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Three Little BOYS Saw In a New
Jersej Osmeterj.
' Ie Developcs An Illicit Fondness For
Wealthy Ijady Parishioner
t Wife and Children Shamed
Borne KoalUtlo Testimony. *
"Wo Caught Vou. "
. NEW YoitK , bcpt 21. ( Special Tele-
( train to the BEK. ] Very damaging testl-
teeny was given at Durham , Conn. , agatnsl
the Her. Otis A. Glazebrook , pastor of St ,
John's church , Elizabeth. 71. J. , who It is al-
'leged wasdlscovored In flagranto dellcto will
kKis ] * Foote , a wealthy partsliloner , In n
'cemetery at Durham , In which village both
, * rero spending the summer. The Invcstl
Cation was conducted by a committee from
i/3t. John' * church.
v Mrs. Bralimril , with whom Qlazobrook , 111 !
% lfe ana daughter and Miss Footo boarded ,
( testified that she had often seen Miss Footo
[ jtloufl with Glazebrook In his room.
II. 1 + Baldwin testified that ho saw Miss
Footo lyine on the bank of a pond with t
Inan ho believed to be liev. Glazebrook beside
Mrs. Sylvester said she saw Glazebrook sev
feral times wave his hat towards Miss Foote'f
Window as a signal to her to come out 0m
time they went UD a lonely lann together
nd when Glazebrook saw the witness he
dodged Into the bushes.
Bradford llatham , ono ot the boys who savi
tohat took place In the cemetery , said : "Mlsi
Hooker told Fred Atwell and me that she sav
Ur. Glazebrook go into the cometory. Wi
went to the cemetery and heard Mr. Glaze
brook and Miss Footo talking. We sat dowr
twhlnd a tomosione and saw Mr. Glazobroot
and Miss Foote In a questionable position ,
} shouted , and Glazebrook rolled over am
ran down the lot. Jumping over fences , with
cut Ills hat.o - to him Yoi
needn't run , wo caught you. ' Ho made nc
reply. Miss Foote was crouched down neai
the hedge , and asked If we wanted anything
tBhe then nicked up her gossamer and um
brella and started up the hill. "
fi Fred Atwell told the same story.
The committee went to the cemetery am
the iMiys pointed out the spot whore Glaze
Titook and Miss Foote were and described
their positions. Two of the committee as
iDumed the position described while the othen
Wont behind the tombstone where the boyf
vcro and It wan found that they could have
leeii what they described from their hldlnf
Alnnzo Rogers , another boy , who was Ir
he cemetery , testified that Glazebrook's per
ion was exposed when ho jumped up.
t Miss Kober testified that she saw Glaze *
> rook and Miss Foote go Into the cemeterj
in the day mentioned by the boys.
Miss Fannie Parsons said she saw Glaze
irook running up the lane without a hat or
he afternoon of the escapade.
Miss Nellie Matheson and Miss Hlcksot
Raw Miss Footo coming hurriedly from tlu
( Cemetery about the same time. The com
tnltteo returned to Elizabeth to-night to re
Jw > rt on what they learned.
She Goei on a High Ixincaome anil
fn Gctii In Trouble.
' HOT SrniNas , Dak. , Sept. 24. [ Specla
I'elegramtotheBER.j Mrs. Emma.I. Hold
i "cattle queen" from Now York wel
known In Omaha , got on what the cow boy :
sail a "high lonesome" about the 1st of Sop-
icrabor and caused the arrest of a young col
ired man whom she charged with an assaul
vlth a deadly weapon with intent to control
he crime of rape. After a prolonged exam
' nation of five days and two nights , In whlcl
Sstelle ot Omaha and Norton of Hot Spring
fccted as counsel for the prosecution , am
Cosd.ot Rapid Cltv and Wilson of this placi
were counsel for the defense , the defendan
fcras discharged. From the first the
ympathy of 'the whole countrj
las been with the defendant
.nd . every one believes that the prosecutloi
IRS attempted to cloak her shortcomings b :
iroseeutlng an Innocent nonro. The decls
on of Justice Wood in disclmrclng the de
endant gives universal satisfaction. On be
ntr discharged the defendant commenced an
ictlon against the alleged 'cattle queen foi
ho sum of S'iO.OOO damages fordefamation o
Character and false imprisonment
'be Men Still Out Confident ol Ultl
matoly Winning.
' I'lTTflnunaPa. , Sept 24.-SpecIalTeU [
tram to thoBRE.I A. A. Carleton , of th
general executive board of the Knights o
fjabor , who was In the city this evening , wa
jwkeel about the status of the big strike In th
fcoal mines In the anthracite reelon , Ho said
> 'l have just come from the anthraclt
regions. The men who are still on a strlk
ire all confident of ultimately winning , Th
nen who have gone to work have been prai
icaily granted an advance in wages of ti pc
wnt This advance Is conditional , that li
tthe , men who are still on a strike win , the
he advance will continue , but if not. the
tin lines of settlement will apply also t
hose now at work. There are now betwee
.7,000 and 18.000 men out The number
work at the advance is between 85.000 an
10,000. These men have boon assessed 5 pe
tent , ot their woees to support those who ai
Itill out. " In referring to the general assen
Dlv of the Knights ot Labor , which con
mcnces at Minneapolis on October 3 , M
L'arleton said that as things looked now , n
lidu't think Mr. Powderly Intended toreslg
is general master workman.
fi. Compromise Ticket Already Agree
SAUATOGA , N. Y. , Sept 24. [ Special Te !
tgram to the BKE.J A few of the delegate
to the Democratic state convention , whlc
JrlU bo held hero on Tuesday , arrived to-da ;
They say that the slate ot nomlnatlor
Which has been made by a scries of coiupn
pilst-s between Cleveland and Hill douiocra
Is as follows : For secretary of state , Frei
eric ) ; Cook , of Rochester ; for attorney coi
ral , William A. Pouchor , of Osweiro ; fi
omptroller , Edward Whlmplo , of Fulto ;
Vlllo ; for state treasurer , Lawrence Jkr'lt
Eoratd ; for state engineer. John Bogort , >
Now York. Secretary Cook and Treasur. .
Fitzgerald do not desire a renomlnation , b
thojwrty manajrers say they must take !
They say Cook's name Is needed to catch ,
possible , the German votes , und Fitzgerald
lyuecded to catch the Irish vote. Ilavii
eereed on a state ticket , the main object
the Hill faction will be to capture the sta
committee , which at present controls the fe
eral machine. It Is doubtful It the govern
can overturn the majority against him.
Burying the Part.
E , VANSNH.I.K , Incl , Sept 21. At the do :
of the blue and gray reunion heio yostcrdi
evening letters were read from Governor
E. Jordan , of Oeorsla , United States Son
tor S. M. Cullom , General Jamej Longstrei
lion. Roscoe Conkllng , General John
lllack , General Basil \V. Dubo and Color
w. C. Goodloe , The two first named we
representatives from two sections and we
heartily received. They express the sar
sentiments , commending the purpose ot t
reunion and tendlne to obliterate all dlssu
Blons growing out ot the civil war.
First premium awarded Union sowii
machine , 1603 Howard st.
Weather Indication * .
For Nebraska : Warmer , local rains , UN
Jto fresh variable winds , generally souther
For Iowa : Light local rains , warm
light to fresh variable winds.
For Eastern and Central Dakota. War
er , generally fair weather , light to frt
variable winds , generally southerly.
First premium awarded Union sow !
machine , 1009 Howard at.
An Old Lady Fatally Burned.
CKDAR RAi'iDb , la. , Sept 24. Mrs. Stc
rt , n old lady , was fatally burned tills evi
Ing by the explosion of a lamp. . The hoi
i burael to toe ground. . ,
William R. Cox ft Candidate For the
WASHINGTON , Sept 2t [ Special Tele
gram to the BEK.J It was said at the state
department to-day that ono ot the names
which la being considered In , connection
with the appointment ot an assistant secre
tary ot state In place of ex-Governor Porter ,
who recently resigned , Is that of \Yllllam
It. Cox , of North Carolina. Mr. Cox was n
representative In the Forty-sight ! ! and Forty
ninth congresses , and was a member of the
house committee on foreign affairs , lie
paid a greut deal of attention tc
the consular service , while a membei
of the committee , and it Is believed
that his Investigations Into consular affair :
make him particularly titled for the place
lately occupied by Governor Porter. The llrsl
assistant secretary of state has entire chaw
of the consular service , and It Is essential
that the Incumbent of the oftlco should have
a thorough knowledge of the duties ot the
commercial representatives of the United
States stationed abroad. Mr. Cox was r
member of the committee on civil service re
form. In that position ho was vary active
in opposing the various bills whlcl
were offered for the repeal of tlio Pendieton
net and was regarded as a linn believer Ir
the theory of civil service reform of the ox
Istlnz brand. It was reported and ecnernllj
believed that his devotion to his principles Ir
this respect resulted In his defeat for re
nomination. The president Is reported to b <
anxious to do something for Mr. Cox , ant
for tills reason it Is probable that ho may tn
selected for tlm place It is denied at the de
partmcnt that the president has offered tin
assistant secretaryship to Mr. 1'erry Bclmont
1'onslone Granted.
WASHINGTON , Sopt. 24. | Special Telezran
to the llEE.l The following Iowa am
Nebraska pensions were granted to-day :
NeDroska Barbara E. , widow of Jame :
Gallagher , Crete ; minor of Soloman Ever
Omaha ; Ann E. , widow of Orviilo D. Miller
Stuart ; Lafayette Osenbaugh , North Au
burn ; if. It. Wllcox , Sarpv ; E. M. Myers
Alvln. Increase Uarvy Owen , Liberty ; E
P. Camp , Superior. Ko-lssue William II
Fitzpatrlck , Blnnnilngton. Navy Jerome
Backus , Sweet Water. Mexican war Joht
Miller , Beatrice ; John Janham , Wooplnc
Iowa Waltv. mother of Lomts S. Hardy
Clor Lake : Sophia , mother ot Aueus
Kook , Wall Lake ; Mary E. . widow of .lour
T. Babb , Ke-okuk ; minor of Albert U. Trus
roll , Monroe : John Hutherford , Coon Rapids
Thomas G. Badle. Albla ; Henry Jennings
Dunlap ; George W. Collins , Manhattan ; M
ll.Gadley , Eldon ; John W. Barlow , Itoss
vllle : Charles W. Benlcht Brooks ; Wood
son S. Estes , Klvortnn ; Patrick Welsh. Newton
ton ; Sanfoid G. Lewis , Kussell ; Talmat
Selly , Early : Thomas Pratt. Carlisle. In
crease Joseph Marsell , Clarlnda ; D. C
Chapman , Prlmclmr : A. S. Bailey , Crom
well. Ito-lssueand Increase Daniel FlemIng
Ing , ast Dos Molnes ; John Fronc'i ' , Frank
lln ; A. M. Brobst , Knoxvllle ; K. M. Grove
Des Molnes ; < Amos \Vaukon. Mexican war-
James Carpenter , Sandyviile.
In th Interest of I'nro Deer.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 34. It is the Intontloi
of Commissioner Miller , of the Internal revenue
nue bureau , to transmit to congress the re
suits of the Investigations he Is about t
make into the purity of the different brand
of beer. If deleterious adulterations are re
reaied the commissioner will suggest tha
iongress confer the power upon the bureai
o prevent the making of impure beer.
Denied the Motion.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 81. Acting Secretar ;
\Iuldro\v \ to-day denied the motion filed b ;
10 Northern Pad He railroad company ash
ng a review and reversal of the departments
eclslon of August in , 1837 , In the matter o
estorlne to the public domain the land here
ofore withdrawn for Indemnity purpose
nder the grant.
Honda Offered.
WASHINGTON , Sept 34. Applications fc
ho prepayment ot Interest on $20,000 reels
: ered bonds were received at the treasur
.o-day , making a total to date of 305,832,151
Yesterday's Bond Purchases.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 24. The aggregal
unouut of bonds purchased by the treasur
ppartment to-dav was 81,900,3.10 , Includln
& 5'i2G20 4 , and $1,877,700 4 } per cents.
Funeral of General Rickets.
WASHINGTON , Sept 24. The funeral c
General A. B. Klcketts took place this attet
eon from his late residence.
