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THE OMAHA BAILS' BE : FRIDAY , AUGUST 12. 1887.
, THE TROTTING.MEBT.ENDS , Yesterday's Events Among the Horsemen at the Track , WHIOHITA VISITS OMAHA TO-DAY To-day's Game Knees and llano Dall t All Points The Illcyclo Quar- tcr-Mllo KnconlJUrokcn Other Sports. The Close of the Moot. Notwithstanding the excellence of the pro- gramma at the races yesterday the attend ance was hardly a noticeable Improvement on that ot the day before. There were prob ably five or nix hundred people on the ( trnnd stand , and a hnndred more upon the quarter stretch , but these who were there enjoyed the afternoon Immensely as was attested to by their numerous and vehement bursts ot applause. The llrst event upon the card was the four- year-old race , ml Iti heats , three In tlvo , to harness , value of putso Si SO. In this wore Coupennont , owned by M. Tx > Titt , UuldoRnck ; 1. Jay S. , 1. J. Starbuck , McCook , and Nellie Zulu , P. McEvoy , Elk- born. Following will be found a summary : LJnyS . 1 1 1 Conpcrmont . 0 2 2 Nc'lflo/ulu . 3 8 a Time 3M1 , 2:3SJf : and 3:44J : The next was stake No. 4 , for flvo-year-ohlB , puree SI SO , Tlth Ted McMa- hon. owned by L > . 1) . Johnson. Mlntoro and Persuader , A. J. liri L'S , Superior. HUMMAI'.Y , Persuader . 1 1 1 Ted McMnhon . 2 3 Si Tlm2:3UJ : / , 3aJ : f and 8:41. : Stake No. ft , for pacing mares , value 5130 , resulted as follows : StIMMAIlV. Pet LoRRrt , ( Mlied Hy U. T. Illll , Syra cuse . 2 2 3 Anna J. , D. D. Johnson , iMIiitoro . 1 1 1 Time 2:42 : ; 2:20 : % and 2SJ. : Tlio last race , stake No. 7 , for stallions , pgrso S'-JTO , resulted as follows : Cyclone , A. Mlllholland , SteelnClty. . ! 1 I Ethan Allan , A. Thompson , Omaha. . 3 3 3 Zulu , P. M. McEvoy , Falrhury . 3 3 3 Tlino-2.41 ; 2:42 : nnd 2 ; : . 1 Attha sties yesterday there was a fair attendance , and the following stock was dis posed of : - ' Almnnt Boston , bought by 0. K. Lawaon , Hastings , 8200. "Alu'iont Scotland , W. W. Latta , Tekama , | I50. .It Altnont YorK , George ScoUold , Omaha , am Kllslo , Ocorge Halley , Falrbury , 5500. Abble Thompson , George Byron , Decatur , Mary Mock , J. J. Shay , Council Bluffs , Miss Fox , ( Joorgo Halley , Falrbury , 8155. Pride , Perry Uiothers , Wayne , 8190. Lady Itoybl , snuie , S'25. . Toothpick George M. Jurott , Ulonvllle , Md. . 3U5. Bnnirlo , Robert Corn Tekamn , S120. Paucha Almont , Perry Brothers , Wayne , 8375.Olee Olee , George Bailey , Fnlrbtiry , S360. Queen , ( ieorKO Byron , Decatur. S100. Itoyal , Patchfii , 11. M. McCaffrey , Omaha. Of Congressman Dorsoy's stock , Cora n. Loulso , Oscar and Charlie II. were sold to D. Cunningham , or Omaha , for $2,000. Monmnutli Park Paces. MONMOUTII PAIIK , August 11. Following Is the summary of to-day's races : Three fourths mile : Benedictine won , Omaha second , Defaulter third. Time- One and one-eighth miles : Bradford won , Suitor second. Freedom third. Time 2:04X. : Three-fourths mile : .Little Mlnch and Burcli dead heat , Climax thud. Time 1:14. : Little MIncb won the run off. Ono in lie : Eollan won , Jennie B second , ThoodoMus third. Time 1:43. : Ou nnd one-fourth miles : Argo won , Phil Lee second. The Bourbon third.- Time -2:13. : Mile : Easter Sunday won , Drake second , Editor third. Time 1:44. Steeplechase , short course : Hen Foam won , Little Follow second , Koudan third. Tlme-3lO. : Races at Saratoga. SABA.TOOA , Aueust 11. The attendance was largo , although the weather was show ery. Three-quarters of a mile : Touche Pas won , Pearl Jennlug second , Brauibleton third. Time 1:10. : - Ono and one-half miles : Hanover won , VVary second , Urlsetto third. Time 2:38 : > tf. Three-Quarters of a uillo : Kmporor of Norfolk won , JCIn iish second , Kstorbok Ihlrd. Tlmo-l:10. : One mile and a furlong : Saxony won , Wjihoo second , Swift third. Time 1:57K- : One mile : Lelcx won. Queen Bess second , Jubilee third. Tlme-l45. ; Lincoln 8 , Wichita 7. LINCOI.X , Neb. , August 11. [ Special Tele- grra to the BKE. I The postponed game between - tweon the Lincoln and Wichita clubs was played to-day and was by far the best gama of the series. The Tnpeka boys were specta tors and are on the ground for tbe great con test with tbo Llncolns commencing Friday. The scores to-day was as follows : SUMMARY. Runs earned Lincoln 4 , Wichita 9. Base on errors llendrlcks. Homo runs Dnnlols. Throe-base hits Isaacson. Two-base hits Hemp (8) ( ) , WhUUer , Beckley - ley , Lang. Shaffer , llorr. Btiuck out HuiulrickB 2 , Swnrtrel 2. Ijeft on bases Lincoln 5Y Ichlta 0. Umpire Bryan. Tlnui of jjauio 2 hours. To-Day's Uano null OKme. \VlchItix pays Its second visit to Omaha In series of three eamcs , beginning to-dny. The game Is culled nt 4 o'clock this nftcr- noon and the positions will be as follows : Omaha. Pos. Wichita. Kruhmoyer. . . , c Schultz Bartson K Daniels Dwyer lb Whistler Mcssltt 'Ju Sharry V usselbnch Jib Lolchton \Volsh ss McUlclland Vadvr It 1 labor tionlns cf liendricks Handle rf llemp . National Ijeantto Games. PirTSiumo. August 11. The uumo bo- tweiiu the Pittstmrg and Boston teams fo-davronulted ns follows : rittsburg..a oioiiooooi o Boston 3 0000000300 6 Pitchers Ualvln and KiuUwirne. Base hlts-Pittsbure 18 , llostna 14. Krrors Puts- burs U , Boston 4. Umplri > Powers. CHICAGO , Auxu.st It The Knmo between the Culcajro and Philadelphia tsauui to-day resulted as follows : Chicago \ 01000000-3 Vhlladelpbia 1 U1100000-3 1'itcliors Baldwin and HufHntou. Base hlli-Ulilctcn 10 , rbliadelphln li Krrors- Cliicnqn 4 , Philadelphia 8. Umpire--Dave thiHIvnn. iKDiANArot.is , August 11. The came between tbe Jndlan polU anil Now Vork | Mms to-dar rciiilted as follows : IndUnapolU 0 0000001 0i KorYork 4 0 i ! C 0 4 1 0 --11 'PltcAMi-MolTat ! and Welsh. Bass l.lti i-ladiantpclU t ! , Sew York 11 , Knors-- IndlanapollsT , NowTorlt 2. Umpire Val entine. DF.TIIOIT , August 11. The game between the Detroit and Washington teams to-day resulted as follows : Detroit 0 5 Washlnston 0 00000001 1 Pltchcrs-Orubor and