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OMAHA , - - - - - NEP
FOREIGN EVENTS ,
The Eastern Question is
Daily Becoming More
All the Powers Accept England's
Demands to Coerce the
Who , After Haggling All the
While , Plays His
Best Cards ,
And Sets About Inciting Mus-
Belmana to a Religious War _
Through a New
Terrible Colliery Accident
Near Brest Fifty Men
France Excited Over the Fetes
in Honor of the Maid
of Orleans ,
Rioting in Two Irish Counties ,
Special Dispatch to The Bcs. '
, October 0,1 a. m.
What has boeu for some time feared
cs poislble , uow eccins to bu immi
nent. The dilatory policy of the
ports h&s not been without an ade *
o motive behind it. Tlio porto
held in rjsttv o if 3 strong cards ,
and tbe'o arc now about'lo bo played.
Tha purpose of the porto is to call in
to play the religious fanaticism of the
whole Malionuncdan rase , and to use
this as a means of inciting the people
ta i rebalance , even to death , against
the united powers of Europe. To this
end , there lira been put in circulation
among the people , a ropotl tnat a
prophecy has lately been discovered
which poioli but the exact proaeht
coudition/of alfaira a ? between Ma-
hpmmcdana and Ofariatians , and pre
dicts lhat , at this moment , Mahomme-
dans will CQIUO to the defence of their
temporal and spiritual head ) Iho eul-
tau ; aud not only driVe back the
, who aroesailing him
but cnsblo him to carry ou an aggre's
ivo war into other territory. The
prophecy , in aomo respects , rcaombles
that of Mother Shipton in England ,
and Euts forth that the time han now
arrived vrlioti the faithfnl disciples ol
Maaomtt must fight for their religion
and country , and that a complete vie
toty will crown their efforts. The
all Mlalom centres , are
urging him to proclaim a religious war.
and to call on hia people to driva the
infidel dogs from Turkish toil. Tao
situation is very critical.
ANOTIIEU COLLIEUY DISASTER ,
S pedal DltPilch to The Bee.
REKI.IX , October 0 , 1 a. m. A
frightful collier. ? accident occutrcd
yesterday at KMluatz , near Brest , and
some fifty pjraons were auffjcat.il.
THE WAP. CLOUD.
SpccLJ Dbp tch to T&oC o.
LONDON , October 9,1 A. m. A dis
patch from R grra tays the Albanian
Catholic tubes have joined Rizi
IVs'aa , who has withdrawn all reserves
rom the DulcJgno dtstricta , it ; < j ba-
iored as n rusa io induce Montenc-
to attack the threoTurk'sh mon-
of-war at Dulcigao.
A Berlin dispatch saya all of the pow
ers hare agreed upon the coercive
measures proposed by England.
IRELAND is AKMS.
DL pjtcli to The Bco.
DUBLIN , Octobsr 9 , 1 a. m. The
counties of Galway ahd JIayo have
} san ofiiclally proclaimed as in a state
of riot , and an exttu force of polcj :
will proceed Ihcro immediately.
Special Diapalch to The Ecei
ROME , Octobar 9 , 1 a. m. King
Humbert has granted a decree of am
nesty to Maj. Canzio , Garlbeldi's son-
MAID OF OULEANS FETES.
Special OUpateh to The Bee.
PARIS , October 9 , 1 a. m. Some
anxiety is felt hero concerning the
erection of a statue to Joan of Arc at
Corapiegno to-day , the place whcro
she WAS captured by the tiur undians
and delivered to the English" , who
burned her at the staVe in Rouen.
Gambetta was invited io speak on the
occasion , as ho usually doei at Ver
sailles , ontheanniversaiy of the birth
of Gan. Hoche , but declined. How
ever , Joan of Arc being the represen
tative par excellence of French patri
otism , Gambet'a and the council of
ministers feared that the German gov
ernment would find fault with any pa
triotic exhibition which might bo made
by the rct-resontatiuea of the French
government , as was the case with the
recent ceremonies at Cherbourg. The
festival at Compiegno will last three
days , beginning to-day. It will ter
minate in n grand banquet , at which
many patriotic speeches will tindoubt-
odly be delivered , but not by any per-
aomges sufficiently prominent to give
umbrage to Germans.
How We Grow.
! Specul Duratchea to The Bee.
NEW YORK , Oct. 9 , 1 a. m. Th
"Celtic , " from Liverpool yesterday
broucht G47 passengers ; the "Silesia , "
from Hamburg , 44U ; and the "Neck-
ar , " from Bremen , 830 passengers.
' All were apparently in good healtl
and of material adapted for the deveL
opraent of the resources of the Greal
Ote Troubles Feared.
Special DlSMtch to The Bet.
WASHINGTON , October 9,1 a. m.
