1 a.
m. Hnnlaa has received a 1 ttcr
from the Hop Bilterj company asking ;
him to take part in a great profession
al race in England some timu in No
vember or December for a puise of
$5,000. Haul an siya he will accept.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
GLASGOW , September 2 , 1 a. m.
There are signs of the strike nf Scotch
miners collapsing Thosn in Kilwon-
ning district have resumed wotkat th.a
old rates. The miners oP Hamilton
are approaching the masters respect
ing arbitration , but the masters have
declined it. Many of the man , in
other districts would resume if their
brethren would allow them.
Sw.lal Di'patch to Tin EKK.
COLUMBUS , 0. , September 1. The
third day of the state fair had scorch
ing heat. The attendance is not
equal 10 last year The day entries
number 43,000 or 80 more than list.
The cattle show ia unusually large. The
prospects for the remainder of thu
week are flattering.
LOUISVILLE , Ky. , September 1 A
vein of fine cnal was discovered on
the farm of John C. "Vick , circuit
clerk of Livingston , about a mile from
SULLIVAN , Ind. , September 1. The
long brick warehouse of J. C. Neal ,
filled with several thousind bushels
of wheat fell on Monday eveninj" with
a deafening crash. Wm. H. Powers ,
manager , was seriously injured.
BELLAIUE , 0. September 1 Clive
Hamilton , a s'm of Dr. Hamilton , of
Georgetown , Pa. , was murdered here
last night by an unknown pirty , who
throw a stove at him from an alley ,
crushing his skull.
DAYTON , O. , September2. Charles
Hiles , a chair maker , was shot and
killed this morning at 1 o'clock by his
brother-in-law , Johu lluttrick. Hiles
asked Hettrick for a small sum of
money due from the former , when
Hettrick shot him through the heart.
Hettrick is in jail.
BALTIMOKK , Md. , September 1. A
Sre in East Baltimore destroyed the
box factory of Adams & Setz r and
damaged a moulding shop and boiler
'actory. Loss on tirst , § 15,000 , on
others § 0,500.
NEW YORK , September 1. Maurice
3rau'u new French opera company ar
rived here yesterday from Havre ; in
all sixty persona.
CHICAGO , September 1. Under
taker Elton on whose premises were
found the bodies of four partly de
composed bodies , was yesterday fined
$100 on each chnrge , for violation of
thu the health ordinance. He appeals.
NEW YORK , September 1 The
china-ware factory , MormAnia. owned
by D vid Rybnits llobintzke , was do-
htroyed by tirr , tog < > ther with the con
tents , yesterday. Damage , § 50,000.
A Bully Time.
Special dispatch luTliB liKR.
CoLUMBUs , O , September 2 , 1 a.
m Tom McDonald , n notorious bul
ly at Commercial Point , in Pickawav
county , was hung to a t.-teby a mob
Tuesday night. While creating a dis
turbance two weeks ago he was shot
aud was supposed to be dead. But he
was found aud was taken from hia
house at midnight by masked mn and
hung in full view ot tha road. He
was 28 years old and vas once marshal
of Mt. Sterling.
Denver Murderer Captured.
l L > tBiaU-li | to Tils liKK.
MILWAUKEE , September 2,1 a. m.
Hmry Newman was arreated here
jesterday for the murder of Louis
Marburg in Denver , a few days since ,
and held to await H requisition iron
the povernor of Colorado. Newmun ,
who has been passing under the name
of Henry Hill while here , confesses
to killing Marburg unintentionally.
Tne President coming1 to Omaua.
CHICAGO. Si-ptomber 2 , 1 a. m
President Hayes , accompanied by his
! amily , General Sherman and others ,
will arrive here this morning. They
eave by special train on the Chicago ,
Surlington & Qu ncy railroad at 11
a. m. , expecting to reach Omaha Fri
day morning They will leave thrre at
once via 'he ' Union Paci6c railroad
For San Francisco
Small Pox Panic AmongIndiana. .
Special Dispatch to the Bee.
OTTAWA , Ont. , September 2 , la. m
The Indians on the Gilivlan river
arc reported to be in a deplorable
state. Over 100 deaths have already
occurred from small poxand it is rap
idly spreading and scattering the In
dians in every direction. Many bodies
ies are to be seen along the rive :
above Do Sert. The panic stricken
[ ndians are leaving the country. The
bodies of the victims are left exposed
and a feeling of uneasiness has beet
created among tha whites.
Courtney to the Front.
