Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 16, 1887, Page 2, Image 2
OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , OCTOBER 16 , 18S7.-TWELYE PAfcES , * . tf t MONDAY ! MONDAY ! MONDAY ! 38 Inch All Wool Dress Flannels at 290. worth 500 , 54 Inch All Wooj 3 Grey Mixed Flannels at 47 I-2C , worth 750. \l \ 1 I. . . \f \ ine Silks , Aprons and Books , Dress Flannelsl Dress Flannelsl s- 8OO yards of 38-inch all-wool Butting Flannels , ON MONDAY , 20C PER YARD. This is the biggest bargain of n the season , and will never be duplicated - plicated at this price. We have f. . 8OOO yards of this splendid flan- 'nel ' , and will sell the lotonMon- day WITHOUT LIMIT. 8OOO yards of 38-inch all wool -tress , ) Flannels in the following I-colors : Navy blue , myrtle green , brown , wine and black ; at 29c per yard ; worth BOc. ANOTHER CASE OF FINE * j CAMEL'S HAIR STRIPED SUITING AT 37 1-2C. t We will place on sale just one case of 44-inch Camel's Hair Colored - ored Striped Suitings at 37 l-2c 'per yard ; worth 80c ; only one dress pattern to each customer. B4-INCH ALL-WOOL DRESS j FLANNELS 47 1-2C. 4O pieces 84-inch all-wool JDress Flannels , In grey and Jjrown mixtures ; also navy blue , myrtle , brown and wine colors ; all at 47 l-2c ; worth 7Bc. English Tweed Suit ings 65c. r 48 pieces English Tweed Suit- Ings at 03c ; worth $1. " 'WAIT TILL SOME OTHER DAY , This the St. Los XTUS Must Do " , to Boat Detroit. BETZEIN SHUTS THEM OUT. the Main Credit of the Victory Duo to the Detroit IMtchor Preparing For the Great Pigeon Shoot. Detroit O , St. I/oiiln O. New YOIIK , Oct. 15. [ Special Telegram to ! pHK BUD. ] The game at the polo grounds to-day was played under circumstances to Impel the players to do their best work. The Spectators who came out to see a good gumo Of haso hall without friend or favor , num bered ten thousand. They were not disap- Vpolnted. They expected to see the St. Louis men muko'n closer light than they did , hut M they witnessed the splendid Holding exhi bition of the Strait City cluh and tlio wonder ful pitching of their Gotzeln , they could only admit that the victors were invincible this flay and St. Louis must wait till some other flay. To Gotzoln belongs the principal honor Of the victory. Ills delivery was too much for the ordinarily clever batters in the oppos ing team. When it is considered thut of the Whole nlno from St , Louis only two men made clean hits and those in the last inning , Jt will bo soon that Gotzeln was out as a pitcher und got thcro. On the other liirid Foutz was hit frequently and hard , and v nile the Dotroits earned six of their nine r.'ns , Iho 8ii | > i > ort Duvo received at certain periods Wits discouraging. TUB scour. : DCTIIOIT. A. n. n. In. s.n. r.o. A. E. Richardson , 1. f. . . . 5 ! i 2 1 3 0 0 Canzell , Ib 5 'J 4 0 9J 0 nowes.s 5 Thompson , r. f 5 \Vhlte , lib 5 Dunlap. 8b 4 Bennett , o Hanlon.c. f 4 0 0 0 H 0 0 Oetzeln , p Total 41 U 15 4 37 14 1 ST. LOUIS. A. n. it. In. s. n. r. o. A. n. Latham , 3b 4 0 1 1 3 3 0 Gleason , s. s 4 O'Neill , 1. f Cumlskoy.lb 4 0 1 0 10 0 0 Caruthors r.f 4 Foutz , p. . . 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 Welch , o. f Robinson , lib 3 Bushoug , c 3 0 0 J ) JJ J3 Total 33 0 5 1 27 10 8 BC01IB IIT INSIXOS. Detroit 3 3000000 3 0 fet. Louis 0.0 000000 0--0 Earned runs Detroit 0 , St. Louis 0. Three-baso hits Kielumlson. Double plays BushonK nnd Hoblnson , O'Neill nnd Robinson and Uumlskey. First base on balls Latham , Howe , Rob inson , Getruin , Bennett. First base on errors Detroit 3 , St. Louis 1. Struck out Detroit 1 , St. Louis 4. "Wild pitehcH Gctzein 1 , Foutz 1. Umpires Goffnoy und Kelly. The Bnso Bull Situation. The directors of the Omaha Base Ball asso ciation hold a meeting at Penroso ft Hnrdln's porting goods house last evening , but as usual no actual business was transacted. The plans for next year , however , were exhaust ively discussed , and the secretary , Mr. Kay , Instructed to proceed with the negotiations for u new manager , nnd If iwsalblo to secuio nacUott , manager