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' , t THE OMAHA . ; ' DAILY BEE. EIGHTEENTH YEAJR. OMAHA. THUESDAY MORNING , OCTOBER 25 , 188S. NUMBER 133 DEED OF A DESPERATE WIFE i Her Brutal Husband Boat Her Onoo Too Often AND SHE SHOT HIM IN THE NECK * Now lie IB Dying and tlio Poor Woman la Under Guard Kcpubllcan Music , Processions and Speech-Making * Bliot Her Drunken Husband. NKIIHASKA Cixr , Nob. , Oct. 24. [ Special Telegram to Tun HER. ] A shooting scrape , which will likely result In the dcuth of ono of the participants , was enacted hero to-day. John Hall , who lives with his wife uoil children In a dilapi dated and abandoned house In the southern part of the city , went hotnu In his usual state of intoxication and commenced to abuse his wife and threatened to murder the entire family , when his wife drew u revolver and hot at him , the ball striking the left side of the neck and passing nearly through. Hall has , for two weeks past , been in the habit of driving his family from the hou o at night and compelling them to seek refuge with neighbors. Mrs. Hall was not arrested , but a Kuard was placed over her to await the re sult of the wounds , Coming Clay County Rally. BUTTON , Neb. , Oct. 34. [ Special to Tun BKP. ] The grand effort of the republicans of Clay county will bo the county rally at Button to-tnorrow. The towns of Harvard , Clay Center , F.ilrfiold , Edgar and others , Including tbo adjoining towns o ( Hastings , Grafton , Fairmont and Friend , arc to at tend by special trains with their republican llubs , torchlights ami music , Laird , George Hustings , Rev. Tuto nnd other prominent state speakers , besides the county speakers , will bo present , nnd address the people in the afternoon and evening. A special feature of the evening parade will bo the Hustings Flambeau club. They propose to light up the town as it never was illumined before , nnd it now looks ns If there would bo an im mense crowd and a grand time. The republican candidates for the legislature meet the people ple somewhere every night and speak from the rostrum with ability. The democratic candidates have made no speeches yet und probably willnot. L. G. Hurd , the republi can candidate for state senator from Clay and Hamilton counties , addresses the people every night. His competitor , George H. Van Duyno , a farmer of Button , mukes no at tempt nt speech-making even in the country school houses , but plies his still hunt among the farmers. The state tickets ill poll about their usual vote here , with the gain , if nnyin favor of the republicans. The Itov. George Scott , prohibition candidate for congress , will not lead his party vote in tills county , but will probably get the usual party vote. Republican Rallies. WOOD RIVKII , Neb. . Oct. 3-1. [ Special relogram to Tui ! UEE. ] Ono of the most enthusiastic republican meetings of the cam paign was hold hero to-day and this evening. The town was tilled with pcoplo from the surrounding country and towns. The busi ness houses were decorated und illuminated. After a grand procession the crowd gathered at the opera nousu where they uro now listening to rousing speeches by .Induo Aaron Wall , of Loup City ; Judge J. H. Caldwcll and Hon. W. P. Coolbaugh , of Grand Island , and the legislative candidates of Hall county. NCJ.HON , Neb. , Oct. 24. [ Special Telegram to THE Bnn.1 A grand republican rally was held here this afternoon. Speeches were made by G. M. Lambortson and Hon. James Laird. Tbo Columbia opera house was crowded , for the ilrst time since built. The streets wore crowded with men and teams. A train goes to Superior to continue the rally to-night. ATKINSON , Neb. , Oct. 24. [ Special Tele gram to THE BUB. ] The grandest republican rally of tho' campaign In Holt county , thus far. was held at the rink this evening , when fully live hundred people listened to a two end-a-hnlf-hour speech by Senator Mandcr son , followed by a short but ringing speed by Nell Brcnnan of O'Niell. There was i lurgo delegation * down from Stuart whlcl Carried in the torch light procession a nlcel ; constructed log cabin and various appropri ate mottoes. When at the end of two hour thcspcukcriproposcd to stop , the cry from th nudlcnco was so unanimous for him to go 01 that ho put in a little more than another 1ml hour to good purpose. The entcrtalnmen was greatly enlivened by the music furnishei by the glee club and the Atkinson bund. COLUMIIUS , Neb. , Oct. 24. [ Special Tele gram to Tun Br.B. ] A grand republicai rally was held this evening in the oper house. Hon. M. C. Qulnn delivered an elc qucnt address upon the issues of the campaign ' paign to an audience of COO'pcoplo. . Man ; Irish Americans from the country wor present. General A. J. Sampson of Denver Occupied a pluco on the stage. NELIOII , Neb. , Oct. 24. [ Special to th Br.F.l Senator Muuderson nnd Messrs JMciklcJohn and Frick were hero yestcrdaj Air. Meiklejolm and Senator Mandcrson spok in Nollgh from 3 o'clock p. m. till G o'clock when the party took carriages for Oakdalc vrhoro a largo und enthusiastic concourse o citizens and people from abroad paid their re spccts to the distinguished gentlemen b , bands of music , torch-light procession an colored llrcs. Mr. Frick s | > okc first and iu clear , argumentative style hold the larg audience till 10 o'clock , when Senator Man derson , midst clamors for a speech , notwlth standing the hour , hold the audience ti ! 