Gold In the Treasury.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 24. The gold col
and bullion In the treasury on September 2
was 8289,077,835 , which Is an Increase In th
total for ten days of 33,510,038 ,
'assengera ' to Be Carried Across th
Continent In Four Hays.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. , Sept. 24. The slat
ment la made here that JohnO. Sprecklei
president of the Oceanic Steamship coi
pany , has made an agreement with U :
Atchlson , Topeka & Santa Fe road provldin
or a through express from San Diego I
New York In four days. The train Is 1
carry mall and passengers tlirourh with bi
few stops , and the Oceanic company
steamers , If pushed , will cross the Pacll'
from San Dieiro to Sydney , stopping i
Auckland , In seventeen or eighteen day
The total time from Sydney lo Llverpoi
will bo reduced to twenty-eight days.
8t. Joe's Gable Hood Contract Let.
ST. JOBKPIT , Mo. , Sept. 23. [ Special To
cgram to the BKR.J The contract for bulk
ug the Wyatt park cable road was let to-dn
to J. T. Lorned , of Plalnfleld. .The cor
tract calls for the completion of the roa
within one year after signing the contrac
The bid was 9450,000 for four and a ho
miles , Including the erection of the powi
house. Mr. Lorned stated this afteruoo
that the road would bo completed by Januar
1888 , and that work .would bo commence
October 15. The Wvatt park cable line wl
bo the first built In St. Joseph. Itcommenci
at Seventh and Ed more and goes south
Olive street , and thence east of Olive
Twonthleth street , where Wyatt park Is si
iwted. The Miller system has been niloptc
First premium awarded Union sowin
machine , 1G09 Howard st.
Flro SiifTorors Allowed to Suffer.
EATON , Me. , Sept. 21. ( Special telegra
to the HICK. | A Hurry has boon caused he
by the charges made against lha lire roll
committee by the Labor Advocate. Tl
committee consisted of some of the be
people of the place. The fire occurred In
October. Money and clothing were so
from all p artu of the country. It Is said th
about $35,000 hi cast was sent , besides li
inense quantities of food and clothing. It
Bald that those who had charge of the dlsti
button of these thlius.took the best of the
to their own houses and put the sufferers I
the tire off with whatever they liked to gi
them. It is also claimed that the commltt
loaned much ot the money nt low rates
Interest Instead of distributing It.
First premium awarded Union sowii
machine , 1G09 Howard st
York'H Centennial.
YOKK. Pa. , Sopt. 24. The second and It
day of tha centennial of York as a borou
was ushered In at sunrise this morning
the chiming ot bells and the booming of en
non. At 10:30 : the Industrial parade vt
formed and moved over a long route. Neai
all the ludusulfis ot the city were Includ
In the procession 'with fiats magnlficen
decorated. At the head of the line were fc
floats Irom the Indian school at Carlisle i
companied by a band of music.
First premium awarded Udion sowli
machine , 000 Uowimi st.
Tobacco Uulneil by Front.
DAYTON , O. , Sept 2t A hard frost t
morning killed the late leaf tobacco sta
which will amount to about two thousa
boxes of seed loaf to the growers of t
valley and utterly ruined the late vegetal
prospect , . _ _ , .
. First premium awarded Uulon sevyl
machine , 1GOU Howard at- ;
A Night Watchman' * Discovery Greatei i
Senwtion at ( hkalooaa. la.
One of the heading Firms Ordered t (
Leave Under Penalty of Being
Blown To Pieces Other
Iowa Nnws.
A Dynamiter's Warning.
OSKAI.OOSA , la. , Sept. 24. This city Is In
tensely excited at the discovery of a large
dynamite cartridge at the door ot the cloth
ing hnuso of 1. Frankel & Co. The cart
ridge was wrapped closely In paper , and at
tachcd to the wrapper was another papei
with the following written upon It :
"Settle up your business and leave It
thirty days or you will bo blowod to hell-
yourself , also your fine stock , building and
all before Christmas. Gel Go I Go ! To
I. Feankcl & Bach. Dyne 100 Ibs for Oska-
This WAS discovered by night-watchman
Harvey at'J o'clock In the morning. Aboul
three weeks ago a similar cartridge wai
found In the same place by the same watch
man with percussion cap and about two fee
of fuse to It The one found last night con
t.ilnod no cap or fuse. The first cartrldiri
was examined and found to contain sulllcien
nltro-glycorlno to destroy the entire block o
btilhlluirs. The latest find proves to boo
greater force than the first one. Everyone li
asking what this means. Very many lucllni
to the opinion that no harm Is intended b ]
the persecutors ; that It Is only done tc
frighten the people or to compel the employment
mont of more policemen at night The pres
ent force u Inexcusably weak and Innflectlvi
and the opinion prevails largely in the
community that this i.s only a means re
sorted to by some unicnown person or per
sons to incite the city authorities to greatei
activity and cfflclnncy In the apprehension o
criminals. 1. Frankol & Co. are largi
clothiers , and the firm consists of 1. Franke
and K. Bach. They have been In this bus !
ness since 1SG1 , and Imvo done well. In 1ST
they went Into the banking buslncsi
and have made that a success. I. Franke
and K. Bach are recognized as conservative
but safe and reliable business men , win
have grown Into the confidence of our on tin
people , and but fi'W enjoy this confidence ti
a greater degree. They own thnlr bankl ni
house but not their store room adjoining tin
bank of Richard Parker , a retired farmer. It
his threat at their lives and business the ;
iavo tlm sincere sympathy of ail. Wha
itcps. If any , will bo taken by the city au
horltles to ferret out this appaient diabol
ism remains to bo seen.
Sioux City's New Packing Houso.
Sioux CITY , la. , Sept 24.-SpecIal | Tele
gram to the BEB.J For the third time It ha
> ccn decided to enlarge the Fowler packln
.ouse , now building here. The bulldtne. a
iow agreed upon , is to bo six stories hie. .
nil will cost over half a million dollars. Th
sliding is to bo completed so that killln
: an commence December 1.
Disrupted Democrats.
IOWA CITY , la. , Bept. 34. The democratl
euatorial convention at Oxford to-day wa
Isrupted by the withdrawal of the low
jounty delegates. The Johnson county dele
jcates remained and nominated Cyrus t
' .tanck. _
Wife Murderer Kennedy to Rang. '
DUBUQUE , la. , Sept 24 , The Jury In th
onnedy cose to-night returned a verdict c
murder in the first degree , and fixed the pot
ally at death by hanging. Sentence will t
passed next week. A motion was made fc
now trial.
