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THE OMAITA DAILY BEEtKRSDAY , OCTOBER 8 , 181)3. )
DOUBLE DEALING CHARGED
Capitol National Dopositon Diawtisfied with
the Receiver's Conduct.
WILL COMPLAIN TO THE DEPARTMENT
Two Hundred Interested 1'nrtle * Until n
Secret M 4tliig anil Determine tn
Tnke VlRnrnu * Momiiren In lu-
vemlcnto the Crete.
LINCOLN. Oct. 2. ( Social to Tint linn. ]
Tlio depositors ot the defunct Capital Na
tional bank are ngaln bocomlng rcstlvo over
the slowness with which the authorities nt
Washington nro moving In the matter of
straightening up the affairs of the Inslttu-
tloti , nnd some very declslvo action has been
decided upon. It Is stated that within ten
days sot-loin charges will bo preferred
ngnlnst Bank Hxamlnor Oriftlth nnd laid
tioforo the Treasury department nt Wash
ington. These charges will nccnso the
examiner of double dealing , lack of vlgl-
Inni'o , cnrolcssncis In looking nfor | the In
terests of the depositors nnd general neglect
ot duty.
A secret mooting of nearly 200 depositors
VMS hold In this city Saturday night. The
proceedings have boon caroftilly guarded ,
nnd but few ilotnlU have leaked out. Some
very energetic remarks were mndo by some
excited people present , nnd sanguinary
threats wore indulged in by some of the
jnoro violent. The results of the mooting
nro supposed to bo apparent xvlthin n few
days , when , It is assorted , some new and
startling disclosures will bo mado.
Lout Illi Left Itnnd.
Samuel dove , living near Bennett In this
county , was brought to Lincoln this atter-
' 110011 with a terribly mutilated hand. Ho
ivns nt work feeding n threshing innclitno ,
when his left hand was caught In the ma
chinery crushing it to a pulp nnd lacerating
It in a fearful manner. The machine was
stopped ns quickly ns possible and thu man
released from his tcrrlblo position. The
doctors who attend him believe that his
hand will have to bo amputated nt thu wrist ,
Although they will endeavor to save n
thumb nnd one finger. .
Drll A Ikon' * I'ri'dk-anioiit.
Mntt Daughcrty this forenoon received a
telegram from Dell Alkon , the Holt county
man who is in jail at El Paso on the charge
of being a fugitive from justice. Alken
ivires the following :
"Am still in Jail. No information as to
what has been done. Send for nio or send
bond. Answer. "
Aikon's friends In this city are at n loss to
understand the complications which sur
round the caso. 1 ho rc < iulsition < t > apcrs have
had tlmo lo reach thoToxas authorities
nnd Aikcn has stated all along that ho Is
perfectly willing to accompany the El I'nso
sheriff back to Nebraska without n requisi
tion. Ho wants to got out of jail , but for
some reason the Texas authorities seem bent
upon unwinding the entlro ball of red tape
before they will consent to make a move.
r District Court I'lrk Up.
The case of the State against Albert John
son , thu elderly chap charged with criminal
assault and attempted assault upon llttlo
Nelllo Duncan , the 10-year-old daughter of
n wHew living In North Lincoln , which
offense is allcgrd to have been committed In
the vicinity of the Standard OH company
warehouse , came up today. The court , was
shy on jurymen this mornlnir nnd it was
necessary to issuoa vcniro for n special
panel of twenty others , who nro ordered to
appear forthwith for service.
Judge Strode was engaged today In hearing -
ing the case of the First National bank of
Lincoln npainst. the State National. The
plaintiff had , i claim against Frederick K.
Miller , against whoso property foreclosure
proceedings had bcon begun In court. The
First National defaulted In the trial , and of
course did not got any share of the proceeds.
Before the money received from the sale of
the property lindpasscd from the hands of
the court , however , tlio bank secured an In
junction , nlsr > asking tlmt Its claim bo ad
judicated , and thai is thu case noiv being
heard. The other bank claims that the First
National bank appeared In the case and wus
therefore bound by thu previous decree.
UAKINO Ni : KOHlllMtS.
They Hold Up n O union Mall Currier uiul
Ir ? Kxcitpc.
Qonnos , Neb , , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TUB HUE.J About 1 o'cloolc this morning ,
us Charles Hurwoll , the night operator nt
this plauo , WUR carrying the mall sacks from
the depot to tlio postohlco a man with a
handkerchief tied over the lower part of his
fuoo appeared ana putting a gun under Bur-
well's nosu ordered him to stop and at iho
same tlmo tolling him to keep quiet. While
ono man kept him covered with n gun a second
end robber stepped out of the darkness nnd
dragged the mail pouches into the alloy ,
leaving the suolt containing the papers on
the sidowallc. Ho then ordered the operator
to walkout into the tnlddlo of the street ,
lie did so , iind whim ho turned around both
of the robbers had disappeared In an adjoin
ing alloy , wlie.ro they had saddle horses tied ,
nnd mounting rode rapidly away in a north
easterly direction. The operator gave the
alarm nnd nt 4 a. in. Sheriff Kosccrans .nnd
United Status Marshal Uddard of Kus'avlllo
wuro on ihoirjrail , following U for about six
miles , \vhoro it was lost.