11:80. : His clear , forcible and pleasing mat ner won him great applause from politic : friend and foe. CUEIGIITON , Neb. . Oct. 24. [ Special to th HER.Tho republican club was addressc hero last night by Hon. John U. Hayes , o Norfolk , and A. L. Towlo , candidate for ro | rescutatlvo. The audirnca was largo and n coived the speeches with great onthusmsn Republicanism iu this district is takingrupi strides toward victor.v in November. A Great Day at Superior. Sci'iKioii , Nob. , Oct. 21. [ Special Tcli gram to TUK BEE. ] Our city is crowdc with ) > cople to-night attending the reuuloi This forenoon live coaches of excursionist arrived over the Elkhorn road and to-uigt B. & M. special brought In 200 more froi Helton and Edgar. They wcro accompanic by the Edgar cornet band , the Edgar Glc club , consisting of fifty young ladies wea : Ing sashes and head dresses of the nation : colors , and the Columbia band of Nolsoi The same train also brought Hon. Jamc Laird nnd George H. Hustings. They wei met at the depot by a delegation of citizer and the Northwestern baud , and with coloi flying marched up Central avenue. Speochi nro to be made by Lalrtl , Hastings an others. IJonllres are blazing and flreworl illuminate tbo darkness , while tbo bant stationed at different points in the strec are discoursing In oxhilcrutlug strains. Go ernor Thaycr is expected here to-morrow 1 speuk on the grounds. Owing to the failui of speakers arriving the programme fi to-day was but partly carried out. Perkins County Politics. GIUXT , Neb. , Oct. 2 ( . [ Special to Tn BBS. ] The democrats and union labor ai beronts of Pcrklnt county have put count tickets in the tlelJ. The republicans w ! nominate a county ticket on the 27th insl rid it is rumored thai ihero will also be i Independent county ticket. This last Is occ sloned by tin bitterness arising from tl county seat troubles of last winter. Ho1 ever , the republicans have their Hues close nd clearly defined , and with a good ticket the Hold PerUtn * ccuuty bids fair to reroa republican. _ _ _ _ _ Matters t Mlndin. MIHDSK , Neb. Oct. 24. ISwclsi t Ti BB * . ] There vrss a great republican ral jn Mlidcn Tuesday night. Rer. 3. Q , To ado 9 telling talk on the tariff. The rsl 1 jn UPl > lMmUl t OM n Friday eyini hist , on which occasion Judge O. P. Mason addressed a largo nnd enthusiastic crowd. James Laird will bo hero next week. Judge Gaslln Is holding court. There nro no cases of Importance this term , The wreck near hero Tuesday was caused by the engineer of the roar train being una ble to stop his train , although signaled to do sobya llagman of the train ahead. Coroner Gillette of this county held an inquest which was adjourned until to-morrow. Scab engin eers seem to bo the cause of the terrible crash , both men stating they were inexperi enced , and had only Wen on the road since the strike. One of them was a mere boy. A Pythlnn Event nt Kidney. SinxBV , Neb. , Oct. 21. [ Special Telegram to TUB Br.R. ] Sidney Division , No. 31 , Uniform Kank Knights of Pythias , was Insti tuted hero last night. After the installation of officers a grand banquet took place in the spacious dining room , of the Pacillo hotel. Covers wore spread for sixty guests. Hon. George M. Jenner presided and was sur rounded by the Intelligence and wealth of the city. The principal toasts of the evening were responded to by Judge Henry St. llay- nor , Hanker S. C. Morgan , General Henry A. Morrow , Hon. W. P. Miles , Judge James W. Novell , Adam Ickes , Frank J. Devlin , County Clerk L. H. Gary and CiptaliiT. H. Kbsteen. The rank starts out witli n membership of thirty and In a short tlmo will be ono of the strongest organizations in Sidney. Prohibition EnthUHiatini Dying Out. NELSON , Neb. , Oct. 24. [ Special to Tun HEK. ] Uev. George Scott , the prohibition candidate for congress from the Second dis trict , spoke In the court room to nearly one hundred nnd fifty ladles and gentlemen. Ho Is a forcible speaker and does not deal in abuse of other men's convictions , but it is evident that then * is not ns much enthusiasm as there was when ho addressed Nelson people last August , when ho was forced to speak In the open air , there being no room iu any hall for the audience. Nebraska nnd town Pensions' . WASHINGTON- . 24. [ Special Telegram to Tun HUE. ] Nebraska pensions : John G. Newman , North Platte ; James K. Ware- ham , Kiuggold. Original Uobcrt H. Blair , Superior ; Katie , widow of P. Elliott , Omaha. Mexican widows Edith , widow of Freeman H. Tucker , Glen Kock. Iowa pensions : Original invalid Alfred C. Hurdin , Missouri Valley ; John C. Kltzh- man , Chariton ; William P. Davis , East Des Molnes ; Richard E. Comstock , Fontanelle ; Dccutur E. Humphrey , Walker ; P. H. Pierce , Bedford ; John Bandy , Fairlleld. Increase William F. Eichhoff , Muscatine ; George Schumackcr , Glfford ; James Fetters , Kellcrton ; James 1C. P. Baker , Irwin ; Charles A. Conger , Seymour ; D. M. Sweeney , Muscatlnc. Keissuo Timothy Eagun , Ot- tutnwu ; Bcrryman Hobcits , ICcokuk. He- issue and increase G. A. Miller , Bloomlleld. Hurt in tx Runnwny. AKLINGTON , Neb. , Oct. 24. [ Special Tele gram to Tim BIK. : | A four horse team witli a load of lumber ran away with B. Jung- bluth this afternoon breaking his arm in twc places and otherwise badly brusing him. The lumber was scattered for a milo along the road. Mr. B. was taken to Dr. Hadley'a ofllco whcro ho was given attention and is now at his home. A G. A. R. Post Celebration. JUNUTA , Nob. , Oct. 24. [ Special Tele gram to THE BEB.I There were 200 people present to-night to listen to the exercises o i the anniversary of Geary Post. Stirring speeches were made by Messrs. S. L. Bros ; A. V. Cole , D. V. Stephens , O. A. Buzze und B. T. Smith. The music furnished under the direction of D. C. Kcrr was excel lent and the occasion a grand success. A Respected Lndy'n Death. JU.VIATA , Nob. , Oct. 24. [ Special Telegram to THE Ben. ] Mrs. Allen , wife of Ethan Allen of this place , died this morning at the advanced age of seventy-six years. Mr. and Mrs. Allen removed hero in 1S73. She wai one of the oldest and most respected citizen : hero. She leaves n husband and two sons. WESTERN I'AOlilXG INTERESTS , Omnlia nnd a Few Other Cities Show an Increase. CINCINNATI , O. , Oct. 24. [ Special Tele gran to TUB BEE. ] To-morrow's Prlco Cur rent will say : The week's packing for all points show a deficiency of 50,000 hogs com pared with the corresponding tlmo last year : total IGu.OUO against 140,000 last week am 215,000 a year ago. The total from March : is 4,803,000 against 5,355,000 last year ; decrease crease 550,000. For the year ending Novem ber I western packing will not exceed 11 , 000,000 hogs and probably will fall short o this , compared with an average of 11,800,00 for thrco years previously and 11,000,000 nv erago for the ten years ending last year Packing March 1 to data : Chicago 1B 5,000 1,910,00 Kansas City 74,000 ! ! 1,070,00 Omaha 683,000 650,00 St.Louis 201,000 300,00 Indianapolis 21C.OOO 25 0 Cincinnati 135,000 149,00 Milwaukee 101.C03 210,00 Cedar Kapids 140,6s ! 1(53,30 ( Cleveland 110,050 150,03 Sioux City 237,400 10,50 Ottuunva . . . . 