A Romance In Which the Minstrel I
Interested. '
NBW YOHK , Sopt. 24. The recent arrest <
Samuel G. Ueasloy for burglary in Coda
[ taplds , Is. , has created food for eosstp fc
oine residents of Hoboken acquainted wit
ho history of a certain wedding ceremony i
tvhlch he was a principal. Beasloy appnare
n Cronhelm's theatre , Iloboken , last Mn
with a minstrel troupe. Miss Frances Koste
an exceedingly pretty girl , seventeen year
old , visited the theatre and became a >
qualnted with Beaslov. He was thlrty-seve
years old , good looking , and possessed a cai
tlvatlng manner , lie made love to the glr
and at the end of a wceic proposed rnarrlat
ana was acceptedAt the time the girl
father was on a visit to the Pacific coas
Her mother met Beasley and considered hli
so captivating that she consented to the ma
rlaite. The couole went to live with U
girl's mother. A few weeks after the cen
roony the girl's father returned Home. II
did not take to Beasley and ordered him 1
leave the house. Beasley left and the ne :
heard of him was his arrest for burglar ;
Mrs. Beasley has continued to llvo with he
Five Chicago Judges Engaged A
Day In Separating Couples.
CHICAGO , Sept 24. ( Special Telegram 1
the BEE. 1 This city has to-day , It Is a
serted , broken the record In divorce case
From mornin ? till evening five judges we
at work. Over one hundred cases were di
posed of. Over two hundred persons , raarty
to wedlock , wanted their matrimonial exit
enco judicially murdered , and 400 or 000 syr
pathizlng friends were on hand to wltne
the executions. It was the biggest daj
work the divorce mills have had In a lot
tlmo. Marriage knots were shattered < b
twcon Ill-matched couples with more th :
the usual celerity of Chicago divorce courl
and for every possible reason. Ono ot tl
gray-haired judges after court shook ri
head sadly and said something hurnly w
radically wrong these days. He didn't kno
what tbn world was coming to.
Three Children Light a i Joint ) AVUlo
Kxploclrs nnd Kills Them All.
QUEIIEC , Sept 24. Three children , whl
play Ing on the Island to-day , where the a
t tilery competition was recently held , four
a shell and lit the fuse. The bomb explod
and killed them all.
First premium awarded Union sowii
machine , 1000 Howard st ,
The Sovereign Grand Lodge Adjonri
DENVKU , Colo. , Sept 24. Tno Soverolf
Grand Lodge 1. O. O. F. concluded the
work this mornlnz and at noon adjourn
sine die. Grand Sire White and Lieutena
General Underwood with a party of frien
will this evening start for a pleasure ti
through California. A number of othc
will go on an excursion in Colorado , wh
others will return direct to their homes.
First premium awarded Union sowii
machine , 1C09 iloward st.
1Tnon | Lahor Conference Called.
NEW YOHK , Sept 24. A conference of t
union labor party executive committee 1 :
been called to meet in Syracuse to consk
the question of uniting with Henry Geor
or the united labor party , and U is thoua
this action will bo taken. %
First premium awarded Union sown
machine , 1009 Howard at.
Forest Fires | n Minnesota.
MINNEAPOLIS , Minn. , tSept. 24 A e
Btructlvo forest fire is raging In Foley , a s
tlon on the St Paul , Minneapolis & Ma
toba railroad , between St Cloud and lllni
ley. In response to a telegram for aid , In
was sent out from St Paul this afternoc
The loss will be heavy , but cannot as yet
definitely eitlmotely.
First premium awarded Union sow !
machine , 1009 Howard at.
Colored "Walters Strike.
CINCINNATI , O. , Bept 24.-NearIy t
hundred colored 'waiters In the euht prlu
pal hotel * wont oat to-day and notified th
employers their wages were not satlsfacto
A Chicago Jndgn Allows Her to G <
On Mer Own''Uecounz ! noe.
CHICAGO , Sept 33 < [ special Telegram ti
the BKK.J The general expression of opin
ion by the public to-d y regarding the Luoj
Parsons Incident Isthktithe arrest WM ar
uuwlso proceeding. ' 'It wtould have been bet
ter , It is argued , to stretch an ordinance
which Is almost a dead letter , than to give
the "Iteds" a chance , as has been done , ti
commence once mon their blatant mouth
Ings about onpressl , persecution , etc , It
court this morningi lr * . Parsons was ar
raUned , nnd the patrolman who made the
arrest told his story if , .having warned hci
three times , and evert after arrest she con
tinued the distribution of the appeal.
"What have you td say , Madam ? " asked
Justice Lyon.
When Mrs. Parsons spoke her voice hac
not the old defiant ring. It did not falter
but there was a tremor In it. "I have llvee
here 15 years , " she said , "and hardly a da ]
has passed but circulars have been thrus
Into my hands. I do not know whether I
have violated any ordinances or not. 1 leave
that with your honor. 1 simply a k of voi
that you will treat mo as you would have
your wife treated If her husband were when
mine is. "
Tears stood In the eyes of some who heard
those words.
"I do not know you , " said Justice Lvons
"but I know how solemn Is your position
and I respect It. I shall not imUo you unit
I have read the circular nnd read it thor
oiuhly. You may go , Mrs. Parsons , on youi
own recognizance. "
She made her way to the ofllcn of a labor
paper and read the comments of the mornlm
papers on her arrest She had no remarks te
make about It , but she evidently liked the in
creased notoriety the affair lias given her
Parsons was called on by a reoortor and In
formed of the disposition made of his wife's
case at the Armory. The manifesto wrltei
was thankful for the Information , but would
vouchsafe no word of comment regarding it
"I have nothing to say. " and ho resumed hi :
walk In the farther end of the corridor , apar
from his fellow prisoners. The bovcott pu
n Parsons on account of his appeal is quite
lotlceable. The othois were chatting to
.ether , whllo he walked alone , and when tin
cportor asked ono of them to call Parson :
0 tzet a message about his wife , the reques
was granted very reluctantly.
The Death Order Issued.
