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TWENTY-SECOND YEAH. OMAHA , SUNDAY MON1UNG , ' 'OCTOBER ' 9 , 1S92--S1XTEEN PAGES. NUMHEll 112 ,
Winners of the Great Rsos Being Potted
ami Feted in Berlin ,
IT WAS DEATH TO THE POOR HORSES
Maty of the Animals Ridden Expire from
Their Hard Usage.
INCREASING TROUBLE IN THE MINISTRY
Differences Between Chancellor Von Oaprivi
nnd Herr Miguel Widening.
EMPEROR WILLIAM'S SORE EAR AGAIN
It M Dm Subject of Discussion III Hi" Dnlly
i'niiorn Tlio Xowly Hlpctcil Iliirgo-
uiuilur of Hcrlln Conllrincil
( ) OS lp.
( CopjrliMert IMS by .Vow York Antedated Prets 1
IH-.iu.i.v , Oct. 3. The long distance mili
tary riilo Is the ono topic of convolution in
tills city. All classes of inhabitants nro in
terested in the event , which has totally
tcllpsc.il politics andoverythint ! clso. Desplto
the disappointment of Germans at the Win
ning of the race hy an Austrian and the bol
ter general time nindo by them , they nro
lavishing hospitality upon the Austmus.
The latter have been feted and dined by tbo
officers of ( llfferciit crock regiments. Today
a serluB of great ruccs was given In their
Emperor William will return Monday
evening from Weimar , whither ho has pone
to attend the trolden wedding celebration of
the grnnd duke of Saxo-Weimar , when ho
will pivo the Auslrinns a dinner. ilo will
nlso visit the stable * where the Austrlans'
horses nro kept.
It AVi Cruelty to Animals.
Some of the horses arc Irreparably 'njurcd. '
In ono stall nt tuo stables la a beautiful
tnaro with both her hind hoofs split. She Is
steaming and sweating nnd is evidently In
rent agony. She mndo Iho dlstanco from
Flonsdorf to Birlm In eighty-two hours.
Of llfty others inspected , fifteen are disabled
for life. The thoroughbreds suffered the
most. The condition of the nnlmals Is pill-
nblo. Their sides nro sunken in , and it
seems as though their spines were twisted
nwry. Some Hungarian hordes , that uro
scarcely Digger ttian ponies , seem to bo In
wonderfully good condition. Accurate
statistic ! ! of the horses that have died in
Ilcrlin cannot ho obtained. Ills known ,
however , tunt eight of the Austrian animals
died on tbo road.
A 'Ministerial Crisis Threatened.
Wbilo the raeo has roictiod supreme In
the public mind a ministerial crisis has been
quietly pnjp.u-lng. The differences between
Chancellor von Cuprlvl and Herr Miguel ,
Prussian minister of finance , linvn been
widened through the unheard-of action of
the chancellor In completely ignoring the
Prussian cabinet In the presentation of the
now military bill. The chancellor , who has
EUccecdcd in overcoming the emperor's op
position to the bill , did not consult either
Herr Micucl or Count von Kulenburg , presi
dent of Iho Prussian council of ministers , In
regard to the measure. It is predicted that
the chancellor will ulssolvo the Kolohstng
if the bill falls to pass. Radical papers
ro Jubilant over this outlook nnd ex
press the liopo that In the event
of dissolution their party will make great
gain : ) . The VosslschoCellung savs today
tbcro Is no clmnco for the passage , and disso
lution will onlv strungthon the opposition
and compel Chancellor von Caprivl to resign.
The paper rails upon the government to
withdraw , or at least to postpone the bill.
The chancellor , In the moiutimo , circulates
the story that the bill us now proposed is
practically the same ns the one prepared by
Pnnco llisinnrclt , which had the approval of
General Count von Wuldcrsoe. who was then
secretary of war , and that there Is no truth
in the reports that tbo omporor. the chlof of
itaff , or tuo minister of war disagree us to
l.'iniirircir William's Kar.
The Cologne Uazotto a few days ago pub
lished a denial of the reports circulated
about the trouble the emperor Is alleged to
bavo had with ono of his oars , The denial
Is said to have coma straight from the court ,
the emperor being very sensitive on the sub
Prince Humarck's organ now proclaims
that the story is perfectly true aud that It is
folly to deny it. It adds that the facts were
well known to the intlmato relatives of the
emperor. This statement is scarcely likely
to IniToaso friendliness between the emperor
mid I'rlnco Hismnrcir.
Stories of the omporor's financial diffi
culties nro again current. Ills fathm-and
grand father allowed army subalterns a cor-
tulu amount of money each month if they
worn without p.-ivnto moans. ICmpcror
William refuses to contluuu this practice
ind no further grants will ba made , though
the present recipients under tbo old system
will contlnuo to draw the sums allotted to
them until tliov are promoted. The number
of subalterns receiving tha bounty Is very
mall. They are mostly the sons of raon
who died on the llold and whoso families
have been for generation ! In tuo Prussian
lorvlco , Thu emperor's action In this matter
1ms caused much gossip and It Is civon out
ns positive ovldonco tluit ho is hard up.
CoiillriiitMl Iho I.lliuritl lliircoumstur.
' The emperor's cordial message , conllrming
the election of Herr X.olle , who U an ardent
liberal , as burgomaster &l liorlln , Is regarded
ns of great political Importance , U'hou Herr
Xollu's numo was llrst mentioned for the po-
Mlion it was freely predicted that the OMI.
poror would never coullrm his olootloti. Dur
ing the old-omporor's Ufa the relations b
t\\een the burgomaster and the court were
very stralnod. Kvcu at tno beginning of the
prcsnnt reign things continued in thu sama
htato until IMuca Bismarck's liilluonco do-
cliucil thrco years no , The emperor con <
tinned the election of Herr von Forckon <
beck , the predecessor of Herr Hello , but It i <
all ) ho remarked to Minister Herr Furtb ,
ivho pressed him to tbo continuation , "Don'i
let ino bo asked again to coullrm the election
of a liberal burgomaster. " His action in re
gatd to Herr Xullo was looked forward tc
with anxlctv , The massage was a pleasant
lurprlso ana It Is rcgardoa as a sign that thi
11 mo of boycotting political opponents of the
juveroinent is over.