107,202 72,20 Lynching Too Good For Thorn. .New HAVEN , Conn. , Oct. 24. [ Specia Telegram to THE BEE. ] Mrs. Schorkowski aeed sixty-seven , who lives on a farm nea Durham , was dragged from bed early th ! morning by two men and brutally assuultci About 2 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Schorkowsli were aroused by a nolso at their front dooi Before they could got up the door wa smashed in and two rufllans , George Wil fains ( coloredand ) Charles Crandell ( white ] rushed into the bedroom , seized the old lad and drugged her out on the roadside. Ill old. lady's husband , who is soventy-sovoi years old , rushed out to defend her. Crar doll hit the old man on the head with a clut knocking him senseless. Whoa , the brute ilcd they left the couple unconscious by th roadside. The men were captured an identified. The Scaffold Fell. PITTS DUUO , Oct. 24. The scaffold at th French spring works fell this morning , pri clpitating I'eter Cuff , Henry Sheller on Thomas O. Fiersi to the ground , a distant of twenty-nine feet. Flcrst is in a critic : condition and will probably die. Cuff an Shelter sustained serious internal Injurie but It is thoucht they will recover. Tr men were engaged in putting a roof on tl mill when the accident occurred. Anarchists Preparing to Cclebrnti Pmsuuno , Pa , Oct. 21. Word comes froi Chicago that the anarchists of the counti arc quietly making preparations for a pub ! ; demonstration on the anniversary of tl hanging of the flvo anarchists on Novcmbi 11 , und that PiUsburg , among other place will have a great colouration , As far ; PitUburg is concerned , however , there wi bo uo public demonstration. A Fatal Circus Uow. LOUISVILLE , Ky. , Oct. 21. At Mount Ve non to-day John Proctor put on a marshal badge.aud asked to bo admitted free to Ho inxon'a circus. An altercation followc which grow into a fight William Parlte the town marshal , was fatally cut , Jam Jones , sheriff-elect , was shot through tl right shoulder nnd John Brewer shot In tl head. Stuall Pox hi Canada. , Tonosio , Ont , , Oct. 24 , leu cases mall pox have bean reported at Keswiok , small village In the northern part of Yoi County , Tbe pl Ce hu been a.ukr QUac& J- . CA8TELLAR. The Spanish Stnteimnn'H Views on Ills Country' * Policy. fCopi/rfyhl IfAlbu Jaw * Ganlon Bennett. ] MADRID , Oct. 24. [ New York Herald Cable Special to THE BEE , ! Senor Cas- tcllar , at a banquet of 1,500 republicans and liberals at Barcelona , maao a speech very favorable to Scnor Sagasta and the liberal po'.icy. Ho thinks it best to acccmallze the parliamentary government and insure the triumph of progressive reforms so as to con solidate public liberties nnd Insure the Iran- quility and prosperity of Spain. Scnor Cas- tcllar believes that personal government dis appeared with the death of Alfonso XII. Conservatives uselessly try to rovlvo it by opposing the rc-cstablishmcnt of universal suffrage. Scnor Castcllar wants to get that voted before all other forms , military or economical. Ho declares himself still , in principle , a frco trader , but as a statesman , would enforce the protection of native productions and agriculture against nations not disposed for a reciprocity of concessions or treaties , like England in the cattle trade with Spain. Senor Castellar says all Spanish republicans favor closer relations with France. The monarchy inclines toward Germany , haying given her a treaty 01 com merce detrimental to Spanish interests. The true ] Klicy of Spain ought to be , at home , liberal and democratic with a retrenchment of the array and nivv estimates , abroad neutrality , or Spain will , like Italy , plunge into unnecessary armaments entailing deficits nnd an Increase of taxation to support the policy of alliances against na tional aspirations and interests. Scnor Cas tellar thinks the Spanish monarchy , by imi tating England under Queen Victoria , will last longer and bo more popular. WITH THE EMPEROR. An Honor Accorded Two of the Late Frederick's Doctors. [ Cofn/rlijht 1SS3 bu Jam : * GonlunJeimeM.1 BEIILIN , Oct. 21. - [ Now York Herald Cable Special to Tun BEK. | To-day Profs , von Bergmann and Gerhardt had the signifi cant honor of dining with Vhcir majesties at Pottsdam. Afterwards their majesties came into Berlin and drove along the Linden for the first time since the emperor's return from his tour , where they were warmly cheered , To-tnorrow his majesty will go to Blanker burg to enjoy the shooting with Priuco Albrecht , the prince regenl of Brunswick. On Saturday , havinp returned , he Is to receive from the municipal deputation an address of congratulation or the happy results of his tour , and on Sunduj will start for Hamburg , probably spending the night at Freiderichsruho on his waj through. It will bo doubtful whether the chancellor will accompany him to Ham burg. This act of condescension , as it is scmi-ofllciall.v pointed out , will bo answei sufficient to the rumor that the cmperoi means henceforth to be his own chancellor. WILLIAM'S RETURN . He Leaves Sunday forFriedcrlchsruhc Two Shrewd Americans. [ Copyr/tfhl / i"5SS li \ Jama Oonlon UennrU. " ] BEHLIN , Oct. 24 [ New York Herald Cable Special to THE BEE. ] The cmperoi leaves on Sunday for Friederichsruhe. Hi will spend the night under Prince Bismarck's roof and arrive on Monday in Hamburg , where great festivities nro being prepared for him in celebration of Hamburg's recep tion into the German custom's union , an event which was practically consummated on the 15th of this month. Priuco Bismarck will not accompany the emperor. A South German paper contains a sensa tional article about court lifo in Stuttgart stating that King Charles is actually the too ! of three American ad venturers who profess tc bo spiritualists. Lately the king has createc ono of these American a baron. Anothei was made a privy counsellor. Whilst th ( king is very economical himself these Amor- leans dispose lavishly of his monoy. The story is so sensational that it reminds one o the lute unfortunate Bavarian king , Ludwig. A Thirty Days' Fast Ended. [ Copyri'o'it 1SS hu James Gordon Bennett. ' ] MuiitiD , OCT 24. [ New York Herald Ca ble. S | > ecial to TUB BEE. ) Yesterday after noon at 4 o'clock the Italian , Succl , terrain nted his thirty days' fast at the Barcelom exhibition. Ho has changed not a little h his personal appearance. Ho continued U fence and walk to the last. His health was satisfactory and ho slept well. His firs' ' meal was oaten in the presence of many vis itors , doctors and