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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1880)
VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , MONDAY. OCTOBER 4 , 1880. NO. 90.
Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents
noup TV/T T
r * M i ivt JL
loth and Douglas Street.
Oror 8,960 imUerce lots forwrte by tMi gen-
ct price * attains from t * > to $8,660 * ch ; and
rate d In erery part of thedto , tnd In every
direction from the Postofflce , north , cstl , eoutb
or west , and v rylnp in distance from one
Vock to one or two miles from same. Call ft&d
e uralne oar lists.
Sorcnl choice lot * In Griffin & lanes' ad II
tl on , west or content , tetween St. Mary's ren
ne nd Hirncy street 8300 to J800.
SO acres jnet east of barracks on Saundcra lit ,
this Is choice land aud will be Bold very cheap-
for cash ID 6 , 10 or 20 acre lots ; now IB your time
to secure a bargain.
Choice lot at end of Btrcct car tracks on Saun-
d era street for 575.
Choice lot , Farchun and Slth e tree 18 , 00x122
eet fnr $1,500 will divide It.
Clicap loti in Credit Fonclsr addition , eouth cf
D. P. depot 8100 to $500.
Forty loU on Park Avenue and Georgia street ,
on road to park , and near head of St. Mary's
avenue , at from $125 to 300 each. Seven yean
time at eight per cent Interest to those who will
put up good substantial bulldlug * . F ir farther
particulars apply to.
O. P. BEM1B , Aeent ,
Fifteenth and Douglas Street * .
A nice lot on Ilarney and Twenty-first etreoU ,
Tire chokolola on tOth. near St. Mary's even-
me , 0x105 tcet each , ( or tS50 and 900.
Two choice lota near 23d and Clark streets , In
I V. Smith's addition $300 and 8350.
Fifty lots In Shlnn'g flrecon and third ad
ditions ( argUO to (000 ca
Lot near 15th and Fierce , $150.
S loU on lljrncv near 24th St. , (600 each. 1
ot on < th n ar Howard street , | 7oO.
CD loU In Grand View addition , couth ot U. P
bridge and depot , ( rom f 16 to 5 00 each-
One acre , 117x370 ( evt , on 18th street , south
t > t Poppleton'ft new residence , ( or 52,000 , or , will
divide into city eizcd lota at trom$35Q lotSOO
Tart number ol Hanttful residence lots , lot
cated In this new addition on Capitol BUI , bt
tween 2 < th strcrt on the cut , 2Glh on Ibe west
Dodge street on the north and rarhham street
on the fouth , formerly o nfed by a H Down ,
, nd more recently know * M the Perkins 15 acren.
Only 22 lota liavts tbuj f r been platted U on
JarnhamandSon Doujlaa street. Tteee lots
re 60 to H foot ! n width and ISO Indepth. ei.OOO
Jortboch-lco. 6 j ears time , at 8 per cent In-
lerestto those who * ill build rood substantial
h oiuca therein. Call and examine plat and pet
full Information at
BEiHS'UEAL ESTATE AGEKCT ,
16th and Douglw Slreots.
Over 00 houses and Jdtsaro o3crcd for gale
fcy thlsofflca They areecftttercd all orer the
5' y * ? y 'S ' Joh you deJre. Prices wrying
from SOOton5CWcach. ( )
! S > J Ioi.n < 12 cheap honses near Jackson
nd 12th strerta at a treat racrifico. llcro la a
peat b&rolr ; ( orsomoono. Thetiroperty must
? ' n * M tdy. Co Ten Just a quarter of a
ulocc. Call and examine this without any deity.
OEO P. BEMIS , Ascnt ,
16th and Douglas Sts
A desirable lot near Cuminir and Blunders
atreats , f 1,000.
The cheapest acre lots In the cityol Omaha.
re those oScr d ( or sale by this agency In PAkk
Plkceand Lowe's second adilltion. onCUtolnr
Bart and California rtreets : yontAli make no
Buatakeiapliklnr np these bargains while jou
hare the chance. These lots are more than equal
to size to 4 ( nil-sized city lots or a hall block
\ nd It will be bat
a icry short time before one-
f tb part ot one of these acre lots will soil ( or M
ranch as wo oDer a ( nil acretn-day. TBeV are
located a very short dwanoo wortt * Cr Ighton
College. Prices mnpinp from MM toSSOO per
crelot. Call immediately , and don't lose your
ciance , and. get pl. tfcu full particulars of
OEO. P. BEMIS. Acent.
- , . , . 16th and Donsrlaa Streets.
lce M oa Eherman A > enue north ot Nicholas
< 9tre t , tl. < 00.
un'JjJi' hl on C a.tetwoen 13th and llth streets
1 nice lots In Ilartman's aildltlon , tM to $800.
Larcc number of acre lots in Glee's addition In
Jiorth Omaha , glz5 to $300 each.
Choice corner lot near 22ud and California
trpets , 81,500.
Several rood lota In Mclson's addition , 150 to
Choice lot In Tlionioll'g addition , J75a
Several liu-Be lot in IfartirlfB addition. 1 |
rods and 2J seres each. Pncea fTW to f2,000
i Sf ° 1 S0 ? 1"1 ycnue , (16th ( street ) ,
eonthofPoppleton'n new rnsMcTui , : or 11,100.
. "n01 * nattlSlQ and Cla.k streets , 60 i
SSO/cct Corner , 41,200 ; Inside , * 1,0 0.
