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FHE OMAHA ! DAILY BEE
TWENTY-SECOND YEAR. OMAHA , TUESDAY MOll NG , OCTOBER 11 , 1802. iNUMUER III.
IRVINE ON TRIAL AT LINCOLN
Banker Montgomery's Slayer Before the
Court Firet Day'a Proceedings.
EMOTIONAL INSANITY MAY BE THE PLEA
Wlmt thn Qtipslliinn of Iho OpTiMiso Initl-
c.itr Proulilu Ili-ttrri-u tlio Attorm-js
CoiiAiiliinM .Murli Tlmu I'lmlllmi
Air , I.iinhertioii Occupied.
Ltscot.v. Nob. , Oct. 10. fSpaclal to TUB
Bun. | It lacked three minutes of 10 o'clock
this morning when Sheriff McClay calledtho ,
district court to order , and the long looked ,
lor trial of W. ll. Irvine was on. Judge O.
W. Powers of Salt Like City , ono of the at
torneys for the defense , was Introduced to
the court , Judge Hall then called the case
of the state against Irvine and County At
torney Snoll announced lht.t ho was icudy to
proceed with Iho trial.
Uctoro ino formal proceeding * were com
menced , Attorney C. O. Whodon for the defense -
fonso arose and made oral objection to the
appearance of U. M. Lambertson In tlio
prosecution. Attorney Abbott was put on
the stand o tosiify thut , uctliig unoor In
structions from Mr. Irvinu. ho had retained
Mr. Lambert-ion to assist In the dufenso n
few days utter the tragedy.
< tp | > riliillicit of tlio I'lUoiHT.
At this Juncluro Iho prisoner was con
ducted lo u seat within the bar bosldu his
ntloruoy. M" . Irvine's appearance was In
mm lied conlrnat with his last appearance In
court. For a week after Iho tragedy Mr
Jrvlno was almost comnlotolv proatrulod and
buffered great mental nnony. When he ap
peared at bis piellininary examination ho hud
to bo supported to and from his cartiagc , and
and us ho tat In court his form was continu
ally shaken by convulsive sobs and his face
wns bathed in tears.
This morning ho presented nn altosothcr
different nppouinuco. Ho wns calm and self-
possessed and curried himself easily. Ho is
a man appaicntly about iJ ) yours of iici' ,
ll hlly built , fair complexion , snt.dv mous-
tncho and closely clipped hulr. lie was
arcsscd in a suit of darit clothes , four button
cutaway co.it , standing collai and blncK
four-in-hand tlo. He nppeareu lo bo in per
fect health nnd If ho had any intsilvlngs as
to the outcome of the trial his featureguvo
Attorney Abbott teslllled quito positively
thiit ho had ictnlnod Mr. Lambertson ; that
ho had discussed the merits ot llio case with
him ; Ihnt ho had written to Mr L-imborlson
while the lalter w as in Kurope nnd again nt tor
he had rolurncd. Mr. Lambetlson subjected
his biolhor iittoinov to a very Hgid cross-
examination , after which H. D. Stearns , also
lor llio dolensc , look Iho stand and tola ted
the details of onu or two con venations ho
hud hud with Mr. Lumbermen. The latter
then teen Iho stand In his own behalf and
inudo a detailed atatemer.t of all Ibo convor-
halions ho had hud with Mr. Aboott nnd
Btatcd thai if Abbott said that lie ( Lnmboit-
ken ) hud over been inloimod of the line of
defense the statement was absolutely and
unqualifiedly false. Ho denied emphatically
that ho hud received n retainer or ttiat he
bud been offered one. Nonily all of the nl-
tornojson balh stdrs were placed on Ihe
tttumf ami all woio positive in their answers.
Thoontlio forenoon wns taken up in tlie-ox-
amlnalioii of the witnesses and the argu
ments of the atlornoys.
Mr. I.imli i Isoo liiirri'il Out.
The arguments for und ngnlnsl the motion
to bar Mr. Liiuiuornon from nny participa
tion in tbo trial wore very exhaustive jind
were not concluded until 3 o'clock. In sup
port ot the motion Mr. Whodon claimed
thnt tbn defense had all ulone acted under
the bcllot that Mr. Lamucrtson's services
bad liccn secured to them and that the merits
of the case had been discussed with him ,
Thi ? , Mr. Lumbortson declared with con
siderable warmth was absolutely nnd
unqunlilicdly false , und thnt he was pre
pared to buck it UP in the couit room or out-
In rendering his decision Judge Hall re
viewed Iho testimony biictlv nnd stated that
ns ho understood the la.v Mr. Lambcitson
hud bcon retained by the dofcnso until he
had given official notification lo Ibo contrary
The defense hid received no such notlllca.
Uon until tho''Stli of September. Ho would
therefore sustain the motion.
PicM'iTcliiiftilth tlii-Trl il ,
The dlsburmcnl of Mr. Lnmbcilson as fai
us this \\us.coiicernuil . wus ovldontlj
ut.oxpcctcd by the piosecutlon. It was verj
cleaily asovoie blow to Mr. Lumbcrtson nut
ho nskcd the court for the prlviiouu of boini
heard again in his own behalf. Thacoun
uxtoiuicd him thu privilege , but Intimnlei
that his opinion could not bo shnkon. Mr
Lamborison accepted the Inevitable ant
withdrew from Iho court room.
County Attorney Sncll nskcd for at
adjournment until tomorrow morning , hut It
answer ton question from Mr. Whcdon hi
declined to Htute whether or not ho would b
roouy for Irinl in tbo mon.ing. The defense
Insisted on proceeding at ouco and Judgi
Hull oidorud the jurv called.
Working lei it iliuj.
The caie exorcised by the attoruoys ot
both sides In examining and cross-exam
inlng the jurymen may bo taken ns nn ovl il
donco that it will likely bo soveial day
befoio a Jury Is Hnnlli seemed. Atlornoi
Slournn , who conducted Iho examination fo >
the defense , was persistent In asking nn
iiuestlon of each talusmnn , II was : "Huvi
you nnv prejudice against nnv parson who
when licensed of a heinous offense , sets in
Iho plea of Insnnlt ) 1" County Attorno'
Snoll objected to tLu quoslion on the grouni
of its Inclevancy nnd iiicoinpotoacy , and th
court sustained the objection ,
Up to tha hour of adjournment but twolv
talesmen had been ox a mi nod Of these thru
Hinted thai they had nlieady formed nn opln
ton as to the cnill or innocciico of the nc
cusetl mid Ihoy were challenirod for cause
Olhois were passed for causo.
foturlilKw Odd IVHonN ,
Cot.Klilimi : , Neb , . Oct. 10. [ Special Toll
Brain to Tin : BUB , | The Odd Fellows <
this place having completed a ball organi/c
u lodge with twont-six charter mombou
They gave a bnnqunl on opening , assisted h
visiting members finm llartliigton and Bo
iion. The Coleridge cornet hand furnltuo
cplcmlld music for the occasion ,
Ni liniNltii'H I'liu JEocor I.
Noiiru HBNP , Nob. , Oct. 10 , ( Special Te
ogram to Tin ; BUB. ] Two large hay slue !
just wesl of town , containing about 13 tot
of timothy belonging to Howling and Pu
cell , buinud hnro ihU afteiuoon. No insu
unco ; lo s , f
I.oniluu riiiiincliil ltair. .
tCop > rlk'liU-J I8J. by Jumu4 iiUrdun lliiniMtt 1
LOMHIV , Oct , 10. | Now Yorlt Herat
Cable Special to THE Bet-.J Apart from !