Journalists. It consistci of sardines , soup , fried brains , roast fowl beefsteak , fruit , sweets , soda water , Chianti and Malaga wines and cigars , Hsaysb will soon attempt another fast. Boulanger and the Revision. PAIHS , Oct. 24. [ Special Cablegram t TUB BEE. ] General Boulanger was prett ; sharply handled by the revision committei to-day , but ho declined to bo drawn int < what ho called the details. He adhered ti his former opinions in regard to the senat nnd the presidency. He regarded the res toration of the monarchy as a sheer imposs bility. Two-thirds of Franco , he said , woul rise against it. The country ought to decide cido the religious question. Politics mus bo prohibited in the army. The Mysterious Americans. BEIIUN , Oct. 21. [ Special Cablegram t THE BEE. ] It Is stated that the king o Wurtemburg was accompanied to NIce b , his American favorites. The Munich paper giving an account of the matter wcro confis catcd on reaching Stuttgart. The English Collier Strike. D LONDON , .Oct. 24. The strike of colllei is assuming alarming proportions , and it I feared that the movement will become a pei eral ono. la Yorkshire 15,000 workers wer out to-day. COSINE'S CRUELTY. Ho Quarrelled With Llzzlo and JS'oi the Poor Girl Is Dead. ST. JOSEPH , Mo. , Oct. 24. [ Special Ten gram to THE BEE. ] Lizzlo Brizzenc , mil tress of Cosine Tomassi , a member of th Pavcnlllas , now playing at the Eden Musoi bad a quarrel with her lover last night , too a dcso of "Hough on Hats" at noon to-da and died at 0 o'clock to-night , She was aboi twenty-two years of ago and met her love in Milwaukee about two months ago , sine which tlmo she has becu with him at Kans. City ana Omaha. A Peculiar Accident , POUT Jr.uvis , N. Y. , Oct 2 . A fast wesl bound freight train of the Erie ran into th rear of another freight , pear Otisvillo , th ! morning. Brakcman McMullenwas instant ! killed , Engineer Hector badly scalded , Cor ductor Hawkins bad his foot cut off , and tl leg of Fireman Crotik was severed from h body. Before a flagman could bo scat fo ward the east-bound express dashed into tt wreck and cutoff the leg of HawKlns , wh was lying on the track insensible from tt injuries received from the first collisioi Two engines and a dozen freight cars wer demolished , but no passengers were hurt. Railroad Bridge Burned. DIXON , III , Oct. 24. The Chicago , Bu lDgton & Qulncy rail road bridge across Ro < river at Sterling was burned last night. Lo 1 | MOOOt NEBRASKA LAND DECISIONS , Several of OommUelonor Sparks' Rulings PaeMd Upon. A MONUMENT TO SHERIDAN. The Widow of the General Has Do * cldcd Not to Accept the Offer Made Ily the Loyal Legion. ' ; Fonr Ncbr * kLnnd Cases. WASHINOTOX Bcncip TUB OWAIIA. BBS , 1 513 FoontEtNTii STIIBBT. } W-smxoTON , D. C. , Oct. 24. } The secretary of the interior to-day handed own a number of decisions In Nebraska and cases Appealed from the findings of the commissioner of the general land office. \mong them was the CMC of James Connors , rom whom Commissioner Sparks required ow publications nnd proof la support of his ire omptlon cash entry for lots Nos. 1 , 2 , 3 nd 4. section 4 , townshio 32 , rangu 44 west , Valentino district of Nebraska. The de- ision is reversed. In the matter of the appeal of Sarah A. Davis from the decision of Commissioner parks , rejecting her application to make liomestead entry on the northeast quarter cction 4 , township 1 north , range 32 west , ilcCook district , the stcrctary sustains the finding of the commissioner. In the case of JameaJN. Nesby , whom the ommissloncr of the general land office re- [ Uircd to relinquish ono sub-division if the land embraced in his prc-emp- ion entry , covering the southeast quarter f the northeast quarter of lot 1 , section 1 , and lots 4 , 5 and 0 of section 23 , .ownshlp 1 north , tango 29 west , UcCook land district ; the secretary holds hat as the land lies , ln different quarters lections , this case comes within the rules aid down in the case of J. B. Burns , and .he entry should approximate 100 acres as nearly ns existing subdivisions will allow , t is now ten und ihreo-quarter acres in ex cess of the quarter 'section and by the ro- linquishmcnt of the smallest lot , it might be brought within less than eight acres of that amount , and as the claimant sets forth no utlicient reason whyitho rule referred to should not be aoplled in his case , the decision of the commissioner is aftlrmcd. On Juno 1 , Its" , the commissioner of the and oftlccs held for cancellation the pre emption cash entry of George A.Wilmeth for the northeast quarter of .section 25 , township 7 , north , range 20 westMcCook district , Ne braska. The commissioner , who , at that time , was General Sparks , was dissatisfied with the proof that Wtlmelh submitted this 'n good faith in making the entry. Ho had broken the requisite inumber of acres , had built a sod house , put upafonco and a stable , and a frame house had been erected and .mprovements to the value of $130 had been made. Iliu secretary , gay a ho is not pre pared to find that the claimant was acting In bad faith ; but ho docs not bcliovo that he has established his right to the patent , and bo therefore modifies the decision to the cx < tent of requiring that the claimant shall be required to make proof again before this patent is allowed. MONUMENTS-kOHBHERIDAN. The Loyal Legion 'offered Mrs. Sheridan to erect a monument in memory ol her deceased husband over his grave n lArlington , ; but the widow hw decided that she willAcrect a monument tc her husband in this p ) ilcular.spot herself , The arrangements hare not yet been per fcctcd and the style of the monument hat not been decided upon , but it is believed it will be a simple shaft and not an elaooratt affair. The Loyal Legion will therefore select lect some older spot , and will erect thcreor a testimonial of their esteem for their gal lant comrade. PBKUT S. HEATII. FARMER DALKYMPLE'S VIEWS Ho Thinks Wheat Should Not Be Held Rock Too-tionK * FAIIOO , Dak. , Oct. 24. Oliver Dalryraple of the world-famed Darlymplo farm , and ac counted one of the shrewdest men engaged in farming , gives U as his opinion that then will bo a further advance in the price o : wheat during the winter , but ho docs not an tlclpato much advance ) until after the wheat has passed out of tuo bands of the farmer : into the elevators. It is believed by