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.THE r i OMAHA p G
NINETEENTH YEAR OMAHA , THURSDAY DINING , JTIISOJ ] 27 , isso. NUMBEK 9.
PREPARATIONS FOR LEAVING
The Commission Concludes Its La
bors at Flno Bldgo.
A KfCK AGAINST RATIONS.
Many Jiistltlnlrto Complaints Made by
the Indiana or the Manner in
Which IJccf Contracts Are
About Through With Pine
PINK Itinor. AOBNOV , .D.il : . , ( via Kmh-
vlllo , Nol ) . , ) Juno 20 [ Special Telegram to
THE linn. ] Ttio commission tins concluded
to leave hero for the lower Brulo agency n
soon ns tholr special car Is returned from
Mobrnra , whcro It went to take Governor
Foster to the Santco agency. This wilt bo
to-morrow , or certainly Friday. The com
mission feels Hint it has dom all in Its power
licrc , and the few signatures now being ob- , .
talnod docs not justify thcmo remain longer.
It hud boon hoped to break the strong
combination of Indians against the bill ,
bnt this now scorns Impossible. As stated
In those dispatches , It Is well kuown th.vt a
secret nnd powerful influonuo hat been ox-
orciacd upon these Indians , nnd while sur
mises can bo glvtin , it is Impossible to got at
the facts , although much patience and
diplomacy ha * been used. General Crook
frankly admits this to bo QUO of the most
unsatisfactory coses lu his Indian experi
Ked Cloud , on his return from Washing
ton , called u secret council and had tlio
Indians blcdgo themselves In the most
solemn manner to work against the bill
after listening to his talk. lie also wanted
to leave $12,000 out of the $23,000
bo is to receive for bis ponies
with Dr. Bland , of the Council
Fire , ns his shiiro In helping to get the bill
throueh and to p.iy for his efforts to dofe.it
this land bill , and § 2,000to an attorney. The
remaining $14,000 ho wished to pay to W. J.
Pollock to become attorney for all the Sioux ,
and wanted two couriers , with petitions , to
bo sent at once to the different agencies to
obtain the signatures of the head men to this
effect. Hut his band objected to this on the
ground that the other Indians had not lost
their ponies and tlio money was theirs and
it had nothlnc to dp with the land.
Pollock , in accordance with his letter to
Ilcd Cloud , was to hove been hero yesterday.
lie has stated , as their attorney , that ho
could keep their reservation intact , but
fulled to nmlto his appearance.
Up to the present time CUD have signed ,
abaut fifty over one-half of the throe-fourths
needed. It Is fully admitted that nine-tenths
of tho250 absent with Buffalo Hill nnd other
shows would sign In favor of the hill. .
Major Warner hnd a long private talk m
the agent's olllco with K'id Cloud to-day , but
It was un unsatisfactory one. The wily old
chief was very pleasant in his convers.ition ,
but would inuku no promises , mid gave only
indefinite answers to anything concerning
To-day was to hnvo been n big issue day ,
but tlio issue failed to take pUce owing to
the nbsoncii of cattle. This being the last is-
BUO In the present fiscal year and many cattle -
tlo being lost last winter , it necessarily pro
duces u shortage. The new contractors have
not yet begun to nut in the now supply. It
was a great dlsaupointmcnt to u very largo
number of people from northern Nebraska ,
who had come out to see the issuo. Amer
ican Horse bitterly -scored the beef con
tractors in his spccolt Monday , and ho cer
tainly seems justified in the instance of
Roncho , of Minnesota , who tins the contract
of furnishing the cows and hulls hero.
Of the 240 cows delivered hero only
live were accepted , and of tie ! twimty-flvo
bulls not one was received , many of them
being less than yearlings. A great source of
complaint hero by the Indians is tho' deliv
ery of their rations and annuities. The con
tracts iiro lot in the surimr and accented In
May , yet they aronever delivered until late
in the fail and often in the middle of the
winter. It is thought that the commissary
should have n complete clearing up nnd
everything issued by the end of the ilscul
year. If this w.is done and the Indians hud
to wait on the action of the con
tractors for their rations there would
bo suffering and even starvation. As it Is ,
by the ncont reserving n. portion of the ra
tions back to bide theni'over until the annual
rations are received , much suffering is en
dured. To remedy this the government
should BCO that the contractors 1111 their con
tracts promptly in accordance with ttio law.
There js onu noticcablo thing hero I ilnd
dlQcront from many agencies , and Unit.is I
can not Had an Indian orvliito man who has
not a complimentary word for the agent
hern , Colonel II. D. Gallagher , statlnc that
ho In the best agent they over had since tbo
formation of the agency.
At the San too Aconoy.
SANTEK AOLNOV , Nob. , ( via Springfield ,
Dak. , ) Juno 20. [ Special Telegram to Tits
BEK.J Governor Foster and a part of the
clerical force arrived1 this f.goncyyosterclay
Afternoon nl-8 o'clock , and while eating
lunch wcro serenaded by a brass band com
posed of full blooded IndiU'ls. Governor
Foster called the first council to order nt !
' o'clock. Ho explained the particulars of the
bill that i'elntcs to the Santco Sioux Indians.
These Indians nro all very well advanced
towards civilization , being self-supporting
and only depending on the government for
furnishing implemcnnts and lumber for
bailing purposes. Three of the Indian
councjlmen spoko. Some ot them thought it
would bo very well for all the Indians to
meet and talk this matter over. They
' claimed that they still had porno money com
ing from the government on the I'lack Hills
sale. They felt very kindly towards tlio
government since they worn included In the
ngrqouicnt , and all they wanted was to ro-
celvo the Buuio as the upper Indians did. At
this writiug 150 huvo signed. Tlio
total number of voters at tills agency
nro 250 , and every ono of thorn will sign.
The Ponca Indians have boon ordered to re
port here , and sign , and they are expected in
to-day. There are about ilfty Indians llvhif
on claims in central Dakota who nro entitled
to vote hero. Acont Hill will attend to get
ting thesesignatures. . Governor Foster ex
pects to .iavu this evening on the return trip
nnd join the rout of the commissioners. The
next pgenoy to bo visited is the lower Uruel.
All reports received from there uro very
favorable , and very little opposition in ex
litivniulo County Kopubllonns anil
Dcmoarnts SoICot DolouutcH ,
CnuvENXn , Wyo. , Juno 20. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB UEK. ] The republicans anc
democrats of Laramlu county hold county
convcnti'"iit.o-duy for the purpose of select
ing delegates to t' ' > o constitutional conven
tion , whlon will moot In tL' ' 1 % In Sop
tcmocr for the purpose of frinniub' ' tate
constitution. Through a joint committee of
the conventions It was agreed that * the Lara-
tulo dolcxution , consisting of clovim dele
gates , should comprise t'-vo republicans nnd
live democrats , nnd that both conventions
ehould nominate Hon. E. S. N. Morgan , ox-
secretary of the territory , us iho eleventh
delegate , The republican convention named
na delegates C. M. Potter , J. J. Jeffrey , II.