Want the r.aw Itrpeulcil.
Three thousand retail traders of Cologne
Bavo petitioned the federal council and the
nnpcror to abolish tto new Sunday rest law
' /hey auuro the emperor that Sunday ret )
tends to limits employe * not more rellsioui
but wore uU&iuro laoklug and dliuontontcd
The petition ndds that statistics show that It
Is unfavorable to tnoralltv nnd bad political
economy to hamper trade and collect experi
ence from the ruin of many poor trailers.
The Chamber of Commerce of upper Ha
vana U preparing to agitate the question ,
holding tha sumo views ns the Cologne peti
Tno German exhibit for Iho Chicago
World's fair exhibition Is so nearly com
pleted that llcrr Wermuth , Iho Imncrlil
commissioner , says it will bodtspitchcd next
month If nocossnry. It will poruapj DO ilU
'I ho event of tbo musical season was the
opening of Hcokstem hall , which Is Intended
for piano recitations. It was inaugurated
with three Invitation concerts , given by Von
Utilovv , Brahms and Hubcn&teln on Tuesday ,
Wednesday nnd Thursday. All the artistic
nnd musical lions of Berlin xvcro present. ,
i\ over In tinny years worn so few Ameri
cans in Itcilln as nt present. Social
life In the Amorlc.m colony U about at a
AVI I , I , I VM'S ( VII. I. SUI'HIIMK.
Ocl man j ' - \Vnri lug Minister Millies Up nt
llii > Kmprrnr'Mlsli. .
( CopyiliililoilNJi b > Jumps t.onUm Ilennptt 1
Hniii.tv , Oct. " 5. ( Now York Ilorald
Cable Special to TmHir. ; . ) The difference
between Count von Cnprlvl nud Count von
Kutonburg has bcon finally sottlcd , the
emporof having requested Count von Kulon-
uurg nnd ilorr Miguel to comply with
the tlcslrcs of the chancellor. Both Immedi
ately obeyed , and have given orders to their
respective press organs to cease attacking
This submissive abdication of authority
call ) to mind the Jlneu episodes of the time
of 1'rinco HUmarek. A hlrh court ofllcial
has explained this strange metamorphosis to
me. Tbo emperor , he says , has pledced
himself too far in the matter of the nrmy
bill. When Count von Caprivl presented his
army bill to the federal council tno emperor
sent 1.1111 u congratulatory nnd very compli
mentary telegram. In It ho called the bill a
patriotic act. In conversation with several
noblemen ot the court bis mnjesty said :
" 1 will glvo up the education bill , but 1
will nevct withdraw Iho military bill. To
recede would bo suicidal. "
Ills Mead Slta Kitty.
Caprivl , therefore , is perfectly safe. The
risks are very littlo. The emperor oven .said
to him on Tuo.iclay evening at I'otsdam :
" 1'lils time I shall go on to the bitter end. If
necessary , wo will dissolve the Kelchstag
and If the now majority should also bo bos-
tllo wo will continue dissolving until the bill
Is passed. "
The emperor has thcroforo Identified him
self with the bill , and ho will dismiss every
minister who opposes it , directly or indi
rectly. Such is the present situation.
Chancellor Cawlvl has requested the
Krc'uso nnd the National Zcllung testate
state that their news about this
crisis was unfounded mid they promptly
obeyed. This is how history is
written. The emperor will moot Prince von
Ueuss nt Weimar , and the unplassnntncss
caused by tlio letter respecting Prlnco Bis
marck's visit to Vienna will b o removed.
Next April , In accordance with the written
promise of the emperor , tlio empress will go
.to Homo to attend the celebration of the sil
ver wedding of tbo king and queen of Italy.
I'lcncli Politics AKillii Assuming n Turlin-
[ ropjrrlutilnl lS33byJnuioi Uonlon Itennelt. ]
PAUIM , OcJ. S. [ Now York Ilorald Ca'jlo
Bneclnl to Tin : Ucn.l The situation In
Franco Is cloudy. It is probable 'that the
mmistiy may bo overthrown about the 20th
Instant. Thu cause of the difllculty Is the
position taken in tuo Carmaux strlko troubles ,
both worulngmen anil employers having
equal rcuson to complain , out the minister
may also bo overthrown because of the treaty
of commerce. The Swiss deputies are en
raged ana the protectionists reject the
The political interests ot Franco demand
tills treaty , but the ministry prefer to lull
uponthe Carmnux question rather than upon
n question of foreign policy.
There U n menace just as great In tbo
Panama canal scandal in which politicians ,
journalists and deputies nro said to bo
gravely involved , The rumor of an inter
view botwceu the three superiors Is abso
Thcro Is no change In Franco-Hussian
The expedition to Dahomey will , It seems ,
have accomplished its end next wee : ; . The
success of Franco is beyond a doubt. The
excitement caused by tbo discovery that the
Germans have been sending munitions of
war to Dahomey is groat. ,
J ICQI-ES ST. Ciiui : .
I'all IIcnierM at Tomiy.icm'n Funeral.
LIIMIOS , Oct. t . The duke of Argyllo , the
niauiuK of Dufforin , the carl of SelbornCj
liiv. Honjamln .lowott , M. A. , LL. 13 , ,
imistrr of Jialllol , Oxford , and the
historian , Lccky , were among the
pall bvarors at the funeral of Tennyson.
Mr. Gladstone was invited to net in this
capacity , but no wrote n reply usking to bo
excused on the ground of pressure of public
Aimtlirr IliinU mill ll lUg Dcllrlt'llry.
I OMJON , Oct. 8. Tbo accounts of the
London hunch ot the Bank of Australia
show liabilities of i'USO.oau In excess of as
sets , This detlcioncy is duo to large over
drafts in the director * ' books , which It is al
leged have ooon doctored by the cliuirman ,
who H intoroitrd In cert'iln companies which
owe the bank tno largo sum of t00,000. !