CHICAGO , Sept 24. The death order t
" 10 sheriff of Cook county was handed dowt
iy the supreme court at Ottawa this mornlnj
nd reached Sheriff Matson later in the day
i"lio order recites the substance of the dec- !
Ion In tbo case of the condemned anarchist !
.nd directs that the sentence of death bi
: arrled into execution on the llth day o
The Sad Result of the Elopement o
Nebraska Woman.
ATI.ANTA , Ga.Sept 24. A woman knowi
as Sarah Campbell , aged twenty-six , and th
mother of three children , died In the flous
, on county poor house yesterday. An inve ;
Igatlon of her effects showed that her hu :
band's real name was W. C. Stubbert an
that she was the daughter of Rev. George i
Brown , a Methodist mlmstor In Dodg
county , Nebraska. HHe left nor homo an
eloped with Stubbetrt' some years ago , an
traveled from clnco to plate to avoid the vl |
1 Inn ce of her father1 Tvro months ago th
family arrived hero. 'Shortly ' after Stubbei
disappeared , leaving ! her ; penniless and 1
poor health , and forcing her to seek food an
ohclter In the poor house. Her oldest chll
' , s only three years ot agej1
First premium nwardcd Union scwm
machinu , 1009 Howard fet.
It Couteln'f Ho , Donlcd.
NEW YOIIK , Sept 24. lu the Tribune thl
morning was a communication to the eiloi
that after the Investigation of the Centri
Pacific railroad com panynat San Franclsci
the United States Pacific iailroadcommlsslo
had'bon-owed money of tbo Investigated con
pany to pay its hole. ! , . bUls and get out <
town. The writer of the commnnicatld
thought the story should be denied. " .
can't bo denied , " said Commissioner Little
at this morning's session of the commlssloi
"because It Is true. Wo did borrow S4,000. <
the Central Pacific for that purpose. \ \
thought that nobody was more a beholder t
the government than this road. Within a
hour after wo had borrowed'the money we n
ceived notlco from the secretary of the treai
ury that money had been placed to our cred
and we paid tbo loan next morning. "
Steamship Arrivals.
NEW YonK , Sept 24. [ Special Telegrai
to the BEK. ] Arrived The Umbria froi
Liverpool and LaGascogne from Havre.
Sept 21 Arrived Tli
Noordland from New York for Antwerp an
the Lesslng from New York for Hamburg.
QUEENBTOWN , Sept 24. Arrived Tl
Bothlna from Boston and the Wlsconsi
from New York.
SOUTHAMPTON , Sept 24. Arrived Tl
Elder from Now York from Bremen.
LONDON , Sept. 24. Arrived The Persli
Monarch from New York.
First premium awdrdoel Union sowin
machine , 1009 Howard st.
Mrs. Paraons as a Martyr.
CHICAGO , Sept 24. Mrs. Parsons , wife i
the condemned anarchist , was arraigned b
fore Justice Lyon this morning for rofuslr
to comply with the police officer's warnii
to desist against violating the city ore
nance against distributing circulars on tl
streets. The policeman testified that eve
on the way to the station she continued tl
obnoxious woik. In court Mrs. Parsons a
sumed the air of a martyr. She claimed tl
ordinance was a dead letter. " 1 hope , " si
said pleadingly to the justice , "I hope th
you will remember where my husband I
and deal with me as you would wish yo
own wife to oe dealt with under similar cl
cumstances. " The justice said ho would coi
tlnuo the case until Tuesday , allowing Mi
Parsons to depart on her own rccognlzanc
A largo number of the woman's frien
were in court.
First premium awarded Union sown
machine , 1009 Iloward st.
The Cholera Victims.
NEW YORK , Sept 23. J. Terkuilo , gcnei
agent of the Favrl line of steamers , said tli
morning he had given orders last night f
three days' provisions to bo sent to HotTmr
and Swinburne islands ! where the passci
gcrs of the Aloslawhich brought the chole
to this country , are bpjtitlept. : { Mr. Terkul
was of the opinion that the passengers won
have to be quarantined for olcht or ten day
fear i
. _ gre
quarantine olllclals to prevent the spread <
the scourge. Ho said that the passenger
baggaze would have 'to be very thorough
fumigated , as considerable danger wou
nave to bo feared from that source.
Three of the caserwill probably pro' '
fatal. The others have mtfre or less chanc
of recovery. The balance of the nassengc
and crow , with the exception of three cab
passengers numbering nfty-live , are und
supervision on HolTinan'0 Island at the e
peuse of the steainsnifTltompany. Shou
no new case occur Ihe.auarantlne will
raised In eight or ten flay *
First premium aw.nrtled Union sewii
machine , 1009 Howard st.
Doodler Wren Sues Out a Writ.
CHICAGO , Sept. 04. The attorney for t
convicted boodlor. Daniel J. Wren , to-d
Induced Appellate Judge McAllister to isa
a writ of habeas corpus for his client retui
able next Tuesday. What points ho Inten
to bring up In the hoarlne he would not sta
but it is said ho proposes to show that tlioli
ot conspiracy , upon which Wren was cc
vlcted , is Inoperative.
First premium awarded Union sowii
machine , 1009 Howard st.
rugs Sail Tor Knuland.
Nuw I'OIIK , Sapt. .M. Jake Kllraln a
Charlie .Mitchell , the midlists , sailed by t
Cunord steamer , Aurania , tor England
day. ' . ,
An Amateur Piiza Fight RaaulU Dim
trously to the Principals.
Hastings Again Defeated Topelci
Take * Two Game * From Denver
Kansas City Locs Other
Sporting News.
tinnRed All to Pieces.
CHICAGO , Snot. 24--8peclal | Telegram tc
ho BEE.Particulars | of a most brutal am ft
eur prize light which occurred In Konslng-
on yesterday were learned to-day. W. A ,
McGIIl and Dave Jones , two local pugilists ,
vho work In the Pullman foundry , hnd
quarreled and agreed to go to the coalshed :
near by and fight It out A crowd accompa
nied thorn and formed a ring. The combat
ants went at each other In the most approved
tylo and fought for nearly an hour , when
ho police officers got words of It. All cs-
aped except the bellleerents , who were so
completelyoxhaustrd that It bccamo a dim
ult matter to get thoui to the pollco station ,
JcUlll was battered up In such a mannei
hat Ills mother did not recognize him when
ho called at the Jail. Ills loft car was on-
Iroly bitten elf and has not been seen since ,
ones caught It In his jaws ; had' a couple ot
ingcrs almost bitten otf , his eves are in the
leencst mournlni ; and ho is otherwise eiu-
lelllshed. But McCIll is the most frightful
ooklng specimen of humanity ever seen In
Ccnsington. When arraigned in the court
ho men refused to testify ugninstcach other ,
UcGill's Injuries , his physician says , arc
ikely to terminate very seriously.