12. Tcschmucher , John A. Ulncr and II. G.
Hay. The democrats named G. W , Uaxtcr.
C. P. Organ , T. It Heed , J. A. Johnson and
A. C. Campbell , llcnolutlons instrunlluir the
delegates to abstain from acts of a partisan
datura wire passed by botU convcutioui.
WESTERN I'AOfClNG 1NTEHBST9.
A ModerntoRednotlon In the Supply
CIXOINXA.TI , Jupo 20 [ Special Telegram
to TUB UBE.I To-morrow's Price-Current
will say : There has been only p * noderato
reduction In the supply of hops In western
markets the past week , the packing rcVuriis
showing a total of 200,000 handled by pack
ers , against 275,000 the preceding week , and
210,000 last year , which implies nn Increase
of 50,000 for the week compared wfth n yenr
ago. From March I the total Is 3,535,000
hogs , ugainst 2OSO,00 ( * last year ,
They Issue an Address on the Cold
Wnt r Snhjcot.
Sioux FALLS , Dak. . Juno 20. [ Special
Telegram to THC UEU. ] The Dakota pro
hibition organization has Issued an address ,
1. The object ot this organisation is to se
cure the adoption and enforcement of consti
2. This organization is strictly non-partisan ,
and members nro free to follow the dictates
of their own judgment and conscience , nnd
nobody muy pledge their support to any man
3. The means and methods used must bo a
constant and humble seeking of God's bles
sing. Every effort must bo tnadn to convince
others of the correctness of the prohibition
principle. Votes only count , and all honor
able means must bo used to attack the enemy ,
and diligent watchfulness only will guard
against n hostile flank movement.
The address forecasts an energetic and ex
The Ministerial Institute.
Sioux FALLS , DnK , Juno 20. [ Special
Telegram to THC BEE. | The second day of
the ministerial Institute has'bcun full of in
terest with increased attendance. This
morning Dr. Stlffior delivered his second
lecture upon ' 'Exegesis of Scripture. " Dr.
Kcndrlck , president of the Shurtloft college ,
lectured on the "Inspiration of the Scrip
tures , " and Dr. Prcco gave his second lec
ture , "Monumental Witnesses to the Truth
of the Old Testament. " This evening Mrs.
P. M. Barker , president of the Christian
Temperance union , delivered an excellent
lecture on the "Wonders of Mammoth
Arrested nt Sundance.
LEAD CITY , Dak. , Juno 20. [ Special to
Tun Br.E. ] James II. Lone , the man who
stubbed.Dennis McCarthy in this city Mon
day , was arrested to-day in Sundance , Wyo. ,
by Sheriff Kogers , of that place. Sheriff
Knight , of this county , started this afternoon
for Sundance , and it is believed that Long
will return with him without making a re
quisition necessary. McCarthy lies in about
the same condition , but is now thought that
if inllauiution don't sot in ho may possibly
Dalcotn Hoards of Trade. .
Sioux FALLS , Dak. , Juno 23. [ Special
Telegram to Tun BEE. ] It. is definitely set
tled that n special train bearing over ono
hundred members of the Duluth board of
trudo will arrive hero as guests of Sioux
Falls Thursday evening , and will remain
until midnight Friday. A Ynnkton delega-
gution will also bo here , and the visitors will
bo entertained by the city. The visit will
result in substantial benefit to all three
Lnin CITY , Dak. , Juno 20. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Bin : . ] The operations of the
diamond drill in the Greenback property ,
which has been suspended for several weeks ,
was resumed to-day. The drill is now down
ISO feet , and is capable of advancing SOO foot
TO GET KAILilIOAD KATES.
A MocthiK of O. A. U. Commanders
Will Io Hold In Chionco In August.
CHICAGO , Juno 20. Owing to the growing
dissatisfaction in Grand Army circles
throughout the several departments because
of the refusal of the railroads lo give a rate
of 1 cent per mile , established by precedent
during past years and confidently expected
when the encampment located , General
Davis , commander of the department of Ne
braska , and General Martin , commander of
the department of Illinois , have united in a
request to those department commnndeis
who nro adjacent to Chicago and all others
who can possibly attend , to meet In Chicago
Tuesday , July 0 , for consultation regarding
the question of railroad rates to the national
encampment to bo held at Milwaukee during
the lust week in August.
The Story of n Plot to Kill Mgr.
HOME , Juno 20. Tlio story that Mgr. Per-
slco , In his report to the pope on the re
sult of his investigation of Irish affairs , had
assorted that the Irish nationalists had
formed n plot to kill him If hn returned to
Ireland , is pronounced purely imaginary.
it is stated the pope hai > appointed Mgr. Pcr-
sisco secretary of the propaganda of Oriental
Kites , and that this is tlio real reason why
ho will not return to Ireland.
They Bay IjO-ltlmois Justus Powerful
ns Ho lOver Wns.
New Youit , Juno 2t ) . Among the arrivals
to-day from Port-uu-Prhico were General
Laforcst , military governor of Portrnu-
Prince , two of Legltitno's officers and Minis
ter Preston and the lattor's son. They de
clined to discuss the Haytlon situation , but
added that Lcgltlmo was just as powerful ns
ho had been at any time during the Insur
rection on that island.
A Hoiihlo Trajjcdy.
, III. , Juno 20. Walter Stamp ,
a butcher from Lnncuster , Pa. , shot and
killed his wife to-duy , and then ended his
own life in the same manner. His wife hud
taken his money several months npo and
eloped with another butcher , and Stamp had
traced the couple hero , whcro they had set
up in business.
A KnnsaB ItuuU
TOI-HKA , Kan. , Juno 20. [ Special Tele
gram to Tim HBE.J The Citizen's baak of
Mead Center closed to-day. It is boeliovod
Unit the dcuosltors will be paid In rull. The
failure of crops lust season nnd bad loans are
believed to bo the cause of the suspension.
Typhoid. Fever nt Johnstown.
JOHNSTOWN , Pa. , % Juno 20. It Is reported
this morning that within the lust twenty-
four hours forty-nlno luborors have been
taker down with symptoms of typhoid fever.
The ri'.I4 > c channel above the railroad bridge
was for the Iu"t tjmo opened this morning
after five heavy blasts u"1 been discharged ,
Murderer Lynched In Kentucky1.
