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. 2 THE OMAHA PAIUY ] 3Efr , WEDNESDAY , OOTOBEE 22 , 1890. t 1
TOOK TO FORGERY AT SIXTY. Oharlos F. Ilfloy , tbo Oray Haired Trans gressor , Recaptured at Fremout. THREE SCORE YEARS OF MARITAL BLISS. A llnpny Invent C'ulcbr-tiictt hjr a A'nn ci'iibte 1'nlrand Their Descend- iintN jVttcinptctl .lull Ocllv cry nt Dakota City. , 'Nob. , Got , 2l.-Speclnl [ Tclo- prain to TUB Bni ; . ] Charles S. Ulffoy , the farmer living in l'lcti nnt Valley township who \vni nrrrsted for forgery nnd escaped from tno custody otComtnblo Rmanucl , wns nrrcstedtodnynt C'olunibus ' by City Mnrshtd Tnylor and hroupht buck to Jforth Bend this uftcrnoon. i'urthtr T > arllculara develop the fact ttintDlfTcy recently hold a public sale with the Intention of moving out of the coun try. Ho toolt notes lit the sulo uml forged a numberln nddltlon , which he mixed with the genuine , Altogether there was about $ l'i' , > 0 of Iho spurious paper , but no succeeded In disposing of onlySirO worth of It. DifTey is uhout sixty years old , nnd was In rather Btruitciicd circumstances. Ills forgeries were bungling nirulrs. Mnrrlcil Sixty Vcurs. TRKMOXT , Nub. , Oct. SI. [ Special Tclo- prain to TIIK HBK.J Mr. and Mra. .James W. Nunauda this ntternoon celebrated their Hixtloth weddinffanuivei'siiry at the residence of their diiURliter , Mrs. Kd\vard \ Dlowclt. Tliochlhlrcnof the n ed couple were present from Iiiillnna to Calfornlu. One hundred and twenty-llvo ot thdr Frcinoul friends nasisted In 'honoring the event. Attempted if nil Delivery. DAKOTA Cnv , Neb. , Oct. ! il.-Spccial [ Tele gram to Tim BHE.I The three prisoners eonflned In the county jail hero made nn nt- teinpt tn break out last night , and had It not been for Iho vigilante otJnllcr Cnrney tlioy would have succeeded. About 11 o'clock Carney , hearing a slight noise , made nn in vestigation nnd found that the prisoners wcro sawing the bars of the steel cage. Ho demanded tbo tools and they pivo up three saws such us are used in sawing iron. Toilny search wis made nnd 11 vo others of the same kind were found. Sherlrt Ityaii says ho knows the parlies who gave the prisoners ihesawsand ho will tnako it warm for them very soon. _ Jloimrcil Workmen. CliiAKii THI.AXD , Neb. , Oct. SI. [ Special Telegram to TUB Ilr.n.i-The third bionnlal session ot the Select Knights of the Ancient Order of United Workmen , Grand Legion of Nebraska , closed hero tins evening by elect ing the following grand clllccrs : George P. IJcnii. C5 rand Island , coraaiandcr ; GcorgaP. Aillhourn , Minden. vlco commander ; J , II. Einmons , Omaha , lieutenant commander ; J. K. Douglas , Lincoln , recorder ; "W , 11. Mo- Alllstor , Grand Island , treasurer ; John Haw- ley. North Platte , penernl workman ; Samuel "Williams , Utluii , junior workman ; Carl Schmidt , Lincoln , guard of the legion ; N. M Kci-Ruson , York , trustee , six years ; R C. JVttirtln , llastlnKS. triihtce. two yours ; jIt. . A'anSiclile , Ilasthics , mcutcal examiner. The dopree of pa tcrandco in tnandcr was conferred upon CSrand Recorder W. S. Pnilllps and 'Grand Treasurer W. II. NTcj\llistcr , which the rules of the order allow , they having served .thrco surcessivo years. The grand bull this evening is ono of the most brilliant affairs ever held. In the city. The grand inarch was composed of seventy-live couples , the gentlemen hi full uniform. All speak in the highest praise ot the treatment received by mombirs of legion number and the citi zens generally. _ Custor ICcinainn . Unit. CAI.I.AWA.V , N'ob.,0et. 21 [ Special to THE BKK , | Tl\e \ second tournament of thii South Loiip lladng association will bo held hero next Wednesday and Thursday. County division in Cusler county has re ceived a probable black eye. The petitions wcro in , the lines ot divUion decided upon , find a campaign began very qulot but de termined. Last vrcelc , some of the citizens of Broken HO.W , the county scat , procured iau injunction restraining tbo county clerk from issuing the cnll , It Is n , very cunning trick and probably will prevent a vote upon the question this year. Thedivlslonlstsaro hot , nnd uro now making efforts to get the In junction dissolved. If tlu'y succeed the ro- nctlon will bo In their favor and they stand n Koodehnnco ot cMirying the long schemed for project. U'ho t'owlor elevator company is putting up na elevator hero. It is understood that the mala pi nut ivlll be put in now and Unit the bahhre will bolofttlll spring. Jtis decided Id build u now church. Epis copal , in Callawny , Work \vlll- begin tbls coining week. The Ladles' Guild have the imiltor in ulmrgo nnd have progressed so far thnt they announce it as an assured fact. I-'nuixl a < iaii of Hunt , Neb , , Oct. ai. [ Special to THE But. ] .As was reported In SI'.NI > A.VS BKnin regard to Nels Morgan being arrested for ' brcaldngmto Arndt's ' cigar factory , it now develops that Morgan Is not nlono in the matter Morgan hns squealed on ono of the others. Abe \Vnggert \ , another man working in the collar factory , vas arrested yester day , Waggertgot inadand comrnenced to give the balance away and took the sheriit to the place ivhero more stolen goods ivcro hidden. They have now found llfty boxcsof cigars , several -pipes , Uvo or thrco Jugs of whisky , etc. It now loolo as If the sheriff 1ms struck n Jiest of thieves , as there liavo been a number of burglaries in the town dur ing the last year. Morgan has a family , but has loft Iowa. Morgan served a term of years In Jollot prison for stealing and AVag- gcrtwoslctoutof the Nebraska penitentiary about a year ngo. lloth meii are good work men and will bo a good addition in the horse collar department down at Lincoln. They have not had their preliminary examination yet , as there uro chances of other arrests to follow. Vorlcfnr Ailning TcnchorH. , HARTrsns , Kcb. , Oct. 