Omaha 8 , HnnltiKft 2.
Omaha was again victorious yesterday , out
ilaylng the Hastings team at every point
Chore was a fair attendanro ot spectators ,
and many ot the plays by both clubs -were
leartlly applauded. The home team played
without a single error , and tlioli- work at the
> at was excellent. The game was won In the
Uth Inning , when four men crossed the
plate. The following Is the ofllclal score ant
summary :
Earned runs Omaha fi , Hastings n.
Two-base hits Welsh , Dwyer , Fussclbach
Gen Ins.
Lofton bases Omaha3 , Hastings 5.
Double plays Fusselbach , Messltt , Dwyer
Healy , Messltt , Dwyer ; Peeples , Welsh
Struck out By Healy 3 , Werhlo 3.
Bases on balls By Healy 2. |
Wild Pitches-Werhle.
Time of game 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Umpire Reynolds.
To-day's game is ono postponed on tin
Hastings grounds and played by mutual con
sent In Omaha. The game will be called a
3:30 p. m. , and the players will occupy thi
following positions :
Krehmeyer p Kovnold
Bartson c Nicholsoi
Dwyer l Iteisln ;
iMessltt 2 \Vclcl
Fusselbach 3 Launiai
Walsh s 1'eeple
Bader 1 Welsl
Genins m Curt )
Bandle . . .r. . . Whlteheai
Topeka a Two-Time Winner.
Toi'EKA , Sect 21. [ Special Telegram ti
the BEH.I The Topekas won both game
from the Denvers to-day. In the first gam
the score was as follows ;
Topeka 5 001702 0-1
Denver 0 3034110-1
Kuns earned Topeka 7 , Denver 1. Tw
base hits Johnson , Gunson , I'hlllp !
Tnice base hits Stevens (2) ( ) . Umpire-
Young. Batters Sullivan and Gunson
Khret and Morse. Time of game 2 horns
Called at the end of the eighth Inning b ,
In the second game but seven Inning
were played owing to darkness. The scor
Is as follows :
Topeka. 1 100531-1
Denver 0 000230-
lluns earned Topeka 5 , Denver 0. Tw
base hits Johnson , Guuson. Three has
hits Johnson. Home runs Holiday. Um
plre Young. Batteries Dooms and Gun
son , Sproat and Meyers.
Lincoln 19 , Kansas City O.
KANSAS CITV , Sept. 24. | Special Telogran
to the BKK. J Lincoln was presented with i
game by Kansas City to-day , several mem
bers of the latter team letting In two run :
each by Inexcusable errors. Nichols pltche <
a very poor game and besides that mad
other errors , johnny Howe did the battiui
for the home team , while Dave llowo am
Pitcher Hart carried oil the honors for th
visitors. The score by innings Is as follows
Kansas City 1 1000301
Lincoln I 212301 * -l lEarned
Earned runs Kansas City 3 , Lincoln :
Two-base hits Howe1. Nichols. Throe-bas
hits Howe. Hart Struck out By Nlchol
a , by Hart 3. Left on bases Kansas City I
Lincoln 7. Bases on balls-Oil Nichols 2 , o
Hart 3. First base on errors Kansas City !
Lincoln 4. Passed balls Graves 3 , Hoove
2. Wild Ditches Nichols 2. Time of camo-
1 hour and 35 minutes. Umpire llagai
Batteries Kansas City : Nichols and Grave :
Lincoln : Hart and Hoover. Game calle
in ctlehth Inning because of darkness.
Northwestern League.
DES MOINKS. Sept 24. The Northwester
league fames to-day resulted as follows : A
Minneapolis , Minneapolis 4 , DCS Moines 1
At St. Paul , St , Paul 11 , Milwaukee : ! . A
Duluth , Oskosh 0 , Duluth U : called an ai
count of darkness. A.t tail Claire , Ka
Claire 20 , La Crosse 11.
National League Gamos.
CHICAGO , Sept 24. The games botwee
the Chicago and Boston teams to-day n
suited as follows :
First game :
Chicago 0 03010000-
Boston 0 0001324- !
Pitchers Clarksnn and Hadbourne. Bas
hits-Chicago 11 , Hoston 10. Errors-Cliicas
U , Boston 7. Umpire Powers.
Second game :
Chicago 0 030100
Boston 2 024100
Game called on account of darkness.
Pitchers Sprague and Kyan for Chlcagc
Conway for Boston. Base hits Chicago !
Boston 14. Errors Chicago 4 , Boston
Umnlro Powers.
PiTTsnuiio , Sept. 24. The game betwee :
thu Pittsbutg and Philadelphia teams to-da
resulted as follows :
First game :
Pittsburg 0 12000000
Philadelphia 8 0 l 3 0 1 4 0 -l
Pitchers Moreysind Ferguson. Base nil
Plttsburg7 , Philadelphia 15. Krrors-ntt
burg 7 , Philadelphia 3. Umpire Doeschci
Second game
Pittsburg 1
Philadelphia 0 0420020-
Pitohers McCormlck and Casey , flas
lilts Plltsburg t > . Philadelphia H" Errors
Pittsburg 4 , Philadelphia 1. Umpire
INDIANAPOLIS , Sopt. 21. The came bi
twuiiii the Indianapolis and Wastilngto
teams to-day resulted as follows :
Indianapolis o -
> Vashlngtou 0 000003 50
Pltchors-Boylo and GJasscock. Base hits
IndlananolU ? . Washington 13. Krrors Ir
dlanapolisO , Washington 0. Uuipire-Yalei
UETIIOIT , Sept 34. The game ttetwoc
Attend this Sale.
Thursday , September 29ft ,
At ib A. M. , PROMPT.
