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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
FIFTEENTH OMAHA , TUESDAY MORNINGAUQUfcT 26yI885. NO 57.
MADMEN' MARKS ,
An Ex-Policeman of Kansas Oily KilM
in Aitais City , Kan.
A Bank Cashier Suicides and
Proves a Defaulter !
A WhisfcyTilloi Hoosier Euns a
Muok at Salem , Ind ,
A TrlploTrnjrcdynt Springfield ? ! ! ) ,
VoutiRitors JInvo * Human
Barbecue Other Grim" * ,
KlLuED 1IIS PtmSUER.
J.K ABKANBAS CUT KAH. , MADMAN'S
ARKANSAS CITT , Kan. , August 23. Kansas
Oity Times special : Friday evening at 0:30 :
several shots wore hoard In the roar of tha
First National bank building. Xho oilcore !
upon arriving at the place found a man lying
upon the ground , apparently dying from the
effects oi a wound in the left side of bis face
and neck. The man proved to ba Jurats P ,
Smith ! a brickmaker of this place ,
The citizens nnd ofl'ucra Boeing a man tun
ning down the alley gave chato. Dating the
chase the fugitive iired eovornt shots from a
double-barreled shotgun at the pursuing
THE FIEEINO llURDEHRn WOUNDED.
Finally Capt. Unrrick. the deputy sheriff ,
shot at him and downed him at the tlilid
ojsoy. The captured party proved to be an
old and respected citizen of the place , Henry
Mow ) y. Mowry was shot below the groin ,
the Lull it striking hia watch nnd glancing
downward , maklnf a mere fleth wound. He
was taken to the Occidental hotel and guarded
by extra police and a tquad ct militia , as for
Bomo time excitement ran high end stronsr
throats of lynching were nindo.
OAUSIH Of THE TROUBLE.
Tito cnuBO of the trouble Was as follows , nj
shown by the testimony given at the coroner's
inquest ; Henry Mowry was an intimnto
friend of O. If , Godfrey , who lives in the
first ward , and had boaraod in the family
until of into , wlion some trouble occurred ,
Mowry then left and has since boarded at the
hotel , bat if ten calling on the Godfrey family.
Yesterday afternoon lie visited Mrs. God
frey and was told by her that his preeence was
undesirable. Upou leaving , ho made eonio
threat * , but shortly afterward called again ,
and was ordered away. Ho called a third
time , about twenty minutes later , and was
armed with a doublo-barroled shotgun , and
was asked tu go away by Godfrey , Ho then
fired two shots into the window and ran.
HOW SMITH WAS SHOT.
Citizens began the chase , among whom was
James 1' Smith , who commanded Mowry to
halt. Mowry turned and leveled his gun
upon Smith and told him not to follow. Ho
repeated this three time ? , und as Smith was
rapidly paining upon him , ho fired the gun
with the result heretofore stated.
The wounded man fell and was carried into
Iloughtou's dry goods storo. Physicians were
summoned , but no help could bo given , and
ho died at 8 p in , in great agony ,
INSAN1IT THE PROBABLE CAUSE.
Upon investigation by the coroner's jury
the verdict vos rendered that "James I' .
Smith came to his death by a gun in the
hands of Homy Mowty , being discharged by
him feloniously to kill i nd murder. " Mowry
waived examination , and was taken to the
Winfiold jiil this morning.
Smith was a man in ordinary circumstances ,
and loft a wife and several small chi'dron.
Ho was formerly en the Kansas City , Mo. ,
police force. Mowry is about 40 years of
age , unmarried nnd in good circumstances , It
is the general verdict that the murderer was
l'KEFEUKED OfiATU TO CANADA.
A MASSACHUSETTS BANK CABHISB TAKIB HIS
SOUTH FRAMINOHAM , Mass. , August 24.
Ex-Treasurer Adams of the Framingham
aavinga bank , whoso'accounts were last week
made the subject cf special Investigation by
Bank Commissioner Gatchell , nnd whose
resignation was requested , committed suicide
at the bank to-day by cutting bis throat ,
When found a revolver liy beside him , which
it is supposed ho intended to use provided the
razor did not accomplish the work. This
forenoon the ex-treasurer , who all through the
troub'o ' which the bank has been experiencing
for the pat four days , appeared to ba very
cool and co lected , and came to South
Framintjbam from his Framingham Gentft
homo , and went to one of the lawyers' resi
dences in Nobscot block , where the Savings
bank Is located. Hero , during the forenoon ,
he remained for some time , and assisted in
figuring up the Interest accounts of depositors
who came to day to draw their money.
Shortly after two o'clock Mr. Gatchell
arrived at the lawyer's office and began to
look ever Adam's ledger , Adams then went
down into the bonk and killed himself. Ho
leaves a widow , daughter nnd two sous ,
Adams held a'promlnent position in tbo com
munity , socially nud financially.
ADAMS A DEFAULTS ! ! .
Gatcholl made a statement In which he says
that there are many irregularities in the
accounts of Adams. Checlc books are , ho
aiyr , in a very uniatiffwtory condition.
Stubs mo improperly filled out , in some case *
blindly , in moat cas.s blank. Ho and his
son drew unknown sums for USD in
their private business , and Adams
drew over 82,000 In the last two
months for personal expenses. Ho wna very
lax in attending to the bank's builnesi. The
interest on $172,000. loaned on mortgage ; and
due list April , had not yet been collected ,
whllo much of it was far more in arrears.
Tart of the btnk dividends had not boon paid
for n year and a half. The booka are being
examined by an expert ,
AVI Id Work of a Madman ,
SALKM , lud. , August 23. Fred Berkey , jr.
a eon of ono of the leading citizens of this
place , while intoxicated , appeared on the
streets and began an indiscriminate fuellade.
He fired nluo shots , aiming at whoever hap.
pened to be within range. Laura Kleiner
received two bull * , ono in the wrist nnd one in
the shoulder ; William McClanahau was shot
through the hand ; W , 3. 1'erclso sustained a
il sh wound In the thigh ; Jordan Paynoie-
ceivecl a ball through the body just below the
heart and will probably die.
