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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE. SEVENTEENTH YEAK. OMAHA. SUNDAY MORNING ' JULY 31 : 1887.TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 43 ' NADO AT DAVID CITY Complete and Accurate Details From the Scene of the Disaster , SWOOPED LIKE A BIRD OF PREY. Uuge Drlck Blocks Blown to Atom * i and Residence ! Scattered lilko Houses Built of Cards Another Death Reported. Half tlio Town In Ruins. DAVID CITT , Nob. , July30. [ Special Tele gram to the BKI : . | The most devastating and sweeping tornado that has ever visited this section struck our city last night about C o'clock , scattering death and destruction along Its ragged , furious path. Everything Is In a shocking state of demoralization , lumber , fragments of buildings , buggies , Im plements and general debris being scattered everywhere , blockading streets and thorough fares. The day proceeding the storm was unusually hot and sultry the thermometer registering 100 ° . with a clear sky until even ing when a harmless looking cloud became- visible In the southwest and another in the northeast. The wind came up rapidly , 'llio two clouds met a short distance southwest of the city when the work of destruction and death began with a rapidity aud furore that wassweeplngly terrific. Houses were un roofed and blown to atoms , large brick blocks demolished , barns , sheds , trees uprooted and blown Into fragments. Hall and flying timbers filled the air for about five minutes , when all was over and people were frantically rushing to and fro In search of the injured. A horse belonging to Mike Domuth was picked up , carried across the square , dashed against a building and In stantly killed. A team of mules belonging to Hon. Matt Miller were blown from the square Into Duties' basement but were uninjured. Loomls Dexter was killed by falling brick and subsequently dug from the ruins ot I'addock'el block. Ho Is a poor man and leaves a wife and three children. Those Injured so far as can be learned are as fol lows : DKMUTII , a farmer , .lezs crushed badly , amputation necessary. W. D. FK.NUKIISON , teamster , badly bruised : JAMES DYSART , badly cut on the head ; FIIANK BAKU , cut on the head and limbs , not serious ; DOCTOH COOK , cut on head ; B. & M. STA TION AIINT MII.LKII , badly cut on head by ( lying timbers ; Fmi > WAHXKU , carpenter , cut and bruised badly. Mr. Warner was working on Paddock's block and went down with the building. BOAKDINO Boss , Northwestern ralltoad , Internal Injuries , quite serious. N. B. JfANNi.NO , laborer , badly bruised : GKOKOIO SIIKI.UOX , crushed and bruised quite badly. A number moro are slightly cut or bruised. When the storm came up the W . C. T. U. Udles were holding an Ice cream sociable In the park. Their tables and dishes were blown to the four winds of heaven , while the ladles sought shelter without waiting to count tholr gross receipts. The 812,000 brick school house was un roofed and the upper portion blown down which will necessitate rebuilding. The damage - ago Is $12,000. The damage to other prop erty so far as at present ascertained is about as follows : F. W. Paddock two brick blocks complete ly destroyed , damage 813.000 ; Spelts & Klos- terman damaged about 812,000 ; Adam Hall , damage to residence and now barn , 81,000 ; Louis Spelts , personal property 9:1,000 : ; D. D. Bromer , residence 5150 ; T. M. Ward , resi dence ? MX ) ; J. U. Townsend , resi dence , SM ) ; Cyrus Stewart , residence , 8300 , Charles L. Juddon. damage to residence and other property. S'-XX ) : Mrs. At. B. Hayesdam- ago to residence , SlOO ; C. B. Baldwin , brlek residence destroyed , 82,000 : N. L. Klchard- son , partly completed residence , 81,000 ; U. W. Kltchlo , Darn and office , 8500 : E. Chldls- ter , barn , S'-'OO ; L. E. Cooioy , barn and resi dence , SOT ; M. C. Corrlgtn. foundry , S500 ; Congregational church , 83,000 ; M. K.church , about 8 : X ) ; Walter Lloyd , lumber yard.8500 ; W. A. Wells , lumber yard.Sl.OCO ; Union i'a- clfio depot , 81.0UO : B. & M. depot , 81,000 ; Northwestern wind mill and eight boardln ; cars , 81,000 ; George L. Brown , damage to buildings about SWO ; engine house tower. 3150 : A. W. Itath- bun , residency out buildings and stock , 8500 ; Kll Shortwell , house , 8500 ; John Harper , blacksmith shop , SIM ; John Styhkal , barn and out buildings ; J. C. Pike , house , 3150 : John Bredwcll. .house. 81,000 Kelnhardt & Son , stone building and stock of goods , 85- 000 to 87,000 ; Kd Shaw , residence , 850 ; Dawning & Keller , agricultural Impllmouts , $500 , P. F. Fenton. 833 ; J. A , Cook. ! ; E. S. Ruiiyan. residence , barn and out houses , 8300 ; Peter C. Arlstoue , residence , 8150 ; James Itlddlo , residence. 823 ; Thomas Donohuo , brick residence' 8500 ; Mrs. Thropp , residence , 875 ; Davis & McCaskoy , Implements , 8150 to 8200 ; George Kchwezer , building unroofed , 81,000 ; Louis Smith , residence and harness shop , 8150 ; K. P. Fuller , residence and livery barn , $150 ; J. H. Armstrong , residence. 850 ; Frank Mach , damage to goods , 850 ; U. D. Churchill & Co. , stone building and damage to stock , 81,000 ; Miss E. L. Galey , damage to millinery goods , SlOO ; Cram & Wyatt , damage to goods. 82. ) ; Dr. 1. H. Lewis , residence and outbuildings , SlOO ; William Bunting , brick block andresidcnco,8150 : G. H. Kltlng&Co. , null building and machinery , ja.OOO ; U. McCallom & Co. , damage to Stone , 850 ; Per kins & Thorpe , damaee to bank and bulld- Inss , SlOO ; General Wright , residence and barn , 8100 ; Charles A. Haruey A Co. , lumber yard , 8 00 to SWO ; W. C. Heed , barn , horse buggy , 5300 to 8500 ; W. G. Boston , damage to stone and residence , SlOO ; W. A. Kussoll , damage to stnno and residence , 8100 ; Tilima Bios , it Co. , damauo to meat market , slaughter house and buildings , 81,500 to 82,000 ; Morris J. Hones , two barns , SlOO ; Mrs. S. P. Vandozler , barn nnd buildings , 550 : John T. Myers , damage to residence , yards and buildings , S2.50 ; J. C. Itobcrts , damage to residence , build ings and outhouses , SlOO ; M. D , lUmilnger , damage to residence and wagon shop , 8500 ; M. P. Mattlce , damages , SlOO ; Strceter & Boliman , damage to Implement house and machinery , 8350 ; Win. Stoddard , damage to residence , livery barn and stock of buggies , 3700 ; KilStrceter , residence , 8150 ; Thomas Mlddletnn , damage to residence and out buildings. 