BMrpT p anShem " avc uoi6th street ) ,
PjUect.R oo Kh
t2 nice and chetp loti , very near to the bnti-
B M part of the d'y , locked aery few steps
wuth of the Convent and SI Jinn's avenac.and
Jnjt outh tf and adjuiniuc rr . .ami of James
. Woolworth a-.d WJ. . Coimi.- ! ! these are
cheap aud very doiraWc. bclnz s > h.iidy to bus-
lde s part of sit } , to re r co nmiu tderot , nail
works , * hito lead orks , II I'.d-uot , stock
ymds , packing houses , etc C' ll id vfA plat
and full par-lculara. P ice S Id to $ T 0 * nd easy
terms to thoee ho bnlld
OEO. P. CF.i : & , Ajcnt ; ,
16tli. 1.1,1 Dun Us SIS.
S choice residence lot * en 24ili Ri.fct , between
DoujUs and Dodre .tre is tl inn tol.ivO cwti
and Ions time to f-ofe lie ill b 111
2 choice comer lo'n near 2 th an i Fainham
Btreat , 05x121 feet , 8I.15P iH 1 ' 0\aiid tery
JUrniF to pntkhawr.- . > i1 uupr.te
Also i lots on 2lth , 1 > H ti. P ni'iam and
pouglas re U&iO to ei.l > x iil. . aud lonj :
tSTZW of the bct bu-lucsa l.t. in T of
SSf ? * S ? B'c ' > lo ale < 1 on clr n h-i ii n r street ,
WOO to $9.000 eatlu
a Alsoiery valuable stoie i rles In al-
tnort eiery bu.lnrai block - & 0yo 116.000
iOchoice res-dence lots in above aJ Jition , Ira-
SI 7 5Sh 0 | ntld "In'ns ' I'opplctou's
5SSTnrcidence ? " 1 Brouarts , and locattd oa
Mln IBrfi aud Win strenui , $300 tn $150 each and
very easy termt to those who * ill build. Cell and
examine pl t and pet full particular * .
Beautiful building dtc'cn" Sherman > e'nuf ,
16th Btreetbetwecn Poppkton aud the Dudlcv-
IJams property ; 203 feet east fronUce on tfie
avenue , by SS9 fret in depth. Will divide It m\k-
IncHSfcetbySSg. Call and cct full particulars.
An aore n 18th street , 101 feet east trontace
by 378 feet deep. This is Just eouth of the Kllra-
beth ( Poppleton place. This is cilt-edco , call and
get price and terms of BEMIS , Agent.
IS peed lots , just north of and adjoining E V.
Smith's addition , and located between SOth and
( annden streets , at reasonable prices and long
Uee to buyer who Improve BEiilS , Agent.
( Slots In norbich'sflretandncond ad itlon
n 16th , ISth , 19th and 20th streets , between
KichoUs , Paul , Sherman and Clark streets , very
tC handy to U. P. Shops , smelling works , etc. ,
ranging in prices rom from $200 to (1:100 each ,
rouirine oiily tmali inj-ment down and long
tlm at 7 per cent interest to those who will im
prove. CEO. P. BEMIS.
15th and Douglas Stre-U
53 nice Iot In Parker's addition , between
8 " 5ert and Were * . King and Campbell's Sts. ,
ojBlonto street ; 18 lots with south fronts anil
18 with north frontace , only 6 blocks north of
tie turn-table ( end street-car track ) on Saunders
street > cry lew pnees ; 5175 caah , Qr $200 on
wuf 1 ° i" ' * nd 8 r > W cent interest W'Coose who
Geo. P. Bemis1
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
15th fcDougIas ] St ,
OMAHA , r - - , r
England to Give up Cyprus
and Break off with
The SuHan Reported to Have
Ceded Dulcigno , But He is
Pressed to be Saucy.
Parnell Grandly Welcomed at
Cork by 30,000 Enthusi
A Parish Priest Prevented
From Teaching Children
- and a Biot Follows.
More Murders in Ireland.
Special Dispatch to Tbe Bee. j
DUBLIN , Oct. 3. A bill poster in
County Armagh J "who was detected
posting obnoxious notices respecting
ho tale oE lands was attacked and
Drntally murdered by some of the
BRUSSELS , Oct. 4 , 1 a. m. A most
deplorable nffiir has occurred in the
village of Hentes. The priest of that
pUce went as usual to the public school
to give religious -instructions to the
children , under the regulitions , this
was construed by tha authorities as
an infraction of the law , and they or
dered the gendarmerie to eject him
from the school. The people of that
parish so strongly objected to this
that they gathered around the school
house and opposed the " gendarmes-
the execution Qt4T5ir"orders. A riot
followed , and the gendarmes fired
tipon the people , several were killed
LoNDoJf , Oct. 4 , 1 a. m. A Ooh-
etantinople dispatch siva the Ultlmos
have petitioned thto Sultan to defy the
powers. Cabinet councils have been
hold at Constantinople. It is rumor
ed that England contemplates the
retrocession of Cyprus and tha abro
gation of An lo-Turkiah , convention.
Mr. Lowell , the American minister
will deliver the Opening address be
fore the fiiinburg Philosophical In
stitution on the 5th of November.
Special Dispatch to Ibe Bee.
LONDON , October 4 1 a , m , *
There i * a rumor current thfct Sir
Charles Dilko will leave the foreign
office1 taking the pliea of W. 3 * .
Adams in the board of public works ,
and that Mr. Leonard Courtney , it.
P. for Liskeid , will take tl'c ' * position
\-acated by Dilkb.
A dispatch from Berlin says it id
reported that the sultan on S iturda $
signed an order ceding Dol&igno to
The N. Y. Central & Hudton Elver
R. R. Co. , has given an order for
15,000 tons of rails from the Cammell
works at Sheffield. The terms of the
contract are not stated , but it is un
derstood the rails will bo delivered at
New York at a lower rate than they
could be purchased for at any Ameri
A dispatch from Gravesa saje the
fleets are assembling t Cat tar a , and
that a conference of the admirals was
held on Sunday.
SpocUl Dispatch to Tbe Bee.
VIENNA , October 4 , 1 a. m. A ma
jority of the evening newspapers pub
lished in this city yesterday were con
fiscated for publishing the manifesto
of the constitutional party.