Payne when ( hot was in n bucrgy with a
companion , dragging him from which , Berkey
compsllod the other man to drive on and at
tempted to wcapo. Finding this Impuilbla
he placed a phtol to his bead and fired. The
ball took effect and the young man died in fit-
No causa is known for the bloody work ex
cept that Uerkey was completely maddened
by the liquor ho had swallowed.
Killed Ilia Neighbor.
XKNIA , O. , August 23.-George. llolver-
tatt , an elderly farmer living five milei from
this city , shot and killed Joseph Wolf , a
young neighbor , late Friday evening. Wolf's
little dog had chased HolversUtt'a turkeys.
Holvcrstatt Iniistod on killing the drg and
Wolf tried to prevent him. Finally Ilolvor-
statt fired tt Wolf and ho died lu ten min
utes. Wolf had been married but two weeks ,
Holverstatt came here and surrendered him.
s < lf.
l-'Atal Htal > lmur Affray.
ST. Louis , August 23. About 1 o'clock this
morning Nicholas Gerst and Louis Hsu , two
younc mechanics , bad an altercation about
some trivial matter In an alley on the east
side nf Ninth street , between Allen nvonue
and Shenandoah street , and Haas plunged a
knifolnto Gent's nock , killing htm almost
instantly. Hnas was arrested and locked up.
THE CA9B DKErENlNO NO SOLUTION TET OP
WALKUr'd sonnuN DEATH.
Km-ontA , Kansas , August 21. Hon , J. 11.
Walkup's funeral at the Methodist church took
place at 2 o'clock this afternoon with an im-
moneo attendance , filling the church and ad *
jacont street many people coming from the
surrounding country. The interest manifest'
cd in the case surpasses all precede nco hero.
MM. Walkup retained her easy , cool , self-
possessed bearing , and the attendance at the
boose yesterday mighljbo called a.Iovoo for her.
She continues to assort her entire innocence.
She did not rtttond the funeral at the church ,
as her presence might have given rise to great
The coroner's jury met acrnin this miming ,
and took the testimony of Dr. L. D. Jacobp ,
the physician who attended Mr. Wnlkup. It
developed nothing new or startling , The
analysis by Dr. Gardner of the stomach and
other part * of Mr. Walkup'a body did not
determine the presence of arsenic or other
pgiion , nnd ho hns taken it to Kansas City
for a more complete nnd exhaustive analysis.
The coroner'ii jury , after hearing Dr. Jacobs'
testimony , adjourned to Tuesday morning ,
KoportB from Now Orleans ns to the stand
ing of the Wallace family there are very con
flicting. Mrs , Walkup , nee Mmnio Wallace ,
remains nt the rotldeuce In the care of the
ihoriff , and has so far been treated with entire
roppect. The mystery of the case seomj to
deepen , and interest intensifies hourly.
ncBpomlcnuy the Cause.
Dis MOINKS. la. , August 24. The body of
the young woman named Warren , found in
the Dos Moines river yesterday , was mil Bed
from her boarding place three weeks ago , nnd
shi.was supposed to have gene to Maquoketa ,
this state , where her parents live , but instead
cast heraelf into the river , where her body has
laid elnco. Inability to support herself fa the
supposed cause of her tuicldj ,
MAGNATES OF THE NATIONAL OASiE IN SESSION.
SARATOGA , August 21 , A meeting of tha
joint conference comtnlttco of the national
base ball league and the American oasociation
was held to-day. The loaguowas represented
by A. 11. Soden , Boston ; A , G. Spalding ,
Chicago , and J. B. Day , Now York , and the
association by C. Yon Der Aho , St. Louis ; O.
A. Byrne , Brooklyn , end Lswis Simmons ,
After o thorough discussion , plans were
adopted governing their future course.
The two bodies resolved not
tu advance money to players on future con
tracts , end was further determined to have
the clubs of the two associations pledge them
selves not to negotiate nor contract with any
player under contract with nny lesgua or as
sociation club prior to the 20th ot October
next. It was also agreed that of tor the close
of the championship season , clubs of the asso
ciation would interchange guinea. Other
minor matters discussed and passed upon by
the committee will ba reported to the associa
tions for approval. The conference was en-
BASS BALL YESTERDAY.
At Plttaburg : Pittsburir 0 ; Louisville , 5.
At Now York : New York , 10 ; Provi
dence , 5.
At Philadelphia : Athletic , 13 ; Baltimore , 2.
At New York : Brooklyn , 7 ; Metropolitan
tan , 3.
At Philadelphia : Boston , 2 ; Philadel
phia , 0.
RACING ) AT BBIOIITON BEACH.
BBIQHTON BEACH. August 24. Large at-
tendanco. Mile : Fellowplay won. Freida
second , Kims George third. Time , 1:474 : ,
Three-quarters of a mile : Commander won ,
Atlas second , Catilone third. Time , 1:18 : ? .
Seven-eighths of a mile : Mary Hamilton
and Ben Thompson dead heat. Time , 1:302.
In run of , Mary Hamilton won , Time ,
Mile : Snift first , Hlebflfght second ,
Strabismus third. Time , 1:43. :
Mlle and a quarter : Tattler won , Barney
Aaron second , Olivette third. Time , 2:131. :
Mlle and a quarter over five hurdles ; .lack
won , Keanan second , Shortcake third , Time ,
TIIE PURITAN REVERSES SATUBDAY'S VERDICT
NEW YORK , August 24. In the third trial
race between the yachts Puritan and Prlsctlla ,
to determine which shall defend the Ameri
can cup against the English cutter Gonesta ,
the Puritan won the race by 41 seconds ,
The corrected time gives the Puritan tlu race
by 1.62 , Of the three trial races , , the
Puritan won the first in a strong breeze by
ten minutes. Piiscilla won the second in ex
tremely light weather by six end one-half
minutes , and tha Puritan won the deciding
one ts-dav in a moderate brerza end smooth
water. While It Is not actually decided that
aha la the yacht that will bo e elected to de
fend America's cup , it ia almost certain that
phe will ba chosen at n mooting of the Now
York Yacht club to be held during the week.