9'i'iO ; P. Welth , damage tc store. 8' > 0 ; I ) . C. Reynolds , damage to resi dence , S50 to SlOO ; James Marchbank , shoe store , SiV ) ; A. J. White , residence , 875 tc $100 : Palace Hotel , damaee about 8750. It Is said the storm extended as far west a ! Risings , blowing down small buildings , while It exhausted Itself about two and ono half miles northeast ot this place. Tin greatest damage done Is around the squan and In the south and western part of tin city. Many buildings In the north part o : town escaped with little or no damage. A number of farm houses together with out- buildin.-s and stock were injured , but tin storm only covered a small area ot territory and It Is thought no great damage has beet done to tlio glowing crops. LATKU Tlio following additional losses bj the tornado have been discovered : J. P Jones , house and barn , SUM ; Sudlck Bros , , slaughterhouse , J'WO ; loss to agilctittura society , amphitheatre and buildings , SI,500 L. G. Berdrow' barn and furniture. S250 Joseph Shramek , buildlne , 5100 ; S. D. Coc htoro and furniture. 81,000 : John King , ici house and other buildings , S2,5W ; Dr. Brown barn , $ .100 ; Hill , Baer & Co. , stock yards * 3,000 ; M. W. Smith , sr. , house , SIM ) ; Murph ; A van Derberccr , dumago to stock ; 75 George Sheldon , new barn , 8220 ; John Kg tier , ware house , and grain , 8250 : Prol Walker , house. 8'MO ; Jnmes Bell , elevatoi , 82.V ) ; Mrs. Adkrus , house , damaged 8150. Demuth , the farmer , whoso legs wer , crushed , died to-day. The town Is crowded with people fror other towns. Workmen are busy repairing Ono hundred thousand dollars wlU not cove thy damage In the country. The damapo I the city Is about loo,000 , Peopln froi Stromfiburg ramo to bee the effects ofth tycloiio by special train , The people tire 1 no way discouraged. Buildings will go up at once where others have been dlstroyed and there Is a general feeling of thaukfull- ness that matters were no worse. COURALLUD. Desperadoes In the Woods Sur rounded By a Determined Mob. LINCOLN , Neb. , July 30. A special dis patch to the State Journal from Nebraska City says that a mob of citizens from Craig , Mo. , have a couple ot horse thieves , the Franklin boys , surrounded In a forest In Iowa , sixteen miles from Nebraska City. The mob had the thieve ) surrounded near Craig yesterday and a battle ensued , in which ono of the mob was killed. The thieves then broke away , but wore again pursued and sur rounded at their present rendezvous. The mob Is thoroughly aroused and there Is no doubt but that the thieves will lie promptly lynched when taken. A mob of twenty meu left Hamburg , la. , late this afternoon to as sist In the capture , and Nebraska City lias jiut sent a delegation of determined men. bent on bloody work. There Is little doubt that the tuleves will bo taken and dealt with summarily before morning. The Wcddlne Indefinitely Postponed. Nr.uiiAsiCA , CITV , Neb. . July 30. ( Special Telegram to the BEE. I Several days ago llobert Duncan , a printer from Omaha , came hereto arrange for a wedding , whicli was to take place here soon. But It seems the lady In the case had changed her mind and no coaxing on the part of the lover availed aught. Becoming desperate , ho threatened to kill her and himself , when she became frightened and ran away , and , his nerves being unstiung , the attempt at suicide with revolver last night was a failure and hols likely to lecover. Robbed a Doctor. KKAKNEV , Neb. , July 30. ( Special Tele gram of the BEI.J Last night burglars broke Into the residence of Dr. Woodworth , stole his gold watch , 8185 , and valuable papers from Dr. Archibald , of Cincinnati , who was at Woodworth's. There Is no clew to the robbers. One hundred dollars reward has been offered for the robbers. Koarney'a Lot Sale. KKAUNKY , Nob. , July 30. | Special Tele- ram to The BEE. | At the lot auction sale 8,000 worth of property was sold In the fternoon. Mr. Albright , the real estate nan of Omaha , who came up In a special ' . 'ulluian with friends , bought largely. Judicial Convention Called. KEABN V , Neb , July 30. | Special Tele- rain to the BKE. ] The central committee of 10 Tenth judicial district mot hero to-day , Calling the convention at North Platte Octo- > or 4. Bad Fire at Harvard. IlAuvAiin , Neb. , July 80. | Special Tele- Tain to the BEE.I The elevator owned by rVurren & Co. , and run by Littler & Sloat , Is .ow burning ; also the large livery stable ot 3. M. Uleley. They wlUbe a total loss. Ladles Assault an Editor. MACEDONIA , la. , July 30. ISpeclal Telo- ram to the Bin : . ] The city editor of the Jotna Valley News was assaulted by three ouiig ladles , Miss Anna Totton , Koso Ash- ey and llattio Gonson , to-day over a fancied rlevanco which has created a irrcat excite ment at thlt place. An Indignation moot- 'ne , largely attended by ladles and gentle- nen , was held this evening , and passed rcso- utlons endorsing W. E. Thresher , the edl- or , and condemning the course of tlio young adits aud their advisors. Robbed and Blunged. DunUQUE , la , July 30. ISpeclal Telegram o the BKB. I Frank Sheridan , who travels 'or ' two business houses In this city , rc- urued homo last night , having 8400 In his iossesslon. Shortly after midnight his board- ng house was entered and his money was : aken. His wlto heard the burglars and , raising up In bed , was struck by a slung shot nd fell unconscious. Mrs. Sheridan , his nether , was sleeping In an adjoining room > nd she also started up. but the burglar os- aped by the window with his booty and has not been seen since. Shattering Blows at Prohibition. FOIIT DOUOK , la. , July SO. [ Special Tele gram to the BEE.I The plate glass fronts of luce leading prohibitionists of tills city wore broken to smlthers last night by un known parties. The prohibitionists claim that It was the work of the liquor men. As no goods were removed It evidently was not the work of burglars. The atfalr has created much excitement. Drowned In the Mississippi. FOIIT MADISON , la. , July 80. ( Special Tel egram to the BEE. | This evening Julius Vincent , an employe ot the Santa Fo road was drowned while bathing In the Mlssiss- ppi. _ THE HEAT. It Affects the Executive and Keep Him From Work. WASHINGTON , July 30. The weather In Washington continues warm and oppressive and many persons engaged In outdoor