Tow ipoclni socuritloi whloh mot with oxco
tlonal atioutioii , business has been quiet c
the block exchange , the proximately sotI (
wont , Wednesday bolng the llrat dav , choc ' !
ng novv ciigagiiineuts , Contois Improve
1't.d , Jn loioign eovoriitiiont. seturitl
the feature has been tliuinc . I
A'Jiorlcau isfiios were freely bid for. Argo '
tlnoand Unwlllan Holds uavuuccd > i to i
nor rent. Homn rau < vu > e huvo bean morn <
less dull fiom the opening to ihe clos
Amur lean with uae or two exceptions clo * <
d'Jll , but vor > little business hut boon trim
ctud. Louisville \ Nashville has glvi
way ' nor cent oti * a'o ' of ever 3,000 shuro
Hovcral others Inavo off ' 10
lo-vcr , but Ohio A Mississippi at
Jotn er ( irofuroncu HIM llrm at an advuuco
1 and Sj ivsiipotlvciv. liraud Trunk U go <
in touo and to sa parcont higher uu prc
vci-tof fuvoiiililo stulo'iiuut tomoirow Ca
vuiun I'aiMtlc ! weak and M per ruut lowi
U i ngtiu bcc2luie ivantcu uud s.U >
loans have bcon obtained nt ' ; par rent.
The discount tnarkcl lus boon firmer owing
to continued to export of cold to tbn conti
nent. Throe mouths' bills were quoted at
1'i ' to 1 per cent.
ritif > uMiti > .M MS ivnt.n.
\\joiniiiK' VlRlluntrs Do AM 113-U'llli.i I'nlr
if Simpprlrd Homo Ihlnvns.
CASI-.VH , Wvo , Got , 10.-Special ( Tola-
pramloTitr. Bnr.J Moaero OolalU of thoi
shooting of two man botwoan Itonanza and
Pyutvlllnin Johnson countv , two hundred
miles north of here , has just reaction Caspar.
The men killed are 1) ibb , the man who last
year fought u pistol duel near Lander , Wyo. ,
nnd a straneo Texan.
It scorns that two men were nriestoil for
horseBtc.illng two weeks ago and Riven ex
amination and turned loose. Instead of
leaving the countrv as nxpectetl they at
tempted to terrorize ) the community by shoot
ing ut the pcoplo and were ngnln arrested
and sentenced to jail nt Buffalo , Wyo. _ Cou
ntable Hcilly started with the moil for Buf
falo , n dlstaticn of some hundred and llftv * .
miles across thu Big Horn mountains. A
party of masked men cimo upon their camp
llio llrst night nnd overpowered the oftlcor ,
tilled eacli prisoner's head full ot bullets ,
savoring Iho heads from the bodies and mu
tilating thorn In [ earful shapo. The moil are
supposed to bo horse thieves ntid belong lo
Ihe gang operating in southern Montana and
the Yellow stone country ,
BUFFALO , \Vvo. , Oct. 10 , [ Special to Tun
IH.n.Sheriff ] Angus has received a letter
from Jack Don aim o , his deputv In the Big
Horn baUn , relating to Iho killing of iwo
leputcd horse Ihiovos. It appears thnt the
two men , whoso names are given as Bedford
and Birch , were aircstcd In Fiomont county ,
brought , into Johnson county nnd taken before
Justice Peay. Tha juago decided thnt ha
had no jurisdiction in Iho matter , nnd ordered
them to he turned loose. Afterthcli iclcasc.
In consequence of some lenurus they made ,
the two men were re-u : rested and lined $ K
for contempt of court. This line they re
fused to pay , and Ihov were committed to the
Johnson county Jail nt ButTalo. Tha men ob
jected to being soul in charge of .loo Hogors ,
who had tumii in custody , and in dofcrcnco
lo their wishes , Mr. Seaman , n clerk In Iho
store at the mouth of Paint rock , a respect
able citizen well known in the basin , was do
puled to accompany them to Bufialo.
homo lima after thev started , when in the
vicinity of McUctmott's much , thiywei
mot PV thico men. who hold them UP , and
took the Iwo pilaouors , who were lied 01
lliblr horses , from their guards , compelling
thorn lo turn hack. Thu prisoners woic
nttcrwnrds found dead on the road. Thov
had pccn shot. Seaman relumed home , tint
Hogers , alter telling the Instico that ho was
nfinid that same crooked work was tnkincr
place ! In this count } , loft , and wont over into
the adjoiningcountv of Fremont. Honors had
been woiking till summer for tha Baj State
Ca'tlo company , whoso hcidqur.rtur- In
iho basin , nnd u is not known why ho dta
not rotuin Iheio. The four persons whoso
mimes are civen are well known to several
pirties in Buffalo. Joe Hogers ran a menlo
game hero in 1SbU. The reputation of Iho
two mon t\ho wcio killed is said to bo bad ,
nna thov wuio known lo bo horse thieves
Killed In i.ittlitsiial ( ( > Mount.iln.
CASI'I it. W > o , Oct. 10. ISpeclul Telegram
toTnr Bin I Yestordnv as Mrs. William
Gicgg , formerly ot Hawlins , was driving
down the foothills In the Uittlosnnko mnun-
tains her toim look fright aud ran away.
Shu was tin own out of iho wagon nnd in
stantly killed. She leaves a family of seven
children nnd a hiubjnd. L-5uo will bo buried
! \ m\ri2it.
O. I ) . .Mi-nil ol Oinilliii Coniliilts Sniclile In
Dr.NVEH , Colo. . Oct. 10 [ Spocinl Tfllo-
grnm lo Tun Un : . | Ovrus Mo.ul , a younc
marnod tnau , batng out of work nnd without
money , committed suloido last night bv the
morphine route. Ho was lound this morn
ing dead in his bed In the Schramui block ,
near Xutiir's brewery. A box which had
contained ono-fourth grain morphine pills
told the moans of suicide ,
- Two letters in his nocnot nudrosscd to his
wife and mother ill Omaha said that ho
would bo dead when thov were read. A note
was also found in his pocket giving his last
directions. The wife is stuv ing al bOli South
u Fifteenth street , Omaha , Both letters to
, her nnd his mother were addressed to that
Mis. Mead has resided at the address
given but moved nwav recently and no ono
In Iho building knew her present address.
It was stated by some of the tenants that
the suicide nnd his wife had separated re
cently and that was thought to oe ono of the
icasons for his act.
nj.s/ ; ; . \
> u\ir.il ) Unllroail Olllc'luN In Coiifurriu'i ) at
Salt Liikfl City.