8pelal dUp&Vch to Tbe Bee.
PARIS , October 4. 1 a. m. The
anti-naval demonstration meeting
that was to have been held at the Cir
que Fernando yesterday was prohibi
ted , because the organizers did not
comply with the police regulations.
SpecUl Dispatch to The Bee.
DUBLIN , October 4. 1 a. in.
Ryan Fatty , a farmer in Ballin Lo-
cancounty Sligo.haa been murdered.
One Boglar & process server , wis
murdered at Cross Magi en , county
THE RECEPTION TO PABNELIi
at Cork yesterday was a splendid
success. A large number of mounted
farmers and others met Parnell at
Blarney , where the procession com
menced and started for the city. At
the outset a serious disturbance was
narrowly avoided. It seemethat a
parly of nationals seized a wagonette
containing a secretary and treasurer of
the land league and turned the
occupants out and compelled theme
o walk thewhole distance.
The parties Cronin and O'Brien had
denounced the robbery of arms from
the Norwegian bank in Cork Pdssige
some months since. Toe meeticg in
tbe park numbered 30,000 , and was
enthusiastic. The corporation of
Cork had previously presented Par
nell with an address of the local no
bles , and nearly all of the clergy ig
nored the demonstration.
AWAITING TUB SULTAN'S REPLY.
LONDONOct. . 2. It is now stated
that the government never contemp
lated and does not anticipate any
active hositilities growing out of the
eastern question. Yet the fleet may
T radically protect the Montenegrins
and advance on Dulcigno , the govern
ment approving the advance , should
the Sultan contine his opposition to
the enforcement of the terms of the
Berlin treaty. All the powers endorse
this programme , but will await the
Sultan's reply , which ia ezpected
Bpedtl dtapalcbcs to The Bee.
DDBUN , October 2 4 p. m. An
elaborate banquet will be given to P r-
neU on Sunday neit at the Victoria
hall at Cork. There will also bo a
grand parade with banners , music ,
wreaths of flowers , &c.
A Jf EW CANADIAN BISHOP.
A Dublin dispatch says Rev. Dr.
Cleary , parish , priest of Uungarvan ,
j County Waterford , has been appointed
by the pope bishop of Kingston , Can- '
HISTORY OF A DAY.
Venner , the Canadian weather
prophet , predicts snow between Oc. *
7th and 10th.
It is reported that Ayoob Khan ,
who had gone to Herat will shortly
mike an attack on Candahar.
Gen. Stewart L. Woodford , ad-
dresaed a monster republican meeting
at SpringGeld , III. , Saturday night.
The grand jury at Chicago returned
ninety-three indictments Saturday ,
and * mom > the indicted are Dr. Eirl
and Dr. Cream , the abortionists.
The horse distemper in New York
is thought by experienced horsemen
to be nothing more than a heavy cold.
Thus far no private stables have been
Over 1,000 people were present at a
demonstration at Kilkenny on
Friday , of the land league. Parnell
was tha principal speaker , Nothing
It is rumored that our government ,
aud that of Canada will refuae to
sanction the proposed pooling by the
cable company's and the scheme will
fail of accomplishment.
The impending strike of the Fall
River , Mass , cotton spinners hrs
been postponed. The matter is now
loft to a committee of one from each
mill with power to act.
Gen. Weaver in an Interview states
that he is not a traitor to his party.
and is severs upon Dyer Lum , who
publicly charged him with selling
out. By others Lum ia spokan of
and branded as a black-mailer.
The Smithsonian Institute at
Washington has another consignment
vof live snakes from the ever plade ?
of Florida ; one , a diamond raUieBinke ,
measuring six foot [ i length and one
nValter Windsor , a 17 year old boy ,
who brutally outraged and murdered
an aged maiden lady named Amelia
A. Potter , in Johnson Co. , R. I. , was
found gnilty of murder in thn r5t
degree an'd. sentenced to the state
prison fob life.
Senator Colliding made a short
speech at the Cincinnati exposition
Saturday afternoon and in the even
ing was given a grand reception by
the Lincoln club. The Garlield and
Arthur clubs numbering over five
thousand persons paraded the streets.
, Nathaniel White1 , an old timft abS-
Utionist , died Saturday' Concord ,
N. H. , of heart disease , aged 71. lie
was one of the wealthiest men m the
state and noted for his public acts.
He was a candidate for elector-at-
large on the republican ticket. His
death is a great loss to the city.
The city election at Newport , Ky. ,
Friday , resulted in the greatest vic-
toty for the republicans that they
have had for several years. The
mayor was elected by & majpHty qf
429 , and the republicans gained in
the school board and Council.
The Chicago postoffice , which , for
the past year has occupied the base
ment of the new custom hobsb , on
Saturday m'oVfed into its permanent
uarterion the first floor of the build
ing. This is the first time the office
lias had a home of its own since the
Representatives of the combined
aochliaj ; and labor patty of K ngs Co. ,
New York , met Sunday and nominat
ed R. R. Stockhener , for congress in
the 2nd district. They also nomin
ated candidates for county auditor ,
coroner , comptroller and city auditor.
The Chicago Jockey Club Park ,
and buildings are bold on a judg
ment for $30,0.00 , byBeemisabrewer ,
who will give the company tan days
time in which to reorganize and re
gain the property if they pay up. The
company is said to have lost $10,000 ,
last year and $11,000 , this year.
The Dominion government will dis
tribute one thousand tons of super
phosphate , as a sort of chromo to in
duce Canadians to abstain from emi
grating , to the various agricultural
societies. They receive the phoV
phate from a French firm to whom
they hsve sold large tracts of phos-
phao land. This firm will erect a
factory at Montreal.