work mvo succumbed to the heat within the past Tow days. The heat was so great to-day that It was found necessary to close the war and navy departments an hour earlier than usual , and It the present heat continues much longer , such action will probably become a regular thing In all the executive depart ments. The president did not coluo Into the city to-day , but all the members of the cabi net were at their desks us usual. A statement has been prepared at the sig nal ollico contrasting the temperature at Washington during the past month with tlio temperature during the same month of tha piuvlous years since the organization of the service In 1871. From this It appears that the present month loads the record for the high est temperature 102,8 whlch occurred on the 17th. The average mean temperature waf higher than any July since 1671. A Scorcher in Now Vork. NEW Yonic , July 30. The suffering from heat in this city continues to be very great. The thermometer Indicated U3 at 3:30 : this afternoon , and 81 at midnight , with an average - ago of b6 for tno day. The air Is very warm. There were thirty-one cases of heat prostra tion and of these four resulted fatally. The Mohawk Valley Meeting. CANAJOIIAHIE , N. Y. , July SO. The Mo hawk Valley has boon moetlne to-day under the excessive heat. The mercury In several places has risen to 100 , , In the shade. At Sharon Springs which Is tilled with summer guests , the thermometer registered 9&j. Appeal For Fninlno Sufferers. BOSTON , July HO. The American board ot commissioners for foreign missions received a cablegram from the treasurer of the famine relief fund to-day at Constantinople , saying : "Fifty thousand people at Adena havluic nothing to eat and the number Is Increasing. Other towns ask help. " Adena Is In the cen ter of the Clllclan plain , ordinarily so fertile , but this year absolutely barren on account ot drought A llttlo over Sl.OUCThas already been contributed In this country for the relief ol tbo starving jx'onle. Further contributions are greatly needed and may bo forwarded to Langdon J. Ward , 1 Somerset street , Boston , Gilts can bo sent by telegraph so that In three days they will buy bread. QCotton Goes Lower. Nr.w YoltK , July 80. Following the droj ot thirty-six points lu cotton yesterday , the tnarKet opened very feverish' the cotton exchange to-day. The sales for the short two and a half hours' sess'.bn ' aggregated 711,500 bales. , a good showing for Saturday , August closed ten- points below yesterday. A recovery began half an hour bcforo the close of the sesoloD. It resulted from report ! of droughfln Texas and the injurious Httecti of excessive rains In Georgia and Alabama , In the last half hour the recovery amounted to seven poluU all along the lino. ONCE MORE ON THE WARPATH Schoimloff's Promises Broken and Ger many Again Bainpant Against Russia. THE TEUTONS FEEL OUTRAGED. Report That Uonlaneor ! Intriguing With an Ambassador of the Czar ad a Itclgrt of Terror In France Predicted. Germany nnd Rusala. 18S7 , l > u the N. 1 * . .iMoclitJfit Prcis ] N , July SO. Instead of the Itusslan government ceasing war on the German commerce , as promised by Ambassador Sclionoaloir , fresh measures paralyzing the trading relations arc either Impending or are already In operation. Under Schonoaloft's assurances the crusade- against Russian stocks ceased. Durlnx the week Russian securities have been neither bought nor sold , but anti-Russian feeling again excited by the fresh display of hostility on the part of the St. Petersburg government will not now bo allayed until some practical check Is clven to the systematic persecutions of Germans by Russians. M. DuGiers has Informed the German ambassador after the ministerial council , that th'o law upon which the Imperial ukase was based could not bo modllicd nor Its operation dclavcd. At the same time negotiations , the object of which was to obtain special exception in the cases of Princes Rad/lwcll and Ilonehloho and other German dignitaries , who are land owners in western Russia , met with n curt rejection. The St. Petersburg cabinet has succeeded In affronting and olIY'iidlng the high placed dignitaries and the whole Gor man commercial world. Russian olliclallsin shows a similar spirit to that of the ministry , an Instance of which Is the revival of the frontier law , which had long since lapsed , under which persons cross ing the frontier are not permitted to carry German coinage of a denomination less than a thalor of gold money. Measures which the rolchstand had under considera tion to prevent German Investments In Itus slan paper , and which were dropped under promise of the restoration of harmonious ro tations , are again under discussion , and It is expected that the result will bo the absolute exclusion of all new Russian loans from the Gorman markets. There Is no whisper now of the czar meeting Emperor William. The former will go to Copenhagen August 1 without touching at a German port. LEGISLATION STOPS STUIKES. The annual report of the elders of tlio Ber lin mercantile community , referring to the extensive strikes and socialist demonstra tions during the year 1830 in America , Lon don , Belgium and Franco , draws the Infer ences that Germany was spared similar inci dents largely through the beneficial operation of government legislation. IlOUrANOCH ANDKUSSIA. The Deutches Tagoblatt says It has information mation that General Botilangor Is concerned in an Intrigue with the Russian ambassador , and that the Russian government , being convinced that Boulanger will return to power , is hounding him on to take concerted action with Russia against Germany. The Tagoblatt predicts an early state of anarchy In France , and the establishment of a reign of terror , when it Is certain , says the paper , the gap In the Vosges will play the role of safety valve , for which emergency Germany must bo ready. The latest advices from Alsace-Lorraine provo that the gap will bo well watched during the coming maneuvers if the French troops. Another Bnulangor Proposition. PAIIIS , July 30. Deputy Laur , who re- ; ontly stated that eighty-four generals had nvited General Boulanger to head a coup d'otat , in favor of the restoration of the monarchy , now assorts that M. Dellaposse , lepnty for Lacanco , made similar overtures to General Boulanger. Afghan OIHcers Deposed. BOMIIAY , July 30. The ameer of Afghan- stan