SVI.T LVKIU. . T. , Oct. 10. ( Special Tele
gram to Tuu Oi'K. | Hoprojontullvos of BOV-
" oral railroad companies. Including Iho Hio
( ( irando Western und Union Pacific- , met
hero today to discuss lecal freight rates. The
Hio C ! ran Jo Western fiottlod Iho local dls-
tiibuling lalos to the mutual satisfaction ol
the company and the committee of shippers
with whom Ihoy conferred. The Union
n Pnclllo will discuss the sumo subject , und
i- will liltelv render n similar derision. Then
l'S Hlo Orando Is roproscntoa by Colonel Dodge
'Sy general manager , und Oeneral Freight Agonl
y Kabcock , Iho Denver , t Hio Cirando by Uon-
r oral Freight Agent Wells , the Southern
10 Pnciflo by Hichurd Gray , general iralllc
( ) manai-'or wllh headquaitors in Sin Fran-
, clsco , the Chicago , Hock Island ft Pacific by
IP General Freight Agent M. M. Sago , with
IV ' headquarters at Chlcairo , the B , & M. b >
Itl Gonsral Protght Agent George II. Crosbv
10 and the Atchlson , Topouii , V. Santa Fo b )
General Fielghi Agent F. C. Uruy.
i. i < i > ii'lii : & \\untciii ,
New Yoith , Oct , 10. The directors of the
Lake F.rie vV Western Hiilioad company to.
day re-elected Calvin S , Iliico prosldout ant
T. M. Schwan vice president.
The usual quarterly I'ivldond of 1' pat
cent upon the praforrod stock was declared ,
of It is officially stated that the Interest on the
Toledo , St. Louis ft ICunsns City U per con
s. oonds , duo Ducomber 1 , will bo paid.
At the annual mootinc on November II
IS'C. , the stockholders will bo asked to approve
30 provo a loan for $13,50.1,000 In the shape of i
consolidated Hrst mortgage rtinnini ; for flftj
yours at 4 per cent. Of this amount $ " ,500 > ,
000 will he reserved to rotlro putslandui )
sixes. The remaining HO'JO.OOO will bo uscc
ks for impiovomenU
The of the Western TrnOJo
1)3 ) meeting nsso
ir. elation will bo held tomorrow. Well In
funned parties declare that ino associatloi
has outlived its usefulness and that Jo li <
Gouhl'n Ido i of a money pool will suci-eei
the prejont organlzitlon , Others claim tha
Iho Atchlson and Missouri Pacific will iccod
from their position and lake buck thei
Id letters of withdrawal and that , the old asao
elation will bo continued.
Itkllronil siiinrliitciiclcnt | .
NP.W Yoiiv , Out , lo , The Ainorlca
'k- Society of Hill road Superintendents hcl
its twenty-Hrsl annual mooting here toda y
Tbo following oulcors were elected : Pros
Its idcnt , H. Stanley Goodwin , general uaster
suporlntcmlc'tit Lohigh Vallov ; Hrst vie
" " provident , (1. ( W. Beach ; second -vice pro *
idont , C. H. Plait ; socroiary , C. A. Hair
or mend , superintendent Boston Hovero Beac
90.cd Is , Lvnn railroad ; trt'uaurer. H W , Sulli y
Hichmond .t PitUburg. Hxcoutiva con
lultteu to servo ono vn.iri W. G , Walsoc
West Shore , nr.d C. I ) . Hammond.
of Uiiioioo , 111 , Out. 10. A mortcago ha
iod been foreclosed on the establishment c
Jacob Itrotvn A : Co. , miuiufacturcrs of ovei
ulU ut Piilliuan , by local biults. The pn
or.rt prlctors have disappeared. Llablllllc
SCHOOL CHILDREN PARADE
New YcrVs Columbian Celebration Now
Well Under Wny.
GAY WITH FLYING FLAGS AND BUNTING
sliPil I'l-optu ltru w the lriirp slnii
IIS It 1'it-ctrt Along YollMB tPM Mioxv
Their Patriotism \n i : rltlnR Incl-
< lcnt sjiiilii'n ( Vlcliriitlou.
Nnw YOIIK , Oct. IU. Now York opened
wide her great doors today and & 00.000
strangers came In and were banqueted with
great sights and weal to bad content.
It wns the third day of the Columbus cclo
tirnilon ihe Hist secular observance , autl
It showed what a great city can
dn Ir. u great emergency. It
mot the call upon ita resources
with dignity and decency. The city met Its
puosts In a hospitable spirit. It pave them a
errand , free exhibition of marching Uv 2. > ,000
school and college boys nnd a free pyiotoch-
inchat display from the noblest bridge which
swings between the oirth and sky , vxtlh a
number ot lessor illuminations not lo bo de
spised , nnd it cupped Iho whole with ono of
those perfect days which the inhabitants of
other nitios somotlmos dream of. b ut which
only Now Yorkers experience In all their
"Flirt n dimes M } Hoy. "
Who ilia not hoar thnt fond , maternal cry ,
which sounded so many times along Iho peopled -
pled league of slroots , where llvo nnd twenty
thousand pairs of llttlo foot were bravely
marching in honor ot the gieat Columousi
Who did not echo iu his heart of hearts ibis
glad cry of love aud pride I
"My boy. "
Our bovs , if you nleaso , the city's pride ,
the hope of the future , thu nation's coming
bulw-aik , the seeds of citizenship sowed in
schools nnd colleges whera Ihoy nio being
trained , let up hope , in the way Ibat they
"ihere comes my boy.1
Sound It nlong the line nud lot the borib-
boncd sire-its ocno It again , 'iho ua.vs
are coming , bo assuied , ns they
never came before. The cry Is the
sign nnd linpoit of the day. Look up
the broad a von no Line on line , und sot r.oil
mass on mass. Shoulder to shoulder , liku
veterans of the drill room ; heads erect , eyes
fiont , as pioud as unvsoldiers thai over bore
homo triumphant , colors , Ibo mailing of u
score ot regiments uud moro to carry , wbila
Ihe brisk inclotlv ot marching feet rings out
from Iho pavonients with a mirtinl sound ,
enchanting the eais and boegailng tlio best
music of the bands or most inspiring strains
of fife and dium.
Make wuv for the bov , thoio ! Il is his dav
and ho is hero of It.
The colouration begau with a parade
of the students in Iho schools unu col
leges , iu which about , 'JOJJ , young peo-
plu look part. It started at Fitly
seventh stieot and marched down Fifth avenue
nuo to Seventh stioot ; across to Fourth
avenue : thence to Fourteenth street , and
back to Fifth avenue ; thence alrng Fifth
avenue ana under the arch at Utuveisitv
place , where the parade alsbandod. The
procJBsion was made UP of twentv regiments
of utammar school children uumbciini : 10-
500 , and 1,000 children from iho Long Island
clly schools. The Homnn Catholic schools
of the city wore represented by 5 , . > 00
scholars. Then came the students of Colum
bia college to the nurnner of 1,000 ; the Uni
versity of Now York , 1.200 ; Collouo of New
York , 500. Tncsc weie followed by tbo
students from medical and phaiinaccutic.it
colleges , art and other school * , unifoimed
military schools , private , church and mlscel
Inneous school ? .
The day opened at sunrisn with a salute
from Iho cannon of old Fort Columbus on
Govornoi's island. The citv is in gala
nttiro. Everywhere public buildings , busi
ness houses and private icsldences , elevated
tiains , surface cars , wagons , tiucks , cabs ,
ana even iho horses wora decked out with
hunting , Hags nnd streaincis , ironialoufi ana
rosettes , shields , festoons and garlands , in
honor of the day. The woalhor was porfcct ,
with bright Minshinounrt nisp , invlironuing
air. On improvised stands , on front door
steps , in windows , on trucks and wagons ut
intersecting streets. In fact , overv coign of
vantage wus seized on by as many as could
gain a footing to vlow llio procession.
Tno niHichlng column wns reviewed bv
Vice President Moitou , Governor Flower
nud the muvorof the city. The boys pie-
Btjrved excellent order , nnd passed the
stands will Iho sleudv tioad ot veterans.