LOUISVILLE , Juno 20. A , mob went to the
Jail at ShcpardvlUo , Bullet county , ut 1
o'doek this raorr.ing and took Charles Ar-
doll , confined there charged with the murder
of n peddler , to the woods , where they huug
him. _ _
The Woalhor Indications.
For Nebraska , Iowa and Dakota : Fair ,
warmer weather , southeasterly wludi.
DOLLARS BEFORE SENTIMENT
Millionaire ) Corcoran's Holra Soiling
the "Beautiful Homostond ,
THE ARISTOCRACY SHOCKED.
It Will IJrlnjc the IllRhoat Prloo of
Any Ilcsldonco 1'ropbrty. Ever
Sold In WasbliiRton Poitmis-
tcrs' Salaries Unadjusted.
WASHINGTON UcmnAU , Tn _ OMAHA. DUB , J
513 FOUIlTEBKJKSTRaKT *
WASHINGTON. I ) . C' . . Juno 20. I
The old aristocracy of Washington are con
siderably exercised over the conduct of the
heirs and trustees of the Corcoran estate In
cutting up Into building lots and advertising
for sale the beautiful grounds that surround
the mansion of the late philanthropist. Mr.
Corcoran owned the finest house In Wash
ington. It stands opposite the white house
across Lafayette square , and Is inclosed
within n high brick wall. Ho had a park
that covered nearly an cntlro block ono of
the largest blocks In the city. This ground
was precious to him , and ho greatly enjoyed
It. The flowers and trees were his especial
delight , and most of his mornings during
mild weather were spent wandering
about his grounds and sitting upon
Ills lawn. The property is Inherited
by his two ttrandchlldron , Mr. William
C. and Miss Lulio Eustls , aged somewhere
from twenty to twonty-llvo years. They do
not appear to reverence the old mansion , as
many of Mr. Corcorun's old friends and
neighbors do , nnd within a few months after
his death shocked their circle of intlmato ac
quaintances by advertising it for rent , but It
Is not u house easily rented. The rooms uro
few In number , but very largo , and were ar
ranged for the use of the ch'ildless old widower
ewer , who needed only rooms enough for
himself and 1ns attendants. Now the heirs
have decided to cut up the grounds into
small lots and sell them on iho market.
Uelug situated In the most desirable portion
of the city they will probably bring the high
est prices of any rcsldcnco property over
IIBtDJDSTMENT OF SALARIES.
Under the act of congress , providing for
the annual readjustment of salaries of post
masters of the picsidcntiul class , the follow
ing increases will bo made iu salaries of cost-
masters in Nebraska :
Albion , from $1100 ! to $1,100 ; Edgar , from
81,100 to 51,200 ; Fuirbury , from $1,70J to
81SW ; Fullerton , from S1.200 to Sl.tiOO ;
Geneva , from ? 1,200 to ? 1,4UO ; Kearney , from
$ -,100 to $ ) , yoO ; Mindcn , from $1.400 to $1,500 ;
Norfolk , from $1,703 to 91,800 ; Omaha , from
$3.50Jto > , OCO : Ord , from $1,800 to S1.400 ;
South Omiiha , from § 1,800 to § 2,400 ; Stroms-
burg , from $1,10'J ' to § 1,400 ; Superior , from
51,300 to 81,5'JO ; Tekninah , from 81,000 to
81,100 ; Wayne , from $1,100 to 81,200 ; West
Point , from $1UOO to 81,400 ; Wilbcr , from
81,100 to 81,200 ; Wymore , from 81,400 to
Owing to a falling off in the receipts of the
following postoffices in Nebraska for the
current fiscal year , certain decreases have
been made in tbo salary of postmasters at
these cities :
Ainsworth , from $1,200 to 81,100 ; Alma ,
from 81,200 to 81,100 ; Ashland , froai 51,500 to
81,400 ; Atkinson , from 81,300 to $1.200 ; Uen-
klcman , from 81,100 to $1,000 ; Crcighton ,
Irom 81,200 to $1,100 ; Culbcrtson , $1,100 to
81,000 : Fairmont , from $100 : ! to 81,200 ;
, , , ,
Ouullala , from $1'JOO to 81,100 ; Plattsmouth ,
from W.UOO to $1,800 ; St. Paul , from 81,000 to
81,500 ; boward , from $1,700 to $1,000 ; Sut-
tou , ? 1,300 to 81,200 ; Valentine , from $1-100
to ? 1OJO.
Iowa offices showing Increased receipts and
conscqunt increased salaries : Ackley. from
$1,200 to $1,300 ; Afton , from 81,200 to 31,300 ;
Atlantic , from $1,200 to 82,100 ; Audubou.froin
81,400 to $1,500 ; Cherokee , from $1,700 to
$1,800 ; Council Bluffs , from 83,000 to 83,100 ;
Creston , from $2,100 to 8'J,200 ; Davenport ,
from $3,000 to $3,100 : Eaplo Grovd , from
$1,200 to 81,300 ; Fort Madison , from $2,000 to
82,100 , Greenfield , from 81,100 to $1,200 ;
Grienoll , from 81'JOO to $2,000 ; Harlan , from
$1,500 to $1,000 ; Huinboldt , from $1,200 to
81,300 ; Jefferson , from 81,400 to 51,500 ;
Lansinir , from 81,200 to $1,300 ; Maploton ,
from $1,000 to $1,103 : Marcus , from $1.000 to
81,100 ; Now Hampton , from 81,200 to $1,300 ;
Odobolt. from 31,200 to 81,400 ; Orange City ,
froml,100to8l,2JO ; Ottuuiwa , from $3G03
to 82,700 : Pella , from 81,400 to 81,000 : Rock
Hapids. from $1,200 to $1,300 ; bhonundouh ,
from $1,700 to $1,800 ; Vinton , from $1,700 , to
81.800 ; Waukcon , from $1,200 to 81,800.
Owing to the dccrcaso in receipts during
the past fiscal year postmasters at these
places will have their salaries reduced as
Adcl , from 81,000 to fourth class ; Cedar
Rapids , from $3,000 to $2.1)00 ) ; Clear Lake ,
from $1.300 to $1,200 ; Corning , from 81.600 to
81,700 ; Dunhip , from $1.300 to $1,200 ; Grundy
Centre , from 81,400 to $1,300 ; Kinpsloy , from
$1,200 to 81 , 100 ; Laporto City , from $1,200 to
$1,100 ; McGregor , from $1,700 to $ JCOO , ;
Marlon from $1,700 to Si , 000 ; Montezuma ,
from $1,000 to fourth class ; Sanborn , : from
$1.100 to ? 1,000.
APPEALS AND DECISIONS.
