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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE }
SEVENTEENTH ! YEAB. OMAHA. WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST 3. 1887. NUMBEB 4 (
HE OBJECTED TO THE RANGE ,
Mi Ferry Refuses to Be a Target at Twenty
WHAT M. BOULANGER HASTOSAY
Dillon CAIN Down Speaker Pcclo Tor
Ills Partial Utilities Gladston-
lann Win a Great Victory
Otlior t'oroiifii Now * .
The French Fiasco.
'il ' 1887 111 Jamn Onrilm IlennUt. ]
PAIIIS , August 2. INew York Herald
Cablu-S ] > ecial to the Bun. ] For several days
the luipondliiK Ferry-Botilangor duel has
been overhanging the Parisian atmosphere
like a suppressed snecro , The gallant gen
eral's seconds , General Faverot and Comte
Dillon , have been chasczing and crolsezlng
about Franco llko Daniels In some gigantic
cotillion trying to find Ferry's seconds. Fly
ing journeys have been made to St. Die near
the German frontier , to Bordeau and the
Atlantic coast , and to Urlage In the Isero.
In fact Hocliefort has surnamed this duel
"Lo Duel" du chapcau dn Pallle
d1 Italic. Your correspondent can
only compare this duel to ono In Kgypt
\vhen , as ono ot the late General Stono's
seconds , he had to travel 500 tulles In mid
summer on a camel through thu Arabian
desert to find Dr. Sclmelngunth , the other
principal In the duel. The four seconds ,
however , Messieurs Antonln Proust and
Itaynal for Ferry and General Faverot and
Count Dlllon for Boulanger , all came to
gether to-day In Paris , . The result unless
Ferry chanxcs Is no duel after all. liou-
langer's seconds publish In this evening's
papers a process , verbal , over their blgna-
tures. of which the following Is a summary :
"General Uoulanger having , as the offended
party , the choice ot weapons and desiring to
make as far ns possible the chances of the
combat , chooses pistols ; General Boulangcr
demanding the serious satisfaction justitied
by the gravity of the Insult. His
ftccond , General Faverot and Count
Dillon , proooscd that an indefinite
number of balls should bo exchanged until
one or the other of thu adversaries should bo
hit Tlieso conditions wcro declined by M.
Ferry's seconds. So , In order to arrive at an
agreement , General lioulanger'a seconds aou-
tented to bo satisfied with an exchange of
ono ball at twenty paces , each party to tire at
the word of command , but at will , such being
the extreme limit of concession compatible
with their formal and repeated Instructions
from General Boulanger. Then M. Ferry's
seconds , Messieurs Proust and Haynal , de
clared that they would only accept a duel at
twenty-live paces , only ono ball to be exchanged -
changed and the firing to be at the word ol
command. The right of the seconds of the
Insulted party being to merely state the con
ditions for arranging the combat without
having to submit to the conditions proposed
by tlio seconds of the other party , General
Favcrott aud Co into Dlllon withdrew frorc
I Signed ] GKNKUAL FAVKnoT ,
COMTI : DILLON.
PARIS , August 2.
1 have an assurance from General Bou
langer to the following effect : "Had 1 nol
been In command of a portion of tlio Frencl
army , had 1 been merely awaiting orders , a <
It was before 1 left Paris , I should have paid
no attention to the remarks made In M ,
Ferry's speech , but now that I am In com
mand of the corps d'armee of the Frencl
army It Is my bounden duty to the honor ant
the epaulettes of the ottlcers I have the honoi
to command , not to brook any aspersion !
being cast by any one upon the dignity o
the chief. It Is on ihls account that 1 in
sisted on a reparation likely to preclude , i
possible , this sterile result.1'
A COMMONS INCIDENT.
Dillon Criticises the Speaker for Un ,
% fair Decisions.
LONDON , August 2. In the commons thl
evening Dillon complained of a statemen
made In a provincial paoer , which ho BUB
pccted was supplied by a conservative mem
ber , charging him In a recent debate wltl
laughing in approval of the stoning of
daughter of tlio agent of Lord Sllgo during i
school procession in Belfast. This otleiislv
and disgusting passage was too much fo
him. Messrs. Halsey , McLean , Webster ani
Price , conservatives , claimed that the stott
loont was true. Dillon replied that it wa
false and part of a system of Infamous am
atrocious falsehoods by which an attempt i
being made to hunt Irish member
out of public life. The speaker called bin
to order , saying ho must not make sue !
Ehargcs against members. Dillon replied b
nski ng If Irish members were to have an ;
protection In the houso. He had heard th
speaker call members to order lor languag
which beside this sinks Into Insignificance
The speaker replied that ho was the judite o
order and that the members who said th
accusation was true put their own vcrsioi
upon what occurred. MacLcau rclteratet
aia BtatcmenH but added that hi
would acquit Dillon ot sharln
In the laughter tf ho repudl
ted It Dlllon said the occurrenc
had been misrepresented. "If charges c
this character are allowed to be hnrlc
v igainst us there will be an end to all putill
tccency and order in parliament" Th
ipeaker said the laughter which the member
declared they heard was meant to be Intel
preted In an offensive manner. If Mr. Dllloi
repudiated thu statement the house couli
iccept the repudiation. Ita refused to con
ilder the matter further and the hidden
closed with the following remark from 1311
Ion : "Ihen these measures of justice ar
for oni sot ot members , and there is no Ju :
tico for another set. " [ Hcrculaan cheers.J
Clause 21 of the laud bill , the consldera
tlon ot which had been postponed , wa
omitted , italfoiirappcalltig to the Parnelllte
not to press thu new clauses ot which the
had given notice. Thu remalnliu orlitlm
rliusos were disposed of. Baltour submlttc
the lirst ot the government's new clause !
which empowers the court to rescind lease
obtained since IbO'J by undue influence. Thl
rlaimn aim several minor clauses were agree
to and progress was reported on the wide
Mnndlng that the committee will bo liuistie
A Great Gladstone Victory In a Hco1
LONDON , August 2. The election to-da
In BrldRCton division of Glasgow rcsultt
In thu return of Sir George Otto Trevclyai
llberul , by a vote of1,651. . Ashley , conservi
tlve , received 3,3W. Trevelyau's victory
felt In conservative circles to bo the severe
blow the unionists have yet experience' '
In tense Interest provided the clubs th
evening. Kach side attached supreme Ir
portance to the election ns the first foug !