Special Dispatch to The Bee
GENEVA , N. Y. , September 2 , 1 a.
m. A single scull match has been
mide between ililey and Wiesburger ,
of Wheeling , W. V.for , $1,000 a side ,
the race to bo Bulled within thirty
days on neutral water. A forfeit ol
$2uO each Ins been deposited. A
match also has been made between
Courtney and Riley for $350 ; Court
ney puts up $500 and Riley § 350. The
race is for three miles , with a turn , to
be pulled within thirty days , weather
Army of the Cumberland ,
Special dispatch to The Bee
TOLEDO , Ohio , September 2 , 1 a. m
The meeting of the Society of the
Army of the Cumberland on the 22J
and 23d promises to be very largely
, Sherldac ,
Garfield and others have signified
their intenticn to bo present and a fa
vorable response , to a special invita
tion , is expected from Gen. Hancock
lest of Sanity.
Special dispatch to Tni Bit.
CHICAGO , September 2,1 . m. _
Gen. J. H. Smith , an elegantly
dressed and respectable man from St.
Louis , was picked up on tha streets
to-day , temporarily insane , and was
locked up out of precaution. Ha
maintains that he is sane , but saya
the reason why he was arrested was
because he was going to vote for Han
Ben Butler Succeeds in Nominat
ing the Man Who Whippad
Him For Congress.
Family Jars of Bay State
Democrats Smeared Over
With Soft Soap and
Boas Kelly Made Happy He
Will Share In the Spoils.
Special Dispatch to The Bee
TRENTON' , N. .T. , SeptambcrS , 1 a.
in. The democratic mibernatorial
convention was c tiled to order at 12:30 :
o'clock. Lon Abbotf wn * chosen tem
porary chairman amid cheers , and
luado ; i short suoech After appoint
ing the usual committees the conven
tion took a recess until half past 2.
Those chosen for
are Gottfried Kruger and Jno. H. Dy-
longe. The following were chosen
district electors : 1st district , Geo. G.
Green , of Gloucester ; 2d district ,
Timothy Biirna , of Atlantic ; 3d dis
trict , W. H. Hendricks , of Mon-
inouth ; 4th district , W. H. Morrow ,
of Warren ; oih district , C. A. Wharton -
ton , of Bergen ; Gth district , J'aa. T.
Mclnteo , of Essex ; 7th district , E. S.
C. Young , of Hudson.
Upon reassembling , Lon Abbott ,
of Hudson , was made permanent
chairman. The committee oil resolu
tions thtn reported a series of resolu
tions approving the platform of the
Cincinnati convention and endorsing
thu nominations of Hancock and En
glish ; favoring a tariff that will best
protect our industries : declaring that
the democracy Rill , in the future aa
in the past , protect the best interests
of the workingmau ; arraigning the re
publican legislatures of Lite years ,
and applauding Gov. McClellau for
\ etoing their acts. Six or eight can
didates were placed in nomination for
governor and then balloting com
menced , when a scene of the most ex
citing confusion followed and lasted
till the nomination of G. C. Ludlow ,
of Middlesex , was declared on the fifth
ballot. The house was crowded frum
top to bottom , 4,000 people being
prt-sent at one time. The chairman
of thu convention was authorized to
appoint a state executive committee
of 1) ) . Adjourned.
Bay State D = moo rats.
Special DHpa'ch Co Tan Bu.
WOUCESTEK , Mass. , September 2,1
a. m. The democratic state conven
tion was called to order at 11.15 yes
terday by Col. Jonas H. Frenrh , who
congratulated the democracy of Jlas-
sachuset's ' upon meeting once more tts
a united party. Major McCafferty ,
of Worcester , was chosen tempjr.iry
chairman and made a speech of con-
gnUulation. At this point Gen. Ben
B'ltler ' entered the hall and waj greet
ed with rounds of cheers , the whole
convention rising to its fuet. The
usual committees en organization ,
credentials and resolutions were ap
pointed. Gen. P. A. Collins , of Bos
ton , was elected permanent chairman ,
and also indulged in speech-making.
After a recins of an hour the conven
tion reassembled. A motitn having
been made to nominate Gen. Butler
aa a candidate for governor by accla
mation , the Gen. addressed } the con
vention , stating tint it was his unal
terable determination not to allow the
use of his name in this campaign.
The convention then pnceedcd to
ballot for governor , and on the first
ballot Ch.is P. Thompson , of Glouces
ter , ha i 533 votes , and ex Governor
Wm. Gasion , of Boston , 417. Thomp
son was then unanimously chosen as
the nominee. The ticket was com
pleted aa follows : Lieutenant-gover
nor , Jarvis N. Dunham , of PittsSold ;
si cretary of eta'e , M. T. Donahue , of
SnmetvilU ; auditor , C. 11 Field , of
Greentic-ld ; treasurer , 0 1. F. J. Par
ker , of Newton ; attorney-general , P.
A. Collins , of Boston. Presidential
electors at large , J. G. Abbot , of Bos
ton , and Col J. H. French , of Glou
cester. It was annpuuccd that Jarvis
Nr Dunham positively declined to
servo as a candidate for any office ,
and Alva E. Thompson , of Woburn ,
was then nominated for lieutenant-
governor. The convention then ad
ftC * lowaCongressman.