The secretary of the interior td-dny de-
cldod the appeal of Cyrus O'Dell. from the
decision of the general land office in the con
test of O'Doll vs Joseph M. Huott , affirming
the action ol the local office and dismissing
the contest against the lattor's timber cul
ture entry , No. 012 ( North Platte scries ) , on
the southwest \i section 5 , township 1) ) , north
range 30 west , McCook land district. No-
brasks. The decision appealed from Is af
The appeal of Joseph W , Smith from the
decision of the general land office in the contest -
test case of Smith vs William H. Mclntosh ,
dismissing Smith's contest iiguinst Mcln-
tosh's timber culture entry No. 881 for the
southeast X of section 201 north range 83
west , McCook land district , "Nebraska , was
also considered by iho secretary of the. in
terior , who affirmed the decision appealed
IOWA POSTMASTEHS APPOINTED.
Iowa postmasters wcro appointed' lo-day :
Mcchanicsvillo , Cedar county , Jacob H. On-
Htot ; Pomona , Jackson county , Robert F.
York ; Rhodes , Marshall county , James
Major Hacho , on being rolloved frora duty
at Fort Rilo.y , will report to the commanding
general , department ot the Platte , for duty
as mad leal director nf that department upon
thu retirement from active service of Colonel
Thomas A. Mopu'rlln , surgeon.
The following named officers having been
under Instructions at iho United States in
fantry and cavalry school ut Fort Leaven-
worth , Kan. , since September 1 , 1 $ > 7 , are re
lieved from duty at the school : Second Lieu
tenant Thomas II , Wilson , Second Infantry ;
First Lieutenant John J. Hndon , Eighth in
fantry ; Lieutenant Huden will proceed to
his proper station at the expiration of his
present sick leave of absence. Tie fpllow-
Ing named officers are detailed for'inBtruc-
tlon at the school for the two .years' course
commencing September 1 , ISSO : First Lieu
tenant Philip P. Powell , Ninth cavalry ;
Second Lieutenant William M. Wright , Second
end infantry ; Second Lieutenant George A.
Dotchmendy , Slvth infantry ; Second Lieu
tenant James A. Goodwin , Seventh Infantry ;
Second Lieutenant Joseph C. Ueardsley ,
Eighth infantry ; Second Lieutenant Lucius
L. Turfeo , Seventeenth infantry. Second
Lie'itcuunt ' Clmrlcs G , Dtvyor , 'IVCntytlirst
lufuutry , < v
Bf D.y ilA'tTHAI.NS , W
At the cabinet meeting y ? torduy the pro-
nosril understood to have boon uiiV aced by
Postmaster General Wnnamuker relative 1 °
the discontinuance of Sunday malls was dis
cussed , and it Is learned that the members of
the cabinet were unanimous in disapproving
of tbc,8ii'eci > llon that mail trains should be
stopped ou Sunday. The idea seemed to bo
that such a plan wonld'ln qlvo unnecessary
delay and greatly discommode the business
public , nnd that it woujil. bo very unwlso to
carry out the proposition ; , It is learned that
an understanding was arrived at whereby
the malls will be continued as usual.
Chief Engineer Wllllani H. Hunt , of the
navy ( retired ) , died ut his residence In this
city last night , aged tlfty-sovcn years.
Joseph F. Ilazziird has been appointed
gaugcr at Pcoria , III.
T\VENTV-F1VJB IMJUSONS KtljTjtiD.
Triple Collision of Freight Trains on
the Pennsylvania Itottd.
PiTTsntmo , Juno 20. * A triple collision of
freight trains occurred near Litrobo , Pa. ,
forty mites cast of this city , on the Pennsyl
vania road , about 3:30 : this morning. Thirty
cars were wrecked and seven persons killed ,
four of them unknown tramps. Engineer
Caldwell and his firemen nro supposed to
have been killed Instantly. . Their bodies
nro still In the crook whcro the locomotive
fell. Brakeman Miller was fatally crushed ,
The cause of the accident IM not known. The
loss to the railroad company will bo heavy.
A dispatch just received from Grecnsburg ,
ton miles from Ltitrobo , states that n party
of about thirty-live workmen from Johns
town worn Htcallng n rldo on a freight train
when tlio accident occurred. The wreck
caught lire from a lltno bed and the men were
cremated. The story is not credited hero
and the Pennsylvania railroad officials know
nothing of it. James Flannagan nnd a com
panion , who was fatally injured , were
brought from the wreck lo this cttv this after
noon. Flannagun , who Is a returning Johns
town laborer , says twelve persons were on
the car with him at the ; \\iao \ of the collision ,
but ho could say nothing whatever as to
GncENsnuiio , Pa. , Juno 20. It Is probable
that thirty-live or forty lives were lost in the
railroad wreck at Latrobe this morning.
Only four or llvo bodies huvo been taken
from the pile of cars yet. Thirty-one cars
went over the bridge and are piled ono upon
another in the water. The conductor of the
freight states that in nil probability thirty or
forty men nro still under the wrecic. Ho put
off ut Derr.v station about forty-llvo men
who were coming from Johnstown. Ho
states that when ho moved out a great many
of them got on again , and it Is moro than
likely the killed \vill reach the number
stated. A car load of lime in the center of
the train was the last to go down and it was
scattered over the pile 'of shattered cars.
Then the debris took fire , and notwithstand
ing the efforts of the people.to put out the
flames , it is still burning. Arms and legs of
victims can bo scon protruding from th o
LATitonE , June 20. The debris of the
wreck which occurrid on the Pennsylvania
railroad hero this morning is bcinc rapidly
cleared uwuv. At 8 o'chokto-night ten dead
bodies had boon rocovprpd. Those of Engi
neer Caldwcll ana Gcorpo rolich , fireman ,
have not yet been founu' but it is expected
they will bo reached bcforo lo'ng. About a
dozen men were moro or less injured , several
of whcm , it is expected , will not recover. It
is almost certain that , from twenty-five to
thirty people were killed in tlio wreck. The
water in the creek at ttiop.ont , ! whore the ac
cident occurred is twejve foot deep and it
is expected that ten , or twelve bodies
are in the bott/jh of tlio crook ,
hold there by the wreckage. John
II. Miller , flagman on the freight , states that
the proper signals wcrq given when the posi
tion of the shifter was. discovered , and En
gineer Caldwell answered , but the speed
was too high. When thoill-fated train loft
Hoitvor about forty workmen boarded her ,
but the conductor put , Uicm off at Dorry.
Four injured men Ukca t-om ono car stated
that eleven others were fyi another box car.
