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TWELFTH YEAR. OMAHA NEB. SATURDAY MORNING , OCTOBER 2s I8d ; 113
leinipod & DormaM
Will begin Ihoir grand sale of Boots
and Shoes thia day and continue
for two wcoks.
ft Look at Our Prices.
For Five DolUra you can buy a pair of
Hartford Boots I
The actual valun of those boota IB
EIGHT DOLLARS. And , remember
wo challenge the world to produce
bettor boota for the same money.
Wo are Instructed by the Manufac
Warrant Every Pair
to be superior to any over brought to
WE HAVE ALSO REDUCED
Men's Patna Kip Boots , § 2.50 , worth
Mon'a Patna Kin Boots , § 2.00 , worth
BOYB' Boots , SI 50 , worth 82.50.
Youths' Boots , SI 25 , worth § 1.75.
Grain Lorthoi Boot , extra long leg ,
§ 4.50 , worth § 5 50.
Veal Oilf Boots , § 1.50 , worth § 5.50.
Veal Calf Boots Wo have but a
low Pair Left-
Original Price § 3.00. Wo will close
thorn out at § 1.50.
Wo have ulso a , small lot of Women's
Shoea , worth S2.00. wo will cloao
out at ONE DOLLAR. Re
member wo have but few
pair loft. A fine lot of
§ 2.00 worth § 2.50.
Misses' Shoes ,
§ 1.00 , worth § 1.50.
3uo to § 1.00.
A FULL LINE OF
RUBBER BOOTS AND SHOES ,
or Men , Lidics , Children , BOJB ,
Girls , Etc. A complete ntook ot
of over/ description ,
HEIMROD & DORMAHN ,
CALIFORNIA. PEACHES ,
CALIFORNIA APRICOTS ,
CALIFORNIA PLUMS ,
CALIFORNIA PEARS ,
FOR FLAVORING EXTRACTS ,
ROYAL BAKING POWDER ,
OLD GOV. JAVA COFFEE ,
COSTA RIGA COFFEE ,
GOLDEN RIO COFFEE ,
Heimrod Dormaiin ,
HEIt ROD & DORIWH ,
FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER ,
FUL'SII COUNTRY EGGS ,
FRE3H COUNTRY VEGETABLES ,
HEIMROD & DORMANH , * ]
HEIMROD & DORMANH ,
( Successors to'Fred , Lange. )
B. YT. Cor. 13t1a and Jackaon Sta
JUGGING THE JURORS.
Attorney Qeneral Brewster Deter
mined to Punish His
WaTitnta loauod for the Ar
rest the Foreman of
' the Jury.
Shows Hia CritD-
Anotbor Chnptor oil "Our 1'rcpnr-
odnoni" for l'oroicn Wi\r.
Hp ! l Dlspitcho ) to Tin UHI.
KOURJIAK niCKSON IN Tlin TOILS
WAaniNOTON , Ootober 127. A war
rant waa iaiuod this evening for the
arrest ef William Diokson , on the af
fidavit of Juror McNolly , for cudoav-
oring to improperly intlacnca the vor-
diet of the Star route jury. Another
warrant wai issued for his arrest on
the ntlidnvit of Browster Cameron ,
with thontlilfwita of Homy A Bowen ,
and Judge SVilson W. Hoover , attach
ed 0.3 exhibits , charging Dickson with
conapiraoy with George W. Driver
nnd othcra io get money from the
United States through Brewstor Cam
eron , for the purpoao of impeding
1IICKSOX AT HOME.
Dickaon nt midnight otatcd ho had
not haard of the isauanoo of the Mar-
rant for his arrest until a late hour
to-night. They have not yet boon
served and ho could bo found at
homo iu the morning. It ia under
stood the wr.rranta were handed to
the oflicora with instructions not to
servo until to-morrow. The moat
diligent oep.rch for F. 0. Snow , charg
ed with attempting to influence Juror
Doniptmn , failed to oven furuishn clue
to hia whereabouts. It ia thought
Footo la in Washington endeavoring
to arrange to furniah bail. Payne haa
not Ruccuodod in procuring bondamen
and is still in jail.
DICKSONANl ) IHK JUHV.