Clilosgo'd Mayoralty Contest ,
CHICAGO , August 24. This afternoon Carter
H , Harrison's ottorney , Allen 0. Story , sub
mltted an answer to the bill filed by citizens
about two months ago , disputing Harrison's
title to the mayoralty of Chicago , by rcaron
of numerous , iniecounti stated to have been
made in the vote end innumerable frauds al
leged to have been committed at tha polls in
the Interest of Harrison , The answer Is in
the nature of a demurrer , generally deny
ing the allegations of the bill , end
giving fifteen reasons why , in tha opinion cf
the department , tbo case Is not entitled to a
regular trial In court. These reatous are
largely of a technical character , end charge
nmong other things that no case for relief has
been stated in the citizens' petition , and that
tbo petitioners fall to show that they have
ny interest whatever in tha subject matter ,
Objection Is also made to tha alleged vague ,
nees of the petition , want of affidavits , aud
other like vital omissloni.
tiliiuor Producers to Ketmrrect the
Hatchet , .
CINCINNATI. 0. , August 24 , The Western
Export association , better known as the
tvhisVy pee ) , expires by limitation September
lit , and oil efforts to far for reorganization
bave failed , Whisky men here do not regard
the prospect ) brilliant for iuturo reorganiza
tion. A disposition has been manifested
among distillers to dig up the tomahawk
which has laid burled for four years ,
and to engage in a scalping business
Uoodi are sold to-day on o btsii
of $1.00 for high wines. It Is not known what f
high wines would bring , 09 none are on the
maiket , but as diitlllers ore increasing their
production , the price would probably be as
low as $1,04 or 8LOS , There seems to ba no
dlspoiitlon to ruth oiders. A tltrewd ob
server says that while the distillers have had
their own way for some yean the indications
Bra that now comes the time for the dealers.
Murdered for Money.
VJNITA , Ia. , August 2J. Frank P , Oass
end A. P. Goody , iwo prominent citizens cf
this pi ce who left here a week ago for the
Chsyenne reservation to buy cattle , were mur o
dered while atleep tn csmp near the Pos and t
Fox agency , Thursday , The deed evidently
was done for plunder.
A Monster Any of MobnUans on
the March in Africa ,
Giving No Quarter to Those Who
Oppose Their AdvanoQi
American Commerce Benefittad
By Their Operations ,
An Averted Unot Over nn Insnlt to
the Memory of Grant News
From the National Capital ,
F1GHTINQ FOH ALT.AH ,
A MONSTin Anitr JiAitomsa lunocan THE
INTRIUOIl OF AKIUCA.
WASHINGTON , D. 0. , August 21. Secretary
of State Bayard I ) in receipt of n dispatch
from Sierra Leone , giving account of the
movements of an army of ICO.OOO men in the
interior of Africa. The dispatch is dated
July 14th last , and was sent by United States
Consul Lewis , Mr. Lewis says ; I have the
honor to bring to the notice of the depart
ment of | state tbo fact of an extraordinary
movpmont among the Mohammedans of the
Nicrltlan regions extending from Timbuotuo
on the west coast.
It appears that in 1SSO a Maadingo named
Samudu , of extraordinary intelligence and
energy , conceived the idea that ho was called
of God to wage awor for the tuppreablon of
paganism and that of the opening of roads to
the coast , which in certain districts hnve
been for generations subject to excessive
blackmail and to the plundering of vagabond
tribes. During the last five yoaw ho has col-
ecUd an army , consisting of foot and \\oria \ of
about 100,000 mon. Mohammedan youth
wherever ho goes flock to hi ] standard , not
only to tocuro the reward In the hereafter
promised to those who fight for their religion ,
but t carry of ! the rich spjils of time which
those expeditions that battle for tbo faith are
sure to win.
It Is said that Samudu's army Is divided
tuto three portions. Ono ia operating near
the he d waters of the Niger. This portion
recently drove certain French troops from the
cold regions of Bourse , of which they had
taken possession , and ore now besieging Bam-
maks , a largo town on the Niger , occupied
about throe years by the French , who have
erected fortification there.
ANOTHKIt POnilON OP THE AnMV.
is operating in the regions east of Liberia ,
and by suppressing disturbing clement ? , unfettering -
fettering trade and introducing a knowledge
of religion and letters , is In ono sense of the
word the opening way for negro immigrant ]
of intelligence and energy from America to
push out from the Africa Amoiican republic
to the healthy and fertile regions of the In
terior. In another pcno it is forestalling the
whole region for the Moban.medans , and
making i it difficult , if not impossible If , in
deed i , it is debirable , to convert that country
to I the faith imparted from America by the
The third portion of the army is approach
ing ' the cnnst a few miles northwest of Sierra
Leone. Ic has secured submission by foica or
by voluntary tutrtnder of all tribes on tha
way for 600 miles back. The largest and
most important Pagan kingdom on this side
of the Niger was Toollma , of which Talaba , a
largo comnsrcial city , was the capital. For
the last sixty years tha Fulnh Mohammedans
have been trying by diplomacy sna by arms
to subdue tbU city to their faith , but it has
SUCCESSFULLY nFSISFKD BOTH DIPLOMAT AND
Last year Samudu's army , in overwhelming
numbers , surrounded it and called upon the
king to surrender and profess Islam. This ho
refused tojdo. ; The town was then in
vested , and after a terrible , sieee of five
months , the king a jombled his royal family
and tha principal chiefs in bis powder bouse ,
and Informed them that ho could hold out no
longer , an his resources were exhausted , but
having for more than two hundred years be
longed ts the ruling element , be was deter
mined for himself and family to dlo rather
than come under Mohammedan rule. Ho
gave his chiefs their choice , either to die with
him , or go out of the town and give them
selves up to the enemy , They decided to die
UK THEN SET FIBE TO TUB rOWDBIl
and tboy wore all blown up. Thus ended the
Soolima pjwer , which for mure than .seven
generations had Uflaonced trade and politics
in the extensive districts , and had command
ed the principal highways to the coast.