'Jl , [ Special to TUB But.Tho ] Adams County Teachers' associ ation will hold its regular meeting in the high sclicol In tills city on Saturday , Octo ber 25 , at 1 :30 : p. m. At this incctlnir two Im portant papers will bo read , ono by J. H. Wilkinson on "Pnicllcal Suggestions. " and the other byV. \ . \Vcbitor , on "The Ne braska 'J'cachers' Heading Circle , " to bo fol lowed by discussions on tbo follnwine topics : "Organization of the Uountv School" "Classification of the County School , " and questions 10 bo presented by'tnumben urcs- cut L. II. I'almer ' of this city has boon elected by the grand led go or Nebraska Inde pendent Order of ( ! oed Templars as u ilclo- gatc to the rlRnt worthy irratul lodges to beheld held at ( Jhisgow , Scotland , next May. Fremont AVantn a I'nutory. FHCMOXT , Keb. , Oct. il. [ Si > eclal Tele- gruin to TJIK DEC. ] A eommltteo of invostl- gutorst appointed hy the Fremont board of tradf retunicd this afternoon from Grand Is imdvnero \ they went to ludixjot tlio Oxuard Ix'et sugar factory. They came homo enthusiastic for the establishment of a simi lar project at I'roinont and a strong effort will bo made to inttwst Mr. Oxnard here. jV. 1'rolltablo Capture. IIIIMOXT : , Nob. , Oct. 31. [ Special Telo- crnm to TUB Bun-l-Shcrlft Nlallou returned this" afternoon from Columbus near where , lant evening , , ho canturtM John Ernst , who tulo a inaro nnd colt from C. 0. Puott , from thnfkrin of Thomas Knooll , near this city. CU tlOO reward for the capturo. y Klro. , r < et .t Oct. St. [ Spetdal Vi fain ] \ r.r.Tlio \ Beatrice oat mil /iK , < j l/y llrelo Iho cttent of f/ftrxlui ) > VfrniU dt , * * ( * tfob. , Of.'VJI.Hi | > cdal Tclo- V lf 'tunr \ \ ] - A lrol lit K < J\\\K \ \ \ cast ontalning pnncipallr empty cars , was vreckcd near the NIoliMra brtdvo , nbout hreo miles cast of bore. It Is thought n > ruko beam broke , causing n car to Jump Iho rack , when ton cars wcro plied up in a bean. Jo ono ww hurt , but the wreck cnused tlio elay of the passcngnr some fifteen hours. 'ho tracks hnvo boon clenrcd and business Is gain resumed , _ I" this War Horse * . Iv'tAiiMtr , Neb. , Oct.21.-lsi > cciarrclegrnin o Tint Hnn. ] This afternoon in Divldo ovvnshin Congrt-ssman Dorsoy , Governor Thayer nnd .rudje ( AVall of Loup City spoke o a good crowd of farmers. It is thought tint inronda wcro in ail o In the tilll- inco ranks. Tonight the greatest re- mblicaii rally of the campaign vas held in Kearney t the noilcl opera house. The Industrial school > aiid furnished music bo fore and during tbo nectlng General A. II. Connor presided over ho meeting nnd introduced each ipeaker , vith eloquent words of eulogy , ot the virtues f each. lion. L. D , Uichards was the llrst pcaker. He outlined the prcsentpocullar anpiilgn and diMiouncca the slanders of huotiposltlon which sou uhl to mnko capital > y inlsrcprcsentlng the state's condition , tin bowed that the nlllnneo is but the tool of ho democmts , Ha declared the various > rogresslvo measures the republican party vas pledged to and gave thoin his hearty ndlvtdunl support. Congressman Dorsey mule a speech ( all of solid fnrt-s as to the good the last rongres * had done for the fanner md for the worklitpinnn and Incidentally nndo n good showing of his own record. Governor Thnycr made n telling speech in vhich ho brought out the good points of the vnrlous candidates nnd struck some hard ilows at the Independent movement. Colonel 'ora Majors appealed largely to the old oldlers ntid showed how loyal the ropubllcan mrty had over been to them. J. C. Allen nd J. L , . ICoek , candidates for state senators , nude brief speeches. At the close , of the en thusiastic meeting three cheers for the ticket were roared out most heartily. An Interesting Decision. VAI.KNTIXK , Nob. , Oct. 21. fSpccinl Telo- gran to TIIK DEB. ] A case has occupied the [ strict court o' ' this county for the last thrco days which has been of great Interest hero and tlio outcome of vhich will no doubt be of widespread interest throughout the state. In September , 1SS" , the itock of A. O.Shaw , general merchandise , was attached , after which It was turned over to U'ueker& Wil son , attorneys for the creditors , .7. Folden- iciincr had a ilrst lien upon the stock , and the money to pay Ids claim as received from ho proceeds of the sale was deposited in the bank , " \Vhcu enough had been nc- cumulated to pay Fcldenhelmor's claim , fOlOVllson , of the above llrm got drafts on Omaha for enough to > ny said claim after deducting sittorneys fees mynblo to the order of Tticlt er and Wilson. le then took the dratts without the knowl- dgcof his partner Tucker , endorsed themover o himself and went to I-.liicohi , where they vcre cashed by the First national bank and .hcndisappearcd. Onlcarnlngofhis duplicity ? uckcr had an indictment found against 'W li on for embezzlement. On learning of his vhcrcabouts , Quecusboro , Ky. , a requisition vas Issued nnd Wilson was brought back lerolust month for trial. Upon the evidence ubmittcd the jury had nodllnculty in finding lim guilty. Jndgo Klultald , however , set isldo the verdict on the ground that vhcn tbo money was deposited In the ) aiilt Tucker & Wilson had an agreed Inter- crest of 10 per cent attorney fro and were .bus in law to a certain extent the owiers of hatmoney and on the further ground that he money when deposited In the bank lost U identity as Fcldenhoimer's money. The tuto was represented hy Wostovcr of Lin- oln , Harrington of O'NeillVhito , of tbo Clkborn road and County Attorney Clark , he defendant by S. C. Johnson of Lincoln and E. W. Hnrney of this place. The do- ision says in effect that an attorney lu this tnt cannot bo convicted of embezzling the nonoya of his client unless said attorney hns > eon paid his fcoin advance , since thousands of dollars are dally collected by attornovn vhoclve no bond. This decision is of no mall interest to all classes of creditors. I/IS Vo Chance Ihat Illrclmll's Sentence Will Co Commuted. OTTAWA , Ont , , Oct. 21. [ Special Tclo- rram to Tun BKH. | There is no probabil- ty whatever that the verdict in the 13irchnll case will be disturbed by the state depart- nent. Tbo action of Justice B. McMabon in orwarulng the roles of evidence together vith a report of the trial Is simply n formality. In all capital cases in .he dominion the minister of Justice reviews ho evidence nnd verdict and thenrocoin- mends to the government whether or not tlio capital sentence shall bo carried into iiTect. In tlio present case the judge ms referred in very strong terms to several pnssagcs'of the testimony which bear very heavily against the accused , while ho says nothing that would Indicate his belief .hat the verdict was contrary to the law. It Is : horefore safe to assume that Blrchall's fate s scaled. A dispatch from London , Out. . says that a petition to the governor general raying that the sentence bo commuted to mprisonnient for Ufois receiving numerous signers. It Is not liltcly , liowovcr , to provo of tbo slightest avail. Killed the "Wroue Woman. SAX ASTONIO , Tex. , Oct. iil.