The commissioner of Indian aflaiaj
has received dispatches from Cedai
Creek and Loa Pines agency , Colorado
rado , relating to the recent trouble
with the Utes , growing out of thi
murder of the son of Chief Cha
nariauxby a teamster. The IJtes wen
all In arms , and were determined to
kUl the murderer , but citizens of Ce !
dar Creek interfered , and after extra
ordinary exertions on their part , bent
Utes gave him up to three excellen
citizens that he might be taken to he
garrison to-awajt trial. This arrange
ment was satisfactory to the accused
and his frien&B , and the par'y Bel out
for the garrison. Three miles from
Cline's ranche , where the affair took
pae ! , they werqinterrcptcd by white
men and Indians and compelled at the
point of pistols to surrender the pris
oner. Tno * result is all conjec'uro.
Tha situation In perilous.
A Racy Episode in the Check
ered Career of a Nebraska
Correspondence ot The Dec.
FAIRMONT , Neb.- , October 7.
"Harry Edwards" is the nimo of a
race horse otrnod in Fairmont former
ly .by Jeff Wells , but at present by J.
\y .EIlcr. On tha night of Septem-
bar 19lh , the horse was stolen from
filler's etiWe , and as soon as thia fact
was made known in the town great ex
citement and interest was manifested ,
for the horae was a pot of the whole
country and very valuable. Eller im
mediately offered a liberal reward for
Having settled in their minds which
way the horae had been token , five
men of mettle tlarted in pursuit
outhward , going toward Rubens ,
ansas , a noted thief den , where they
xpccted. and afterward really did
nd the raining animal.
Arriving at .Rubens , Kansas , they
earned thai a supposed thief had been
rresl d on suspicion , and a valuable
oifo foUnd in his possession was hold
y his captors , frdm one of whom
nraes the following story , so far as it
elatea to his caplure :
The town of Rubens is situated on
Vhite Rock river , in Jewell county ,
nd is diflicult of approach by stran
gers at ulghl on account of brush sur
rounding the ford. Three stores , a
postoffico , lodging house and half a
lozeu other buildings constitute the
Late on the night of September 20th
L man rode up to the door of the
edging house and asked lodgings for
ho night. The woiiian who opened
ho dotfr informed him that the beds
vCere all full and thay could find no
place for him. He stated that ho was
weary from a long journny and filioUld
be glii if they ttould allow him a
place On the floor. T0 this aho con
sented , and ca\od \ ! her husbind to take
liis honsa to the stable. Ha assured
lier that ho would take care of his o n
liorso , and proceeded t * do so. When
lie came hh55 entertainers began to
* iUesUon him as to whore ho lived and
where ho was going , but his answers
xvero so indefinite and unsatisfactory
as to arouse the suspicions of the old
woimn. Soon ho was asleepi and the
landlady tried to petanado nor hus .
band to go after an officer and have
him arreited on suspicion of beiog a >
havsa , thicfi Hte. Jiowever , would.
formed her that her imagination" was-
always troubling her. But this 3id
not allay her suspicions , and she pro
ceeded to Scan first the features of the
stranger , and then she inspected his
horeo. The animal appeared to her a
tempting prize , and she led him into a
hiding place in the thicket ol brush
and tied him there , to remain at least
In the morning when the stranger
went out and found his horse gone , he
immediately asked the woman vhat
she had done with his horso. She
told him he took care of his own
horao , and inquired in a disinterested
tone where he had tied it. Ha in
formed her that ho had tied the ani
mal to that wagon , pointing to a ve
hicle-.standing near the house. In an
swer to this she related that the bpye
of Belolt were in the habit of visiting
her girls , and the neighbor boys , who
were jealous , sometimes let their
horaca loose , tied them in other places
and resorted to various means of an
noyance. She said that if he would
como in and take breakfast now aho
would help him find the horse.
Meanwhile she lent word to an offi
cer to come at once and cautiously. If.
After breakfast she got him started
off in a different direction from 'thai
n which the horae was , and when the
officer came she instructed him to fol-
ow her at a distance , and went in the
Approaching the stranger , she tolc
lim that some men were in town look-
ng for a stolen horse and the thief '
.hough really she was fibbing to him
She gave a very minute description o
: ho horse he had ridden , and whicl
10 supposed she had never seen , rep
resenting that such was the one miss .
ng. Emboldened by the anxiety hi
: hun manifested , sha eatd'the mat
who.was supposed to bo the thief "hat
a scar on his forehead , " and say in
.his she raised his hat brim and con
tinued : "There is the scar , and I ba
liovo yon are the thief. " Ho imme
diately fled to the brush , but the offi
cer and citizans , who were thoi
aroused , being well acquainted will
bhe region , soon succeeded in captur
ing him ; and both he and the hors
were prisoners when the posse fron
The' captors demanded $1,000 fo
the raleasa of both prisoner and hoise
"but Mr. Eller said he only wanted th
horse , and would give the reward of )
fured for returning the horse to Fair
- mont , if they would return him tin
horse on the other side of the Nebraska
ka line ; that the man was wanted b
the state of Nebraska , and woold bi
taken by requisition , unless he enter
ed Nebraska voluntarily. Thia plai
seemed to please the prisoner , wh
was none other than Jeff Wells , bu
his captors would not let him go unless
less they were paid a ransom. Ncgc
tiations and wranglings occupied moa >
- . of the night. Finally the ransom wa
settled , and Jeff Wells voluntarily ac
companied hii old neighbors back t
Fairmont , from whence he was sent t
Lincoln for safe keeping till the tira
of trial. JAY.