Special Counsel H. H. Wplla , inves
tigating the nttompla to bribe jurors
In the at.tr route trial , says , in his re
port to the attorney general , of. Juror
Dickson'a aworn statrnunt of August
23J , tlmt "It wan to bo used ,
not by hia own prototion
against auch usBaulte , ( bribery bjiliow
on and Cameron ) , Inlt as a mc.ina of
persuading hi ? fellow jurymen iatau
verdict oi acquittal , and was accord
ingly BO usoit , after the jury had re
tired and when they wore considering
their verdict , and in violation of the
instructions of the court. " The re
port continues : "Tho testimony of
Judge Hoover confirming in vital par
ticulars the account gtvrt ) by tCruucr *
on and Bowen of the inrrviow with
Dickson , seems to remove nil reason
able doubt as tr what this alleged
bribery transaction really was , and
appears to show the fore
man of that jury was moat
active of all its members in
the discussions and manipulations an
tecedent to the verdict. Ho was not
bribed or attempted to be bribed by
Bo'.von. It Booma to show ho entered
into the diai-UBaiona with that person
in a manner plainly intended as an
invitation to bribery ; that ho sought
Cameron under the pretext but with
the purpoao of inviting discueeion ,
auggeationu or intimations which might
ufconvarda be placed before the
jury with the purpoan of procuring a
verdict of acquittal
A IIOIIUEIIY OF DIAMONDS ,
auks , lucaa , velvets , etc. , to the ex
tent of $5,000 was committed at the
house of Gen. Stursis at the soldiers'
home. The trunks of Lookatho
Brommard , French govornoao , weie
touad picked with the mining prop
erty : 33,030 worth of diamonds have
no' btun recover * d.
General H. G. Wright , chief of en
gineers , U. S. A. , in hia annual re
port givea a detailed account of the
condition uud needs of all fortifica
tions , Ou the onbjoct of seacoast de
fence the roporta , y3 : The defonao
of the United States ngaitist maritime
tvttaok foe many yearn ruuut depend
upon the finishing of the Barbette
battciies dpsignod long ego , but with
such rnodilicaii us as will ndapt them
to the reception of thu twelvo-inch
nfled gun iccently proposed , with its
nnhirged carriage , and at the
i.iuie 11 mo give greater eeourity
to the insguinef ; also , that it will
ho necessary to make randy without
d luy to apply one oystem of t ) rpedces
to rll haibyrw , pn. paring ' )3 'b prool
olectrial opera'm ; ; room ) and deep
masonry gallencw extending there-
from to thci low water line needed for
the purpose. "Our unprepnedncEs"
for war ia shown , nnd it is btatcd that
however powerful in numbers and
valor our array ni y be , with ut the
aid of fi'irtiiic.iliotn and thci - a C.K
eorica * ' i-y cannot prevent t'l-i ' do-
atruoiu . i/ ft codboard titio * by
ships of a m .riino foe , u..J tint ,
while reliuiu.0 c.ui bo had in nn other
mode of defense , u riifenso by fortifi
citions and torpedoes ia the most
eflicient , most enduring and least expensive
THE rosromuB uri AitTMKNT IIKCIDEH
that the privilege accorded publishers
of eccond-clata matter , namely , to
print upon the nrappera of the psri-
adical the ' 'It thu
requedt , tatno bo
not called for in a limited time , it may
bo delivered to any one of the class
named , " cannot ba extended to sund
ers of third-claa * matter.
Torrltlu Mini Exploilou-
8f > ociil Dl9l > atch to Tun Kit.
WiLKEfuoHUK , Pcnn. , Ostober 27.
At Pine Ridge shaft of the Dataware
and Hudson coal company this after
noon , two miners , Govern Hurt and
Peter Lamb entered the abandoned
portion to procure old iron. Upon
their hats were naked lamps. The
lights ciino in contact with gas and
thcro wn : n terr bin explosion. Ii
the now wotkiniM tlu'ro were over one
humlrnd inmi who . .11 lucapcd , Burl
nd Limb were blown into tha dump
hole and liuinrd to death , The mine
took lire but the fLunos were ex
LEADING REFORMERS ,
Senator Windom Squares Him
self on nu Anti-Monopoly
Anil Prouonnooii for Civil Service
Rnform CornnlV'a Con-
"Wlntlom on Pnrty I
SjwcUl dUpatch to Tim VRK.