Ollmore. Base hits Detroit 15 , Washtneton 5. Errors De troit 0 , Washington 3. Umpire Sullivan. American Annotation. CINCINNATI , August 11. The game be tween the Cincinnati and Cleveland teams to-day resulted as follows : Cincinnati 0 4013000 3-10 Cleveland 0 0500430 * -12 NKW YOIIK. August 11 , Tim game be- wooti the Athletics and Metropolitan teams .o-day resulted as follows : Athletics 2 10101100 0 Metropolitans..0 2 3 0 r. 1 0 0 * 11 Sr. Louis. AUKttst 11. The St. Louls- -oulsvlllu came was called t the end of the hlrd Inning on account of rain , when the core stood 5 to 4 In fnvor of Louisville. BAI.TIMOHR , August 11. The game between .ho Baltimore and Brooklyn teams to-day reulU'd as follows : lulllmoro 0 4101 4-10 Jrooklyn 1 10001 3 Game called at the rnd of the seventh nnlng on account of rain. Dtmmplon Pigeon Hhoot of Amorlca. DBS MOINE.I , la. , Auzust 11. | Special rclegram to the BBE. | Another and the ho last match for the championship ot the United States In pigeon trap shooting was : oncluded here to-day. Mr. C. W. Budd , of his city , doforUlni ; Mr. C. C. Williams , of illssottrl Valley , by a ncorn ot OJ to 93 , with a tse of thirty yards. Mr. Budd won the .ropliy . last September and the condition ? re- tilred him to defend It for one year azalnst II challengers , on sixty day's notice. Ho ias done so , and the time having expired be- jomos the ciiamnlon trap shooter of Amer- , ca. The low sco'ro wat caused by the poor weather , clouds of dust ; blowln < durno ; the llOOtllli , ' . Another Yacht Race. JlAKiiT.iniKAD , Mass. , August 11. The yachts that are to take part In the race for lie cup offered by the Boston Herald started shortly after 11:30 : this morning. The following are participants : Volunteer , Mayflower , Priscllla , Puritan and Atlantic. The Volunteer crossed the finish line at 8:50.23. : Fnstc.it nioyolo Tlmo on Uncord. CLKVKI-ANU , O. , August 11. At the races if the Clovclwid bicycle club to-day , W. A. IOWP , of Ly * nllasa , , the world's chain- , ulou , made the fastest mile over rode in America on quarter mile tracir , 2SO : > XHB WHEAT CROP. Interesting Statistics or the World's 1'roduct and > Prlcon. WA8iiiNiT6N , August'lt J. K. Dodeo , statlstlcan of-tbe department of agriculture , n an article entitled "Products and Prices ot Wheat , " says : . The ofllclal record of Im ports of wheat into , the United Klngdon of Great Britain for tfie Crst'lmlf of the present year shows a large increase 'In the proper tlon furnished by the United States 08 per cent against 51 per cent In the Urst six months of. 188ft and 1885. Counting flour as wheat the proportion Is,73.5 per cent against 00.8 In the similar perlod'of ' 18SC , and 00.6 In 18S5. There le a great reduction In the re ceipts from Kussla , a decrease from India of 30 per cent as compared with the Urst half'of last year , and a decrease from Australia. The quantities of wheat Imported from Jan- foJtine inclusive , with the value nnd average price expressed In measures of this Country. Bwilicl . ncr l > u. Russia. 2,782,003 82,847,811 gl.02 Germany l.HS.O''O = > 1,320,154 1.10 UnltedStates..82.7i,270. : ) 34,870.014 1.07 Chill 1,003,011 1,101,307 1.04 India 8,7.790 0,070,429 09 Other countries. . 3,600,170 3,720,848 1.02 Total 48,053,484 850,442,723 SL05 The value of wheat from this country is cents per bushel more than from India , and 5 cents morn than Itusslnn wheat. It Is higher than that of any noii-Kuropean country , and yet the quantity furnished Is twice as union as that supplied by all other countries. Whlln India Is tbe principal competitor of the United States in the world's market , her importance as a competitor Is greatly over rated. South Amnrlca has greater possibili ties as a cotnDetltor.though Its area In wheat Is small as yet. The present Indications point to moro than an average In European crops this year. The Indian crop , harvested a few months ago will be 20,000,000 bushels less than tbe proceeding , say 838,000,000 bush els. Australia will produce probablv 15,000- 000 bushels more than In 188.VHO , or 87,000,000 bushels. The product of the world promises to bo qulto as much as for each of the two preceding harvests. Not Much Chanced After All. WASHINGTON,11 August 1L [ Special Tele gram to the BEK. ] Now that the new clvl service rules governing promotions in tbo de partments have beou applied to the war de partment and the results have been made known , the question that Is agitating clerlca circles Is : "What Is It all about ? " Thoao who have been examined wore greatly worried until they had passed through the ordeal , but clerks In other de partments now await their turn with somo- wbat less apprehension , being reassured by the small percentage of these who were un able to pass the examination and full by the wayside. Now that the smoke after the battle has disappeared and the results of the Urst engagement can be ascertained , the clerks have looked Into the matter closely and come to the conclusion that the new rules for pro * motion do not change th former system of making promotions , except that the head of the bureau , or rather the secretary of the de partment , Is prevented from promoting a clerk who has failed to got a percentage of 75 in his examination. As clerks who fall are very few only about one In every fifteen examined the secretary has almost the same power as formerly. To be sure he is compelled to get his list of ellglblos from the civil ser vice commission , but as the commissioners In their turn pro compelled to Include In tha list all clerk * who attained a percentage of 75 or over" It would appear that the head of tbe department is allowed nearly the same ( attitude of discretion in his selection as before the nnw rules were enforced. A clerk who barely passed Is just as eligible for promotion aaoue who passed over ninety , and there is nothing to prevent the head of his bureau from recommending him and the secretary from approving the recommenda tion. According to the new rules the clerk who