-A terrible tragedy occurred bore this morning. Mrs. August ftlchlin was walking down street when Isaac "Weiss suddenly rushed up and jlo\v her brains out with n revolver. Weiss , tn mediately suicided with the same weapon , It is believed that , ho mistook Mrs. Mehliii for his wife , as a note found in his pocket in- Heated that ho Intended to kill bis wlfo and sulcldo. Weiss was a deserter from the United States army nnd his wife left him a tow days ago. Iteglntriitlim I < ruutln. CIIICAOO , Oct. 21. On complaint of Harry [ teobegnnand Morris Cobcn , representing iho democratic campaign committee , about twenty negroes were arrested this morning' on warrants charging thermvith Illegal regis tration. They were arraigned before Judge 1'reniiergiist in the county court this after noon , Mnny inoro warrants of the same soit are out. Those arraigned iu the county court wcro held lu bail for a future bearing- . Construction Collide. CIIICAOO , Oct. 31. A special from Jollct , 111. , eays n collision occurred today on the Klgln , Jollet & Eastern railroad between freight nnd construction trains. Thomas Lnwlcr , foreman of the construction gang , was killed and eight others were injured. Two engines and a ao/en freight cars were wrecked and tralllc on tbo Santa Fo as well as the Klein , .loliot & Eastern road was sus- ended for several hours. Fast Ocean Time. LONDON , Oct. 21. INow York Herald Cable Special toTiiuIJEis.l English railway coin- panics uro making strenuous efforts for the rapid transportation of the American mails from Queengtown to London via Kingston and Holy head. They hope to reduce the entire - tire time from Now Yorlc to London to sir duj-s. U'ho AVeathcr Korocnst. For Oinabu and Viclnlty-lTo-ir ; stationary tenntoraturo. ForNeuruska-'Wnrmer ; southerly winds ; fair ; followed by showers in northern per tion. For Iowa Wanner ; southerly winds ; fair , followed by showers. For South Dakota Warmer : southerly winds ; rain , Fntlicr lUathow'ti Annivcrtmry. PiiiL.uiri.nm , Oct. 31. The ono hundredth anniversary of the birth of Father Matliow , the apostle of temperance , was celebrated at the Academy of Music tonight under the uus- pices of u local brunch of the Catholic Total Abstinence union. ArohblsUop Hyan. Cardi nal Gibbons , Archbishop Ireland of St. Paul and other dignitaries wore pre&cut. AiiHtrlnii Kotallntton. VUXXA , Oct. 21. A proposal lias been sub- mlttcd to tbo lower -Austrian diet to increase thn duty on American weavers' spools lu re taliation fortucMcKlnloy Law. THE SOUTH DAKOTA CENSUS , Promulgation of the Official Count in the lirst District , THE VACANCY IN THE SUPREME COURT , liltlicr Secretary cral Miller f > r < Tulge < ! reslmiuVII1 Succeed .Justice Mi Her laiicoiiM \VA9iii.NOToKHtrnr.it ; Tun OMUIIA. USB , ) r > 13 FoUHTKKSTit Srnnnr , > WASIIIMITON- I ) . C. , Oct. .81. : j The census ofllco today mndo public oltl- dally the census of the First Soutb Dakota district. By counties It Is as follows : Tlio total population for the district is 201,800. In IhSO the population was 79,853. , increase211,917 , , ori.'OTi.l'J percent. TIII3 SUPHEMl ; COt'llT SfCCKSSIOX. Secretary Noble's ' friends complain that his enemies are circulating reports intended to keep lilm out of the vacancy on the supreme court bench. It lias boon reported that the secretary ia sixty years old , -whereas ho is but lifty-oight , nad that ho does , not live in n dis trict entitled to the vacancy , while it is con tended that St. Louis , his homo , is along the circuit where au appointment should como from. JudKO Grcshnm's ' friends are urging the appointment of that Jurist so strongly that the president may conclude it wise to extend - tend him the promotion. The Impression in administration circles is that Attorney Gen eral Miller -will bo given the place , but it may go to Clenoral Noble. SEXATOII I'.VUDOCIt'S COMING ATIDRHSS. Senator Paddock is preparing an address to the voters of Nebraska which will bo pro mulgated within a few days. It will appear inttioform of an open letter addressed to Mr. Klchards , the republican candidate for governor. It will becompletcd tomorrow and will bo ono of tbo strongest republican docu ments placed before the state in years. It frill open with a brief roviuwof the circum stances under which the republican party- was organized and what it has douo in the way ot building up the country , especlally the great northwest , Nebraska particularly. It will then enter upon a tcrso and Interest ing epitome of the work of tbls congress oC direct importance to the people of Nobras-ka. pointing out what the republican congress und administration have done for the state in contrast with what the last democratic administration and congress aid not da It will bo a clinching argument from n republi can standpoint , and if it docs not inukc votes for the republican state ticket it will bo be cause there are voters impervious to truth , tjratltndo and the right , and who are beyond the influence of that which Is to their inter ests. Senator Paddock hns been kept in "Washington by public duties so long that ho llnds himself without either the tlmo or the strength to eater actively upon the campaign in his state , und ho takes this method of talk ing to his constituents. The senator will be at his homo to vote and exorcise his personal influence in support of the ticket , however. JUSTICU Jiii.t.un iiin roon. The publication of the fact that the late .lustlce Miller loft to hit widow no property but the residence In winch sbo resides , and that she 1ms no means of support , has precip itated nlloodot compliments upon the late jurist's ability and honesty and calls atten tion to the further fact that most of iho mem bers of the supreme court live up to their salary nnd at their death will hand down to their families little that will contribute to a livelihood. Although there are no social obligations whatever resting ; upon tbo mem bers of the supreme court , it Is the rule that they and their families shall keep close pace with fashionable circles , und they frequently entertain so liberally that their salaries ( $ IU , ( > 00 a year ) are almost constantly ex hausted. MiscF.r.r.Axnous , Assistant Secretary Chandler today af- llrincd the decision of Commissioner Grolt In ordering an Investigation of the contest of ] < \iuiklln Hubcr against the homestwd entry of the