the past season of the Newark , New Jersey , team , an cx | > oricnced nnd competent hand at the business. No etops have been taken yet towunl the en- payment of employes , and It this is not at- , Ijndrd to at pnce the managers rnuy expect V to piny a losing game npvt year. Omaha's f , spat year's team must wake u showing at the ' ' V ry outlet of the season , or the Jig is up. 04-INCH ENGLISH TWEED SUITINGS $1.28. We open Monday the finest line of 84-inch English Tweed Suit ings that is manufactured nt $1.25 per yard ; they are worth $1.9B. Bengaline Silks , Bengaline Silks. We open Monday the finest line of colored and black Bengaline Silks that can be found in this country. These silks are Wool filled , giving the silk an elegance in draping obtained in no other silks. Every yard guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in wear. The pride of this excellent silk is only $2.23 per yard ; it is well worth $3. BLACK BENGALINE SILK $1.87 1-2C. Black BengalineSilk at $1.87 l-2c worth $2.25. Black Bengaline Silk at $3.25 , worth $4. Colored Faille Francaise at $1 , Another lot of fine colored Faille Francaise Silks , 21 inches wide ; elegant goods , that have never been sold at less than $1.BO ; on Monday the price is $1 per yard. Base ball enthusiasm roac'lic B gii 5 lOTr cob by the execrable y ; Oj the late team to- "wiri ! v o latter part of the summer that the game will require a vast deal of bolstering to gain the vantage lost. The Joroino Park Meeting. NHW YOHK , Oct. 15. The weather at Jerome Paik was cool and the track fast. Seven fuilongs : Mamie Hunt won , Harry Russell second , Rosalind third. Time 1:31. : Three-quarters rnilo : George Oyster won , Thora second , Speedwell third. Time 'Mile and a furlong : Laggard won , Richmond mend second , King of Norfollf , third. Time lBSf. : ) Mlle and a half : Linden won. Nnlanto second , Lolcgos third. Time 2 : ! ) jf. Three-quarter milo : Phil Leo won , Choctaw - taw second , Miss Mouse third. Time 1:17J : . Steeple chase , over-full course : Justin Mubo won , Retribution second , John Henry third. Time uot taken. Races ut I , CINCINNATI , Oct. 15. At Latonla there vusfiuo weather , an excellent tiack and good racing. Five furlongs : Kitty Guun won , Brunette econd , Elmlru third. Time 1:04. : Seven furlongs : Lemon won , Elsie B sce- md. Tom O'Shantcr third. Time 1:31. : Six furlongs : Evangolino won , Mishap second , Calcutta third. Time 1:17. : Ono inilo : Gold Flea won , Duloy Oaks second end , Jim Nave third. Time 1:43. : Nine f urlpngs : Klrklln won , Dad second , Paseen third. Time 1:50. : Crlokot. Probably the last game of the season was ) layed yesterday on the old ball grounds , be- Aveen the Omaha and St. George clubs. The esult was a victory for the Omahos by 54 nms. For the victors the batting of Messrs. Taylor , Roberts and .lopp was especially worthy of notice , the latter gentleman initi ating his perfoinmnco with n mnsnillcent hit to les for 0. Mr. Taylor's contribution of 11 Wai the result of his usual euro. The defeat of the St. Georges was mainly duo to their lack of practice , as that , they have llnt class iilayors among them cannot bo denied , of which the bowling of Mr. Douglas and the , batting of Mr. Robinson gives ample proof. Had the weather been a llttlo loss boisterous the scores on both sides would have been larger. There is every evidence that next year , if the club can procure aground , cricket will prosper in Omaha. Below is the score ot yesterday's match in detail. ST. auonon' ? CLUII. J. Upton , b Doyle C F. Kenmstou , b G. Vaughan 0 W. Gavin , st Taylor 0 J. S. Prince , b Doyle 1 J. F. Robinson , run out 0 A. McPherson , b Doyle 0 J. Douglas , bO. Vaughan 0 W. Mnrchunt , b G. Vaughan 0 S. Nichol , b Doyle 3 O. Hill , not out 0 E. W. Eayres , b G. Vuughan 0 Ex t rus 2 Total 11 OMUIV CIIICKCT CLUR. W. R. Vaughan , run out 3 R.W.Taylor , b Upton 11 J. Cruikslmnk , b Douglas 3 J. C. Doyle , b Upton 14 ( i. II. Vaughan , o KcnnUton , b Douglas . . . 