SpecUl dispatch to The Her.
DAVEXroUT , September 2,1 a. m.
The republican congressional conven
tlon nominated Major S. S. Fanvell
over three competitors. His election
Special Duintcb to The Bee.
SHKBOYGAX , Wis. , September 2 , 1
a. in. The Fifth district demncr.ttic
convention meets here to-day to nom
inate a candidate in flace ot the pres
ent member , Gen. E S. Brapg. The
cistrict ia largely democratic and the
nomination is equivalent to election.
Gen Brjgg is quito confident of re-
Boss Kelly's Share of Spoils.
Special Dispatch to Tim BEL
NEW YORK , September 2,1 a. m.
The first conference between Tamma
ny and Irving Hall delegates with a
view to effecting a union of both par
ties , was held yesterday. Both com
mittees were fully represented anc
the most perfect harmony prevailed.
After considerable discussion a divi
sion of spoils was made by dividing
the twenty-four aEsembly district ;
equally , which was done by one o
the members drawing the numbers
representing them from a hat. To
day the eamo plan will bo puraued ii
respect to the congressional districts
Special dispatch to The Be .
BALTIMORE , September 2,1 a. m.
Gen. Andrew L. Chapman , of Charle
county , has been nominated by the
democrats of the i ifth district fo
Grand "Veterans Reunion.
Speqal Dispatch to The Be
CANTOS , 0. , September 2 , 1 a. m
The national soldiers and sailor
reunion yesterday was a grand success
The decorations were the finest uve
made in Canton , and over 50,00
strangers were in the city andfift
regiments were represented. Th
procesiiou , which was three mile
long and contained 10,000 men in line
with iorty bands , at noon marched t
the fair grounds , where a free dinne
WM given to 30,000 people. Afte
dinner the exercises were begun. Th
vuitors were welcomed by Major Va !
bey , with a response by Gen. Kenne
dy. Among those present were Pres
ident i Hayes , Ge-is. G rfield , Sherman ,
Crook , Ki'iiundy , R binson. VcorheeB ,
Meyer and Wildi , Gov. Foster , ox-
Gov. Bishop and Commodore Wella ,
U. S. N. Speeches were made by
President Hayes , Gens. Gartield , Dev-
enp , Sherman and Crook , Gov. Foster ,
ex-Gov. BiahopHou. Win. McKinley ,
and others. President Hayes' speech
was mostly devoted to a consideration
cf the question of furthering recon
struction by educating illiterate south
erners. He referred to the history ot
the war and recommended peace , etc.
Thete was never such an enthusiastic
meeting i i northern Ohio. A nug-
niticent display of lireworka took
place last night , aud a reception by
the presidential party.
Victoria sues For Peace.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
SANTA -September2 , la. m.
Advices from the snath are to the ef
fect that a few ecaitored bands of
Apaches are raiding the ranches about
sixty miles west ( f El Paso. No mur
dering is beini ; d < lie , however. Vic
toria's main baud is atill in the Cande-
laria mountains in Mexico. On the
23d ult. , a Mi-xican oflicer arrived t
Fort Cummings stating that Victoria
had sent a message to the Mexican
goverumunt requesting a meeting for
treaty purposes , with a surrender in
view. The Mexican government not
being willing to grant this without
consulting the American government ,
this officer was s > : nt to Cumings to as
certain the attitude of the government
on the question by telt graphing to
Washington. This move of the
Apache chief mean ! ! that he is recog
nizing that the troops of New Mexi
co and Texas urj too much for him
and he desires some place of refuge.
He knows also that not only would
the American government accept any
thing save unconditional surrender ,
but that there are civil indictments
against him in New Mexico for mur
der which would insure his death. It
is improbable that the Mexican gov
ernment will treat with him , as Gsv.
Terras , who will have much to s&y in
the matter , has been a heavy loser by
the depredations of Victoria.
Arrival of Turners.
Spec'.al UtsiKttch to The Use
NEW YORK , September 2 , 1 a. m.
The ateamt-r "Herder , " from Hum
burg , with the victorious Milwaukee
Turnera who went to Berlin to partic
ipate in the Turner ieativities , on
boardarriv ( t yesterday. They receiv
ed quite an ovation upon landing from
the New York Turnverein. They go
to Boston on Saturday and Tuesday
will proceed homeward.
The Turnera are justly proud of
their western brothers and have de
termined to make their formal recep
tion a very cordial one. The pro
gramme for the entertainment of the
guests id almost complete. They will
re.it until this evening \rhen a grand
torcMiglit procession will take place
in which all the Torn ercin societies
n the vicinity will participate. There
ill be a grand display of fireworks
nd the procession , after marching
iirough the principal streets , wi'lpto '
eed to the Turn Hnlle , where a recop-
ion will ba held. It is expected that
lany prominent Germans will addro&s
lie victors , together with prominent
ntjmbera of the New York Turnver-
TUP. UADOERS PRIZES.