The mall Hacks were not bollovcd to con
tain much of value. They have not been
found yet , but the general opinion 11 that the
worlc was done by amateurs und it Is only a
intention of a short tlmo until the robbers
N Will bo apprehended.
Serloiii Aoclilent Nenr linrincr.
SBBMRII , Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TUB BEB. ] As Herman Stuckonschmldt ,
living eight miles north of town , was taking
his family to churcn Sunday afternoon Uo
was met by Mr. Hanson , u neighbor. Han-
B'ni wus carrying a gun , which was dis
charged Immediately after passing Mr ,
Btuokeuschmldt , several shot striking him
In the arm , und Mrs. Stuckcnschmhlt receiv
ing novoral in the back. A llttlo girl 8 years
old was struck In the eye and another iu tlio
face. As soon ns Httnson porcolvod what
ho had douo ho put whip to his horse nnd
lied. Ho wns , however , overtaken shortly by
u brother of the wounded woman. Ho claims
ho wus shooting nt n dog.
County Html IViirefnliy Uliuniceil.
TUK.NTOX , Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to Tins HKK.J The county records and fur-
nlturu wcro all moved to Trenton today from
Culbortson , iho long line of teams arriving
about noon. At Culbcrtson Judge Hunter
gave thu oniccrs n parting address nnd at
Trenton they were met by the Trenton cor
net band a short distance from town , which
headed a procession of nearly nil the people
of Trenton.
Tu I'lll Jlitrmoit's Miou ,
IlAbTisos , Oct. 2. ( Special Telegram to
TUB IlKK.J Notli'o was Hied in the ofllco of
the county cleric today by the governor that
when the call Is made for the November
election that u representative for the flout
district of Adams and Webster counties bo
Included In tliu list , F , H. Hurmon , the rep
resentative , having loft the stuto for Okla
homa.
friehloiietl by n l.uimtln.
NKIIIUSKA Cmr , Oct. 2. [ SpeclnlTelogram
toTim DIK.J Au unknown insane in nil is
frightening the families of fanners south of
this city. Ho bus boon wandering around
for several days destroying property and
frightening women and children. All nt-
tempts to capture him have proven futllo
nnd ( ho neighborhood Is greatly excited.
Work of RU Organised Uuiir.
NBHUASKA Cirr , Oct. U. [ Special Tele
gram to run UKB. ] Durglttrs attempted test
break into A. Goldberg's clothing store last
evening , but were frightened uwny. These
attempts have boon numerous of Into and It
it bollovud there 11 uu organized gang of
Ir thioveiln the city.
Pettroycil the Cliupel Tout.
TAULK HOCK , Nob. , Oct. ! l [ Special to TUB
BBS. ] The tent of the Gospel Union of this
BUto , In charge of James K. Smith and :
"jKirty , which wet pitched here last week ,
was blown over last Thursday night and
WAS so dilapidated th.lt It will not bo set up
npnin. Smith closed hit meetings last oven-
ItijT In the l rv < > ' - " -l"t i-htirch without
much apparent v < uther having
been urifavor. ' turt. They
went to litncot . tt111 nngaga In
mUsion work llnvo i.ir iho winter.
M ) < ; lI'.tV'.1 I.KADKKS
Vnllry Cltlr.rn * I'arnlilinil Something tn
Tnlk Ahont for it l > tr Hundred Yrnro.
VAi.t.Er , No < i , , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TIIK linn. ] This city Is In a state of ox-
rltomnnt tonight over the clopmcnt of a
highly esteemed young couple whohavcibocn
the loaders In local society for some tlmo.
They wcro seen last about 10 o'clock ycstor-
tlny morning , when they hired n livery rig
nnd started , ns they claimed , to visit n
frlond about sovcn mlle * south of town. The
parents of the young lady became alarmed
anil bojrnn an investigation. They soon
learned that they had not visited the
friends south of town , but had gene in a
different direction.
It was developed Into this evening that the
two had ciopod. The gentleman In the cuso
Is J. C. Kelley , n very popular Union Pnclllo
telegraph operator at this plnco , and the
lady Is pretty Miss Mairglo Cross , grand
daughter of the landlord of the Hoed hotel
tn this city. It was also learned this evening
that Air. IColloy had nsked for n leave of
utaenco from his poit of duty for thirty
days nnd that the clopors drove directly to
I'Yotnont yesterday morning , where they
took the train for. the oast. It is reported
that they will visit .tba World's fair , nftcr
which they will pa n few weeks of tholr
honeymoon with Mr. Kelly's relatives In
Hlkhart.
Mr. Heed nnd Mrs. Hold had planned to
tnko their talented grand daughter on a
pleasure trip to England , where they
nxpected to sojourn for many months In
thoirjintivo land. The young lady , with her
elaborate wardrobe all In readiness was to
sail In a few days , but evidently concluded
that .sho could not glvo up her sweetheart.
Sinnll lllnzn lit I'nlrlMiry.