SpecUl Dispatch to The Be
CHICAGO , October 9 , 1 a. m. T <
day will bo observed as a holiday i
- Chicago in memory of the great fii
! of October 9,187L There will bo i
grand military parade.
St. liouls Live Stock.
e- ST. Louis , October 8
a- Hogs Fairly active ; lower ; Yorl
era and Baltimores , § 4 60@4 65 , ml
nt ed packing , ? 1 504 70 ; butchers I
fancy. $4'805 10 Receipts , 9,7fl
re- shipments 3,900.
POLITICAL POINTS. _
Republicans Certain of
Next Tuesday ,
But Will Contend With Foreign
Timgs-and - ,
eis From Chicago ,
Plaisted Elected Governor
of Maine -and Will be
Grant Now Denies Ho Ever
U , '
Said Such Things About '
Special Dispatch to Tns BH.
CHICAGO , Oct. 9 , 1 a. m , A special
from Indianapolis gaya : "The situa
tion in lJ'S state may be expressed in a
few wt-rds ; the democrats are import
ing a hatd lot of .repoatew r.nd ahoul-
dfir-hittora from Now York , Philadel
phia , Cincinnati , Louisville , St. Louis
and Chicago to browbeat republican
voters and to vote illegally The re
publicans are well organized and will
protect voterB and the ballot boxes
whenever they can. The democrats
have control of tha official machinery
of the stile and of many of the coun
ties , and will make the utmost possi
ble of this advantage. They a < e spend
ing money like water in some of the
interior counties. At the best , the
result next Tuoiduy will bo very close ;
with any thing like a full vote and au
honest count , the republicans will bu
successful , but ther'o are sa many con
tingencies that the leaders of neither
party now feel confident. The demo
crats pretend to be confident , but it
is a mere pretense ; they are nervous
and feirful. The republicans will
probibly carry the day , but are not
sure. They do not waiit their friends
in other state * to bet on the result ,
although they really think bets on
Portar for governor would be a safe
CHICAGO'S OVER ZEALOTS
Tito fJhicigo papers are making
fihaqjeu and counter charges about the
coionlza'ion ' of voters in Indiana ; but
uvorj thing ia given in the form of
vague rumor , and no credit
most of. thq storleu by the general pub
lic. The Tribune says Mayor Harri
son hns snipped all the criminals and
hard characters from Chic.igo into In
diana to vote the democratic ticket.
Ho is now going to send a detachment
of unumformed police at the city's ex-
11 ponsu ostensibly to held to keep order
51 at the polls , but really to stuff the bal
| lot boxes.
j Grant Didn't Say So.
I Special dispatch to Tno Boo.
. -CLEVELAND , Oct. 0 , . 1 a , m. Xfee
ElaiwWlar.fil.ihis city publ'alia ? an
- TuT5rvlowTrf i rre'apouaeiitwitri.\Jtip.
Grant , who emphatically denied'using
the words attributed to him towards
Gen. Hancock by Dr. Fowler. Ho
BayH his confidence ) was viulitsd aud
hia language wholly misrepresented.
Gen. Granc say ? , "If I said anything
in any way refloating on Gen. Han
cock , published in the interview with
Dr. Fowler , he misrepresents me en-
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
NEW YeRK , Oct. 9 , 1 a. m. Ex-
, Gov. Seymour delivered an address
last evening before a crowded audience
at Chickcring Hall. Among the prom
inent democrat that occupied seats
upon the platform were Mayor Coop
er , ex Lieut. Gov. DoraheimBr , August
Belmonr , Judge Rapallo , ex-Comp
troller Orcutt , Augustus Schell and
number of others. Hon. Townsend
Cox presided and introduced Govern-
ar Seymour , who was received with
cheers and applause , listing full ;
Hancock's Silence ,
Special Dispatch to The Hoc.
. i NEW YORK , October 9 , 1 a. m.
It is believed by intimate friends ol
idit Gen. Hancock that ha will do nothing
about the published interview of Dr
1- Fowler with Gen. Grant. Gen. Han.
110 cock still declares that he does-not be
lieve that the ex-president made an
Id such statement about him.
t- Maine's Governor.