It is stated by ono of the ) rescued that there
were fifteen or twenty jnon. Ono or two of
the bodies taken frotn the wreck were horribly
ribly burned by the lime which covered the
wreck. At 9 o'clock to-night the work of
clearing the debris was stopped until to
Another Fmal Wreck ,
GAL-LATIN , Tenn. , Juno 20. A ternblo ac
cident occurred this morning at Hledsoe , on
the Chcsapcako & Nashville road. The
train duo in Gallatin util o'clock jumped the
track and the passenger and baggage coaches
wont down a sixty-foot embankment.
About eight persons were seriously injured
nnd several children were moro or less Hurt.
It is probable that some of the Injured will
die. An engine hus just loft for thu scene of
the accident with Supciintcndcnt Meek and
physicians on board. The telephone com
munication is bad and every thing is confusion.
The wrecked cars are 'iadli smashed and it
is feared there are a fo\v bodies under the
cars. Fourteen persons went down in the
The Ohio Republicans C/inoso / Him
For Their Stnndar.l Rearer.
COLUMDUS , O. , Juiio 2(5. ( Tlio republican
state convention was called to order at 10:30 :
this morning. The temporary organization
was made permanent , General Grosvenor ,
chairman of the committee on resolutions ,
road the report which WAS furnished for the
press last night and it was unanimously
Nominations for governor being in order ,
the names of E. L. Lampoon of Ashtnbulo ,
Congressman E , L. Morey , Colonel J. I.
Neil of Franklin county , Captain William
Vunco of Hancock county , General Robert
P. Kennedy of Logan county , General Asa
Jones of Muhoning county , Judge O'Neall
of Lebanon and General Dawes of Marietta ,
were presented as candidates , The friends
of Governor Foraker had determined not to
formally present the nainoof their candidate ,
but begin at once to vote for him.when the
roll was called.
The first ballot resulted as follows : Fora
ker , 207 ; Kennedy , 127 ; Dawes , 00 ; Morey ,
47 ; Jones. 00 ; O'Neall , 50 ; Lampson , b'J ;
Vance , 45 ; Nell. 37 ; General Gibson , 23 ;
General Hushnell , . ! . Total votes cast , 827.
At the conclusion of the ballot an effort
was made to take a recess , but this was
howled down by the Foruker delegates , nnd u
second ballot was ordered. As the call pro
ceeded many larger counties went over solid
for Foraker. After It became evident that
Forakor had a majority of the votes , the
other candidate ) ! , with fowt exceptions , with
drew , and Governor Foraker was declared
the nominee by acclamation ,
E. L. Lampson. of A,8htabula county , was
nominated for lieutenant" , governor on the
first ballot. John S. 13rowu was nominated
for treasurer ; Urban ,11. . , Ilcslcr , of Van
Wort , clerk of the snp'rtico court ; D , 1C ,
Watson , of Franklin , attorney general ; F.
J. Dlcknian , of Cuyitfioga.Judgo of the su
preme court , nnd William , Hahn , of Rich-
land , member of the board of public works ,
John Hancock , of Ross "county , school com
missioner , was nominated the short and
the full term ; Adjourqcd luo die.
Nebraska nnd lp\vn Pensions.
WASHINGTON , Juno 2tf , JSpooiul Telegram
to THE UEE.J Pensions granted Nebraskans :
Original invalid E. W. TTosburg , IT. II.
Studley , C. W. Lowoll\V.A. ! Urown , G. M.
Douglass , William U. Dunlup. Increase
Max Lonz , D , W. Hopltliis' , Henry Tobey ,
Anton Meiscnbach , John'McMunus , Richard
li. Sargent. Re-Issue Joseph C. Fletcher ,
James M. Boy ,
Pensions granted lowana : Original in
valid Charles 1C. Cluvor , John J ,
Goody , John R. Stephens , ClurK An-
norson , Andruw Itf ; Smith , Stephen
M. Jones , Norman Parlor , Lo.uls Holzinun.
Increase Alex Grabi.tl , PJayford Giogg ,
Joseph Anderson , Hapnon D. Rubortus ,
Joseph Wllcox , John W. Hill , John W.
Miller , P. Kundert , Ilunry Meyers , Green
C. Adldtw , H. C , Joseph. Jsaao Kent ,
Charles W. Mooro. Y. Doherty , James
Cluak , Jackson Hughbanhs , Alex Nicholl.
Reissue and increase Lycurgus E , Ayres.
Original widows , jotc. John , father of
James R. Collins ,
NEwYoiiK , Juno 20. The Maritime Ex-
chance rclvcd a dispatch this evening
stating that the steamship Munnarl , from
Hamburg for Now York , had ooen wrecked
at Suhulau ,
PLOMHER JIM'S ' VERDICT ,
Unable to Jlx Upon the Porpotrn-
tor of the Dood.
THE TWO SUSPECTS DISCHARGED
Tlio Parents of tlia Iionvltt Children
-Now Hollered to I5o Innocent
I'r'obnbly Fntnl How nt
Hustings State News.
The Verdict In the Plummor Caio.
HKNULKT , Neb. , Juno 0. [ SuechU Tclo-
grain to Tun Biu.J : The coroner's Jury in
the Joseph Plunitncr case finished its work
and the post-mortem examination closed yes
terday morning. Nothing tangible was
reached concerning the assassin , and George
Plummcr and John Jones wcro discharged
for want of proucr evidence ncalnst them.
The substance of the verdict of the coroner's
jury Is that "Joseph Plummor came to his
death by n gun-shot wound at the hands of
an unknown person. "
The funeral services , under the auspices of
the Farmers' alliance , took plnco yesterday
ut noon at tlio house of Joseph \Volfes , n
neighbor. The remains were litcrred In thu
Meyers cemetery. The ceremonies were
very impressive nnct were attended by moro
than flvo hundred people , principally farm
ers , among whom we're over ono hundred
members of the Farmers' alliance. There
will probably bo largo rewards offered for
the apprehension of thu murderer.
Tlio Mttrdurcr Traced.
ScWAitn , Nob. , Juno 20. . ] Spociul Telegram -
gram to Tun linn. ] The grand jury has
about completed its investigation and lias
traced the murderer of the Loavitt children.
The assurance is given that thu parents are
not the guilty parties.
A Drunicoti Negro's Work.
HASTIXOS , Neb. , Juno 20. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Bin. : ] Three drunken negroes
wcro ejected from a saloon at midnight last
night. Ono of them , named Joe Ferrius ,
drew a razor and slashed open the abdomen
of Patrick O'Shca , ou unoffending citizen
who was in front of the saloon. The razor
broke or O'Sheu would have been completely
disembowelled. As it is , he is very low , but
has a chance of recovery. The negro Is
K , of P. Itri tdc Kncumptucnt.