FAiimtmr , Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special to TUB
BBIS. ] A flro started in a frame building enD
D street , occupied by A. Manlfoo with a
stock of confectioneries , at " o'clock this
morning , but was extinguished by the lire
department with small loss. The 11 ro was of
Incrndlary origin , coal oil having boon used
In liberal quantities.
AU31F OltUKKS.
Chnnu a la thu Sorvlco Directed by the
Ucnrritl Uouiinnndlncr.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to Tun BBK.J The following tirmy orders
wcro Issued todny :
The leave granted Captain Ed ward C. Car
ter , assistant surgeon , Is extended seven
days.
Lpavo for three months is granted Captain
William D.Crosby , assistant surgeon. T.io
extension of leave granted First Lieutenant
Benjamin H. Randolph , Third artillery ,
September 7. Is further extended live days.
First Lieutenant Sidney E.Stewart and
Captain Charles S. Smith , ordnance depart
ment , will proceed from this city to the
Sandy Hook proving grou id on business per
taining to the test of armor-piercing pro
jectiles.
Alajors Alfred A. Woodhull nnd Alfred C.
Glrard , surgeons , uro detailed as delegates
to represent the medical department of the
army at the annual mooting ot the American
Public Health association , to bo hold at Chicago
cage from the tlth to the 14th of October.
Captain Ira MaeNutt , ordnance depart
ment , will proceed to Watervllet arsenal ,
West Troy , N. Y. , on public business per
taining to the fabrication of cannon.
Leave for ono month , wltn permission for
an extension of fifteen days , to take effect on
being relieved from duty in the recruiting
service , is granted First Lieutenant Daniel
E. McCarthy , Twelfth infantry recruiting
olMcer.
An army retiring board having found
First Lieutenant Thomas J. Clay , Tenth
infantry , incapacitated for active service ,
the ordinary leave of absence granted htm
Is extended until further orders on account
of disability. First Lieutenant John R.
Williams , Third artillery , will at the expira
tion of the leave granted report in person to
the adjutnnt general for duty In his cilice ,
and so much of special orders of September
2 as assigns Lieutenant Williams to duty
with battery E of his regiment is revoked.
The following transfers In the Second ar
tillery are ordered : First Lieutenant John
Conkllng , Jr. , from battery M to battery L ;
First Lieutenant John E. McMahon. from
battery L to battery M. Lieutenant Conk-
ling will join the battery to which ho Is thus
transferred.
The following transfers In the First artil
lery are ordered : First Lieutenant Henry
L. Harris , from battery A to battery M ; '
First Lieutenant John P. Wlsson. from bat
tery M to battery A. Second Lieutenant
George W. Gatcholl , Fourth , artillery , Is
transferred from battery F. to battery D of
that regiment.
The following transfers in the Twenty-
fourth infantry are made : Captain James
N. Morgan , from company U to company K ;
Captain William H. W. James , from com
pany K to company D.
The ruslgnatlon of Cadet Herbert B
Sooloy. third class United States military
academy , has been accepted , to take effect
September 20.
First Lieutenant Clarence II. Edwards ,
Twenty-third Infantry. Is relieved from
further duty at St. John's college , Fordham ,
Now York City.
Lieutenant' Edwards will repair to this
city nnd report to the adjutant general for
duty in his ofllco.
The following transfers in the Eighth In
fantry are ordered : Captain Charles Porter ,
from company B to company K : Captain
Tnomas Wllholm , from company K to com
pany B.
The leave granted First Lieutenant Alfred
Hasbrouck , Jr. , adjutant , Fourteenth In
fantry , is extended ono month.
The leave grunted Colonel Xonas II. Bliss ,
Twenty-fourth Infantry , Is extended twenty
days.
I'LAira in ran CAXAL.
OMAHA , Oct. 2. To the Editor of THE BEE :
The honorable city council recently re i-
quested n mass meeting of the voters io
consider the report of its special committee
on the contemplated Platte river canal
project. A largo and respectable number of
voters attended the meeting , listened to the
report , anil with' slight amendment passed
n resolution fnvorlmr the submission of a
l > end proposition under the terms of the ro-
port , that was adopted bv the council. jd
The printed report of the ordinance passed
for the submission of $1,500,000 , city bonds to
bo designated "electric light and waterworKs -
worKs bonds" boars but llttlo resemblance
to thu council's rotioit considered at the
mass meeting. In fact that report hns boon
Ignored and an apparent new schoino is [
presented. There Is nothing specific pro-
son loci in the ordinance now in the hands of
the mayor except n proposition that the
voters shall authorize the issue of $1,600-
000 bonds for eluctiio light and water >
plant purK | > ses. No provision Is
made for a commission contemplated
In the previous report. No manner is pro
vided for securing snld plantswhether by con
struction or purchase of existing plants. No
regulations for the investment of the funds.
No time is specified when sucn utidortnklncs
shall bo commenced or finished. No pro
vision that thu bonds shall bo void It Bf Bo
used within a given time. In fact , the propo
sition Is go general that it may bo construed
or the proceeds bo used In almost any man-
tier tlio present or any future council may de
termine by ordinance , without regard to the
interests of the voters and without protec
tion to thcui should u council to will It.