manj farmers who arc holding back their whca for higher prices that , notwithstanding ttu light crop , it will bring : as much money Inti general circulation as "last year , but Mr Dalrymplo docs not share that opinion. Tin amount of wheat they will be able to holt back , ho thinks , has been overestimated The crop is unquestionably very light am most of the grain of inferior quality , there being qulto ns much rejected this year as o No. " last year. The farmers have notes U meet this fall , and very few will have an ) considerable quantity of wheat left aftei they are paid. The encouraging feature o the situation is that the present high prlcei are llkoly to continue two or three yean longer , and with moderately good crops wi shall bo able to realize handsome profits tha will enable the farmers to pay off their debts The effects of this \till , " of course , be felt ii all lines of business. ] J Cattle Meii In Trouble. CHICAGO , Oct. 24. All railroad compamc which receive stoclf for shipment alloy transportation for the necessary number o attendants to take a car of animals en route This , it is said , has been the basis of oxtcn slvc forgeries. If a | lot of cattle is to b shipped from Omalia to Chicago , for In stance , several idlers } glad of a chance t get a ride to Chicago , arc signed in agree mcnt as cattle drovers. When the ca reaches Chicago the idlers of cours do not want t return , nnd th people who obtained transportatlo : agreements then i make them sigi false names to the pass receipts , and the turn a round sum in 4their pockets by sell ing the return .posits to ticket scalpen William Kline , Jatnafc MncTc , Harry Lewi and T. B. Hitch , of Vfyoming , were arreste * by a Pinkerton operator this morning an brought before JusUceXyon for forgery , o ; complaint of the Buamgton railroad , whic' . has been one of the principal victims of sucl sharpers as have beenuescrlbed. They wer held over for hearing , ! . _ Tha American So , ilety's Annlvnrsnrj PIIOVIDEXCE , H. L,1 3ct.24. At the fore noon mcetingof theft rty-sccond annlvcrsar of the American sodiety Secretary Strobe read a paper upon "Alnerican Freedmen an African Evangelization. " iThis was followe by an essay by Mr. 0 sard on the "Lights c History. " Dr. Glib * t read a report on th missions of the as * elation among the Ch ncso in America. It ras necessary , ho salt to push this work. 3 uo success of this wor and the injustice tcly dona this peopl made it very necessary to push it. Tlicr aro.no more observant people in the worl nor ono more sure tel appreciate the aiffej cnco between the 'Jfrcatment they receive from our missionaries and that from polit clans. The service ? tfero closed by an ac dress on "Tho Ho. atlons of the America Missionary Association to Young People. " A Duel Nip ted in the Bud. AUOUhTA , CO. , OC 24. W. T. McElmurt and W. E. Jones , fo th of Waynesboro , Go attempted to pjss th ough hero this morn in to the famous Sii d Bar ferry ducllic grounds , to settle a business dispute on tl field of honor. Jc ins reached the spot s lectcd and wilted ft til nightfall for his o ponent. McElmurtfwas arrested by tl Augusta police nq < > the meeting was pr vented. Tbo dlfficuRy was settled to-nlgl by inutuil fneuds. Vlte parties lire high connected mtl the r.itevi'l ctUBed a gr * uUa , f i . I DASH BALL. The Australian Tourist * Give an Ex hibition at Des Molncs. DES MOISK * , la , , Oct. 24. [ Special Tele gram to TUB BEB.I An Weal October day , with an enthusiastic crowd , greeted the Australian tourists hero to-day. When Um plro Tcncr informed Mr. Baldwin that ho could begin to twirl , everybody knew that a good game would bo expected , for DCS Molnes1 favorite pitcher , Hutchison , was to pitch for All America , with Harry Sago , his ustomary back stop , to support him. Both : ams hod made a parade through the irlncipnl strcota , headed by the Third egimcnt band. It can be said at ho beginning that both trams put ip a ilno game , each side retiring In one , , wo , three order for the greater part of the gnme. Hutchison pitched magnificently , but hrco hits being made off him during the Ino innings. Ho struck out Chicago's best latters , mowing down Jimmy Hyau twice and Anson once , aud eight men altogether. \ftcr the "old man" had fanned the air in a , 'aln attempt to solve the Iowa curves , ho walked off to ono side aud comforted himself with the reflection that ho had secured treasure for next year , anyway. \nson kept his eyes on Hutchison admiringly all through tha game , and seemed greatly pleased with his prowess. Baldwin pitched a good game for Chicago , holding the All Americas down to six scattered hits It ookcd , tnough , as if Chicago would bo shut > ut till the eighth inning , when a passed ball ot in Chicago's first run. One more was nil hey could get , leaving the All Aiuericas the winners by a score of 3 to 2. The score : All Americas . . . 0 3 Chicago 0 0000001 1 2 Two base hits Carroll , Williamson. Bases on balls by Hutchison 1 , bv Baldwin 3. Struck out by Hutchison S , Baldwin 4. Errors All Americas 2 , Chicago 1. St. Louis 7 , New York 5. ST. Louis , Oct. 24. Timely batting and a missed grounder by Slattery m the eighth nulng enabled the Browns to score four uns and win the game to-day. King's pitch- ng was effective , while Crane was rather , vild. Score : New York 0 300020 0 .1 St. Louis 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4-i Pitchers Crane and King. Bnso hits- New York 11 , St. Louis 8. Errors New York 3 , St. Louis 2. Umpires Gaffney and Ivolly. The Manitoba Railroad Troubles. WIXXIPEO , Manitoba , Oct. 24. Chiei Justice Tuylor rendered a Judgment this morning in the injunction case behind which he Canadian Pacific road has been In Tenched in its resistance to the Provincial Inc crossing Us lino. After an able review of the case Judgment was rendered dissolv ng the injunction. The Provincial will now go on. Attorney General Martin Is advertising 'or good loyal citizens to rejwrt to-night at t o'clock to be sworn in as special police to gc to the sccno of trouble. The Canadian Pn cifio has determined to resist , notwithstand 'ug the injunction has been quashed. This afternoon the Canadian Pacific ob- : aincd another injunction setting forth thai the Hcd Kiver Valley road was not a govern ment road but had been formally handed over to the Northern Pacific. This second