Olijrcteil to Ulriiiilln * .
Htm-PESTir , Oct. S. 'I he Ignorant classes
still ruslst the efforts of the authorities to
enforce sanitary measures for the extirpa
tion of cholera. Today the snnltury ofilcora
engaged in the work of disinfection were bet
upon , first by women with boiling water ,
then by men and bays with stone * . Finally
the mob was dispersed by the police.
Anifi-lcaiis at Uncivil.
M vniui > , Oct. SMr. . Snowdon , the ne\ >
United States minister to this country ; Mr ,
Curtis , the American delegate to the Col urn
bus exhibition in Madrid , and tno staff ol
tha American legation in this city , have goiu
to Huolvn to take part in tlio festivities al
that phico In connection with the Columbus
i\pnrt : Dvcrcuglni ? ,
LOVIIOV , Ocl. S. The Hoard of Trade ro-
turus Issued lor September show that ! tH'
ports decreased JL'.1H'X,0)0 ) ! ) nnd that export )
decreased M9U,000 during that month a !
compared with the corresponding month las
pimlntcMl to Olllre.
Ojt , 8 , Count do MuroiU
Westerley has be n appointed minister 01
forclgi uffalrs in succession to the prlnci
Caraiiico do Cbimay , who died on March y
mil ? , < 7i i7 't 'iiTcin Jim.
1'itiaii : , Ocl. S. The govcr.iuicut has for
the proposed holding of Iho Czccl
in thu city.
ALREADY TOO FULL
Westminster Abbaj'a ' Burial Ground is
Very Much Over-Tenanted.
WHERE POEF TENNYSON WILL REST
In the Corner Near Brownine and Under
the Bust of Longfellow , .
WHO WILL BE THE LAUREATE NOW
No Quo but Swinburne is Elicibc ; ! , aud
He May Not Succeed.
GLADSTONE AND HIS PRECIOUS HEALTH
Ills . \Mncil Intention ol llr.nlni ; tlin l.ou-
tliin I'og-t Tcrrurln-s Ills I'llrnili ,
\ \ hi > Sroin to t'lircdfc th lle-
Biilt ol III * Tcmrrity.
it ISM bjrJamO ! Oortlon Bennett.1
LONDON , Ocl. S. [ Now York Herald Cable
Special lo Tin : Hin.J : For the moment
everything is thrown into the background
by the death of Lord Tennyson.
When the Inquiry was goiug on some months
ngo into the room still lutt for interments in
Westminster Abbey the space was shown
mo which has long bcon reserved for the
illustrious post. It Is In tlio poet's corner ,
lust beneath the spot where Longfellow's
bust siands and next to Urownlug's eravo.
Tbo puffin of n woman had to bo moved a little
tle- further on to make room for Browning.
She was the wife ot some unknown
barrister , for in the early pariof the century
everybody was hurled In Weslainstor Abbey
whoso filonds could pay the necessary fees.
Itvas t.-catod as : i mere parish church.
That has bcon nut a stop to. but cvon now it
is difficult to keep out third and fourth rate
celebrities. Their friends are numerous and
n tremendous pressure Is brought lo bear
upon Iho deanwith whom rests the power lo
give or rcfuso permission. Sometimes ho
finds It by no means n pleasant duty to pro
nouncu n decision. Dean Stanley gave way
to out.sldo pressure moro than once , and
Dean Bradley has not nhvavs been able to
resist it. Tbo honors of Westminster Abbey
hnvo been claimed by many a man who was
clean forgotten six months nftcr hU death.
ftliould Stop IliirluU Tliurc.
No ono will dispute Tennyson's right to
rest there aud doubtless room will bn found
for Mr. Gladstone unless ho forbids it by
There ought to be no more Interment
within the walls. A lar/ro / part of the old
abbey was built upon concrete and It is no
easy matter to cut through it. There is nn
old man attached to the bulldlnp who knows
the whole place under ground , nnd ho
described it to mo aspiled with dead with
the exception ot ono particular corner , which
is n bed of solid concrete never .vet touched.
It would bo better to * leave it so nnd that
was evidently the feeling of the royal com
mission which Inquired into the whole sub
ject In ISO ) . Some consideration for tbo
living should now be shown.
\Vlio Will AVntr tlio Crown ?
Next comes the question , who is to bo
maoo poet laureate ! A good many candidates
nro In the field already. Alfred Austin de
sires , to prove his Illness for the office by
sending to the Times n yard or so of his
verses on Tennyson. Ills versos were ad
dressed lo iho prince of Wale ? nnd betrnn
'And you , Sir,1' which , by the way , Is far
uhoad of anything Tennyson ever turned
out. Austin never wrote a line of poetry in
his life , nud his appointment , would bo a dis
grace to loiters.
Tnero is only Swinburne who could wear
the laureate's wreath without , setting all the
woild laughing , anil some of his early writ
ings st a nil much in the way. The
best thing lo bo Oono is to lot
the ofllco remain unfilled at least ,
for n timo. Thcro Is no immediate necessity
for a poet laureate aud wo bavo no Words
worth or Tennyson lo succeed to it. Every
body except the disappointed candidates will
forgive Mr. Gladstone if he allows the coun
try to run along without an official poot.
Will Defy Iho | - igb.
The prtmo minister has made up his mind
to keep in London all winter , hut his friends
are trying to change his determination. Tbo
fogs ot tbo metropolis , of which wo have
already had a forotastCj would try him
severely , and wo would see how soon his llfo
of S. would bo brought to a close.
Of late years Mr. Gladstone has frequently
gone nt.road , and it would"tfot bo prudent to
ab.uulon this precaution , simply because ho
is the heud of the ministry. His colleagues
are anxious that ho should not incur any ad
ditional risk for , in the present slaty of af
fairs , the ministry could not hold out n month
in thu next session without Mr. Gladstone.