COI.UMIIUS , Neb. , Juno 20. [ Special to
TiicUuc. ) The brigade encampment , Uni
form Hank Knights of Pythias of Nebraska ,
will bo hold at Columbus from July 1 to 8 ,
inclusive. One thousand dollars in prizes
are offered. An interesting programme has
been prepared for eacli clay. The camp is
located in the fair grounds , ono milo north
west of the city. The grounds are Inch and
dry , well lighted by electricity and well sup
plied with pu o water. Ilailroad rates will
bo one faro for the round trip. M.ijor Will
B. Dale , of the Third regiment , will have
everything in charge during thooncaiupmont
here. Ho is now busily encaged in m.ikmir
every preparation for. the entertainment of
tlio knights. Ho has no superior in the st.ito
as a manager , and success must crown his
efforts. Columbus is centrally located In the
state , has lines of railroad i caching in every
direction , Jive first-cl.iss hotels , besides a
number of boarding houses and restaurants ,
and its citizens will do everything in tlicir
power to make the stay of visitors pleasant.
Admission to tlio grounds will bo free. July
4 will bo Columbus' day , nnd the city will
have the largest Fourth of July celebration
in the west. General John U. Cowln , of
Omaha , will deliver the oration of the day.
The surrounding towns in Pintle county
have spoknn for a place in the parade , and
will bo represented by 150 teat'.s. Governor
Tluiyor and staff will bo hero on the 2d
HASTINGS , Nob. , Juno 29. [ Special to Tin :
The Ancient Order of Hibernians of
McCook and Grand Island have accepted an
invitation to participate in the Fourthof July
celebration in this city.
The annual meeting of the State Trotting
and Breeders' association , which commences
in Hastings ou August 27 , is being looked
fonwurd to with a great deal of interest. Tdo
meeting will bo the largest in the history of
After meeting with many difficulties in the
wav of commencing operations on tlio gas
well , the directors of the Hastings Prospect
ing company now believe that nil will bo
plain sailing in the future. The citizens of
Hastings have raised 15,030 in cash with
which to prospect for natural gas , salt or
coal. About six wceits ago tlio contract for
sinking a well -1,001) ) feet deep was let to a
well known Michigan contractor. That party
bccamo involved in financial difficulties nnd
was unable to come to Hastings. Tlio direc
tors of the prospecting company then rojot
the contract toV. . J. Fox , of Ormel , N. Y.
Mr. Fox will commence boring ou July IS.
Mindcn Sure of n Canal.
MIXDEN , Neb. , Juno 23. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun 13ui : | The great canal has at
lustcomu to bo a solid thing. The surveyors
have finished their work and have made a
report of the grade and a general jollification
meeting was held. The cost of the canal
will bo In tlio neighborhood of J1GO.OOO.
The estimates of Mr. Hull bcforu the survey
were slightly in excess of tlio amount found
by the engineer The result is extremely
gratifying to those who have had the matter
in hand. From nil thu facts now in posses
sion of the friends of the project it is conll-
dcntly expected that the total cost of the
canal will not exceed $150,000 all complete.
The people are pleased with tlio result of the
investigation of this matter and everyone is
determined for tils individual p. ut to do all
within his ability to forward thu scheme to
completion , The Incorporates will take im-
uiediat6 notion ,
HasttncH Giiinijlcrw in Trouble.
HASTINGS , Neb , , Juno 20. ( Special to Tim
.I S. Crubll and George Tyler were ar
raigned before Judge Fleming yesterday on
the charge of owning and cxHbitiug gambling
tools and Implements. The complaint was
Bworn out by Mrs. Jerome Ingennan , the
wife of a traveling man who moved to Hast
ings about a month since , The prcpondcr-
anco of evidence , however , was witli the de
fense , and Mrs. Crabll and Tyler were dis
charged. They were Immediately rcarrostcd
on u ulmrgo of gambling. They were discharged -
charged upon this complaint also. Then Mr.
Tyler turned aro'unU and swore out u com
plaint against Ingermati for gambling , and
unless tlio matter U compromised the case
will probably stick ,
Fremont's Now Unrrinuo Factory ,
FIIBMOXT , Nob. , Juno 20. [ Special to Tun
HEB.J The contract was to day closed with
J. Hunt , of LoMars , la. , for the transfer of
his.carrlago factory , located ut that place , to
Fremont. A new brick building -llxKX ) ted
in slzo and two stories high , will bo erected
for thu accommodation of this new concern ,
the capital of which will bo $30,000. lluild-
Ing operations will begin ut once and it is ex
pected to huvo tlio factory running by the
first of next January. Mr , Hunt is an old
hand at tbo business and will employ from
twenty to thirty faon in his factory.
VALENTINE , Neb. , Juno 20. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun HUE. ] Mr. \ \ , S. Marker ,
editor of the Ucpubllcan , and Miss Jcnnlo L.
Keistcr wore married in the Prcsb tcrlan
church at Nordeu , Neb. , on Tuesday , J'uiie
25. The church was handsomely decorated
with flowers. After the marrlnpo ceremony
and congratulations the friends from a dis
tance repaired to the residence of the bride's
father , where nwedding feast was prepared
for the occasion. On tlio following morning
they took the train for Tokamnh ou a brief
visit to the groom's parents.
Ten Thousand Dnnuiuo Knit.
CoLi'Miics , Neb. , Juno CO. [ Special Telegram -
gram to TIIR UUE. | Gcorco W. Davis , by
his attorneys , McAllister & Cornelius , began
suit In the district court to-duy against the
Columbus Street Hallway company for tlio
sum ot $10,00 , ) . IIo alleges m his petition
that In November last , while crossing the
track ono night , ho fell , breaking his arm
and sustaining other bodily Injuries , from
which ho has not recovered up to the pres
ent tliuo. Ho charges the street railway
company with negligence In not nrovldlim
proper crossings over the track. Mr. Davis
is a contractor and builder and has not been
able to work since his injury. The case will
bo hotly contested.
An Oniulia .Mini IMnrrlcd.
ST. PAUL , Nob. , Juno 2fl. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Uic.l Miss Lucy A. Chlnn ,
ono of the most prominent young ladles of
How'ard comity , daughter of ox Mayor \V.
H. C. Chlnii , and sister of Charles Chlnn ,
county clerk , was married at 7 o'clock this
morning at the residence of her parents to
Mr.V. . U. Pniyn , n young buslniss man of
Omaha. Key. J. D. ICerr officiated. The
ceremony was sti ictly private , only members
of the family being present. The couple left
after tlio ceremony for a tour to Denver , the
mountain resorts and Salt LuUo City. They
will make their homo In Omaha.
Suit AnnliiHl n Satoonkcopor.