attempt to balk the Northern Pacific only Increased the determination of the citizens nnd a monster indignation meeting was held to-night. The attorney general expresses his determination to effect a crossing tomorrow row morning at all hazards. Fully 5,000 cltl zens to-night enrolled themselves as special constables to act. for the Northern PacilU and they will go out to the crossing in the morning If the weather admits of iracklay ing. Guarding Against Election Frauds NBW YORK , Oct. 24. Superintendent o Police Murray this morning held a consults tlon with the pollco captains in repard to il legal registration and voting. Ho instructei them to do everything possible to bring ti Justice all parties violating the election law To-day the captains will procure oftlcia copies of two days' registration and vcrlf ; their correctness later by a house to housi canvass , including lodging houses , hotels anc all places from which unusual numbers o persons have registered. The captains wcri called upon to assume personal responsibllit : in the matter. Inspector Byrnes will com munlcato with the chiefs of police of othe : cities and keep close watch on colonizers. Wanted to Help Her Along. BOSTON , Oct. 24. [ Special Telegram t < Tun BEE. ] Mrs. Myra Bcnls , a rather good looking young lady , who once aspired to his trlouic honors , was separated from her bus band and now sues Dr. Thompson , of Lowell for $50,000 for writing her husband letter defaming her good name und thereby caus ing a separation. The testimony was verj spicy. The doctor , who is a man of mean : and prominently connected , had encourage * the young lady to bccomo an actress and hoi helped out the financial end of her training The doctor asserted that his intention worn strictly honorable and all he aimed tide do was to assist a bright little girl to gc along. Both Burned to Death. UTICA , N. Y. , Oct. 24. The rcsldcnoo am furniture store of Charles Nlgabower , lllon burned at an early hour this morning , anc Nlgabower nnd his daughter , aged twelve perished in the fiames. The residence ad joined the store. The girl had picked up i younger brother , whom she carried out while the father was rescuing another child Nigabowor , missing his daughter soon after wards , went back into the burning bulldini to search for her. Neither returned , bu their remains wcro found on the third fiooi of the store. It is supposed the child lost he way in the building and was overcome b' smoke. Nigabower was forty-eight years old Missionary Society Convention , SritixoFiEU ) , 111. , Oct. 24. The genera missionary society of the Christian churcl began its annual session to-day. The repot of the board of managers shows over fiftcc thousand added to the church through thi branch of endeavor , and contributions fc missions from the different states aggrcgai ing $231,703 , The foreign missionary societ reports fifty-nine workers in foreign fields receipts , $02,707 ; bequests paid. $7,402 ; Sut day school contributions , children's da ; $15GC1. The talk of discrimination against th blacks and the consonuent retaliation b them was a feature of to-night's sessiot Kev. J. K. McLean , from Paris , Tex. , nnd graduate of Tulladcgo college , Alabama , sal that the charge that the colored vote ho been very effectual in defeating problbitio in Tennessee , Alabama and Texas is to great extent true. The Yellow Fever. NEW YORK , Oct. 24. The following tele gram has been received in this city fron Fernandlna , signed by the secretary of th Howard association : "New cases , fourtcei No dcattis. Wa hope you have succeeded I sending provisions this week. This wee will exhaust our supplies. " JACKSONVILLE , Oct. 2i. It is now rcportc heao tnat the fever has existed in Enterprh since June. Nearly 20 cases are now reporte with two or thrco deaths. Dr. Neal Mltcho reports 31 new cases for the 24 hours endiu at 0 p. m. There were 4 deaths. Total case 3,003 ; total deaths , 337. A Double Tragedy. CIXCIXKATI , Oct. 24. This evening , abou 6 o'clock , J. S. Schallor and wife were four m their rooms on Carlisle avenue with the throats cut from car to ear. Schallcr had o idently attacked his wife from the rear ai after killing her killed himself. Jealousy suyposed to have been the cause. Kelljr and the Captaincy. BOSTON , Oct. 24. The published stateme that Kelly had been appointed captain of tl Boston nine for 16S9 Is de-led by Preside THE MASONS. Proceedings of the Grand Cominan- dcry , K. T. , at Chicago. CHICAGO , Oct. 24. The election of the grand commandery of Knights Templar was continued this morning by electing Harry M. Haloot Olncy , grand Junior warden ; Caleb C. Johnson of Sterling , grand standard bearer ; H. H. Montgomery of CarroDton , grand sword bearer ; A. E. Webster of Dan ville , grand warden , and Archibald McDel- Inh of Chicago , grand captain of the guard. The officers were duly installed by John C. Smith , past grand commander , assisted by L. L. Muan , us grand marshal. The retiring grand commander , E. S. Mulllucr of Qulncy , was presented with the post grand com mander's Jewel. The other business per tained to the laws and regulations of the order. The grand council of Koyal nnd Select Masters was opened m the asylum of Apollo commandery at 9 o'clock. Grand Master Nathaniel Bowdltch , of Aurora , und repre sentatives of thtrty.flvo councils were present. Thegrand master presented nis annual report , which showed great prosperity ot the onicr throughout the state , four now councils hav ing been organized. The treasurer's and grand recorder's reports showed a healthy condition of finances and a largo increase in membership. The following officials wcro elected : Grand master , George C. Moulton , Chicago ; deputy grand master , William T. Milligan , Ottawa ; grand conductor of work , William K. Forsythe , Chicago : grand cap tain of guard , William L. Orr. Chicago ; grand marshal , S. J. Lefebre , Gibson City ; grand steward , Archibald McLellan , Chi- cag ; grand sentinel , Joseph Ucyls , Paris. These officers were then duly installed. The grand chapter of Koyal Arch Masons will meet In the morning. THE TIMEB-FARNELb CASE. Patrick Egan Gives His Opinion of the Trial's Outcome. CHICAGO , Oct. 24. [ Special Telegram to THIS BEE. ] Patrick Egan , of Lincoln. Neb. , who is in the citywas asllcd what ho thought of the Parnell commission so far. Mr. Egan is