heirs of 13dward L. Ilommam for the southwest ' 4 of section 21 , township . ' ) north , raugo U'J west , McCoolc , Neb. , land district. The assistant secretary reversed tbo de cision in the case of James L. Shelter vs Liz- zlo Smith , involving land in township 118 , 3IusonS. D. Shelter will bo allowed to com plete his entry. President Imrrlson is going duck hunting. Ho has enjoyed this pleasure on two or thrco occasions since bo went Into the white house , but on each prior occasion ho has absented himself from nls homo from motives of pref erence. This time ho Is compelled bv the ciruuinstances surrounding him. The decor ators have torn the upper rooms of the execu tive mansion nearly nil up and the disorder and smell of fresh paint have conspired to send him nwny fora few days. It Is probable that ho will go gunulnR toward the last of this week ana continue his absence till ho bus visited Indianapolis and cost bis vote for the republican ticket on November 4 , Great changes tiavo been wrought In the Interior of the executive mansion since the last con tingent fund for that place -was rnado avail able. I'aint and paper will irivo the entire In terior a now appearance with the aid of f uruituro men and upholsterers. General Cyrus Jiusyoy , assistant secretary of the Interior , has Just returned from New York and says that the ropubllcan party In that state is all right. "Things are not -what they should bo In New York city , " bo ndded , "but that is nothing new. If the republican party in the city would only \ > f u party , If it would only nominate a ticket at every elec tion ana stick to that ticket , It would grow and bo something1 , but it is always ready to sell outer trade off , and Tammany Is never backward in accepting such chances. Tam many is always willhiK to give up something- to invest a llltlo that it may pain much. " The United States district attorney here has about decided not to prosecute Captain " \Vhoat of Wisconsin for offonsus committed \vbllo lie was postmaster of the house of rep resentatives , The mutter has been jjlvra some attention lu the district attorney's of- llce. and It is thought proper not to take steps in the direction of u prosecution unless di rectly authorized or instructed to do so by tno oHlrers of tno bouso of representatives , Captain U. 0. Phillips of Lincoln is bore yet and says to an Interviewer for the Post : "Tho prohibition amendment to tno constitu tion \vlll bo beaten In Nebraska. Lincoln , I believe , was the llrst city in tbls country to promulgate the high liccaso idea. High license has boon a great success with us and Is a long ways preferable , wo think , to a prohibitory law that would bo subject to continual violation. Xubr.islta is nUvuys ro- publlcaa. In the Firstdlstrlel Mr , Cornell Is certain of being retu rued to couKrc&t , as U JMr. Dorsoy in the Third , but In tiiiSocoud. owing to a democratic alliance combination , the onloomo ' ' IA'I ' somewhat uncertain. Henry T. OrtihW of ( Irand Island , the well known bcbt War manufncturer , l in tlioclty. Ito\var.L'ot , some information and make some aiigntst'lons nbout the payment of the sugar bounty to bo rnailo by the federal government under the new tariff law. J. M. ttoolwtfrtUM Omaha Is at tbo Shoro- l nm- " ' , I'nuiiT. S. HEATH. They Will llo 'hovHopcil l > y n Com pany \Vlthl , ilKUQOI > , OOO Capltnl. KANSAS CirryMo. . , Oct. iM.-ISpcclal Telegram to T ; ; , ! } line. ] A special from Gainesville , Tine. , i says ! 1'ho excitement created In tlio Cpteainw nation a few days ago on account of tno discovery of rich Ic.uls of poltl and silver In the Arbucklo mountains ia spreading all over Texas nnd Is growing In intensity. It is settled by tbo latest reports that the loads discovered ai-o of almost unpar alleled riches , oven In the halcyon days of'4 ! in California. A company has been organ ized already , with Senator Tutor of Colorado at Its head , and the lu-st meeting will bo held utTishcmlngonoxtSrtturduy. 1'hrstockwhleh , will bo pub on the market at once , amounts to $100,000,00 ! ) , Thousands of strangers are Hocking In , and Gainesville bears the appear ance of a mining camp-outfitting town. Sen ator Tabor has made a iKirsonnl minrautec that $0.- , UOO,000 or the stock will bo taken at once. U'ho peculiar feature of the situation Is Unit the ( Jhlclcnsaws own tbo hind abso lutely , nnd there can be no trespassing by any 0110 save a company thnt pays for tbo right. If the rush oiico starts , however , there will bo no regard for law or the rights of tbo Indians. A. KciilliiiNcciiuo oT "Old Unto lies , " Famous Hula on the AVhcnt IMt. CHICAGO , Oct. 21. [ Special Telegram to THE linn , ] A reniiulscenco of the great flurry In wheat in 13S8 , when "Old Hutch" got posscHsIon of nearly all the grain there was in tbo country , came up in court today. Itoberthnvinoof ApploUivcr was hi that deal. It was on the open board , liowovcr. and ho plncod his business vith Louis [ > Clingman , an old friend. Ho made nn ar rangement , ho claims , whereby they were to buy 5,000 bushels of wheat at each rise of cent. The market went up rapidly each day nnd they soon had an Immense quantity on their hands , while the price had Jumped over 10 cents from tbo point they luul purchased most of it. Hero was an assured profit of jaO.OOl ) , and Mr. Irvlao wired Clliiginin : "Sell that wheat. That is profit enough for mo. " JIo claims that ho got no response , nnd the next day sent another dispatch of the sumo tenor , finally this laconic reply cftir.o back : " \Vo can't ' , wo'ro ' busted. " Mr. Irvine got mad and sued Mr. Clinmnan for § -5,000 , , and the trial began In .ludgo Clifford's ' court this morning ; . Air. Irvine went so far as to nUcgo thnt Clingman didn't buy anv wheat nt all. The latter denies his country customer's alle gations nnd charges that ho did not pay up as bo should have dono. That Cereal Turning Out Hotter ' 1 linn at First U.vppctcd. CIIICAOO , Oct. 2L. The Fanners' Uovlow will say this weck'tllatu careful examination of the estimates furnished by correspondents reveals tbo fact Unit the corn crop is turning- out somewhat better than expected. The crop In XMichigau and Wisconsinis larger than last year and IWnnesbta and Dakota almost as largo. Other states , especially ICansai and Nebrns lea , shown considerable shortage. In several countics''of ICansw and Iv'ebrnska corn ia nearly n total failure. ThcHeview gix-cs estimates on the production in Illinois , Indiana , Ohio , Kentucky , Missouri , Kansas , Wisconsin , Michigan , Iowa , Nebraska , Min nesota and the Ujlrotas , and says thnt after deducting from the gross" product a largo per centage of unmerchantable corn the estimate of the total markotqblo in the states named is 825ir ' , ' _ > > ' bustjcls. 