George O. Jones chairman of the
finance committee of the national
greenback committee gives the he di
rect to Dyerlum , the disgruntled ex-
assistant secretary of the national
greenback-labor committee , who
charged that Gen. Weaver , the grer n-
back presidential aspirant , was receiv
ing money from the republicans.
Jones further stiteb that Dyer is ma
liciously inclined and knows that he
Tammany Hall and Irving Hall
democrats of New Yerk city are liable
to got into a muddle as the latter- are
not at all inclined to sit tamely by and
aee Boss Kelly dictate the candidate
for mayor of the city. John Fox ,
the mogul of the Irvingites , declares
that he will not submit to Kelly's dic
tation after his having tried to break
np the party. Another attempt to
make up will be speedily made , and
failing in this , Fox says they will
leave Kelly out. ia the cold. This
rash move , however , will not be made
till after the Indiana election.
Mad from Malaria.
Special Diipttch to The Bee.
JERSEY Crrr , N. J. October 3 10
p. m. Mrs. Mary Doyle threw ter
two months old baby out of the win
dow Saturday , killing it instantly.
After the mother had thrown the child
out , her husband tried to seize her
and she threw him violently to
the flo r and a party of men rushed to
his aid , one of whom was also thrown
to the floor. Five men finally over
powered her aud six men , including
two officers , were required to carry her
to the wagon for removal to the station
house. Mrs. Doyle has been suffering
from m&laria for the past month and
was at times very flighty. During
the past week , she had a mania for
wandering away from home.
SpecUl Dispatch to THI Bn.
SAN FRANCISCO , October 4 la. m.
The republican primary election on
Saturday in San Francisco , resulted
in a triumph for the friends of Gen.
John F. idler , for senator. The
Morning Examiner appears to-day in
the interest of Lloyd Ferris as demo
cratic candidate for the senate. A
combination will ba effected between
the Worklngmen and democrats to have
but one ticket for legislative candi
dates. The fusion is not yet complet-
e3 but no doubt will be in a few days.
Our Minister to the Sandwich
Islands Sets Himself up
As a Supreme
A Long Lrst of Complaints
for Evarts' Ears.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 4 , 1 a. m.
Celso Caesar Morenas , late minister
of foreign affairs for King Kalaukua
of the Sandwich Islands , is now here
awaitifg the return of Secretary
Evprts , to whom be intends prefer *
in : ; charges against Minister Comly.
1C Morenas' statements are correct ,
Comly has bt en trying to exercise
authority , which even the" office of
Minister Plenipotentiary would not
justify. Mortnas went to the Sand
wich Island ? fur the purpose c f estab-
liahing cable and steamship communi
cations with countries east and treat ,
lie t s ens that Minister Comly has
opposed every improvement thdfc was
proposed for the Sandwich Islands on
the ground that they did not care to
have ahlp connections with other
countries , nor cable connections.
The American miniator Beamed to ex
ercise asirfcof patronizing air over
all the island ; , and threatened thorn ,
with the veugence of the United
States if they did not do so and BO.
According to MorSnas , the King and
people of the Sandwich Islands are in
tavor of improvement , bul mission-
aires fight the idea ; KalankuM min
istry was opposed to cable and steam-
ahtp subsides , and Morenos defeated
them , and in accordance with English
predecent the Kink decided that their
defeat made them unworthy of confi
dence. Then it waa , that he Selected
Morenos as minister of forejgtl ffairt.
Comly , urged to it byinlasionaires ) as
, Mor > eaaa claims , tBads tile fight a per
sonal one and insisted that Horenas
should be dismissed. The pressure
becime so great that dismissal took
place. Acting upon the King's ad-
vco : Moron aa came to the the United
States to lay the faets , before the
authorities. On His way he Balled lip -
bn General Garficld and Gbv. Foster
of Ohio , and other republicans , all of
whom endowed hint t Wllen he
retched Washington he edited at once
r.poil Secretary Sherman , who gave
him a letter of introduction to Mr.
Evjuts , which he is anxiously waiting
A private letter received here from
StikaJ Alaska , states that several pros-
' have returned to that place ,
ringing with thonl rich epaclmens of
gold and other vacation Bearing
A large number of clerks will leave
here to day for Ohio and Indiana to
participate in the elections in those
Scenes of Disorder at a New
Orleans Hotel Fire.
SpecUl Dispatch to The Bee.
NEW ORLFAKS. October 4 1 a. to.
At 10 o'clock Sunday morning a fire
waa discovered in the ceiling between
tne engine room and laundry in the
rear ot the St. Charles Hotel , which
waa at first thought to be but slight ,
but subsequently turned out to be
more serious than anticipated. The
hotel engine was immediately out to
work and an alarm turned in. The
salvage Corps was quickly on l the
scene and attempted to check the fire
but to no avail , aa it had reached the
elevator and the draft , caused by the
same , fanning the flames to such an
extent that they reached the roof of
the building , In the meantime , the
fire department went to work on the
Common street side of the structure
and in a short time had streams of
water pouring on the burning mats in
all directions. The wildest panto and
confusion prevailed rniong the guests
and employes of the hotel ; evcr/ono
rushing with their personal effects ,
seeking a place of safety. The united
exertions of the fire department and
the Salvage and Babcock corps suc
ceeded in getting the flauiea extin
guished at 12 o'clock. The part of
tliu building consumed is known as
Ue working department. The lower
portion , whore the fire originated is
partially destroyed , while the two
uppermost stories are completely gutted -
ted The logs will amount to 325,000
or § 30,000Jwhich is.covered by in
surance. The owner states that in
two weeks time ; ho will have ihat
portion destroyed , rebuilt , and will
have every department in working
order and ready for guests. When
the fire was first discovered , the busi
ness manager of Miles Juvenileopera
compiny , immediately blew his wnis-
tie and in less than five minutes the
entire i roupo congregated at hia room
w th traps and baggage and marched
out two by two as if on parade.