The prizes carried off by the Mil
w.iukeo Turners consist of diplomas
nd laurel wreaths and are decidedly
unline American prizes. The firat
> rizo , a solid silver wreath , weighing
icarly seventeen ounces , was won by
"Jhriitian Mueller , formerly a member
if the New York Turnverein , but now
if Frankfon-on-the-Main. The Bad
ra also carried off the second , thiri
ifth , sixth , thirteenth and twenty-
iret prizes. Henry Rollke , besides
vinuing the thirteenth regular prize ,
won the first prize for wrestling. The
Milwaukee team refers with pride to
ts success in the great international
itrugcle for supremacy in athletic
ports. But eight of the fifteen that
went to Germany took active part in
, he games. There were twenty-three
> rizes and the American eight from
he weal brought homnseven of them.
3erlin , Hanover and Leipsic , places
'arnoua for the proficiency of their
athletic sports , got but two prizes
each. About one hundred and sixty
burners from the United States at-
: ended the meeting , but no represen-
ativc of the country achieved such
victories 03 did the Milwaukee men.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
The following games of basa bal !
were played September 1st :
BUFFALO , September 2 1 a. m.
Providence 0 , Buffalos 3.
TROY , N. Y. Unions 4 , Hayma-
CLEVELAND Clevehnds 10 , Bos
CINCINNATI Clncinnatis 4 , Wor
WASHINGTON Nationals 5 , Roches
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
ST. LOOTS , September 2 , 1 a. m.
The platform laborers at the Piun
street freight depot of the St. Louis
Iron Mountain & Southern railroad
struck for higher wages yesterday.
They number about one hundred and
have been receiving1.25 per day and
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
WASHINGTON , September 2 1 a. m.
The payments made from the trea
sury by warrants during the month ot t
August was 810,665,071-90 , which
does not include payments made on
accyunt of the interest on the public
Important Hallway Opening ,
apodal tlispatch to The Bee
The Texas & New Orleans railroad ,
connecting this city with New Orleans ,
has just been formally opened by an
excursion of railway officials and citi
zens , which left Sunday and returned
yesterday. The opening of this road ,
giving centrcl Texas close connection
with the Missisrippi valley , is an im
portant incident in our history. Ten
railroads now center in Honston , but
this is the first one to bring us into
direct connection with New Orleans.
It is estimated thatthe Texas cotton
crop of the present year , notwith
standing the partial destruction by the
cotton worm , will reach the unprece
dented figure of 1,250,000 bales ; this
will probably be one-fourth of the en
tire cotton crop of the country.
* S \ RU.iTS : KTK1 E KU H.
New Yorlz Money and Stock
WALL ST. . Ksw YORK , Vept. 1 1:30 : p. m
Money 2Vi > 2r cect ; exchange steady a' S4-S2 ®
US5'a . 102 | USi'4 . 110J
Currency G'e . 125 f
Dull and declined J@2 per cent since the openS -
U . l'2i St P.ando. : pfd. . S2
YC . 130 UP . 93
Erie . 33 CC&IC . 19
Erie ptcfd . 6 } Mich. Central . 9JJ
11 .111 L ciav ! anm& . . h I
LakeShoaJOiJ lluds.tti Cainl . M
Worth wcntmii. . . .vi--naf V 3 C. . 76J
forthwrsttrn pM.llSi M A E . 100 }
Pacific Mail . 39J fteadln ? . 2iJ
Ohio . 34J I.M . . . 56J
Ohio pld . 75 K.&T . 35J
31. Paul . e > 7 N. 4 C . < s
t. Paul pfd . 109J L& " . 1 U
I&StJo . 411 > .P.- . 291
t Jcc i.fd . 83 } NP 'd . 62 }
Wab Bh . 37J CT.'fcQ139
Vabaah pld..e. . RJ TJ' nWv . 112
it. P. and Omaha. . 42J
CUIUAOO , September 1
Wheat , corn and tut * advanced on
he opening of thu market to-day
[ n tno face of the lower foreign
market reports it is evident that
; hnro is a large short interest out ; at
the saoio time reports luvo been cir
culated on the board of heavy rains in
Minnesota , to the injury of the wheat
n stock. Meats and lard got another
) oosi upwards , and it IB evidently the
mention of the pattiua controlling
stocks to put the market higher.
Wheat September , which closed
jresterday at 87i < s87c bid , opened at
87c aud sold 5t 87 § 873c ; Octob.-r ,
closed at 89Jc bid ; oj ened at 89c and
sold at 89J@89j@89c.
Corn September closed at 39cbid ,
opened at 39gc ; October closed at
40c bid ; opened at 4ic [ ) and sold at
Oats September closed at 26jc
aid , opened at 27c and sold at 27 c ;
October closed at 27jjc@27ic , opened
at 27gc and sold at 2728c.