'Tlio ' condition of tbo crop in tlioronialniri sUitcs not covered , by the report is estimated atiibout 8- > par cent of tbo average. . i Iowa niml , Dulcnta I'.Uenta. \VASIIINOTOX , Oct. 21. [ Special Telegram to U'liu BKB.J Patents were issued today as follows : Arthur Ji. Are , Spirit Lake , la. , gumocouatcr : Charles \V. Bowuo , Aliller , S. D. , bill fllo ; linn-lot A. Curry , ( iroton , S. D. , adjustable pattern for drafting garments ; Samuel \V. Docker' , Yerdon , Neb. , cultivator ; John M. Harper , Fall-Hold , Ia. , strap coup ling ; Axel Jorgcnsen , assignor of onohalf to O. E , Penrson , Dos ilolncs , ana C. ( J. lief- well. Davenport , Ia. , apparatus for mixing liquids ; John Kcrby , Murcngo , Ja. , cultivator ; Kuitolf H. ICuhrU , Gcrniantown , Neb. , latch ; Ira J. Merrill , "Winthrap , ln.slcutoslinrpaiicr ; Jacob Mueller , lcs ) Jlolncs , Ia , , sinouo con sumer ; David J. Omstoiid , assignor of one- half to L. F. .Lasallo , Beatrice , Neb. , means for reversing tlio motion of funs ; Mac Phelps , lied Oak , Ia. , combined platform sculoand calculator ; Andrew Plattner , Hast ings , Nob. , band cutting'ork ; Uarlislo St. John , DCS Moiucs , Ia , lira" proof shutter on door , . - i The Trial at Tippernry. Tiri-r.mnr , Oct. 21 , The trial of the Irish leaders charged with conspiracy , was re sumed today. During the discussion between the counsel , V. H. Dillon , of the counsel for the defendants , said hu wished that the tri bunal before which the case was being tried was a superior i iisk-iul of a magistrate's court , If such was the case do would charge Dalfour with contempt of court for his re cent utterances at Newcastle. Michael O'Brien , ono of the defendants , aikcd that a summons bo Issued ng.Unst Hal four , compel ling him tn appear before the court and state under oath whnt ho hail said nt Newcastle. The court declined to Issue a summons , de claring that It would not bo a medium for uny thing Illegal or improper. Oavld Sheehv , ono of the defendants , took part In the discussion nnd inado remarks which wcro construed by tbo magistrates as a contempt of court. Ho was accordingly committed to jail for a week , Tlio Xlvlnn Canton BEUXK , Oct. 21. Hvidouco obtained In the suit brought by Ticlno Cantonngalnst tbo govcrnineat and Hits canton arising from the embezzlement of of ' . ,000,000 , francs by tbo treasurer of the canton shows that the em bezzlement Is intimately connected with tbo ' revolt last September , 'it iSHUid that Signer Itesplni , head of the cantonal government , has documents compromising a number of in fluential men In political Hfo. Glilhloiio"IlcmrH ( lnttl. Eumiuium , Ocfc.'BI , [ Special Cablegram to THE BHK , ] Mr'aid , ) Mrs. Gladstone at tended a concert , at- which Mmo. Pnttl sang. Dense crowds 'wbVo'.jmcnibled ' . outside tbo concert hnll , aiidus.ISIr , Gladstone's carriage drove up ho was hpartlly cheered. Ho was also cheered by Iho. concert audience. Alter the concert Mr. Opidwtono had n long and pleasant iutcrvlc\Y\\jp \ Almo. Patti. Smith DaldtlaH'oiisiis Flgm-os. "WASHINGTON , CJct. , 'jl. The census bureau today announced , the population of Sioux Fallsas 10,151 , nn nyfeaso of 7KK > , oriGy.2'J ! per cent. The nVjp latloii of tbo state of South Dakota ki H87S4y , nn Increase of l-J ploslon. , Minii.j Oct. 21. The holler of a portable onglno nciir I.ltchileld , Minn. , today exploded , and the Uvdvo-ycar-old son of Dennis Kelly WHS killed nnd A , L , . Tempers - pors , engineer , fatally Injured. AdozcnoUion wuro more or less Injured. Dcnmiulmliirk or Di'HM.v , Oct. SI. JVnowd of farmers' laborers - borers at Schull besieged tbo board of guard ians today demanding worker bread on ac count of the failure of tha pouito crop , The board replied tlmt the l.iw does not permit outdoor relief. _ Pour AllnvrN Killed , SAW I.aKB CITV , Utah , Oct. 21 , Informa tion was melvetltodaythatfour miners wcro killed ut Colllnston last Thursday hy the p re- mature explosion of a pnwdcr blast. Mw. "Wluslow'M ' taoolhinjf Hyrun forChll dron Teething relieves the child froin puln , S ccaU A bottle , IOM RELIGIOUS CATERINGS , Yesterdaj's ' Proceedings of the National Con vention of the Christian Church , BAPTISTS IN SESSION AT RED OAK , Grand linen inpmciit of Oddfellows nt Molncn-Siiddcii Dentil of Her * ( emit Kttmvntcr nt I > uhiuuc Tlio Supreme Court. D MoiXF.3 , la. , Oct. 51. [ Special Tele gram to Tin : HUE.1 The work of the na tional convention ot tlio Clu-lstluii church today consisted of u continuation of the busi ness of the Christian women's board of mis sions. Mrs , Uurgess , the vlco president , pro- sliled , ntul Mrs. La Moore acted as secretary In tbo absence ot Mrs. .Aimn I ) , Morrison , kept at homo by the death or herhusband. . Tlio report of the corresponding secretary shoved that more women mul moro ministers iiro interested nudworking in behalf ot this society than ever before. The work on this side ot the Atlmitlc extends from the gulf on the soutb to Novii Kcotlnon the north , and entirely across the continent from cast to west , Koports from orpunlrers In seven dif fer-out states show cighty-flvo auxiliaries or- pmi/cd , with Itil moinbors ; twenty-slit auxiliaries reorganized , wllti yiS ) members ; seventeen youngpoonte's missionary circles organized , with 'il members ; scvaiity-ciglit mission bnmts orennizcd , with Ho * members. The report of "Young People and Children's Work"vm given byMr . C. FV ICingof Al- lephrny , 1'a. , and showed rcmurkablo Inter est in this work. TliU society no\v has 4-1" bands , wlthu membership ol several thou sand ; 1457 now members have IRISH enlisted this year. The report of the treasurer , Mrs. MuryC. Cole of Indiana showed tlio total re ceipts for the you1 to bo * : ! , . > Hi.SI. The la dies have im endowment fund of over ? 