has deposed the governor ot Falsabada , and tile-commanding officer at Parkhal tor withholding from him Intelligence ot tlio ar rival of a force of Russian troops at Bud- ukhshan , In Afghau-Tufkestan. Flxinc For the Ditol. PAIUS , July 80. M. Ferrv's seconds arc Deputies Raynal and Caslmlr-Perler. They had a conference with General Boulanger's seconds after the Interview between the latter and M. Ferry. Military Mountaineers. PAIUS , July 30. General Forron , minister of war , Is preparing a bill for the creation of a military corps of mountaineers for frontier service. RAILROAD WRKCK IN TEXAS. Eight or Ten I'nssenjrors More or Less Injured. , Tex. , July 80. A wreck oc curred on the east line , four miles west of Farmorsville , this evening. Tlio rear coach attached to a mixed train ran off the track and fell down an embankment and was to tally wrecked. Eight or ten passengers were moro or less injured , two may die. The en gineer and conductor say the accident was duo to the condition of tlio track. BLIND TOM. The Famous PlanlHt Given Into Pos- scsHlon nl Hin Mother. BAI.TISIOHK , July 30. Judge Bond , sitting In the United States district court to-day , de cided that Thomas Wiggins , known all over world as "Blind Tom , " the pianist , shall bo delivered on or befoio August 1G Into the custody ot Mrs. Eliza Bethuno , who repre sents Charity Wiggins , mother of "Blind Tom , " and that James S. Bcthunc , who has bad charge of him , shall at the same time pay over to Mrs. Bethuno the sum of 87,000 for past services. A Reply to Fitzgerald. CHICAGO , July SO. The executive commit tee of the Autl-Coerolon association has writ ten President Fitzgerald , of the Irish Na tional league , replying to the statement mada in these despatches last night. They think his action Is duo to a misunderstanding ot the alms and purnoscs of their association , which , they say , Is not hostile to the league , and Is ready to send its funds through the league treasurer. They claim the teason fet the organization ot tlio society was that the Chicago branch of the league had practically ceased to exist. Upon what grounds they base this statement they do not say. Weather Indications. For Nebraska : Winds generally southerly , higher temperature , fair weather in eastern portion , occasional rains in western per tion. tion.For For Iowa : Higher temperature In western portion , stationary temperature In eastern portion , fair weather , variable winds , bo- cominc southerly. For Central and Western Dakota : Illihci temperature , occasional rain ? In southern IKntion , fair weather In northern portion winds generally southerlylln northern per tlon and generally easteuy in southern per tlon. llio Atlanta All Right. NKWPOUT , 11. I. , July SO. Visitors an now allowed on board the United State : cruiser Atlanta , and It can readily be soot that tlm reports of damage done to her by tin nrlrig of tmr heavy guns were greatly exag iterated. No damage U .apparent to ellhe Ktya carrlngea or ANOTHER DANK OES UNDER. The Columbian of Philadelphia Makes an Assignment. PimADr.ivmA , July 30. The Columbian banic , a state Institution , closed Its doors this morning , aud a notice was posted stating that by order ot the board of directors the bank would make an assignment for the benefit of creditors. All efforts to obtain any statement as to the amount of liabilities or assets proved futile. It Is believed , how ever , that the failure Is a complete one. Prrsident Bell , of the Farmers & Mechanics' bank , with whom the Columbian have kept accounts for several years , stated that the checks ot the latter were dishonored because they had no money to their credit and furthermore had no securi ties on deposit. It is understood from reli able sources that the chiel causes ot the fail ure were the heavy advances made on drafts of the Ives-Staynor party of New York and the advances niado on consignments of merchandise shipped from South America and other points which were not taken up by the consignees , thus leaving the bank In a crippled condition. The failure caused some excitement In the city , although among financial men was not much of a surprise. Among the bank's isets arc bonds and stocks put down at St".3,000 , but their market value Is very doubtful The solicitor for the bank states that there aio probably $100,000 of the funds tied up In merchandise which was bought In foreign countries on letters of credit Issued by the Columbian and tlm bank paid drafts attached to bill * of lading when presented. They were unable to realize on thcso goods and they are now In storage. Nr.w YOHK , July 80. Uenry N. Stayner. of the firm of H. S. Ives & Co. , denies that any dealings with his linn embarrassed the Columbian bank , ot Philadelphia , aud ho states that the bank Is Indebted to his linn In the sum of 807.000. Later In the afternoon Iri reply to a nuos- tlon as to whether ho had made the state ment that the Columbia bank owed H. S. Ives & Co. S07.000 , ho said ho had made no such statement for publication. Ho would iot , however , deny the fact outright. Ives as gone to Cincinnati. Honvy Contraotora Fall. CHATTANOOGA , Tenn. , July 80. Tabler , iructiiD & Co. , railroad contractors , of this Ity ; D. G. Grudup & Co. , ore contractors , f Inmann. , Tenn. , and the Tabler-Grudup Joal and Coke company , of Daisy , Tenn. , lireollrms represented by J. H. Tabler and D. G. Grudup , of thin city , made an assign- ncnt to-day for the benefit of their creditors. The liabilities are about S100.000 , and their , sscts are said to oxccod 50,000. The cause if the assignment was the demand of some jf their creditors. The assignees express ho opinion that the creditors will bo paid in "ull. Liabilities of various Tabler & Grndup companies are $75,000 , also a bonded Indebt- idness of 85J.OOO. Kcrshnws AssctH and Lilnbllltlen. CIIICAOO , July 30. To | ; statement of C. J. 