Full lines of clothing Suits , overcoats , pea jackets , pants ,
etc. Hats , caps , suspenders ; white and over shirts , cardigan
jackets , hosiery , and a complete line of mens' and womens'
furnishing goods in general. Also carpets , rugs , quilts , table
Linen , towels , etc.
Same day , at 1 p. in. We will sell full lines of boots and
shoes , case lots ; also ladies' and childrons' , and a large bank
nipt stock of boots and shoes.
208-210-212 South llth St. , Omaha.
the Detroit and Now i'ork teams to-day re
sulted as follows :
Detroit . 1 fl
Now York . 4 0001002 a
Pitchers-Ualdwln andTltcomb. Base hits
Detroits Kt , New I'ork 12. Errors Detroit
4 , Now York l. Umpire Daniels.
American Association.
BROOKI.YX , Sept. 24. The game between
the Brooklyn and Athletic teams to-day ro-
Hiiltcd as follows :
Brooklyn . 8 3020084 1 21
Athletics . 1 2B
BAI.TIMOHF , Sept 24. The game between
the Baltimore and Metropolitan teams
to-day resulted as follows :
Metropolitans . o 0003000 2
Baltimore. . 0 8 1 0 2 0 1 O47
Lotiisvir.i.i : , Sent 24. The game between
the Cleveland and Loulsvlllo teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Loulsvllln . 3 02 11010- 8
Cleveland . 0 1
9 CINCINNATI , Sept , 24. The game between
the Cincinnati and St. Louis teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Cincinnati . 2 7
St Louis . a 00001001 fi
Flrooklyn Jockey Club Race.
NKW YORK , Sept. 24. The weather at the
Brooklyn jockey club course to-day was raw ,
the track slow and the attendance very largo.
Following Is the summary :
Quo milo Italian won , Pasha second ,
Kingston third. Time , l:4l : f.
Ono mile nnd ono furlong Esquimaux
won , Safe Bans second , Lclouos third.
Time. l:59tf. :
For two-year-olds , six furloncs George
Ovstnr won , Los Angeles second , Emperor of
Now York third. Time. 1:17 : % .
For three-year-olds and upward , ono mile
and a fourth Volanto won , Klkwood second
end , Favor third. Time , Sli :
tivo furlongs Cruiser
For two-year-olds ,
won , Omaha second , Fordham third. Time ,
1:04. :
1:04.Threefourths of a nillo Matio A. won ,
Bradford becond , My Own third. Time , 1:18. :
The Lionisvllln Meeting.
LOUISVII.T.E. Sept. 24. The attendance
was good , the weather chilly and the track
Seven furlongs : Benedict won. Tudor
second , Orange Girl third. Time 1:33. :
Ono mile and throe-fourths : Insolence
won , Procrastmator second , Bixby third.
Time 3:10. :
Three-lourths of a mile , all ages : Pat Donovan
evan won , Violin second , Tarn O'Shanter
third. TIme-l:17tf. :
Ono mile : Monocrat won , Birthday second ,
Malaria third. Time 1:44 : ,
One and one-slxteonth miles , threo-vear-
olds and upwards : White Xnso won , Pana
ma second , BrooKful third. Time 1:50. :
RaceiR nt Detroit.
DETROIT , Sept , 24. The weather was
chilly and the track only In fair condition.
The event of the day was the race between
Clingstone and Patron , for a purse of 83,000 ,
Clingstone won the first-second and fourtli
heats easily in 2X7tf : , 3:17J : < and3:10 : > The
third heat was won by Patron in 2:17jtf. :
2:25 : class , trotting , purse 81,000 Justin
won , Billy Freer second. Sphinx third ;
others ruled out and distanced. Best ttuie-
2:2a. :
2:18 : class , pacing , purse 81,000 Prince
Wllkes wou , Lowland Girl second , Itosa
Hnd Wllkes third , Loretta fourth. Besi
time 2:18K. :
Soeclal race , purse S1.500 , Harry Wilkeste
beat hia record of al ; X-Beft time ! i:13 : %
Discussing the ThlPtlo.
NKW YORK , Sopt. 24. The Now Yorl
yacht club held a meeting to-night to discus !
the measurements of the Scotch yacht , This
tle , whoso water line Is so much longer thar
was stated in the challenge. It was loft to t
referee to decide whether this discrepancy
necessitated a new challenge , lu any oyeni
the race will not bo prevented.
nig Athlntlo Tournainunt.
The many friends of Fred Cunningham
the popular athlete1 of this city who has re
peatedly offered to run any man in the work
a half-mile foot race for anv suitable prize
have arranged to u'lvo him a tcstlinonm
benefit in the shape of a monster athletic
tournament nt the association base ball paik ,
Sunday atternoon , October 15. The uro
gramme will tie by I'ar the most attractive
ever presented to a western aiulic'iico am
will embrace bicvclo , foot nnd hose races
Jumping contests and 'exhibitions and feat'
of strength of every variety. Mr. ( ! unnlnur
ham's tormer home , Kansas City , will send f
large delegation ot athletes to compute ) will
the representatives ot this city and St Louis
which will Increase Interest in the coinjie
titlons. Among thu special features will b <
an attempt by the beneficiary to lower tin
best record over made in the worltl lor run
ning half-mile , which is ono minute , tliluy
live and two-liftli seconds , muln : by the phe
nomenal L. K. Myers , several years since
AH the local athletes are alicaily in tralnliu
and will sp.uo no luilns to fit themselves tc
prove their superiority. _
WASHINGTON , Sept. 24. [ Special Telo
gvam to the Bui : . ] Benton Barr was to-daj
appointed postmaster at Spring "V alley. Decatur -
catur couuty , la. , vlco T. J. Halstead do
Chances In Star route schedules have beer.
made as follows in Iowa :
Northwood to Fertile Leave Northwooi
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 0 n. in. , arrive ai
Fertile by 3 p. in. : Icavn Fertile Mondays am
Fridayb at U a. m. , , arrive at Northwood bi
Ion ' Waukoh Junction Leave Inn
Tuesdays , Thursday ami Saturdays at 12 in.
nrrlvo at Waukon .luncton by 2 p. in. ; leavi
Wankon'Jiinctlon Tuesdays , Thursdays am
Saturdays at 3 p. in. , arrive at Ion by a pm
First premium awarded Union sowinj
machine , lOOi ) Howard st.
Opened to Sottlcniont.