Ho will certainly oomo to London to got his
home rule bill drafted and consfdnrod by the
cabinet and let bcallh louli after itself.
A MnMiicit or PAICI.UMKVI- .
J'ISIUIXT | ( : c'AiiMT ' AT 1,11,1,1 : .
Socialists "lluilo n , Demiiml I'piin Mini An
i\cltini : ; Incident ,
P.'itiS Oct. S. PreUdout Carnet arrived
at Lille this afternoon for the purpose of at
tending the fetes to bo hold on the occa
sion ot tno IDOtU anniversary of the defeat
at that place of the AusVrlans who , after a
tcrrlflo bombardment of the town , were
obliged to raise the sioeo. When the presi
dent roacaod iho square , wliorn a platform
bud boon ereutod for tbo u o of speakers
who were to deliver patrioticnddresscs ,
loud cries were uttered uy parsons in the
assemblage demanding ninncily for tbo
socialist Online , who had been condemned
for the share ho had taken In the Fourimes
dynamlto explosions. These shouts were
mingled wllh cheers and'tho Incident for n
time caused something of n commotion.
l.hcly Times l.ookril lor In Jamaica.
KixosTu.v , Jamaica , Oct , 1 , Advices received -
ceived Irom Hnytl tire to ( the effect that
trouble is again immiiieuj , ' n that island.
All the principal cities and' towns , with the
exception of Jacmel , havo.turned liberal.
Uvcn members of the cabinet hnvo boon
conspiring ugamst' Hypoirte , nu"d Haytleq
consuls at different ports are suspected of
supplying Information to tbo rrfugcoi. Two
envoi officers have boon arrested for com
municating with Manlgot and utlemptin g to
corrupt the national ffa
Another Dump Vlctlm- Cruelty ,
VIENNA , Ocl. S. The tb rougtibred Irish
tnaro Loppupringe , , whlcU'won glory for
Lieutenant IVmtzoQSlOm , "oW of tbo Gorman
contestants lu iho icccatloug distance race ,
by making tbo fastest time between Berlin
aud this cty , dlod today from the effects of
the strain caused by the terrible ride , Lopp-
springo trjivcrieft 'tlio distance between the
two cities' in sovcnty-Uirca hours and six
minute * . .
\rillmm nt VVolmnr.
WEIMJUI , Oct. 8.--Kmpcror Wllllnm has
nrrlvod here , lie was met nt the railroad
station \ > j the dulto of Baxc-Wolmnr , the
prlbcnss of 'Saxd-W clmar , the king of Sax
ony , Arcluluku Koinnra ot Austria nnd the
grand dukk Vlntllmoro of Russia.
LONDON , Oct. S. Tno News' Uelgrado cor
respondent slntos that the residence nt Alox-
nndrovnzt of Ivcstcb , the Servian llborul ,
was shattoreil by n dynnmtto explosion while
n political cathcrlng was being hold In tha
xTii.t. ii'ini3riv iv
CliolrrnOlnllns Mntiy Victims In
Cities At Oiinrantliir.
HAMIIL-HO , Dot. S. The oniclal cholera sta
tistics for yesterday place the mini nor of
cases here at twclvo against fourteen on
Thursday. Ttio deaths numbered tuo , n decrease -
crease ot two compared with Thursday. In
Altonn ycstordny three now casoa nnd three
dcallu were reported.
LONDON' , Ost. 8. The Uurlln correspon
dent of the Times has nrosonted the case of
another pauper taken to Moablt hoipltnl
suffering with cholera and says so little
anxiety prevails in Uorlln regarding the
cholera otllooK Hint the medical inspection
ostabllshed n few weeks ago nt terminals
has boon abolished.
QuAitAMisu , S. I. , Oct. 8. The stoeraEO
passengers or the steamer Houomln , who
were detained at Hoffman Island for obser
vation. were nllowed to land at 1 p. tu. today.
Ono hundred and'forty-slx Immigrants from
the steamer Polarla , who had boon held lu
quarantine , were transferred to Ellis Island
ftn-PESTit , Oct. 8. During the past
Avolvo hours fourteen ficsh cases of cholera
ml three deaths from the disease have boon
oportcd horo. Much distress U occasioned
inonp tha suffering people on account of
ICKIICSS. The physicians nre unable to at-
end to alt tbo demands on their sorvlccs
, ud ns a consequence some of the persons
.ttacked by the plague nro at times forced to
go without medical attontlon for n consider
liuui.i.v , Oct. S. Pour more inmates of the
house of correction here have boon attacked
ivith cholera andVrcmovcd to the hospital.
A. mar. was found } dead In the Thiorgarton
today , nnd it is supposed that his death was
duo loan altncl .iracuto cholera.
Professor Guttraan , the head of the ohol-
ra hospital , is afraid of a fresh outbreak.
MUSZIMK : , ct. S. Several suspicious
cases of sickness have occurred hero during
'he. . lust few davs. It is believed cholera has
gained a foothold in this city , though the
exact nature of 'Uicf disease prevailing here
irxsjiot been ddfinltoly ascortainod.
A MsrEni > i i. Q3tS. Cholera continues to
prevail in Holland , but the discaso Is not
makiuganv scrfous'advances , the statoocnts
showing that tuo , number of persons at
tacked and the mortality nro still comparatively
tively low. Myix'jfrp3h"pases and four deaths
were the total returns received by tbo boalih
AIIII , Oct. Sir In this citv and suburbs
yesterday twqnty fro b cases of choloVa were
reported to thu authorities. During the same
time sov.on persons dlod from the dlsoase.
AMiixoTONy I ) . CJ. , Oct. S. The acting
secretary ofstate received a cable message
from Kio Janeiro to thu effect tnat quaran-
tioo has been1 re-established against the
United States on account of tbo reported reappearance -
appearance of cholera in Now York.
( JovcmorSciiy : SIilcs IlU Anntuil Itcport A
Couil allowing : .