'ershaw & Co. , was given to the public for lie lirst time to-day. The liabilities aggre- ; ate (51,803,000 ( ; gross assets , 81,700.000 , In hiding 81,000,000 due from Wiltshire , Eckort ICo. . , and other Cincinnati parties. This 'eaves ' the assets outside of the Cincinnati wrtles of only 82fiO,000. The Cincinnati ilalms are regarded by some creditors as vorth ten to twenty .cents on the dollar , iVhllo others place them higher. Wine Merchant Fnlln. ST. Louis , July SO. Louis Hall , wlno merchant , assigned this morning. Llablll- 'les , 30,000 ; assets , 8i5,000. IN T11K LAST DITCH. The Chicago Boudlera Are Holding n Finn ! Consultation. CHICAGO , July SO.pedal [ Teloeram to ho BhK.I The eleven , boodlers who have ) een deserted by Klehm and allowed to light .heir battle without their chief , are filled with consternation. All sorts of rumors , vero afloat concerning them to-day and .omo . of ttiem were on pretty good authority. There wasn't one of the thieves who have teed their trial to be seen around the board oems to-day. There were minors floating .round although they were In the air. A man who looks like a ghost of the past , ono f those who were the henchmen of the gang and know their secrets and told them everyone to State's Attorney Grlnnell , stole n there this morning and looked aiouud t the empty rooms with a sigh. "Thoj'ro all gone , " ho said , mournfully. 'Tlio boys are holding a meeting to-day , " ho continued , "but I don't ' exactly Know whore. It's in the house of some one of them , , hough. " This information was generally .inderstood to bo correct , though it could not bo absolutely verified. It is the last rally the boodlers will make. To-day they are holdlni ; counsel among themselves as to whether It Is best to carry the fhht Into the bitter end ere : o make a general surrender on Monday morning. Dan Wren , "Buck" McCarthy , Mike Lev ten , Richard S. McClaughery and Adam Uchs will hold It out to the end , but It Is said that Varnfll is showing signs of weakness and that ho will probably plead guilty on Monday. There Is but llttlo doubt that Cas- Belinan and Gulls will plead guilty Monday norn inc. The states attorney paid , " 1 am not treat ing with any of those fellows. " In reply tea a query from the reporter , ho added , "and I don't care a tic whether they plead Rullty or not That's tholr affair , not mine. " Sheriff Matson received a telegram -from the sheriff of St. Itrnase , 'Mich. , Into this afternoon , saying that the schooner Blake had not been seen yet , and that the deputies were still watching. Chlesof Police Eber- sold lecelved a telegram at 7:30 to-night from CKcar Murphy , marshal at Chebovgen. Mich. , sayhlir that the bdiooner Blake was turned Into Mackinaw City this morning. The officials are unable to reconcile contllct- Inir reports and anxiously await further de velopments. State's Attornev Grlnnell intimated this afternoon that four .more commissioners Cassclman , Goils , Oliver and McClauglnoy might bo expected to plead guilty Mondav , throwing themselves on the nutrcy of the court. SOUTHERN FLOODS. Extensive Damage by High Water In Georgia. AUOUSTA , Ga. , July 80. The river com menced rising yesterday morning. At this hour (0 ( p. m. ) it registers thirty-three feet , six Inches , being the highest since 105. Cot ton and corn crops in the Savannah valley have been submerged and destroyed. Ham burg Is entirely under , water. The upper and lower portions of Aneusta. are submerged. great Injury to the railroads , and especially to the Georgia road. The damage to cotton cannot bo estimated. Wo such destructive freshet has occurred In twenty years. Tele grams to the Clironielo from the Upper Sa vannah valley report all bottom lands flooded and the damage cannot he estimated. Continuous rains have fallen In the upper country. No loss of life Is reported. Two Women Killed. LAKE Vir.w , Mlr-U , , ' July 30. To-day the train from the east struck a wagon contain ing Miss Hattlo Shaver , Miss llattlo Key- nolds , .Miss Lottie Shaver. Fred Hatch and Charles Wltbeck , and killed the two ladles. Little Lottie cannot live. The men were not seriously hurt. Capsized and Drowned. PiULAUiiUMtiA , jiily 80. A party pi prominent business men started down the river In a yacht to-day for an extended cruise. When just below the city the yacht was capsized by a squall and twpof the party drowned. Caused ByHarper' * Rascality. CINCINNATI , July so.C. . -Brownell , photographer , assigned to-day. Assets , 81,000 ; liabilities , S20.COO. He had $13,000 It BtocV and deposits In the- Fidelity Natlona bauk , the loss uf which caused tils failure. ' A SENSATION ON THE TURF Hanover , the Dwyer Brothers' Famous Three-Tear-Old , Badly Beaten , LAGGARD TAKES THE STAKES. Sprout , Denver's Pitcher , Suspended and Heavily Fined For ThrowIng - Ing a Game To-day' * Ball Game Cricket. How Hanover boat. NEW YOKK , July 80. There was a scnsa tlon at Monmouth park to-dav when the Dwycr liro.'s great and hitherto Invinclblo threecarold , Hanover , was beaten , and over a Rood bit of pround , too , by 1) . D. Wlther's Lagzord. To be sure Hanover had to lug an extra Import of fifteen pounds , but oven at that ho was a hot favorite. It scorns to bo the general opinion that Hanover has been overworked. There was a very laige attendance and bright weather. Haiti about noon took something from the speed of the track , First race Handicap , one and one-eighth miles. Saxony won , Preclosca second , Barnum third.- Time 1:5'.vi : . For two-year-olds , three-foinths inll < \ Fltsjamcs won , Now or Never second , Ford- ham third. Time-llflK. : Itarltan stakes , for three-year-olds , ono and ono-qunrtur miles , starters , Hanover , haggard and Hradford. They got the Man at tlio llrst oiler and dashed away , with Lag gard lirst , Bradford second , and Hanover third. Tills was regarded as ominous , as Hanover had generally sot the pace In all his races. As they swung Into the stretch Hrad- ford was In front , with Laggard at his heuls and Hanover last. Passing the stand Hrad ford led by a length , while Hanover was a head In front of Laggard. All were going under a pull , but Hanover did not eo easy , as usual , or pull as hard on his bit. On the lower turn , BiaUford opened np a gap of two lengths be tween himself and Hanover , who was still but ahead In advance of Lig.-ard. Toward the far end of the back stretch Hrad ford came back a length. Laggard put on steam on the upper turn , and a * ho went by Hanover , the cry was heard "Hanover Is beaten. " On came La.-gard , Increasing his load at cverv Jump , and dashed past the judge's stand winner by eight lengths. Brad ford was two lengths behind Hanover. Tltno 2:14. : Ono and three-eighths miles : Linden won , liarnum second , Uypasla thrld. Time liVf , * Flve-elehths mill : Mona won , Milton soo- md , Nailer third. Time l:0v. : Ono inilo : Suitor won , Easter Sunday sec- md , Grenadier third. Time 1:45K. : Steeplechase , full course : Major 1'lckett won , Marborough second. Time 5:05. : Racine at Saratoga. SARATOGA , N. Y. , July 30. The attend- nee at the races to-day was tholar.