Bye Sales at 74c for September ;
75c for October.
Whisky SUes of 480 brls at 81 12
at the close of regular board.
Dry Salt Meats Sliort riba , Sep
tember and October , § 8 20.
Pork § 17 25 for September ; § 16 95
For October ; § 12 G5 for November ;
12 97A for January ; § 12 42i for the
year.Lard § 7 90@7 92j for September ;
§ 8 02i for October ; § 790 for Novem
ber ; § 7 90 asked for January ; § 7 82i
asked for the year.
Closing Board Wheat , 87fc for
September ; 88jc ! for October ; 89 c
For November ; 87c for the year.
Corn , 39jjc for September ; 40ic for
October ; 40c for November. Oats ,
27jjc for September ; 27s for October ;
28a for November. Highest range
for wheat , 88c for September ; 89jjc
For October. Corn , 40c for September ;
40gc for October.
St. .LOU.IH Produce
ST. Louis , September 1.
Fiour Easier and lower.
Wheat Ca3hlower ; options , higher ;
whitu cloied weak ; No. 2 red , 99o for
cash ; 89j@89J89gc fof September ;
90i < 390j < s90 c for October ; 9191c
For November ; 89J89 for the year ;
No. 3 do , 83@83c ; No. 4 do , 80 ®
Corn Higher ; 35 c for cash ; 34i@
@ 36j2 for October ; 36jf@37l@3G je
fur October ; 3738J@373c for De
cember ; 35c for he year.
Oats Higher at 27@27ic , closing
at 28Jc bid for caah ; 26i26gc for
September ; 27c for October.
live Higher at 75c.
Lead Dull at § 4 75.
Butter Quiet ; dairy , lO@23c.
Whisky Higher at § 1 13.
Pork Quiet ; jobbing , § 15 75.
Dry Salt Meats Stronger at
§ 5 40@8 508 75.
B con Higher at § 8 25@9 37i@
9 50@9 87 @ 9 00.
Lard Held higher at § 8 00 asked.
Receipts Flour 5,000 brls , wheat
100,000 bu.corn 11,000 buoats , 11,000
Shipments-Flour 16,000 brls , wheat
204,000 bu , corn 8,000 bu , oats
St. Liouls Live Stock.
ST. Loui.s , September 1.
Hogs Active and higher ; Yorkers ,
§ 495@5 05mixed ; packn.gS4 80510 ;
butchers to fancy , § 5 165 30. Re
ceipts , 5,400 noad ; shipments , 3,300
York Produce Marked.
NEW YOKK , September 1.
Flour In buyers' fnvor ; lii ht expert
port and home trade demand ; re-
receipti,16,09G bbls ; round hoop Ohio ,
§ 400@4 60 ; choice do , § 4 70@5 75 ; au-
pernuuwestern230@2 90 ; common to
good extra do$3 75@4 25ohoice ; dodo ,
§ 4 306 25 ; choice white wheat , do ,
§ 4 2o4 65.
Wheat Opened firm and after
wards declined | @ic ; active specula
tive businessNo. ; 2 red , cash , § 1 05 ;
do , September , § 1 G5J@1 06 ; do , Oc
tober , § 1 061 07 ; do , November ,
§ 1 07 $ ; No. 2 white , September.Sl 05
@ 1 05 | ; do , October , § 1 05J1 05g.
Corn Shade better and fairly ac
tive ; mixed western spot , 5060jc
do future , 5053c.
Oats Triflle stronger ; western , 36
Beef Firm ; new plain mess , § 9 50
new extra do , § 10 00.
Pork Very strong ; new plain mess
§ 16 00.
Lard Higher and firm ; steam ren
dered , § 8 35.
Butter Firm aud fair inquiry
Ohio , 15@27.
FIFTH WARD REGISTRATION
The law makes it obligatory on the
part of Registrars to sit thajirst iceek
in .September of each year , for the
Registration of voters.
I do therefore give notice that I
will sit at the store of S. P. Biigga ,
southwest corner of 13th and Chicago
streets , on Friday and Saturday ,
September 3rd and 4th , for correcting
the voting list of this ward , for the
city election to be held September
next and alao for the state and
national election to be held Novem
ber next. CHARLES WILKINS ,
Registrar Fifth Ward.
Omaha , Doughs County , Nebraska ,
Aug. 28th , 1880. a30-10t
Why doao ourselves with nauaent-
Inn medicines , when a purely fruit
cathartic will cure you at once Ham
burg Fics. Try them ,
: ; r. A case of conetlpntion by
neinz I aoihure Fijs. (
THE LATEST NEWS.
The Very Latest Tele
grams , up to 4 p. m.
A Sicilian Brigand Tracked and
Arrested for Murder.
The Rebel Legacy Reduced
the Past Month.
A Variety of Items.