On ono ftand 2,000 school girls dressed in
red , wbuc and blue , sang patriotic son s as
their mates passed by.
Kx-Presidont Cleveland was among those
wuo witnessed the paiado.
Torci Down 1111 KiiKlUli ring.
I'ho great parade of school boys today
demonstrated the patriotism of the rising
generation. Twenty-live Harlorn schoolboys ,
however , pave evidence in a inoio onectivo
way by toaung down nnd tramplin ? uuuor
- foot an English Hug displayed mono in ( ronl
of a Harlem store. At S o'clock this mornIng -
Ing , boys ranging from 115 to IT.vcnrs of ago ,
were coming down Columbus avouuo on their
way to join Iho big parade when near
the corner of L'lihty-lblrd stieet
they saw a largo English' Hag Heating hi i
, front 01 a cigarstoro kopthynn Hugllshinap.
No other Has was dlspluyoJ and the boys
thinking It un-American to dlsniny a for
eign Hag without a United States Hair
with it , gathered In front of tbo store and
- demanded the storekeeper to either raise an
American HUB or lower the English tins ; .
This the keeper of tbo stoio refused to do.
After considerable angry discussion and
sovora throats on the part'of the boys , a llt
tlo follow ctimbod up on the shoulders of ona
of tin larger companions to tear down the
English Hug , As soou ns the others could
got t'jolr hands on the objectionable Hag they
toro It into hundreds of pieces nnd scattered
the fragments about the streets , tiaiupllnif
them under foot and cheering loudly. The
slotokcapar was. indignant , and looked as
thougn ho would attack the boys. 'L'ho sym
pathy of the crowd , however , was with the
boys , nnd hoconsldoiod discretion the bettoi
part of valor , nnd , after throntonlng to have
the bojs attested for malicious destruction
ot propci ty , ho rallied to his store.
' - Mnrrril by ArciclcnU.
a Brooklyn bndgo was the place of attrac
y tion this evening. A gorgeous d'splay ' ol
- Hrawoiks bad bcon promised. At'an fu fo
IS early hour great crowds oegnu tc
gather at points of vantage on
the liver front In both cities , while
- hundreds of crafts loidoa with passengers > ,
n- weto anchoiod at favorable points In the
nin river and baibor. All the high buildings 0d 0n
lisa Now Yorlt near the river were utilized anil
sa those in Puric How and other near sticoli
It were lairly covered with people. The dis
la play fully met tbo expectations of the people '
ir Just at the conclusion of the display an
acclucnt occurred on the plor at the foot ol
Heckman strcot that was attended with los ;
of life. Tbo ship Reaper baa tied un on tin
southern sldo of the bridge and the cantalt
in sal on the deck of the vessel. The viis.sc
Id was unloaded and stood high out of the natcr
Idy necessitating a gangway fully thirty fos
long and strotcbea from the ship to the doclti
3rn at an nngio of Ii5 degrees.
rn The gangway was crowded , when sud
CO doaly theio was u crash and thu plank brok <
js- In the middle. Bomo of tno people uon
nsh thrown In a heap on the pier , many sustain
shy ing painful hurts and bruises. At least otic
, man fell into the ri\or and was drowned. \
\\omantnthonxcitoment was pushed eve
the pier. She was rescued.
Whlln watching tbo liroworks on thi
bridge tonight , John \Valnwrlght fell frou
the top of i four-story building , susu.mini
anof Internal injuries and u fracture of the skull
of Ho wu * laueu to a hospital , dying.
I'ruoldi-nt IliirrUou .Muyttuiul. .
\V msr.Tov D. C. , Oct. HIA Rpcola
oi the invuibvrs of the cuUuel wa
hcliJ at the State tielparimont this afternoon
for tbo puiposoof 'nrrmicluiT for federal par
ticipation In the .Columbian celebration In
Now York this wcfck. [ It was decldod that
nil the members of the cabinet should uo
present IP Now Yo'rk. at some time during
the week to represent the ndmlnlstiation.
If President ItVrl oa goes nt nil ho will
probably leave Wrfchlnttton tomorrow night.
SPAIN'S $ } iMitt\TtO.V. :
Drpnrtnrp of tti * KliiK nnd the Octrc n
Mntlitfr lor llncUn.
CADIOct. . j 10. Enormous/ crowds
watched the departure of the gunboat
Condo Valtdorno\convoyliiK \ queen regent
Christiana and the royal party fet Huelva ,
where they will tnko part In the Columbus
celebration. The ctunbont was escorted by n
Hcot of foreign wAf Jhlpj. The balconies
ot the butldincs ( along Iho quays were
handsomely decorated with Hags and bunt
ing , and tilled with Indies nnd children.
The sccno was a most pretty nnd animated
ono , The haruor was tilled with alt kinds
of craft , gaily deoVntcd. A number of ex
cursion steamers crowded with passengers
trailed aloncr after thu ships , presenting ,
with their Hags rr.tl other decorations , a
niailna plctura that Ims seldom been
equalled in Spanish wnturs.
Ono particularly pretty and novel feature
of this novel parade was a smaller steamer
thnt shot hero nnd tlioro about the harbor ,
picking Its way uinbni ; the crowded vessels
ns though a most Bktlllul hnnu wcro guiding
it. livery where It wont It was greeted with
cheers and shouts of admiration , Thoblcniiicr
was manned by n numberof handsome young
Indies of Cadi ? , ull of whom looked parllcn-
laily attractive itl their nattv sailor uut
forms. After the warships had stinted tno
little steamer fell In line and followed after
them. The Conda Vallderno , tbo Oout con-
vovlng the queen recent and royal paity , had
a pleasant trip up tbo coast from Cadiz.
\Vhon tno warship arrived off iluolvn she
wus mot bv u transport , on board of which
were boner Canovas del Cnstollo , the munici
pal authorities , the diplomats who are visit
ing Uuelvn and a number of otbor dignitiir-
les. Twenty-three Snanish and foreign men-
o-war were ranged in line , and as the cun-
boat with the royal party on board entered
the bay the nearest warship llrcd n royal
siduto. This was repeated bv the next ship
in the linonnd so on until every ono of the
twonty-thico vessels.bud saluted Itttlo King
Alfonso , who was with his mother on the
Condo Valldorno. Thu ships were all
dressed In rainbow fashion , and us the ro\al
patty passed vnnls were manned uud nil
naval houoi * paid. i
The Condo Vulldornn came to anchor off
Iho monastery of La Kabidn. Boats weto
loworoa nnd the roynl party were takun
ashore and to the old monastery whore Co-
I u in bus .ei'ijivad the Hrst encouragement in
his sciieine w.iloh 'od ' to the discovery of anew
now world. After inaiuetinir the venerable
pllo. tbo loyal party /returned / to the gunboat ,
which then procooaed to Eluelva. Tlu1 qj2"ii
recent and King Alfonso will diseiubailc hi
state tomorrow. 1
Impnililiit ClmiiKCS A mlo unit rrojtuseil In
Miii CliurcJi Itltiinl.