slnco the general election Detwcen Glai
sionlan and liberal unionists , the other cue
test having been between conservatives an
Gladstones. The lenders of both sidi
ctl\ely gained In the tray. The uulonU
expected th t Trovolj an would be return *
but they also were confident ot
reduction of the former Gladitonlt
majority , \vhlch would prove tha b
cinnlug of a reaction In Scotland fro
laith In Gladstone Issues. The Immense ii
crease In the GlndMnnlan vote bus CHi'.sod
jiuuii ! among thorn. Whou the result of tl :
utrrllin ! became known In the house , met
bo is deserted tlio bunches and flocked to I
InbMiti.vhetp they earnestly discussed t
t.oHtlcs ! outlook. 'Ihe home rulers vrr
jubilant The ministerial ! ; ! * admit thai
mollification ot the eovotnmunt's liish pr
U\y 1 puibable under HIM conclusive pinof
Iho cpread ot UiniUtoiilanlsm. Kir HOOT
rr nl > un , in a sp oh-UU o\euicg. sjld i
victory made It next to Impossible for the
government to proclaim the Irish national
league. The election , ho declared , largely
letlled the Irish question , Henceforth Ire
land must be treated In a spirit of concilia
tion , kindness and contldcnco.
RnaHla'8 Promise to Moslems.
BOMIIAY , August 2. The c/ar recently
Bounded the ameer of Bokhara as to whether
his subjects would assist Hussla In the event
of war. The ameer replied that his subjects
were Moslems and would rebel If ho assisted
Russia. A proclamation of the c/ar has been
posted on the gates of Samarcand , promising
that Hussla will not Interfere with the Turk
omans and Usebeks , provided liu.slau
ttoops are allowed free passage through the
Dublin's Iicaicno Still McctR.
DUIH.IN , Ausust 2. The lirst meeting of
the National league since the coercion act
was put In operation was hold hero to-night.
It was announced that the receipts from
America since the last meeting amounted to
555,200. Tlio lord mayor declared that the
le.igue , if proclaimed , would continue its
In ; lit
Cholera In Malta.
LONDON , August 2. Advices from Malta
say there have been two fatal cases ot chol-
eia there and that foul bills of health are be
ing issued to vessels departing from thu
_ _ - _ _
A Cnnaillan 1'aclflc Knlmldy.
LONDON , August 2. The government has
decided to subsidize the Canadian Pacific
route for transportation of British transPacific -
Pacific mails. _
ST. J OS 1C I'll I10UUBON9.
They Want a Youaic Official Removed
For Deintr a Iteuubllcan.
ST. JOSEPH , Mo. , August 4 | Special Tel
egram to the BEE. ) The regular
monthly meeting of the < directors of
the Missouri state lunatic asylum
No. 2 was held In this city to-day , and con
siderable excitement was caused when It was
known that a petition had gene before the
board asking for tlio dismissal of Dr. F. C.
Uoyt , second assistant physician and super
intendent of the asylum. The only reason
given In the petition for lloyt's removal was
that ho Is a republican , and as such has no
right to hold olllco under a democratic ad
ministration. Hey t Is a young man of about
thirty years , a graduate of Jefferson Medical
college , Philadelphia , and was appointed
because of his peculiar htness tor the posi
tion. He Is ono of the most prominent phy
sicians of the city and has a large following.
During the last presidential campaign he
was president of the young men's republican
club in tins city and one of Its hardest work
ers. The petition lor his removal was signed
by about OUO and following It was a romon-
strniico of tlio same length. The board has
taken no action In the premises , and It is
thought will not d.ire to dismiss llo > t for the
reason given. A great deal ot excitement
has been occasioned ou account of the matter
and much hard feeling produced. The two
petitions represent respectively the strength
of the political parties in this city and the
line has boon drawn clearly. It lloyt is dis
missed it will produce a change In this
county which will show itself at the next
election. It is claimed , and with good
reason , that Congressman James N. Itumo'n
faction of the democracy Is waging the war
on llLyt , who'epresciits the young and ac
tive element in the republican party of the
Unsatisfactory Roillrn By a Canadian
Officer to Queries.
HALIFAX , August 2. Captain Scott , ol
the Canadian fishery protection service , ha :
received from Admiral Luco , of the United
States navy , a snries of questions regarding
the present condition of fishery affairs , and
has replied In writing. The substance of re
ports indicate that there are no Canadian
ports where an American fishing vessel can
replenish Its stock of provisions except In au
tuuin , when leaving for homo. Second , it Is
Insisted upon that every American llshermai :
anchoring In port or other place :
for shelter must enter and clear at the cus
toins house or with cruisers. On the ques
tlon of what the word "repairs" covers , Cap
tain Scott lays this must be left to the dis
cretion of collectors or captains of cruisers
Captain scott enters Into a detailed explana
tlon of the restrictions ot Americans to cnr
tain points for wood and water and rop.iiis
which seems to show such vessels may enl :
enter three ports for these purposes , am
then under rigid treaty simulations. Tin
information Is , on the whole. It Is under
stood , not satisfactory to the admiral.
Colored Veterans Resolute.
BOSTON , August 3. Three hundred col
orcd veterans of the war bad a reunion hen
yenterday and to-day. A long set ot resolu
tlons was adopted setting forth the value o
the services of the colored soldiers and sail
ors , declaring It the duty of the goveriiuen
to remedy the evils until the colored mat
shall 1 have equal protection under the lav
with i his white brethren. The action of tin
department commander of the G. A. It. Ii
refusing a charter to a post of colored veter
ans wan severely censured. Steps will b <
taken to form a permanent organization.
A Mother' * Fatal Leap.
SAHATOUA , N. Y. , August l.-Mrs. W. H
Lisle , of Lanalngburg. with her two smal
children left on the 8:25 : train last evinini
for Glen us Falls. The train stopped at For
Kdwardand something occuired to e.xclti
the lady and she attempted to jump from thi
coach to the platform. She threw ono of he
children lirst aud then sprang after It wltl
the other. She tell under the cais and re
celved Injuries from which she died am
which resultrd In the deatn ot her child
The other child was rescued by the engincei
A Now Jersey Hurricane.
NEW BRUNSWICK , N. J. , August 2.
hurricane accompanied by rain and hall
prevailed here for an hour and a half thl :
afternoon. Tha rain fall was the heaviest Ii
many years. The streets are deluged am
b.idly damaged and cellars are flooded. Th
tires in a number of factories were tx
tingulshcd and sevuial bulldlnga struck b
. Killed Hy IllH Guest.
ST. Louts , August 2. Last evcnln
Michael Murray instantly killed F. . Boo :
key. ex-poslmistur of Mitchell , III. , at th
lattur'a hotel In that village. It teem
Booskoy was abusing a negro waiter , nn
Murray , who was a guest at the house , rt
moustrated when Boosliev advanced menacf
Ingly toward him. whereupon he drew a n
volver and shot Booskey through the neac
The GlavB \ \ orkern.