It , would seem from the terms of the
proposition pendlutr that tha canal project
had gone idlromorlng or was only Intended
for electioneering purposes.
This may do for the present , but the In
terests of the taxpayers and the enterprise
itself should not bo Jeopardized In any >
vague or uncertain way , B. H , Ronisox.
KuclUh Mliier * do JUcU to IVurk ,
LoNixix , Oct. 3. A telegram from Ashtou-
under-Lyno says that work was resumed
thU morning In two eollerlcs of that dis
trict in which 400 men were employed. The
minors who returned to work will receive
the old rate of wages.
The Death RalL
New OHLEINS , Oet , 'J. Colonel James
Alloyu , for tba past fifteen years manager
of the Western Union company In this city ,
nnd a prominent motubrr of toe Army of thu
Tennessee of Coufederato Veterans , died
latt evening , aged 66 yoara.
SARPY'S ' DECIDED STAND
Repnblic.ini of tba County Not Prepared to
Vindicate the Ring.
WANT MAXWELL RETURNED TO THE BENCH
Krnulntloiuor thn Convention Declnrn. tlmt
Stiile OMlclaU Wnn n Hecorilt Am So
Qucfltloimhlo Bnull Not Attempt
to Control tlio 1'conlo.
1'Ariu.tos , Neb. , Oct. 2. [ Special Tele
gram to Tim BEE. ] The republicans nt the
convention today nominated ttio following
doloRatos to the state convention : J. 1C.
Wilson , . ! . D. Clarke , A. J. Solilon , A. TJ.
Sherman , C. E. Keys , Byron Satjo anil
George Suitor. The following resolution ,
was unanimously adopted. X
Whoroiis , It lias become generally known
tlmt tin ; political nKcnUs of railroads and ether
corporation * , assUtod by certain .state udlcurs ,
whoso mismanagement of public affairs has
nut noon uiillrcily overlooked by the people ,
liavoheon nmklni ? stronuou * ulTorts by fair
ntiil foul means to detent , nRalnsttho tiopular
will ot the voters of Hits state , the nomination
of JiulRaMuxwoll.
Uosolvcd , That the delegates to the state
convention selected hero thU afternoon bo
and are hereby Instructed to use all honorable
mentis tn the Interest or Judge Muxwoll to
secure bis nomination us justice ot the
supreme court.
1'lerco County Uimnlmous.
PIP.IICK , Nob. . Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to THE BBK. ] The republican county con
vention convened here today and placed In
nomination a strong county ticket. A. G.
AVoandor. H. S. Bock , P. U Brando , M. In-
holder and August -iScluvlcktonburi ? wore
chosen delegates to the statu convention. A
resolution Instructing for Judge Maxwell
was uuamlnously adopted.
Mumvoll'ii Tliurnton Dolocntog.
I'KNUEit , Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TUB BEE. I The following named delegates
wcro elected to the state convention by the
republicans and Instructed for Maxwell : B.
P. McDonald , George Mustard , Hlrani Chase ,
Noah Whitfomb , W. B. Warrlngton and
Lev ! Young.
Outfox Favor * Honesty.
Koneits , Neb. , Oct. 2. [ Special to Tun
BBB.I Iho republican primary of jlogors
proclnct was held hero Saturday night. The
chief business was the nominating of delegates -
gates to tile county convention. The senti
ment hero is largely iu favor of Maxwell.
O.irtlchl KiuliuMiistlo lor Mnxnvll.
. Nob. , Oct 2. [ Special to Tun
BBK. ] The Garllold county republican cent
vcnttoii instructed its delegates to use nil
honest means to secure the ronomlnation of
Judge Maxwell.
Frontier Instructed Tor Maxwell.
t
CuuTis , Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to Tun BKE. ] The republican county con
vention was well attended todny nnd the
following ticket was put hi. i the field :
Treasurer , S. W. Nixon ; clerk , J. T. Twiss ;
Judge , Ed Compton ; sheriff , J. A. Lynch ,
superintendent , Ilattle L Mays ; .surveyor . ,
Nels Duland ; coroner , J. T. Sandcra ; com
missioner , J. H. Douchcry.
Eight delegates wcro elected to the state
convention and instructed for Judge Max
well.
Klmball Prefers iMuxiroll.
KIMIIAI.L , Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to Tin : BEE. ] The republicans hold arous
ing county convention Saturday. The
county nominees aror H. L. Graves , treas
urer ; J. M. Clap , superintendent ; G. il.
Kondricks , clerk ; V. J. Cross , sheriff ; A. M.
Fatrficld , surveyor.
C. M. Woodard , B. K. Lewis nnd II. L.
Graves wore chosen' delegates to the state
convention. They openly express a decided
preference for Maxwell for judge.
Valley Delegates Divided. '
OUD , NOD. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram to
TIIK BEB. ] The republican county conven
tion met this afternoon. Tljo following Is
the ticket nominated : Clerk , Vincent Koltcs :
treasurer , Herman Heed ; sheriff , Samuel
Thompson ; judge , P. J. David ; superintend
ent , J. J. Ponopacker ; coroner , Dr. W. E.