The Soldier's Ke option.
Ipecial Dispatch to Ilie Bee.
CANTON , O. ; Snptemberl,4 p. in.
Che weather ia warm for the soldiers'
reunii.n , but the crowd is Urge and
he enthusiasm groat. President
Jsyos and General Garriell arrived
ast night and are both guests of James
In response to sorcnadus ufter their
arrival Me last night , both spoke a
ow words to the crowd , thanking the
leoplo for the warmth of their recep
ion. Every train brings immense
additions to the crowds , mid it is be-
ieved that overbO,000 parsoni will be
Drew nea from a Yacht.
Special Dlapatcti to The lice.
NEW YORK , September 1 4 p. m.
A pleasure yacht containing sir or
seven persons capsized yesterday near
Ashbury park , Now Jersey. Andrew
fainter , aged nineteen , and a young
companion could not ba found , and
were probably drowned. The surfmen
rescued five persona.
A Brigand's Baa Breaaa.
Special Dispatch to The lieu.
NEW YORK , September 1 4 p. m.
The Sicilian brigand , Rusario Melt ,
who was arrested in San Francisco
.wo weeks ago for a murder commit-
ed in his native laud , has juat arriv-
n this city in the custody of two
detectives. He will be taken to Italy
on the first steamer Meli is
about 30 years of ago and is
strikingly haudso.ne. Three years
ago he wai the leader of a baud of
jrigands , who , in the mountain region
of Sicily , attacked and robbed a party
of tourists. Two of the tourists were
killed. Meli was charged by the
Italian authorities with murder
and escaped to this city. Ital
ian detectives were sent after
him end he was next heard of in San
Francisco , where he was charged with
committing a number of mbberies.
He was arrested , and having been
convicted was sentenced to the peni
tentiary for five yoara. Two weeks
ago ho was pardoned , but was no
sooner at liberty than he was rearrested
rested for the murder cjmmitted in
dpeclal Dispatch to The Bee.
WASHINGTON , September 1 4 p.
m. The debt statement for August
shows a reduction of the debt
812,027,167.59 ; caah in treasury ,
8190,608,332.23 ; outstanding legal
tenders , 8346,681,016 ; fractional cur
rency , § 7,181,995,375 ; certificates of
deposit , § 11,300,000 ; gold certificates ,
§ 7,097,900 ; silver certificates , § 13- ,
138,040. The acting secretary of the
treasury directs the assistant treasury
at New York to purchase to-day
2,000,000 bonds on account of the
Driven Desperate by Her Parents.
Special Dispatch to Tim BIB.
LOUISVILLE , September 1. Ida
Illy , aged 21 , tried to commit suicide
last night on the grave of a favorite
aunt , who recently died. She gave as
her reason that her father and mother
treat her ao badly that ahe did not
want to live The beat evidence of
her statement was afforded by the
conduct of bar father , who refused to
receive her when taken home , more
dead than alive. She drank mor
phine , which was pumped out at the
city hospital. She may recover.
Rival PaciSc Steamship Company.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
SAN FRANCISCO , September 1.
The object of the visit of the steam
ship " \Yo Chung , " of the China Mer
chant Steam Navigation company , is
a species of mystery , it being denied
by some persons that there ia any in-
tentioi of the Chinese running a line
in opposition to the Pacific Mail com
pany. From Ting Ying Sing , director
of the company , who is aboard of
the "Wo Chung" little could be
learned , except that the present visit
was purely experimental. He asserted
positively that no definite determina
tion to put on a regular line of
steamers his been arrived at , but in
the course of conversation , he several
times inadvertently dropped expres
sions relating to the future success of
trans-Pacific lines. The "Wo
Chung" is an iron vessel about
nine hundred tons burden , corn-
mar d"d by a L'ane , named
Peters-i' , and his a CniiiCfO crew.
She bnngc ; u > out fifty tons of rice ns
freight. Shu will remain hero about
nine days aud will carry h.ick any
fn-'ght that may bi intrusted
to her. Ciptrtin Peterson is authority
for the etk't'inent ttvtt the company
has -ijiht idle vessels , nil them larger
thnn tlu ' Wo-Chung , " and that they
will ba pur u > Any use that will result
to the > riifu of the owners.
Special Dispatch to The Dec.
CHICAGO , Sept. 1 1 . m. The
Northern f'ncific la'ltoul ' Hgnciiltur.il
cr arrivid i.i Chicago li : t night and
was tra-.sfurred acn si fie city to the
Michigiii Central Jipo' atid re-
ui'Vln t litre mi txhibtion till
this forenoon , when it wi'i be taken
east and ex'.ibi'ed. It c irnins the
' products of Miiiiiesot , D lo a , Mon-
tEtiH and W.-ishii jr i t Ti' ! ry , and
will I e t-.kcn to " 11 ricnitur.il fairs
of ] > r : i-ience , i i" a- < ! . \r ea t ns
N-w Y-irk and B > tli i < , un-1 being
( > p-r : t visitors en route It is under
supervin m of thelmd roiim > i ioner
of th r iad. The c r ia p nto < l straw
'lli r , with rich brown ininminys.