8 W. M. Roberts , b Upton 1 J. T. Mulr , b Upton 3 R. Craig , b Upton 0 J. A. Jopp , b Upton 0 G. W. West , e and b Upton 0 G. H. Roberts , not out 8 Extras J5 Total - ° 5 -j iiii The Pl PIKCOII Shoot. All arrangements , for the grand shooting tournament , under the auspices of Messrs. Penroso & Hardin , are being rapidly per fected. The tourney begins on the 2Jth and continues to the 03th Inclusive. It will bo a most interesting meet , inasmuch tu the m'a- Joilty of the crack trap shots ot the country will bo here including Budd , the champion wing shot of the world. An Invoice of COO pigoonj was received from Minnesota yes terday , which swells the number uf birds already In coop to .neighborhood of 8,000. Unlaundried Shifts 75c , We will show on our gents' furnishings counter Monday , 1OO dozen Men's Unlaundried Shirts at78c each , that cannot be dupli cated at less than $1. 1OO DOZEN MEN'S UNLAUN DRIED SHIRTS , made of Wam- sutta Muslin , reinforced back and front , fine linen bosom , patent facings on back and sleeves , at 75c each. This shirt is one of the best in the market , and would be good value at $1. Silk Handkerchiefs 68c. 2O dozen Men's Fine Pongee Silk Handkerchiefs , fancy col ored borders , at 68c each ; worth $ t.2B. Silk Mufflers $1.25 , 2O dozen Men's Fine White Pongee Silk Mufflers , 2-inch hem , at $1.28 each ; worth $2. BLACK GOODS. We show in our Black Goods department this week a big line of all wool Henriettas. They are an elegant fabric and are silk fin ished. At the prices we sell them they are the cheapest and most desirable goods in the mark.et A largo number of live black birds have al ready been contracted for , and there is no dancer of a lack of animated targets. The number of live birds that will bo necessary for the different events will bo something like 15,000 , all of which have been contracted for. Among the renowned talent that have already signified their intention to participate may bo mentioned Budd. Ruble , Slice , Tucker , Erhardt , Uiloy and Sheldon , There will be several side chases for big money , and the tournament will bo the best affair of the kind. Judging from present prospects , over held iu the west. The Great Fall Hunt. The Omaha Gun club had made all ar rangements for the grand annual hunt , ex cepting fixing a date for the event. Frank Parmaloo nnd Billy Brewer were elected captains of the two teams , which are consti tuted as follows : Parmeloo's side Pont esc , Petty , Ellis , Kennedy , Stubbs , Robertson , Hulott , Dim- mock , Brucker , Green , Clarke , Elsasser , Parr , Mills , Gordon , Simonds and Holmes. Brower'a side Worley. Smith , Hardin , iting , Fields , Cotter , Icken , McCaffrey , Stout , Koyo , Hotherington , Foley , Bedford , Love , Broatch , Eustis , Nye and Usher. The count of game will bo made the day following the hunt , and the banquet will probably bo spread at the Millard , for which ho losing side will liquidate. To-Day'H Athletic Tournament. The athletic tournament for the benefit of Fred Cunningham comes off ut the ball park this afternoon and with auspicious weather a : argo crowd will assuredly bo present to enJoy - Joy the sport. Among the athletes who will appear in the different contests nro some of the best known in the west. There will bo running from a fifty yard sprint to n one inilo race , the hitch nnd kick , high Jump , putting the shot , wrestling , dumb-boll lifting and numerous other interesting events. The Durant and Thurston hose companies will close the tourney by a hose coupling contest for n medal. The beneficiary , Mr. Cunning ham , is a popular young professional , and de serving of liberal recognition at the hands of lovers of athletic sports. Interesting Sporting Gossip. Tommy Hurst , thoEngllsh pugilist , will ar rive in Oinnlm Wednesday next. Fvod Cunningham wants to run H. M. Jolinbon , of Cincinnati , a half mile for fi50to $1,000 a sido. The crows are gathering in great flocks and Hying high , which is a never failing har binger of cold weather. f Joe Walsh , the Omaha shortstop , has n po sition ut Hoaglaud's lumber yard. He will remain here throughout