Another vary Important achievement of this
army is the destruction of the llooboo power ,
an irresponsible organization which for thirty
years has been a source of nunpyauco and loss
to caravans passing from the interior to the
: east , Samudu gave orders to attack them in
[ heir mountain stronghold ; , which , until then ,
lad proved unaccesaible to the neighboring
'orcoa. ' Tiny were surprised. Their chief ,
Abal , was captured uud decapitated , and
ABM3 AND LtdS , SEVERED I'ltOH THE TIIUHK ,
Were sent to the various countries wnero tha
inhabitants hid suffered ft cm his predatory
and murderous proceedings. The Ilooboos
are described as renegade Faulahs in rebellion
against the king of the Tombos. The roads
have now been cleared of these thieves and
murderers , so that an unprotected child or fe
rn ilo may travel in safety all through that
These operations will not be without n salu
tary effect upon American commerce , for
there Ij In that country ai increailng demur.d
fur American productions , and many of the
articles produced by the people ara va luable
in American trade ,
Simudus army is now only a few mile ] from
the coastjnorthwest of Sierra Leone. It is
uid tt > be their purpose now to deal with the
Timuch und Sherbro countries , whoso con
stant wars keep the maritime repions In such
a state of ferment that often caravans have
struggled through obstructions for hundreds
of miles. They find that their greatest dilli-
cnlty is arcoug the coast tribes , and they often
tall victims to the latter.
CHALLENGES A SLANDERER 0V QSN. GRANT
HOSTILITIES AVERTED ,
BAR HARBOR , Me. , Auguet 21. A sensa
tional etnry has just leaked out here , the sub-
stanca of which is as follows : While a promi
nent politician of New York city , a personal
friend of Gen. Grant , was vultlng the flag
ship Tennessee with o party of ladies , o cer
tain lieutenant on board , who was still wear
ing mourning crape on bis orm Indulged ia
tlanderous remarks ogalnit Gen Grant' . )
character and career. The politician became
very angry , and on his return to the shore
rut the slanderer a challenge to fight a duel.
Tim latter declined on the ground that
dueling wai violating navy regulations. The
Irate gentleman then notiGod the officer that
bo would shoot him on sight unless he
accepted the challenge. The lieutenant
fiaally accepted. While the preliminaries
were nelng arranged the admiral heard rumors
of the alfiir and declined to permit the
lieutenant to go ashore , thus frustrating the
duel for the present ,
ANOTHER BlATfllKNT Of THE AP/A. ! ! ,
A story it going the rounds to the following
ffffct , and has caused n sensation here : Hon ,
Alfred K. ConkllUjT , of New York , n nephew
of BOBCOB Opnkling , a few days ego was In thee
nunany of a lieutenant in the nuvy. when
the falter Indulged in some remarks d rojra-
tory to General Grant's character , Mr.
Oonkllug denounced the lieutenant , and
snbstciucnlly eent htm a challenge to
fiiht n duel. The latter declined
on the ground that It wan contmy to navy
regulations. Thereupon Mr. Oonkling jent
him word he would shoot him on tight. The
lieutenant then accepted the challenge but the
adraiial Interfered , nnd prevented him from
leaving the ship. Both Mr. Cpniling andI the
officers of the ship decline to give the lieuten
WASHINGTON WAIFS ,
AZTEO INDIANS STARVING.
WASHINGTON , August 21. Adjutant-Gen
eral Drum to day received a diipatch from
the officer commanding in New Mexico , say
ing that the southern Aztecs In that territory
were starving , that they had no supplies and
were unable to procure any , and that unless
food was Immediately secured for them they
would go on the war-path. These are the
s me Indians that a few weeks ago wore re
ported to be without food and In n tlarvlng
condition. Temporary relief was afforded
them by drawing on the military stores.
Publicity given the fact that the United
States treasurer had resumed the transfer of
gold coin from San Fronchco to Now York by
registered mail has ogaln caused a suspension
of that mode of transportation. It is not ex
pected that any more gold will ba sent through
the malls for some time.
The solicitor of the treaiury has given an
opinion that diibursiog oflicors in the pay
ment of interest on United States ciuton
bonds must accept court recordsi adminis
tration , execution , etc. , when verified accord
ing to the law of the state where records are
THET CANNOT TAKB CP LAND AS CITIZENS.
WASHINGTON , Augusts ! . The interior de
partment has been informed by Inspector
Gardiner , who has been assisting the Indians
and half breeds in the vicinity of Turtle Lake ,
Dak. , reservation , in taking up homesteads
on public lands , that the local land ollico ot
Devil's ' Like ia receiving homestead filings on
lands in that locality from half breeds as citi
Bins. The inspector hai been instructed that
thu Indians and half breeds are
uot citiztmp , and can only become
such under special laws enacted by
congress. They can take homesteads only as
Indian ? , subject to restrictions as to aliena
tion provided for in the Indian homestead
law. If they secure patents for homesteads
without such restrictions , many if not rll of
them will soon part with tbo lands and ngain
take refuge upon the same reservation as a
charge upon the government. If the Indians
patent thsirland under the Indian homestead
law they cannot part with them for a period
of twenty-five years.
Bound for tlio Omaha Expnoltlon.
1'ORTLAND , Ore. , August 2J. This after
noon a car Oiled with specimens of Oregon
agricultural products started on nn eastern
journey over the Oregon Short Line in charge
of E. W. Allen. It was filled up under the
direction of the state board of immigration ,
who will exhibit it at Omaha and Council
Bluffs , tbonce to Odkalooaa , where it will re
main till September 3 , when it will thence go
to DH Moines September 4 to 11 , at Chicago
September 14 to 18 , Indianapolis September
29 to October 4 , St. Louis October C to 10 ,
Louisville , October 10 to 20 ,
Jaclc Frost 011 the Border.