The irrennr is ppleiididly draped.
Ovr the coirs are the worki "Nothing
grown for Exhibition. " Linre lamps
aresuapended fr-im the cei'iny ' , which
nro draped with wheat anc
oils on una sida and oits , rye auc
barley on the other. There are bins
containing cabbage , turnips , onions ,
potatoes , etc. , of very 1 rge a-'ze.
Along tl-e wall are s mpli of ditTer-
uiit varieties of ceioila ind about
twetity-fivn Kin's of jjrasn teed , Un
the other side , a largo ? tarid
extending from the rtv-f
to the floor contains suii | Irs f
all kinds of grain , aftea beii'g tirish
ed , also ph tographa of the St. Croix'
and St. Louis riverr , and * number of
pe ritied specimenfrotu the ba.l
buds. T he whole car ia atrsii id ii ;
a iieBt fcnd pro ty mam cr.
The British Relieving Column
Ayoob Khan Asks Leave to
Retire When Strongly
The Invaders Requested to
Leave the Countiy and
Avoid "Trouble. "
The Crisis at Hand.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
LONDON , September 1 , 4 p. m.
News has been received at the war of
fice from Quetta stating that Gen.
Roberts arrived at Candahar yester
day , and contrary to expectation , in
advance of General Phayre. The re
inforcing column passed Ayoob Khan's
position some miles to the left , Ayoob
offering no opposition.
Ayoob is very strongly posted in his
present position and an attack upon
him , should it be attempted , would
involve much risk and at best could
not succeed without serious loss to
the British. It ia stated that Ayoob
Kahn baa already undertaken to open
negotiations with General Roberts
whose purport is understood that he
will allow the British to leave the
country unopposed provided they
will evacuate Candahar immediately.
Gen. Roberta refused to enter into
any such c mpromhc. Hassan Khan ,
Ahmb Khan , AH Khan. Masa Khan ,
and the late heir ap-
parents mother , are reported
to be in Ayoob'a camp Ayoob's Her-
atee troops are atill reported to be wa
vering in their allegiance to him , but
they have been sworn on the Koran to
remain faithful. The Afghan forces
now on the Argandale number 25- ,
000 and the Ghilkab are
rising and joining them in
considerable numbers. Gen. Phayre ,
with his entire force , which cannot
Amount to moro than 5000 men , ex
pects to fight a battle atTakli-pil , but
whom he expects to fight is not so
clear , unleas it is the hill men who are
in sympathy with Ayoob. Should
they attempt resistance by
flooding the cultivated levees of
the Khushab plain , which would make
the only approach to Candahar im
passable for wagonp , artillery or cav
alry , a most formidable stand might
be made by the tribesmen. Affairs
are now in such form that a crisis of
some kind must soon be reached.
rrai.SUINCJ THE REBELS.
Special Dispatch to Tbe Dee.
LONDON , August 31 , 4 p. m. A la
ter dispatch from Quettah says that
Ayoob Khan had sezed a retreat in
the event of his being attacked by
means of a ford across the Argandale
river to Khakarz , which he can use in
case of necessity It is anticipated
that Gen. Roberts will attack Ayoob
with four brigades to-day. The al
leged reason for this ia that the
Afghans will escape for the present
without punishment unless a battle
can be brought on at once. General
Gongh with two cavalry regiments ,
joined General Roberta Robat , pre
viously to the arrival of the former at
AYOOB BEOS A FAVOR.
A dispatch from Quettah saya Gen.
Roberta nas hud a slight attack of
fever. Ayoob Khan has asked leave
to retire , although now strongly en
TIME OF EDWIN FORREST AND RARUS
COMPARED WIK1I THAT OK MAUD 8.
AND 6T. JULIEN.
Of the many fast trotters owned by
Mr. Bonner the fastest undoubtedly
are Edwin Forrest and Rarua , the
ionner having equalled and the latcer
beaten 2 dl | in a private trial under
five different watches. They were
driven by John Murphy , the trainer
and driver who sent Dexter to hisbest
time. In speaking of the performan
ces of the horses to a New York
World reporter recently , Mr. Murphy
said that late last fall he drove For
rest and Rarua a mile on Mr. Bonner'a
three-quarter track , Forrest going the
distance in 2llj : , and Rarua m 2:11 : $ .