BISMABK , D. T. October 4 1. a.
m. The Indian Bureau has arranged
with the war department for the care ,
during the winter , of the two thous
and Siour Indians , who have surren
dered during the summer. Supplies
will be forwarded from here to Fort
Keogh , near where they ara encamp
The following games of baao bal
were played October 2.
CINCINNATI Cincinnati , 10 ; Buck
eye , 2.
CHICAGO Buffalo , 4 ; Chicago , 7
only'.eight innings were playd.
HOLYOKE , Mass. Worcheater , 2
Troy , 4.
WASHINGTON Cleveland , 8 ; Na
tionals , 1.
SACRAMENTO , Cal. Oct. 4,1 a. m.
On Friday Mrs. George Hamilton
sent a note asking an interview wit !
her husband , from whom she had sep
arated. He called on her and during
the conversation she shot him dead
The ciuae was-jealousy. Last winte
> ho shot and severely wounded the
young lady who bad excited he ieal
Razed not Raised.
SpecUl Dispitth toThe B
CHICAGO , Oct. 4 , 1 a. m. Joseph
Arl was yesterday engaged in raisin ]
his housBj a one story frame structur
on Arnold strojt , being aiststcd by
his aona Joe a"hd John. They had
got It to a height of about eight 'feet
from tha ground , when it luddonly
fell and Joe , Jr. . was instantly killed ,
while John was fatally Injured ;
Joseph , Sr. escaped. The hoBM wa
wrecked and a stove thrown over , set
ting fire to the building , and'charring
the body of young Ar' ' , before the
flames could be extinguished
St. Marks Eoiscopal church , cor
ner of 36th and Cottage Grore avenue
eight fire yesterday afternoojj from a
defective flae , and was damaged to
the extent of three thousand dollara ;
insurance $5,000. , *
CHICAGO BABE BAIL.
A series of eight ball games has
been arranged between theChicagos
and Nationals ; a part of them to be
played in Washington , a part in Balti
more. The first will be playedin Wash
ington on Saturday next. The Chicago
cage te m will probably DH Disbanded
after these gamed , until tfi1 * "
of next season's campilg'.i.
MABKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Niw YORK , October 2 1 p. m.
MONEY At 2i per cent ; exchange steady
tJ S. 6V81 101 } O.S.1'4. . . 1 07J
U.S. B's 1 02l CurreucyC'S. ' 1 SB
tl.S-4'a 1 OS *
Moderately active and advancsd J@U per
cent since the opening. i
The bank statement is unfavorable.
The following are the changes : Loans
decreased , $880,400 ; specie increased ,
$103,700 $ ; legal tenders decreased ,
$150,900 $ ; deposits increased , $804-
500 ; circulation decreased , § 245,800 ;
reserve decreased ) $2-13,325.
Cnlc = uo Produce Market.
- CHICAGO , O'ctober 2 ,
Wheat No. 2 spring } sold at 92j
JJc 4for October ; 93043 for November -
vember , closing at 94@94Jo for cash ;
94 Jo for October ; 94c for No. 3 ; 93c
or the year.
Corn No. 2 , 3939c for Octo-
> er ; 4040gc § for November ; 39J@
39icfor the year , closing at 39i@39gc
or cash and October ; 40gc for No
vember ; 4444c for May.
Rye Steady at 82c for cash orOc -
B. rley No. 2 , 74Jc for cash or Oc-
; ober ; 76c for November.
Pork Closed at § 18 00 for cash ;
$18 00@18 25 for October ; $12 65
$12 Q7 for November ; gl2 15@12 20
for December ; $12 15@l2 20 for the
year ; $12 75 fof January.
L srd § 7 80@7 82 for cash , Octo-
> er and November ; $7 72J for the
rear. _ _
Live Stock. ,
CHICAGO , October 2.
Hogs Sales at $4 65@5 00 for heavy
> acking ; $4 85@5 00 for light pack-
ng and shipping ; $5 00 < ga 30 for
; oed to choice heavy shipping lots ;
Receipts , 10,560.
Cable The excessive receipts yes-
erday and the large number of all
kinds left over created dullcss.
Among the lots were three or four
arge dioves of extra prime steers , for
W.-ich'&o suitable offer has been made ;
, heir averages ranged from 1,700 to
1,950 pounds , are still in the pens ; the
receipts of Texan steers and olllar
weilern cattle Were again liberal , but
no sales of any kind of stock were re-
lorted uo to 11 o'clock ; the' market
vaa entirely nominal at present qao-
ations.tho pens at the present writing
) eing filled with stock ; fresh receipts )
YorS Produce Marten
HEW YORK , October 2.
Flour Round hoop Ohio , § 4 50 ®
4 95 ; choice , do , $5 00@6 00 ; super
fine weatern , S3 50@4 05.
Wheat Chicago , 81 07@1 08 ; Mil
waukee , Si 08 ; No. 2 red winter ,
Corn Quiet ; No. 2 , 62o
Oats White No. 1,44c ; No. 2 , 42 ®
42 Jo ; No. 3 , 40@401c ; mixed No. 1 ,
42c ; No. 2 do , 4U@42c.
Pork SID 00@19 70 for October ;
$13 5014 50 for the year.
Lard 88 30@8 32J for October ;
$825@8 27ifor November ; $8 22j@
8 25 for December ; $8 22J@8 25 for
Ht. boulB FTOQUCO.
ST. Louis , October 2.
Flour Firm and unchanged
Wheat No. 2 red,94gc for cash ;
9494io for October ; 96J@96jo for
November ; 97icfor December ; 94& ©
94jo for the year ; No. 3 , 89@89Jc. "
Corn 38go for cash ; 39i@39gc for
November ; 38j@38o | for Decombar ;
38@38jc for the year ; 44c for May.