WASHINGTON , D. C. , Ocft. S. The annual
report of Governor Seay of Oklahoma has
boon icceived. Us population is shown to
have Increased from (13,141 ( in 1S90 to 133,100
in ISOi. These figures do not L.cUido In
dians who still maintain their domain.
The real vuluo of the property of the terri
tory Is placet ! atf $17,130,00(5. ( The real nnd
personal property of the territory Is es
timated at $10,000,000. The school popula
tion N Rivon at'iIOU' : ' , an increase of 10,553
for the year.
There is a growing feeling of distrust , the
governor says , jimon ; the people of Okla
homa , as to whether the policy of allotting
the Indians the choicest lands of the terri
tory and making , them inalionaolo nnd non-
laxablo for twenty-live years , Is fair and
Just , nnd whether , under tha , policy , the fu
ture prosperity of the territory will not bo
seriously retarded. vVith a fair prospect of
an early decisionby the supreme court giv
ing "Greor county" to Oklahoma , the gov
ernor says the territory will bo entitled to
statehood antl ' 1U soon ask congress for ad
mission inlo the union.
iiuntii > in\ K.Irut : WKEUK ,
One of tlio Itio ( iriinilu'g freight TniliiH ( Iocs
Jnto thn Oltcliiitli 1'utnl Ki-stilt.
DBNVIIII , Colo. , Oct , S. At midnight the
Santa Vo had lost n freight train on their
division between Denver andPueblo. . The
Denver it Ulo Grande that runs parallel with
the latter road reported llndingtho lost train
In the ditch fifteen miles this sldo of Pueblo ,
making a bad wreck. Under the onglno lay
the englncor.und fireman , names not at pres
ent known , alia head Uraueman MoUno ,
All three were dead. A wrook train has
started for the scone.
II.YJro pin : jounrii c.tr.u.iti.
< " " " " " "
borcentit IIilKlieji of ( i Troop U'lnn tlio
llonorii ut ili'o , l-'ort hlieriilnii hliout
Cinouio. Ill' Oct. 3. .Sergeant Hughes ,
troop G , L'oort qavulry , took first cavalry
honors easily , leading in the competition lha't
eudodwith , today's shootin'g at Fort Sher
The contest forjjecond placa was morn ox-
citing. There \ycjo \ three favorlfos for the
honor , Serceajits Henry , Second cavalry ;
Price , Nlrith c falry , and Hohr , Firat ca'v-
airy , whoso soqf < > > were respectively , -100
and -105. Sergeant Kohr won the coveted
rrute tnut OfiUcupnl Contention ,
lUi.TiMOu's , % ! ) ] . , Oct , S. At the mooting
of the Protestant Kpiucopal convention to
day , Hov , Dr. Alton of the commltu-o on new
dlocoscs reported favorably tbo resolution for
the erection of n nan' dioccso within the dio-
ccso of Virginia , It was unanimously passed ,
Dr. llart of tno committee on standard
prayer book favorably reported the resolu
tion offered omo days ago for a uniform
system of printing tie cautlclo , gloria patria
and the whole book of Psalmi. Tbo resolu
tion _ \vu adopted with the amcndtnodt that
flvo Buiifible ; persons ba uppolntcd to paduct
the work anil they report at the next Qeaeral
Wet Wr.Uher lu Sill I'runclkco.
SAN PiiVNcitoo , Cal , Oct .8. It com
menced raining bard here oirly this dvonlng
and the Indications are tUatjt will continue
all iitght. Heports from various parts of
northern California sluto that rain is falling ,
Thu li taa tint general storm of the season ,
TRIUMPH OF CRESPO
Venezuela's ' Latest Revolution is Success
ful Now in Every Important Detail ,
LAST OF PALACIO'S CITIES CONQUERED
La Guriyra Falls Easily Into the Hands of
tbo Revolutionary Army.
CITIZENS SAVED FROM BEING PILLAGED
Admiral Walker Ltnda a Force of Ameri
can Sailors to Protect Property.
GOVERNMENT OFFICERS FLY IN TERROR
VlllrKts I'lilhlo anil Ills l.ituslsttnts
VnnUli Irom Sight ( Niiiiplctrly , mill
Arc Said to llu\i I.rll tlio
Country lor I'ltropt- .
1892 by Jnmcs ( Ionian tlcuneU.l
Lit CiUAVKi , Venezuela , Ocl. 8.--illy Mex
ican Cable to the Now York Herald Special
to Tins BBU.I LaGuayra Is In the hands o !
thoCrcsplsts. Goncrul Crcspo has triumphed
nil along the lino. The war Is over. Mem
bers of the government have cither loft the
country oruro trying to got out ns fast as they
After cabling.vou tbo news from Curacoa
of the crushing defeat of the govern
ment forces nt Sun Pedro 1 hur
ried to this city , I found the Crespists
in possession nud the greater pint
of the inhabitants very glad that they wero.
Bcforo Crespo's detachment got hero La
Guayrn wa Illled with rimers. The news of
the dufont of the government forces created
something of u panic that hadn't got fairly
under way before the town boprun to 1111 up
with refugees nnd stragglers fiotn the nrmy
of the Pulido covornmo.it , that had met Its
Waterloo , nnd ml hermits ot the government
who had lied from Ciracns so os to bo out of
the way when Crespo's man got there. There
was a lot of in con diary material gathered In
Admiral \Vallier'H 1'roiiipt Action.
Pillagonnd plunder soon bicamo general.
Many houses were looled , and there wns
much wanton deatrup.tlon of property ,
How far things micht have gone it is im
possible to say it Admiral Walker , uetinp
v'ltk admirable energy and decision , bnd
not landed n force of sailors and marines to
lold Ihe mob in chock nnd preserve order ,
i'ho sailors were warmly welcomed by all
, vho were not themselves seeking plunder.
There is no doubt that much propoity , and
icrhaps many lives were preserved by the
audlng of the men from the cruisers
Chicago and Kcarsagc.