That was soon aftei Mr. Bonner pur
chased Rarus at Hartford and with
drew him from the track. Mr. Mur
phy says that both horses are in better
condition now than they were then
and fully able to repeat that perform
ance , if not to excel it. Either of
them , he thinks , under favorable cir
cumstances , can do 2:10 : , and , he ad
ded , "I don't think there is another
horse living can do it. " Although
Rarus Lai beaten Edwin Forrest a
quarter of a'aecondMurphy considers
Forre ? t the faster of the two , and gives
it as his opinion that forreat can give
Rarus the odds and beat him the beat
two in three heats
Maud S. , while working on tbe
track at Charter Uak ; ark , was speed
ed a quarter of a mile in 0.31 , or at
at 2:07 : gait. A few weeks ago Mr.
Bonner speeded Ed win Forrrst a quar-
ter of a caile to a skeleton wagon in
0:3H : , or at a 2:06 : gait , and Mr. Bon
ner weight about 185 pound * . With
two such horses , whoie public perfor
mances are so well known , all the
honors should not ba left to either St.
Jnlien or Maud S. , and if Mr. Bonner
would only allow Forrest and R , rua
to make a public trial to beat the' fast
est" there would be such a gathering
as has never been Been in this or any
other country. Mr. Bonner has in
hia stable , or on his farm , Mr. Mur-
phy aye , nearly twenty horses that
can be taken out and driven to beat
2:20 ; several ot them can beat 23.6 ,
and with a little training could be
I brought down to 2:14 : or 2:13. : In
THE ROGKFORD WATCH
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EDHOLM & ERICKSON
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ERADICATES AT.TT - f *
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A GRATIFYING FACT THAT THE
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ily and rapidly increasing ; in public lavor.
The White Machine justly claims to be the
best made , the easiest running , the simplest in
construction and the most perfect Machine ia
The White Co. employ as agents men of in
tegrity , and purchasers are always satisfied ,
because they find everything just as repres
Everybody should use this Machine. The
sales so far thia year are more than double
the corresponding time last year.
All orders addressed to the Omaha Office ,
will be promptly filled.
JOHN ZEHRUNG ,
C'or. Davenport anil 15:1i St < . , Oniitha.
" " of tiava oitstri > l all others ) . You IN
The Bulwof this "brand" Oysters now > fe jfet moie Ojntern
WEIGHT AND MEASURE In cir.t ol Ihw brand than In any other. U. P. 1JEKMEII.
lapldlm General W stern Agent , Omaha.
the case of Maud S . however , as she
is reported to have buun withdrawn
frem the track by her owner , Mr.
Yanderbilt , there is ranch doubt of
her record of 2:11 : } ever being beaten
by her self , and St. Julioii U loft
alone to show whatcan be done in that
Registration Notice Fourth Ward.
STATE OF NEBRASKA , )
Douglas County. )
Notice ia hereby given to the elec
tors of the Fourth ward , that I will
sit m the store of E. Wyman , Fif
teenth street , three doors south of the
postcffice , on Monday , September Gth ,
to make the an mini list of voters of
said ward ; also to prepare a list of vo
ters for special city election , to be
held September 14th , 1880.
In witness whereof I hereunto set
my hand thia 25th day of August , A.
D , 1880. JOHN WOOD , Registrar.
Church of the Holy Family.
The excavation for the new church
edifice of the Church of the H < Jy
Family , on the southwest corner f
Seventeenth and Tzird streets , ia
nearly completed , and building will he
commenced shortly. The church will
be built of brick and atone.
Real Estate Iranafers.
Augustas Kountze ot al. ; to Josephine -
phine Mack , w. d. , lot 3 , block 10 ,
Kountze & Ruth's addition , city of
Ch.ia. B. Wella and wife to Jay
Northrupw. d. , lot 8 , Griffin & Isaac's
addition , city of Omaha S472.75.
Joseph H. Nelson and wife to Chas.
W. Porter , w. d. , lot 41 , Nelson's
addition , city of Omaha $225.
Undoubtedly the best shirt in the
United States ia manufactured at the
Omaha Shirt Factory. The superiority
of Material and
workmanship , com
bined with their jreat improvements ,
that is Reinforced fronts , Reinforced
backs and Reinforced sleeves , makes
their shirt the most durable and best
fitting garment nf the kind , ever
manufactured. Read the following
low prices :
Our Fine Whit3 Shirt * 135 150
Cur F.TtraKlna " 175 200
Our Imported Cheviot BhirU 2 SO 275 <
Our " Penan ? " 2'6 275
Our " Cheviot 179 20O
( Thee are mtile on whl'a oodle * )
Our Imp rted Penantf ml Cheviot
viet wllh col MM attached , also
on White Bo-JIwt JS ° * <
Al aflneworkintrfhlrtfor 125.
None but Wamautta Muslin and
best Lmuna used.
The above prices include Laundry-
ing , a discount allowed when otherwise
An additional 25 cents is charged
when made to order. i
Omahn Shirt Factory , 1207 Farnham J
street , near 12th treet.
jlurphy it Luvettlnt. , Agency ; old
< . * t established agency ia this state.
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