Bvi.TiMonr , Md.t Oct. 10. The Episcopal
general convention resumed Us sessions Ibis
inoinmg. After dovoljonal exorcises and n
memorial for deceased jmombars tha revision
of thu piavor book wjisresumed. ] The follow
ing was inserted in the marriage service
between the words i"vvhichis commanded" :
"Is nn honorable esthto institulod of Uod in
the timu of man's indecency , signifying unto
us ihe mjsticnl union Jtnul is betwixt Christ
nnd the church , w'aich hjlv estate Christ
adoinud and ue.iutl il with His presence
and the Hist mlracioi that , JIo wrought iu
Canaof GnltllcoNand "
The house of plnhops of the tiienninl gon-
nrul convention , in secret session , as is ens-
loninry , was ut * .voik today on nmandtnonts
to iho canons. The amendment to the canon
relating to communion alms and requiring
the clergy lo report the amount of such alms
to tlm bishop of the diocese , if icquirod by
him , was adopteu.
The pioposed canon providing for the ap
pointment of suffrage blsrops caused much
discussion and was llnally referred to a
The new-canon on mairiago and divorro
also came iu for a largo share of the bishop's
attention. Action was not completed al
though a portion of It was nctcd upon favor
ably. It contains the following provisions :
"Nn minister shall solemnize thu inaulago
of nny person under IS years of ago , unless
the parent or guaidiun of such parson bo
present , or shall huvo fjlvon written consent
lo the marriage.
"No minister shall solemnize a marriage
etcopt in Iho presence of al least two wit
"Every minister of the Protostnat Enisco-
pil chinch shall kesp an official register of
mairins-os , lo contain the names , birth place ,
ago , residence uud condition of all persons
married which shall bo signed at tbo lime of
inamaga by each coupla married , two wit
nesses and by thu nUnlster performing Ino
"No minister shall solemnise the marriage
of nny person who has a tlivorced husband
or wifu living , if the husband or wife has
boon pat away for any cause arising after
mairingc , but this shall not hn held to npplv
to the innocent party Jn a divorce for iho
cause of adultery or to parties once divorced ,
seeking to bo untied iiguin.
"No rninlsler shall admisislorholy baptism
or Iho holy communion lo any person mar
ried in violation of the discipline ot the
church , but tno sacraments shall not bo re
fused lo pnuilcnls in imminent dantrur of
Action on this canon will oo completed to-
The croatost diacuftion was on the resolu
tion which provided for the substitution of
psalm No 01 for psalm No. 09 In the service
for Good Friday afternoon. Too ques
tion as to which 1 * the proper psalm
for use in this service has beou dis
cussed thioughout , tbo church for yonis.
The Church of England and the Protestant
Episcopal churches of ull lands , except the
United States , use'the ' ( i9th psa ii. Many
maintain that the fi'.lth not into iho American
service by a lypoeraphical oiror.
The resolution to subsiiiuto the Tilth for
the ( Kith w s defeated , the veto standing :
Clergy , na > s , 'II ; 'ayos , 111 ; divided , 5.
Laliy , nays , 'M ; a.vos , 17 ; alvidcd , 4.
3lo\riutiiili * ol Ocein Str.inifi * ,
At Qunoimown Ayilved Arizona , from
Now York. ,
Al Hamburg Arrived-Normannlji from
New Yoik. .
At Southampton A'rrived Saalo , from
Now York. . , '
AlGIusgow ArrlvodOUi bluio of Nevada ,
from Now York.
f At Bremen Arrlv' ' J4 Wolmer , froraUaltl
At London Slfih ! efl U'orra , from Now
o At Scllly Signal Cf-Suevia , from Now
At Antwerp Arri - . \ \ ostornland , from
At Philadelphia Arrived Ciloulold , from
* Glasgow. i J
At Now York-ArJlrod Thiugvalla , fioin
Slottln ; Allor , from
Will Ilu ttciilt in loun.
o s la. , Oct. 10 , The Iowa Iron
works this morning received olllclal notlllca-
tlon that the contruci or building the United
Statcb war v < sulVillmm U'lndom , had
been uwaidod It at its bid of | 'JS,500. This
Is tno same linn that U building toipedo boat
I run I UKVruIciT. .
U. O. , Ost. lO.-Mrs. Hani-
ion is much weaker tonight than aha boa
been for some day * past , owing to the moro
rapid progress of the disease. Sh ? slept the
greater part of thi day , but the sloop was
10 not of a rofreahlug character ,
Took tile Oath of Olllm.
WASHivrof , D , C. , Oct. 10 , ( Joorgo
Hluras , Jr. , tbe now Justice of the supreme
court 01'.ho United biatoi. t'joktha oath of
otUco this moruhii' , 9tup assoinblmi : of thai
body after vacation , aud was so.UsJ
hU follow judgci.
tit 1 1 TTisAintlTii ni p i PP1\
ALL PLAllSMOlJlH PLbAShl )
Qranil Sucotsi of Lnst Niijlit's ' Entbusi-
nttio Ilppubllcan Rallji
THURSTON'S ' ELOQUENCE APPRECIATED
ol thn l ) y llnmllcil In mi lotrtll *
Kent Miiiiurr U'onil UUcr I'l-oplci
DUuppolcitnt In Not lli-nrlni ;
duilgo Urouutu Spciiki
Pt.ATTsMOUTIl , Nob. , Oct. 10. ( Special
Tolcirroni to Tins llr.r.l Hon. John M.
Thurston stlrrod the voters of this section
tonight. Ho was detained on ucrouut of a
late train nnd for this reason fulled to open
his speech at the appointed hour. The famous
bund of this citv livened the streets nl
7 o'clock with somn patriotic nits ntid
a great multitude insomblocl nt the depot to
welcome the eminent orator. They were
disappointed however , us the train was nn
hour lalo and thoy'wero forced to adjourn to
Hucluvood hall aud listen 'o good strong d > cd-
In-thc-uool republicanism as administered
by local talent , but the crowd wanted to hoar
Thuralon and It stayed until the train ar
Mr. Thurston entered the hall during the
spoakinp aud received an ovation that was
certainly gratltyhiK to him. Ho got to work
at once and the way ho roused up latent
republicanism was a caution. Ho Hayed the
democrats hip aud tbfch. Thou bo payed
His respects to the independents aud ho
warmed them up in the mojt oppiovod
inshlon. Protection , honojt elections and a
sound currouoy were his themes nnd the free
trade sophistries of the democrats and their
ballot box sl'ifllng ' methods received n
regular keel hauling. Thu fanatical ideas
of the independents on the money question
were treated to a sound , masterly chastise
ment , nnd ns tno spoalcer proceeded the
Immense audience applauded. The uudlnnca
was one of tne finest that tins graced n polit
ical meeting hero in n long tnno. 'Ihoio
were hundiotts of clean , wholesome Ameri
cans , men pioud of their countiv's marvel
ous giowth and ioadv to defend the prldo
and the glrr > of Nebraska. When the tal
ented orator had finished cheers were given
for the grand old republican paity.
AN ro.MuiTiii : > .
Tim City CoiiiinltttM * to Srli-rl i t'liuli limn
In Illrk nnltli'H IMiit-p.
The lopublican city coi.tral committee ,
designated to ajt bv the recent city convun
lion , will hold a meeting Wednesday evening
n ' .pofliceof the secretary , H , M , Wanng ,
' 00 11'w York Life build In s , and endeavor
o nlccl a chairman in the place of KicburU
Smith , who was elected to that ofllco at , the
rst meeting , but who refused to acoapt on
ho ground that the committee was
legally appointed and had no legal
ight to exist. Mr. Smith still
tunds by the old committee , and
onllnuos to act as the chairman of that
lody. It is stated , however , that a in ijoritv
f the candidates will recognise the now
lommiUeo and Ignore the old ono.