the winter. Hooks ai'O now being made at the rate of $100 to $ bO at Stephen & McEldcnuey's pool rooms cu the world championship games , H M. Ryan , a well known St. Paul sportIng - Ing man and manager , laid over hero several days this wcuk en route to Los Angeles , Cul. Messrs. II. A. Penrose and Johnny Thomp son nro at Baitlett's lake , Iowa , and Messrs. Dick \Vcrtz and Will Townsend at Honey Creek. A good many blue and green wing teal , with an occasional mallard and redhead , are being knocked over at Cut off Lake these evenings. A flnobr.skct of blank bass and croppies was made at Horscshoo lake yesterday by Messrs. Ralph Hammerslcy and Jake Smith , of Nebraska City. C , C. Hulett , Frank McDonald and Frank Parmolco are cracking uwuy at th'o mallard and redhead out in tuu marshes along the Elkhorn. Joe Ostrella , the genial troubadour , wa ( presented with n handsome gold watch ami chain by a number of his admiring friends last evening. Thorn will bo a general sweepstakes shool on the grounds of the Omahu gun club next Tuesday afternoon and some lively i > ort is anticipated. Jack Ilanley , a former Omaha slugger , is a candUlaJc for city marshal at Anderson , Ind Jack has been son-ing as assistant marshal for the past year. The posting of the balance of the stakes for the O'Leary-Mlllcr fight by Ed Rotherj and O'Leary's unknown backer will bo mudo nt Rothcry's place next Tuesday evening. J. N. Gonnau and Ed Uothery have posted Quality 1. 42 inches wide at 9Oc. Quality II. 42 inches wide at $1.OO. Quality III. 44 inches "wide at $1.1O. Black Dress Flannel , 29c 8 pieces all wool Dress Flannels at 29c ; worth BOc. APRONS. APRONS. At 2Be. 1OO dozen fine Lawn Aprons , with three tucks , at 2Bc ; also a big lot of cream Scrim Aprons , at 2Bc ; worth BOc. BOOKS. BOOKS. BOOKS CHEAP. Another shipment of Fair God at 9Oc. Ben Hur at 9Oc. EMERSON'S ESSAYS. 33c. 1OO copies Emerson's Essays at 38c ; worth7Bc. H. RIDER HAGGARD'S WQRKS. King Solprrmn , Jess , Allan Quatermaih , Sne , Duchess , Pa per Covers , at IBc. A GREAT : BARGAIN. 3OOO CloVh Books at S0c each ; regular pricey $1.5O ; by The Duohess. Bertlra M. Clay , Emilo a $10 forfeit for a catcli'-as-catch.-eau wrest ling match between two unknowns. The bout is to take place in private Saturday night next. The go&so decoys are being burnished up afc Penroso & Hardin's nnd the wondrous talcs of days on the Platte that are told at the nightly seances are sufficient to make one's head swim. t Krehmoyor , catcher of the late Omaha club , has an offer to play with the Milwaukee team next season. Krohmeyerwas not up to his usual good standard during the past two months , but expects to come round in great shape next spring. The prize medal offered by the Police News for the middle-weight championship of this state is on exhibition at Patsy Fallon's place on Twelfth street. There nro already four entries for the modal , and the competition will bo on within a few weeks. McHenry Johnson , the "Black Star , " left for Cincinnati yesterday morning , where ho has an engagement at $100 a week to meet all comers. The Star has been iu Omaha for several months and has made many friends. Ho is the champion colored fighter of the age , and is capable of making u good show ing with any of the white pugs. The summing up of the season's average of the Omaha Gun club revealed the fact that Frank Parmoleo stands No. 1 and wins the handsome budge with nn average of 19 > ; John Potty , second , takes the baudsomo Lofovor gun , average 19) ) ; H. A. Penroso third , 100 pounds of Sycamore sporting pow der , average ISJf ; Billy Brewer fourth , a hunting coat , average 17 f. Two More Alesla Victims. Niw : YOIIK , Oct 15. Thcro were two more deaths from cholera on Swinburne Island last night among the Alesia's passen gers. This brings the total number of deaths up to twenty-eight since the Alesla left Mediterranean ports. A Little Blaze. A small bluzd was discovered in n house on the southwest corner of Phil Sheridan street nnd St. Mary's avenue about 3:30 : yesterday afternoon. The