-cst of the season. The track was In line condition. The following Is the summary : For lillles , two-year olds , live furlongs : . . ( is Angeles won , Blithesome second , Cokena third. Tlme-l:03K- : Threo-finirths mile : Lewis Clark won , -heslnut Gelding by Catesby second. Erebus hlrd. Time 1:15 : % . Merchants' stakes , mile and live futlongj : Aunboyno and Elkwood wore the only itatters. This was ono of the most exciting aces that ever took place on the Saratoga .rack. The horses were lapped or running head and head the entire distance , and they passed tinder the wire on exactly even terms n 2:54 } . In the run-oft Elkwond won easily T ton lengths. Time-2:53Jf. : Mile and seventy yards : Blgeonetwon , Ovid second , Buffalo tiilrd. Timo-1:45. : One and ono-sixtcoutli miles : Irish Pat wan , Unlquo second , Strathespey third. Time 1:52. : * Fined For SellliiR the Game. DnxvEit , Col. , July 20. [ Special Tele ram to the BKI : . ] The Topeka and the homo club opened the third series of tbo Western League games at the now grounds , liver Front Park , which.aro conceded to bo ho linest west of St. Louis. The audl- jnco numbered 8,000 people. On the part of ho visitors the catne was a slugging ono roni beginning to end. Their In and out iieldlne and battery was faultless with a slu- glo exception. The homo club played the poorest game they have ever played in Den- rer. Their fielding and batting was careless , heir pitching miserable. The only redeem- .ng feature was Meyer's catching which was cood. Itspomatobe the general Impiession that Sproat , to bo revenged for the line Im posed upon him while plavlng in the east , sold the came. At a meeting of the directors of the Denver club to-night Spioat was suspended and lined 55350. Following Is the score : Denver 0 4 Topckas 10 10 3 0 8 0 0 34 Kuns earned Topeka 22 , Denver 3. Two base hits Goldsby , Gunson , Halleday 3 , Smith , Sllch a , Leheau , Ardners , Wordon. Three base hits Ardner , Conway. Homo runs Topeka 2. Errors Denver 7 , Topeka . Bases on balls Sproat 9 , Conway 2. Base ilts Denver 9 , Topeka S5. Passed balls- Meyers 1 , Gunson 1. Struck out Gunson 3. Wild pitches Sproat 2. Loft on bases- Denver 3 , Topeka 5. Tltno of game 2 lours. Umpire Hogan. Lincoln Defeat * Kaunas Oily. LINCOLN , Nr.n. , July 27 [ Special Tele gram to the BEI : . | The first of the Lincoln vs Kansas City series was easily won by the lome'club , the score being t ) to 4. Hart and Dolan , Lincoln's battery , proved themselves , as usual , almost Invincible. Graves caught a line gauio for the visitors. Staffords balls were freely batted by the sluggers. Lang lead In the batting for tint homo team , fol lowed by a homo run by llcrr. The score by Innings was as follows : Lincoln 3 0011800 1-9 Kansas City 0 02000020-4 Kuns earned Lincoln 0 , Kansas City 2. Tlireo base hits Bcckley and IJowo. Base hits Lincoln 19 , Kansas City V ) . Time of game 2 hours , 15 minutes. Umpire Hen- glo. Hustings I ) , Wichita 4. HASTINOP , Neb. , July CO. [ Special Tele gram to the Ilrn.J The game between the Hastings and Wichita clubs to-day resulted In the following score : Hastings 2 0100320 2 0 Wichltas 0 0000220 0 4 Base hits Hastings 20 , Wichita 12. Errors Hastings 1 , Wichita 3. Batteries-Nichol son and Reynolds , Hendrlcks and Schneider. Western League Rumor * . KANSAS Cm' , Mo. , July 30. [ Special Telegram to the BKE.J President Manges returned from Lea von worth this evening , where he went to arrange the transfer of the leagua records by ex-Secretary Murphy tc Secretary Elliott , of St. Joseph. President Mcnges states that a mooting of the league vi 111 be held In this city Tuesday next , al which the eighth club probably will bo < lls cussed. It Is considered a foregone conclu slon , and this statement Is endorsed by hlgl : authority , that Wichita will bo dropped and tbe season completed with six clubs. Em- porla , Kan. , has made application for mem bership In the league , but It Is not believed tlio place can support a western leaguu team , If Wichita Is dropped the schedule of game : will bo entirely rearranged. Kicked on the Umpire. CoiiTLANi ) , Web. , July SO. [ Special 'ield gram to the BKK. | .in the match to-day a Beatricn between Cortland and Deatrlco th < score stood O.to.O In favor of Cortland. Thli was announced by umpire Lewis in the las half of tlm ninth Inning , when the captalr of the Beatrice nine. Thlnfiston , kicked on i dcclstou of tlm umpire. Northwestern Lioaetto Uamoi. . DK.S MOINK ? , la. , July M. | Special Tol& 'grain to the 1 } E < | The game between De Molncs and St. Paul teams to-day resulted as follows : DCS Molncs 0 02300300 8 St , Paul 0 0 Base hits-Dos Molnes It , St. Paul 10. Errors Dos Mollies 1 , St. Paul 8. Batteries Dos Motncs Hutchlnson and SutelilTc ; St. Paul , Vlan and Stockwell. Umplro-Nay- lor. lor.At Mllwakpo-MllwaukeoP , Dulnih 2. At Lacrosse LaCnxso til , Eau Claire 3. At Oshkosh Oskosh 10 , Minneapolis 2. The American , \nsocliulon. Piiu.Anr.t.i'iiiA , July 30. The game be tween the Athletics and St , Louis teams to day resulted as follows : Athletics 0 00050000 H St. Louis 0 10003012-0 BAI.TIMOW : , Julv 30. The game between the Bnltlmores and Loulsvlllo to-day resulted as folUms : Louisville 0 04002100-7 Baltimore 0 3 BIIOOKI.YN , July HO. The game between the Brooklyn and Cleveland teams to-day resulted as lollops : Brooklyn 2 02100010-8 Cleveland 1 01020000-4 NnwVoRK , July 80. The game between the Metropolitans and Cincinnati te.un to day resulted as follows : Metropolitans 020020003 n Cincinnati..4 000000000-4 Ten Innings. National Lrnijuo Games. CHICAGO , July 30. The game between the Chicago and Boston teams to-day resulted as follows : ' Boston . . . . .4 01100001 7 Chicago 0 00000004 4 Pitchers li.idbourno and Clarksou. Base hits-Boston V , Chicago 13. Errors Boston 0 , Chicago G. Umpire Powers. DETROIT , July 30. The game between the Detroit and Now York teams to-day resulted as follows : Detroit 0 00401300 8 New York 0 00500200 7 Pitchers Twltcholl and Kenfe. Base hits Dctiolt 8. New York 12. Errors Detroit 5 , New York 0. Umpire Docscher. PirrsiiUHO , July 30. The game between tlio Plttsburg and Philadelphia team to-day resulted