Oats 29J@29jc for cash ; 30c for
Rye Slow ; 82Jcbid.
Barley Unchanged ; choice to fancy ,
Whisky Steady at $110.
Bacon § 5 75@5 87i@8 87i@0 00(2 (
Lard Firm at | ? 707 80.
Receipts Flour 6,000 brls , wheat
75,000 bu , corn 51,000 bu , oats 41. .
000 , bn , rye 6,000 , barley 8,000.
Shipments Hour 13,000 brls
whea't 146,000. bu , corn 31,000 bu
oata 6,000 bu.
St-ixjuls Live stock.
ST. Louis , October 2.
Hogs Quiet ; Yorkers and Bil
timores , $4 754 85 ; mixed pack
ing , $4 65@4 95 ; butchers to fancy
95 0035 25. Receipts , 3,700 ; ship
ments , 5,800.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
OISCEWATI , October 4 1 a. m.-
Between 2 and 3 o'clock yesterda ;
afternoon James Mack's saw-mil
planing mill , ship yard , seveaal smsl
houses and some immense piles o
lumber , situated in the eastern part o
the city , were entirely consumed b
fire. The fire caught from a lightei
cigar thrown upon some shavlngt
The yards andbuildings burned covej
ed fiva acres. It wss one of the lioi
test fires that has ever been
Cincinnati for some time.
? § 0,000 ; Ipjurance , ? 2 2,000.
DOMESTIC DOING ? ,
John Kelly Squeezes the
"Sinews of War" of
the New York Police.
The Eight of Women to Vote in
Utah Affirmed by the Su
preme Court ,
General Demand for Irish
Laborers in the South-
Carl Schnrz Violently Irritated
By tiie Conundrums of a
t - '
Roscoe Conkling Royally En
tertained at the Metro
polis of Ohio.
The Presbyterian General
John Kelly's Latest Move.
Special DLjpatch to The Bee.
NEW Yoftk , October 24 p. m.
There is considerable excitement in
police circles at the open assessment
of members of the force for political
purposes. Yesterday was pay day ,
and when the men were mustered
there was road to them a circular
pledging the utidersignfed to subscrip
tions for political purposes. It was
especially stated in the circular that
the subscription was voluntary. The
captains' subscription is fixed at $100 ,
sergeants at 825 , roundsmen and pa
trolmen at $10 eacb.
"WorHen ilay Voie In Utah.
Special Dispatch to fjieife } ;
SALT LAKE , October 2 L p. m. -
The Supreme court yesterday de
livered tto opinion on the woman suf
frage , deciding the act constitutional
and that woman are entitled to' vote at
all elections in this territory. Chief
Justice Hunter delivered tbe opinion ,
Associate Justice Emerson agreeing ,
and Associate Boreman dissenting.
Boreman has resigned his judgghip ,
this being his last case. The Gentiles
from governor down , are very indig
nant on account of the adverse opin
ion , while the .MorrhtJtia arti corres
pondingly jubilant as th6 decision
saves them ten thousand votes.
SpecUl Dispatch to Tni Bis.
NEW Yonk , October 3 , 4 p. m
Several communications from the
south have been received recently at
the Castle Garden requesting that im
migrants being desirous of employ
ment be sent to the applicants. In
every instance Sapt. Connelly de
mands that reference from responsible
and well-known persons be furnished
ai to the character and responsibility
of the applicants in order to protect
the immigrants agiinst imposition.
The communications invariably sug
gest "Irish preferred. " Mr. Connel
ly sent 75 immigrant laborers to
Georgia yesterday to be employed on
the Georgia & Florida railroad atl 50
a day. The Eastern Texas railroad
has sent for 200 laborers to be em
ployed at § 1.25 a day.
Spaclai Dispatch to The tieo
CINCINNATI , October 3 4 p. m.
Senator Conkling remains in this city
for the Sabbath. He makes an ad
dress on industrial topics at the expo
sition this afternoon , and then has a
bception at the Lincoln club. Ho
rill spend a quiet Sunday here , and
; o to Indiana next week , making his
rat speech at Richmond Monday.
[ pedal Dispatch to The le !
FORT SMITH , Ark. , Oct. 2. A ter-
ible affray occurred late last night
near tbe Big Lent , between a man
name ! W. P. A. Jphnaon and a negro
named Crawford Morris. Both werG
intoxicated , and quarreled and drew
evolvers. Johnson was shot twice
hrough the stomach and once through
, ho lungs ; Morris was shot once
hrough the stomach. Both are Jnbw
The Usual Story ,
pedal dispatch to The Bee.
NEWBUKN , N. C. , October 2. 4 p.
m. Jrfmes Thomas and Mat Tisdale ,
two prominent citizens , got into a
dispute , resulting in a quarrel , in
which Tisdale cut his antagonist
throat from ear to ear with a razor ,
causing almost instant death , He at
once gave himeelf up and is now in
Ghungr How's Fortune.
Special Dispatch to las flim.
WASHINGTON , October 2 4 b. mi = -
The department of state is in receipt
of information from the United States
minister at Shanghai to the effect that
Chung How , laie Chinese minister to
Russia , who was sentenced to deatt
for his action in connection with the
Kuldja treaty and afterwards tempo
rarily reprieved , has at last been un
conditionally sat at liberty by direc
tion of his government.
Special Dispatch to The Bee
CLEVELAND , Oct. 2. Carl Schurz ,
to a direct question from a Fenny Prese
reporter : "Do you believe it is con
sistant with civil service reform tc
make political speeches , " replied
'Yes , why not. " When asked if he
believed GsrSeld's record pure and
honest , he got irritated , bit his cigar ,
spit violently and replying in the
affirmative , went to scribbling off c
speech in German. He declined tc
answer any further , similar questions
Presbyterians in Council.