MINNKAVOLIN , October 27. Senator
Windom , in n speech nt Spring Valley ,
outlined what ho claimed to bo the
policy of the republican party of the
country. The issue of taritl' , ho said ,
causes dill'orencos of opinion in both
parties , but it does not create discord
in the ropuolican party. The luxuries
of the nation should bear a larger
nharo of the tariff and give benefit to
the necessaries. Wo must not tinker
with the tariff by making it free trado.
It is a question which should bo euro-
Fully guarded. The democratic party
charges republicans with failing to re
duce tbo tariff , but dp not show
what they did in their eix years
of power. They reduced the tariff
on qulnino , but it raised in price soon
of tor and haa always rcmniiud BO.
The republican party ia charged with
being inftivor of monopoly ; both parties -
ties are guilty of that. GongreBa haa
power to break down monopolies , not
railroad directors , and pcoplo oiu and
will demand it of congress. I am an
unli-mohnpollat , and will vote for any
bill that will prevent monopoly. As
bo the southern question , I am hope
ful of a more perfect union of the
north and south. When the oouth-
crncrs got to work and atop whittling
dry goods boxes and cursing Yankees ,
hey will forgot their antagonism ,
ind that time is coming soon.
Sir. Windom declared th-t the ropub-
ican party had raised the credit of
the nation to n standard above all
other countries. Oar national bank
system ia the beat in the world. Ho-
erring to civil service reform , ho
says , "I am a civil service reformer to
my boots , and will exert my utmost
ability to promote it. Wo tax our of-
jo'.ala ' for public purposes ; true , vro
live , but will never do so again. My
idea of civil service reform is to have
each atr.to entitled to a certain num
ber of appointments , have a committee -
too to examine the candidates , and let
thn most competent men bo given
: ) onitiona of trust The republican
party ia to inaugurate civii service re
form. I balievo it will do it , and
give the United States the beat civil
service in the world. "
Tlio Bretrora' .
to fat. S B -
OUICAOO , October 27. The Brow-
era' association of this city to-day
cent circulars to nominoca for congress
and state legislatures , propounding
qucctiona aa to their ctanding on the
question of prohibition , with the un
derstanding that Bllonco will be con
strued aa opposed to the tnnoto of the
association. , and would therefore be
subject to its opposition at election ,
CORNELL ON CORRUPTION
Thu Alarming Features of the Politics
Dispatch to TIIK HJIK.
A MIAN Y , N. Y. , October 27. The
following loiter of Gov. Cornell was
marln public to-day :
DDAH Sic : Although i erfonslly n stran
ger , will you permit mo to offer my re-
ujjcclfu1 anil sincere ccn ratuUtiois on the
manly and honorable stand you have ta
ken in decHnliK to lecure u ocat In con-
gresi under conditl n < require ! of you by
local party muimgorti Tne tendency of
recent yours U to EUCII e political rctultu by
corruptmi ; voters. Ttiu eztravit/aat ex.
jienJiturei of money i m\a of tha most
nlarmicg features of our timeatad it in a
wholes JIIIB detnnnUrition when a high
nilndod clt zen refunes to cnojur'go ttl
( llfKcacDful and corroding uysttin. Your
pouitlnti. In the opinion < f nil nou citi-
ZODB , h far more honorahlti than a iTozen
terniR iu conyrMH , as the result of biiLcry
With tin cere respect nnd esteem ,
YOUIH VITV truly ,
AI.O.V/.U 1J. COIINEI-L
To Uon. L W. CronUiltu , _
Thn Snovlllo Lunnticr ) ,
Sjuclal Pisjuti.li to Tint HKK.
Cinotoo , October 27. In the Sco-
\illoinrtxiutycisa ; to diy , Louis jo-
villa , eon of the ulleged demented ,
Uu'iliod ho believed his mother inainu
b 'ciusu she peraiitod in the notion
Bho could writa booki arid leoturo RUU-
coaafully , and because she run u board
ing honuo when aho was loniug money.
Mrs. Souvillo Hirper toitiuud hnr
mother had told her physician , Dr.