ATKINSON , Nob. , Juno 20. iSpcclul to
Tun 13ti.l : : William Wolf , n farmer living
about ten miles southwest of this place , be
came intoxicated ono cold day last winter
and fiozu his foot while trying to get homo ,
and BO hndly that nmuutatlon of the toes
bccamo necessary. Wolf has now brought
suit against P.it McDonald ami Henry Hau-
man , saloonkeepers of Atkinson , for dam-
'ages to the amount of $70,000 , alleging that
they rold him the liquor which caused him to
lose his way and his toes.
Uctrnyed llj n ijcttrr.
NnmusKA Cii'v , Neb. , Juno 20. [ Special
to THU UKC. ] Charles Cherry , wanted here
for committing u murderous ussault on a
farmer named Ed Parker , and whom ho left
with a fractured skull and for dead , has been
found in Citrroll county , loxv.i. Ho was bo-
ti ayed by a letter which ho sent here , asking
u friend to forward his olTocts. A warrant
is out for his ai rest for attempted murder ,
and f-o is oiTcrcd for him.
fllnr.Iorer JlctiryS Trinl.
GIUNT , Neb. , Juno 20. [ Special Telpgranj
to Tin : Uic.l : The trial of Mdes C. Henry
for the murder of Edward C. Mnhcr , in
Chase county , Apiil 5 , comes off at Imperial
to-morrow. Henry was taken thereto-day
by a circuitous route. A mob is fearou by
the people in Chase county. Some deter
mined to try him bcforo Judge Lynch and it
is probable ho will never leave the rounty
alive. Henry killed iluher in cold blood for
fiain TniPN as n Draulni ; Curd. .
BIHTIUC : ; , Neb. , June 20. [ Special to TIIR
UEK. ] The presence of Hov. Sam Sones , the
evangelist , at the Ueatrico Chautamiua ,
July 0 , 7 and S , is ono of the drawing cards
of the alTair. Hcv. Jones will deliver his
famous lecture , "Quit Your Meanness,1' at
the taburnnclo on the evening of July 0. Ho
also preaches at 11 a. in. and S p. Sunday ,
July 7 , and will deliver the morning lecture
on the subject ol "Temperance , " Monday ,
Salvationists nt Ije\lnsUm ,
LnxiNaioN , Neb. , June 2) ) . [ Special to
TUB IJnn.l A squad of the Salvation Army
have arrived here and aio holding services
every evening at the Evansolii-nl chuich.
Their modus operand ! is quite novel to many
of our people , who hive not heretofore wit
nessed their mode of calling sinnerto re-
pcutancc. and is drawing many to church
who wcro never Unown to attend prior to
the advent of the Salvationists.
Pine's Connor Cliiiiitnnn.ua.
Lo.vo Pixu , Nob. , Juno 20. [ Special to
Tin : Uii : : . ] The Long Pine Chiiutauqua will
open this year on July 18 and close July 29.
Tlio groves nnd scenery appear to bo moro
beautiful Una year than over , and on ac
count of the medicinal qualities of its spring
water it is attracting people hero a month
bofoio the assembly opens. There will bo
some of tlio best speakers in the west to lec
ture and teach the people.
A Clnncc to Gc-t to West Point.
Fiti'.Moxr , Nob. , Juno 23. [ Special to Tim
13un. ] Owing to the failure of the principal
and his alternate , appointed by Congressman
Dorsoy from this district to the cadetshlp nt
the West Point military academy , to pans
tlio examination for admission , Mr. Dorsoy
has determined to have a competitive exam
ination for appointment , to fill the p luce , the
examination to tune place in this city in
Attempted Stticldc ItccaiiHC nfCriicltv.
Exiiruit , Neb , , Juno 20. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : UCE. ] A fourteen-year-old
daughter of Joseph Mastinc , living two
miles from Exeter , took strlchnino to-day
with suicidal intent. No hope is enter
tained of her recovery. It is alleged that
cruelty on tlio i > art of her stepmother was
thu cause of the child's rash act.
Sold Liquor Without n Ijlconnc.
Hcnuox , Not ) . , Juno 20.Special [ to TUB
HUB , ] Ono Kichnrd Williams , of Honninir ,
this county , was to-day brouirjit before
County Judge Goodhuu un cnmphiiiit of Roll
ing liquor without a license , and upon a
plea ot guilty to two counts of thu com
plaint , was lined -WJJ and cons.
linprovul iMall Sorvloo.
NiomiAiiA , Neb , , Juno 25. [ Special to TUB
Hun. ] The now dully mail line between
Niobrura nnd Verdigris , connecting with the
Fremont , Elhhorn & Missouri Valley rail
road , begins July 1. Tills insures communi
cation with Omaha the same day , and TUB
UBU will reach hero thobamo day of publica
Rtlll Bout On Suloidc.
HiiATitiCE , Neb , , Juno 20. [ Special to THIS
Ilci : . ] Kittle Fleming , iho woman who at
tempted sulcldo by a dose of ' 'Uough on
Hits" day before yesterday , is now do
clarcd out of danger. She still persists.
however , that shu will kill herself ut thu first
CiiNTiioroi.is , Nell. , Juno 20. [ Special Tel
egram to Tin : Hii : : . ] The barn tf J. C. Wil-
rex , ten miles noitheast of here , was ntruek
by lU'htnlnf , ' last night and burned to the
ground. A stallion valued at 1,000 was
Fined nnd Ariculoil
Nimi\SKA Cm" . Neb. , Juno 20. [ Special
Telegram to Tin : HUE. ] Erbuchor , the sa
loonkeeper , was fined fJ5 : for Belling liquor to
boys , and is again arrested on another
charge , IIo already has several liquor cubes
in the courts.
McCooi. JUNCTION , Neb. , Juno 20. [ Spe
cial to TUB HKI.J : J. F. Albln , editor of the
McCcol Hecord , is slowly recovering from
thu effects of the stroke of lightning which
ho rccc.ud ou the night of the 71U Inst.
Accidental blioodn/ / ; .
SBWAIW , N-b. , Juno 20. [ Special Tele
gram to THE UBB. ] Charles WIckhum acci
dentally shot himself in the loft hand , ttio
ball penetrating to the elbow , by a revolver
falling from his pocket ,
SIMON CAMERON IS DEAD *
Ho Passed Away nt O O'clock Las.
CONSCIOUS ALMOST 1 O THE END.
( ho Day UN Condition
nnrnginKi lint liontti Cnino
Suddenly Durtni ; a
Intotho Valley of the Shndow.
L NOVSTEII , Pa. , June 20. General Cam *
cron dlod nt 8 o'clock this morning. The
general's condition during the day was rather
encouraging , and death came suddenly dur
ing a weak spell. Up to the last attack ha
was conscious , and had no trouble to swallow
the food given htm. and which ho * appeared
to assimilate. Around the death bed word
ex-Attorney General McVeagh and wife ,
Mr.s. iliildcmnn , James Cameron , Simon 13.