, Special Dispatch to The Bco
a.of , BOSTON , Oct. 9,1 a. m. The Globf
ofh has Information of a meeting of th
h Maine republican state committee
P- Thursday. Ono of the matters dia
.310 cussed waa the alleged technical erroi
10 in Plaist d's vote. The election ol
in Pl.usted was conceded , and also thai
id he would be inaugurated. The state
'BQ ; ment of the papers that 1,39-1 vote
Q- were cast for Harrison , Hiram , Har
J- ris and Morris Plaistsd , is false. I
0- was based on a hasty report of th
fi311 town clerks. The records of iho towni
311 named have been examined and fount
th to bo correct for Harris M. Plaisted
ir83 Technically and absolutely , Plaistec ;
83m has n plurality of about thrco hundrcc
m votes. The official returns of towr
clerks will not bo opened until th
or : legislature meet ? , but they will )0
, like the town records.
f- MARKETS BY TELEGRAPD
10 New York Money and Stocks.
IS- WAU , ETKEJT , October 8 4 p. m.
ISby ; Monej S } ; cxcb&ngo steady at $4 Sljl ( 81.
iran U.S. 6's. ' 81 . 1 043 U.S.4'8 . 1 07
an U-S. 5'a . 1 02 } Currency O's. . 1 It
hout U.S. 4i' . 10S3
n- Dull ; declined J tolc since opcnme , wit
nQm exception ol L. i N.
U . 971 MO
3tas C- . 13U U.P.
as 39i CC& 1C .
iC- Ene prcfd . 9oJ Lackaw nn > . . . _ 91
iCto i1 } . 117 lludaonCanal. . . . 8J
LaleShore . 103 NJC . 7-
JQ Northwestern . 103 M&E
DQN'orthwesUm pfd.2 | KeadtagiIJl ; " " "ji
' ' ' " " " "
Ohio'S ! : } NP..V."I" " ' . " " . " . |
SU Pant 92 1 !
St. Paulpfd. 118
. . . . .
St Joe.-i CB&O is
SUJoepfd 8f ChattanooKa" ! " " e
W btsh JCV A&P. . . . " " "t
Wabash pM C34 SanFnn . z
in 41t Alton
ire Omahapfd SlJ HT . . " , " . i
a O. P 73 A. 4 0 11
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO , October 8.
Wheat Stronger and higher ; No.
soring , 94j95 ) | for October ; 95J
97c for November ; 94 $ < § 955e for tl
year , closing at 95Jc for cash ; 95
for October ; 962c" for Novembe
97 c for December ; 95c for the yea
Corn Declined J@Jc No. 2 sold i
3839jc for October ; 392@40jo for
November ; 44J@44gc for May , closing
at S9c for cash or October ; 40c forNo-
vember ; 40 c for December ; 44j@44
for May. |
Oats Higher ; No. 2 , 2flg@29jofor
cashr 29J293 for November , '
closing at v9jcforcash ; 29i@29ofo §
October or November.
Kye Unchanged at 82c for as
83c for November ; 84c for Decem
Barley -TTnchangedj No. 2 aold at
76c ; No. 3,660 , ?
1'ork OloseJ at J18 00 for cash ;
§ 18 20 for Octobs-r ; § 12 27 * ' for November -
vembor ; § 11 93312 00 for D'ecomber ;
§ 12 75 for January.
Lwd Closek aJ 53 42J for Cilsh
or Ootobor ; 8 07i for November ,
87 9537 99i Decem"btr.
Bt. ixjula Produce.
ST. Louis ,
1'lonr Stronger nd
S3 7o4 03 ; XXX , $430140 ; fanr-
ily , $4 G0@4 75.
Wheat Active , strong- and higher ;
No. 2 rod , 9697c cash and Ostober ;
98JS99V for November " ; 99gc@l 01
for December1" ; ? ! 09@1 Hi for Jan-
nary ; § 1 OGJ@1 $1 07 for the year. , .
Corn Lower at dSjc for cash : 3S |
@ 38gc fir October ; 38c for Decem
ber ; 43 Jc for May.
Oats Higher at 2929o for cash ;
30531c for December ; 34o for May.
Pork-Dull ; jobbing at $16 00-
Dry Silt Meats Nominally 55 00 ®
7 80(58 ( 10.
Bacon Ddll at $5 75@8 75@9 00.
Lirtl Higher atS 25 aeked ; 58 12i
Receipts Flour 8OdO brls , wheat
127,099 hu , corn 57,000 bu , oats 51-
000 , bu , rye 4,000 , bu , barley 40,000
Shipments Flour 16,000 brls ,
wheat 115,000 bu , corn 6,000 bu ,
oats * l.OOO bu , rye 1,000 bu , barley
New York Prdduce Markei
i Ew YORK , 6ctober 8.
Flour Receipts , 12.418 bbls ; salea ,
18.000 bbls ; market firm , and fairly
active for export and home tr'ddo. .
. Wheat Irregular } Chicago , Si 10 ®
1 11 ; Milwaukee , 1 10@1 11 ; No 2
red , § 1 13@113j No. 4,81 13 J ; No
vember ; 31 13J ; sales , 550.000 ba.
Corn Quiet ; No. 2 , 53 0 ; sales ,
75.001 bu ,
Pork S16 50 for October.