Sr. PAUL , August 24. The signal service
here reports killing frosts over the greater
portions of lha northwest territory , extending
southward to the northern part of Minnesota.
The temperature fell to 27 ° at St. Vincent
just before sunrise this morning. It is low
enough to form good stiff lea and kill
vegetables. The reporttfenyr'the frost is not
likely to extend very far south of St. Vincent ,
The lowest temperature reported this morn
ing was 25 ° , observed at Minnodosla , North
west Territory. The air here in St. Paul is
crisp und chilly , but no frost. Guests are
leaving the lakes in largo parties for the south.
Horrible Butchery by Youngsters.
MONTGOMERY , Ala , , August 24. A specia
to the Advertiser from Tallodega says in that
county J. II. McGowan killed and dressed a
pig for a barbecue last night , His three chil
dren , aged 11 , 9 and 4 , saw the process ol
butchering the pig. Next day Mc
Gowan left home and his children
agreed to repeat the procass of the day
before. Having no pig the two older chil
dren proceeded to butcher the youngest child
They cut its throat , hung it up by the _ heels
ai the pig had hung and were proceeding to
disembowel it when their mother discovered
the horrible tragedy.
The Chinamen Allowed to TaUo an
SAN FBANCISCO , August 24. In the United
States circuit court to-day Judge Sawyer
rendered on opinion In the two Chinese ha
beas corpus caeos , Sun Hung and SI Yee , nl-
Imvlng them to talcs an appeal from the
United Statea district court to the supreme
court of the United States. Judge Hoffman ,
in the district court , Is said to have decided
that they were not entitled to _ land. Tbo
effect of Judge Sawyer's decision will be to
give every Chinaman who wants to got into
the country a right of appeal to the tupreme
court of the United Statea.
Fatal KM road Collision.
RICHMOND , Va , , August 24. About 9
to-night a ftolght train on the Chesapeake &
Ohio railway ran Into another freight train
standing on a side track seven miles west of
Newport News , wrecking both engines end
killing euglueurs Spot aud Swilt and n brake-
man. George Wheeler , fatally Injuring Thom
as Ilollarau , and euriously Injuring five other
train men. An open switch caused the acci
dent. An engine with physicians left hero at
11 p. m. to render assistance. It is reported
both trains are on fire ,
A Royal Reception to Blalno.
BAB HARBOR , Me , August 21. About all
of the prominent visitors to this resort at
tended a reception on board of tbo Tennessee
this afternoon , at which there was dancing
and a concert by the marine band. Among
the guests wore the Russian minister and Mr.
and Mrs. Blaine , who was received with great
enthusiasm and a ealute of twelve guns was
fired in his honor. Mr , Blaine will buy land
mil build a residence here. He is in excel
Snd Accident In a Harvcet Field ,
Special Telegram to the BIB ,
COLCMDUS , Neb. , August 24 , While John
3haunahan'd seven-year-old daughter was
bringing him a , drink of water to the field
she stepped into ( he grass , and being uano-
t'ced by her father , who was mowing , she had
one of her leg * cut entirely off , Medical aid
was called , the leg was amputated , and eho is
now doing well.
The President Not to VUlt Ohio.
CINCINNATI , Ohio , August 21. The Times
Star's Toledo special says : Mr , Baron ,
Lirother-in law of President Cleveland , ( ay
there is no foundation whatever for the
announcement that the president proposes to
visit Ohio dating this campaign ,
WASHINGTON , August 24. Upper Mississ
ippi valley Generally fair weather , variable
winds , nearly stationary temperature.
Missouri valley-Generally fair weather ,
variable winds , Utlont.ry , followed by Blight
ilia in temperature ,
No Advances Mafle By the Koigbls
Toward Hostilities ,
The Visible Supply of Grain in
Store and Sight ,
The Elements Play Havoo With
Michigan Oolery Fields ,
Oholcrn'a Progress tul Now y Notes
From Numerous European
"WEALTH AND WAGES.
A GENERAL HTRlkE NOT APPREHENDED AT
Sr. Louis , Auguit 24. There were no now
developments in the railroad strike to-day.
The Wnbash commlttoo of the Knights of
Labor say they do not apprehend o gonerol
strike nt least for the present. Members of
the Kninbts of Labor in the brldgo company's
yards hero informed the superintendent this
morning they coulsl not hnndlo Wabash cats.
The superintendent unstvorod they need not
do so , that extin men would ba employed for
KANSAS CUV CJU1ET.
KANSAS CITY , Mo. , August 21. The situ
ation regarding the Wob. sh difficulties Is not
materially changed. Some of the Knights of
Labor nro reported to have refused to handle
Wabash cars , but the officials state that busi
ness is not Directed.
THE ENQINESBS WILL NOT JOIN.
CLEVELAND , 0. , August 2l.-Ohief Arthur ,
oftho Brotherhood , says tha locomotive cn-
gibcoja on the Wobosh system will not join in
the Knights of Labor strike.
STRIKING FOR WAGES DDE.
NEW ORLKANB. August 24.-Spacial to the
Plcayuno from Meridian , MIsa. , says : Em
ployes of the Queen & Crescent shops hero
struck this morning for their Juno end July
pay , end fixing of n regular monthly pay
day. As trams como in engineers ore totten
from the engines , which ere then run into the
round house. No trains will bo permitted to
leave excepting freight cars ,
KNIGHTS IN COUNCIL ,
KANSAS CITY , Mo. , August 24. A secret
meeting of the Knights of Labor from all
local lodges was hold at Wyandotte to-night
to consider ths Wabanh difficulties. Abaut
500 were present. It is understood the mem
bers were divided as to the advisability of re
fusing to handle or repair Wabaah cars. At a
late hour to-night the
meeting was still In ses
THE VI9IBLK SUPPLY.