Both bodies intend to pursue the even tenor
f their wav and go right along , noting iticlc-
londently of each other , undjuojiijiujtnovv-i.
th what the end will hp. The new commit-
ee has asked General Uoorgo S. Smith to
ccept the chnirmanstui ) , but ho has not
icon able to biing himself to that point , and
.ho members aio ut sea as to what action to
.mo , but will endeavor to como to - < oiuo
< ind of r.n agreement before the meeting
The executive committea ot the republican
county central committee mot at hoadquar-
cis in Tin ; Bun building last night and dis-
cussca manors connected iith Iho campaign
Among other subjects considered was a plan
of campaign which contemplates a series of
meetings all over ttio county under the
auspices of thu committee , to bo ad
dressed bv local speakers and candidate1
Ono grand rally , nnd possibiv two , will lo
hold in the cilv , which will bo audiesso bv
speakers of national repute , including ex-
Senator Iiigalls , Senators Allison , Fry nnd
Manderson and Judge Thurston. Later the
candidates on thu county ticket were invited
nto tbo mooting and the action of thu com
mittee explained und cordinllv acquiesced in ,
HOOT A M > T TIIKIti : .
Hurt County Cltl/cns ( ! ltile Independents
u Milit Itrlmko.
Nob. , Oct. 10. [ Special to Tun
BIK. : 1 Saturday was to have bo > jn u rod let
ter day politically for this place. September
17 , Allen Hoot of South Omaha chullongou
Judge Uillis , republican candldnto for county
attorney , to a joint dobatu haying , "liiliis
might name the tnno nnd place In Hurt
county. " On tho2Uth Gillis wrote Hoot no
cepllng and noliliod Hoot to be on hand hero
at 8 o clock Saturdav evening. For
several du > s past the independents
have been tickling ono another nnd telling
how Gillis was fooling with a buz/ saw , etc. .
Uillis was on hand , but Hoot failed to appear ,
having at the last moment claimed that
business would suffer If ho did ns ho had
agreed. As soon as It became knofei thnt
Hoot was not coming independents und
democrats booan ; saying there would ho no
meeting , that the challenge which purported
to como from Hoot was simply a fake schoino
written by Gillis to himself , that Hoot had
never noard of it and know nothing ol
It and if thev would go homo GilIK would
nave no audlonco. In this , however , thuv
were mistaken , tne band got out und played
some line muslo and a large , appreciative
nudlunco ot about ! )00 ) greeted tno judgo. who
fcr an hour unu a half Hayed the Indcpnn
dents on their legislative lecoid. Hoshowoil
thnt Hoot belonged to-the organization that
paid Edcorton for lobbying against the fitoclt
yards bill and that the sifting committee of
independents killed the usury bill nnd the
trle.ziaph und tolcphono bills. At thu close
of Dm meeting the loading citizens congiatu-
lalcd the judge on his otYoit * .
Mclni'j'ti Dimiouiiitlii Itnlly.
Sinsn , Neb. , Oct. 10 [ Special Telegram
to Tin : Bcn.J Hon. J. Sterling Moiton ,
fresh nnd smiling and accompanied by Sena
tor Wolbaoh , arrived hero thU mornlni ; and
their iccoption was moie thau an ovation.
Thn Sidney brass und cornet band was at the
depot to iccclvo the gentlemen , n and largo
body of Cnoycnnocounty ucmociuis , and both
candidates were carried on the shoulders of
the enthusiastic multitude. The courthouse
toilghtwas taxed to its gieatost capacity
with hundreds of democrats from tbo sur.
loundlnc country , and Governor Morton was
at bis br > st. Ho hnnulml the atatu Issues in an
udmlrahlo mannor. His lilt at tionortil Van
\Vyck as a jouruoymuu tramp hunting ofllco
caught the housobystor.il. His UlK through
out was devoted to tbo tariff , state adminis
tration and mnnoy question.
Senator Wolbach made a tiftecu-mlnuto
talk , In which he promised a faithful admin
istration und the rcUsion of the railroad
la < vs on a fair and honorable basli.
lion Henry St. Havnor spoke at Potter to
night before a largo uudlcnco. Ho U making
a vigorous canvass and hundreds of votes.
Ninth U'uril lHpiilillciin ( .
The Walnut Hill Ninth Ward Hopubllcau
club will hold its tegular wookiy meeting
this evening at 8 o'clock , The mooting- will
bo tuliheiscd by Boveral stirring Hpeakors ,
among whom will bo Colonel Jcmos of South
Cuiollun aud Thomas I ) . Crane of this city ,
Mr. 13. H. Hoblusou uud Mr. Brad Slaughter
\\ill uUo bo present , The \VeU Omaha
Uium corps will furnish the muslo , und n
special invitation is extended to Udles to be
present on thu occasion.
I'fnpln'i I'url ) ( "uu\ fill Ion ,
The p oplo's Indopeudout parly citv con.
voatk'i. is hureliy cullQd to uicot iu the tity
of Omnhn , Douglas countv , Nob. , Satunlsy ,
October IS. ISU. . at S o'clock p. M. . 'nt 1010
Hownrd street , to plico In nomination tlvo
cHiuilcl.xtcs for members ot the Hoard of
truncation nnd nine candidates tor thu citv
council. The bdsls of representation In snhl
convention will bo uiuti delegates from each
ward. Primaries for cnoosing said delegates
will bo held nt the usual places from 7 to 'J p.
\Vodnesdaj , October lv ! , IbOi.
Jens JiuvtuT , Chairman.
A. Ml 1. 1. r.n. Secretary ,
. MAXIiilSIV : AT riMCAMAII.
g Itcpcihllraii llully I'p In Hurt
( ! oiiur.v I. lit Night *
Nob. , Oct. 10. [ tinoclal Telegram -
gram to Tun Hni.J Only tliroo day's uotiuo
that Senator Mnuderson would deliver nn address -
dross at Tckamati on Monday evening
suftlcoi ) to diaw ono of the largest political
giithoiliigi over held at this place. From
Ljons , Oiklaud , Craig and lllnir an cnthu-
jiastic army of voters came , while from
the sin rounding country many prosperous far
mers gathered to do honor to 'Ickninah's dis
tinguished guest. Thostreot parudo surpassed
anything o ! the kind In the history of Kolai-
mnh. Kully 100 toiuhos were carried while
the lockss , aided by the Blair band to
gether Ith the Ladles Comet band of To-
knmah , unvo such an Impetus to the enthu
siasm that there scorned llttlo opportunity
It was impossible to get such n crowd all
Into the link , but to those who were fortu
nate onouch to II nil stindim ; room within
the range of the senator's voice there was In
store un array of facts bearing upon the
political Issues of the day nnd relating to
questions of general and vital Interest lo
men ot all parties.
Ho Miinits Up for Nrliraskn.
Senator Manderson Ilrgt paid a glowing
tribute to the state of Nebraska , lo'
which ho said ho never returned
without a fool in ? of prido. His ar
gument was ono of facts , and though at
times ho appeared quito eloquent his stronir
points were In the Indisputable array of
statistics that wore ptesontod iu un attract
ive aud convincing manner.
Ho begun with the perplexing question of
foreign immigration by noting Unit wo offer
to the foreigner rellciousliboitv , free .schools
nnd u voting citizenship , which attract
to our shotos the honest Irishman ,
lo whom homo rule is denlcu , the
German , notwithstanding his love for the
fatherland , thu ScAiidinuvian , Iu luut no
land so good thnt it can withhold its contri
butions to this glorious icpubllcith its
great rewards to wage cnineis.
"Thus lur wo have welcomed , and will
continue to welcome , nil who can assimilate
with our institutions and hull ) us uphold the
Hag , but it is linio to put up the bars against
those who como todcstioy. "
Dvlpiiillntmi > ricun Clli7cMislilp.
The republican paitv , over watchful of the
Interests of the laboilng classes , inaugurated
the law excluding the Chinese. The senator
Munds for more stringcntiiatuiall/alion laws
nnd believes that the dignity of piivilugo of
citizenship should be guarded bv imposing a
tax or import duty upon those who corny to
partake ot the bcnollts of out institutions.
Heferrlng to the claim that u tiuiff for
potection is unconstitutional , which bus
Jailed to be discovered slnco the time
of Ciilhoun , until the o latter unvb ho quoted
from the woids of Jackson and miinv old
tiiiio demociuts to provo that It wus a
principle earlv established and flrmlv nd-
lierud to Dy all the great statesmen in our
paqt , history , that It was clearly \vitlnu the
provision ol the constitution to protect and
foster our home industries.
The semtor , by a comparison ot thi ) years
of the depressslon with the yours when
theio was n fallinir off in the numoor of im
migrants , clearly demonstrated the fuel that
r.urapean labor sought mnploj inonl moat
within our borders when wo had n
niolocuvo tnnff , nnd when the news wont
nbroid that the MoKinloy bill was a law ,
Ihcro was a marked increase of those who
desired lo profit by the protection affoidcd
in this Kioatnnd growing countiy.
After an n\hau-tlvo review of the financial
question , followed by a statement of Ino re
sources nnd liabilities of the state of Ne
braska , the senator gave way to Major Val-
ontinc , who was listened to with close at
tention notwithstanding the lateness of Iho
U\UTIIY' > KAI.I.V.
Iti-pnlillcmii * of Ilir County Until in t'n-
i.Nob , Oct 10. [ Special to Tun
HIP. | Tuo republicans laid a largo 0:1-
ihusiaslio meeting hero Saturday evening.
The republican glco club of Biutloy and tbo
Indianolft band fuinlsheeJ excellent music.
M. N. Kswuy , the tounty chairman , Intro-
diaed ouch ol Iho speakers wilh upnropiiuto
J. C. Gammill made 901110 strong points
against free coinage nnd contrasted Jerry
Simpson's subtrciisury bill wlili thu plat
form of the pcoplo'u thirty. Ho asked every
person to examine carefully the state IUWH.
Ho briefly icviuwod iho doiiiL's of iho last
legislature , and showed that thu alliance
loaders did very little and were extravagant
in many respects. Ho ndvlsod all to vote for
llio constitutional amendment soap to have
the railroad rates carefully revised , dolnir
justice to the tailioads and the pcoplo. Il
was a clear , grand presentation of truth.
Attorney P. H. Solby of Cambridge made
a bnof telling speech. Ho asked every per
son believing thul the sialo is on the verge
of moral , political and material ruin , ns
stated In iho preamble of the people's parly
platform , lo stand up , but lliora was no ro-
spoiioo. Statistics show that In several cases
under tliei turilT , wages have been increased
and the cou of living dncroasod Ho e.ircote.l
attention lo Iho oxcnlloi t character uns
tained by llio republican candldalcs from
Hairhon down to the local ropiosonlnllvc.
Wood Ith inI't'opli ) Jllouppolndil ,
Woou HIV i it , Neb , , Oct. 10. ( Special 'lolo-
cram lo Tun Bun. | People of Wood Hlver
and vicinity wore ontortalnoj by n crunii re
publican rally tonight. Judge Crounso wns
advertised to spoilt and the spacious now
opoia house was tilled to Us ulmostcapacity.
Judge Crounso ct > uld not , however , ajipenr.
Hohas an cncrugomonl at Uioiton Bow to
morrow afternoon and Iho tiuln sor-
vlco botwocu these two points Is such
that it was n physical Impossibility for him
to bo hoio. Hero A. Abbott of Grand
Island addressed th o nudloncj. Ilu spoUa on
financial questions , the curronoy , iho green
back and Hat crnzo. His blaoKboaid illus
trations on llio fulso claims of iho opposition
that national bunks iu o lobbpig llio people ,
woio clear ana uiovv faith cheer upon dinar.
His whole neJdrois was u strong compilation
of facts and figures.
Colonel H. C Hussell of Schuvlor wns in-
IroJucod and spoke on thu false claims of
iho domor.rntio und independent parties.
Grand Island was lopresuntod bv 100 repub
licans and the Hanibbau ulub. Many Wood
Hlvor ropublloans und tlio local uleo clubi
were also Iu atleiiidanco ,
ll.uurr llio Vliitor ,
Atmoiu , Nob. , Oct , 10.jSpoclal Toicgiani
to TUB BIK. : ] The Hainor-DcCh Jolnldls
cuitslon iu llio opera house today wnt
listened to by 1,200 people , Mr. Docli
upenod it with Iho satnu speech ho dollvpred
hero sevoiul wcoks airo. Mr. tialner's artu <
incut conolsti'U in a forcible arraignment ol
the loaders of the pooplo'j parly , analysis
of their plnlform , ut.d an nbla exposition ol
the principles of the republican party , Mr ,
Hainer has shown himself much llio abloi
debater , and casilv demolished the few
arguments auvanced by lib opponent.
hiipeilor ItiMinl'llran * ] "iitliiiilii < tU'
HtTKHioii , Neb. , Oct. 10. [ bpocial Tclo
gram to TUB BED. | The lornibllcaus o :
Superior are making great preparations foi
a i/rand rally nt iho mooting to bo addrossiu
by lion. John M. I'bumon tomorrow evening
ing , Tha Superior Hupubllcan club , 201
at rene , will attend the Joint discussion bo
ON dtCOM )
Sonsitiounl Story Printed by tbo Boston
IT PUBLISHES DAMAGING EVIDENCE
AllrKi'il Tcsllinouv of I'ooptn Mho it s jn
\\l\\ \ \ AHMir | | Aunlixt III" \ouiii ;
Uoiiiitn U lion llrr Cn )
Comes to Trial.
BOSTON , Mass , , Oct. Hi The Globn this
morning published a ihtrlcuu column stoiy
to the effect Hint several witnesses at the
trial of Llzzio Bullion for the murder of her
father iiul mother will swear thov nw
Llzlo ut the window of her house
on iho dav of the minder , which makes
ll ceiiutn thnt she wns at that moment , stand
Ing over Iho bodv ot her mother Other * , ll
Is stilled , will swear they overhead u qunrrol
bctvvcon Ll/rio and her father the nliht be
fore iho murder in which thu latter told her
unless she guvo the name ot the man w ho col
hnr Into tinublc ho would turn horout of thu
(5. Homlno Pllhton , n wealthy Now Yorlc
dealer In machinery supplies , bus mndu urn-
davit tint a few days prior to thu murder
Mr. Borden consulted him as a fiioml about
Lirric , whoso troubles lie related In detail.
Overluiiril It ) n Uoinun.