Lard SS 728 75 for October ;
S3 57J8 60 for November ; $8 47i for
DecHmber ; § 8 408 47 J for January ;
C8 47i for February ; § 8 42J@8 45 for
CHICAGO , October 8.
Hogs Active for packing and ship
ping account and prices wore steady ,
ranging from § 4 65@4 85 for heavy
packing ; $4 85 } foe light packing and
shioping , and $4 67&5 -r. 20 for good
. - - . n
condition a-j yesterday ; rece.
good to extra grades of stock being
very light , buyers have
cnlty m filling their orders , and no
silo of shipping stock was reported up
to 11 o'clock. The only sales were a
- few lots of stackers , feeders and Tex
an cow ? , at $2 50 for the latter , and
from $2 85@3 00 for the former grades ;
Texan and other western stock ; is in
large supply , with the pens well filled ;
- calves from Ohio and other eastern
points continue to arrive in large num
bers and arc selling at from $10 to $14
per head , fresh receipts , 4,932.
t Correspondence of Tn BBS.
a HAHVABD , Neb. , Oct. 8. ITie hue
and cry of Nebraska crops being dcs-
- troyed by drouth does injustice to
h the state at large. Grave apprehen
sions were entertained during the time
of the drouth which the harvest time
has dtipelled. Farmers living in the
neighborhood of Harvard report a
good yidld of wheat , twenty and twen-
five bushels per aero. Clay and Fil-
more counties contain many fields of
, corn that will exceed forty bushels per
. acre. The fall rains have prevented
the farmers from threshing as soon as
} usual , and all remittances in business
depending on the marketing of the |
wheat have been delayed ono month.
Wheat is bringing sixty cents , and
corn is expected to be worth forty and
fifty cents as soon os ready for ship idP
( ment , and the farmers will have near
ly as much value in return for theii
labor as usual.
The towns along the line of the B.
& M. railroad are doing fully as mud :
business ai last year , and besides
eea many substantial business buildings
ear ; are being erected. Harr d and Sutton
rIt ton are vieiug with each other in tia
10 < E. H. Andrus has sold his property
us in Harvard and returned to Kearney.
id Mr. A. Is the active and energetic land
a.d agent of the B. & . M who has locat
a.3d cd so many settlers m the Loup val
3d . Misfortune overtakes
ley. even the
rn best of men , and Mr. A. is no eicop
( tion , for the last democratic state con
( vention nominated him for the posi
tion of land commissioner. It is sioo
bad to slaughter a man so valuable ti
I. our immigration interests. JAY.
Special DLjpatch to The Bee.
BOSTON , October 9 1 a. m. Thi
convention in the interest of Unitci
States shipping adjourned finally a
11 o'clock last night , after adoptinj
resolutions petitioning congress t
ith establish a department of shipping
exempt from taxation materials usei
I in building , and to abolish compnlsor
| pilotage and the cffice of the shi'
commissioner. The following resc
- tiona were adopted :
Resolttd , That this body recommen
to thesen.it > ) and house of represents
tivei of the United States the passag '
of aid to set apart all custom hous
! dues , including tonnage tax , collecte
from vessels of all n :
tions including our own , in a
ports of the United Statei
A special fund shall be appropriate
exclusively to pay the bounty t
American ship owners , as recommem
ed in the previous resolutions.
Resolved , That the congress and sei
eral legislatures of the United Stati
bj memorialised to change the exis
ing laws , which make each individui
tLe responsible for all debts of a vesee
5c restricting his liability to hia propo
er ; tiorf of ownership , but not io excec
ar.at the value of hia ownership irr tl
f THE LATEST NEWS.
General Grant Anxiously
r. Awaits the Anival of
> EheEev. Gee , W. Iser on Trial
| | for Wolfish "Work Among ?
I His Flock of "Lambs"
f. - '
Our German Cousin Fritz ,
& Partially Relieved of the
§ "Snakes , "
The Reunion ? of the Boys in
$ Blue at Indianapolis a
> K _ * Grand.Affair.
Grant Isn't Worried.
SpecJiI dlapatchaa to The Bee.
CHICAGO , October 8 4 p. m.
Gen. Grant stated to a Daily News re
porter to day thathehadnntroctjivcd
a communication yet from Can. Han
cock , that ho did not expect one , but
that auch a thing WPS not improbable.
The General and Mrs. Grant leave
for New York direct at 3 p. m.
The Epizootic Dying.
Special Dispatch to THK Bait.
NEW YOKE , Oct. 8 , 4 p. m. Them
every indication now that the epi
zootic will soon sec its last days here.
The weather has been very fine , and A
visit jnst made to the ptablca ahow
but very lew casco , and ihoso are of
the Mildest ftirm.
Qdod Resolutions. \
apodal Dispatch to iho BeaJ
NEW YOUK , October 8 4 p. m.
A resolution has just been adopted in
the chamber of commerce deprecating
any chingo of control in the s'gnal '
service , and at a meeting of the board
of managers of the produce exchange ,
a resolution Ins bucii passed , asking
the secretary of the treasury to allow
free access tb all returns of imports
and exports , when not inconsistent
tfhh the rules ot the department.