one of the noted Irish-Americans arraigned by the London Times with Mr. Parnell and his compatriots. Ho said : "What has been said so far is simply a rehash of the chargcswithout proof , that have been made for the last tlvo years. I suppose , however , that the Times , with all Its money , ability and resources , will bo able to make a plausible showing. But wait until the evidence for PBrneil is produced. Tno whole Times case will be exploded and indis putable evidence developed which will show Parnell guiltless and the true character of the allegations against him. You may ex pect some sensational testimony. " "You have private information concerning Parnell's defense I" "Yes ; I know something of it. I shall myself , perhaps , bo able to tell some things which have not been printed in the event of a sub-commission being sent hero to tuko de positions of these of us in the United States. I have no doubt of the complete vindication of Purnell und all his associates , and this result will greatly injure the government. The government is completely bound up with the Times , supplying testimony , money and countenance in every way , and the destruc tion of the Times' case will hurt the conservatives vatives very much , ami if the Parnellites are beaten it will hurt them , to bo sure. " Work of the Commission. LONDON , Oct. 24. When the Parnell com mission resumed Its sitting to-day Sir Charles Russell , counsel for Parnell , demanded the production of certain letters which the Times possessed and which were alleged to have been written by Dillon , Biggar and other mcmcrs of parliament Ho said that Soamcs , the Times' solicitor , hod filed an affidavit affirming that the Times had : received the documents from an American named Koberts ; that some of them proved to bo bogus , and that on this account they had not been used In the O'Donnell case. This ad mission that somebody was supplying the Times with forged letters , said Sir Charles , had a direct bearing upon the Parncll-Egan forgeries. The documents must therefore bo produced. Attorney General Webster held that the documents demanded wcro not material to the Issue. The affidavit of Soamcs showed clearly that somebody had been trying to trick the Times , and the knowledge of the trick had been communicated to Paruell's solicitor. The court ordered that the documents bo produced. Russell then asked the particulars of the charges against Paruell and these involved with him. The attorney general informed the court that the other side still continued to disobey the order for the production of the league's bank books. Justice Hannon intimated that if the refusal to produce the books was final , the court would have recourse to its pow ers to compel their production. Attorney General Webster then continued the presen tation of the Times case , making a further review of the articles on "Parnelllsm and Crime. " Ho declared that evidence could be adduced proving that Parnell knew thai Patrick Egau had supplied Sheridan anc Boyton with funds to enable them to promote mete outrages. Ono of ' features the to-day's was presence Michael Davltt. Ho addressed the court and claimed the right to appear for himself , to which the court assented. Dnrlng Daylight Highway Robbery. . NEW YOIIK , Oct. 24. [ Special Telegran to THE BKE. | Ten armed desperadoes , com prising a ring of the notorious stable gang of the First ward , yesterday committed a most daring daylight robbery. Farmei August Therman , of Brooklyn , was driving slowly along Green wich street with a loai of produce , when two young men climbec quietly into his wagon and seized him fron behind. They gagged him before ho couli cry out , while eight other robbers helped themselves to his property and disappeared with their arms full. When released the fanner seized ono of his assailants and calloi for help. The fellow drew u loaded revolve ) and threatened to take the farmer's life , am he released him. Ho was afterwards cap tured. A$15OOO l 'ire at Ogdcn. SALT LAKE CITT , Utah , Oct. 24. [ Spoola Telegram to TUB Bn. ] A flro nt Ogden Utah , this morning about 1 o'clock destroyei $15,000 worth of property. Tbe flames broki out in the clothing store of Drosdowitz Bros and spread to those of Matson Bros , , B Tcrenes & Co. , It H. Douglas and H. B Forbes. The heavy wind prevailing at tin tlmo made the task of extinguishing thi flames difficult. Insurance about $4,000. Milan and Natalie Divorced. BELGRADE , Oct. 24. The Official Journa publishes a pastoral prepared by the Metro politan Theodoslus , in which ho says that i the excrciso of his power as leader of th Servian church , and by virtue of the right consecrated by precedent ! ) , ho dissolves th marriage of King Milan and Queen Natalie and declares it is no longer existent. Took Paris Green. BnooKLYX , N. Y. , Oct. 24. fSpecial Tele gram to THK BEE. ] Mrs. Lena Marshall aged twenty , died last evening from a dose o paris green which she took with suicidal In tent. She was ono of the principal witnesse at tbo Inquest in regard to the mysteriou death of Frederick Pfistcr three years ugo Identified the Corpse. BKOOKLTN , N. Y. , Oct. 24. [ Special Tel < gram to TUK BEE. [ The body of the drownc man found at the foot of Tbirty-sevcnt street on Monday proves to be that of Fran Wilson , a lighterman , of 007 Third uvenu His wife disappeared on Monday und has nc been found. Mrs. Logan Goes to Europe. Npw YOKK , Dot , 34. Mrs. General Job A. Lcg Q sslUd for Europe oa Xm tg-dif. I10LCOMB SUCCEEDS POTTER As Ohlof Executive Officer of th Union Pnoflo System. ANNUAL MEETING OF DIRECTORS * Thomas L. Ktmbnll Appointed Gen * crnl ManaKcr Flnaclal Condition of the Road No All union What ever to Dividends. Union Pacific Chances. BOSTOX , Oct. 24. At the Union PuclflO directors meeting to-day William H. Hoi- comb was chosen director , vice Colgate , re signed. Subsequently Holcombo was chosen vice president , to succeed the late Thomas J. Potter us the chief executive officer of the Union Pacific sjstcm , resident at Omaha. T. L. Kimball WAS appointed general mana ger , and C. S Miller assistant general maim , ger. The president stated that no changes in the organization of the Union Pacific were contemplated Mr. Dickinson will continue as general superintendent , J. A. Monroe ns general freight agent , and J. S. Tobbits as general passenger agent. No change in the