lire was confined to the roof nnd was the result of n defective Hue. The damage was slight. Supreme Court Decision * * . Dus MOINES , Iu. , Oct. 15. [ Special Tele gram to the Biii. ] The supreme court filed the following decisions to-day : James Braniff , appellant , vs. the Commissioners of Pharma cy , Polk district ; mandamus to compel de fendants to issue the plaintiff a renewal of a permit to practice pharmacy. The court holds that according to chap. 187 , which says : "Druggists nnd pharmacists who were regis tered without examination forfeit their regis tration when they have voluntarily sold , parted or severed theiy connection with the drug business for n period of two years nt the place designated in the cer tificate. Should ' sueh party wish to cngngo in the practice of pharmacy ho is required to be registered by examina tion. " The facts shown proved plaintiff's amenability to the .statute and the judgment was affirmed : George Junpo vs John Bow man , appellant , Marshall district , affirmed ; J. M. King , appellant , vs W. II. Parker , Montgomery district,1 affirmed ; Andrew Mitchell , appellant : vs1 John Joyce , Marlon district , affirmed ; A. Fi-rnbach , appellant , vs City of Waterloo. Blackhawk district , re versed ; Louis C. Dcssalnt , appellant , vs William A. Foster. Scott district , revciscd ; George E. Pew vs J. CI Buchanan , appellant , Plymouth district.'ufflrmod ; J. A. Griffith vs Burlington. Cedar Rapids & Northern rail way , appellant , Washington district , re versed ; James F. Cant vs Lydla F. Wiggins , appellant , Wright District , affirmed. Klllo Competition Completed. CHICAGO , Oct. 13 , Yesterday's competition iu rifle shooting at the military encampment was completed to-day at 500 nnd 600 yard ranges. The total scores at all four ranges nro : Second Massachusetts brigade , 17KI : United States army team , Department of 1557 ; First Michigan , 14W. * A Dry Ticket. xu , Neb. , Oct. 15. [ Special Tele gram to the Biii. : ] The Burt county prohi bitionists met In Tckamuh to duy and nomi nated a full county ticket. M & GO'S ' FAMOUS RIVERSIDE SERIES FOR 23 CENTS VOLUME. Tlin IAMl > LIflHEn-Mlss Cummimrs. A CKANCK ACQtJAINTANCn-Howelk TIIKIIt WKUU1NO .1OUKNKV Howolls. JIIS3V Ily the Author of ItutledKO. THK SIinU.WATEU Tragedy by Aldiicli. MHIDKNrE PAIKI'BV-lSy Alilrlch. A VHltPEOI ADONIS-By Ihe Author of Rut- ledge. SAM SIiAWSON'S STONES-Uy Harlet Bccchcr Stowo. LESLIE OOLlTH\VAlTE-lly Mrs. Whitney. TH13 OtlAHIHAN ANQKL-lly Holmes. AN OM > MAID'S PAHAI118E llv K. S. Phelps. J5UHULAHS IN PAUAI > 18K-liy K. 8. Phelps. And a number of others by lead ing authors , only 25 cents a vol- volume. BOOKS IN SETS. AT LESS THAN HALF THE PUBLISHER'S PRICES. CHAMBER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA The most reliable edition pub lishedunabridged and unaltered , containing all the illustrations of the English work , reprinted from the 1884 edition of Cham ber's Encyclopedia , with an elaborate and carefully prepared American supplement , and forty full-page maps , beautifully printed in seven colors , in 0 large volumes , imperial quarto , size 12 x9 inches , cloth bound , at $9.SO ; publisher's price , $18.OO. Full sheep library style , at $13.OO ; publisher's price $24.OO. RANDAMj AND CARLISLE. An Absurd Story Which Causes Much Amusement. WASHINGTON , Oct. 15. [ Special Telegram to the BEE. ] The report that if Sam. llan- dall will oppose Carlisle in his contest with Thoobe ho is assured that ho shall have the chairmanship of the committee of appropria tions is the subject of a great deal of amuse ment among the friends of the Philadelphia congressman. They assert that the story is too absurd to warrant the slightest notice , and the only reason it is noticed at all is the persistence with which his enemies reiterate it. Mr. Randall's friends point out that in the contest between Frank Hurd and Joseph Romeis , in which the noted free trader attempted to secure a seat to which ho had not been elected , the democrats werounablo to unite in favor or seating the democrat