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ESTABLISHED JUNE 19 , 1871 , OMAHA , WEDNESDAY MOUSING , GOTO HE ilI , 18l)3. ) SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. PENA'SWARISOVER Argentina HovolutionisU Are Surrendering Unconditionally on Every Hand. REVOLT IN THE NAVY QUICKLY QUELLED Leaders of the Movement Oaptured Almost at the Very Outset. WILL COLONIZE THE RABID IWDICVLS Opponents of the Government to Bo Sent to Ticrra del Fueeo ; , TROUBLE IN BRAZIL SPREADING FAST itlnut l' Ixmo llncoinlnc Popnlnr III thn Coiintrj Outmilo < r Ilio Mitllo'it ( Mima ( liiltiniK .Mmiy Jlllllimitllll AltrMlOllli \Cnpm \ I'jMfl " " ' 'I1' " " ' * " ' " ' ' " ' ' " " 'I'- ' ! lltii'Ans Auirs , Aigentlna ( via Galvcstou , Tex. ) , Oct. -By [ Mexican Cable to the NewYoik Hoiald-Speel.il to Tin : BKR 1 The govctnmont is rapidly training the ninstery of the Insuigents , who aio being Biippiessed at tlie different points vvhcie , until iccentlv , their movements xvcto con- duoted with fotmldablo vigor The icvo- lutlonlsts In Hosaiio have inado an uncon ditional suiiendei of iho city lo iho govern ment , and reports give infotmitton tint the Insuigents .u e being supptessed tinough- out Santa To These gains on tlio part of the govoiiiincnt h ivo not boon effected with out llglitlni , ' 'I'lieio Irivo been sovoialh.ini lights , In which the i evolutionists have been defeated 'I ho torpedo bo its Mutatuie and No 7 , with their ctows , revolted and thought they would bo followed bi thu entile squadton VVhi'Mt i ; | ilnuVn * TuUcn. The Nuovodo Julio the lu'xvoiuisor vxhlch participated in the New Yotk nival icview , opened Ihe on the Muratino , slightly dam aging the boil and wounding soxoialoftho ctoxx'I ho Muiaturo was then sui loudened . Toipcdo boat No 7 ran axx.ii to Coloma , iv I'oro Iheciexv abandoiud her. Colonel nsplna and twent.v members of tlio ladieal patty weio on the Mmatuio when she was captuted by the Nuevc do Julio , and they weio hold as pusoncis abo.nd the cruiser. Tlie sentence of death piononnced on Colonel Hsplni by a comt maitlal has been told in the Herald Chiefs Irigojon nnd Pctocta of the ladicals fled to Moiile- vldeo , The leadeis of the levolutlon in Tu- cuman have been tluov.n into piisonand their soldleis aio also in jail. The executive asked the senate for power to put Senator Alem m J ill. This authut ity was gianlcd and the man has been placed behind tno bais Ho wasairestcd iestcrdaj hi Kosirlo by General Koca Cailos Pollegunl will bo sent toltosirio to iniUiiu ] into the details of Alom's capture , nnd the govcinmont will then decide vxhcio his trial shall bo held. Tlio gunboat Maipii has arlvcd bcio with the duel icxottcrs against the junta In Santa Fe. rtmlumt ( julukl ) Kfciipturcil The gunboat Andes at Baico Cliica joiiiPd 'tho i evolutionists and started for Hosnlo The torpedo bo it 1'spii.i was sent up the river with otdcns to sintc'or tike the Hist named vessel , hut xt hen the Andes an hod near Kosnrio she was attacked bi the Kspara Indopondencia , and In the fight , many of the crew of the gunoo.it woio hilled , while the vessel was also damaged by the Hhots fiom the Hspaia Indopondencia The captain of tlio Andes and her ciow lied to the shoie , nbindoning their craft Fedeial tioops aio tngigcd in dis liming the insutgonis in sovoi.il states and ate meeting xxlth little icsistanco. 'J'ho govcinmont haB"uppiPsscd a Geiman newspaper hoic A phi Is under consideration by the gov- oinnicnt to Iranspott all Iho radio il pus- oners lo the Island of Ten a del Tnego lo form a colonj ihcre I't'riivliin rcilttli . LIMA , Peru ( vi i Galveston , Tux ) , Oct. a , -By [ Mexican Cable to the Kow York Her ald Special to J'IIK Brt'Tho | ex-min isters of llnance win are itci used ol com plicity in the f lauds which it is alleged have been practiced In tlio public oflleos , have /been summoned to appear luifoto thn com- \t \ mission appointed bi coiiRiess to Invogtigalo tbo matter Deputy Hamus Paihoca has tovived Ihe accusation founeilv brought .istiinst ox- Pi osldent Caiuetes A bill has been submitted by the Pit iiiihor of iJopiitios authorizing the binks lu Iss4io notes payable In gold , lotalnlng on dopuslt a BUIII equal to DO per cent of llteir capit il , of | i which-10 com musi be ' per gold. 'JO pop cent in silver and 40 per cent in bonds of the In tel mil levonuo debt , n\ Itrvnlt Atiilnut I'i'liiili ) llrriiiiilui ; I'upiitai in IvusiiTii mill siuiiliiifii Urii/ll | Cntu''lf | | / ' < J.Wl J liuJi'mn aD/nIn i llfiinrll. ] MOSICVIIIEO , Uruguiy ( vli Gilveston , Tex ) , Oot. ! -fBy Mexican Cable to thu Noxv Vork Hoiald Special to PUR iiii : . ] Kow a has icachcd this citj tliat the state of Parana , in Brazil , has declined agalnsi Pi esident Pelxoto , whose assumption of the jioxvors of a dictator has aroused opposi j tion throughout the counti.x as well as in Hio do Janeiro , xx hoio an upiUing of thu people has been imminent for some time. Congress has closed Us sittings in Hio do Janeiro , whoio the situation Is bouiiv becom ing moio ctitlcal , with Mollo's robot fleet In IrV * the harbor , a imuaudlng fmco of t loops under Peixoto in thu citi , and gioujin , ' ills content among the inhabitants , who icsont the aibllrary com so of the piesldont ' 1 he \xarahlps Kepubllca and Pallas hold the Pint of Dcstciro in bantu Cata- rlna , towaid which phuo aftoi a btief bonib\idxnent \ of Santos live ot the lebel vexsels si'lled to establish Mello's headquar ters. The entho state of Santa Cataiin.i hub dcelared In favurof the lovoltitjonlsts This action , combined with the recent vie- tones along the Hio Giande do Sul frontier , has given InsTcasod animation to the tevolu- tlonury movement. No act ho part In affairs has been taken by the Brazilian siiuadrou in tlicupjiorUiuguai river , and it still remains neutral. Ilurhotu r > ir l'r \ i liiii il I'rnlilriit. Il Is piobablo that Senator Huy Darbosi , \vho is noxv in this city , will be culled to DesKrroto ass'iiuo the post of piesuicnt of the provisional government , which will be upheld tiy thi ) cunstimtli grow ing element that ic hostile to Pulxoto. The Brazilian crtiUer Baliia passed hero jcstord * ) ' afternoon ou Its way north to Join Mello's squadron , of which It will form n part. T'clxoto has Issued a manifesto dcchrlng ho will not resign , hut will lotaln the oftlco of president and continue to fight it out as long as ho can contiol. the " > , UOU troops now under his command. Tlio cities of Itaqula and Oimhl In Hio Oramlo do Sul are in the power of the i evolutionists lutionists , who nio conducting aciivo opera tions from these points. H ige , Vaguara and other f ion tier towns have been abandoned hi Castllho's troops , which have beer , con centrated to defend 1'clot.is mid 1'oito Alrgro 'Iho Brizlltan consul In this city lofuscs to dispatch any vessels fiom hero to any ports in UraMl. ItlHliinrrk'H C'lirMlltliin Crlllril. Bi HI.IS , Oet. 8 A tulfgiain fiom ilreslau savs a report has i cached tlictu Irom Klsson- tren that Prince Blsmaick's condition is such th.it U Is doubtful If ho ever will leave thcic alive. rioitr Tin : HIM. / % i * Intrrestlnp ; IOKI ! Coinpllciitlmis Oxer thn Slum ( IM \ Nnrtlu rn. Sioux CITT , Oet 'I ( .Special Telcgiam to Tin : Bi K ] The application fora lecoivur for the Sioux. City \ , Noi tliei n 10 ul came up In the United States court todai. Gatcli , Connor it Weaver of DCS Molucs r.ppencd for the Aldiihnttan l o.ui and Ti ust compan.v , whicli applied for the teceiver , and Judge llongliofSt Ixiuis and J C Coombs of Bos ton for tlio ciedilots. Mr Coombs In his aigumcnt openlv clritged that Kennedy , Todd & Co and the Cic ! it Xnitliein and J J Hill Interests had conspired togetl er to xxteck the compmv and tluuvx lite pi op en tto the Not thin n Ho stated that Hr > ( )00 ) of Inteiest i.tmo duo on the $1 MXI.IHHJ loin of Kennedi , Todd \ , Co Jnli 1'J , that he seemed an extension of time to .September ! W and then tcndeicd the Interest but that Todd lolused to lake it and infotmed him that he vx.isa slockholdei in Hilt's tout , tlio ( < ie.it .Noi them , and that the Noitliein held fiK,0K ( ) ( ) of tin- loan Cashier Stoddirt of the Third National of St I ouls , seetolai'i of tlio cicditois' oigan- /Ulon and XTIIO teptvsents JsUO.OOO of the cliims agimst the com- | ) in.v , held in St Louis , substanti ited xx hat Mr Coombs said The ctedttois said thoi thought ft host to have a icceiver , in vioxv of the fact th it tlie 10 id Is noxv In the hands of the Great Northsin , to pioteet them against the conspiracy , and Inter- xened only to proxent Kennedy , Todd & Co , the Manhattan Tt ust comp in ) 01 the Gie it Not thorn from naming the teceivei , honing that an Imputial icceiver will bo nanii'd Judge Shlras took the mattei under advise ment Dcol.irml Uni oust itutloniil Dr-t Moi.srs , Oet y [ Special Telegram to Tnu Hnu. | Tito last session of the legis lature passed a 1 ixv authotl/ing the cication of boatdsof pirk coniiiiissioneis in cities of the lirst class Piitsuant lo that law the volets of IJes Moincs , al Ihc icgular cit.v election in Apnl , is'.leleete ' I such a boatd 'Iho boud vx'is org.mi/cd and pioceeded to ccittfv a tax of 1 mill on tlie dollar topij tlio inteiest on 1.100 ( WO of citpirk \ bonds , which It ptoposcd to sell foi tlie put nose of puichasing a number of puks 'Iho p irks xvero selected , but their pin chu.se xvas enjoined on a suit b.v J. M Orvis to lostiain the commissionots on thoRiouud that their acts xxeic. unconsti tutional. The supiomo com t of the state toJ ij tiled a decision icvetoinjr tliedoctition of tnc loxxct coin t and lioldtnglh.it thoctealton of a puK distiict for the pitiposodocs not xxaii.int tlie issuance of bonds , being an invasion ot the constitutionptoxlslon ! limiting indebted- noss. The comt savs "Thoie is no phase of the case upon xxliich all can --ust.iiii tlie conclusion tint thoie is a now iiiuntcipil corporation bv viitue of xxliich the bonds ami indebtedness , in excess of the constitu tional limit.upon the citi of Dos Mollies aio valid A dec rco should be enteted teati.iin- ing Hie sale of Iho bonds or thu levi ot a lifer \ for the payment of ii.tcicst theieon " Iluntlni ; U'IIilun'4 Xlui < leior. Mvsos Cm , In , Get. -Special [ 'lele- KiMintoTuu Bni-Nelllier | of the thteo men now under ariest , suspected of tlie mur der of Policeman O'Btlon. is the parii xxanted. The eliief of the Chuago , Milxxau- Keo\.St Paul toad ana iwo spool il detec tives fiom Chicago aimed tills mottling aud the case has boon given oven to them The murdetor xxas about six feet tall , slim , uailc mustache , s with bcaid about two xxecks old. Hoxxorea liglit , shoit ovoico.it and slouch hat Dinlh ufaii Ion > VrtiMiin. Mxivriiv , IT , Oet 8 [ Special to 'I in- IlBi'J Williim H. Wilson died at his tiomo in this city last evening , aged T4 yens Hohas lived in the iionhonst part of this ( Mills ) countv for foitv joits , and xxas evorv xvheto known as ' Uni lo Billv " Ho owned ovot 100 notes of the iinuv.ili'd soil of Mills countv and had moved to Mai xeinoulv a moinh ago to give his ioungoi chiidien bettor school advantages ! ( > . ! Jlott'l Illlllllll. ON xxx \ . la , Oet .1 [ S | cct il Telogiain to THIS Bui ; 1 Hotel Iowa , bettor known as the Walton house situated on Middle nioid- ivav near the depot , binned at 1 o'cloi > c thn nioinlnir > 'liio tlio xxasimlei fuliluidwu. u lieu discoveiod and the iiuidlotd and fuosts xxero ohlid od to got out the second stor.x xclndinxa In Older to > ivo themselves 'I ho loss is about $ -.r ! > 00 Mlprem * ( inn i In t Ulnim. UBS MUIM'I , Oet " bpei lal 'Jelcvtiani to .Tin : Hi i : ) bupiemo court decisions State against Joshua Bun ; , appellant. Divis district , anirmcd ; htato , anpciliiit , ag.ilnst Hli/ihetli B ( ic'gnor and John ( ijgnor , Mo bask t dlsulct , allliuuil , htato .if..ilu.sl Ulchaid Luilhun , iipjicil int. L iss dlsliict. lovotsed Statci ngaiiiht Cli.uliM McGl.r.sen , appellant , Mohasioi district , lexcisw'd. VlllKllUI'll ll > IIIKIIXI.IJ Illl'll. buiuvCirv. Oi-t 2 [ Spj.'lil Telo-'iim to Tnr 15uj - .Iiiliu Hiuiicr , an old tesiiieiit and engineer at the cleetilc atieet cir poxxci house , vxas shut and Killed at ! > o'cloi1 ; tonight at thu coiner of hi.stn and Water sliiets bv highxvaintun Uu losiotel In thuii attempt to hold him up Thei-j is no clew to the identity of the murdeieis. Sumll lint Hur SritiM.s , S I ) . OU. ! l - [ bpoel.il Tele- giant to TUB HEPTiro ] vestcrdav do stioicd thiee fiamu hiilhlins on ChU'ico ; avenue , occupied bv Itxinor's ionfe' > .iioiier.v Mote itiitl Ch.iusso X Kiuihle'a sjloni ( ioo'd work of tlio tlroincn saved adjoining build ings J jiss w ill ai/b'i cgate about } . ' "ilk ) , , \ UJi no insuuineu oxoepi fiM on Ki luc-r's c oi-.i in Ttaders union of Chicago Dviume of u I'orinri Vi ImiKk in , OKI iticiis , S I ) , Oct. ! l i.Sppcial toTiu : BEE J William MoUonaid , aged < " . , who moved from Kutton , Neb , to a farm near this place about two ioara ago , dicit S night from the effects of a bioken leg. xxliich was caused a week ago by a tjiiii re coiling when aicidentall.v dlschaigod. uf Oican sitiuupi * OvKilioi ; l At Southampton AuivcdHatcl , from Noxv York At MovIlio Atilvcil Putncsld , fiom Noxv Yoik , At OuceiiBtoxxn At lived 'leutonli , fiom Nexv v " ' > > m Vnrk ix ; < liuiici , ( tuotulloni. NKW YOIIK , