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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEETHURSDAY. : . AUGUST 4 , laff.
THE BPUllTINO WOULD.
True lllatorr of the Uaudaiit-Ilftnlan
Ilovrlni ; Mntoh ,
CtucAOo , AtiRust 3. The report sent out
by thu associated press of tlio Unudixur-Hnn-
Ian rnco , which took place July SO nt Pullman -
man , III. , In which J. A , St. John was
charged with having ordered ( inudnur to
lose , was Incorrect In this particular , and did
that gentleman a great injustice. The facts
worn tlmt Mr. St. John ordered Oaurtixiir , ro-
Bardlets of the condition of the wnter , to
obey the order of the referee and to win It
possible. There Is no rcnson to doubt that
tills rnco , UKO every other In which Mr. St.
John and Uaudaur have bcon connected , was
rowed strictly on the merits of the men. It
w s an error in judgment on the pnrt of the
reforms to have Kent ttio men out on thu
rouijli water and In the irnthennp darkness.
Thn oarsmen I mil MI o appeal from his order ,
nnd wcro In no way responsible for the very
National Ijcnetio Garnpn.
CHICAGO , August 3. The eame between
the Clilciiro nnd Washington teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Chicago . 3 4220210 II
Washington . 0 OOOOOU10-1
Pitchers Clarkson and Shaw. IJnio hits
Chlenico23 , Washington U. Krrors-Chlcairo
S , Washington . Umpire Docscher.
1'irrmiunn , AiiL'iist 3. The emno be
tween thu 1'lttsbiirp and New York team
to-day resulted as follows
PittsnurK . 0 C
.Now York . 0 * 6
Pltchcrs-Oolvln nnd Welch. JJase hits
I'lttsbiiru 10 , Now York 12. Krrors-Pltts-
buri3 , Now York 2. Umpire Sullivan.
DKTIIOIT , August 3. The game between
thu Detroit ana Philadelphia teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Detroit . B 9
rtnlndulnliln . 0 0202000 U 0
Pitchers Oot/ein nnd Devlin. Haso hits
-Detroit 1G. Philadelphia 12. Errors-Detroit
Si , Philadelphia 5. Umpire Valentino.
INDIANAPOLIS , August 3. The Kamo
between the Indianapolis and Boston
teams to-day results ! as follows :
Indianapolis . 2 0-11
IJoHton . 0 003000 13 2 7
Pitchers Hoylo and Conway. 15ase lilts
Indianapolis 17. Hnston 12. Krrors Indlan-
I > olis r , Boston 3. Umpire Powers.
The American Association.
PIIILAUKI.PIUA , August 3. The came be
tween ttio Athletics nnd Motrropolltans to
day reunited as follows :
Athletics . 3 040300 0 * 0 10
Metropolitans. . . .0 001 00000 7
NorthwcMtorn Iinncne Games.
DBS MOINKS , In. , August 3. Northwestern
League games to-day : DCS Molnes 4 , Min
neapolis 14 , at Mlnnoanolls : Oskosti 7 , St.
Paul 5. at St. Paul : Duluth 9 , Milwaukee 4 ,
atDuluth ; Kau Clalro 13 , La Croise 11 , at
The KIcTonth Victory.
NOUTH PI.ATTK , Neb. , August 3. [ Special
Telegram to the BKK.J The North Platte
Browns played the Kearney Blues to-day.
Scorn 20 to 11 In favor of North Platte , mak
ing the eleventh con.secutlvo game In which
North I'latto has been victorious.
DIMIIBOH IN , Manilla 7.
DKNISOX , la. , August 3. ( Special Tele
gram to the lioo.l The llrst game of the
Western Iowa league was played nt Donlson
to-day. The score was : Denluon 18. Mv
Racing at Haratoga.
SARATOGA. ' N. Y. , August 3. The attend
ance at the races was fair , the weather was
beautiful , though a trifle ted warm , ana the
track heavy. The following Is the summary :
lror two year-olds , three-quarters tnllo :
Hopeep won , Leonatus second , Balance
third. Time lSl : ! f.
For maidens , three-year-olds and upwards ,
one mile : Columblno won , CoUUtroam second
end , Cassatthlid. Time 1:43 : %
Sweepstakes , for all ages , 0110 and one-
half miles : Lottery won , Doluorto second ,
Clnllatin third. Time 2:45V. :
Three-quarters nnlo : Strathspey won ,
Doubt second , Chlckhoming third. Time
. One mlle nnd furlong : Wanderer won ,
Unique second , Watcliem third. Time
The Grand Circuit.
UurpAix ) , N. Y. , August 3. Five thou
sand people attended the second day's races
at Buffalo Park. The weather continued not.
The first race was the unfinished 2:21 : trot
ting , In which Loretta took the fourth heat
8:21 : trotting , puise 82,000 : Loretta first ,
Charley llogan second , Judge Davis third ,
Marvel fourth. Best time 2:19 : > , ' .
3:23 : class : Garnet won , Astral second ,
Lady Klnsett third , Favoula fourth. Time
2ii7 : trotting , unfinished : bailie Howard
took first heat. Belle Ogle second , Anile
Kuu third and fourth , Valklre lifth and
sixth. Boat 111110 2:21 : .
Brighton lion oh Races.
NKW Youic. August 3. The weather at
Brighton Beach was goon and the track fast
The following Is the summary :
Three-fourths mlle : Molllo Thomas won ,
Adonis second , Peacock third. Time not
Three-fourths mile : Saluda won , Mon-
tauk second , Garry Owen third. Time 1:10.
Three-fourths mile : Jacobus won , Com
mander second , Sweuty third. Time 1:10. :
One ana one-eighth mlles : Lancaster
won , Forir Kyle second , Wlndsail third.
One mile : Jim Clare won , Lucy II second
end , Frolic third. Time 1 :44. :
One and one-elirhih miles : Floreno won.
Danero second , Petersburg third. Tiuie-
Trotting at Strontor.
HTitKATon , 111. , August 3. The following
la tlie summary of to-day's races :
Two-year-old trotting : Diplomacy won In
one'Tieat , Rlghtaway , Talisman nnd May
Itosn were distanced. Time 2 :42W. :
8:35 : trotting class , purse $400 : Earl Mc
Gregor first , Jeanettn second , Edgewood
third , Xlg distanced. Time 3:24 : f.
2M : ! trotting class , purse S400 : Trumpeter
lirst , Miss Cowloy second , Sleepy Dave third ,
Van Logan fourth. Best tlrao 2SuX. ;
A Transcontinental IJIcycllat.
SAN FRANCISCO , August 3.- George W.
Nellls , Jr. , arrived from Now York to-day ,
haying made the trip on a bicycle. He
started on May 24 , lost fifteen days by rough
weather and lost twenty three pounds in
weight. He averaged hfty miles a day. He
nado the trip In the interest of certain sport
COLLAPSE OF THE DEAU
The California Wheat King Compelled
to Knock Under.
SAN FRANCISCO , August 3. The big bull
deal In wheat collapsed here to-day. The
top prices were reached Monday when the
bulls offered S3. 17 pur cental for wheat.
Yesterday the market dropped to 35.14. The
collapse of the deal was not attended
by unusual excitement The sessions of the
call board were adjourned under the resolu
tion adopted by the directors. The reason
Klvcn was the desire to avert n threatened
panic. No failures were reported up to this
evening , and Is la believed that all the deals
will be compromised so an to avoid
anv such disasters on the street.
Two of the chief bull traders. Wil
liam Dressback and John Hosenfeld ,
are known to bo responsible for 50,000 tons
of wheat held under various options for de
livery during tills j ear. They made n propo
sition to settle , really asking sellers to
carry wheat In their Inlereit until De
i-ember. they to pay sellers for doing
HO , The total amount of wheat the
'lones" have IHMJII shouldering Is variously
computed , but In evidence of the magnitude
of the deal , It ie stated that It has required
$ U > .000OOu to carrj grain already at Liverpool -
pool and on the way , together with great
quantities In store In warehouses In
this Mate. The collateral put up by
thu ring for advances have been
mostly certificates of wheat on hand , nnd
the Interesting question of the future will bo
the ownership of one-naif the hypothecated
stock. The action taken by thn board of di
rectors In stopping all hoard sessions
Is deemed very remarkable , but that
It averted a panic is conceded ,
Dresback's proposition was accepted this
afternoon nnd Urn virtual result Is that sim
ulators and biokers , shoits Included , ha\o
agreed to keep thcli hands oil thn market for
the present , both the bulls nnd the bears
backing down. Dresbock had the shorts so
badly scared that they were willing to ge4
out tritbuut makingauytlbur / , making the
outcome one of the most remarkable on
record. The actual market price of wheat
cannot bo determined for several da > sral-
the nominal figure is 31.75.
KvAxsviMnInd. , August 3. At 1 o'clock
this morning a large tire wns racing In the
lower part of the city. Armstrong & Creltz's
extensive lumber yards \\ero burning. At 3
o'clock twenty acres of lumber were In ruins.
The water supnly was wholly Insufficient ,
and before the flumes were subdued they de
stroyed the lumberrnrd of Armstrong A Co. ,
some two million feetof lumbersArinstrong's
saw mill and stables nnd two dwellings nnd
the lumber yard of John A. Ileitz&Son ,
some thu mlllmn feet ; liftecu cars of grain
on the Peorla , Decatur iV-EvansvllIo railroad ,
nnd a large warehouse containing tobacco ,
Kra In and general merchandise. Total
loss estimated at S2.-jO.000. with SI00,000 In
surance. Armstrong's factory wns saved
with great illDlculty. The tire Is believed to
have been of Incendiary origin. There was
only 83,000 Insurance on the twelve cars of
grain , including the grain In the round
CHICAGO , August 3. A flro started In w.
J. Fox's box factory on North Branch street
this morning nnd spread to the St. John's
lumber yard , where a large stock of hard
wood lumber was stored. The American
Varnish works were threatened , but nt 10 a.
ni. seemed likely to escape. Hill's box fac
tory nnd the resident-Dot Dunn ndjoiiiltigaro
In ruins. Lots S.'iO.ooo.
KAsrSAoiNAW , Mich. . August 3. A flro
tins afternoon destroyed the saw mill nf
John O. Owen nnd three or four saw drill
houses , together with contents. Loss
8137,000. Insurance 50S.030.
E SKX CKNTKII. Out. , August ! ( . A fire
which was started to clear n small space on the
outskirts of town to-day spread anil consumed
everything on nn men thruo miles lone aud
half a mlle wide , including two dwellings.
The lire has now abated , but should the
wind rl o again , it Is believed the town will
Pronck Can lilvn Ijonccr.
ST. Josr.pir , Mo. , August : ! . [ .Special Tel
egram to the Hnn.J One of the attoineys for
Pronck , the condemned wlfo murderer , vis
ited Judge lllack , of Kansas City , of the su
preme court , on belmlf of Pronck on Friday
last for the purpose of getting a stay of exe
cution until the case can bo heard In the su
preme court , which convenes In Octobernext.
Yesterday a writ of of orior was recived by
the attorney tor the defense from thu clerk
of the siinremo court. The record of the case
will bo sent to Judze Hlack , nnd as soon ns
It cah bo forwarded to the cleric of the su
preme court the stay of execution will be
granted. The time Is getting cliort , but
every effort Is being made by the attorneys to
get the case before the supreme court. The
banging la sot for August 0.
The Pacific Investigation.
SAN FHANCISCO"August 3. The examina
tion of Senator Stanford was continued to
day by the Pacilic Investigating commute.
Being asked if the Central Paoilic had no
access to tide water unless at the wish of the
Southern Pacilic , Stnnnford said the govern
ment aided line never did get Into San
Francisco. If It were the government line
the actual terminus would be at Sacramento.
For Nebraska : Fair weather In western
portion , local showers In eastern portion ,
followed by fair weather ; variable winds ;
For 'Iowa : Local showers , followed by
fair weather ; variable winds ; generally
For Central nud Eastern Dakota : Fair
weather , generally cooler ; variable winds ,
Charles Duke , a young man who is
given a very unpleasant reputation by
the police , was arrested yesterday after
noon for inhumanly boating "his
woman , " an inmate of one of the houses
of ill-famo on Dodge , near Tenth street.
Duke is a married man , hut neglects his
family. Ho was arrested and so was the
woman , who gave the name of Lit la
( Juno. Her left eye protruded from tlio
socket from the beating which the brutal
All a Mlstnko.
Kearney Post No. 48 , of Weeping
Water , has engaged thrco cars to take its
members and their families to the na
tional encampment at St. Louis , Septem
ber 37. Tlio trip will bo via Chicago ,
and the round faro will bo only $3.50.
WKEI'INO WATER , Neb. , July 23. To the
Editor of the UKK : The above appeared on
thn 27th. 1 wish you would state that post
No. 49 has surrendered its charter and tnero
Is no such post In existence now , 1 think.
Our post nt this place Is Lafayette No. Cl.
Ilespectfully yours ,
O. W. NOHTOX ,
Commander Lafayette Post No 91 , G. A. H. ,
Department of Nebraska.
A Suspicious Character.
John Keeloy was tried yesterday by
Judge Herka on a charge of being a , sus
picious character and a vagrant. Kcclcy
is an innocent looking , middle aged indi
vidual with whiskers , and" the police say
bo is a confidence man. He. were an In
jured , innocent air and niftdo a plea of
being a family man. Judge Heikn , bow-
over , who la a pretty good reader of
human nature , gave Kcoloy until Aucust
G to got himself and family out of town.
Trannfers Filed Aaennt 2 , 1887.
Charles F Tohs to Dwlght L Holmes
et al. w25 ft of e5 ft of lot 7 , blk 78 ,
South Omaha , wd 400
John .1 Vandlver and wife to Fred
erick lAiwK nsw.12-in-0.wd 1,000
Francis I McKenna and wife to Ida M
Cronk. lots 0 and 10hlk S.Cote Brill-
lanto. w d 1,300
James T. Morlnrlty to Alvln T Sher-
rall , nndlv K lots 4 and 5 , blk 20 ,
Boyd'sadd , wd 750
Robert Douglas and wife to David
Kaufman , lots 1,3 and 3 , blk 2Va -
vorlv.w d 1,280
Jehu ll llungato to Clarence W Moul-
ton , lot 8 , blk 10 , lied ford plaee. w d , 700
Jacob K Markal to Uascom II Robl-
snn , w 10 ft lot 7 , and o 23 ft lot S ,
blk 5 , Heed's 1st add , w d 7,500
John L Plorson and wife to Cassius L
Koulson , lot 1 , block 3 , DoUolt Place
w d 1,000
Peter C S Kragskow nnd wife to Will-
lam H. Jackson , et al , sv1so4' sec.
.TO. 10,12 , w d 7,000
Michael McDonald and wife to Tim
othy Slnet , lot C. block 31 , Omaha , q
Dascom 11 Ilobison et al , to Jacob E
Markel , lots'J , and3 , Joestln's sub-
DaId Archer to the public w' 23 foot
of lot 1W , ( Use's add , for street
Henry Uuck and wlfo to K K Kuhn.et
al. w M of s < of n > f of sM of ne1 of
se.V , 0.15.13 , wd 10,000
Edwin A Casey to "V ictor G. Lnntry ,
lots 3 , 3 , 4. 5 , 0 , 7 , 10. 12. in. 17 , 18 , 1'J. '
20. block 115 , lot t , bloekTS ; lots 3 , 5
and S. block 7J ; lots 10 and 17 , block
124 und lot 3. block 252 , Florence , < i
CUruncn H Sobotker anil wife to Iteta
Van Glldor , lot 8 , blk 1 , Cotner A
Archer's addition to South Omaha ,
w d 500
James K Hieny and wife to James K
Monarity , lot & , Ulloy's subdivision ,
w d 2,500
William II Ellsworth and wife to
Joseph K lUed.nK of the sotf of the
netf of so > - / , 2frlb-l2 , w d 3,47)
Thomas It MoNalr to Julia Nestle-
bush , lot 5 , ulk 5 , Denlse's add , w d l.SOO
Permit * .
Permits to build were issued yesterday
as follows :
J. McClure , 2-story frame basementadd
to duelling , l' th betwoonu Jnck-
bon and Leaven worth sta . 9 l.SOO
J. W. Bullnrd , 1-story frame and
brick basement for gtoro nnd flats ,
corner 13th and Williams sts . 5,000
James Kolle. 1-story frame cottage ,
Ohio near STtlist . SOU
- Bell. 1-story franio cottage. JHh
near Bancroft st . 1,000
Frank Dulavegar , Vstory frame adit t >
duelling , California between I'lcv.s
and Dawe sta . 110
Ks A. Muran , 2-story frame dwell-
Ine , corner Virginia ave and Balti
more st . t . , 1,800
Six penults aggregating . , . . , . } 1010
An Uninteresting Adjourned Meeting of the
Aldermen Last Night ,
The Councllmcn Devoted Their Time
to PlRCitssIng Grading , 1'nvlna nnd
Other Ordinances Xho Pro
Tlio city council mooting last night was
fcaturolcsa and uninteresting. It was
callud for the purpose of transacting the
routine business which was passed at the
regular i'uusday night meeting. Had
the batch of petitions and communica
tions in the hands of the clerk- boon
opened and read it 19 quite likely the
alclermenwould liavo been still in session.
To facilitate matters , however , petitions
and communications were referred , on
motion , to the committees to which they
would naturally fall and thut a great
deal of the business was disposed of in
one momout. As it was the session
lasted until nearly midnight.
Pursuant to adjournment the council
nitit at 8u5 : last night.
Alderman Ha.scall moved thut all com
munications and potitious bo referred to
tin ! appropriate committees.
The bond of Thomas Hays as watch
man of the Klovontli street viaduct was
The contract and bond of Uoagan Bros.
& Co. , for the grading and paving of
California street , was approved.
The estimate of § lliJ ; ! , Fanning tc Co. ,
for sweeping llarnoy street was allowed" .
The board of public works reported that
they did not feel at liberty to allow the
whole bill in view of the fact that the
cable line had obstructed a part of the
street in question. As it took as much
work lo sweep both ends as it would to
sweep tlio whole street it was decided to
allow the whole bill.
Estimate of Stceht & llamel , for grad
ing ( $5,032.51) ) . was allowed , as was also
estimate of C. F , Williams , grading ,
$4,303.73 ; O. H. Drown , grading , $221.78 ;
C. D. Woodworth , grading and curbing ,
$1,483.59 ; George W. MoKinney.grading ,
$81.83 ; Hugh Murphy , paving , $7,100.83 ;
J E. Kiley , sewer work , ? 4,172.13 , Rea
gan Bros. , paving , $ ; j3,71.r > .38 : James
Fox , South Omaha sewer , f I)7n.l4 ! ) ; C.
E. Fanning , grading , $031.00 ; John F.
Daloy , BJwer,334.70 ; James Fox ,
South Omaha south branch sewer ,
$2,303.40 ; Mount oi ( Jrillin , Bowers ,
$10,7 ! 8.16 ; Murphv , Crcighton & Co. ,
curbing , < 4,731.41) ) ; lleagan Co.paving ,
A communication was received from
the police and flro commission
announcing the appointment of
of new policemen. Under the agreement -
mont made by Alderman HnKcall's mo
tion it went to the committee on judici
ary.A resolution was introduced by Mr.
Leo requiring the chief to vacate his
room and move into the mayor's oflice
in order to make room for the board of
of public works. The resolution passed
without a dissenting voice.
Mr. Cheney presented u , resolution
thnt as the city library contained 2,000
volumes and had outgrown its present
quarters , that the center of Jefferson
Square bo set apart is a site for a li
brary , and that if necessary bonds bo
voted for a lire-proof building , leaving
room on each side for park purposes.
Mr. 1/ee presented a resolution that all
beads of city departments bo requested
to present a list of the clerks and assist
Thu oommlitco on judiciary presented
n resolution to make the municipal year
begin and end on January 1 of uach year.
The committee on claims reported in
favor of the Daily Herald iind Republican
for $133 each for printing election procla
The committee on claims reported in
favor of allowing S. J. Valentino $3.r > 0for
change of grade of Farnam street. Mr.
Lee objected to the indiscriminate voting
away of public money and after some
discussion the report was referred to the
The report of the police committee rec
ommending the removal of squatters on
Eighth street that tlio same might be
gr.ulcd was adopted.
The committee on viaducts and rail
ways recommended that the petition of
the horse railway to cross the Eleventh
street viaduct bu denied. Adopted.
Petition of the li. & M. to cross Eighth
street between Jackson and Howard
with a trnck wns , on recommendation
of the railway committee , adopted.
In order that a tax levy could bo made ,
the city engineer was ordered to report
to the council as soon as possible the
number of miles of railroad now in op
eration in the city.
Daniel liiloy wvs ; appointed npocial po
liceman on Sixteenth street from Web
ster to Hurt on recommendation of Act
ing Mayor Bechel.
An ordinance was introduced and
passed allowing the B & M. to cross
Eighth street between Howard and Jack
son streets with tracks , said tracks not to
interfere with the trullie of the public.
An ordinance was passed making the
beginning and ending of the municipal
year January 1 of each succeeding year.
An ordinance was passed delinmg the
( iru limits of the city , in which onlv brick
buildings shall bo erected , embracing the
whole of the business section of Omaha.
Ordinance creating newer district No.
0 ! ) was road a third time and passed.
Ordinances were passed for paving
Eleventh from Jackson to Jones ; paving
Twelfth from Davenport to Capitol ave
nue ; paving Thirteenth from Davenport
to Capitol avenue : curbing Tenth from
Center to Martha ; paving Eleventh from
Davenport to Cnpitol avenue ; paving
Davenport from Eighteenth toTwenty-
seeoiid ; grading Fierce and the alloys ad
joining from Tenth to Eleventh ; vacating
alioy near Walnut street between
B. & M. tracks ; issuing bonds for paving
streets in districts .17 , 01 , 07 , 08 , 00 , 85 , 91 ,
O'J , 07 and 103 ; paving Chicago from Six
teenth to Twentieth ; curbing Fourteenth
from Lcaveuworth to Marcy ; paving
Tenth from Center to Martini ; curbing
Tenth from Davenport to Caiiitol avo-
niio ; curbing Eleventh from Davenport
to Capitol avcnuo : curbing Twelftn from
Davenport to Capitol avenue ; curbing
Thirteenth from Davenport to Capitol
avenue ; grading aljoy in block 2 , Capitol
Hill addition ; paving Davenport from
Sixteenth to Eighteenth ; changing grade
of California street from Twenty-second
to Nineteenth ; changing grade of Cass
from Twenty-second to Eighteenth ; is
suing $100,000 bonds for the construction
of main sowers- , grading Webster street
from Twoutv-eignth avenue to Thirtieth ;
Issuing $75,000 bonds for paving Intersec
tions of streets not otherwise provided
for ; paving l cavenvyorth street in dis
tricts 101 and 1C3 ; paving Seventeenth
street from Farnam to Cuming ; creating
paving district 130 on Webster from
Thirteenth to Fourteenth streets ; paying
Mipcrintondont of oily ball $3,000 per
annum while on duty ; paving Clarke
from Sixteenth to Twenty-fourth ; paving
Eighteenth from Nicholas to Ohio ; pav
ing Tenth from Union Pacific tracks to
Mason ; paving llarnoy from Sixteenth
street to Twenty-Bixtht paving llarnoy
from Fifteenth to Sixteenth ; paving
Nicholas from Fourteenth to Sixteenth ;
opening alley in block 15 , Ilanscom
place , open for travel ; chang
ing grade of Popplcton avenue
from Thirty-first to Thirty-third ;
changing grade of Blond * ttroet
from Twcnty-scvenlir to Twenty-ninth ;
changing grade tot Cass street from
Twcnty-lirst to Twenty-fifth ; changing
grade of Popplcton nvcnuo from Twen
ty-second to TwerUy-liftli ; changing
grade of Chicago from Twentieth to
Twontv-tltird ; establishing grade of Cass
from Thirtieth to V'J hirtvtliird ; grading
Eighth from Farnnm to Dodge ; grad
ing Ix > cust IHrcet from Holt
line tracks toTwentyfourth ;
grading Tnciitintlr from Cuming to Lo
cust ; opening allcV bitwccn Douglas and
Farnum , between JiVentloth and Twenty-
fourth ; grading , a1lijv in block 10 in
Kounlzo & RouthYiyJdltion.
The president 'announced that the
council would meohtotday at 9 o'clock in
the city clerk's olllue'also ( to-morrow ) ns
u board of equalisation.
At ton minutes to 12 o'clock council ad
journed , having been in session over
Ono of the most successful transitions
from ovory-day life to that of the his-
triono of but Hooting existence was that
made by the ladles and gentlemen who
appeared last evening at Mot/'s garden
in "Die Zartlichon Verwamlton. " All
were amateurs , while the piece called for
professionals. Yet it may well bo
doubted if its presentation did not in
spire more hearty appreciation than the
production of the same piece would have
at thu hands of more experienced tictors.
The piece is an entertaining one. Jt is
exceedingly well written and thu drawing
of tlio oharnetors displays exceeding ver
satility. The owner of a castle returns
after a ton years' journey to Und his her
itage in the possession of n bevy of maid
ens , some of whom nro marvellously fair
and beautiful , while others display upon
their countenances tlio tmniistiikablo evi
dences of years and unsatisfied desires.
Them are several young and old men
in the play. One of tlio young
men marries the castle-owner's niece
and gains a prize. The castle owner
marries ti waif whom ho has raised ,
while other forlunatcs pair off with other
ladies , and the piuco oonscqunntly ends
with but little excitement and loss gore.
Mr. Dr.imlcs made an excellent liar-
nan ; Ulrickc , ono of his sisters , was
strongly played by MiiH Ida Pomy. She
secured tlio lirst applatno. This is to bo
attributed to the. fact that in the play ,
while considerably advanced in years ,
she displayed true heroic tomnorament
and exorcised a great dual of liberty of
Miss Augusta Pomy appeared as
Ottilie , the most picturesque character on
the stage. She rendered her lines with
reckless abandon , and displayed an excel
lent appreciation of her somewhat brco/.y
Mrs. Seliaoflur plaved with her old-
time fervor and secured many happy re
Miss Lina Smith had but little to do In
Adclgundc , but she rendered that satis
Ilrtllronri Now * .
The following stations on the "Chey
enne lino" of the H. M. wore opened
for business Wednesday , August 3. as fol
lows : Lisbon , 78.21 miles west of Curtis ,
W. Caldwell , a < rer.t | > Yomingo,89.10 miles
west of Curtis , George Hollman , ngent ;
Ilolyoke ( material1 yard ) , 106.10 miles
west of Curtis , S. J. Culver , agent.
Two sleepers with. day coach were
attached to the overland train yesterday
morning containing ipussonsers for Los
Angelos. At Den ver three additional cars
from Kansas City will bo added. J. H.
Green , of the passenger department of
the Union Pacilic , has charge of the
party , which is sufficient to show that
everything will be in tip-top shapo.
UNION I'ACIKIO EXCURSION.
General Mnnagor Potter , of the Union
Pacilic , returned from the east yesterday
morning. On next Thursday weeK thn
Union Pacilic will send out a special
excursion to Soda Springs , Idaho , to last
Uvo weeks. The route will comprise a
number of the best places on the Union
Pacific lino. The regular tourist faro is
$60 , but thofnrc in this instance has been
reduced to $35 for the round trip.
The "Gem" of Denrtvroort.
A small local paragraph which was
printed a few days ago reflecting in a
mild degree upon the Gem theater of
Dcadwood and the character of the per
formances therein given has been the
source of some discussion up at that
The women Fenton and Saundcrs
about whom it was reported were the
subjects nf unjust treatment upon the
part of the manager of the theater have
written letters which iiave boon for
warded to this ofjipo by Manager Swear-
ingen contradicting the story as printed ,
saying that Manager Swo'nringen is a
high toned gentleman and that his Gem
theater i.s a highly moral place of amuse
ment and that they were always treated
like lailios. Since the letters were writ
ten , however , the women have arrived in
this city from Deadwood. and say they
wcro compelled to write the Inttnrs
through fear of the manager and that the
matter as printed was true in every par
ticular , and that the place is a don and
the maungcr is anything but u gentleman.
In thn Park.
Mr. X. Kulm lias returned from a trip
to Yellowstone park , which ho enjoyed
greatly. The Union Pacific road is still
103 miles from the inclosure , while the
Northern Pacific runs within four miles
of it. No hunting or fishing is allowed
in the park. Ono night as ho sat at thn
hotel two bears came within 100 yoards
of the place , but they retired unmolested.
The park may bo done in four days and
the jourhnys are so laid out that at night
one always finds himself at a hotol.
Mr. Kuhn returned by way of the
Northern Pacific and stopped on * at Duluth -
luth , where he found property loss reason
able in price than horo. It was selling for
? 8I)0 ) per front foot with a depth of 115
feet. And then there was but one long
street for the transaction of business.
It is the intention of the board to proceed -
coed immediately with the curbing of ono
side of Thirteenth an $ lo pave the same
wfth granite , the horse ear track forming
a brace on ono side as the curb
docs on the other. The contract
for this paving was lot nearly a year ago
to Uiloy & Co. , but it.Jujs been interfered
with because of the scarcity of curbing
material. There is now snlTieiont of the
latter material on hnfid to finish one half
of the street as described , and the board
is now anxious tliit the contractors ,
Murphy , Croighton tyMO. , shall make all
due haste with the work. The district
extends from Hickory to Castellar
Th % residents of scjjr gl district No. 3
are to have a meeting tnis wcok I. " * con
sider the report madt by Director Taylor
on school matters. They say that "other
nurposes" to the extent of $ lr)00 don't
) down with the taxpayers of Walnut
S ill. _
The case of Jt H. King , city editor of
the Herald , charged with libeling Ikoy
Brown through the columns of his paper ,
was called at 3 o'clock yesterday , by
Judge Horka. By agreement of oppos
ing counsel the case was continued to
Seventh AVanl Rupuhllonn Club.
There will be a meeting of the Seventh
Ward Republican club to-morrow even
ing anianscom park , Some local orators
tors will atldrcss'thu
FOtm GALLANT /VTTOUNEVS. /
Who Gnmo to the Hencno of A l < "Alr
An interesting episode occurred In the
police court room yesterday afternoon.
The preliminary examination of a crimi
nal libel suit , in which Parko Godwin
represented ono flido aud Messrs. Urown ,
Baldwin nnd O'Connor the other , had
just been postponed , when Judge Bcrka
called the next caso.
"May Brown , you are charged with
larceny , " said the judge. "Step this way.
What have you to say ? "
" 1 don't know what to any , " replied tlio
prisoner , a modest and attractive girl ,
neatly dressed , and not more than seven
teen years of age.
"Have you a lawyer ? "
' ! No. sir. "
Her ladylike appearance attracted the
attention of Messrs. Godwin , Brown ,
O'Connor ' and Baldwin , thn latter of
whom went up and spoke to her in a
fatherly way , and learning the facts in
her case , not only volunteered
to defend her but called upon
the other gentlemen to assist him.
They all consented. The prosecutor ,
a South Omaha man named Ixnvls Swanson -
son , was a man who was six feet tall and
looked like a pri/o lighter. He charged
her with having stolen ! ? 5.
Godwin picked up the complaint and
found that it was defective. It charged
the theft of a note of the value of $5.
Showing the complaint to Mr. Baldwin ,
he asked what ho thought of it.
"It's N. G. , " said the latter , "it doesn't
describe the note. "
"What do you think of it ? " asked God
win of Brown.
"It is not worth the paper it is written
on , "replied Brown. "Wo don't know
whether it was a bank note , a promis
sory note or a billet doiix. "
"O'Connor , what's your opinion of this
complaint ? " asked Godwin.
"It won't hold water. "
Thereupon each of the quartette made
a spoccli to support the motion for dis
missal. The assistant city attorney , Mr.
Davis , who was prosecuting thu case , ad
mitted the defect In the complaint.
Thereupon Judge Borka discharged the
prifonor , who. after thanking the gallant
attorneys , walked out of the court room.
The prosecuting witness attempted to
"talk back" to the attorneys , ono of
whom told him that if ho didn't tiliut up
aud travel he would have him arrested
and locked up. Ho traveled.
FRAUU AT A HOUSE
Frank It. Kinncy Attempts to niufT
the Holder of tlio Lucky Number.
Frank U. Kiiinoy is having trouble-
over his recent rallle of a horse and
buggy. The outfit was worth $500 and
the ralllo was hold on Tuesday evening.
Tlio lucky number , 4U8 , was hold by
George Hollman , who came forward to
claim his property. Kinney , however ,
refused to lot Hoffman have the horse
and buggy , claiming that Hoffman had
not yet paid the dollar duo on the ticket.
Not wishing to have any further trouble
with Kinney , Hollman sold his claim to
William N. Nivens. Niyens most vigor
ously presented his claim to the horse
and buggy , but Kinncy still refusing to
deliver tno animal , Nivons went before
Justice Hcaloy and had a writ of re
plevin issued for the horse and vehicle.
But Kinncy meanwhile had them anir-
ited away and thu ollicors could not find
them. Thereupon Nat Brown , proprie
tor of the Merchants' hotel , had a com
plaint filed against Kinney , both for
running a lottery and obtaining money
under false pretenses. At last accounts
last night the ollicors were hard nftor
Kinney , but had not yet captured him.
COLONIST * DICKKV'H PROMOTION.
Ho Become * District Superintendent
of the Western Union.
Colonel J. J. Dickey , who has for
eighteen years boon the general superin
tendent of the Union Pacific company's
telegraph lines , resigned yesterday to
take effect August 15. Colonel Dickey
leaves the service of the Union Pacilic on
account of his promotion to the district
superintcndcncy with the Western Uaion
company with headquarters at Omaha.
The Union Pacilic company regrets very
much to lose his services , but as he is to
have : i much better position his resigna
tion was accepted , although reluctantly.
Vico-Presidont Potter would not have
accepted the resignation had not the
Western Union agreed to make Colonel
Dickey's headquarters at Omaha where
ho could readily bo consulted when occa
His district will still cover the Union
Pacific lines in addition to other terri
tory.Mr. . L 11. Korty , who has for so many
years been his faithful lieutenant as assis
tant superintendent , is to bo promoted
to fill the vacancy.
The A mi jr.
General Crook and Lieutenant Kcnnon
leave to-morrow for Fort McKinney.
General Brock loaves for Boston to
morrow , having been called there by
illness in his family. During his absence
Captain Kay will attend to the duties of
the oflice ,
The Omaha Killo club is holding its
weekly shoot at the Bellevue range this
The army officers , especially those de
voted to 'the nxngo are somewliat
astounded by an assertion in a mili
tary publication of Colonel H. Mcr-
riam of the Seventh infantry , that it
it impossible for n soldier to make more
than 50 per cent accenting to the armv
regulations in target shooting. Ho holds
further that it is not eyen possible in the
future to do more than the percentage
mentioned. In view of the wonderful
improvement that has everywhere
been made in the sciences ,
to say that in shooting no
improvement can bo made is considered
preposterous. Besides the records arc
against it. There are fire companies in
Texas , whoso average is over 01) ) , three
companies at Budgor who have made 70 ,
onu under Colonel Randlett in Fort Du
Cliosno which made 77 and another under
Colonel Pacgptt which made 57.
The BEK ROIHO months ago spoke of
Colonel H. C. Merriam going to Europe
to patent his improved knapsac. He
went to the war ollicn in Berlin and dis
played it there , later wont to England to
Iiave it patented. His improvement was
hardly shown to the Germans when it
seems a man named Andreas Sohnor , C
Josophstrasso. Berlin , filed n specifica
tion in London for a patent on the
colonel's improvement. When the latter
applied for a patent a few weeks
ago ho was informed that the German
had got ahead of him. Says the colonel :
The proceeding is in itself remarkable ,
but in connection with the fact that
1 was in Berlin myself at the very
time he made the application ,
ami that my models were exhibited only
at tlio Gorman war ollleo , it becomes sin
gularly suggestive , both of the opinion
of that ofiice upon the merits of the in
vention and of the facility with \vliicli
Mr. Sohnor availed himself of informa
tion only to bo had in that ofiice , through
which ho was enabled to make his appli
cation for foreign patents on my Inven
tion before I loft the city. Fortunately
my rights wcro already secured in Eng
Onmp Meeting at Centra !
CKNTKAL CITY , Neb. , August 8. [ Cor
respondence of the BEE. ] The Grand
Island District camp mooting , just nlosed
in Rev. S. H. Jones' grove , all ngroo has
been ono of the most successful cvor held
in this pnrt of Nebraska. Largo crowds
attended the services nnd the most In
tense interest was manifested. It has
been frequently remarked that those who
came to the altar seeking the way of
salvation wore almost without exception
blessed with a sound conversion to God
while many believers entered upon a
higher religious life and activity. Those
happy results are doubtless duo in great
measure to the exceptionally excellent
preaching. Revs. H. S. Hilton , J. . Fowler
ler , H. L. Powers and N. H Gale , nil of
Central City , also Revs. J. W. Miller of
Genoa , J II. Brooks of St. Paul , R. Kan-
dolph of North Lotip , J. W. Jennings of
Blair , J. W. Robinson of Fullerton , J. B.
Lecdom of Wood River , II. A. Crnno of
Grand Island. T. C. Webster of Plum
Creek , I ) . K. Tyndall of Kearney , Meyers
of Amora , and Edwin Forest , the evan
gelist , were present and assisted in the
services. Last Sunday morning the
presiding elilor , Rev. J. W. Shank ,
preached a sermon of rare excellence
nud power , highly appreciated by all
who heard it. The Grand Island district
i.s fortunate in tlio possession of ministers
of a high onler of talent. Any pulpit in
the land would bo creditably tilled by
Rev. Crane , Rev. Hilton or Roy. Robin
son , or ono of others that might bo men
tioned. Rev. 11. S. Powers has great
talent as an evangelist and will bo ex
ceptionally useful for years to come If
his extraordinary zeal docs not break
down lily health. The meeting was
under the management of the presiding
Cider , who proved hiniselt master of the
situation by keeping all thu forces well
in hatid. in which he was faithfully seconded
ended by the other preachers and tlio
laymen. The wonderful success
of this meeting has created
an enthusiasm that will probably
result in a large attendance no\t year ,
when it is oxpentcd that the grounds of
the Riverside Park association will bo oc
A pleasing feature of the encampment
was the entertainment furnished at
camp-meeting rates by the Newton hotel.
The gentlemanly proprietor , Mr. L. N.
Miller , did better than ho agreed , and all
were delighted with the accommodations
furnished by Central City's newest and
best hotel ,
err to the
Last night a party of Omaha sport
lovers left for Minneapolis to bo present
at the Killon-Cardiir light which will take
place August 5. The party consisted of
Messrs. Tom Bitterson , Charles Bibbins ,
Charles Little. Tom Ratclille. Jack Mor
risen , J. O'Toole and Tom Foley. To
night Messrs. Ed Rothery , Jack Griffith ,
A. K. Fenwick and several others expect
to proceed northward on the same mis
S. II. Elwood , of O'Noil , is at the Can- '
W. S Noligh , from West Point , is in
Charles B. Hole , of Fairlmry , is at the
Samuel Rocs came in from tlio east
F. R. Schell , a merchant from Wahoo ,
is in the city.
James Danlcp , from Ashland , is stay
ing at the Windsor.
George Derguin and wife , of David
City , are at the Barker.
Alfred Flint , an extensive cattle dealer
at Litchliekl , is in the city.
James Stephonson's two daughters and
son went to Colorado to-day.
A. G. R. Calhoun and P. F. II. Schars ,
both of Kearney , are in the city.
W. S. Neligh , of West Point , was in
the city a few hours yesterday.
Mour Nelson , of Hoartington. took a
run up to the metropolis yesterday.
W. A. Wells and E. K. Leonard and
wife , all of David City , arc ntthoMillard.
W , A. Tank , of Walkortown , and F. A.
Clnrk , of Callaway , are stopping at the
W. R. Lackland , who is engaged in the
mercantile business in Warnervillc , is on
a business trip to Omaha.
D. M. Doty and wife , formerly of
Omaha , but now residents of Laramic ,
are visiting friends in the city.
Joe Henshuw , once the popular clerk
at the Paxton , is now chief of the key
rooms at the Ryan in Si. Paul.
The Lincoln people in Omaha yester
day s'oro D. C. Jackson , J. Oppon-
lieim , S. C. Barr aud James 11. Johnson.
11. F. Borden , a wcalthv property
owner at Kansas City , is in tlio city with
a view to investing in Omaha real es
Mrs. Finnerty.sisterof James Brcnnan ,
the contractor , came to Omaha yestejday
from the cast. It is the lirst time she has
seen her brother in many years.
Colonel E. F. English and Major Al
bert E. Cobby , both from Y'aiikton , Dak. ,
and en route to Los Angeles , Cat. , spoilt
the day with friends In the city yester
The Nebraskans at the Paxton are :
James C. Birnoy , of Crete ; C. H. Baker ,
of Waterloo ; J. Chase , of Weeping
Water , and J. C. Watson , of Nebraska
D. M. Urc , of Monmouth , HI. , who
owns considerable Omaha property , is in
the city. Ho will meet his old neighbors
at the Warren county , 111. , picnio in
Ilanscom park this afternoon.
Mrs. Sam Atkinson , of Bedford , la. , is
the guest of Frank and Miss Mary Atkin
son of this city. Mrs. Atkinson has
accepted a position in the Omaha public
H. B. Smith and family ami Frank Col-
pet/.er and wife have gone to Spirit Lako.
Mrs. 1. W. Miner and Miss Lila Alexan
der have gone there also .ind will bo the
guest of Mrs Pratt in the Omaha colony
Jack Giilligan , chief of the fire depart
ment , who has been suffering for some
time with an injured eye , is in Chicago
to have the skilled opthilmists _ : of that
rity nuiiovo the injured organ , ftlrs.
Galligan loft last evening for Chicago.
The operation will bo performed to-day.
The revenue collections yesterday wcro
; | 3 049.35.
' Lawson and Bigle , two di//y vags ,
were ordered out of town yesterday after
noon by Judge Berka.
The county treasurer , Henry Bolln ,
paid $8,000 of the Douglas county fund
ing bonds yesterday.
Madeline Williams was arrested yesterday -
terday afternoon on u charge of lightins.
She was lined -fi ! and costs by Judge
The only marriage certificate issued
at the clerk's office yesterday was that of
Albert M Stolty. of Lincoln , to Augusta
W Wilsky , of Champaign , III.
The colored Masons of Nebraska will
hold a meeting of their grand ledge at
the exposition hall. August 18. There i.s
to he a grand parade in the afternoon
and a banquet in the ovaning.
W. S. Redman , clerk and deputy col
lector in the internal revenue olllce. has
resigned his position to taUo a position in
a new bank that is to be started by Judge
Post , formerly revenue collector hero.
The bank is to bo located at 1'urton.
Edward Kveratt Halo will be here the
last of the month as the guest of tholtuv.
W. E. Copoland. On the evening of the
25th the distinguished visitor will utJrcss
the national convention of charities nnd
corrections , to bo held in the exposition
During the month of July there were
sold at the Omaha postollleo $11 ,
857.03 worth of stamps find f'J , 051) ) 10
worth of envelopes. Money orders
wore issued for $31,301) ) 63 , mojiHy orders
paid. $33,701. 43 ; postal notes issued for
11,011.09 , nnd postal noted paid , fa , .
The Editors of the I > I > | \Veckllen |
limp lr > the Fnnhlnn ,
Another Omaha journalist has entered
the lists as the defendant in a libel suit.
This time It is Mark Hnnson , tlio editor
of the Danish weekly Den Dansko Pioneer
neer , nnd the person entering complaint
is Otto Wolfi' , editor of thu Daiinobrog ,
who sues for $15,000. The matter has
grown out of professional rivalry that
finally degenerated Into personal abuse ,
and shows with what remarkable versa
tility the vassals of European sovereigns
ndapl themselves to the freedom of
American speech in the Danish tongue.
The last shot given by Wolff in thn
quarrel was freighted with the story of
an amour of Hansen in thu old country ,
in which a beautiful Danish maiden
blinded by her love for him had surren
dered all that Is precious to womanhood.
This shot awakened all the latent pas
sion of Hanscn's soul , and he replied the
next week in an article which for per
sonal abuse stands equal to some
of the ' most inspired products of
American journalists. A short .section of
tlio article is quoted herewith , with u few
" ( Jroat MoKtil. Lli\r General nnd hired
drUer for the refuse wagon
Wnl II. your explanation Is just as dirty as
yourself , jou mlsernbli * villain ittul llnr.
1'heie If hnnllv i\ word to bo found In the
D.inlsh vocabulary su low and vuluar
thnt It could not nppioprhitel/
bo applied to you. There Is noli a deed no
menu aud hmthsnine , so ntmminnblo n vil
lainy , but thnt we belle\o tlmt you would do
It , for you me nn outrnst nninm ; hutniuilly
Md nftliont niiy conscience. Your slnmlor-
oils stories are innuufnctured in your own
factory ( if lies , and to pro > o tlio sumo vou
daio to olfer F. .Incobson ns proof , an Im
moral hog , * * * the lowest nnd most
tinitnl creature to lie found. But rcincmbor.
creoiiey , wo can hold jou rosnonslblo for *
* * your mlotlc roninik to F. .Incouson.
It is to bo deeply regretted that a good
deal of the meaning and force of the lan
guage in thu original Danish is lost by
.Tint KG Herku'H Llttlo Grist.
Below will be fouml a list and classifi
cation of ofi'endurs who appeared Imioru
JudL'o Bcrka during the month if July :
Drunks . 2,17
Vaci-nnts . ISO
Suspicious Characters . M )
Disturbers of the pence . 13(1 (
Assault nud battery . 19
Assault . 0
Petit Irtrceny . M
Carrying concealed weapons 5
Passing bogus 1u
Fast driving. u
Shootlns with Intent to kill i
CSrand larceny 9
Obstructing sidewalk 4
Street walking 3
Family quarrels 5
Keeping saloon open nfter midnight 7
Malicious destruction of property 2
Mixing mortar on pavement It
PcdctlhiK without license 3
Jirenklnu' telephone t
Obtaining money under fnlso pretenses. . . a
Discharging lirenrms 3
Fugitive from Justice 1
( /'omtnitUng nuisance 11
Forgery : i
Keening vicious dog I
Urueltr to children I
Stabbing with intent to kill 2
Libel : t
Violating ordinance K12 1
Violating building ordinance 1
Highway robbery 1
Disorderlies ! > >
Cleveland linn Boon Invited.
OMAHA , August S. To the Editor
of the BKK : Wishing to correct
the erroneous impression that
Omaha is behind the times in not extend
ing an invitation to President Cleveland
to visit our city on his western tourallow
mo to state that the president was invited
by the board of trade , on the IGth of
June , through its president , Mr. Mnx
Meyer , to honor Omaha with his pres
ence , and bespeaking for him a most en
It was hoped that the president would
perhaps ho present at the formal opening
of the Chamber of Commerce , which
could be arranged for any date which
would be agreeable to him. Up to the
present time no response has been re-
coivcd. Very respectfully yours ,
An express wagon loam belonging tea
a man named Dccring ran away from the
corner of Twelfth and Harney streets
last evening , running along Twelfth to
Douglas , thence to Eleventh , where tlio
wagon upsot. The team turned north on
Eleventh , dragging the overturned
wagon to Dolgu ( street , where James
Watson rushed out and stopped the run
aways. Ono of the horses was badly
hurt in the right hind leg.
.July's Pollen ColleotlotiH.
The number of cases tried in the police
court tor the month of July isl,05U. | The
amount of fines collected was $2.1SG.75.
and tlio amount of costs $255.55 , making
a total of 13,022.30. Of this sum $188.50
was paid into the state treasury , and the
balance , $3,480.60 into the city achool
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