has failed Is coupelltd to undergo an other examination , and. In case of a second failure , "ho niay be reduced or dismissed , " by the secretary. It would appear from this , that dismissal is not compulsory and clerks stand nearly as rood a chance of promotion as formerly , llavlne secured the requisite percentage there Is nothintr to prevent the exercise ot favoritism or tbe recognition of eflielency just as was the case formerly. PcimloiiH Granted. WASHINGTON , August 11. fSpecial Tele gram to the BEK.J The following Nebraska jvenslons were granted to-day : Joseph For- syth , Pierce ; J. II. Fmrbank , Ord ; J. II. Nichols ( deceased ) , Gordon : T. W. Cameron , Alnsworth ( increase ) ; Hinanuel Cutshall , Wymorn : E. O. SShcpard , Friend ; L. A. Mc Donald , Strang. Iowa pensions : II. M. . widow of Prontls M. Thompson. Unlnbcck ; Uhoda , widow of Isaac Buttortiold , Slrola ; Nancy J. . widow of John N. Hossen. Knoxvllln ; John Urr , Arbor II111 ; John Habcock , Wlnfield ; Will iam L. Howard , Chclse ; Samuel Daughters , Keokus ; James M. Powell , Searsborongh , John A. Taylor , Donnellson. Increase : Will- lain F. Hnn y , Salem ; S. A. S trad ley , DPI Moluos : . Jay no , Coif ax ; J. 11. Hunt , Hall ; David lllirbee. Lima Sprlnra ; Joseph Trim- bflly. National ; Warren Wlfin , Muscatme ; John McDonald , Lyons. The President' * Plane. WASHINGTON , August 11. It Is about dellultoly determined that tha president will leave Washington tbe last week of Septem ber and go directly to St. Louis , probably by way of Indlixnapolls , Ho will spend two days nt St Louis and go from tbera to Chicago cage , Milwaukee , Madison , St. Paul , Min neapolis. Omaha , Kansas City , Memphis , Nashville and Atlanta , reaching the latter pl.ico In tlmo to meet hit engagement for October IS. _ Pom a I Change * . WASIIINOTON , Aueust Itl Special Tele- tram to iho Bur. . ] The poatraaswr gvneral has commissioned Andrew Rogers postmas ter at Ituby , Neb. The postofflce nt Wood- bridge. Cedar county , Iowa , has been discon tinued. The mall for that ofllco will go to Tlpton. Changes In star schedules Iowa : Hur- llngton to Auzusta : Leave Burlington dally , except Hundnvs , at 2 p. m. , arrive at Au gusta by 3 p. m : Leave Augusta dally , ex- centSundajs.nt So. m , , arrive at Burling ton by 1:15. : Goes into effect August 15. Discussing Finance and Fisliorlen. WASHINGTON , Aueust 11. At a meeting of the cabinet this afternoon the financial situation and thoiCanadlan fisheries ques tion wore the principal subjects ef discus sion. _ METHODIST CAMP MEETING. The Omaha District Anaomblajte Now Fairly Opened. FIIKMONT , Neb. , August 11. [ Special Tel- rgram to the BEK. ] The Omaha district Methodist camp meeting Is now fairly under way. It Is held at Rogers' grove , a distance of ono and a half mile from the center of the city on a main road , and Is of easy access. The grove covers forty acres and Is a delight ful place for the purpose to which It will be devoted during the coming week. It has been carefully put In shape for the event , and Is a cool and shady retreat. An abund ance of water Is supplied by three wells , and the accommodations for lunch and refresh ments are good. A seating capacity for one thousand persons has been provided , but will be at once Increased. The Hrst services were hold last night , and the address of wel come was delivered by the IJov. W. D. Luther , of Scrlbner. The exercises of the evening were very Interesting and the con gregation at this Initial service was about two itindred. Tlio ministers registered up to to- Jay are : Presiding KIder Phelps and Hev. 11.11. Mlllard , Omaha ; the Uoverends G. M. Brown , fremont ; It. W. Kstop , Paunllllon ; C. H. Savcdge , Sprinclield ; Charles DawBon , North Bond ; Jabez Charles , Johnson's Grovu ; W.D. Luther , Scrlbnor ; W. A. Wil son , Herman. Theie will bo two or three times this number of ministers present be fore the meetings close. Visitors are coming In on every train , and a largo number of per sons from surrounding towns are present. It Is anticipated that the attendance on Sun day will be somewhere from 3,000 to 5,000' people. The regular programme for the series compiISPS services six times dally , at 0:30 : , 0 and 10 o'clock a. m. , and 2:30 : 4'and 8 o'clock p. in. A Weil-Known Deacon' * Doatli. . FJIKMONT , Neb. , August 10. [ Special to the BKK.J Deacon Coriuou Whltneya resi dent of Cedar Bluffs , died suddenly this nornlng at his home from something akin tea a paralytic stroko. The deceased was one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of his community. Iowa's National Gnard. OTTUMWA , la. , Auscust It [ Special Tele gram to the BKE. ] To-day was the main day at the encampment of the First brlzado of the Iowa National Guard at this place. Governor Larabeo anff staff and Adjutant General Alexander visited the encampment and dined with General Wrlzht at brigade headquarters. At 2 o'clock the governor re- vie wed the troops In the presence of 0,000 people. The entire brigade was uniformed alike and In drllj , discipline and maneuver ing presented a liner appearance than ever before. All of the bands were consolidated Into ono military band of sixty pieces and the camp presented a very martial appear ance. After the review the governor held an Informal reception , slmklug hands with several hundred people. Filed a Snpcrsortoas. DuivaouK , la. , August 11.Special [ Telegram - gram to the BEK. ] Seven saloonkeepers , against whom Judice Noy ordered temporary Injunctions , filed supersodoas bonds this morning , thus staying the Issuance of writs. The prohibitionist attorney claims that the injunction Is In force and threatens to prose cute the saloonkeepers for contempt of court. Jndgo Ney Is a democrat and the saloon men are greatly surprised at seeing him assist In enforcing prohibition. An Infant Cyclone. , lo. , August 11. [ Special Tel egram to the BKE. ] A small cyclone passed over the southern suburbs of this city yester day evening , doing considerable damage. The