Bpedal Dispatch to Tbe Bee.
PHILADELPHIA , October 2,4 p. m.
The last session of the Presbyteriai
council was convened this morning ir
Horticultural ball by Prof. D. R
Kerr , of Pittsburg. Miecelleneou
business being the only and rather in
definite order of the day , the attend
ance of delegates and visitors wa
small. To further the workln ;
of the council in Ihe future , the buel
nets committee recommended the ap
pointment of a standing committee b
each branch of the Presbyteria
church represented Jn.tfce alliance
with which the clerks of the council
maybe in correspondence upon any
topic whicli the business of the council
may require. The delpgates were in
structed to bring this letter to
the attention of the church. The
council acknowledged with thanks
the letter received from the Perth
conference. Friendly greetings were
also directed to to sent to the free
church of Breslau. A letter of greet
ing and good will was directed to be
sent to the Methodist Ecumenical con
ference , to bo held in London in 1831.
pruying for the BUCCESJ of the confer
Blocking ; the Lotteries.
Speritt Dispatches to Tnn Bra.
WASHINGTON , October 2 4 p. m.
The lottery mon wt-io before the post-
rmster-ceneral azain to-d y and pre
sented further arguments to induce
him to suspend the order relating to
the withholding of lottery mails. Mr.
Maynard refused , thus leaving the
order in force until pending cases In
the Supreme court are decided. The
postmaster - general leases here to
night to enter the campaign in Indiana - ,
Special Dispatches to The Bee.
CINCINNATI , October 3" Hon. Tom
Ecring writes from Arizona that ho is
convalescent from his accident , but
will not be able to participate in the
Ohio campaign. Ho says victory is
sure , and ono absent battle-axo won't
FOKT Saiitti , Ark. , October 3.
Deputy Marshall Rutherford was at
tacked on the 22d of September by
Seminole Indians. Ho succeeded in
escaping , but lost his horao aud pris-
NEW YORK , October 6. Ex-Judge
Hilton , of this city , declines to bo a
candidate for congress from the Twen
tieth district , aa hia business interests
preclude all thought of his accepting.
CINCINNATI , 0. , October 2. Twen
ty-four thousand dollars has been sub
scribed during tlia week to the art
museum , which leires about S17.COO
yet to bo raised. The exposition will
devote the proceeds next Saturday to
CINCINNATI , October 2. Timothy
Connell , foreman on the Cincinnati ,
Hamilton and Dayton railroad , while
switching trains his foot caught in the
frog and he waa killed by a freigh'
engine. Cohnell waa thirty years of
ago and leaves a wife and family.
Speclil Dls skh to The Baa.
CHICAGO , Octobef 1 1 a. m.
Gen. J. B. Weaver , greenback candi-
didate for president , spent Sui.day in
the city , resting. Ho has prepared P
card in which ho eels forth the amount
received for campaign purpoats , which ,
from all sources , amounts to $1,695
Of this sum he h s contributed to
Where S570 , leaving $1,125 , with
which to defray the expenses of his
long and laborious cimpaign. This
Bum does not reach by $100 his actual
expenses , and he denounces the state
ment that he is using the money of
either of the other parties to prose
cute his campaign. All of the money
that ho has received has come from
greenback funds , and as to knuckling
under to either the republican or
democratic leaders , he solemnly de
clares himself to be fighting them bit
BigBaking - .
SpccUl Dispatch to The Uee >
Sr. Louis , October 4 , 1 a. m. A
fire broke out at ten o'clock yesterday
morning in the O'Fallon fl"tir mill in
this cilyfind before it cnuld ba subdu
ed , it Ind almost completely destroyed
the structcre. The fire originated in the
third story , but from what cinee could
not be ascertained Thobuilding wai
valued at aljout 340,000. Among the
contents were 0,000 bihhels of wheat.
Loss not covered by insurance.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING
Crrr CLKRK'S Orr.cB. 1
OHtUA , sept. 29.h , ISSO. f
Seated proposal will be received by the under-
sl.ned until Tuesdiy everting , October 5th. at 7 }
oclccip m. . for the co s'ruciion aud rep\lr'njr
iltiuewalkc in front of andaij jiam the folioing * -
ing described premises , toit :
TO BE CONSTRUCTED.
WcC. GO feet of the out 1 8 fevt of lot 2 ,
Capitol add. , eouth > ldf 6iDodzflS',6 feetIde. .
West 70 fcit of tteea3t.C3fcetofIot2.Capltoi
add. , sou'.h side ot Dodiru St. , 6 feet w.de.
Lot 2 , south side ot ChKnjo Si , blk 57,6 feit
Lota 1 and S , tvcat side of l tb street , blk 261 ,
permanent gNde , 6 ttet wide.
Lota.tvea < I' ' . o9thiticctWk03 , temporary
Elide , 6 feet wide.
Lot 1 , south side of Canltol A\C. , blk 93 , tm-
pcrary gr Jinj , 6 feat wide.
Lot 1 , west aide of 9ttt aret , blk 93temporary
grading , B feet wide
L it 8 , west side cf th street , blk " ( temporary
iding. d fet wide.
Lota 7 and 8 , north side of Capitol Ave. , blk
70 , temporary griding Gfcctwida.
LoU , east side c.foth street , tli "D , " tsm-
porarv cra-iiDjf , 6feetId ; .
Eist Jollot 1Q , north aide Cummins street ,
blk ' 014 , temporary griding , 6 feet wide.
Lot 5 , eaat side of 2Jod atreet , blk 15 , tem
porary graclntr , 6 feet wide.
Lnt5 , east ido if 22nd street , blk 15 , 6 feet
w'dc.Lots , north tide cf California , street , blk IS ,
6 feet wide.
East I o : lot 10 , north aide of Cummlng street ,
blhl91 } . efettwlde.