Aninnron , tint ho w.an thu niont
lovcAblo man f.hat tivor lived ; that lie
died for luvo of Jmr. Whilu thla wit
ness watt under ur iau examination , her
huobim ) , apparently under the -in-
fl jonco nf liquur , mndo r. v'iBturbauco
in court , aAji i tin was there to pro-
trot h's wife t id wfta cnr nj' td for
lii" da ) a f r c TI .mpt. T . H closed
t it eviriencu , and the aU < u-.a'i , made
otnc arguments to the jury ,
A Sul > jfot far Hemp
8M | > clal Dlsjutcli to Tin ij *
KANSAS CITY , October 27 , The
Journal'a ' Albuquerque ( N. M ) , spec
ial eaya ; To-night in a irninl quarrel
about a } i4t , Tom Lynch , a gnrablor ,
slugged 0. S. Form over the head
with u loaded cane , fracturing hia
skull , Ferris in now in a dying con
dition. Lynch was captured by the
officers after a hot chaso. Ho wati
formerly A member of the notorious
gang of Coulloy Rustler , which had
headquarters at Leadville , Tha leader
of that gang was caught and hung ,
but Lynch escaped and came to New
Mexico , If Ferris dies Lynch will bo
hanged before morning.
on Bata. "
Clean out rata , mice , roachea , ilioa ,
ants , bed buge , skunks , chipmunks ,
gophers. 15o , DruggisU.
Merchants and Dealers Throughout the Entire West are Invited
, to Visit the Mammoth Establishment owned
and Occupied by
Lit i j WV"
- * & *
Notions and Furnishing Goods ,
ST. crosiEiPia : , isdicx. ,
The Brightest Lighted , Boat Appointud .Tubbing Honso in America , containing the
arssoat Stock of Dry Gooda and Notions west of the Mijsiaatppi. Solo nmnnfaeturorni
of the celebrated , *
McDonald's Overalls , Duck , Denim and Cottoaade Pants ,
CYCLONE ULSTERS , LINED SUITS AND CHEVIOT SHIRTS ,
In all styles now popular with the Trade. Absolutely the best Goods in the Market
Western Merchants can more than save their expenses a visit to this Mammoth stock be
fore buying their Fall Bills. Traveling agents , with extensive lines of samples , visit
all prominent towns throughout the west , and will call upon any * merchant any
where upon receipt of a request so to do. Send orders by mail , or write
for samples. The. most careful attention given to orders , and satisfac
tion guaranteed , Remember
E. L. MCDONALD & co. , st. Joseph , MO.
THE LYONS DIN.
A Loop-Rooted Conspiracy Shows
its Head in the Silk
The Anarchist Mob Threaten
to Dtvour the Town with
Fire and Sword.
, Chance f jr Gambetta to De
clare Himself the Savior
of the Country.
Complete Returns of the Con *
The Reports of Cruelty to Egyptian
Prisoners Oraatly z
A Variety of General Newe.
Hpecbl Cable tj Wcat.rj Aisoc'atoJ l'/oj .
Tin : ANAUoiiiHr Man.
LYONS , October 27. The mmrehiat
conspiracy haa taken deeper root than
vraa Buspected , and this morning the
uituation is very criticil. Oitizona
are pauio stricken at tlio rovolationn
iiiado yesterday of tlio loc il otrongth
and far-roaching poivor of desperate
moil , who consutulo the organization ,
and consider an outbreak almost in-
ovitablo. A mob formed in the
streets nnd in addition to threats
againat the republican notfBpapcrnow
direct their venom agaiuat banko .and
public building , which nreil carefully
guarded , but by un inadequate force ,
that would not bo nblo to protest the
property , if the rioters mudo anything
like a determined lUtcin t to over
power thorn. The condition of niLum
lioro add now and unforeseen dinioul-
tics to Qrovy'a position It in not un.
likolynminUtoriat crisis vril bj procopi-
titcd rnltbo rj ign tioa o' the urcal-
dent hinuolf will bii conuidoicrt ad
visable us B" > on 111 Iho ol'tiber * iu-
flomblu. TliisJ foatt.ro of iho CUGO iu
being much diasutsul hermul ud-
vices from I' ria indicate tlio same
view is hold in many 411111 ren there
A OHANUE FOB OASIl > I/m.
HKKLIN , October 27. I < > German
papers a lively ditou&siori m going n
among politiciatm of the vartoiw fao-
lions regarding llio revolutionary
movement which has so pud-Jeiily und
unexpectedly developed in Franco.