PiTi'snuno , August 2. At a conterencon
thi gre n glass manufacturers and wort
uipn here yesterday an amicable sottlemen
of the wage question and working rules fr
the riiMiIng jear was effected. The wag
scale U thu same as that In force last year.
Civil Horvioo Ueformors ,
NEWPORT , H. L , August 2. The annu :
meeting of the Civil Service Keform leagu
U to bo held to-morrow morning at the Chat
nlng memorial church at 10:30 : o'clock. Tl
nnniml address will tie delivered by Geort
William Curtis , president of the leaituu. Ti
night William Pott , of Albauv , presented h !
resignation as secretary In order to accei
the position of chief examlnor.
A Strike Failure.
PiTTsnuna , August 2. The slrlko of tli
employes of the Block Diamond steel work
of Park Bros. A Co. , lor iccognltlon of tl
Knights of Labor , has fallrrt and wor
will be resumed In all department ! to-nio
NKW YORK , August 'A Ther were s vei
teen cases of heat prostration reported I
Brooklyn to-day , of which two were faU
HViurcasrs bt sunitioUe nore reported 1
J this city to-day , onw ot Item being -UU1 ,
TRYING TO SEE TflE BOORS ,
Pacific Commissioners After Accounts
Which Have Been Refused Them ,
THE CASE BROUQHTINTOCOURT.
Stanford Says Ho Will Use His Influ
ence to Get the Volume | f
Certain Thing * Are Kept
The Pacific Investigation.
SAN y ANcisco , August 2. The exami
nation of Senator Stanford was resumed be
fore the Pacific commission to-day. Ho gave
a list of the resources of the Central and
Western Pacilic companies , with the oxcep.
tlon of those originally contributed by the
promoters of the enterprise up to December
31 , iscy , These resources , Stanford stated ,
amounted to $40,002,000 , and of this only
41,4S"i,000 was realized from the llrst mort
gage and government bonds. The cost ot
building the road to Ogden averased
845,000 per mile , which was 25 to 50 per
cent higher than the estimates made by
some eminent engineers , Stanford's argu
ment showed a doliciency ot about 87,000 per
mile between the actual cost and the govern
ment aid , and said the government ahuuld
make this up.
Commissioner Anderson said : "Senator ,
the belief Is prevalent that the Inability of
the Central 1'ncllic to pay the government in-
debtednes arises rrom the fact that It Its re
sources have been expended through con
tracts let and work done by contract by the
Western Development and Pacilic Improve
ment company. "
Stanford replied : "No money belonging to
the Central Pacific has been diverted to any
other corporation. "
Anderson asked If the books of the corpo
rations which had dealings with the Central
Pacitlc were open for Inspection.
Stanford said he was ready to use his In
fluence to have the commissioners examine
any books wo have as to the Central Pacilic
railway , but they have very active rlvols and
competitors , and have relations with many
Individuals. "These accounts'said he , "we
don't wish to have laid bofoie the public. "
This offer related to the booit of the West
ern Ie\olopment , Pacific Improvement aud
other companies , so far as they con
cerned the Central Pacilic. Chairman Pattl-
8on said If this otter contemplated a
star chamber examination of the books ho
would have nothing to do with it.
Stanford sa'd ' the company did not desire
star chamber proceedings. Ho merely de
sired that such matters as were not pertinent
to the objects of the commission should not
bophen to the public nor made points ot
During the proceeding n petition was pre
sented In the United States clicuit court by
the commission asking that 1. D. Doutv , sec
retary of the western development and simi
lar corporations , be compelled to produce the
books. The matter was set for hearing to
In the afternoon counsel for the Central
Pacilic submitted a proposition saying they
would produce thu books asked for from
Douty and others , reserving the right to
withhold the same , or a portion of the same ,
whenever the commission seeks to examine
matters not pertinent to a proper or com
plete examination of the matters with the
Investigation of which they are charged.
Die commissioners accepted the proposition
with certain reservations.
A Robber Secures Twelve Thousand
Dollars With an Augur.
DKADWOOD , Dak. , August 2. [ Special
Telegram to the BIK. : | A very slick piece of
burglarious work occurred at Central City
to-day. The amalgam that Is kept in a
strong box was extracted while the guard sat
upon thu treasure with a shot gun In the
Father Desmetmill. Tha thief bored through
the wall of the mill with an augur until It
was a foot square , then bored Into the strong
box that was near the wall , roiched into the
box and took therefrom about 810,000. There
Is no clue to the tliiot. Are\sardof Sl.OOC
has been offered for his capture.
ItAiMi ) CITY , Dak. , August 2. | Special
Telegram to the Bin : . ] Kighty-livn pound !
of amalgam was stolen from the Desmutmill
In Dcadwood gulch last night. It contained
from 812,000 to 815,000 of gold. No clue has
yet been obtained as to who the robbei Is. A
thousand dollais Is olloied for the apprehon
slou and conviction ot tlio thief.
CAN'T HAVK I1AKT1GAN.
Governor Tlinyer'n ICcquUltlon Fet
Ills Extradition Is Denied.
ST. PAUL , August 2. The requisition ol
the governor of Nebraska for the extradition
of Jumes G. Hartlgau , of Omaha , was douleO
by Governor McGill to-day. The case ha ;
bung UFO for several weeks. The charge
against Hartlgan was aiding and abcttlm
one Powell In commuting forgery , but the
attorney general In his opinion In the cas <
conclude-1 that the real object of the extra
dltlon proceedings was to make HartUar
pay over money received from Powell In i
Grottkau Goes to Jail.
MII/WAUKEF , August 2. Pending an ap
peal of his case to the supreme court Pan
Grottkau , the anarchist editor of the Arbeltel
Zeitung , who was convicted of Inciting laboi
riots hero last year and sentenced to oni
year's imprisonment , was released on ball
Alarmed by a report that he was about to le ! <
to Germany , his bondsmen to-day surren
dered him to the sheriff. The trouble Is tin
result of a row In which the cntlru Koclaiis
section Is concerned , the leaders of whicl
are bavins a Ihelv rumpus among them
.selves. Grottkau will liaso to remain In jal
until the supreme court arrives at a decision ,
which will not bo sooner than November.
Murrtorcd Dy An Illegitimate Son.
Ei. PASO , Tex. , August 2. Mrs. Maose
widow of the late Juan Mauso. ono of thi
wealthiest and most inlluentlal citizens o
northern Mexico , was murdered at her resl
deuce nnar Paso del Norto this afteinoon
The deed Is supposed to have been commit
ted by a man named Telles , an illcgitimat
son of the late Mr. Maese. liy the law o
Mexico Telles would get a share of the ea
tate in case ot tlio widow's doeth. Telles 1
A'ictory Kor the Gentiles.
SALT LAKI : , Utah , August 2 , The return
are not all In of yesterday's election , but Hi
gentiles elect two and perhaps three mem
tiers of tlio council branch of the lecislatur
In a total ot t\\el\e , and three and porhap
foua members of the lower housn out of
total of twenty-four. Iho gentiles conslde
this a victorj , being far the best they hav
o\er been ablu to do.
Murdered His Wife.
IIoMEH , Mich. , August 2. This aftcrnoo :
George Uurton , aged thirty-one , nnirderc
hU wife , wounded hU mother-in-law ani
shot himself , at his homo two and a hal
mile ? south ot hero. Uurton and his wit
had parted and she. had Instituted proceed
Ings for di\orce. faho returned to thu hous
for her clothes and they quarreled with th
Storm In Kentucky ,
LQUISVU.I.K , Ky. . August 2. A sever :
wind , rain and hall storm swept over th !
city this afternoon. It rained in torrcnl
and large hailstones fell , covering the street :
The storm on the river did considerable dan
age and a number of crowa and harbor boa )
were kept very busy.
End of the Chess Tourney.
FKANKFOUT , Aucusc2. Tholnternatloni
chess tournament ha * been concluded , Cai
tain MacKciulo , of New York , won tlio fir ;
prize. , .
THE BATHTUB UOOULEIt.
McGarlgto Leaven Harla and Goes to
Ht. Catherine * .
CHICAGO , August 2. The Dally News'
special from Wyoming , Ontario , says : Me-
Garlgic , the boodler , arrived hero at 1 o'clock
Monday morning , having driven over from
Sarnla sixteen miles. He stopped at the
hotel until next morning , when ho took the
train for London shortly after 0 o'clock , Ho
made no ou"ott to hide his Identity , and was
recognized by both conductor and brakeman -
man of the train. In conversation he said
ho meant to return to Chicago as soon as ho
got the llttlo affair settled. The dally News
special from St. Catherines , Ontario , says
It It reported that McGarlglo , acting on the
recommendation of Dr , St. John , will arrive
In St. Catherines to-day and employ a law
yer , F. K. St. John , to conduct his defense In
case an attempt at arrest and extradition Is
mado. Lawyer St. John resides in St. Cather
ines and la a brother to the now noted
Tlio Dally News special from London ,
Out. , Rays : It Is stated that McGarlgle ar
rived at Ingcrsoll , east of London , In time
to catch the Atlantic express which passed
that point going east at 12:05 : p.m. He Is
supposed to have passed around London
from Strathors. London authorities seem
determined to arrest him if found.
A Montreal dispatch to the News says :
Two detectives left for London , Out. , last
night with a warrant for the arrest of Mc-
Garigle and Issued at the Instance of .James
Baxter , a broker ot this city , on a charge ot
conspiracy. Baxter alleges that when Mc-
Gartitie was chief of police of Chicago ho
conspired with one Slits , of Montreal , to
have Baxter's portrait placed in the rogues'
DuritoiT , Mich. , August 2. A special to
the Evening Journal from Hamilton , Ont. ,
says : McGarlgle arrived here from Strath-
roy last night and registered at the Itoval
Hotel as "William .lames of Toronto. " Ho
went to his room Immediately after arriving
and remained there. When a Journal re
porter saw him this morning ho admitted he
was McGarlgle , but declined to make any
statement about his trip from Chictgo.
"How long do you Intend to remain
"i will i.robably make this my headquar
ters. " replied the boodlor , "until everything
Is arranged In Chicago. 1 am going away
this afternoon , but will return again to
Ho left on the 12:20 : train for Toronto ,
where ho has made arrangements to meet a
Chicago commissioner with a view of coin-
promising his dlfticulty.
* The Dally News Statharlnes , ( Ont. ) spec
ial sajs : McGarlgloarrived here this aftei
noon and It Is believed ho is hiding In St.
John's house , from which all straneers and
uowsppaer men aia rigidly excluded. A de-
lectivo is awaiting the arrival of some papers
from Montreal to arrest McGarlglo on some
old chaigo of conspiracy.
Itoloasrd on Ball.
CHICAGO , August 2. Late this afternoon
Dr. St. John succeeded In securing bonds
men and was released from Tcustody. There
was nothing of special Interest in tlio boodle
trial to-day. Warden Frey has again baen
released ou ball , new bondsmen having been
ST. Louis. August 2. A slight earthquaKe
shock was lelt In this city at 12SC : last night.
At 1:15 : reports came from the mounted
police district , where U was distinctly fell
and from several private residences In the
western part of the city where It woka up
occupants of houses , but no damage is re
ported. The shock was telt in the operating
room of tlio Western Union Telegraph com
pany and was ever enough to interfere
with work for a moment -
CHICAOO , Angus * 2 , Dispatches from
Jacksonville , Centrali * and Jonesboro , Ills. ,
thin morning Indicate that the earthquake
shock noted at Nashville , Tenn. , St. Louis.
Mo. , and Evansvllle was goneinl throughout
southern and central Illinois. At Jackson
ville the vibrations seemed to be from east tc
west , but at Jonesboro from northwest tc
south. In the latter place a rumbling noise
was heard and the shocks wcru ot Riifllcicnl
force to cause picture frames to fall from the
walls. The time was 12,40 a. m.
CAIHO , III. , August 2. A severe shock ol
earthquake at 120 : this morning lasted thlitj
seconds. It stopped many clocks and fright
ened people. No damage Is reported.
NASHVII.I.K , Tenn. , August 2. Lasl
night's earthquake was telt cenorallj
throughout Tennessee , except Memphis. In
several places it was quite severe.
CINCINNATI , August 2. The Commercial-
Gazette's Kvansvillo ( Ind. ) special says
that at the time of tin
earthquake last night the farm of 7. , P. Hayden -
don , in Trigg county , Kentucky , midway be
twecn the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers
Bank four or live feet below its former level
There were 'MO acres In thn farm , and lo-daj
It Is Idling with water and becoming a lake
CHICAOO , August 2. Dispatches froir
various portions in Central Illinois Indicati
that the earthquake of early this mornltiL-
was generally lelt throughout that sectlot
t hough no damage appears to have beet
A VOIIIIK Fiend's Confession.
KAION , O. , August2. John Beall.thlrteei
years old , who has been In jail six month !
on the charge of killing his mother , has madi
a confession In which ho says ho did tin
deed. On June IS this boy was at home will
Ms mother and about 4 o'clock alarum
neighbors by saving three tramps had killed
his mother , and that he was asleep , but awak
ened In time to see them leaving with semi
money and a watch. The boy had shot hi
mother twice , and then ncaily beheaded he
with an ax. No motive for the crime can b <
assigned except , that he- was angry at wha
seemed to him to be evidences ot favorltlsn
shown to his sister by bis mother.
A Sfrlko In an Insane Asylum.
Fri.TON , Mo. , August 2. Yesterday morn
Ing fifteen lady attendants of the state luun
tic asylum quit the employ of the asylum be
cause of the recent order of the superintend
cut requiring them to keep lights burning ii
the halls till 1 o'clock , and to stay with th
patients In the yard until 10 o'clock. Till
order required all to remain up until
o'clock , and it was Impossible foi them to g
to work air am at 5. It Is reported that th
male attendants refused to obey the orde
and locked up th\ ( patients and tuined ou
the lights at 0 o'clock. _
KNOXVILLE , Pi. , August 2. YesterdT
afternoon a terrible storm and cyclone passe
o\er the regions south of this place , extern
Ing through the odge'of Deerlield townshi
and Chatham. Grain was leveled to th
ground and forest and orchard trees wer
torn up by the roots. Great loss has bee :
sustained by farmers.
Too Much Dust.
CHICAGO , Aueutt 2. The Journal's Pe <
ria (111. ( ) special says : A tire broke out r
noon to-day In tlio Prlnz & Ulrlch ma
house completely destroying it Loss o
machinery , buildlm ? and stock estimated r
515,000 , with S10.000 Insurance. Tlio lire or
glnated from spontaneous combustion c
Honors to'ConcrcKsman Collins.
DUIH.IN , August 2. Tlio lord mr.yor to-da
presented the freedom of the city of Dubli
to Hon. Patrick A. Collins , of Boston , Mass
"as a representatUe of the millions of Iris
people banished from their natlvo land b
landlordism and oppression. "
nntlsh Spies at Work.
QUEKNSTOWN , August 2. Special dele
lives made a strict search of all baggage b
longing to passengers aboard the steamshl
City of Itlclimond on her arrUal hi'to lu
evening Irora Now York.
Migration or Minors.
POTTSVILLK. J'a. , Aueust 2. A party i
forty picked miners will leave this city fi
Alburta , British-Columbia , where ther wl
be employed on Ui anthracite ioal mines r
contly opened In that r < uloti. Oilier parui
will f lly.v J3 soon as-they can be nrg.anUe.
MR , MORRISON'S ' AMBITION.
He Wants to Be Vice-President or United
ANTIQUATED ARMY OFFICERS.
They arc Standing In tlio Way of Mill-
tary i'roarc.ss Commissioner
Spark * ItoiulerN an Import
ant Decision Washington.
Morrison Wants the Vlco Presidency.
WASHINGTON , August 2. ( Special to the
BEE. | A. gentleman who Is on Intimntu
terms with Colonel Morrison says the Inter
state commerce commissioner Is not so anx-
Ions to return to his seat In the liouso of rep
resentatives as he Is generally thought to be.
"The ono thing which Colonel Morrison de
sires above anything else , " said his friend ,
"Is the nomination for thcvico presidency on
the democratic ticket. He Is very desirous ,
Indeed , to be honored by his party with that
nomination. If be fails to secure that honor ,
ho will allow his name to ba used as a candl-
date for the seat now occupied In the house
by Jehu Itaker. Mr. Morrison's friend says
that he Is determined to end his political ca-
leer In the United Status senateIf it ran pos
sibly bo arranged. It lie cannot do vice pres
ident of the nation , he will enter the upuer
branch of congress through the doors of the
lower branch. Then when them l.s a vacant
seat In tliu senate to till , he will offer bis
uamoto the leKiilaturaof Illinois : piovlded ,
of course , that then Is a democratic majority
in that body. All of the colonel's neighbors
who are now In Washington seem to think
that with a democratic majority In the Illi
nois legislature Mr. Morrison would suruly
be the chosen candidate of the party for the
WASHINGTON , August 2. [ Special to the
BF.I : . | The proposed schoino lor nrmy
maneuvers which has been broached lately
meets with the cordial approval of all the
younjer officers of the service. The old
heads , however , arc not attracted by the
plans which are said to be maturing by the
lieutenant-general of the army. It is said In
support of the proposed plans that the con
tact with regular troops would prove highly
beneficial to the militia oigatil/atlons of the
country. This Is doubtful. It Is tar uiore
likely that the regulars would bo materially
benelltted by contact with well drilled militia.
It is n lamentable fact , but ouo that can bo
readily substantiated , that the regular army
ot the United States is at present in worse
shape than any other military oreaiil/atlon
In the clvill/od world. There are hundreds
of men on the active list of the army to-day
who are utterly unlit tor military service- .
Some ofthe | iniantry officersarnIncapacitated
from active duty boc.uise they are minus a
Think of a colonel of Infantry leading his
command with only ouo bound leg to match
In the cavalry and artillery branches of
the service nearly every officer above the
rank of captain , Is more than ntty years of
aue , and a lame percentage of thi'se officers
will never see sixty airain. A great majority
of the captains and a considetabta utimbei of
the lieutenants in all the branches of the
service are old gray-headed men. In short
the entire active list is filled with men who
ouzhtto have boon placed on the letired list
many years ago. The fact that an officer
who enters the service as a lieutenant has no
chance ot winning a majoi'a shoulder-knots
during his natural life. Is a serious , detriment
to the service. .There Is no man who knows
this better than General Sheridan and It
is doubtless because of this knowledge that
he desires to bring the officers together In
order that those who are absolutely unntted
may be selected for retirement. These old
officers have been excellent men In their day ,
and many of them are entitled to all the
honors which can Do bestowed upon them bv
a grateful country. Hut the letired list is
open to them and as they are ot no use what
ever In training up an army it Is only right
that tliev should retire to make room for
more energetic and younger men. There Is
no doubt whatever that the esprit do corps
ot the army would bo greatly stimulated by
tlm creation of a few vacancies at the head
of the list , and k is to bo hoped that the pro
gramme of General Sheridan will be lully
TheOmnha Go's Wisconsin hands.
WASHINGTON , August 2. Commissioner
Sparks has completed tlm adjustment of the
grant to the state of Wisconsin by the act ot
June 3. 1850 , and May 5,1W54 , to aid in the
constiuctlon of what is now the Chicago , St.