I ota l > nd P , east side of 9th street , bl ! : "D , "
Of eet wide.
Lots 7 and 8 , north s'de of Capitol Avenue , bit
70 , U feet ride.
lal 8 , west sidy of Oth street , b'k 70 , S feel
iait 1 and S , west aide of 9th atrtet. blk 83 ,
6 f ° et wide
Lot I , south side of Capitol Ate. , blk 63 , a feel
Lot I , Biuth side of Douglas street , b'k 116
6 feet tide.
lot S , west side of 19th street , bile 114 , 6 feu
Lots 1,2. south } of 6 and 6 , west tide of 19:1 :
street , la Ilortach'a 2nd add. , blk 6,1 feet ide
South J of 1'its 2.3,4 , o , 8 , 7 > ' < d 8 , wes * si <
Of 19th street , m ilorbach'd 2nd add. , bli tt <
Lots 4 , S and 6 , trest side 19h street , In Her
Lots 2 and 3 , west tide ot 19.h street , E. V
Fwlihaddbik3 , * letawlde.
TO BE REPAIRED.
Lots < uth § of 8 , weat side ot 16th slrtet , bl ]
201 j , 10 feet Jtide
Lo'B 1 and 2 , south silo of Howard street
[ Kountze & Rmh's addition ] blk' . H fe't wi ie
L-.tS , west side of lth ttrett , blk 33 , C fee
wide.LoU 3 and 4 south side of Davenport street
blk 78 , 6 feit wide.
Iiorth i of 8 , neat si'Je of 16th street , bfe 193 ]
6 feet w.de
South \ of 8. west lido of 16th atreet , blk 201' '
Sucn sidewalks to be constructed find i epaii
ed of 2 Inch pine p'ank , flru quality , and to t
be lu w'dtb as aboTc specifier.
To be pild for In warrants drawn upon
tpactal rand ton leried upon the prope.-lr 1
ttont of and adjoining which f aid sidewalks a :
to be constructed or repalrf d
Each bid matt ba accompanied with a benIn
In the sum of Five Hundred Dollars , aa agua
antee that tbe bidder will arc pttbe con'ru
and perform tbe work in caic the same U let I
him. Bids to be opeord at the Orit regul :
meellosr of the city coonci' ,
All bids to b < > addressed to the ondenljn <
ana endorsed , "Propoeaa fc ; uoustrnctlne ai
rcpiirine sldewilk * ' The rlzht b reserved'
re feet aoy and all bids.
By order of ths City Council.
E p30-6t City Clerk.
A. UBERMANN ,
Cor. Douglas andJSth Sts.
Gives Great Bargains in ladies' and Gents
AMERICAN GOLD AND SILVER WATGES ' " *
All Kinds Of
JEWELRY , SILVER WARE AND DIAMONDS.
We Guarantee The Best Goods For The Least Money.
MORE POPULAR THAN EVER.
mm NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
The popular derrmml for the GRNTJINE SINGER in 1679 exc * deil thatof
any previous ilurinir the Quarter of a Cent ry in wr ich this "Old
Jicluble' ' Machine has been before the public.
In 1878 we sold 356,422 Machines. In 1879 we sold
431,167 Machines , Excess over any previous
year , 74,735 Machines.
Our sales last year were at the rate of over
1400 Sewing Machines a Day I
For eTcry tuslntsa day In the yeir.
The " O'd Reliable " Singer is the Strongest , the Simplest ,
the Most Durable Sewing Machine ever
That Every REAL Singer Sewing Machine haa their Trade
Mark cast into the Iron Stand and embedded in the
Arm of the Machine.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURINQ 00.
Principal Office : 34 Union Spare , New York-
1,530 Subordinate Offices in the United States and Canada , and IJ.OCO OHicW in the O'd
World and South America. neplf il&wt'
< " \ - ± -t
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k i IMV Ji * W ai iiwM V
? ,03rtalnf Sure and Spe2dy.
The only articleknownihatWill
eradoafe\\\\s \ \ disease
Jff ' 77 OV7y I rOn IHw SjrSi Gfli *
The Nebraska and Iowa State
Pairs re-echo the verdict of the
World's Great Expositions at
Paris , London , "Vienna and
Philadelphia. The only diplo
mas giv.en at both these Fairs
were awarded for work done on
the silent No. 8 Wheeler &
Wilson Sewing Machine. Foi
proof of this read the offlcia
list of premiums.
Sales room , 569 15th St.
( Jacobs Block ) Omaha , Neb.
L B WILLIAMS
& SONS ,
Cor. Dodge nml Fifteenth Sts.
We open and Place o& .
sale , Monday * Sept. 13th ,
two cases of our 48 In. Blk.
Cashmere at $1.00. Also
Wavy Blue , ' Wine , Gen
darme , Dark Green , Pheas
ant Brown , Coachman's
Drah , Marine Blue , Olive ,
etc. , with novelties especial
ly made to comhine with
the ahove ,
First Quality All Wool
For Ladies'Sacks in Royal
Blue Old Gold , Navy , Cherry ,
and all the latest Shades.
LADIES' CLOTH for Ladies
and Children's Suits in 24 , 27
48 and 54 in , widths.
SELECTED STILES IN
Fall GalldOfl ,
CAMBRICS AND FOULARDS
.n ' Beautiful Design ? .
We Display the latest novel
ties in these useful Dress ma-
; eriala , many of which are ex
Ameiican and Scotch
ROMAN & CLAN PLAIDS.
Extensive lines in the
ahove goods in the latest
patterns to select from.
L. B. WILLIAMS & SONS ,
1422 and 1424 Dodge St.
nCUTO WASTED to ut > Dr. CHASES
AUtN I O 2000 RECIFE BO.K Stilt at
Sight. Yoadoubl yur money Addrc Vr.
Chui"i Printing House , Ann Arbor , Midi.
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