1",0JO ( drawing interest. Numerous working com mittees were appointed and other routine- business transacted. This evening memorial sen-ices were held In honor of Mrs , Surah JJ , Shoi-trldfjoof Indianapolis , hid. , former cor responding secretary , wlio died in April last , President T. W. Phillips of Pennsylvania de livered the annual address. Iowa HapUnts it ) Session. HKDOAK , la. , Oct. 21 , [ Special Telegram to TIIK Br.n.1 The forty-ninth annual moat- inp of the Iowa Ilaptist state coiivention will bo held in Hed Oak on Wednesday and Thursday of this wee ! : . Sessions ot the auxiliary societies -were held today. The pastors' ' conference was opened with a ser mon by Kov. F.V. . Parsons of Glemvood , Kev. II. C. Nash of Deiiison ( javo an address on the duty of l.iwa Ilnptists in education , mid llev. O. C. I'cclc \Vluterset read a paper on I-hrisliaii experience. lev. ! .Antony Jacobs oi'Sidney was elected president mid Itov. 1' . AVilliams ot Ottniuwa secretary. Kev. C. J. 1'opo ot Osags was selected to preach the anuiml bornion next yenr. The afternoon and evening was occupied by tlio Iowa educational society , Kev. K. N. Htirrlsof Comicll I5U < fb deliver- In ; ? the annual sermon. The report ot th c secretary showed aid given to fourteen young men studying for the ministry , the total appropriation therefor bohm tfHO. The rcceiiits for the year were $ l,0'iS , , Including a lepucy ofbli. . There are thirty applicants for aia the coining year , and it was voted to raise $3,500 for the work. Dr. E. C. Hewitt of Morgan Park , 111. , gave an address on theological education in the northwest. Itov. V. AV. Parsons of Glen wood VMS elected president. The vlco president 'selected are Prof. AlonzoAbernotliyof OSIIKO , Mrs. J. I- , Sluvenson and liov. 1' . AV. Tildeu ot Dos Moiiira , William L. fey of Sioux City , and Kev. It. Gnrton ot Cedar Hsipids. Kov.,1 , W. Alien of Boone ivas elected secretary , Jr. ) CJ , W. Garter of Marshulltowii treasurer , and U N. Call of Webster City , Mrs. 1'lornltog- ITS and Mrs. Surah Dickensoa of Dan JMoinos additional members of the executive commit tee. J , V. Jliac-hinan ot ( Jlewvood was chosen dclogato to the Rational Uantist Educational society , and K. Ji. Lo\vis of Sioux City alter nate. The Women's ' Mssion society held its amiunlmeeting inthoConprcgational church. Ur. H , Ij. Stetson of Deslviumos gave an nd- dress. Thoroportot' ofllccrs evidenced good work done during the ywiv. Mrs. L. R. Hull of Mason City ( jnvo an address on niission bands and missionary mothers , and Miss Ella Ilrainard of Chicago told ot work among the Jreed mm in North Cnrollna. and AIlss Kniina Parsons of work umotnr the Mormons. There are thus far sonio two hundred delegates and visitors in attendance , with nearly as mnny more expected tomorrow. I. O. O. F. KncmnpmcMt. Dns Moi.N'F.s , la. , Oct. ttl , [ Special Telo- gmm to ' 1'iiB 33EK. ] The grand encamp ment of the lo\va \ Oddfellows bejian here today. Tlioreportof tintnd Suribo Garrett showed that there are now ISO eiicanipmonts in lova , with a membership oT l.GO'.t. . The annual receipts wore (10,510.03. Grand Pa triarch LouisStulu and Grand lieprescnta- tlvo S. U. U'ilton and . ! . T. .Abbott also made extended reiwrts. Tliis afternoon the new ( 'mud oftieersvere Installed as follows ( iriind patriarcn , .f , C , ICoonz of 11 ur- lintftonj pniud high priest , S. \ . Winter of AVooil biiio ; grand senior warden , O , L > . Bellamy of Kuoxvlllo ; Brand scribe , William ( larrcttof Jlurliin-'ton ; prand treasurer , J. Norwood Cltirk of Iowa City ; grand Junior wardenS. P.Smith of Jown r'alls ; grand representative , Herman Jlloelc ot Davenuort. The cxeinplilication of degree worlc foil owed , oecupyiiiK the remain der of the attornoon. Tonight tlio Oauyhtors of Uobecca held their pi'.md assetiiblraiidcx- cniplllled the degree worlc. The Supi-oini ! Court. DCS MOISES la. , -Jl.-Speclal [ Tele gram to 'J'nu CEB. ] The follovinfj cases ivero decided by the supreme court today ; ( icorgo It. Newell & Co. vs Martin & , Wag ner ot aland r'lrnt JTatloual bank of Hock liaplds , gurnlshco , appellant ; Lyon district ; anirmed. \ \ ' . .lonnson vs .T , A. ISIcPhcrran , A. S. Mcl'hcrran and Mary.I. Mcl'herran , nppol- lants ; Tumndistrict ; afllrmed , n. W , Smith vs U. A. Hals and U.D. Ked o & Co. . appellants ; Taylor district ; alllrmed. \VillUui Dcaringit Co. vsOrnndy County National banlc , Grandv district ; nnirinod , Davenport woolen mills company vs Charles Tfcinstcdt , appellant ; Iflojd district ; af- Jirnicil. Hiimvutcr Jlropfl I > onil , la. , Oct. il ! , [ Si cIalTclcgrani to THE UIE.I Sergeant Charles C. Klns- ivatoi' of tlio Second United States In f antry , stationed nt Kort Omaha , nndon duty ntthu regimental recruitluK1 rendezvous atUnbmiue , fell dejid in the recruiting ofllco at I o'clock this afternoon. Ho wi talkluj , ' pleasantly \vlth his friends in the olllto and started to \vnllc into the iiujohiliic room , when ho sta ( > - KOind and loll to the lloor and expired in stantly. The remains will bo sent to lort Oniahu for iutcrnieiit. Tlio llllliiiKH Case. Ixr > m.X ! > ixen : , la. . Oct. Ul.-Sixx'Ial'Mo- [ m-um toTimIlr.i-M.K. ] Hilling * wllUr- rlvo in this city today and have a hearing be fore .ludtfo K. Key tonljjht , when the state oflleerswlll bo roqiicatcd to show rrasonwliy ho should not ho dhcliurgiul Immodlatuly , Tlio .Slioolluu Toiirniuunnt. The shooting tournament , under the aus- jilcrw of l'H. . I'armaleo and AV. K. Xason , \vlll beliiilil at the ( air grounds , coiuincncln this inornliiKund ronllinilnif tlnite days. ArraiigcrneuUs have been complelcl for one of the most successful shooting events over held in the \veit. _ Klllru mul slie l y Slcn , Hr. 1'Airi. , Minn. , Oct. 21.-Spedal [ Telu- Krum Uil'iiK IlEis.J-I'ntlCiUcn of St. Paul anil . .looSheehj- Hurley , WIs. , tonight signed articles for alight to n llnlsh on .N'o- vembern , Oiipoiubiiry rules , for fl.oooa sldtf , 'J'ho vmmcrof tno mill will chnllenj ; " J'oter Jnclthon oa his trip through tuo coun try. _ I'lujrn-H * l < o Kiin New YOIIK , Oct. 21-Tto Brotherhood bao Iwll playoi-s , at n meeting this mornlnp , draw up a communication uodresscd to Ilia i'lnyors" " lenguo directors , ojpressliiff conll denco In whatever action that body might tnko. The league , nt a meeting this nttor- noon , returned a complimentary reply. Johnson - son of Cleveland , dmtrmim of the eommltloo im conference with ivpresoutatlvos oC the National lenguo and Aincrlnm nssoclatlon , imported that n number of meetings had boon held , but no flnal or positive agreement luul been re.iched , cxceit | tli , > t each body had expressed n wish to meet upon aotno cominon mid satis fying ground lu onlor to prevent dinicultlcs nnd oinbarruMinont In the national game. A common nntno was agreed upon , he said. Unit of "United Leacfiic. " This report wa ac cepted and the committee instructed to con tinue the conference If they docniod it ad visable. The Plnyors' lenmio added three Hrotbcr liooil men , Invln , lliinlon and Ward , to thelt committee. This may miiko trouble in the union conference tomorrow , as tlio Nntlomi longuo people have alwnys claimed that they wmld never confer with players. TJll ! til'KKIt JtlXG , llacci. Ky , , Oct. Sl.