Boys in Bltto.
Special Dispatch to The Bco
INDIANAPOLIS , October 8 4 p. m
Tlio day is fair. The crowd of visitors
is immense and iho reunion of the
"Boys in Bliie'Ma ' decidedly a grand
afi'air. Large delegations from Chicago
cage arrived yesterday and last night.
A special ( rain consisting of ten
coaches , carrying a delegation ol
veterans from Detroit and other
Michigan cities , arrived thia morning.
Gen. Thomas G. Wood , U. S. A. ,
ScnatorConklinc , Pcatmister Genera
Maynard and Gen. Lew Wallace are
among the prominent people present
the ptocession which was a very in
spiring one ) formed at 11 o'clock , and
paraded over the long line of march In
the presence of an immense throng of
spectators from all parts of the state.-
An address is now being delivered at b
the "wigwam" by Senator GonklSng , at bI
Jia-L'crieJe" by-Hon , Horace Maynard I
* TJAi. . * tir ± i.nrn--- -j-t * < M
Storra and others. To-nigEfc there
will be a- grand torchlight procession
with a brilliant display of fireworks.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
ST. Louis , Octobers , 4. p. m. The
condition of Joe Emmett is slightly
improved to day. The principal diffi
culty he exporfonceo now is from his
weak stomach , which will hold no
food. The physician says it is wholly
the results of overdoses or stimulants.
The attending phisician will not allow
him to leave his room for at least ton
days yet. He expresses himself as
confident that ho will bring him
through safely. If he continues to
drinkj however , he will be thrown
back in the aamo old rut again. All
- his engagements Lave , been canceled
until the 1st of November , when he
appears in Cincinnati. His wife has
not yet arrived , from New York , but
has promised to come and nurse him.
Special Dispatch to The B.C.
- SYRACUSE , N. Y. , October 8 4 p.
m. The trial of Rev. Geo. W. Iser
of Courtland , for adultery , which be
gan before a committco of the Central
( New Y'jrk ) SI. E. ct nferenco yester
day , is still in progress. Reporters
Q and outsiders are exclu3ed , onlj
. Methodist ministers and witnesses be
ing allowed to be present. Yestcrdaj 3r.
was taken up with the testimony of Dr
Hooze , the complainant. In the conference
foronce to-day , telegrams were received
ed from the complainant in the Gen
esee boundary case , withdrawing the
. suit and injunction. A committee
was selected to act with a similar one
from the Gen ° aeo conference to decide
the boundary. The trial of Rev. Ell
- jail How , for daplicity , begins to-day
Special dispatches to The Bee.
. NEW YORK , Oct. 8 , 4 p. m. Jao
Hersons , a colored man , born in Ire . .
land , has just taken out his nahirali
- zation papers in the Courtof Cominot
- Fleas. Another coloied man , also
native of Ireland , was naturalized ii
- the Superior Court of New York.
- Railway Accidtnt.
< Special dispatch to The Dee.
to LITTLETON , Mass. , October 8 4 p
m. A fatal accident occurred on th
Fitchburg railway at this place las
evaning. Two persons were kille
outright , and twelve others weroseri
ously injured. Considering the natur
cdat of the accident it seems niiraculon
at that there was not greater loss of life
About nine o'clock , as the Hoosa
toed Tunnel express for Boston waa past
ing the station , two passenger cni
ed were thrown from the tract
iry A piercing shriek went up froi
lip the passengers as the airs left th
30- track , and for a moment it seemed t
30nd if the loss of life would be terribK
nd One of the cars was completely wrecl
ta- ed , and tha other badly damaged.
.ed Special Dispatch to 7 be Bee.
da- WASHINGTON , Octobers 1 p. m.-
all Secretary Schurz retirmed to Wasl
es. ington from Indiana this morninj
ted He nays thejepublicans in that sta'
to are growing more hopeful of carryir.
id- the election by a handsome mnjorit
The secretary will not give to tt
BV- public the report on the invcstigtiio
tea of alleged census frauds in South Ca
ist- olina for several days , as he desires
ual read it fully ,
or- : TO-DAY'S NEWS CONDENSED.
2ed Special DiipalcheJ to Tin En.
the _ NEW YORK , October -Four a
ditional cases of yellow fever were a
mitted to quarantine hospital. They
were all from a Sin Domingo bark ,
WATEKBUKY , Ct. , October S t p.
m. Thos. Kilrraand M. Nicol , two
laboreu , were islm ; 'v ' Ul'cJ to-diy
by the caving in of the bank on which
they were at work. K/lroe'a head naa
Bicaihed to n jelly.
BowiiNa GREEK , Ky. , October 8.
Toe Green Itiver nanalctaciotjr , the
pronotly of M. Walwnr.h , of S .n-
dusky , OMo , b rnpd this aflt.-nocn.