and they nrguo from this that if an attempt is made to unseat Carlisle thcro will bo enough republicans who will not participate lu the movement to insure Its defeat. They reason out therefore that if Randall should attempt to defeat Carlisle on the floor of the house it would bo impossible , for him to carry enough demo crats over with him to counteract the votes which Carlisle would gain from the republi can nido of the house. Further , they insist that "Sam" will not plead the baby act but if Carlisle attempts to displace him ho will find some other means of evening the score before the session closes. Death to Birds. WASHINGTON , Oct. 15. [ Special Telegram to the BEE. ] Professor Ilidgway , the curator of birds at the Smithsonian institute , says that the specimen , birds which were sent to him from New York , where they were found dead near the Baitholdl beacon light , are nearly all of the specie known as "Warblers. " They nro insectivorous. These birds are night migratory in their move ments , and thousands have been attracted from all directions by the brilliancy of the light and killed by flying against the glass. Ho says that the scientists fear that the destruction will bo so great that the species will become extinct before many years. Ho also reports that there have been found a great many crows and wild ducks near the Washington menu ment. They fly at dawn when the nests are thickest and are killed by contact with the monument , which is hidden in the cloud. Ho early and very bcvero winter. Pensions Granted. WASHINGTON , Oct. in. [ Special Telegram to the Br.n. ] The following Nebraska pen sions were Issued October 15 : William V. Banta , Oxford ; William T. Adams , Orange ; Peter McMullen , Lyons ; David Bracken , Stecle City. Increase : Najwleon B. John ston , Fort Niobrara ; Jacob Rowc , Hebron ; Robert I. Beatts , Turner ; Ole Gilbert , Hays Springs. Iowa pensions : Jesse , father of Isadoro Brecs , Knoxvllle ; Isaac J. Fish , Aston Leo H. Thomas , West Union. Reissued : James W. Shull , DrakoRVlllo ; Alonzo Owen , Cas- taliaj Stephen R. Mock , Marshalltown ; Thomas Johnson , Beacon. Increase : James II. Pitman , Leon ; Maisona Hurrlatt , Glld- dcn : Alexis M. Huff , Hancock ; Albert Phelps , Washington ; John Lyons , Blairs- town ; Emsloy Cliitkcnbeard. Mondumon ; Thomas Slmmpncr , Salem ; William C. Sheppard - pard , Hartford ; Lucas Vunderloriden , Tan- tas ; George A. Suinmorville , Ottumwa ; Irvin Oxbcrger , Chesterfield. Reissued : John Mulherln , South Amuna. Oltcrly's Action Approved * WASHINGTON , Oct. ID.-Civil Service Com- iniKsloncr Obcrly to-day received from the civil bervlco reform association of New York , of which George William Curtis is president , a copy of the resolutions which were unani mously adopted by the executive committee of that association approving of a letter of his to the Illinois Democratic association in Washington for its forcible nnd vigorous re- bukci of such partisan associations among employes of the government as tending to lead tp Violations of the civil service law and LORD LYTTON'S WORKS. 13 vols. , cloth , gilt , at $6.70 ; publisher's price $10.BO. RUSKIN'S WORKS. $ O.OO. The works of John Ruskin , popular edition , 12 vols. , with plates , cloth , gilt , at $9.OO ; pub lisher's price $24.OO. COOPER'S COMPLETE WORKS 16 vols. , cloth , gilt , at $8.BO ; publisher's price $24.OO. WASHINGTON IRVING'S COL LECTED WORKS. 1O volumes , cloth , gilt , in box , at $4.BO ; publisher's price $18. DICKENS' COMPLETE WORKS IB volumes at $8.BO ; publish er's price $18.78. Remnants ! Remnants ! MONDAY , MONDAY , MONDAY Manufacturers' Short Lengths of Bleached and Cream Damask , direct from the mills. BOO short lengths from 1 to 3 1-2 Sirds of medium and very fine ouble Damask , at BOc on the $1. These remnants we secured from a large manufacturer at a great sacrifice. The patterns ore all choice and we will offer them at such low prices that will effect a speedy clearance : come early. LOT I at $1. LOT II atl.BO. LOT III at$2. LOT IV at $2.BO. LOT V at $3. LOT VI at $4.BO. promote abuses which the law was intended to correct , and which the president has stiongly condemned. Yellow Fever In Florida. WASHINGTON , Oct. 15. Governor General Hamilton has received a telegram from the board of health of Putnam county , saying that another fugitive from Tampa has died of yellow fever , this tlino at Interlachcn. The secretary of the treasury has also received u message from the governor of Florida , ask ing such aid as can bo given. The secretary has replied that orders have been issued for the hospital service to render all the aid deemed expedient. An Inter-State Circular. WASHINGTON , Oct. 15. The iiiter-stnto commissioners have addressed a circular letter to nil carriers subject to the provi sions of the organic laws , state railroad com missioners and others , informing them that the form and character of the reports re quired to be made to the commission under section 20 of the act will bo considered at a public session of the commission to bo held at Washington on the 20th inst. , at which time all persons interested in the subject will bo allowed to present their views , either orally or by written or printed statement. Twenty Clerks Bounced. WASHINGTON , Oct. 15. Secretary Fairchild to-day approved the recommendation of Col lector Magono for the removal of twenty $1,400 clerks in the New York custom house. It is said these clerks huvo failed in two separate civil service examinations for pro motion. _ _ _ _ _ A Crooked Indian Agent. WASHINGTON , Oct. 15. The secretary of the interior to-day requested the attorney general to institute criminal proceedings against Jess Lcchnll , agent for the Klowa , Commancho nnd Wichita Indians in the In dian territory upon the charge of malfeasance in olllce. Lcchull's defalcation , it is stated , will reach r'0,000 or $30,000. Hall County Democrats. GnANn ISI.IND , Neb. , Oct. 15. [ Special Telegram to the BEK. ] The democrats met in convention hero to-day and nominated Joseph Mullln for county Judge , Frank Roboy for treasurer , George Ryan for county clerk , K. A. Wcdgowood for sheriff , H. A. Edwards for sui > crintciideiit of schools and left the ofllco of clerk of court blank. Ono hundred and one delegates were present. Soldier Hosiers Wanted. GiHNblsiAND , Neb. , Oct. 15. [ Special to the Bun. ] As the corner stone of the Soldiers' nnd Sailors' homo will bo laid on the 20th lust. , the sccrctarys of the different state organizations of soldiers residing In Ne braska are requested to send their "roster" to Colonel J. O. West , in order that it maybe bo placed in the corner stone. Candidates For Oio Tofja. LINCOLN , Neb. , Oct. 15. [ Special Telegram - gram to the BEE. ] The democratic Judicial district convention for the Second district , comprising Cass , Lancaster and Otoo coun ties , was hold in this city to-day. Hon. A. J. Sawyer , of this city , and D. S. Hayden , of Nebraska City , were the unanimous nomi nees for district Judges. Mr. Sawyer was present and accepted the nomination. Determined to Bo a Itoulicr. NciiiiASKACiTV , Neb.Oct. 15. [ Special Tel egram to the BEK. ] The thirteen-year-old son of D. 13. Brand , living at Sterling , loft his homo Wednesday with the avowed pur pose of becoming a train robber and load a ent. Ills father was In the city to day and olferfd n loword for news of him. The boy's head was turned by reading dime novels. Wcntlicr Indication * . For Nebraska : Cooler , fresh to hrl&Ic southeasterly winds. For Iowa : Cooler , rain , fresh to brisk varlublo winds , becoming northwesterly. For Dakota : Fair weather , warmer , light to fresh northwesterly winds , becom ing variable. RUGS , RUGS. GENUINE PERSIAN ANB TURKISH RUGS at half th < M ? value. Ladies know that therA is no rug made that has the sarnd richness in coloring , wear an4 style as the genuine Persian rugs , We do not carry rugs in stock , and only bought these because- they were so cheap. As usual , we give our customers the full benefit of this purchase. Thesa rugs will soil from $2.20 to each. DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODSI A LATE ARRIVAL JUST RECEIVED - CEIVED LATE SATURDAY ' AFTERNOON. 4 cases French All Wool Sera * Dregs Goods , 11 colors , 40 inches1 wide , which we will sell MorvJ day at 3Bc per yard. We have similar goods in stock and we have been selling them at 6Bc. This is a bargain and no mis * take. Come Monday and get some of this lot. N. B. FALCONER. Paragraphs About Gould. [ Ci > vuriuM 1SS7 b\i \ Jamm Qotdrm Uennett. ] LONDON , Oct. 15. [ New York Herald Cable Special to the BKH. ] Sunday's Bulf lionlst contains thcso editorial paragraphs' Mr. Jay Gould , according to the latest rumors , is determihed to secure the Coin' raorclal cable company at any cost , but thcro are difficulties in the way to bo overcome which even a Joy Gould may find too U jr. culean a task. The MucKay-Bcnnott company maintains as bold a front as over and has carried the war into the enemy's camp by lately coming down to Cd per word to the public. So far the Commercial cable company has acted la a fair manner and it is hardly probable that in n war of rates extending over eighteen months it will succumb to n one-man attack , although that man may bo Mr. Jay Gould. Wo now so constantly hear these rumors of the collapse of the Mackoy-Bcnnctt position that it hardly needs the so constant assertion to bo made by the New York Herald to as sure us that the Commercial cable company has not given in. It Is to bo hoped that Messrs. Mackey and Bennett will bo able to stand the racket of tills prolonged war of rates. If they succeed in their object they may bo sure of the hearty support of the British public. A Fcuil Ilcsulttt In Murder. GuisnoM ) , la. , Oct. 12. [ Special Telegram to the Bni : . ] For a number of years past thcro has been a standing quarrel between a number of farmers In this county. About half-past 3 o'clock this afternoon ouo of the principal participants in the feud , Mr. Law rence Dolan , trespassed upon the premises leased by J. J. Donahoc , another of the parties mixed up in the quarrel , when a dis pute and angry words between them iol- lowed und Donahoo shot Dolan with a shot * gun , the charge taking effect in the stomach , causing death instantly. Donahoo at onca KUrrcndorod hlmsoU to the officials. All the pai ties involved in the affair ni o wi-althy farm era and respected and pioinlncnt cijl Horribly Ilurni-d Ily Gasoline. Coim.NO , la. , Oct. 15. [ Special Tele gram to the BIE. : ] While Miss Maude Kllenwood , a servant girl for Druggist Twining , of this place , was trying to rcmovo some grease spots from the kitchen floor ths } afternoon by the use of gasoline , it bccamo ignited and hot flio to her clothing , burning her arms , breast und face In a moH $ horrible manner before assistance could bo rendered to her. Transfer of the It. & O. Tclograpb , BAI.TIMOIIB , Oct. 15.-A11 the details tSt the transfer of the Baltimore & Ohio tele graph to the Western Union were completed this afternoon. The pay-roll of the operator * was made up to 13 o'clock to-night , ana tba $ of the employes up to 0 o'clock this evening , and will bo paid by the Baltimore & Ohli ) company. At midnight all the telegraph property of the Baltimore & Ohio company passed into the possession of the Wcstcrh Union company , which will control It Ijl tU | ) future. A Millionaire Jury Briber Jailed. SAN FRANCISCO , Oct. 15. Robert F. Mor row , a millionaire , who is under indictment on the charge of Jury bribing , was placed under arrest nnd confined In the county laU this afternoon by order of Superior Judgf Sullivan , before whom the case 1s being Uloqj No icoson was assigned. Scliuylcr'B First II. &M. Trftth. ScuuriEii , Nob. , Oct. 15.-SpecIul [ TclCJ gram to the BEE.-Tho ] long looked for B. ft M. train arrived hero this afternoop. Thd truck-layer * will finish the switches fteit week. Work on the depot will CO COKL * menccd immediately. Hank Statement. , k NEW Yonif , Oct. in.-Tho WfcdiW tanM filntrir.r t shows the reserve decreased $853 000. The banks now hold r7(2CO,000 la WCUSJl of the U'srtl requirement.