-Sunnnnry of today's races i Flvo furlongs Vcnny Uoynl won , Uavnion second , Ono Ulmo third. Tinio 1 : OI. Six : furlongs , heats 1'irat heat : Joslo M \von , n.inlcl second , Mary Mac third , Time 1 ill ) . Second : Joslo M won , Wary second , "Daniel third. Tlino-l : l" . Mile mid seventy yards Labrador won , 13ugeiiU second , Jubllro third , Tinio-1 : lV < f. Mile and one-sixteenth Knyotto von , Catalpa second , Dan Chief thira. Time 1 : iSi. ; . Kive and one-halt furlongs -Hestxmso von , T aura Agnes second , Modjoska third , Time 1:10. : Viva nnd one-half furlonps-Milt Voung \von. Tom Alackln second , Ka Leonard third. Time 1 iiHinuton ISnces. WASHINGTON , Oet.il . Summary of today's ' races : Flvo furlongs Mabel won , Ballyhoo second end , Loivlamlcr third. Time 1 :02. : Three-fourths of a mile Lcontino von , Cornelia second , Sllenco third. Tiino 1 : ir > i < . Five furlongs Cerebns won , Mrthwood second , Adnir third. Time 1 ; t > < . One mlle Hello O'Or ' won , Hellwood second end , Tanner third. Timo143U. : . Steeplechase , two miles Leo Christy von. McICeiizio second , Elphin third. Time -1:05. : Toilaya' Tips. AT T.LIZA1IKTII. First r.ico Volunteer , Dr. Ilasbrouck. Second raco-Lady Jane. Wilfred. Third race Servitor , woodcutter. Fourth race-Nevada , I ) . B. Million. Fifth race Bush Bolt , ICetohum. Sixth race Carnegie , Little Jim. AT I.BXlXClTOJf. First race Lndy Iiivorcauld , Dosta , Second raco- Ireland , I'ulliiMii. Third r.iee Swamp Fox , Hopeful. Fourth race Mu.idovvbroolc , Bettlo Scl- dcn. dcn.Fifth Fifth race Tenacity. JIaJor Tom. Sixth race Semper Fidcle , .Mabello. - WA.UIUXG D11V GOO 1)8 ) 11OUSICS to Knjoln n. Store 1'roni 1 nil- tut In i ; Another' I'irinanic. . Injunction proceeding's of a novel nature were commenced yesterday in the district court by tlio Boston store company against Charles A. Stonehlll. I'lalntiffaiiddeteiidant arc rivals in the dry goods businesstheir stores being- located 0,1 Soutb Sixteenth street , between Douglas ana Dodge. Plaintiff claims ' 'hat ' defendant is imitating tbo letter heads , checks , drafts , circular. , advertise ments , displays , etc. , nil of which plaintiff claims is exclusively Its own. Plaintiff says its store was located at its present place long before defendant opened next door and that Hie latter is trying In every way possible to attract its tnido. Stonehill has oven gone so far , plaintiff days , as to rail bis establishment "Tho lion ton Store , " lu order to mislead buyers and make them think it Is "Tho Uo"ton Storo. " Jud c Doano granted a temporary ordorrcstrainingdcfend- ant from further iuiit'itiiig the Boston store , and set October " > , 10 a. m. , for neuritis tuo matter. Thu jurv in August Dormanvs PIrt .Ra tional bnulc returned a verdict of S'-00 ! for do- Icndaiit. Peter J. Williams asks to bo divorced from Mary Lily Williamson the ground of adul tery. 'Iho city of Pawnco and Charles SchrocOor are defendants in tv suit commenced by B rowuell Ac Co. to recover $ S.0 ror a waterworks - works boiler. Frank Sondel : sues John Soadek and others forU- a noto. Jlehr Uros.&Co. sue .7 , S. Cameron log ? liTil.t-on ( ! notes. 'I1. C. U'ulny has sued Luke P. Sinlicy In the district court to recover $1,100 on a note Klvcn to the > O. R Davis company and after wards assigned to tltoiilaliititT. Ilannah L'1'caso has brought suit to recover - cover S7.0 nnd forecloic a inortgagu executed bylJeeboII. andCieoi'pe L. Donahue. , Depends on tinsalary. . CnuYiixxi : , Wyo.,0ct. SI. [ Special Tele gram to TiuBiK. : : ] C. N. Potter has declined the place on the supreme bench inndovncnnt by the resignation of Chief Justice Van do- venter. It is probable thnt the appointment will not now bo made until after the legisla ture m oetsnn a llxes the bulury which goes with the olllcc. Ornnteil n I < "rnnolil4e. SU.T L KI : , Utah , Oct. 'Jl. [ Spcelnl Telo- grmn to Tin : Km.J : The city council tonight - night passed an onlinanco gmutlni ; tlio Wyo ming , Salt Lnlco & Callfonilsi road a franchise through tlio cltjTho line c.xlonds from KvaiiHtoii.Wyo. , to Deep Creole , Cal. , a , dis tance of iWJ milw. Worlc will bo begun to morrow. Iteal DuclH. LONDONOct. . 21. At Posth yesterday in a duel fought with sabres Lloutenant Laxnr , one of the combatants , had ono of his arms severed from his body. .An account of ft fatal duel comes from Cronstudl. Count Alarcnzl , ono of the duel ists , received a shot wound froiii which ho Is dying. A Kow UonsoiiH U'liy St. I'/itriclt's 1'Ills arn Popular. I3ecauso they novordlsiippoiiit. Bcvau so they produce a pl-'asant cntlmrtio uiTcct. , , . Because they not only physic , but cleauso the whole syhtem uuu rcgulato the 1 Ivor and bowels. Kor f ale nt S. cents per box by druggkls. ilowisli Tornccntl ns In OIHI-ISA , Oct. iil. In accordance with the c/nr'D onforccnicnt of the aiitl-.Jcwish law nil Jews in Kisiic'iiclt wore today ordered to Itsavo thnt city , also the Jews In Alicrmmi , tlilrtv-oliht niilt'j from here , have been or. derril to leave that town. 1002. Sixteenth mul furnnm streets is the now HoiMe Ishuid Ut-kut olliw. Tick ets lo till points cast nt luwoHt rates. The Sleiiinc'i' Kproo Snl'n. IS'KW y MK , Oct. a 1 , The now North Ger man Lloyd's steamer Spree , about which some iinnlety has btjeu felt , arrived safely today. She had boon delayed by tremendous storms on the .Atlantic nnd an nccldont to her machinery , _ _ "Kit" lloynolcls ICIIInl. ( JI.OIIE , Ariz. , Oct. 21. This aflernoon IX A. Key uolds , v-cll known throuBbout tbo west us "Kit" Itcynolds , wa shot mul killed bv Alexander Oraydon , a proinincnt cltl/.en. 'i lie mem bail quarreled frujuently. 'J'lin l ) Mitli Hull. SAX FIUSCIII > , Oct. 21 , General J. O , Sulllviui. who commanded a division under Itosccraus nnd who fought at tto batllo of luka , dlod lu Oakland this afternoon. Will ItoMiuiic Work , Vif.xsAOot. 