Mrs. George J. Slsson of Fall Klvcr Is said
to have hoard Llzzlu uny to Bridget Sullivan ,
the hired girl : "Why don't jou say how
much money vou mint to ituep quletl"
Bildgot's answer was : " 1 i'on'1 know whiitt
jou mean , but you are not the girl I took you
to bo. "
Mr. Slsson , it Is said , will swear that less
than n month bofoiu iho murder Mr. Boraen
told him ho hud made the will giving Emma
and Lllo $ JiOUO ! , which wns inoro ihiin ho
would have allowed thorn , uut for his wife's
Bridget Sullivan will , it is claimed , cor
roborate the siorv of the quarrel between
Mr. Harden and Li/no ; also thai she hcaid
the nlirht bafoia Iho murder Morse mm
Li//lotalklnir nboul a will ; also that on the
nftcrncon of llio day of the murder Lizzio
whispered to her : "Keep jour tongue s'lll
and don't talk 10 thuso officers and you can
have nil Ihe money you want. "
Dr. Mcllcnri and'lus wlto , it is said , will
give linpoitanl evidence which relates , in
pir' , to ihe stoiy ot the low bclwcen Ltzlo
and Etnmn Bui dun in Ihe mntron'3 room In
which the former uccused the litter ot
"having given horuw.iv. " This tale , it in
said , will bo coriobor.ited by tbo Mellonrys ,
uho ovorhcnut and saw the nlfiilr through
a hole in the wall especially piovidod by the
authorities. U is claimed that in this quuuol
Li/ziu kicked Emma several times on thu log.
Mr. Frank Burroughs , a lavvvor of Now
Yoilr , toimerly of Fall Hlvor , is tlio attornov
summoned bv Ll7lo about the property
i lull Is in n fnthoi's rstuto , should a stop-
uiolhordlo llrst Ho is said lo hnvo innUa
the statement to Moilenry anil manlfoued a
willingness lo lestifv.
Million Hjason will corroborate the storv
of the quarrel.
George Hovoro or Semester , Minnie C.
Wilson of Fall Hiver Detective Hnthauny
of Fall Hivcr , and Iwo olbers will glvo
lurlhcr testimony for llio government.
Jclili-il oy thn Cilil's Attoiney.
P\i.t , Uiv i u. Mass , , Oct. 1Q. Amlrow J.
.Tennltiiis , miiaul lor the defendant in iho
Borden murder tas.J : , miclo the fallowing
stntoniont to nn Absoclatod Press corre
spondent lodiiy :
"I'ho mutter published in u Boston pupor
ibis morning relating to the murder of An
drew J. Boraen nud his wife is u tissue of
lies. I have endeavored to find out
about Mr ana Mrs. Chase nt 'ho
unmoor Indicated , is ! ) Fourth atrflot. Fall
Hlver. There is nut onlv no r.uch number ,
hut not a liocisn within fifty foot of it ,
There is no such man as George
F. Sis on in the directory nor
can 1 Hull any person who knows
nnvbody of thai nnmo. The keynote
of llio whole storv deals with a condition
which is al'solutely disproved hi- things
found in thu cellar by Ihe prosecution and
ailmlttoil to bo what Miss Ll7ie claimed
they vvoic. Subsl.mlial evidence has con-
Hnncd her claim. "
Mr. Morse said that the whole story Is nbsol-
ulolv false nnd not u word of truth In it.
The Heigon s'ory ' ha' alrnidv been denied
b\- Miss Emma nud Miss Lizzie anil was ad
mitted by Mrs. Heagon to ba lalso to nt
least six pcisons.
A member of Iho police fnrcn says that Iho
names used in tbn story Indiiutad am llcti-
Uous , but llio matter is .suh.Hantlally true.
II 11,1. lil SI O II.A
Drill ! I'Dlltlll ll > I. lilt Iti'Klili
KhiUH neil \\urilorH.
LONDON , Oct. 10. The uody of Lord Ton-
n > son will bo convoyed from HazolniTO tq
London lomorrnw. The transfer is to be
mauu without display of any Kind und at
pilvntoly as possible. U lion the train bear
ing the remains nirlvcs nt Waterloo station
the casket will ho plnceJ In a plain hearse
and conveyed to Westminster abuoy. Hero
the body will bo mot by the doan and will bo
placed in St. Falch's chapnl where It will re
main until the funeral , which will take pinto
The prince of Wales nnd Lord Salisbury
will attend the services Wednesday. Lady
Tennyson , Hallum Tennyson and hU wife
will follow iminedlutely behind Iho coflln as
thu chief mourners. Thov will bu followed
by llio dead poet's grandchildren and Iho
widow of Lionel Tennyson , MM. BIrroll , aid
a loim line ot nolablu persons.
On Saturday last Hallum Tonnvsoii sent
the following dispatch to lion. Huhait T.
Lincoln , United Stttlos minister to Uroat.
liiltniii , which reached him nt Liverpool i
"Will vou bu u pall boiiioron Wednesday ut
1'J ' : M ) o'clock at Westminstori"
Mr. Lincoln replied : "Your telegram
ranched mo just ns 1 am sailing for Amor
lea. I regret most deeply that my doparluiu
prevents mo fiom iiLCopiliig your Und ln\l
lulioii and having the honor of representing
my countrymen on this occasion , so utlliuiliig
to all the world , nnd not lo-ia mouiaful to
Amoilca limp lo l iiglanu "
Loid TonnyEiin'A family are imxiouu to
have America riiprosontod among the pall
bearers , and today they uskad Mr. iioniv
VVhllo , seciotary of Iho Amuncan logatlnii ,
to act in the place of Mr. Lincoln. Mr. White
hasslpulllud his accoplancoof thoinvltiitlon.
All the members of llio Tennyson family
iissuinbtcd nt Aldoworth today to taliu their
last look al ihe dead befoio the cofiln was
closed. No change had occuired In the toil'
turos Hlncu death and the pool looked us If
ho weio In u restful sicop. Many of thu lines
of ago had ueou erased oy thu hand of death ,
and calm and peaceful was Iho face upon
which Iho mourners lookoii for Iho lust timu.
Lady 'Jennyson wus Iho last to leave the
room in which thu outlined rompins of hnr
husband were Iviiif , und alone in
the sarrcdncsa of her sorrow she
baJQ a final oJleu to him who
was all Iho world lo her , Allor Lady Tenny
son had withdrawn , the lautoalo wieath that
on circled tno brow of the pool wus lemovud ,
but a number of Its lowos woio laid ut llio
head and feet. The umu wcio then brought
forward and ilia hands weru ciossud upon tlm
Moforo the coflln wa * closed , ono of the
family unites placed a smull whlto packauu
In it , Thu contents of this package were nut
divulged , Ttion tha cover of the iiofllu wai
fastened down and many of the wreaths that
had been tout by fr'onds ' uud uamliurs wuio
placed on top of It.
VVluit loun l'ioclutln ( 'au Ilu ,
I , la. , Oct. 10. | Special to Tn
This is what Mills county , Iowa , nx
hlblts Hid ut Iho St. Louis exposition ; Fruit ,
Bweopstaxos us a whole ; fruit classifications ,
fourteen hrat , cloven second mcmiumu out
of tweuty-olght offtirod ; best uuihol corn ,
five Bta'oj ' computing ; Hrst premium U
potutoei ; bocoud prouiluui In uuluo * .
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