TUB AMOUNT OP GRAININ SIGHT AND IN STORE ,
CHICAGO , August 24. The Jollowing official
statement will bo poatodoa the board of trade
to-morrow , showing the amount of groin in
sight in this country and Canada , and the
amount In store at Chicago , Saturday , August
22 , compared with the week preceding :
August 22. August 15.
Whsat -12,583,022 42,330,237
Corn 445,8050 4,501,011
OAta 2,008,130 1,730.883
llye 232,755 102 , . 60
Barley 113,232 110.824
Whrot . ' .7.7r iJ.oi9bio " , "TTnsTsifn
Corn 1,293,7C2 770,872
P/ts 138,810 10929b
Bye.- 03,300 4G.9J5
KALAMAZOO COVEBED WITH A DELUGE OP BAIN
THE CHLKBV CBOP BUINED.
KALAMAZOO , Mich. , August 24. A heavy
rain set in lost night about 9 o'clock , continu
ing till late this morning , doing great damage ,
In the south part of the city the Alcott dam
was swept away , which , together with the
backset from the river , submerged most of the
celery fields. In the north part of the city
many acres of celery were inundated. It is
estimated that three-fourths of the first crop
isrumtd , entailing nn immense loss. The
second crop must have the best weather to
save it from almost total loss.
BAINFALL THE OBEATEST KNOWN IN CHICAGO.
.CHICAGO , III , August 2J. The signal ser
vice hero reports heavy mine have fallen
during the pAt thirty-six hours In northern
Illinois , Iowa and Indiana , and eastward
through the lake region. The fall in this city
nnce 7 o'clock ( Sunday morning up to 3 o'clock
this afternoon wni 3.89 inches. . In the great
storm of August 2J , the present year , there
was a fall of 0.33 inches , so that thus far
during the present month there has been tu
exceed ten inches of rain-fall , thecreatest
amount yet recorded in ono month in Chicago.
It is still raining ,
FOKIIGN INTELLIGENOE ,
PROGRESS OF T I ! PfjAXJUE.
THE RECORD IN STAIN ,
MADRID , August 24. The following statis
tics ( how the increase In the number of cases
of cholera and In the number of deaths there
from in the principal infected districts of
3pnin yesterday , a i compared with tha 10th
Inst. of the week previous : In Alicauti , 50
more new cases and SO more deaths ; Barcel
ona , 90 cases nnd 32 deaths ; Cuenca , 335 casor ,
37 deaths ; Madrid , 31 cases , 7 deaths ; Teruel ,
31 cases , 40 deaths ; VallaJolld , 182 case ; , 20
deaths ; Almeria , 400 cnscs , 121 deaths ;
Cordora , 87 cases , 14 deaths ; Logrona. 40
cases , 18 deaths ; Lnvarro , 2G7 cases , 1C8
deaths. Jn Albacete , new cases reported for
the twenty-four hours ending with yesterday
weru 10 lets and deaths 2 i lees than the num
bers reported oil the IGlh In Granada new
cases were 171 less and deaths 1C9 less. In
Valencia there were 0 cases less , In 1'ola-
nora 115 cases and 12 deaths less , and In
Saragassa new cases were 193 leis and deaths
31 less ,
MARSEILLES , August 21. Within the past
Forty-eight hours 200 new cases were admit
ted to Pharo hospital and 270 deaths from
holera were reported within the city limits ,
besides fifty in the southern suburbs.
MADRID , August 21 The number of new
cases of cholera In Spain yesterday was 5,919 ;
number of deaths from that disease , 1,950.
TOULON , August 24 , Fifty persons died
liere during the past 48 hours from cholera.
MAIISMI.LEB , August 21 There were 1G9
deaths from cholera hero during the past two
ITS PROGRESS IN FRANCE.
MARSIILLES , August 24. Forty-four deaths
From cholera reported In this city to-day. At
Pftaro hospital eight patients died , four were
discharged and ten were admitted.
The municipal nuthontics have voted o
provisional sum of COCO ( francs to relieve
THE OABOLINIB TKOl'BLE WILL BE AUIOAULY
MADRID , August 24. A cabinet council
was held to d y to consider the rela'.ioua cl
Spain with. Germany growing out of the
Cwollnos trouble. King Alfonso , who re
turned to Madrid from L Granjn , presided.
It was ofliciftlly announced that ft reply from
Germany to the first Spanish note of
protest proposed an amicable als-
cunion of the questions at Iisnc.
Spain then sent fresh telegrams to Germany
energetically protesting the action of Germa
ny , in response to which that government ted -
d y telegraphed a reply explaining tint Its
action had been animated altogether by friendly -
ly motives and th t Germany regarded the
affair as unworthy of iatcrrupting the ancient
amity between the two natiots The reply
further explains that Germany , seeing no
evidences of Spaniih domination In the Curo-
llner , thought the Islands had been'.vlrtiiolly
abandoned , The German government , how
ever , tjoos not tnontbn whether any ot the
Islands have been actually ocuplcd ,
RUSSIA WATCHING TUItKEV.
CossTANiiNOrLK , August2l. Russia , fear
ing that Sir Henry Drummond Wolff , spiclal
British envoy to the Port * , is under instruc
tions to oiler the sultan England's assistance
In ugain getting possession ,0 !
KOM , and control of Bulgaria ,
in return for the Angln-Turkish alliance , has
instructed M. Nolidoff , Russian ambassador
to Turkey , to keep ft careful watch upon the
British envoy's negotiations.
THE I'OrULACB STARVING AT BERBER.
CARD , August 21 Information has boon
received cf a great massacre ot Berber. The
populace are starving nnd have eeizad the city
ALEXANDRIA , August 21. It is oiTici Hy
denied that petitions praying' for an hngllsh
protectorate over Kgypt are uelng circulated
ON A VISIT TO nUSSIAlS RULER.
VIENNA , August 24. Kmperor Francis
Joseph started to-day for Kromsier , where he
Is to eeo the Czar of Russia on Wednesday.
Ho declined o military guard during the jour
ney.KRESISIER , August 21 Empsror Francis
Joseph , of Austria , -KmprcBn Elizabeth and
the Austrian Crown Prince Rudolph , arrived
hero ot 2 o'clock thii afternoon. Tlio weather
was unpleasant nt the time , ruin f ailing. By
3 o'clock the storm passed nnd the weather
bscamo bright and clear. Count Van Toafe ,
Austrian prime minister , and all local officials
and persons of rank and distinction , , re
ceived the imperial visitors with enthusiasm ,
LOYAL TOASTS WERE OMITTED.
DUBLIN , August 24. At a banquet to Par-
nell this evening , fifty-eight Parnellltes were
present. Loyal toasts wore omitted. Mr.
Parnell eulogized his followers for their
courega and self-denial , Ho said there
was only ono thing on their
programme to restore the Irish pallamont.
When the parliament assembled in Dublin it
would dovelopo the Uealy clause of the land
act aud make tenants owners of their holdings
and eecuro to Iiborers a shore in tbo land.
Elgin Dairy Market.
CHICAGO , August 24. Inter-Ocean'u Elgin
( III , ) special : The butter market was
rather quiet to-day , with regular soles of 19 ,
704 pounds at 21@211c , the latter ruling. Private
vato sales of 21,600 pounds of butter nro re
ported. The total salen aggregate 88,934,00.
No cheese was sold , bids of three cents were
made for skims ,
Montreal's Small Fox Scourge.
MoffTREAL , August 2 } . Twonty-tive caste
of small pox are reportad to-dty , There
were twenty-eirjht deaths during the forty-
eight hours ending At noon to-day. Masses
of intercession to the almighty to put a stop
lo the plague are ce'cbratsd ' daily in the
Roman Catholic churches.
Heal Estate 'JCratiBloro.
The following transfer * were filed Au
gust 21 , with the county clorknnd reported
for the BEE by Amos' Heal Estate agency :
FHDCCB Ann Benedict and others , exe
cutors to Anna M G MoOormicKlota G
7 and 8 blk 7 Omaha ; s GG ft of lot 8 blk
115 , also undivided 30 f acron of Gl ' acreo
of i of no BOO 20-15-13 Dantjlas'Oo , q
c § 3,000.
Julie , II Cain and husband to Pauline
Anch filoedy lot 5 blk 3 Shinna 1st add
to Omaha w d $2,500.
Charles 0 13 ousel and trifo to Mrs
Felicia EL Little 70 ft west of no cor of
blk 143 s of Farnam St Omiha w d
Anna E Oafferty ( > Idovr ) to Chr Baler
It 4 blk 2 Boyd's add tu Omaha w d § 115.
Henry Slmonsoa and wf to Willie Ira
Gorndorf , lots 1 , 2 and 3township 14-11 ,
town of Mtllard , wd , § 800 ,
Orson Stovoneon and wf to William
Reeves , lota 1 , 2 , 4. 5 and 7 , blk 8G , city
of Florence , w d , § 300.
James E Bjyd and "f to Eleanora
Bojd.itot 3 , blk 3 , Capitol Hill add to
Omaha , w d , § 3,000.
Baxter L Thorns a Bnd wf to Hans
Gundorson , lot 8 , blk 48 , nnd lot 2 , blk
49 , city of Florence , w d , § 35.
Charles Llchten and wf to Mary Ojttr ,
80 acres tA " of m.J eec 31-10-10 Dough' ,
county , w"d , § 1,000.
Charles 0 House ) and wf to Lars Noh-
len. cA of middle of lot 10 , Johnson's
add , 0 mahj , w d , § 375.
To Conlruutore ijlana and npocifica-
tlons for three tiro-story frame with
brisk : baaomont honaescan bo noon at the
office of Ballon Bros. , 31 ? South 13th
St. , where blda will bo received for ton
3ayn for tha construction of the tald
tiouBoa complete , Contractor to furnish
mntoml. August 22d , 1885 ,
T Bill r" AGUES
of choice land , on extension of Leaven-
worth , at a bargain.
House and acre of ground , § 800 , on
tlrno.Very dcalrabJo cottage and largo lot on
Pierce St. $3.150.
BELL & MCOANDLISH ,
1511 Dodge St.
Croft loans money en Diamonds and
Fine watcher. Room 4 , Wlthnoll block
ORHAai SOLID SILVERWARE.
Now and exclntivo designs for wedding
pr H3nta jest received.
MAX MKVEH & Buo.
SOLID SILVER WEDDING PRES
In new and exclusive designs , Lowest
prices. MAX MEVEK . & Bito.
If yon buy lumber anywhere , without
getting Hoaglaud'a prices you will losu
All membe of tha German Assembly
of the Knlghta of Labor are requested to
meet at St. Georco'a Hall next Saturday
evoaluij at 8 o'clock sharp.
By order of
MASTER W. P , ROWAN.
Indian Curloiitlen , Buck&kla Suits ,
Moccitlns , Scalps. Toinalmvrks , Old
Colna and Mineral ) for 8 > b , 1022 Far-
For booth privileges ( Jimha Fair ap
ply to Arthur II Biiggc , 1420 Fare am St.
add gem for
Upholstering anu repairing done b ;
Edwards , Keep & Co.'a Elooio Furnlah-
ng Goodi Store , 113 North 10th street
THE MARKETS *
Yesterday's ' Cattle Receipts Weariest
ROTH Tin's Year , rJ :
Wheat in a Stats of Eiot-On the
Vorgoof a Panic ,
Holders Unloading-Tho Pit
Flooded With Sellers , Ml
Tlio KiiRliBhVtioat Crop Promises aa
Average Yield Weekly
of tlio British Grnln Trade.
UMIE GIIA.IN 1'ir.
Special Tolojrram to The HUE.
CHICAGO , August 24.-Tho wtisat market
appeared to bo on the vargo of a panic this
morning. A heavy decline Saturday was fol
lowed by n feeling of preat depression
and the market opened a full la
lower than the close on the regular board Sat
urday , followed by a still further slight de
cline. Following the load taken by tholNow
York and St , Louis
markets , sellers were In a
great majority , and tbo pit was Hooded with
selling orders , ' 'shorts" nppsnrlng to be nbout
the only purchasers. There was a rnjly of lo
from the bottom prices , when the report of
receipts at St. Louis started the market down
ngain , when it was aided in its cjurso by
some very vigoroui hammering by tho-
"hours. " Sailing was general and on a very
large scale , ono of the moving causes being
expectations of another large increase in the
The price for October was driven down to
SOci , and the finish on the regular board was
nearly at the inside
prices. There was a-
stronger feeling on the afternoon board , and
the market was carried up Ic , closing
rather firm. Considerable wheat wns placed
on sale owing to exhausting margins , but not
withstanding the oovero break , no failures of
any kind wore reported , nnd there was to
ward the close considerable buying reported
for the " "
The market was active and unsettled. The
opening was weak , influenced some by n de
cline in wheat , but "shorln" commencsd to
cover , and with reports of cold weather nnd
froJt lu the north the market became very
strong , September advancing ) Jc , October IJo ,
and the lonRer futures , J@lc. It fell back
g@lc , aad finally closed jj@Ic higher than
There was brisk trading in onts , the August
option ad ? incing Jo nt the openinsr. but fell
back g@ie , nnd closed steady , Tha other
futures are somewhat firmer.
were tfnerally stronger. Mess park advanced
20@22ic enriy , rola off 12i@15c. rallied 7i@
10 } , and c'osed steady. Lard ruled a elude
CHICAGO STOCK MAUKKT.
Special Telegram to The BEE.
CHICAGO , August 24. Receipt * Included
about 300 cars of Toxaua acd 75 to 80 cars
northwestern rangers , and ia the largest num
ber of Texans nnd
westerns received foe any
one day this season. Tha number of natives
was email , and thcro was scarcely lot among
the arrivals thatwere first-class or even good.
The weather was rainy and general outdoor
operations rather restricted on that ncsount
Advices from eastern markets were rather
discouraging , and buyers for that part ot the
country had no orders that were worth
speaking of , and In a general way.
In fact of the light offerings , natives
were hard to sell. Nebraska , Colorado
and Montana Texans may be quoted " at
S3.403.90 and closing there. ICange na
tives and half-breods may bo quoted at from
Sl.OO to 64.80 ; shipping steers. 1,350 to 1,500
Ibs. 85 email@example.com ; 1,20 to 1,350 Ibs , ? 5 GO : 950
to 1.200 Ibs , 81,15(55.00. ( Through Texas
cattle 10@2 > ) o lower ; 9DO Ibs , S3.00@3 90 : 750
to 900 lb , firstname.lastname@example.org ; COO to 700 Ibs , 82.25 ©
3.00 , Western rangers 10(220c ( lower ; natives
and email@example.com ; wintered Texans.
S350@3.90. Sales-251 Nebraska Toxnns ,
1,011 Ibs. 8355 ; 289 Montana Texans ; 1,086
Ibs 83 90 ; 87 Dakota , 1,103 Ibs. § 3.75 ; 300
N&braska Toxnns , 1,020 Ibs , 83.05.
The trade opauei rather brisk , with a slight
advance on choice ll ht and choice heayy
shipping sorts , or nny other good corn-fed
things , but rough , common , gratsy , or the
ordinary run of packing sorts were Blow and
unchanged. From first to last nnd at the
extreme close prices were easier all around.
Towards the end receipts rolled up 3.COU to
4,000 inoro than at first calculated on , and ns
ijompaiod with last Monday there were about
( IOJ ( of an Increase. Hough and common
tiold around about 84.00 4.10 , and fair to
irood packing eorta SI.SO 440 , with best
heovy10J ( 48i ; packing and shipping , 250
to 309 pounds , SI 35@-l 75 ; light weights , 130
to 1/0 pounds , S1.75fi4 95 ; 180 to 210 pounds ,
WEEKLY BKVmV OF TUB 1IBITIHH 01IAIN TKADE ,
LONDON , August 21. The Mark Lane Ex
press , in its weekly review of the British groin
trade , siye : The weather has been dull and
cooler with stormi in the northern districts.
Should fmo weather prevail , the harvest will
probably be completed by the end of August.
Forty-two per cent of the returns received
represent the wheat crop to bo over the aver-
ago. Fifty-six per cent of oats returns , 73
per cent of beans returns , nnl 81 per cent of
peas returns , show those crops tu bo under the
aver RO. There will bo an averogo crop o
Wheat growers are of the opinion Uiat the
crop of 1884 was better than that of 1885 will
bo , Galen of Logllsh wheat dming the post
Sfom ? 'W1 ? ' 1U"Ftera at33a C B ° 'C8fc
39,003 at 30j 4d uuiing the corr'jspondinff
week last year. The trade in fortlrn wh ot l
almost nothing. Tlio huge vlslb'.e supply la
America In depressing time hero.
Irado In cargoes off coast la unchanged.
ihera were fourteen arrivals. Your ctrinua
were sold , eleven weru withdr * wn nnd fifteen
remain , including two California. Twenty
cargoes nro due.
At to days' market there , was a foir supply
of wheat. Thi quality vw , variable. Now-
English and Ameiican we'.u ashill ng cheaper.
Flour not quoted. A.merlcan com was
( Circe , and prlcw stoatf y. In round com
there was au ntnple su'.vly Bnd chcaptr to
buy. Barley quiet. Oils dull.
Dr. Hamilton 'Mitren , Physlo n and
Surgeon , 019 N. lOth utrcot , iie r Wob-
ler. Day and nJ ; ht calls promptly at-
G. F. LYMAN ,
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