organisation of the St. Joseph ft Grand Island was contemplated , or of the various Utah roads. No appoint ment of general manager of the Oregon Hallway and Navigation company would be made nt present ; the duties of the office would bo performed by Mr. Holcomb until other arrangements were mude. Mr. Holcomb is nt present general man ager of the Oregon Knllwuv nnd Navigation company , to which lujsition ho was ap pointed on the recommendation of the late Thomas J. Potter. Ho had previously boon connected with the Chicago , Burlington & Qulnoy roiul , nnd later with the Chicago , Burlington & Northern. Tlio question of advancing money on the part of the Union Pacillo to meet the coupons pens of the Denver , South Park & Pacific firsts , maturing November 1 , was considered and without final action referred to the executive committee with full powers. The question of paying a dividend w.is not raised , nor was there any discussion as to the resumption of dividends by the company , either now or hereafter. The matter was in no way alluded to. The conimny ) now bus no floating debt for which provision in cash has not been made. A fund f $ I,000,000 ) h.is also been provided to payer or a larco amount of now equipment re- : ently ordered , oijly n portion of which has s i et been delivered. Tlio company bus no work of construction low going on. The extension of the Salina , Lincoln & Western road to Colby , about 173 nllcs , was completed on the 20th lint Tha noney needed to pay for thU work has boon provided. During the four yearn between luno ! U ) , lhi > ( , and .lutic 30 , ISsS , the surplus ncoino of the sjstom , to the amount of 13,500,000 has been put into property. About .5,000 tons of steel hnvo iilso , dur- , ng the period named , been pvlt into the tracks of the sjstem , in place of iron , tnblo showing the condition of the funded nnd floating debt of the companyIts milcaga and debt per mile , accompanies this stato- mont. From this it appears that the entirq funded and floating debt has been reduced unco Juno 30 , 1S84 , from $155,410,000 to H45fiO,15'J , including all accrued interest to the government , and that in this same tirno the mileage has been Increased from 4,419 to 4,704. The debt per milo stunds nt $31,101 , as against $35.170. There. Has been a slight in crease in the debt since December , 188T. The increase amounts to $12.4W'J.i7. ! The result of the financial operation of the whole Union Pacific system for tha ) twelve months ending Juno 30. 18S8 : Gross earnings of the entire system , $ -0,020,458 ; surplus earnings. W.l.150,83.1 ; .totaU income , $12,2o9,4S.J ; total expenses , $7,507,103 ; sur : } plus less United States requirements ( ap proximate ) , $3,53.5,571) ) . Schoinlnsr For Tormina ! Facilities. CHICAGO , Oct. 24. The report that tha Canadian Pacific and Northern Pacific are ecklng to obtain terminal facilities under cover of franchises to bo granted for elevated roads to ostensibly local companies , Is re ceiving some attention from the newspapers. It was ascertained to-day that reproscnta- ives of the Northern Pacific and Canadian Pacific have recently held a confer- 'nco ' with the president of the Alley 'L" company , Mr. Andrew Onderdonk. He was ono of the principal contractors la the building of the Canadian Pacific. The term of structure adopted for the proposed alloy lines in both the south and west divis ions of the city is of us heavy a kind us that employed on the Now York Sixth avenue road. It is a matter of comment in this con nection , that the Sixtli avenue line affords entrance into New York City for a railroad. A Bin Deed of Trust. SAN Fiuxcisco , Oct. 24. The Southern Pacific company filed in the recorder's ofttca to-day a deed of trust to too Ccntr.il trust company of New York , convoying to the lat ter for the purpose of securing the payment of a mortgage of $38,000,000 , all the property of the railroad company , nnd also all prop * erty of the branch roads which have been amalgamated with it. The deed of trust do. clares that the branch roads have turned all their property to the Southern Pacific , and the latter assumes ull debts and liabilities , and that to secure tlio payment of these debts the Southern Pacific company will issutt as,000 bonds of $1,000 each. To secure thcso bonds the company will create it sinking fund , and after the year of 1808 will pay $20,000 per month out of the net income of the railroad and continue until the debt i > paid. A Car Service Association. Cnicxoo , Oct. 24. The general managers of railroads centering in this city mot to-day and organized the Chicago Car Service asso ciation' . An agreement was adopted provid ing that a minimum charge of $1 per day shall bo made for each cur delayed m the city or at a junction within twenty miles ol the city uftor forty-eight hours from the tlmo of delivery of uch car * on track , loadIng - Ing or unloading. The Ilayticn Revolution. PANAMA , Oct. 2 i. Advices received by tha steamer Moselle , which arrived at Aspin wall on the 10th inst. , from Haytl , state that never before had Port-au-Prmco passed sucU a night as that of September US , during tha revolution. Firing commenced on the OTOD.- ingof September 2-S and continued until early the next morning. The cannon and galling guns of the paluco did dreadful execution , as did also the big guns of Fort Alexander , tha shells of which crashed through buildings , destroying everything and everybody with which they came in contact. As far us has been ascertained UOJ persons wcro killed and TOO wounded , including many wouion ani childt on , The Corwlth Failure. CHICAGO , Oct. 24. Two more suits were begun last evening against the Corv/lths Nathan , Sr. , Nathan , Jr. and Gurdon. Both were by the Chicago und Aurora Smoltlnjr and Refining company , the respective amounts of the claims being $35,000 , and $30- 000. They wera filed In the superior court and were suppressed for service until this morning. A replevin suit wps begun tUU morning by E. W Btatchford & Co. apalnit the Chicago and Aurora Smelting and llofin- ing company , to recover possession of 1.350 pigs of lead , valued at $5,500. Bteatnuhlp Arrival * . At Hamburg--The Oellcrt , fr K Ntw Yorl . At New York Tba Elbe , from Hremsp. Atl ndon The Michigan , ( ram b<t- more. ' At London-Off Llxtsnl J'olul UN . noila from New York. , I. - < fc 1 . " j ( , I * T'