Cramer ; surveyor , C. J. Nelson.
Seven delegates wcro elected to attend
the state convention. Their rirst choice for
supreme judge is as follows : Pour for J. O.
C. Harrison , ono for Maxwell and two for O.
A. Abbott. Ihe republicans have nominated
a strong ticket and feel confident of winning
some of the offices , if not all , at the next
election.
No Instructions In Hnllne.
WILIIEII , Nob. . Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TUB BEB. J The delegates to the state
convention chosen at the republican county
con vontion uro : G. H. Hastings , Chapman ,
White , Van Patton , VauDuyn , Pope , Smith ,
McDougall , Justice , Wostcott , Fistiburn ,
Itolger , Abbott , Craig , Casper , McGlntlo ,
Pond , Callnlian.
They are unlnstructcd , but the majority
are anti-Maxwell.
The county ticket Is : Treasurer , B. J.
Spirk ; F. D. Williams , clerk ; P. P. Hondoo ,
Judge ; J. W. Hartmnn. register of deeds ; K
L. Derwart , sheriff ; C. Traycr , coroner ; P.
Jennings , superintendent ; E. L. Billings ,
surveyor. ; Eu Loot , commissioner.
ICoya I'ahu Itepublluani.
HrniNOViEW , Neb , , Oct. 2. [ Special Tolo-
grain to TUB BEK. ] At the republican
county convention the following county
ticket was placed in nomination : C. A.
Hlpoy , clerk ; C. II. liarnos , judge ; M. N.
Peote , treasurer ; W. H. Crcclon , sheriff ; C.
L. Phillip , superintendent ; H. J. Skinner , W.
C. Brown und T. U. Evans , delegates to the
state convention. W. C , Brown was oiectcd
chairman of the county central committee
and W. W. Bylngton secretary.
Harmony Prevailed at O'Neill.
Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to THE BEB. ] The republican county con
vention wus hold In this city today and was
tha most harmonious gathering of republi
cans hold In this county for years. C. Chap
man was elected chairman and the following
county ticket nnmod : Treasurer. Nell Bren-
nan of O'Neill ; sheriff , II. C. McEvorv of
O'Neill ; clerk. C. E. Butler of Atkinson ;
judge , K. M. Ogle of Green Valley ; superin
tendent , S. A. Anderson of Stuart ; sur
veyor , it E. Borndon of Ageo ; coroner , II.
A. Skolton of Page. John MoBrldo was
elected chairman of the county central com
mittee.
The delegates to the state convention are :
M. P. KInknid , Tyler Scrivcn , C. P. Ktch-
mor.d , S. J. Weokcs , John Mcnzlo , II. Shank ,
J. A. Tronimorhaiiser , A. J , Clark , Elmer
Morrliimu , Samuel Thompson and Thomas
Slmonson. The convention was enthusiastic
for Judge KInknid for supreme Judge nntl
the delegation Is for him
, providing ho Is a
candidate. All parties concede that tlio
ticket nominated is u strong ono and repub
licans are confident of .success.
Jliohnrilion County Not Instructed ,
FALW CITT , Neb , , Oct. 2. [ Special Tele-
Knim to THE BEB. ] The republicans of
Uluhardson county , numbering 103 delegates ,
mot In convention todny and nominated the
followingcountyofhYers : Clerk , E.O.Lowls ,
rouoinlnutod ; treasurer , George W. Marsh ,
ronomlnato't ; coroner , H. Q. Stover , renotnl-
uuted ; county superintendent , T. H. Kuhl.
man ; register of deeds , F. W. Miller , sheriff ,
W. P. Fergus , renominated. The following
delegates were elected to the state conven
tion : John Kloopful , P. It. Shelly , B. P.
Wiser , Ualph W. Strovv , D , C. Simmons. P.
M. Camblln , Howard Jones , George 1) . Kirk ,
William Wertz , Aver.v H. .Smith , Warren
Hatchings , H , O. Avery , C. A. Hedges , J. L.
Slocutr , lalmm Keavis. E. II. Towlo , B , P.
Miles , David Spelccr , li C. 11111 and H. N.
Patterson.
The delegate * were not instructed.
Senrurii County Uelec tci.
uSBWAKD , Neb. . Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TimBKB. ] The republican county con-
vontion today was the most enthusiastic
and harmonious for years. Tno following
county ticket was nominated : Treasurer ,
J. O. Mulllngerj clerk , D. C. Work ; sheriff ,
O. V. Komy ; Judge , A. Hlllor ; superintend
ent , ICdwurd lloaly ; suryoyor. G. A. Kil
patricir ; coroner , Dr. H. H , Shultz. This
ticket U a winner and will ba elected.
Tbo following delegates wore chosen to the
state convention : D. J. Brown , Thomas Carr ,
H. N. Colman , IL T. Jouos. p. G. Simmons
G. W. Lowley , John Ohlwller , Thoinu Best ,
William Rodfortl , L. W. lUchmoud , F.iM.
Olmcry. 11. C llhoa1 , William Sm llcy nnd T ,
J. Woodward. The ft Mogul Ion was not In
structed , ' } h >
ll.YVUNOS HK'tillUllATS ' S1M.IT.
rrieniM of .Morton uu | | llrynn I'nlt to Agere
Iu Cnttcun.
HASTINGS , Oct. 2. iSppclal Telegram toTiiB
BBB. ] TIIO domocral pf the Second want mot
in cfiucus.thl.4 ovcnlngftnnd developed a largo
sized row , which thr.yitons to disrupt the
party or to cnuso It serious trouble In the
county convcntlonl"1 tomorrow. It was
known that n battleiroyal would bo waged
between the Morton faction , headed by A. S.
Campbell , tuiil Bryan s' forces , under Colonel
John Stevens' leadership. The CnmpboH-
lies won the preliminary skirmish by putting
Harry Dungan In the chair. A motion was
made that n committee of three bo up-
pointed to select delegates to the county con
vention nnd instantly the Stevens men began
to cry about "gag" rule nnd protested vigor
ously , but the chair declared thu motion car
ried. The committee reported the names of
twelve good Morton men. Stevens moved to
lay the report on the tnblo , but the ch.ilr
ruled him out of order nnd refined to eater-
tain an appeal. A motion to necept thu report -
port next made was put by tlio chnlr 'and
carried , 25 to 13.
"Move wo adjourn,1' ' yelled ono of the dele
gates , and the motion wai carried , or at
least so decided.
' Gentlemen , I would suggest that nil Who
bcllovo wo hava been robbed wait and we'll
soiul n double-header to the convention , "
said Stevens , but the crowd 111 oil out.
Slovens isn't done with the light yet , nnd a
lively tlmo Is promised for tomorrow.
ULOOMI.NOTON' , Nob. , Oct. 2. [ Special to
TUB BBE. ] The democratic county conven
tion was ho'id today. A straight ticket was
nominated , ns follows : Treasurer , M.
O'Mo.irg ; clerk. Dppuo Uotrlck ; judge . , J. . V.
Smith ; sheriff , Jnok Nclgly ; superintendent ,
W. E. Kwlne ; George' Enos , Dopuo Dotrlck
nnd T. P. Ashby , delegates to thostalo con-
vontion.
H \vanl County Democrats.
SnwAitu , Neb. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TIIK BHK.J Democrats today nominated
the following county ticicot : Treasurer , A.
W. Glbb : clerk , E. S. Potter ; Judge , V. II.
Miner ; sheriff , George Campbell ; superin
tendent. H. C. Carpenter ; coroner , O. W.
Doty. The following delegates were elected
to the slntu convention : W. M. McNeil , E.
C. Biggs , John Dolton , Simon Johnston , W.
E. Hltelilo , James Caldcr , C. L. Swartz , C.
W. Doty and J. B. Mitchell.
In Cms County.
EI.MWOOD , Nob. , Oot. 2. [ Special Tele
gram to THE BEE. ] The democratic county
convention was held at this plnco today ,
with Dr. H. E. Wallace chairman and
Charles Beach secretary. The following
ticltot t was nominated : Clerk , Jiuncs A.
Ueynolds ; sheriff , Joe Mullen ; treasurer ,
Fred ] Hermann ; superintendent of public
schools , Charles M. Skllcs ; recorder of
deeds , Charles Grimes ; coroner , John P.
Sattlur . ; judge , B , S. Hamsey ; surveyor ,
Fred Pattoi-son ; commisslo'uor Second dis
trict t , J. M. Stone. The following were
elected delegates to the state convention :
Guy ( Livingston , J. I. Corlcy , Thomas Wil-
burn I , G. W. Harshman , K. B. Myefs , C. W.
Sherman , W. Novell , John Gutchio , John ,
Murhpy , G. W. Towlo , Leo Oldham , Low
Follz j , F. Morgan , G. W. Veunor and G.
W. Snydor.
Administration t\Von In Kearney.
MINDK.V , Neb. , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram
to THE BEB. ] The Utnnocratio county con
vention for Kearnov county was held in this
city today. Forty-eight out of fifty-six delegates -
gates were present. " 'A full county ticket
was nominatodi Wi''T. McGinnls , E. L.
Lindsay and G. P. Kingsloy uro the dele
gates lo the state convention. Resolutions
were passed ctuiorsmg'tho administration of
Cleveland. A furtherf'resolution ' that the
delegation would uotjvpto for any resolution
In the state convention looking toward free
coinage of silver was adopted.
Divided the Honors In Johnson.
TBCUMSBU. Nob. , 'Opt. 2. [ Special Tele
gram to TniiBEE. | fl'tio democrats of John
son county held thclctconventlon ii | this city
this afternoon. Tho. Bryan democrats
being "the successful , participants in a
hard fight against tlid'iidtnlnistratlon demo
crats nt. the pritnnriesiSaturduy and being
largoly.lu the majority , run things.about to
suit themselves. Hcsofutio'rT'wero intro
duced bv Levi Overman endorsing the policy
of President Cleveland nnd his administra
tion , as advanced in his message to congress ,
and endorsing the action of thu house of rep
resentatives in the repeal of the Sherman
law.but were promptly tabled by an almost
unanimous vote. In making up their county
ticket they endorsed the independent candi
date for cleric nnd Judge and gave the re
maining honors to deserving ones of their
own ranks.
Hrymi's friends Defeated.
FUEMOST , Oct. 2. [ Special Telegram to
Tun UEB. ] The democratic primaries for
the election of delegates to the county con
vention that moots In this city tomorrow
passed off harmoniously , save in the First
word , where a controversy arose as to the
right of Architect Oliver Smith to vote In
that ward while living in the Fourth II
came near coming to a combat between him
and W. K. Wilson , who was his challenger.
Oliver , of course , is an administration man
ns ho draws SO per day as supervising archi
tect of the now government building , and
Mr. Wilson Is a warm friend of Mr. Bryan.
The administration carried the city by a
strong majority. Hon. John Thomson was
loft out in the cola , being badly defeated in
his own ward , where ho is very popular
probably because ho is an admirer of the
"silver-tongued representative. "
Independent ! Oppose ITuilnn.
HASTINGS , Oct. 3. [ Special to TUB BBE. ]
The independents of the city and count ;
hold their primaries to elect delegates to th
county nominating convention Saturday
night. In the city the delegates chosen ore nl
most unanimously anti-fusion , ana some of tin
county products arc the same way. The rumo
ailoat that the democrats will place a ful
ticket in the Held and then attempt to scar <
the independents into endorsing two or thrc
of the democratic slate has excited some o
the indopcndonts , nnd they say that u
surely as 11 motion is made to endorse two o
the democratic ticket It will bo followed b.
motions to endorse two of tbo republicai
and two of the prohibition ticket , and thoi
to appoint a committee to hunt up som
otlior party to endorse. The outlook fo
fusion Is not as encouraging us It was a wcok
a"go.Ono
Ono of the populists who has been on
dcavorlng to complete the fusion , In fact the
most prominent , was let out of his delega
tion Saturday night , and will have to watuh
the fray from tho.strangers' gallery.
Kudorsml In South Dakota.
Judge William A. Gardner of the Sovont
South Dakota district was In the city a fov
hours yesterday on his way homo from
Chicago. Judge Gardner has recently boon
complimented by tht ) 'rnpublicans of his dis
trict , bolng ronomlnutod for the bench 311
the lirst ballot by thViinanlmous vote of the
convention. Spcakfhg of the situation ,0E
Nebraska , Judge O'uVdncr said to a BEE
reporter : " '
"Wo have had Just' such a struggle In
South Dakota , buti'succcedod in roiiomi-
natlng the old benohv This was u dacidod
victory for thA people iu that Alalo and a
vindication of purity 'on the bench , I sin
cerely hope that Jurtgo Maxwell will bo j"
nomlnatod by the republicans of Nebraska ,
and in saying this livoico the yontlmentof
tbo bar and bench ofi thu northwest. Judge ;
Maxwell is cortalnlya prominent figure in
western Jurisnrudeuuc-r-a line lawyer , and
has dollvured soma > 'strong opinions. He is
an honor to his sU.to , and ills stuto can
poorly afford to retire ihlin from the service ;
of the public In thorcnpaclty in which he
has so lone and so wo\\ \ served the people. iuI
am sure that the entire bar of the west will
welcome the announcement that ho hai been
given tbo nomination ho so richly deserves. "
WILL HAVE TO COMPROMISE
Senator Mnnderson Declares that the Repeal
Bill Must Bo ModiGetl.
NOf LIKELY TO PASS FOR TiHEE WEEKS
Not In n I'onltlon to
Any Change * In the Toiler of till )
.Adinlnlstrntlon Concrrnliir
the Suljoct.
\VASIIIVOTON BUIIBAI ? OP Tun BBB ,
1)13 FOUIITKK.NTII StltRET.
WASIIINOTOX , Oct. 2.
"There will bo a compromise. The repeal
bill bofoto the ionato will bo amended and
ndopten. This may not como under two or
three weeks yet , but It Is the Inevitable
. result. It is almost ridiculous , to my mind ,
to talk about passing the bill in Its present
shape. "
This is what Senator Mandoison said to
TUB BEE correspondent this afternoon re
ferring to the outlook of * thn hill to uncon
ditionally repeal the silver purchasing act.
Senator Mnndcrson occupies a position on
the silver question which , taken in connec
tion with his experience and close personal
relations with senators upon both sides of
thu subject , enables him to express an
opinion especially valuable.
'It is not true , " said Senator Mandorson ,
'Hint , na has been announced In the Now
YorK newspapers , 1 have been busying my
self on the republican side of the senate to
secure a compromise.If there Is to bo u
compromise it must lirst meet the approval
of President Cleveland and then bo sub
mitted on the democratic side of the house.
What I have said about compromise was to
democratic senators.
Muni Ho .Muna-jml by Democrats.
' 'It will bo In especially bad tnato for re
publicans to sock u compromise. Congress
wus called together In extraordinary session
by n democratic president to unconditionally
repeal the silver law , and ho has at his back
u decisive minority In both branches of the
national legislature. The conduct of this
bill is by democrats , and whatever Its fate
may bo it will bo duo to domocratio manage
ment. Therefore , any compromise must be
presented to the semite on the democratic
side of the chamber. Individually , I favor a
compromise. \\ould provide for the adop
tion ot n bill repealing the purclmslng clause
ot the Sherman net and tit the same tlmo
creating a law which would enable the sec
retary of the treasury , at his discretion , to
sell bonds for the purpose of replenishing or
increasing tlio gold reserve. The bill would
nlso provldo for the coinage of 50,000,000
or 00,000,000 ounces of silver solgnorage in
the treasury into subsidiary money. The
bill would nlso provldo for the purchase of
200,000,000 or 00 , < KM ) , < H)0 ) ounces more of silver
bullion as n commercial commodity nnd to be
represented by the issuance of certificates.
But there should be a definite tlmo llxed ,
and that not very far olsuuit , when the pur-
clmso ot , silver by the government , for any
purpose whatever , would stop. "
This' proposition of Senator Mandorson's
meets with much favor.
Omaha' * IVntofllco.
Senator Mnndcrson nnd Representative
Mercer called today upon Secretary
Carlisle atd ( a conference ensued in
which a final determination of the
Omaha federal building question was
reached. .Both , of the Nebraska representa
tives stated to the secretary that
they desired granite used iu tlio
superstructure and the contract to be
awarded at the earliest possible day.
Secretary Carlisle said ho had como to the
conclusion , after consulting with Supervis
ing Architect O'Kourko. that it xvould bo
better , even though the appropriation would
not r.dmltof dressing nnd carvimr the gruti-
ito , to do that work after the mater
ial was - t.put' in the wall and
to use it in the rough. This agreed upon ,
the secretary said howould see Architect
O'Kourko , and that the contract would bo
awarded this week. The contract , ho said ,
would i'o lo Drexel & Son of Omaha , whoso
bid on granito' was the lowest. Colorado
pink granite will bo used instead of Minnesota
seta granite , as the Colorado product is
the lighter in color and handsomer.
Smith Dakota's fish Hatchery.
Senator Pottigrcw today made inquiry nt
the headquarters of the fish commission
about the anticipated report which is to be
made upon the Investigation into the feasi
bility of establishing a fish hatchery in the
region of Hot Springs or Spearflsh , S. D.
The senator secured an appropriation of
$1,000 , in Iho last congress for the purpose of
makine an investigation with the view to
hatching lish In southwestern South Dakota
and supplying the streams thereabouts and
the investigation was completed some time
ago.
ago.Ho was informed today that the attache
of the commission who made the investiga
tion -was now In Tennessee and would not
return fo the city under some weeks. Ho
also learned that the report upon the South
Dakota investigation will bo. made to con
gress some tlmo this winter , together with
the , result of other kindred investigations.
Senator Pottigrow is confident that the fish
commission will recommend the establish
ment of 'a fish hatcticry either at Hot
Springs or Spoarilsh , where the conditions
are favorable , and when the report is made
to congress ho intends to make an effort to
secure an appropriation for the work.
The senator hits taken a keen interest in
the question of supplying the rivers und
lakes of the great northwest with fish , and
ho sees no reason why South Dakota streams
and lakes should not also be supplied by the
government , and with this object the estab
lishment of n fish hatchery iu thuBlackiliills
will bo u great convenience and saving of
tlmo and oxponses. The question is ono < of
great interest to northern Nebraska , as that
section would have Its water.courses sup
plied with fish from the South Dakota hatch-
ery.
MliaellnneoiK.
The comptroller of the currency has been
ad vlsea that no assistant cashier of the First
National bank of Crete will bo selected in
plnco of B. C. Spirk.
The comptroller has approved the First
National bank of Lincoln us reserve agent of
the First National bank of Kearney , and the
Merchants National of Omulm ns reserve
agent of the National bank of Ashland , Nob. ,
and the Helena National at Helena. Mont. ;
also the Merchants National of St. Paul for
the Iowa htato National of Sioux City. .
J. T. Brown was toaay appointed post
master at Edmunds , Promont county , Idaho.
Secretary Carlisle hus appointed Alfred E.
Hogers , known throughout Wyoming and
Montana , to be a Chinese Inspector ,
Mrs. J. W , Jones and Miss Jones of Blackfoot -
foot , Idaho , are at the Klggs.
Mrs. M. H. McConuell of Lincoln is nt Wil-
lards. Pi'.miv S. HBATH ,
Cure Indigestion and biliousness with Do
Witt's Little Early Klscrs.
JiidRinont Ag in i I'lil udrlplilii.
PiTTiiiiuun , Oct. 2. In the case of the state
ngainst the county and city of Philadelphia
as to whether John Bnrdsloy was an officer
of tlio state or city , the supreme court do.
cidcd today that ho was the agent of the
city. Judgment was therefore entered
iigainst the city for $1,031,000. The question
was on the payment of a tax on loans. The
whole amount was paid to John Bardsley ,
city treasurer , and was by him embezzled.
Pills that euro sick headache : UaWitt's
Little Early Kisers ,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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