as follows : Plttsburg 0 0051001 8-10 Philadelphia 0 00000002 2 Pitchers Galvm and Devlin. Base hits Plttsburn 14. Philadelphia 5. Errors-Pitts- burg 2 , Philadelphia 1. Umpire Sullivan. INDIANAPOLIS , Julv SO. The came be tween tlio Indianapolis and Washington teams to-day resulted as follows : Indianapolis 3 3002100 1 10 Washington 0 10002010 4 Pitchers Healv and Shaw. Base lilts Indianapolis 10 , Washington 11. Errors In dianapolis 1 , Washington 3. Umpire Valen tine. Cricket. The first Important match of the season nine elf yesterday at the old base ball rounds between the Quidnuncs and the ein- iloj os of the freight audit ollico of the B. & il. railroad. The former having lost the toss , .vere sent to the bat by tholr opponents. After an Inning of an hour they retired In a ' 'medltatlvo mood , " with the prosperously mall score of X > runs to their cictllt , iviul the , ntlclpatlon of detent The glorious uiicor- alnty of cricket was never , however , more ilngularly exemplllled than when "tho ilthorto Invinclblo Kindallltcs" failed to ag- iiregato the necessary score to win. The bat ing of Mr. Jopn tor the winning sldo. and ho Holding of Messrs. Francis and Taalfe , iiclped to sivu ; the Quidnuncs from certain defeat. The following Is the score : QUIDNUNCS. t. Tanffe , "b" Vnughan 9 John Francis , "c and b" Mnir 0 11. Shakeshatt , "b" Vaughan 0 } . H. Purdon , "b" Vaughan J. C. Dosje , "c" Cralir. "b" Muir 5 W. M. Koberts , "b" Mulr 0 (5. ( H. Jtoberts , "b" Vaughan 0 M. Beall , "b" Vatuhan 5 J. A. Jopp , "b" Vausrhan 15 Jat. Uuaiic , "c and b" Vaughan 0 J. W. Broatcli , not out 0 Bves 2 Total 35 KIir.IOHT AUDIT OKKICK. G. W. West , "b" Slmkoshaft 3 A. McPherson , "b" Doyle 5 W. Gavin , "c" Taaffe. "b" Slmkosluft. . . . 0 J. Crulkshank , "b" Shakeshaft B G. II. Vaughan , ' 'c and b" Shakeshaft 7 J. T. Mulr , "c" Francis , "b" Slmkeshaft. . . 0 It. W. Ta > lor. run out 4 II. Craig , "b" Doyla 0 W. Wills , "b" Doyle 0 C. W. Anderson , "b" Doyle 0 J. Caldwell , not out 0 Byes 9 Total 33 nnao Rail To-dny. Yesterday afternoon dodgers freely dis tributed about the streets announced the fact hat a game of bnso ball would be played to day at Association park betwced the Union Pacific club and the Omaha nine. The dod ger was misleading. It should have stated that tlm Wichita club and the Omaluts would cross bats. The Wichltas are a good com bination and the tame to-day should bo a good one. In their recent , games they have beaten Topeka two and Lincoln one , and they will no doubt give the Omahas a hard tussle to-day , 'llio following are the players and their positions : Omaha. Positions. Wichita. Walsh ss Wilson Dwyer Ib liendricks Krohinover rf Hemp Fussulback 8b Lelghton Mes ett 2b Sharry Bador If Habcr Genlns cf Whistler lantzen c Shultz Harper p Baldwin To-day'a Athletic Sport. The entries for tlio various athletic con tests , which will bo contested at the annual picnic of the J. M. Thurston Hose company , at Hascall'b park this afternoon , together with the handicaps , are as follows : 100 yards piofcbslonal sprint handicap for SlOO In gold W. C. Bryan , of Des ilolnes , la. , nyd Ed Campbell , of Grunt ! Island , Neb. , scratch ; Leon Lozler , Will Fogir , of Chicago , and C. Stanton , of Greenwood , Neb. , 1 yard ; C. W. Jeffreys , ot Grand Kiand. Nob. , 2 yards ; J. Clark , of Grand Island , Neb. , 5 yards ; W , J. Fletcher , of Boston , Mass. . 0 yards ; Fred Cunningham , of Kansas Crty , 8 yards , and C. W. Ashlnger , ot Oniahi , il yards. Fifty yards professional handicap Leon Lozler , W. C. Bryan and Ed Campbell scratch. Will Fogg and C. Stanton , 1 yard , W. J. Fletcher a yards. J. Cl.uk 3 yards , C. W. Ashlnger and Fred Cunningham 4 yards. Jiroad jump Leon Lozler , Will Fogg. Fred Gasman , Ed Klmball , Ed Campbell , W. J. Fletcher and C. W. Ashlngor. Putting shot W. C. Bryan , Leon Lozler , Will Fogg , Ed Klmball anil H. Kimmciow. High jump Ed Campbell , Leon Lozler , Will Fogg , Fred Gasman , W. J. Fletcher , Fred Cunningham and C. W. Ashlncer. For the amateur events the turners of this city offer a handsomoiiold moilal for \\liicli the following well known athletes will com pete. 1W ) yards run-E. S. Washburn , J. J. Gromme. P. J. Klrbr , 0. F. Grommo , C. Bucchner and J. S. Mltc'.uill. Ono hundred and twenty yarda umatnnr hurdle race : E , B. Washburn. P. J. Kirby. J. S. Mitchell , A. Uclntzu , C. Buechner ant ! C. F. Gromme. Extra cars will bo run on the Thirteenth street line and conveyances will leave Far- nam and Thirteenth streets every ton min utes to accommodate the largo concourse ol pleasure seekers * which will visit Hascall't popular resort. Admission will bo only 25 cents , ladle ; free , and the proceeds will ho used In do fraylntr the expenses of the champion Thurs ton running team to the tiromon's tourna inent at Leadvllle , Col. , next month. Lc everybody turn out and l\o tlm boys a rous Ing reception , National Opera TronDlcs. TrK.NTOtf , N. J. , July SO. A bill was filc < In'tho court of chancery to-day by'C. H ; Win field , counsel for Joantitto M. Thurbcr , In-hn suit against tlio National Opera * company praying that a receiver ba appointed tor lit company aiid that It bo declared Insolvent. . WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW , But Slight Changes in the Tinanoial Situa tion in the West , . t ! MONEY VERY EASY OF ACCESS New York KvchatiRc Quiet and R.Uhcl Dull Dealing ! ) In Stocks Very , , , Limited nnd an Uncn- } aourngliiK Outlook. Western Financial Matter * . CIIICAOO , July 80. ( Special Telegram ta the HUB. ) There Is very llttlo change to notn In local tlnanclal affairs , and the gen eral situation li : about the sumo as noted dur ing the past two or three weeks. Within tha past lew days there has been a little more In quiry for money from the speculative and shipping branches of the produce trade , In anticipation of the delivery of property on Aiu-ust contracts , and borrowers experi enced no diniculty whatever In obtaining all the favors asked for , as the liberal reduction In stocks of grain and provisions hero dur * Ing the past mouth or six weeks has mate rially Increased the loaning facilities ot banking insltutlons. Merchants In tha wholesale trade enlarged their demands to some extent , nnd the good paper presented was readily accepted. Lumbermen borrowed sparingly. Kuther more money Is being for warded to the Interior , especially to