Fugitives from Caracas tell mo that the
roads between hero nnd the capital nro nl-
most ira'jasBa\JIo. Tnoy nro Illled with people
plo who are fleeing , they know not where ,
and are seeking , many of them , to take their
portable property with tliem. Stragglers
and camp followers nro hurrying and scum-
ing to got to the seaside , thus adding lo Iho
Iluve Completely Vanished ,
It Is rumored that Pulido nnd the members
of his cabinet embarked from here nnd got
safely on board some of the vessels Hint wil ;
carry them all beyond Crespo's reach. It i
probable that they have dona so , but 1
haven't been able to find anything of them
The advent of the Cresnists was ballot
with delight. They met with no icsislance ,
Thcro was no organized force to oppose them ,
The remnaut of the jjoverniuont army that
had reached hero was without officers to
command It. The officers descried amid Iho
One fact stands out as clear as the noonday
sun. The revolution has triumphed.
CKIIfsTO HAS CAItACA * .
Ills Victorious Troops .March In and Tnliu
I'nHRCRfclou of tlin ( 'upltnl.
[ CoiiyrlgMcil 153J by Jamas ( iunlon llunnett 1
CAHACAS Vone/.ucla , Oct. S , [ UyMexican
Cable to the Now York Herald Special to
THK BISE.J Caracas has fallen. The triumph
of General Crespo over the government
forces is'complete. The revolution Is thus
After defeating thearmy of thogovernnient
at San Pedro General Crcspo began his march
upon the capitol , and 11,000 ot his Iroops
commanded by Generals Guerra , Kndigurg
and Fernandoenlerod the city last night-
General Crcspo with Iho balance of his
.army is atCalviera , n short distance from
the city. Ilo will enter the capitol tomorrow.
Hud iho ad vance guard of General Crespo's
nrmy bcon angels of neaco Instead of mes
sengers of war inelr advent would not bavo
been moro welcome to iho people of Caracas.
After the crushing defeat at San 1'cdro the
govcrnmentjiercolved that It had played its
last card , and Acting President Pulido and
bis cabinet lied boforc tbu advancing hosts.
J'unlc In iho Oily.
The news caused nn instantaneous panic
throughout the city , which grow In intensity ,
end ns stragglers and refugees from
the defeated nrmy came pouring into
the city tolling the ten-Hied inhabitants -
ants that General Crespo nnd his army
were nt their heels confusion and disorder
relgnod and hundreds of persons JoitioU the
army of fugitives which had started for La
Guayra when the llrst news of the disaster
to the government forces was received.
Then all semblance ofordcr was at an end.
People who bad boon too cowardly to tight
either for or against tlio government , aud
many of IMlldo's solaiers , took advantage of
the situation to bogln rioting and pillaging.
Scores of houses were sucked. These who
bad the inanhood'to prolost against such
outrages were menaced with instant ( loath.
Many were cruelly clubbed nnd beaten
for doling to protect their property ,
The rioters were no respecters of persons.
When the Spanish minister ventured to ic-
moastrato with n gang of plunderers ho was
grossly Ir.sultcd ,
Acting President Villegas Pulido and the
members of his cabinet toolc advantage of the
confusion to blip out of the city. It is ru
mored they embarked on some ship in tbo
harbor of La Guayra perhaps ono of the
government vessels. It ls Impossible , how
ever , to trace their icovcmei'ts at present.
That they sought safety in Hichl is curtain ,
btolo i\crjtlilni : ; roi-liihlc ,
During the three hours that elapsed be
tween tbo it-nomltiloiu flight ol the cabinet
and the advent of General Crcspo's advance
guard tbo looters simply hold possession
of ' .Uo town. There wns nothing
to restrain thorn and they plundered
right and left , tolling whatever
portable property they could lay their bands
on , The inhabitants , who nt flrjt dreaded
tbo advance of General Crospo's soldiers ,
THE BEE BULLETIN.
Wtalhtr far OmnhanwJ rtflntlii
I , ( lorninnV Political Turmoil.
WrslmliiMrr AhlirjCroud i < < ) ultli Demi
Cri-spo rinnll.V Itules Vrnr/iirlii.
I'liT litiroft Oninliu Itonsr * .
Si Sm.ttnr IncitlU nn Ilio Stump ,
Hrlormrr KCMII'A CongrrksloiKil lircord ,
' pccil Itlni ; mid Sport Ing ( ! olp. .
Itiillroiul .Menircc. .
! ! , ( "roii'-iin unit Vim \Vjckut Ko.irney.
.Mclvcl liini'n lliii Cliiinect I'drhiicecii" .
\\liltclie.Xl anil Keinln , l > i < li.itc.
I , IMItiiilul mill Coiiiinrnt.
llentll't WilsliliiKtini Letter.
< " > . ( JeiiPi-iil rolltlril Nn s ,
II. CiMllicIt IlltllVi l.ocul Ne\\ .
lleiulllli : Detlsneil loroinpn Onl ) .
7. lli'lniloilVTilUps tlin Stiinil ,
Speelnl ItcMimc ol Spm tlllii i\rnl : ,
8. Dli-trlrl Court .Notes.
Soiitli Omiilin l.oc.il Now .
10 , Nrlii--inldi Miiniiliietiircr ' iviiMltlon : | ,
Srrrct * tnp | < l > N < ns Nulix.
'riioiiipioii-llointon MIIK K\lpriiilnator ,
11 , Oniilm'h : Trniln Ilex lev ; oil.
( Ir.iln , l'i-o\lsloits mid l.lxc MOCK ,
All A'ldrps ! ! to Nelini- llVoiupii. : .
IU , l.iistVcck III Sochll C'lrelct.
13. ( Mrpnnlrr'H VUlt lo Moicon.
Itoyul Ken mid Its ( Im-dpiis.
.Ifi Miniliiy Sporllug
began to hope and praj' for their speedy nr-
tivnl as the only passible means of obtaining
protection for themselves and property
against the brutal violence and greed of the
mob. Their expectations were not mis
The followers of Crespo ns soon ns tuny
reached the city at once devoted th'olr efforts
to restoring Order and soon succeeded in repressing -
pressing ; all open demonstration of violence ,
but of necessity it must take some lima be
fore the utiforlunnlo city can bo again re
stored to n condition of tranqullity. As
Crospo's men marched Into the city they
were greeted with the applause of hundreds
of their sympathizers , who have boon long
shutuplln the cnpitiil. U wns n good account ,
too , that Crospo's troops gnva to the inhauit-
unls of the city by the business-like way in
which they oispcisod tbo rioters wherever
they cncounlorod thorn , and put nn end lo
Incir nefarious work.
Ill } HA.t .MUCH1.1' . } Hltltlti > .
i\pcilpncu ol \Veilthy : Xe\v Vull ; "Mull
with Wedded IHUs.
New Yoitic , Oct. S. Soph S. Ayers bean
marrying in a quiet way in 1SSS. His lather ,
Abraham Avers , owns n largo iron foundry
on West Forty-fifth street. For n Ions time
Soph thought moro of his line clothes than of
any giri ho know. Hut presently ho met , ono
n-hoso smiles charnnu him so that
ho forgot his clothca long enough lo
marry lwr. They were happy for two or
Ihrco ycaw , then Mr. Soph became
haughty , cold and Indifloront toward his
spouse. He cultivated the acquaintance of
a lady whoso husband had treated her wtlh
equal hauteur , coldness nnd indifference.
IM Scph hoard of their friendship nud ob-
alned a divorce. The husband of Mr. Soph's
uow fiiend nftcnvards dlod and Sspu inar-
'ied her. They lived happily until wllo No.
U began to suspect that her husband was lav-
shing some of Ills affections on another
woman. Trouble then began and llnally the
pair agreed to separate , Soph giving his wife
$ T > 0 a week. This was in lisSS. Mrs. Scph No. 2
heard rumors from time to time lhathor wan
dering htjsband litul become infatuated will ] a
poison of ttio iinmo of Nellie Smith. Hut when
Soph wandered back to the fold nfler ono
year's separation , Mrs. Soph No. 2 relented.
He remained homo only n few months. The
despoiled Mrs. Soph No. 'J led a peaceful llfo
until September 11. Tnun she road this
notice in a morning paper :
DH'.ll Ayer-i. on Tne-'l iv. September 111.
U , Nellie 11. , beloved wife of S. K. Ay UN ,
need 'J * years.
This was an cyo opener. Mrs. Soph in
structed her lawyer lo boirln action for di
vorce at once. This will bo done.
Abraham Ayers read the death notice ,
dried his son Sophs tears nnd give him n
check for S103 to pay for Ibo funeral.
"I wont to Iho funeral. " said Abraham to
n friend the next dnv. ' 'I felt like sobbing
until I looked Into tbo coflln nnd then by
Gcorgo , it w.is Ibo face of a woman 1 hail
never soon. "
"What's this Scph ! " I said lo my son.
"What'h Ihis , No. 2 or ! ) .
"That's No. ! I , father" said Soph behind
hU handkerchief. "And now all I'm afraid
of Is that Sonh will run off and bring In No.
4 before wo got No. 3 settled nnd done for. "
Nebraska' * AdtprtUlni ; Train i\lillilllni : ;
lo TlioiKiinil * Dally.
MII.XX , Mich. , Oct. S. [ bpecial Telegram
to Tun HCK.I | A cold wave , accompanied by
a drizzling steady rain , slrucu Nebraska on
Wheels No. 2 this morning , nt Adrain , Mich.
Notwithstanding that iho train was ono
imlo from town hundreds visited Iho ex
hibits. The sumo condition of nfTiurs existed
at Milan. Farmers and their wives ,
however , braved the elements and declared
that it paid for all their exertions. Tonight
.closes the second week of iho Irain , having
exhibited to no less thmi froni7i,00J ) ( lo 80,030
pcoplo In Illinois , Indiana , Ohio and Mlcnl-
MovrmiuiM ol Ocean SIcainri-K.
At London Sighted Hoslonin , from .Bos
ton : Westornland , iromNnw York.
At Hamburg--Arrived U'lolarid , from
At New York Arrived Fuorst Bismarck ,
from Southamplon ; City of Homo , from
London French line steamer La Ton-
rnlno , from Now York , October 1 , arrived at
Cherbourg at 10 p. in , October S.
Kio nc JANRIUO , Oct. 8. The United States
and lirazil Steamship company's steamer
Marln , from Santos , milled from Kio do
Janeiro for Now York October S.
Attempted to \ \ reck u Train ,
MATS IANDINO , N. J. , Oct. S , An attempt
was made to wreck a train last night near
WInslow , on the Willlninstown brunch of
the Keading railroad. Several rails were
laid across the track and spiked to ( ho tics.
The obstruction wns discovered by persons
who happened tn bo passing aud they were
removed before the train , which was almost
duo , came along. This U Iho third attempt
to wrook trains on the toad within a few
Tlio C'limilamU : il ( iri-i'nnlrli.
GitKESwfcn Vii.i.tai ! , Conn. , Oct. 8.
Graver Cleveland , Mrs. Cleveland and Ruby
Kuth urrlvod in Greenwich on Douodlot's
yacht the Oaclda this afternoon from Huz-
znrd's Hoy. They will bo the gucslt , of Mr ,
Benedict over Sunday. Mrs. Cleveland will
remain bore for a week or moro. Mr , Cleve
land Is coming here for rest whenever bo can
got away from the now pressing duties of
hU campaign ,
'Ilin Drain ( toll ,
Om'MWA , la. , Oct. 8. JudgoK. S Samp-
sou , ox-congressman from the Sixth district ,
died today. Ho had been ill a long time ,
from complications rosuUlnc from Ibo crip ,
DRIVEN FROM HOME
Dr. Rnlph , B. II , Rjbi.iscn . niul W , J.
Mouut Evicted bj Fire ,
BARELY tlME TO GET OUT OF BED
rnmilios Who Hr.il to Hustle ta Escapa
Burning to Denth.
IT STARTED IN A SMALL SHED
Flames Spread with Etaitling Rnpidilj
from House to Ilcmsa.
FIREMEN WERE ALL BUT POWERLESS
reciting on Well Soasiinril Tlmlicr nn'4
Other CoiuliustlliliM tlio ltli : o l.lckril
l' | > i\prytliliiB In Us I'nth
htllllMllUllt Oi Illp lOSM > t.
Ofllcor llynn , walking the upper rnrnnta
street beat at 2 o'clock this morning , discow
ered n bln/o over toward the north , nnd
turned in nn alarm from bo5V . j
The fire was in a shod by the sliio of Dr.
Kalph's residence , 11T orth Twonty-slxth
nvcinio. Before the fire department nrrlve j
the llamos had spread to the roof ot the hous *
and the doctor's family at once commenced' '
to move Its effects onto the sldownlk ,
In n moment the whole shed ami
story of iho house were abla/o , sending a
crrnt llamo of rod lik-lit T.ir up into ihe sky.
On account of the dlstanco nnd
Iho hills lo climb thu firemen were dot
laycd n moment or two , nud while the lines
of hoao were being laid in the Ilames spread
nnd Jumped to the barn of William Fleming ;
directly in the war of iho Knlpli stnblo ,
ho mass of hay In ihis bard
: nucht llko Under and burned' '
s rapidly. Four horses and several wngou '
were In Iho barn , but the llrcmon rushed i
urouph the smouo nnd cut the animals loose1 } !
.bus saving their lives. The building Wtt
burned to the ground , and Including the hay
nud train , will entail , i loss of about $1,200.
Fire reporter Heard made a run to Mr ,
" 'ioniing's ' residence , VOS North Uightoonth '
itreot and brousht him to the scene of tuft
: onllngr.-.tion in time for him to take chare *
of his horses.
From the Homing slnblo , lh
[ lames jumped lo the line frami'
rosldenco of H. II. llobinson , 'J543'
npltol nveuuo and with the rapidity ot'
Ighinlng onvolopad the whole upper storjr
of the building. <
this time Thief Suitor had sent in nri
order for moro hojo rompanios nn4
poured tons of water onto the
burning roofs of the houses ana
: ho bare remains of the two barns. licford
the llamos in Robinson's house could ba
nhecked they sprang to the roof of W. Jt
Mount's house , 2r > ll Capitol avenue , nnd in
the twinkling of an eye almost ihis housa
Willing hands did overylhing possible
to save the furniture on the lower llooii1
and a gioat deal of " "property from th $
Ihreo houses wns carried into Ihe sireet.
Dr. Ralph had some insurance on th
oonlenls of his houso. as did Hobinson
nnd Mouut. All of the three dwelllng4
and the two barns will bo a total Josu.
Olio of Dr. Hnlph's horsc.svas burned Iri
the barn. The total lois will bo upwards of
? 10,000. _ _
.Mnl < t'lunccrsshil Attcinnti t *
iiow Op.ii u mile.
WATHKIOO. Nob. , Oot. S ( Special Telegram
gram to Tin ; IlpiAbout : ] 4 o'clock this
morning this qulot little town was vlsitod by
burglars. They went to .fohn Anthon' *
blacksmith shop , forced the door auA
got all iho lools they ncoaod.
They then wont to the postofflc *
where they knocked iho Unob of tu
snfo off and tried to force the door with
dynamite , but not succeeding they adjourned
to L. W. Donton's grocery store for refreih-
tncnls , but tinning no cash In the drawer
they decamped with a few small articles.
Sovort.1 of our villagers hoard the explosion.
in the postofilco , but as U U n common occur *
rcnce to hear a gun discharged at that tlmft
of day thought nothing ot it.
1'ji til I Accident at Inliniil.
ItASTi.sn" . Nob. , Oct. 8. [ Special T ! a.
gram to Tin ; HirAugust : ] Ilopnor. 4
farmer living south of Inland , wont to that
place ycstordny for n load of stono. Toward
evening the team rolurnod with the stone ,
out without the driver. . A soorcli wns In
stituted by the family nud Mr , Ilopnorva *
foui.d in a ditch by me roadside witla.
several ribs broKen and scarcely nlivo. 11 $ .
waj taken to his homo , wii'rj ho dlod about
11 o'clock. It is snppoieJ ho foil from thft
wngon , _
Itcrovurln ? lioin ilu , I'lre.
CI.\T CK.NTKH , Nob. OJt. 8. fSnaolnl to.
Tin ; liii.l : l.oeal moruhanU arc netting
straightened around slnea the flra ntid all of
them have found places In which : o continue
business , Other murchants and buslnes * *
icon have boon verv kind in dividing their
room nnd helping iho unfortunate one ) .
Mosl of tboio who lost buildings nro making
preparations to rebuild with brick or Iron , stf
that although Individuals have sufferog
heavy loss , It will result In grout good to tb | (
town in scourlug moro substantial building * *
llcatrlrn hlinaf lill uy War.
Bnvnticis , Nob. , Qct. 8. IBpocml Toll *
gram to Tins IJBK.l The street railway w *
has cotro to nu armistice. Late last night
the Itwitrico Hapltl Transit and I'owcr com.-
pany was oujolnod from proceeding with
further work on the North Sixth street Hoc
on tbo complaint of Mrs. A. G. Johnston ,
The temporary Injunction was granted by
Judge ilabcock. The cases ngalnst L , 1'J ,
Spencer , Paul Horbach and N , M , Drum *
back , all rapid transit ofllcials , set for trl .l
today , were continued until Monday ,
Wreck on tlio raiiliiiiidlr ,
DTfof , O , , Oct. 8. A I'nnhandlo pnnen *
gor train last night run at full speed into
fr leht uear Harulno station. Doth engine *
and a number of cats wore wrecked. EtX
glnccr Joseph .Mchols of the jiassongcr tralft.
was killed aud another iralnumu Lurt , !
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