1'iuil , Minneapolis & Omaha railway. The
commissioner linds the area of the grant ,
atter deducting the quantity excluded from
the operation of the giant by reservations
under prior grants , etc. , to bo VASVC acres.
Of tins amount 498,605 acres have already
been approved , 42,124 acres are
vacant and subject to belectlon , which ,
added to ! ! 0 , ( > s2 acres , the amout ot
the Indemnity heretofore approved
leaves 82b05 acres acres as the amount of
Indemnity due. The railway company has
made Indemnity selections to the amount of
277,279 acres on account 01 the main line.
Thus , according to the commissioner1 ! ! figures -
ures , an excess of 194,519 acres has been se
lected , The commissioner says of the lands
selected about 40,000 acres are within the
granted limits of the grant to the Northern
Pacific road and are therefore not subject to
selection by the Omaha company as indem
nity. As to the the remainder , amounting to
about 154,1.19 acres , the commissions recom
mends that tlm selections be cancelled and
the lands restored to the public domain. In
this adjustment the commissioner Ignores
tlm branch line as having no grant to ad
I'onslonn Granted Westerners.
WASHINGTON , August 2. | Special Tele
gram to the BiiF.I The following Nebraskans -
kans ha\e been granted pensions : James I ) .
Bloomer , Helvldere , ( Increase ) ; Charles W.
Fiued.liluo Springs ; Alva MIsuer , llamptou ;
James U. llauer , Exeter.
Iowa pensions : Mary K. , widow of George
W. CoUille , Oskaloosa ; Margarctt , mother ol
Charles ! Moore , Center Point , original ? ;
William a. Harbco , Uhodes ; William C ,
Wrlghtman , Lamonl : William II. ( Joodill ,
Iowa City : Alfred McNelll , Dallas ; Shcn-
pcrd J. Naggle , Drakevillu ; Charles W.
Nash , Indiannla ; William IlulkorCaithaeo ;
William 1) ) . Diinbar , Maynard ; Nehemiah
Harris , Coon Unpids ; Meaics C. llallowny ,
Jefferson ; William Macron , Marjsvllloi
William K. Dowd , Kairlleld ; Ira 1' . Ketrham ,
Charleston ; DAVIS I , Anderson , Glunwood ;
W. 8. MeKeo , Uakcr ; Samuel S. Hawker ,
Hastings ; Cvrus H. Noble , Ottumwn ; Mexl
can war : John U. Jiaithcll , Doforah.
I'ntentM to Western Inventory
WASHINGTON , Aucust 2. fSpeecial Tele
gram to the UKK.I The following patent ;
were issued to Iowa and Nebraska inventors
to-day ; Bachman , Earnest A. , Dupont , la. ,
land marker ; Cook , Willard L. , assignor ol
three-fourths to C. F. Newton , W. S. \ \ Inc
C. X. 1'iatt and II. A. Worley. Omaha , Neb.
refrigerator car ; Cummlni : , John A. , Craw
Webster City , la. , foot guard lonallwaj
nwitohea , etc. : Ferguson , Thomas , and W
Cartney , assignors toS. I' . Heart and H. I )
Owen , ParKersbunr. la. , living target : llur
ford. Oliver 1' . Oakdale , Nreb. , reel bolt
Jones , John . , deceased , Western College
la. , L. A. Jones , administrator , corn planter
Mikesh , Charles J. , and H. W. Conant Shi'l
don , la. , combined egg tester and icelster
Moore , Fernando C. , and J. C. Thompson
Grlnnell , la , , combined scoop and wcalo
Ilitbbun. Stephen W. , and 0. U. Klnlcy
Marlon , la. , printer1 ! galley ; Klloy , Philip
Marlon , In , , car coupling } Scrlbiier. Jerry 11.
assignor ot one-half to II. Harrison , Km
inelsburg , la. , four horse evenerj Snoddy , H
S. , assignor of one-half to Western Whea
hcr.tpercompany , Mount Pleasant. Ia.wau'oi
cod gate ; Thompson , Woodman , Ireton , la.
marklnf attachment for corn iifantcis } Van
Sant Walter 13. , Ilcll I'lailfo , I ft. , nrgaud
lamp , _
Want Cnmmlftftloticr * Ilamovcd.
WASHINGTON , August 2. A mass meeting
ot citizens to-night adopted resolutions callIng -
Ing on the president to rnmovo tlio com
missioners of the district. The resolutions
charge the commissioners with great Irregu
larities , nbuso of power and misappropriation
of public money. Instances ara detailed of
Questionable transactions , among other
tilings "the use of public funds for private
purposes. " A committee ot 100 has requested
the president to cause a thorough Investiga
tion Into the affairs of the water department
and the facts connected with the ropoited de
WASHINGTON , Austisl 2. Major A. M.
Miller , United States engineer , In his an
nual report upon the Improvement ot the
Mississippi river between the Illinois and
Ohio livers , gives an exhaustive statement
of the work performed. Ho says the amount
which can be profitably expended durin g the
year ending Juno o , iss'.i , is Sl.OOO.OUO. It is
proposed to expend it In carrying out the
programmo heretofore adoplod. The change
able character of the river renders It 1m-
practlcablo to give in advaneo tlm exact loca *
ilon where works will bo required.
WASHINGTON , August U. [ Special Tnlo-
cram to the Bi'.E.J The comptroller of the
currency has authorized the selection of thn
Fourth National bank of Now York and the
Merchant's National of Chicago as rcsrvo
agents tor the Merchants' National bank of
Clinton , la. , also the National Hank of the
Republic of Now YorK for the national bank
ot BOOIIP , la. , and the Omaha National for
the Capital National of Lincoln , Neb.
Pnital Change * .
WASHINGTON , August 2. ( Special Tele
gram to the UKK.J The following Nebraska
postmasters were appointed to-day : Mrs.
Kduer L. Harkln , Arnold , Ouster county ,
vlco U. K. Allen , resigned : Charles U.
Compton , Curtis , Frontier county , vlco
Oliver P. Klbbon , icsigned ; William 12.
Young , Gales , Ouster county , vice SUIIiunn
Gates , removed ; Alice Schult/e , St. Helena ,
Cedar county , vlco Helena M , Mlsson , re
Call Tor a Hank Showing.
WASHINGTON , August 2. The comptroller
ot the currency has called upon national
banks for a report of their condition at the
close ot business August 1. The Information
o bo embodied In the report Is expected to bo
lartlcularlvulunblo as showing how the
> anks are prepared to meet the approaching
lemand for iunds to inovo crops.
July Treasury Statistics.
WASHINGTON , Aucust 2. Duiinit the
month of July last there was a not decrease
> f 30,003,748 I" cash In the treasury and a net
ncrease of SKli3 : ! in circulation.
The White House Vacant.
WASHINGTON , August 2. Some of the
members of the cabinet went to the white
house In expectation that the usual meeting
would be held , but found the picsldcnt was
at O.ik View.
Mrs. Logan Comfortable.
WASHINGTON , August 2. There is no par-
icular change In the condition of Mr. Logan
o-day. Dr. Hamilton says he saw her this
morning and that she was resting couitort-
HUNGARIAN MOLLY MAGUIHES.
They Murder a Countryman For
Working During a Strike.
PiTTSUUitO , August 2. A Oallltzln , Pa. ,
special says : "A Hungarian coke drawer
, vent to work yesterday at the mines of the
Blair Iron and Coal company. Later a num
ber of his countrymen soiuht him and mur
dered him for being a traitor to the cause of
LOUISVIU.I : , August2. Kelurns fiom yos-
erday's election come in slowly from the
state , but there is nothing to change the esti
mates of last night. The democratic ticket
Is elected by from tweutj-five to thirty live
thousand majority over the republican ticket
and will have a plurality of liO.OOO o\er all
The losses and gains In the central part of
the state are about equal. From the mount
ains the returns are M > ry meagre , but both
parties are claiming gains In that section.
Altogether the returns point to aggregate
democratic losses , as compared with the
vote for Knott four years ago , sufficient to
cut Hucknor's majority to.V > ,000 or loss. The
mountain vote must bo had before approxi
mate figures can bo given. There are sev
eral democratic losses In the legislature , but
the majority on joint ballot continues big
enough for all practical purposes.
NKW YOHK , August 2. The annual report
of the Chicago i Northwestern railway was
completed to-day and will bo ready for the
public In about ten days. It shows gross
earnings of * 26S31,315 against 521,279.592
last year , an Increase of S2OU,715 ; operating
expenses and taxes , 315,070,841 , against 13-
859,22. ' > , an Increase of 81,211,110 : net earn
ings , Sll,2.V,97i ) : , against S10,420)7i : ) : , an In
crease ot 88.W.600 ; iixcd charges , 85,194,117 * ,
against 3"i.544.3fi2 , a decrease ot 8400,165 ; nel
Income , $0,030,775 , against $4,826,010 , an ln <
crease of 81.230,705 ; dividends paid , gt,444- ;
504 , against the same stun last year ; surplus ,
S.VU',871 ! , against S1.8.S1.500 last year , an In
crease of 81,230,705. There was a net In
crease In the bonded debt to the amount ot
S < 5.873,000 , principally for account of now ox-
NKW YOHK , August 2. At the opening ol
the stock exchange tins moinlugW. K. 1)
Yyso announced tils inability to meet hi :
contracts. His liabilities arc small aud hac
no effecit on the market.
PiiTsiu no , August 2. B. Kra/Ier , a wo !
known Oil City operator , was uuublu to mee (
his contracts this morning and a smal
amount of long oil was sold for his account ,
The monov dirtcrencn is not liirge.
Nrw YOHK , August 3. Judgment fo :
S250t09 was entf'ied at the county clerk'i
ofllcii to da > against James II. Piggies , drj
goods commission mm chant. The jiidu'inen
Is in laver of Chailen V. . Raymond , nsslenei
of Samuel ( i. Snelling , an Insolvent debtor
A Chiiroh Ijnvrlcd liy Id chin Inc.
ItKADiNO , Pa. , August 2. One of the mos
terrific storms e\er witnessed In this section
passed over Stioiichsburg , this county , las
night , and nianv tlelds and buildings wen
Hooded. The hlstuilc Christ Lutherai
church , a mile Irom town , was stiuck b ]
lightning and completely burned. The los
to the congiegatlon will bo 520,000. This ed
itlce was built In 174' ) , and rebuilt In 17SC. I
waouo of the llrst Lutheran churches bull
in this country.
Another Invitation to Cleveland.
COI.OIIADO St'iiiNos , Colo. , August 2.-
Ycsterday nome hfty persons , reprc"-entlni
almost every btato In the union , asccndei
Plkn's i > eak. When on top the party organ
l/cd and appointed a committee to dralt re
olutions Inviting President Cleveland to ex
tend his western tilu to Colorado and I'il.c'
peak , and the Invitation will be lurw.irdui
Wnalhnr lnlliaUoi ( > n.
For Nebraska : Local rains , followed b ;
fair wotther ; cooler In boutiuvcsttirn poi
tlon ; stationary temperature In nottln\ ester :
portion ; variable wind * .
Tor Iowa : Local rains , slightly cooler b
Thursday inniiilng ; variable winds.
Kor Central aud Eastern Hakoti : LPC.I
raini , variuhlo winds , shifting to north
m'btnrjy ; slight changes In temperature.
( ii.YNi > bK , Md , , August 'A The state crtt
vciitlon of prohluitionlata In session tier
nominated .Siimluerlield Daldwlii , of
uiore , forijovciuor , '
IN THE FIELD OF SPORI
Kansas Oity Suffers Anotbor Dafoat at tLjf
State Oapitnl ,
THREE STRAIGHT FOR
Wichita Wins nG.imo From
Topckn Knocks Out tionvor
Lincoln Defeat * Kansa * Olty.
LINCOLN. Neb. , August 2. [ Special Tet *
gram to the llui : . | The third ot the sorloj
of games between the Kansas City and Liu
coin clubs was won by the home team , glvlni
them thrt-o straight. The game was ono o :
the most exciting of the season , the scon
standing at tha fourth Inning OtoSlnfavo :
ot tlio visitors. At tins juncture Llncolt
changed Its battery Hart being in poor con
dlllon and the home team wont on frou
that Inning \lctory , Swartrell striking ou
live mon In the fifth and sixth Innings. It
Hart was oft' In pitching lie was at homo a (
usual with the bat , scoring a homo run ,
Schatfor and llerr also making homo runt
and SchatTer and Herr making three base hlt <
Shea and Lcgg were the battery for the visit-
rsaud Henglu umpired , being called uMin. |
laklug .several close decisions that the visit"
rs charged were nil aualiist them. Follow *
ng Is the score bv innings :
.incoln . 2 0 0 1 2 1 4 C 0-11
' .ansasCity 3 3120000 1 11
Topeka Attain < - > n Top ,
Dr.NVKit , Col. , August 2 [ Special Telo-
ram to the BHK.I TheTopckn club closed
lielr season here to-day with another vie-
ory. Thay trloJ hard to glvo the game it
) envcr , but failed miserably , simply bocaustt
f the Inability of the homo team to play Hall
von under the most fn\orablo clrcum *
tances. The worst of Topeka was good In
tany respects , although they made twlci
lie errois that Denver did. Their batting In
ho fourth was brilliant and elfcctlvo , unil
liowod how easy It was tor them to win It
hey had any great desiin to play their bust :
'lie work of the homo club was simply ml *
rablc. Tlio following Is the score :
> enver 1 00100420-8
Tonektt 2 0070008 * 11
Kuna earned Denver it , Toneka 0. Two
) , ise hits Macullar , Tebeau , Conway. Sllch.