move wheat , corn and oats , but It Is largely through commission houses. Live stock dealers have forwarded some money to the far west. Kate.of ) Interest are a llttlo more favorable to borrowers , yet the changes wore slight. Call loans were readily accepted at 0 per cent , and tlmo loans ranged at 6t < 3 per cent , accoidlng to tlio amount of money required and tlio standing of the borrower. Money In eastern markets was easier early at 4@0 per cent , but near the close of the week more ) stringency prevailed , and rates were ad vanced to 7@S per cont. Advices from abroad Indicate an easy teollng In that quar ter. Money Is abundant , with little demand from legitimate sources , and latcs of interest extremely low. New York exchange was quiet and rather dull throughout the week. The offerings were only slight and the demand was lim ited. Sales were made between banks at JOQrtOo discount nor 31,000. and the market ; closed steady and at 60c discount. Foreign exchange was In moderate supply nd the demand was only fair. The exports f breadstuffs , provisions , cotton and petro- Biim were not so large and the offerings of hlppors * sixtv-days documentary bills on Condon were lighter and sales were made 184. ) % 04.Sl'f , and closed steady at 94.81(3 ( .8l'f. ' A decidedly weak and unsettled foelln * vas manifested In the Now York stoclc iiarkt't during the past week and a mateilal eduction In prices tor most of the leading iropertlcs was submitted to. Apparently hero was more pressure to sell by largo > perators and a slight decrease In the c.irn- ngs ot some of the lines and reports of crop 'amago In some sections were the Influences irought to bear In weakening the market. Outside parties , too , were not Inclined to isule to anv extent and foreign speculators vero back ward about taking hold. Advioefl rom abroad Indicated a decidedly easy feel- ng In American stocks and lower prices were reported. Some realizing by "Ion s , " who have been worried out , wlso added to he depression In a general way. The sales on the Now Vork stock exchange for the vcek aggregated 1G. > S,500 shares. Business on the Chicago board of trade stock exchange vas exceedingly quiet during tlio past week. Jperators weio not Inclined to do much trad- ng lu stocks and business In local securities vas limited. Tlio dullness and weakness uanlfestcd In the eastern stock markets had a considerable etfoct here , and there Is little irospoct ot increased business before the early part of September. A few trans actions were made in St. Paul to even up trades , but outside of tills business was vorv limited. Petroleum attracted moro ban ordinary attention during the week just closed , and trading was active at very Irregu- ar prices. Tlio offerings were unusually leavv , while the demand was very active rom "shorts , " yet now siilllelent to support he market Prices declined 4@5c. The bales on the New York pctioloum exchange og- ; regated 10,501,000 barrels. A llttlo more life has been manifested In produce circles during tlio past wcok , and uorchants generally report an Impiovcd , rado In all branches , with prospects favoring an active business during tha balance of the lUinmcr and fall. Now York grain is arrlv- jigritthor trecly , especially winter wheat and oats , nnd the shipping demand lias boon well maintained , and the property widely dls- .rlbuted. Prices are very low and have reached a point where the chances ot losses ) > Investment are small. Consequently there is considerable buying In a quiet way by mer chants In all distributing markets , both for eign and domestic. I'liocondition ot growing and maturing crops -lias been re garded as an Important factor In grain circles during tlm past week and Indirectly had considerable influence on the course of prices. The movement of grain from Chicago shows a further reduction In stocks on hand , and shipments ot provisions have been sufficiently largo to further reduce the supplies of all kinds. Consequently money facilities for the moving of crops have boon somewhat improved by the balance of money In favor of the west. Speculative trade shows a little more life , with outside parties giving loncor deliveries the prefer ence , duo to the effect of the weather on crops In different sections. There is some Inclination by outside par ties to trade in heir products for mid-winter delivery , but so far the business has been limited. The packing of the west for the summer season now shows a decrease as compared with the returns of last season to date , with prospects ot a further decreato during the balance of the season. CRIMINAL CAKKLKSSXKSS. A Misplaced Switch Onuses a Fatal Railroad Accident. Coj.-coim , N. IL , July 80. A misplaced switch on tlio Concord railroad caused an ac cident this morning at Hooksett , by wliicli two persons were killed and severalwounded. The collision was between the up accom modation passenger train which was ulna minutes late and a mixed train which was standing on a siding. The passenger train , because of a misplaced switch , ran onto the siding and crashed Into the locomotive of the mixed train , wrecking both locomotives and haggngo and mall ears of the passenger train. Many of the tielght cars on the mixed train were also wrecked. Tlm pecuniary damage will ho heavy. Brakcmnn Fled liarnoy. of the PltSlii-ld train , was found under the cowcatcher of tlm engine of the passenger tialn. lie was removed with diffi culty and carried Into the freight station nearby , where after HnircrltiK In terrlhlo airony for half an hour ho died. Botoro ho died he said Ills follow brakeman. George Sailer , had loft the switch open. Tlio ex press messenger , George French , was klllcii , andseveial trainmen and passengers badly bruised aud cut. THE MORMON CHURCH. Action Itogun. In tlio United Kl.itoj Court to Dlsliicornornte It , SAI.TLAKK , July SO. United States dis trict attorney to-day filed suit against the trintecs and managers of the Mormon church In behalf of the United States to dlsliicoipo- ruto It anil wind up. Its business In accordance - anco with the provisions of the Edmunds- Tucker net. Court sot the hearln. for Sep tember 15. , ' ChnrKfldVlth EinhczzltMurnt. . ' 'TXJIIO.VTO , July 80. Jumes Homier , bonk- keepei/ot.tho / Jnternatlon.al Grain and Stock cxrtiai'me.'has been , arrested charged with .eiulx'/y.leiiient. It Is alleged that he.Is 810,000 'bhort.1 . . ' ' ' , ' .