1'hoy o'Jiicur in expressing the opinion
that CUmbjtta will profi , by the out
break in Lyons nnd will soszj the opportunity -
portunity to atep to the fruiit nnd do *
olaro hinuolf to bo a savior < > f eociety
and apostle of puaco to hU cjr.utry.
TI1L1 Hl/.i : OF 1 UK SOCIIITY.
SjHicUl ninpilch to Till ! Ills.
PAUIS , Oc 'ior ' 7 Th < aomi-of.
ficial lOoiiiiiiuniquo i > > } 11'ooont ' do-
plomblo ovuntM iv At in oiu Lai
Alines , and at Lyoh , \.x.o attor all
only isolated ocourrunjea , and pro >
codud trom the instigation of an or *
KAtiizad neanolation which has its head
and for ila principil leaders mim who
reside outaida thia nation. This ao-
clety has unfortunately oitondoJ it
ramifications into and throughout
Franco during the laU four yoara.
Notwithstanding the foothold it has
ainod , however , thcro is no Krout'd '
for any alarm us to ila effect on so
ciety , ainco the fjovornment is watch
ing ita proceedings and preparing' to
the public against any out-
Erotect that may be contemplated.
TUB LATEST HlOU LVOHH.
LYONS , October 27. The anarchist
prisoners arc again nnder examina
tion , but with the greatest obitinacy
persist in their refusal to answer a
single question put to them. The
etiuets continue to be deserted after
dark. Some of the theaters are
cloasd and cnv.tlry are patrolling the
The police discovered n dynamite
manufactory in the suburbs of the
MAHTl'.H OAD1NKT SIAKKUS.
PAKIS , Octobur 20 A mooting of
Iho r.yndicato of chamber master
cabinet makers liai decided to close
their \vorahops Monday unleaa work
men consent to raiao Uiu prohibition
upon iniordictud work&hopi and re-
Butnu n ayntom of direct agreement
botwton workmen nnd employee with
out the iutorvontion of an cxocutivo
commia.tion oi workmen. If tlio
workmen rcfnso the terms , 20,000 will
ba promptly looked out , and the grav
ity of iho ciitia will thereby bo
ADVAVCH OF WAOES.
MANOHKBTKU , October 27. A. conference -
feronco of miuora recommend the ac-
of t < yi per cent , . .
Huuru uudiiti , iu oraer io avoid a
Btriko. Thirteen thousand minornt /
Wii/aii accepted ten per cent.
PAHIH , October 27.--Tho cable
confcvoHCO will a'lbmit to all governments -
monts ropnnentad , Iho draft of the
international treaty for the protection
PAULS , October 27. Friendo of the
government now admit that the im-
inunno number of threatening lottera
which pasncd through the poatoflico at
Moiituconu , Lono-Miiioa , Chalona and
Lynns , nro the work of practical jokpra
and onoinios of the republic who wish
to raise a tc.iro.
IIIS.MAUOK'H PJIIKNULY POLICY.
UEULIK , October 27. A loiding
editorial in the Nnrddculooho All-
gomoino Xjitung flool.xrcs , in DO many
wnrdu , tiaf ) the Goroian government
coiidiunti ) the unfriendly attitude of
the Gaimrm pruis , and moro particu
larly of The Gologue Gozatto , toward
the Critiah govo nmont. 'i'hp result
of iiuch hostility will bo inevitably to
fruatralo the goyernmcnt'a fri6ndly
julioy nnd the nttitudn toward Eug-
luid Uironghoul the troubles in
UKUUN , Ootobur27. The latent ro-
tu.nKftoin IQ5 cluotiona in Iluenia ,
y sl'ir ay , show the following rn-
H 0 Ji.s jrvativtM returned I'M ,
f i-eo ounuorva < ivca ' 10 , center purly ad-
horonta 92 , national Ubsr-th 03 , aosus-
aioniatu 1'J , progress ! jto ! J8 , Polea 17 ,
DADOS U , G lolphi 3 ; other liboMla fi ,
dumoomta 1 , doubtful U
COMMUNT.S ON TUB KLGUTIOK.
BKIIUN , October 27. The liberal
proaa , commnnting on the rcault of
the elcctioriB , admit Unit the viocoiy
of the oouGarvaliveH far cxcoiida the
worst fear.i heretofore ontortaincd.
The oonHprvalivo p avi , with the ox-
ooption of thu nltiu orijmiH , apeak in
n very rocorvcd manner of the triumph
of their party The fooling through
out the ooumiy IB iniuifostud by
oonaidor blu dugruo of unoaainoss in
regard to the futuro.
The government has decided to
ounilruct u canal along the river Main
from Ftnnkfort to JMaynnco.
TltlMTY WITH HEUVIA.
BKHLIN , Uatobcr 27. Prince. JJis-
nurck has given his approval to the
draft of a treaty of commerce to bo
entered into botwoun Sorvia ; iud Ger
A HOIIUIK OK OllUAT EXTKNT
nd involving a largo outlay of money
has boon prepared , the purpose of
which Is to striingtlum the doforioes of
the Ualtio axa n t' n y nttaol : which
could bo mido by llussia.
of Grown Prince Frederick William
and his wife , Prinoosj Victoria of
England , will ba celebrated the 20th
of next January with universal bright
of the elections have boea received ,
and Indicate the return of 130 conservatives
vatives , 47 free conservatives , 100 ol
Lho centre- party , 18 Poles , 07 nation
al liberals , 22 secessionist ! ] , 88 pro-
jroasista. The ceutro nnd ooneorvn-
tivca united number 230 ,
ind ni nn nbaolato majority
in the house is 217 , they opuacquontly
linvo a good working mujorily , nnd
will bo enabled to patm nil mi iuroa
brought buforo the house. The United
liberal pnrty number 130 , nnd the
middle party 1M. The ompcror is
reported to have oi nilied his entire
satisTictiou with the reuulto of the el
ection. The government bollovca
that it hm a majority ultho ; by coali
tion with the cnnservntives or with
the ultramontnt.ea or n.odorato liber
Special Dlspatehis to TUB lir.n.
TUEATJIKNT OF PUISONnilH.
L-JNDON , October 27. Tn the cum
menu to-day Dilko elated that Sir
Ohjycloa Wilftir inforDindt hn borne
prisoners at Cairo and had. found that
while thu prisons were too crowded
there were no complaints of cruelty ,
nnd tlmt on the whylo there ros no
ground for the stories that had bacn
not afloat about abuses to which the
prisoners had boon subjected iu Cairo.
AMnNDiMi TIII ; AIUIKAUH IIILI.
LONDON , October 27. At the mooting -
ing of the Irish parliamentary party
to day a resolution in favor of amend
ing the arrears of rent bill was passed.
Parnoll wnu instructed to aak the
the house to tot uaidu n day for din-
cuaalon of Iho nclual workings of
coercion und the l.ind bills among the
Irish ponplo. If the rcrjuupt , ii nvnt-
od a lively dobuto may ro expected.
The Irish pirlinucnfnry party
agreed on an tuiiencKr.iuit to extend
the time in which coltloincnt can bo
in ado with landlords in respect to rent
Till ! I'KINTUUH * 1'OWKH.
Spoc'nl Ciblo to Ilio We tern AnsoclitfJ 1'jets.
LONDON , October 27. Tlio Athonoum
status that the rcnl ruixion for the fail
ure to bring to 11 nucooDsful iasuo nciro-
tiatioiiB fern copyright convention bo-
twoan England mid America was that
the Typygraphio.il Union brought BU
much prasuro to bear upon the ntato
department that they wcro able to
hinder the question of the convention
from bring tratiuniti ' 1 to the p.ermtu
of dm United Stntcn for coimidoraUon.
The Atliuntiuiu adJs that BO long as thu
uncoinproniibing protuctioniats are al
lowed to rule tlio council of tlio Typo
graphical Union on tlio other nide of
ilia water , ihoio in lilflorcuuou to hope
th.it alluu aulhorA uill tcooivu any
coiiBidorntion in the atuten. It ! . < to
bo hoped American publUhor.i will not
romuia paativo under thid rebuff ,
LONDON , October 27. In the house
of cammona to-day debate 011 the
question of jiracodcncu of procedure
wni H'HUincd. The aniCTdmont ex
cluding thu committee ) of uuuply from
the opuntioti of cloturt * waa rejected
by vote of 03 ugainol lio. An amend
ment that clutura bo not put into
operation until thu subject before the
hoiiBo 1ms been properly discumcil ,
wa ? agreed to , An amend
ment to Bubitituto for the
words "evident uonco of the
house , " tlio vor's " ouoral sonno of
the liouso" wufj objcatod io by Mr ,
QladatoiiK nnd wua rejected l > y u vote
( f I'M against ? & , An amendment
that cloture do not upply unless do-
b.tto bo on the question of privilege
or nn bueiuesu of the house , wua ro-
jeotod by a vote of 135 a aiust 73
Djbato waa then adjourned ,
LONDON , October 27. Sir Ilonry
floro Jiootu * yucht Kua , 0110 of the
vecjola which went to the Arctic in
ueurcli of the Leigh Bmith and party
has beoit wrecked while on the way
from Hsrtpool to Ivonhoe , Kn-
gland , ull on board wcro anvcd ,
AFFAIRS IN EQVPr.
TJIK BULTAN'H LBITBU TO AUABI ,
OAIUO , Ootabor 27 , A portion of
Arubi I'.iaha's concspondonco having
boon traimlatod by order of the
authorities , a letter haa been found
from the Sultin which urges the rebel
chief to resist the evasion of England
and France , or any other foreign pow
er. ' , and to defend the faith of bia
country ngainst thoao who busy them
selves to bring about a triumph of
OAIUO , October 27. Human ro
inaina have boon discovered which ixrn
boliovud to bo those of Prof. Palmer.
OAIUO , Ootobar 27. The trials of
Mahomed Paahn , Snmy Pasha , Toulba.
Paslm nnd fcloven otlu'ra who uro ac-
cuaod of murder , pillaso ; and incan-
ilinrinni nt Alexandria , are t ' prooodo
that of Arabi P.uha.
OAIHO , October 27. The Uuko
Oonnanght has left for England. The
falao prophet is reported within throa
duys match of Khartaum. A council
c irslvictcra i hfaldj to-day , . . ; "
IRISHAFFAIRS , .
Bpoclal Ui9utcLui | toTilx Utt ,
TJIUI3 IIILL3 UETUKNKr .
DUIILIN , October 2 ? . The grand
jury returned n true bill against all
ponjona who are charged with com.
plicity in the Moomatrasua atTair.
LONDON , Ootobor 27. "Tho"
O'Donoghou , liberal member of par
liament , from Tralco , has seceded
from Parnoll'a party.
DUIIUM , Ojtobor 27.Valsh , uu-
dor lifo nentenou for boinc nccossory
to the murder of Constable Kavan-
augh , is on hi ) way to Kngland , whore
ho will bo confined.
DUIILIN , October 27. The grand.
jury has roturnoi n true bill against
ton men charged with murdering the
Joyce family ,
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS
Hjicclal Dispatches to Tim HKK.
Till ! TYKOL FLOODS ,
INRI-KUOK , Ocotobor 27. The dnm-
ego to the inundated districts of
southern Tyrol in u million nnd a half
florins , which fnlla for the moat put
upon the poorer olnoiea , A aubscrip-
lion uKr ] ( gating n quarter of n million
florins has been subscribed to assist
HUfHIA AND TII13 JBWrt ,
KT PKTKUHIIUKO , October 27. The
government of Russia ia about to is >
sun and Bond to civic iiuthoritien in
phicen in the empire wlicrp there ia .
any .lewiflh population , u circular ask-1
ing them to furniuh for use of thouov-
crnmont their yiowa upon the beat
method of solving the vexed question
of Jiini'otii/.iiiif the Jo\viah und HUB-
fiian popuhtioim. It ia suppoaod the
anawuru to thcso circulars will have
very considerable influence in ( shaping
the policy of the government toward
VIKNNA October 27.
rovolutioniuta were arrested at Odessa ,
among them a ntudent who had in his
possession u press and many Nihilist
mnnifcatocs. .Agraiian dliturbancea r ,
occurred in the governinout of Vol. > i
hymao. A prleat haa boon murdered
for distributing the imperial pro-
clomation in regard to the Agrarian
Epinoopnl Coureo | '
bpeclal Dlnpatcli to TUB IlKK.
HIOHMOND , Va , , October 27. In
the Epiacupil church congress to-day
"Ohrjatinmty und Oriminalti" was dia-
cuBscd at great 'erigth ' both in essays
and speeches. The requirements for
confirmation wcro almi discussed und
the omigroeij adjourned. _
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t\veuiy yeara' atamiinus in ordinary
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