Lsi , § 10.0:0 ; insurant in Rosi-
$0,000. It will bo rebuilt.
WAsitiNCioir , Oct 8. The contract
of the AmoiIcn Bank Note Co. for
printing proprletory stamps expires
on the 15th. At tar that date the work
will bo done by fho government here.
Experts will leave hero early next
week to take an inventory of the gov
The Change in the Location
of the Reservoir Meets
It Would Cut the City Out of
At the aeljournc I regular mcatiu" of
the city couuc5' Jrt evening the mem-
bora were all present ercept Messrs.
Jones nn l Labigh.
A report of the committee on streets
and grades , recommending that Grace
stro t bo nia-lo pr "ablo to the cetnu-
tf rv , the clnt not to exceed § 30 , WA *
In jiccorelanco with the resolution
introduced by Mr. Boyd at the lait
meeting the city attorney submitted
hia ropou to the effect that the pro-
poseel change in the locution of th" " >
reservoir could bo legally male with
out releasing the sureties of the water
works company , ami recommending
that the written consent of said suro-
The city en-rinoer reported in favor
of the propos d change in the aizo of
pips ; a'w that curves instead of
right nnglo bents bo used.
Both rn ; } > .l < i wore on motion ac
cepted and approved.
An ordinance waa then , introducsd
providing for the change in Iotionof
the nserVoir to the trret bounded on
the caat by the city It'nlH , on the
north and south by He ri'ton and
Currrng stre3Tand on the west by the
nor.h 0nd south centre line of section
17 , ton .1.16 , r. 13.
Mr. Boyd move 1 tVnt tha ordinance
bo r 'ferred to the coirn-Uted on water
works and sewtJtago , maVng the ob
jection tfcit b/ ! -ting tha reservoir
outaiela of the city l-niti the city
would lose the tax on tbrty to fi'ty
thousand do irs worth of propaity
Air. Kaufmannwas opr-cscd to the
change , Crsi , lait rndall thet'me. He
bel'eved that the dty erglntor was
paid ty somebne ela. than the city to
make 'a ren6ti favorinS * the proposed
chrnge.Iien the par.y took the
contuct ho know what ho wreaking ,
undraw he should lvo np to it. *
Mr. Stephenson cdnt > 'tted that the
C * ' "
limits , but e-ild tlio city oonnc'l could
include it IT ho city linrits at any
tirao. No unprejudiced man
C3uld deny that the water
could bee -lerpamp 1 to the propos-
el loca'ion ' thaT to thil" vici-tty of
HauscomPark , as there were fewer
curvea and bndi. . Ho conderrned
Mr. Cook f or c'arginghfo ' view , after
being p Id to rep > rt to the city as to
the beat lor.t'on Mr. Hohwer said
that there wasn't th o inches difer
euce in the clc/ation of either point ,
though for that mittjr ho didn't believe -
lievo Mr R hwer either , unlcrs he
had gone there and measured It , which
he had dono.
Mr. Kennnrd said thg company , as
ho understood , waa in favor of pur
chasing theBakor tvact , and then ha v
ing it included in the city limits. Thia
would obviate the whole objectionand
ho would favor the proposed chango.
. Ho favored referring the ordinance.
Mr. Bnyd raid that he understood
that no addition to the city could bo
rnado without a change in the charter ,
. and S3 the city attorney wai present ,
, ho would like to hear from him. As
to Mr. Cook's changing hia opinion ,
10 would B'iy that "Wiao men change
; heir opinions , but foola never. " Ho
didn't blame Mr. Cook for changing
opinion , if it was for the interests
- of the company ho waa working for.
The city attorney said there wp ?
. nothing m tha city charter to allow the
n- city to change its limits , although
- there wan a proviaion of the statutes
n10 providing for extending the bounda
10 ries of municipalities. Whether that
30 law was applicable to thia case or not
10 lie could not now. say. Ho read the
lo ordinance relating to additions to the
II- city. The city could not compel the
- inhabitants of a tract adjoining the
city to como into the corporate limits ;
th\-y could , if they chore , voluntarily
como into the ci y.
0. The - referred the
question -was to
e- committee on water works and sewerage -
age , to report ne t Monday evening.
m 'Mr. Shclton staled that , n the only
; objection to the proposed change
in Boomed to bo on account of ita
outride ( he city limits , he vi.uld BIW
that they proposed to lay out the
ground at once into an addition , and
they would be glad if Uio council
would embody It in the ordinance to
have the addition to the city undo.
ed They were very anxious to go to work ,
ri- as they had all their ti ncks.tools , etc. ,
ire On motion Ihu council adjourned to
us meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
sac Missionary Fends.
38- S nd.il Dinralclics to THK Iii .
irs NEWYOKK , October 8. 10 p. m.
The third day' session of thehousa
3m cf deputies of tha convention of the
be Protestant KiJscopal church , opened
3B in St. Gcor ra chorcn , with morning
le. prayer. After services , the general
convention convened in ono homo as
a board oc missions. Eight Itev.