Cameron and wife , and Mrs. David Watts ,
his granddaughter. The funeral will bo hold
[ Simon Cameron was born in Lancaster
county , Ponnsylvunia , on March S , I7C0 His
father was n poor country tUlor , unit Sluiou
began to wont for a living as a printer's boy
when only ten years old. In IS'Jl ho sot typo
on the congressional dnbutcs. Thu same
year ho wiototi letter In favor of John C.
Culhoun as president. Later lie edited a
country newspaper , la IVil ho was elected
public printer of Pennsylvania , nnd in 1820
adjutant general of the state. A few years
after , 1830 , ho contracted to construct n canal
from Lake Ponohartruin into Now Orleans.
IIo took a le.ullnir ' part in the first national
convention , nt 'liultlmore , ever held la
this country. Selling out his New Or
leans contract , ut n largo profit , Mr.
Cameron went into the banking bust-
ness. He was elected by the democrats n
United States senator in 1SI5. At thd
end of his term ho wont back to his business.
He joined the republican party when the
iwty was organized , and was sent back to
the senate in 1S" > 0. Air. Lincoln , for whoso
nomination and election ho had worked , unulo
him seci clary of war In IbG. Mr. Cameron
was appointed minister to Russia. IIo .was
elected a United Status senator in IbCiO nud
iiguin in IbTI , and his son James Donald
Cameron succeeded him in the scat in 1877.
His services ns senator aggregated eighteen
years. In IbbO he was u leader in the move
ment which scoured the nomination of James
A. Garlleld. The veteran's homo is by the
SusijueliMina rivor. His estate is said to bo
worth SIOJOOOJ. Among ins numerous bus
iness enterprise- * were the projection Of a
large pait of the Pennsylvania railway s.ve-
teuT , many lines 01 which were built by htm. ]
A COLOShAlj S.MASIlUi' .
A § i7OOOOO UiiHiniss Failure in St.
ST. PAUL , Minn. , June 2(1. ( [ Special Tele
gram to Tim HEE.I The largest business
.smnshup that has occurred in St. Paul In
many years came to light this afternoon m
the assignment of the Eureka Improvement
company. The amount involved is $700,600 ,
considerable of which Is held by eastern jmr-
ties. Slock is held by St. Paul business mea
ns follows : D. D. Merrill , J100.000 ; D.r. J.
H. Hryant , . liJOOL'0 ' ; A. M. Law ton , $ r > ,000 ;
A. E. Clark , ? 5U,000 ; C. W. Clark , $25,000 ;
Thomas Smith , $72,001 , and J. W. Jamison ,
$1 t.OOO. The Eureka company was orguni/.ed
to deal in lands and electric motor enter
prises in South St. Paul. The assignment was
rnado to Thomas T.Smith , onu of the
largest stockholders , on an attachment suit
bi ought by To wlo & Fitz , surveyors. The
crisis was expected , and ical estate circles
were well prepared to meet it. The com ;
pany was organi/cd to construct nnd nperato
an electric motor , with termini at South
Park and Minneapolis , ( t fought for a lony
tune with the city council to Hocuro a fran
chise for a proposed elevated road , an exper
imental mile of which it had already built at
South paik at a cost of ? 50,000. After much
dickering between the city ana the company
the council offered lo grant u franchise to the
company with the privilege of u ritrlit of way
to the west bank of tlio river , but further
than that the council failed to grant. The
company failed to secure the route through
the city , and after Having already purchased
largo anil valuable tracts nf land In Dakota
county along their proposed line of transit ,
the concern was forced to care for nnd main
tain its great property holdings. The mar
ket declining , and the concern thus crippled
the little less than half a million
dollars put into thu undertaking by well
known men of this city was fast being ab
sorbed by the mortgages upon the vast acre
age put chased in Dakota county. One foro-
closuni 1 allowed another until thu pressure
culminated in the assignment. The stock
holder" will lose nearly $500,000. The in
debtedness , which i about S7UO,000 , is nearly
all secured by first mortgages upon property
upon which from a third to half of the pur
chase has been paid.
HOW DAWSON WAS KlLiLCD.
MuDow 'X nkes the Stand anil Tells of
CiiAisi.r.STON , S. C. , Juno 20 , McDow was
put on the stand this morning in the Duwson
murder caso. Ho presented n haggard ap
pearance and gave evasive answers to all
questions. His story briefly was that Cap
tain Dawhon carne to his office nnd
said ho had come to cxpostulato
with him ( MeDow ) against Ills atten
tions to the French maid and to
forbid him coming to his ( Dawson's ) prom
ises again. McDow replied and called Daw-
UOM a d d scoundrel and ordered him out
of his olllco , when Dawson struck him on
the head with his cane , and lie shot Dawson.
After killing Dawson , MuDow drugged his
body to the elosut under the stairway nnd
tried to bury it. Finding he could not , ho
drugged it back to the office and surrendered
to the police. MoDoiv , while under cross-
examination. was much confused.
fin 1 vat lou i * tDispersed. .
LONDON , Juno 20. Tlio band members of
the Salvation Army was attacked and dis
persed by the police this evening while
iiKirchim : along the Strand on their way to
Exeter hall. The music il Instruments car
ried by the pnradurs were smashed and sev
eral of the "soldiers" injured. A number of
the n.iradcrs were arrested. The police' had
previously warned the officers of the Salva
tion Army that they would not bo permitted
to obstruct the streets.
Hold Under IlondN.
VAI t'AiiAiko , Nub. , Juno 20. [ Special Tel
egram to TIM : 15ii.l : The preliminary ex
amination of Mary Dunn , who brings suit
in tlio bum of fc'jOO against Daniel Hoveo for
biihtnidy , was held to-day before .lustlco
Mengcl , and the defendant WUH bound over
to thu dlfltilct court tinder K > 00 bonds , signed
byL.Huvco , hl father , und J. L. Miigce.
' 1 no examination was held with closed dears ,
no ono hut thu paitles Interested und thclv
near relatives being allowed In the room.
Notvl'dllc School IlondH Oirry ,
Noitnout , Nob. , Juno W , [ Special Tele
gram to Tins HCK , I An election was held
here to-day for school bonds for 25,000 for anew
now high school building. A light vote was
polled , Thu bonds curried by U17 out of a
total vote of US7.
Ynlts'H 'H Class.
Nr.w HAVHK , Conn. , Juno 20. The com
mencement exercises of the cluss of lbSl > ,
Yale , occurred at the' Center church this
morning. The cluss graduates 120 men.
Thu yuledlctorlan Is William McQuald , ot
Now liavon , und the Kilu'.Ktgrluu It H , p.
Walker , of Detroit.
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