, 'luoo base lilts Aidnei , Stearns , llaillduy.
Srrois Denver H , Toi > cka 0. Base hits Don *
/et 10 , Topeka ll . Bases on balls Sllch 0 ,
Jon way 1. Passed balls Gun son 2. Struck
out Conway 1. Left ou bases Denver IM
"opeka 7. Batteries Denver , Slleh and
Meyers ; Topeka , Gunson and Conway. Um
lire llagan ,
HASTINGS , Neb. , August 2. [ Special Tclo
ram to thn BiiK.J 'I ho home club was da *
cated by Wichita to-day by tlio following
lastlngs 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 n 1
Vienna o o 2 : i o o i 4 fl
Base I hits Hastings 10. Wichita 8. Kr-
ors-Hastings 10. Wichita | 5. Batteries- "
I astings Daniels , Kbilght and Welch.
kVIchlta Baldwin , Leighton aud Schultz.
Th lOlgtitli Clul ) Problem.
CITV , Mo. , August 2. [ Special
Telegram to the BKE. ] The meeting of tha
iVestern league hero to-day resulted In notln
ngbejondthe proposition to Kmporia to
enter tlio league on the same basis as all tlifl
other clubs except Wichita , to which no rn
> ly has been received. Hastings , Wichita ,
Jmaha , Topeka nnd Kansas City wore repre
sented. Tlm question of dropping Wictiltn1
should Kmporia decline the pro *
million was discussed. J. M.
irlftiii , thu Wichita representative , s.ild the
club would take tlio matter Into couit If an
attempt was made to force them out , and as
a consequence there in not much of a dls-
lositiou to drop thu club. As a matter ot
'act , however , Wichita not having put up Ilia
> r > iJO guarank'0 with the secretary , can oo
egailv retired. Tlio meeting adjourned to-
light for one week , and if , In thu meantime ,
Kmporia accepts , the vaiious clubs will tola-
graph their votes to President Mungos.
the Denver Nine.
lRNViit : , Colo. , August 2. [ Special Tele
gram to the BKK.J The News In speaking
of the miserable playing of the homo club iir'
; he morning will saj : "The series Just con-
hidctl has shown that Denver has about 9
.iiucli chance of playing ball with Topektr
when the latter club tries , as an honest
; > low horse would have ot winning a uillo
: ieat from Maud S. If the trotter were
iltchcd securely to a post , or should break a
leg , the plow horse might got there , and this
extraordinary phenomenon In the domain
of chances would attiact a small gathering ot
the curious , Thn Denver management ,
however , Is entitled to credit for onb
thing : They started In last fall to ship
elf what ball players were attached to the
club when they pilfered the management
trom the careless and conlidlng stockholder
This left tlm coast clsar for a cheap nine ,
about 'two for a nick , ' and if any ono who
witnexsed the painful series which closed
last evening has the remotest doubt that tha
management failed In their object they ninsb
10 hard to convince and they are kindly in
vited to peruse the scores and to foot up th % !
number of men who reached base on error Ji
and pass hits and worn allowed taj
stay there for want of safe battlnz.
on the part of men whose averages wera
secured by the aid of the fences on the old ; ,
grounds but who wilt Into nothingness \\heij ,
con f i on ted by a pltchor on the one hand anifi
tint open held ol Klver Front park on thai
other. To sav that the patrons ot base ball I
In this city , the men who ha\o put tliei
hands In their pockets to encourage tha
game , are disgusted with the present situa
tion , would bu drawing it mildly. FeD >
months this season they have hoped against
hope , have endeavored to tan uvcry sem
blance of lifo into a virile llamo , -
but now with the season half over
tno nine which bears the name oC
tlio cltv is worsu off in many respects , than
when the season began and Is closely out
classed by live nines of the liMguo Topcka ,
Lincoln , Kansas Cltv , llastlngt ) and Omaha ,
any onu of whom judged by their rccon <
work , can make monliois of thn Demurs.
Aio the patrons ot tlio game In this city
whoso attendance ordlnailly langes Iron *
1,500 to 4..WO expected to put up
longer with this fctnto of thlnu
lor the Miln purpi > si ( of making mouoyforn
plcavune management'.1 Well , hardly. Tlio
exampln of St. Jnsnph is auoodono to follow ,
nnd that It will bu followi 1 In Denver unless
thing * tile ; a change , and that rl httpvedlly ,
tlieru Is no room to doubt. "
INDIANA rot.ts , August 2. The eamo'
botwi'on the Indianapolis nnd Boston
teams to-day resulted UK follows :
Indianapolis. . . . 0--3 ,
Hoston . H * -10
I'itchcrs-IIoaloy and Itadbourne. IJaso lilts
Indianapolis U. lloston ' . Krrors Indian
apolis 0 , Hoston 1. I'mplro Powers.
CinrAOo , Auguct 2. The game between.
thu Chicago and Washington teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Chicago . 2 2 0 0 8 1 0 210
Washlngtoi . 0 1 0 0 I 0 0 1 03
Pltchcrs-Hildwln . and Whitney. Haso hits
Chicago 14 , Washington U Krrors--Chlcai 0
1 , Washington n. t'mnlro Docscher. )
' . 2. Til 1 ho
Plllfilll'ItG. AULMISt * irame *
the I'lttshiirg anil Now Yoik team
to-day resulted as lollous
Pitlsburg . 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3-
X < i\V York . 0 4 1 0 n 0 5 * -l
I'ltclirrs-McCormlckanit Kcofc. Uaso hlti
Plttsburs-H , New York 23. F.rrotsPItts
umirB , New York 4. Umpire Hulllviin.
Di-.iuoir , August a. Th g.unu between
thn Deliolt and Pblladelphla teams to-day
resulted aslollows : .
Detroit . 7 0 1 a 0 1 0 0 O-ld-
Phlladclphlii. , . 0-
Pltcliers Hoatlnand Uuninton. IJaso hit *
Di'Uult 17. 1'hiladeliihln tt. KrrOrs DotroU )
Hie . ,
lUi/HMOUi , , Aiik'ust 2. Tuouamo belwet
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