wind then blew a terrific gale , tearing up trees and breaking them into pieces , blowing chimneys down and In one Instance breaking the rafters and lettlne In the rain. Several windows wore broken bythe heavy hailstones. The corn was out , up consider ably , but not seriously damaged. The storm was of a purely local nature and was not felt far from the city. > > Scalded Her Child to Death. DBS MOINKS , la. , August 11. [ Special Tele gram to the BICE.I Last night a woman named Brennan living on the south side went to empty Some boiling water from a kettle. Her little child , about throe years old , was under the porch , of which the mother was Ignorant. Just as she throw the watci the child ran out and the scaldlnc fluid wont oil over it. The little one's condition was terrible ana It was a pitiful sight. Medical assistance was summoned but them was no help for It , and at 2 o'clock this morning the baby died. Elected Bishop of Nova Scotia. DAVKNPOKT , la. , August It | Special Telegram to the BEE. ] Dispatches received here to-day announced that Bishop Persy , now In England , had been elected bishop ol Nova Scotia. Before the bishop left his home bora ho stated that while his name mleht be proposed for the high honor , he should de- cllno It If offered to him , for he had been elected bishop of Iowa for llfo and expected to spend his days In the alocese. Charged with Digamy. CiiAniTOir , la. August It [ Special Tele gram to the BEE. | Mr. A. S. Benson , aged about forty , had a hearing to-day on a charge of bigamy , and although he admitted having a wife In Camden , N. V. , he was discharged. Subsequently be was rearrested charged with assault to do great bodily Injury on an old lady. Iln now lives , It Is alleged , with a fourth wife , and It Is expected that he will again be arrested for bigamy. lowa'a Drought Broken. DBS KOINES , JIa. , August It Reports re ceived here to-day from all the northern half of the state indicate that the drought was broken by severe rains last night. This im mediate locality is an exception , as no rain fell here , nnd the drought ( s still more ser iously Intense. The Rlossod Rain. DunUQUK , la. , August It Rain fell last night throughout the whole ot northern Iowa. It cleared , after about two Inches hac fallen , all o'clock. Corn , grain and pa star atro are greatly helped by It and : better navl gallon Is expected In the river. Tha Bulgarian Prince. VIENNA , August It Prince Ferdinand , o Baxe-Cobnrg-Gotha , who Is on his way to Sofia , to assume the Bulgarian throne , sen a'note to the powers yesterday stating tha his reasons for starting for Bulgaria wlthou their consent was that he was convinced the opposition to his acceptance of the Bulgarian throne was not due to any objection of him personally , dut was directed solely to the manner of his election. A Bush Fire. CALEDONIA , Ont , August It A bush fire covering a tract between three and f ou miles has been raging on the Indian reserva tlon about three miles from here for the las few days , destroying everything In Its war It Is reported two Indians , a squaw , and sev cral houses and considerable stock wa burned. The air ID this village Is dense with smoke. BloUtnre For Michigan. DKTJIOIT , August It Reports from vari ous parts of tbe state are to the effect tha a heavy rain bas fallen , soaklne tbe grount thoroughly and puttlnir an end to the fores fires. In many places there has been no ralu for llvii or six weeks. The signal service re ports the rain as liable to continue at Inter vals for several days. This will probably drown out tha drought. Pleaurc-Paeuraonla at Detroit. DxTUorr , August It Pleuro-pneumonl lias been discovered at King'g cattle yard In tola city , A quarantine will b * instituted. THE GRAND AjjMY REUNION , n oJ ilammoth Proparationofor the Visit of the Old Soltli&'a o Omaha. NONE KNOWS $ tfo KILLED HER. i , i " > . in Tlio Bocnnd Inquest ) Upon Goorglana Clark A Stalrtiilnjr Affray In the South Etui Other Liooal The Urc&fitounlon , The reunion committee of the Grand Army of the Republic , comprising Chair man Sam B. Jones , Quarter Master T. S. Slurkson , Secretary C. F. Burniostor , General H. 0. Russell , of Sohuylor ; Comrades Hurley , of Omaha , and Rich ards , of Fremont , and Clement Chase , ecrotary of the board of trade commit tee , mot at the Mlllard hotel last night to prepare for the grand reunion which opens In this city September 5. The committee first arranged the plat of the camps which is to bo canvas city of 50,000 souls. The camp will bo x third of a mile in length from Cut-off ake to Florence lake and a quarter of i mile wide , from the Sixteen street 3 ] nil's to the river. At the south ends will bo the depots to bo built by the Union Pacific and Chicago , St. Paul Min- icapolis & Omaha roads for the occasion , and adjoining those will be the grounds ot apart for Iho United States regulars , comprising the Eight , Twenty-second md Second Infantry and the light arlil- ; ery from Fort Loavoriworth. The camp Is to bo arranged In streets t > y states as represented by the old soldiers in attendance , between whjch , running north and south , will bo a wide avenue set with tents for booth purposes , In the center of the camp the great dining tent will stand. On the extreme west , under the bluft'a , there will be erected the tents of the com- maudor of the cainp , iho quarter-master , adjutant general , reunion committees of the G. A. R. and board of trade , Women's Relief corps , the medical director and the press. On the north , over-looking the exten sive drill ground is to bo a grand stand GOO feet long , erected 'by the lessees of camp privileges. The camp is to bo di vided into throe divisions , with a com mander for each. Nearly all the Grand Army posts in the state have signilied their intention to bo present , and many in western Iowa. Abe Lincoln post of Council Blurt's goes Into camp 100 strong- . The commandcrrjchio / , General Tuttle , is to bo present , and General Lucius' Blureliila , commander in-in-chicf of the UhltcU States , will bo on the ground from first to last. Gov ernor Thayer and his11 staff will also bo present throughout the week. The gov ernor has given pepni ssioa te Bocrotarv Burmester to bringi UD from Lincoln , if ho will como for thC"mporsonaliy , the old battle flags of the 1'ifet Nebraska. The battle Hug of the ' oeond Iowa will be Shown at the headqrutr tors of the Iowa division. ' ; Any number of Iwhjls will bo subject to the orders of Commander Russell , as it has beeai arranged to bring to Omaha ! the musical organizations comprising the State Band association , without' expense to them selves. The uniformgfljjand of the , state reform school is also coming in from Koaruoy. > ' : > - The programme for the week was ar ranged atlast night's meeting as nearly as could bo at this time. It is proposed that after moving into camp on Monday and getting acquainted on Tuesday the veterans will start in procession on Wed nesday forenoon , moving- south on Sherman 'avenue and Sixteenth street to Douglas street , down Douglas and up Farnam , through the triumphal arch at the chamber of commerce where thn procession will probably dis band , not undertaking to march back in order the entire distance. Dr. Luding- ton of the army headquarters will under take to see that barrels filled with ice water are placed along the route and in * addition it is earnestly requested the citizens will have water ready conven ient for tha passing troops. At Minneapolis and Portland leading ladies of the city dealt lemonade to the troopers as they' passed , which sots a good precedent for Omaha. The re viewing stand , which will bo occupied by the governor , Generals Fairchild and Russolljandlother distinguished visitors , will bo on Jefferson square. One evening will bo devoted to the camp-fire , another to music , both vocal and instrumental , with a grand chors , and on Thursday night occurs the great naval display on Cut-off lake , being a mlnaturo of the Union gunboats run ning the Vicksburg blockade. This will , bo managed by L. W. Hastings , of Au rora , Nob. , commodore of the fleet. Tlio United States troops take part in this , as well as in the sham battle. The committee urges the people of Omaha who have any accommodations to offer , beds or cots , or places for the same , to immediately inform the chair man of tiio committee on public comfort , Colonel C. 8. Chase , southwest corner of Thirteenth and Dodge , or Secretary Nat- tinger at the Chamber of Commerce , the present headquarters of the committee. Reports before the committee iudicato that there will bo at least 75,000 visitors in the city. city.NO NO ONE TO BLAMR. Xbe Second Coroner's Jury Can Not Hay Who Killed Georgian * . Coroner Drexel yesterday rooonvoned the jury and hold a second inquest upon the body of Georgiana Clark , the colored woman whoso death in < i jail cell Tu es- day morning has croalc'd such an uproar her friends H&ainst the police. among . . _ . , . , . The Hrst verdict had i. t I1 t sil I. * .1 A A 4 U M udgod her death . . . . . . l ft l .l In J'W * A * * * MA .k. but the to bo from alcoholism charges of police brutality in ho ; "ireatraont under arrest were so frpo' > y circulated as to compel a complete investigation The now jury was thetsaruo as the old one , to the exclusion of'two members in terested in the police..nnd comprised the following : C. J. MoivtcT , Mutt Hoover , L. E. Corby. D. N. Con&u , j. u. Miller , Chancy Hall. i > The inquest was opuned at 5 o'clock in the ovcnlnc in the p'olice court room , Coroner Drexel otliciafiy presiding. At torney N. J. Uurnhaiji appeared at the instance of thu friends' of the deceased , while County Attorne p : . W. Siraeral represented the pooplp a The iirst witness aworn was Henry Ewult , the proprietor of the lodging bouse on Farnam near Eleventh street where Ooorgiana lodged. Witness testified that ut about 0:30 : Monday evening - ing ho found the deceased groping on the lower stairs too drunk to walk nnd ho called the police to arrest her. Ho also said that ho saw Fricdling , the un fortunate woman's white paramour , boating'Tier at her lodging Saturday night UlUcer John Brady and Block Watch man Powers testified . that they answered Ewalt's summons and carried the girl to the patrol box without violence. Onicors Andrew Crawford , of the patrol wagon , and Thomas J. Onnsby , the desk sergeant , stated jolutly'that the girl had bohavud a.s though drunk and confessed to them thifMho : had taken morphine hypodcrmtcally.- They related then how deceased had fought with her white coil-mate , Koso Maley , nnd ( Jrmsby stated clearly that he saw Koso knock down ( ieorglunaand leap from the bench with both feet violently planted in the fallen woman's breast. They jointly swore that they had used no taunts to provoke the women to llcht and that m separating them the gentlest measures were employed. Ormsby know that Georgiana was nllvo as late as 4 o'clock in thu morning , ussho was then standing at the bara crooning softly nnd in incoherent fashion. Her death was first discovered when the of ficer attempted to arouse her to appear in court. Drs. Aycrs and ( linn , and the colored physician , Dr. Hickotts , who conducted the autopsy , tcstllicil to the apparent print of boot heels on her breast , thu sev eral bruises elsewhere on her body , nnd the congested apncaranco of her throat and lungs. They thought that no dissipation in whisky nnd drugs such as were ascribed to Uaorgiana could induce thu undue quantity of serum found in the lung cav ity , and gave it as their united opinion thai the contusion resembling a boot heel mark ubovo cited was the direct cause of her death. Lcc Harkman , Carl Schmidt and Don Fischer , who were in the jail at thu tinio of the fight m the cell , swore that tliov saw Ofllcor Crawford slap her once with his o ; > cn hand ns he endeavored lo re strain her. Harkman also testified that ho saw Koso Maloy jump on Georgiaua as Orrusby stated. John P. Norwood , a prisoner in another cell , averred that ho hoard an officer say to Rose Maloy as Georgiana was locked up , " "EH , Rose , you've got to sleet ) with n nigffor to-night , " a remark which pro- voKcd the quarrel. This witness also claimed to have seen Olllcor Crawford drug Georgiana from the cell , throw her violently against the stairs and pitch her headlong into another cell whore she lay without making any further noise. "Shakespeare" Fricdling , the girl's white lover , told his oft repeated story of Gcorgiana's brutal treatment at the hands of the police a < ho saw it , to the oflbct that the girl was dragged along llio sidewalk to the patrol box , and was kicked by Ormsby as ho transferred her from Rose Maloy's cell. Ho described his Saturday night fight with the girl as though ho had merely administered her a few love taps , and swore that she never used morphine to his knowledge. A number of corroborative witnesses for both sides followed with their knowledge of small details and the case was given to the jury. In loss than a half hour the following verdict was found : "Deceased came to her death from the eflccts of alcoholic stimulants and morphine and injuries received externally , intlintcd by whom or what means the jury knows not. " Friodling and Rose Maloy who had boon hold in custody during the deliber ations of the jury were at once released. It is evident that the- verdict leaves the ciiso in about the same condition as be fore. The f ct stands , however , that the coroner has put himself to great effort and expense to reach the truth. The body of Georgian a Clark was in terred at Laurel Hill yesterday afternoon in the presence of u largo number of her colored friends. THUEB KM'FF. WODNDS. A Muflllan Stnba a Neighbor and He- slHtft the Police. Ed Warner , who lives at No. 1121 South Tenth street , is in the habit of coming homo drunk nnd abusing , with tongue nnd lists , his wife and six children. Ho is further a terror to the neighbors. The last time but one that he tried to raise his own roof the folks next door complained to the police and caused his arrest. From that tinio he has treasured a grudge against this neighbor , whoso name is John Spidcl. Last night Warner came home in his Usual stato. Seeing Spidcl leaving homo , and supposing ho was ; olng after the police again , he drew ft nite and stabbed him three times be fore Spidol oould get out of the way. The wounds wore ugly ones and bled profusely. Fortunately ono of the neighbors had summoned the police , and Ollicers lla/o and Ryan appeared on the scene. Warner immediately retreat ed into his domicile nnd delied the blue- coats. The door was burst open and ho was compelled at pistol point to surren der. The physician who was summoned to attend Spidel found throe wounda ono on the chin , another in the right breast , and the third on the loft side of the abdomen. The wounds are serious and Spidol's life was further jeopardized by great loss of blood , but the surgeon in attendance announce that the injuries are not necessarily fatal. Warner was locked up in the central station. TKB UKAL ESTATE KXOIIANOE. Its Aicctlnt ; Yesterday , and Manager \Voodllof Not an ICmbezzlrr. Tlio members of the Omaha Real Es tate exchange mot in special session yes terday to consider the charges preferred by a morning paper against Manager Woodhef , who was present. Major Clark- son said that the letters ho had received from Minneapolis and St. Paul regarding Mr. Woodliof wore just as good as any man would require as an endorsement when going among strangers. Thu ex change also had adopted resolutions of corilidor.ee in Mr.Woodlief , but , afterward Mr. Sol by said it would not bo just to so drop the matter without further inquiry. The suggestion prevailed , and accord ingly Messrs. Clark , Solby , Harris and Higgins wore appointed as such a com mittee , to report at the regular monthly meeting to bo hold on next Monday at U o'clock. Mr. Woodliof says that ho will sue the publishers ot tbo alleged defamatory article for libel. A Street Car Accident. About 10 o'clock last evening aa a street car was passing down the hill on St. Mary's avenue the driver lost control of the brake nnd the horses and car went Hying down the hill with an alarming ve locity. Three of the passengers jumped from the car , and all three were moro or less injured. A boy named Stubbs and an unknown negro wore both bruisctl badly. A Mrs. Kulor was thrown on her back and sustained injuries on the face and shoulder. The patrol was sum moned and she was taken to the hos pital. Ho , For Weeping Water. An excursion and basket picnic under the auspices of the Lutheran Sunday schools of Omaha will be held at Weep ing Water , forty-five miles southwest of this city , on Thursday , August 18 , and Iho prospects are for a very enjoyable time. Weeping Water is ono of the most romantic and picturesque spots In the state , and a visit there Is a treat any time. A special train will leave from the Missouri Pacific depot , corner North Fifteenth and Webster streets , at 8:80 : n. in. , and returning will leave Weeping Water at 5 o'clock. Round trip $1.00 , children 50 cents. The Northwestern League. PES MOINKS , la. , August It The Northwestern - western league games to-dayjwereas follows : St , Pai'l , 7 ; Dos Molnes , 5 ; at St. Paul. Min nopolls , 13 ; Milwaukee , 1 ; at Minneapolis La Crosae , 0 ; Uuluth , 7 ; at Duluth. A pain in the bowels , from whatever cause , may bo relieved by FredHrown'p JamaicaGiuger. Philadelphia , THE BltjVKIl ono\VN. Chejronne'a New Htuottor In Fired Up With Gratifying IleinUo. CHF.YKNNK , Wyo , , August It fSpoclal Telegram to the BKE. ] The Silver Crown smelter , thirty miles north of this place and five mllcss off the line of the Cheyenne to Northern railroad , was tired up for the litst tlmo yesterday morning. Over 300 tons of ore wore roasted and waiting for the smelter whcrl the lire was kindled. The ro.sutt of the run was gratifying , and the mine owuors of the district and the people of Cheyenne are Jubilant An assay of the matte was made to-day , showing a value per ton In copper , gold and Kllvor of SIOO. Bids for the niatto have been received from Now \ork. San Francisco and Denver , bufuclcnt ore has been made and I * on hand at the smolterto keep It running thirty days. Mine owners are sending to Little .Montana and Colorado points for competent minors. A branch line from the Choyonuo & North ern to the camp will undoubtedly bo built soon. The success of the camp will bo of great boncllt to Ghoyeuno which Is the near est supply point A lloiin On Vncht * . NEW i'oiiK.August It [ Special Telegram to the Bid ; . ] In a letter to the Field of Lon don Lieutenant William lletin says : "lain now quite satisfied that the Mayflower can beat us In any weather , from light air to a whole sail breeze. 1 am of the opinion that the Mayflower Is ton minutes faster than the Galatea over a forty uillo course In such weather as the last race was sailed. In light weather if the Galatea was canvassed to the extent she can carry since the bad keel was put right , the difference might not bo so much. I think the Americans ore still ahead of us In the matter of s.\lls , ami I nm notfiurolf the material they tun has not something m do with It. I have had a look at thu now Volunteer ami , ns far as lean ludse ( for she Is not yet down to her load line ) , she ought to boa very powerful and fast vessel. She Is deeper than the May flower , and I think will bo faster , and will therefoie irlvo the Thistle a good race. I don't think I shall race the Galatea any more. 1 only wanted to have a good square race with the Mnvllower for mv own satisfaction and I have had It , and am satisfied. Wo will wait out and sen the Thistle throughami then up- stlck and homo again In October. The mod ern Yankee sloop is , to nil Intents and pur poses , a beamy cutter with board and rig , oven to the smallest details. The days ot old death trap sklmmlUR dish are over In Amer ica , and the moderate beam and depth have won the day. 1 hope the Thistle will do the trick. She appears to bo a marvel In llcht weather , but do you think she will bo a $ coed n sen boat as the Irox , carrying such 'canvas and freight of timber aloft ? " , KELMOEUliNT UUO&8. They Don Their War Paint Hat Are Captured and hockedUp. BUTTK , Mont , August It The-Miner's special frdm PlcganAgency , northern Mon tana , says : "The annual dance' , of the Plesan ; Indians concluded tivdav. The bucks put on their war paint and prepared to make a raid south of the Yellowstone on the Crows. During the night Aeent.Baldwln directed the Indian police to arrest them. So the whole baud were seized and locked up. The Indians May Vote. WASIIINOTO.V , August It A. D. Ilal- broolc , of Niobrara. Neb. , telegraphs the In dian ofllco requesting that Agent Hill , of the Santee Indian agency , Nebraska , bo In structed to prevent the Santee Indians from votlnir at the election to bo held August 13 to determine the location of the county seat. Actlmr Indian Commissioner Upslmw has replied that under the treaty and allot ment law these Indians are entitled to all tbo privileges and Immunities of citizens of the United States , and thnso privileges must not IB the least be Interfered with. The Henry S. Ivca Suspension. NKW YOHK , AuKUst It The firm of Henry S. Ivo. < has just notified the stock ex change of Its suspension. There was In tense excitement In the board as soon ns the announcement was received. Liabilities are estimated at 820,000,000 with assets Slightly In excess of that amount. Fatal Powder Works Explosion. SAH KHANCISCO , August It The Grant Powder works , of West Berkoly , six miles from this city , blew up to-day. Buildings wore shaken and windows broken throughout the entire business portion of the city. Ono Chinaman was fatally , and four white men and six Chinamen seriously Injured. Jealousy nnd Death , CHICAGO , August It Dr. John Mo- Donald was fatally shot last night by his wife , who then put a bullet in her own-head. She Is dangerously woundod. The cause Is said to bo jealousy. Tim trazedy occurred In the couple's room at the Brlgrs house. Illuine In Qiironstown. Dunr.TK , August It lion. James U.BIalue visited Queenstown yesterday and Inspected various places of interest. After leaving his card at the residence of Platt , United States consul ho returned to Cork without having been recognized. Chicago Hnodlera bntitenocd. CHICAGO , August It Commissioners Cassleman , Oliver and McCarthy , who had been fined 81,000 were sentenced to-day. Informers Lynn and Klohm , the commis sioners , plead entity and were let elf also with a line of 81,000 each. McOlouehry was sentenced to two years In the peuitentlory. A Petard Hoisted. MADitm , August It Two petards were exploded this mornlne on the stair case of the minister of the Interior. Nodatnago was done and no clue to the perpetrators. An Ininno Asylum on Fire. MILWAUKEK , August It A special to the Sentinel from Madison says : At 3 a. m. tbe Mendota asylum Is on hre 'and burning fiercely. The fire department has been sum moned. No particulars yet. Six Men Killed. MAnp.ur.TTK , Mich. , August It Near Nor way to-day six men were killed , and six sor- lously , and others slightly Injured , by the tailing of a water tank. The Uest Cosmetlqtte a lady can use is a perfectly prepared toilet soap. Try Cashmere Bouquet. An Astonished Admiral. HALIFAX , August It Admiral Luco was asked It he was surprised to find Secretary Whitney's dispatch In the piass , and de clared he was never more astonished In his life. She has the complexion of n Peach , Pozxoni's Medicated Complexion powder did it. Sold by all druggists. Army Notes. Rev. W. T. McAdams , post chaplain , will resign on tint Urst of next month. Ho has been in the service of thu regular iirmy for ton years. During the war ho served as chaplain of thu Fifty-seventh Pennsylvania volunteers. The reverend gentleman is of the Presbyterian denom ination and ha < 5 been rccogni/.od as ono of the ablest clerics of that rcligiom per suasion. The army ollicerfl are especially loud in their praises of Mr. MoAdams whoso retirement they universally re gret. < Complexion Powder is an absoliito necessity ot the rollncd toilet in this cli mate. Pozzoni's combines every element of beauty aud purity. lUmbnll Named Second Vlco PrcHiilont. DEXVKII , August It At a meeting of nlll- clals ot the Union Pacillo road Imieto-nlitht ( ipiieral Tralllc Manager Thorna" L. wa * appointed M-comi vice ptusldent. Weather Indlontlnn * . For Nebraska : Fair weather , wiuils generally shifting to east nnd south , blight changes In temperature , ForDakoUt Fair weather , cast to south winds , sllgbtiy warmer , xctipt In rxlfeiiui southern portion , BUUlon , ry toiiu > 'crnli.rc. IlrcvltloH. L. 11. Webster left last night for Min neapolis , Mum. , on a recreation trip. During n ro&ldcnco of twenty-eight yoarl < this Is the Hrst leisure from business he lias taken. The first stalnoU glass window 1ms beou put In place over the eastern win dow in the chamber of commerce. It represent ; ) a pair of stalwart steers , witli horns longer than a telegraph polo. Thu Homo Investment company filed its articles of incorporation yesterday. The purposes are dealing In real cstato nnd loans , the capital $ r > o,000 and the in * corporators Kdwin G. Rowloy , Klmer E. Fitiney nnd Charles K. Collins. Rev. Mr. Savldgo , of the So ward street Methodist church , will deliver n sermon on "Loafers" next Sunday. Ho is collecting material already umf states that ho will raise several local scalps. His subject ought to draw a full house. A reporter for the HER yesterday asked John A. Creighton whether ho would dispose of his property west of the present pn.stolllcu , in the event of laud being required to build a structure for the mails. Ho replied that ho would bu satisfied to so 11 for such a purpose , and not only that , but ho would sell the same at a very liberal liguro. Tobias Uberfeldur , a prominent mer chant of San Francisco , and family , ar rived in this city yesterday on a visit to Mr. 1. Oborfeldor , and Ins brother-in- law , Benjamin Newman. Arrangements had b n made for a joyous meeting of the families of the parties named and their acquaintances. The suit death of Joseph Newman has brought the shade whore the sunshine was promised. It will bo a surprise to the many friend. * of the genial Colonel Frank llanlon to learn that ho has becnmo a musical com poser of note. His latest and most creditable - > itablo cllbrt whiuli has come to the at- * . tcntlon of people hereabouts Is. "Toll Mo the Old , Old Story , " which Is dedicated to M. O. Maul. The little page is artis tically illustrated with a woodland scene , the leafy chestnut tree doing prominent duty in the foreground. * Chas B. Persons , who for several rcaro. " 'acted as clerk in the Paxton , and ' Who' ' more recently has given widespread satisfaction - ' ' isfaction at the Windsor , Lincoln'haa ' i retired from that place aud goasvwittui Charles Kitchenlate of the Capitol hotel * . Lincoln , to Lendvillo , whore ho nets iasii head clerk in the Tabor Grand hoti-l j which Mr. Kitchen is about to .open. MX" ) Person's iirbanitv and attontivoucss liayp made him one of the popular 'gontlemon' . t in liis business in this part of the country. The funeral of the late W. W. May'aU , ' ono of the employes of the Omaha -Nil : , tional bank will take this , place afternoon - > noon at D o'clock from the residonco' of Major Dennis , Twenty-ninth fltreoU The deceased was a. member of Mt. Shasta lodge K. of P. , and eight membor's . of the unformed rank of that order will act as pall boiirors. All members of the' > order are Invited , but only the pall bear- ' crs will bo in uniform. The A. O. U. W. will also attend in a body aud read their burial service at the gravo. Pemoual Paragraphs. , Dr. Swctnam left yesterday forCalletts burg , Ky. Secretary Wiley , of the waterworks , is in Ottumwa , la. R. O. Pugh , of the Pine Rldgo ngcnoy , registers nt the Paxton. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rose , loft yesterday for Colfax. , for a sojourn of n few days. E. S. Albright appeared on the streets yesterday after n severe attack of sick ness. ness.Lieutenant Lieutenant Henry 11. Wright , of the Ninth cavalry , ono of the bravest young ollicers of the army , is at the Paxton. Rev. Thomas MoCaguo loaves on Au gust 33 , on the Alaska , of the Guion hue , for n six months' visit to Europe. Attention A.O. U. W. All members of the A. O. U. W. nre hereby respectfully requested to attend the funeral of our late brother , Wm. 11 , Mayall , at 3 o'clock p. m. , from his Intn residence 1803 Georgia avenue. F. E. CiJTLEii. M. W. , Union Pacific Lodge , No. 17 , THIS LOVELT COMPLXZION IS TUB UESULT OF USING HACAN'S Magnolia Balm. It I * ndcllslitful I.HJUin for the FA OB , : NKCK , AUMH and HANDS. Orrrcomet Heat , Kuuburn , HullofTDCM , Itednrin , Molb-ratclica and every kind cf SKIN IIUnKiiromcur. Appllollnamnmrnt. Can * * f o not bo Delected. PUKE and UAUMLESSI Tnko It with you to the Bculde , tlountaltui * and ll Hural nrmrts ; It Is to clranly , r - fretitilng ami rcjtful after but drive , loug i' ramble or BO * bath. ' TRY THE BALM I WILL NOT UNHOOK WHILE BEING WOHN. Erf ry laily whu desires | icrfcct ! < m In style ami lotin should wear them. Mantificturca only hr the WORCESTER CORSET COMPANY , Worcester , AUii. , ud 218 Alaikct itrett , Cl RICHARD'NUNNTM. D. , ( nt'iii INI OCULIST AND AURIST. 15 18 DODGE S 7" , 10 A. M.JO 4 P. M. Jly Dr. Snoilllior'i inutlioJ. No operation ! uu jmm ; no detention from luminous , Aduptoil In clillilriui us well ns * ro u pooplr. lluinlre < l t uuUunttih tfUliiiiininls on Illu. All butlncil strictly confliluntlal. C'oiiMiltnUon free. PROF. N. D. COOK Uoor.i ( i , luM Douglas St. . Onuili.t , Neb , i. vo IHTO-III. u. r , Real Estate Dealers 110 So-.iUi K | > rin Silrtcl , . LOfi AXGJSLJKS , CALirORXlA. Denary ! a ellunil c .111 u try prnpertJ f'-l | il'ficrlitl'ii4' : ; ( Iciior * ! I'.t.'ojinuUOU to ; , OOUIOM r"r jl : ' I'iron. '