Bishop Smith occupied the chair ;
President Eeardaley of the boose of
deputies occupied the chair on hia
right , and Bight Rev. Bishop Lee , of
jh- Delaware , sat on his left. After a
Jg- abort address by Bishop Smith , Rev.
ite Dr. 0. Potter
Henry , secretary of the
ing house of bishops , read a report of the
ty. ; board of managers of domestic and
the foreign miwionary aociety. It seta
ton forth that , sa compared with the col
ar- lections of the board of missions dur
ito ing the three years preceding the last
general convention , are § 16,050 14 in
excess. The domestic committee
since the last general convention have
fallen short in their returns S120,000.
ad- The foreign collection ? , on the con
ad- trary , have advanced ? 148,000.
IVIiolesalo and retail 3Iaiu
. - V-
LAItdEST STOCK OF
Gold and Silver Wufchcs
and Jcirc'ry in HIB
Come and Sec Our Stock
as We Will Be Pleased
to Show Goods.-
EDHQLM & ERICKSOK ,
15th & Dod e , Oppositu Pofltofficx.
ERADICATES ALZ. MftT.-RTIT.
DISEASES fron. iift SYSTEM.
J. C. RICHARDSON , Prop. ,
L. B WILLIAMS
Cor. Dodge and Jr'iftccuth Sts.
We open and Place
sale , Monday > Sept. 13th ,
two cases of our 48 In. Elk.
Cashmere at $1.00. Also
toy Blue , ' Wine , Gen-
.arme , Dark Green , Pheas
ant Brown , Coachman's
) rah , Marine Blue , Olive ,
itcwith novelties especial-
y made to comhine with
FirstQuality All Wool
For Ladies' Sacks in Roya
Blue Old Gold , Navy , Cherry
and all the latest Shades.
LADIES' CLOTH for ladies
ind Children's Suits in 24 , 27
48 and 54 in. widths.
SELECTED STYLES IK
Fall Calicos ,
CAMBRICS AttD FOULARDS
In Beautiful Designs.
"We Display the latest novel
ties in these useful Dress ma
terials , many of which are ex
American and Scotch
ROMAN & CLAN PLAIDS.
Extensive lines in the
ahove goods in the latest
patterns to select from.
L.B.WILLIA3IS& SONS ,
1422 and 1424 Dodge St.
The Nebraska and Iowa Slate
Fairs re-echo the verdict of th *
World's Great Expositions at
Paris , London , Vienna and
Philadelphia. The only diplo
mas given at both these Fairs
were awarded for work done on
the silent No. 8 Wheeler &
Wilson Sewing Machine. For
proof of this read the official
1st of premiums.
Sales room , 5 < ; i ) 1.7 Hi St. ,
( Jacobs Block ) Onmlin , ISVb.
A. F. RAFERT & CO. ,
Contractors and Builders.
floe Wtixlwflrb > Sp < ; cU ty
Ascnts for the EnRmstlc Tiling
PASSENGER ACCOMMODAHCH LIKE
Connects With Street Cars
Corner of SAUNDKK3 and HAMILTON
STREETS. ( Knd of Red Line u fu
LEAVE OMAHA :
620 , * 8:17and ll.Wx m , 3:03.5:37
LEAVE FORT OMAHA :
7:15 a. m. , 9t5 a. m , &ixt 12:15 p. m.
4.00,6:15 ami 8:15 : p. m-
The 8.17 a. m run , leaving oralh : - 1DC thft
1:00 p. m. ran , letting Fort Omaha , ara nunalljr
lopdrUlofult apacitvwlth re uUr puxenKen.
The 6:17 a. rn. no will be made from the post.
office , corner of Uodjaand 15th surehu.
Tick eta car. te procured from itre t oardrl
era. or from drhori of hack * .
FARE , 25 CENTS , 1NCLUDWO 8TBE C/R
PROPOSALS FOR OAK PIKE3
Omc * or Crrr CLERK , )
GMAIU , NIB. , October C b , 1x0. f
Scaled prop-al will txt resetted by ih un-
denl ned until Friday , Cxt. 18th , a : 12 o'clock
mon , forfurulahinjf to the City ot Omaha OIM
hundred anil forty-four (14 ) .moroorlc * , rourxl
wnitaoak piles , nolle is tbanlO ln > .biii In dl -
roflter and nrrlix In Icn ih from 10 to 13 f tt.
Didders will specify the price par lineal foot
fr tbediflerent length * r > l pllinir propcm-xl to b
f arnlibed The sail pilt * ihill DO uellvortd to
tbe contractor at the Jones street fewer now In
progress of eonttinctinn. and > hall ba delivered
In inch qnantltln and at lucb times ai they
may tie ordered by thu dty rnlne r of Omahi.
EnTClop-i c-mu'nint ; o'd propoijUl § h 'l b
marked' PropoaCa for Cat files , " and to at.
diet sad to the tpdarsljraal
oc7.St Cltyd.ik ,
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