21. The tramcar employes who struck Kutiduy will rciuino work. The intitilclpal council will compel the tramcar tbe mlw. SCROFULA Islliatfflipurlljrof the bloodwhich produces uiiMghtly lums or nvolllngs In Ilio neck ; \vlilcli ctiusca tunning sores on tlio inns , leg ) , or ( cot ; nlilcli dovolopi ulcers In Ilia eyes , carJor note , ollcn causing blindness or ilcilness ) whlchls Hio origin of i > lmplc9 ( cancerous cereus Ktowlhj , or 'Mmmorjj" wlilch , fasten ing upon tlio lung's causes consumption and death. Ills tlio inoatanctcnt of oil diseases , and very few poisons are cnlltcly frco Ironi It. CURED lly taking Hood's BusapirlUn , which , Ij ) tlio romaikiiblo cures It lias accomplished , lias proven Uscll to to a potent and peculiar medlclnofor tills disease. II yomufforlicmi scrofula , try Hood's Harsaparllla. " Every iprlng my utto and children luivo been troubled with urofuli , my little boy , thrco years old , being a. terrible suflcrer , I.ait spring ho was one m.tss ot sores frntu hc.idtofcct.Voall took Hood's Sarsaparir i , nil Jail Into been cured of tlio scroll'la. My llttlo boy li entirely ( reo from sores , and . , i four of iny children look bright andheallli ) . > IV. D. ATIIKHTOX , Pauitlc City , N , J. * . % . Hood's Sarsaparilla SoUbyaltdtUKRltti , SliilxfurSJ. IVparcilouly by C.I. 11001) A CO. , A | > othecarlo , lanell , ilait. IOO Doses Ono Dollar TOS m A FOUL , Lindsay Eesorts to His Old-Tiino Tactics ntid is Called Down. ANOTHER FIGHT TO BE ARRANGED. llotli Men I'rotly liatlly Ilnniiiicrci Up In Tmiit MfjIifH llnttlollu- 1'oro tlio Soulli Oinuhii AtlilctluClub. \ .Tinunlo Lindsay of this city and John Willtcsof St. l oiilswent together last uigbt In the South Omaha Athletic club rooms In a fWit to a ilnlab. In the sixth round tbo light was invardpil to Willies on a foul. The occasion \viis selected as the opening of tlio club rooms , and vas to bo fora purse oC f."iOO , the whole to go to Iho victor. Two hundred members of tbo sporting fraternity wcro present. Tlio usual wrangling \vas avoided by the club numbers selecting the roforce. The honor was conform ! upon \V.II. Wilson , and .Frank Johnson was made tlmo keeper. Lindsay was .seconded by Billy Hnwloy nnd .lames lllffbtowor , nnd.VHkisbv 1'rof. ' Jloonoy of St. L.ouls andJ. \Viillncu. \ . The men wore In line condition and tlpuoil the scales utliiilVjf pounds each. ' - enturultho atO-IOinul 'riioprini-lpals rintr : - tbe 11 Kbt lasted twenty-ilvo uiiiuitcs. Knch man indicated bis contidcncu lu his nullity to win thollKlitbv iiiteliinjjSl.'iOiit tbo rcfo'roo as they made their nppearaiico , to bo plucuil on the result. In tlio lirst round both m on wcro cautious mid went to their corners without strikiiig a blow. In the second , after careful sparring1. Lind say led with his right on his opponent's ' nock nnd followed with his left , \\llkcs \ stopped the Omaha boy vith a blow on the brwut. Lindsay rushed tbollKlitliiK until tbo end of tbo round , vhcn n blow in tbo nose gave llrst blood to Willces. \Vlicn tbo men came to the scratch the tblnl tlmo they appeared to bo ready for blood . Lindasy wan more cautious and the ilKbtlnir was forced byVilkcs. . Tlie clover duckiiitf ; ol Lindsay worried his opponent , \vlio fulled ivrnatcdly to upper-cut bun. In tlio fourth cries of "foul" wcro board from both sides , and tbo claims \vero urged with t > ome justice by tbo sci-onds of each. In tlio liftb both principals wcro warned nbout clinching , lloth fought desperately and were severely punlshc-cl. In the lutlur 1 > , irt of the round \Vilkcs \ wius very short of wind , but continued to bit his opponent with considerable effect. The sixth round coin nienced with furious Jlphting on both sides. Biood was flowing freely from the noses of caeh. In the luttor part of the round Willies' head \vatcuuglib wider Lindsay's arm , AVllkca' second claimed a foul ami ttiorafcrco ullowcil the claim , awarding tbo llRht to tbo til. Louis man. man.President. . SnvnKO of the club thought the light too hastily decided , nnd declared thnt nil bets should bo held until another could bo arranged , Thcro was miicli dissatisfaction , but order prevailed. 'Mm Wny Mnilu Clnitr. Ono of the most serious obslnules to suc cess in tbo way of man Is j > luiUd ; right in the nilddlo of tlio road to health , llo\v \ tore- btoro nnd to maintain a regular habit of body nnd digestion Is too often a source of needless nnd , unhappily , of vain Inijulry. It in not necessary to inveigh n .iinst drastic purga tives. They who have used thorn continu ously know the consequences , A remedy vbicli unites the action ofn rcKiilutiiiL' inodl- eine for the bowels with thnt of a tonic bolh for tluno organs , tlio livoriind the .itomnch , is llostcttei-.s Stomach lilttei-.s , sanctioned by the bc.st medical authority , and receiving dally tbocnilor.soincnt of our fellow coiintrv- inen. With this effectual , tboiiKh ( juntlo , laxnti vo nt hand , ills nossiblu to defy thosd cliaiiK'-'s of tcmporaluru produvtlro ofcomti- iMtlon , us well us constiUitional altnelcHof nlllousiioss , whlt'h beset even people natur ally he.illhy. Mnlailn , dy.siicpslii , ihouini- tlsm andki'dney troublca ui-o rciucilied uml prevented by the Hitters , Inspector d'lMir-nil Dniiiixit'M llnporl. W.vsnixisTiiv , Oct. SI. Tli annual repuit of Inspector ( ieneral Dumoiit of tlin steiiin- boat inspect Ion servlco .shows Unit the total 11 umber of vessels Inspected during the year xvai 7 , 'KM ; total net tomia.ije of vessels In- upectcd , lJWlISli.r ! ! > ,1i total number of ofllceitv ht'iiBud. IW.tiU Llnrliifj tbo year there wcro tl accidents , rosultliiK In the loss of ! ! Ki ivc , a decreases ofW ( x > inpnrud with tlm scdhiK year. Of tlio accidents , 17 iVMU 'roin collision , mul 1W of the lives lost wvro > y drowning. Of tbo nuinbor of lives lost , "i were piissengers and IbU olliccw or | xirs uin jinploypd on sU'aincr.s , Fully r > u ( > , ii i inssoiifn-rs worn carried on steam vessels durlnp Ibo iiscal year. To Xci'VDiif. Douilltatoil T > Iu\\ \ \ , If you will send us your addit ss wo will tend you Dr. Dye's Colobmtcd Voltalo Hell mil Appliances ou Irlnl. They will uuickly eatoro you to vigor , manhood and health. Jamphlct free , VOI.TAIU MELT Co. , ISIarshnll , Mich. I.O\MTM Ills Jlrcord , CiMiiuiitonC'iTV , Ind. , Ou-t. 81 , Tin ) ntal- ion Nelson today lowered bis ivcord , making n mile iu'JilOJ , . \ . Absolutely Pure. Aorcamof tartar baUlnj powflfr. r leivonlnf str iiRth-U. S , Govctniotnt ibW.