MiNNF.Aroi.is Minn. , Sept 21. In response
ponso to an order received from the goiiow
land ofilco to-day authorizing him to open t <
scttlemnnt all lands In the district within tin
indemnity limits of the grant to the Xoithcn
Pacific , Register Cowing , of the Fergus Fall
land ollico , announces that filings will b
received on and after December 1. In tin
district covered by the Fergus Falls liiiu
ollico from 25,000 to 30.000 acres will b <
opened to Hottlamont 1'hls entire acreage 1
In Ottertall and Douglas counties.
First premium awarded Union
machine , 1609 Howard at.
Local Financial AfTaira Attract a Little
More Attention ,
llnnkcrs Report Rntoa of Interest
Firmer and Higher Grain Stocks
Small Western Packing Pro- ,
greasing Favorably.
In tlm Commercial World.
CHICAGO , Sept 24. ( Special Telegram to
the HKI : . ! Local financial affairs attracted a
llttlo more attention during the past week.
Bankers as a rule reported an Increased de
mand for money , and the market showed a
ittlo tendency to closeness. Yet parties who
are In good repute with banks succeeded In
obtaining such accommodations as they re
quired. A good supply of loanable funds are
In the hands of managers of leading finan
cial institutions , but the approach of the
winter packing season , when manufacturers
of hog products require some assistance
financially , and the constant How of currency
to the country for the movement of grain and
live slock to market loads to considerable
conservatism in the disposal of money
at their command. Speculators were moder
ate borrowers and the amount of paper
from this source was souiewhatonlargod dur
ing the weak. Shippers of grain and pro *
visions presented very little paper for dis
count Merchants lu the wholesale trade ln <
creased their demands and leading houses
were readily accommodated. Lumber deal
ers were moderato borrowers .on short date
paper. Some outsldo paper was offered on
thnmaikct , hacked by good collaterals and
s'/ort / dates wore accepted at rates averaging
0 per cent. Hates of Interest were firmer and
hlu'lier , ranging at [email protected] . per cent on call and .
0 < as per cent lor tlmo paper , with very little
accepted at less than 7 per cent. Money at
eastern financial centers Is extremely close
and Interest rates ore llrm at 5j(0 per cent.
Advices from foreign markets indicated a
steadier feeling In that quarter , with a better
demand for loans at about previous
rates of interest. New York exchange
was dull and dragging throughout tiio week
and sales worn limited. Ollerings were not
very largo and the demand was moderate.
Sales between banks were made at [email protected]
cents discount per SlO.Ouo , and the marKet
closed quiet at 70 cents discount. Foreign
exchange showed a .little more steadiness
during the past week , though the aiu'regato
business was light Shippers' sixty days
documentary bills on London changed hands
at [email protected] closed rather dull at
S4.7b > [email protected] > i. Offerings wore qulto large
near the close , owing to the Increased pur
chase of stocks at Now York.
More life , vas manifested in Hie Now i'ork
stock market during the week just closed.
Wall street operators wore Inclined
to tnida with consideraole freedom ,
though mainly in the way of accepting
small losses or profits. Foieign operators
were liberal buyers of some of the loading
American securities. Western speculators
have traded mote freely than Cor several
weeks past and were credited with waking
fair prolits In thnlr operations. The market
was considerably unsettled and prices very
irregular and averaged lower for leading
properties. Sales on the New York stock
exchange for the week aggregated 2,101,019
shares. On the Chicago stock exchange dur
ing the week , there was more inclination to
trade and prices closely followed the New
York quotations.
Moro lite was manifested In the leading
produce markets , and speculative trading
was larjror than tor several weeks past.
Wheat , corn and provisions especially at-
tnictcd more attention , and on two or three
days activity exhibited reminded operators
of the exciting times in speculative circles a
few years ago. There appeared to be more
trading lu laruo quantities ; both by local and
outsldo operators , and the Impression la
gaiuliig ground that an nctlvo speculative
movement is about to bo inaugurated and
trade ) luvlvcd nmlciially.
Mocks of grain aio not large , In fact , they
have been reduced so they c.ui bo easily han
dled by leading operators , nnd moderate sup *
piles tend to maku Mneculatoison the "short"
sldo qulto guarded in their transactions.
Quick turns have been the rule In very many
cases. Prices exhibited no very marked
chances and iliictuatlons have been confined
within a moderato range. Foreign advices
have shown more steadiness , with higher
prices for some articles , hut orders trout
merchants abroad have been limited and In
most Instances below the views of ( .oilers.
Itccoipts ol grain have been moderately free
nt till western markets and shipments to
eastern and lorelgu markets were qulto lib
1'riiVislon ) have shown some weakness In
view ot the liberal supply of hogs nnd thu
decline In corn , but at tlm snino tlmo blocks
have been materially reduced by liberal ship
ments to domestic ! and foreign , markets.
Parking in the west Is progressing favorably
and the decrease for the season Is very
FIVK MOUIuiLLr.i ) .
The Latent NOWB of the Towkcslwry-
Oriilinm Fnuil.
PHKSCOTT , A. T. , Sept. 2l.-Uncior Sheriff
AVnddcll lias received word from the Tonto
basin that a light occurred there on the 18th.
Thomas Graham , Joseph Klilngwood and a
man named Mlddleton wore killed on Gra
ham's side , and George Newton nnd James
Tewkesburv on the Towkoitbiirr fildo. The
Graham paity ambushed near John Tewkes-
bury'H hoiisu and touiid Tewkesbury on
guard. When the Giaham party was dis
covered the llsht began. No turthor particu
lars Imvo been obtained.
First premium awarded Union sowing
machine , 1GOU Howard st.
A Hntllu With
SAN AJ.TONIO , Tex. , Sept. Si. [ Special
Telegram to the BIK. : j A posse was sent
from the United States Matshal's ofilco to
Itlo Grande City a few clays ago to capture a
gang of siuugirlers who were encamped about
fitly miles from Laredo. They found the
camp In the brush near the liver and the do-
imind for surrender was -answered by a volley
from Wliu'hestcrs. A hattln followed , ru-
miltlng In tin ) deatii ot four of thu siiiUL'gler *
and Iht'vapturu of the camp and it number
of Imr.iw. Tin- ) rest , of .tlm amugglers CIH

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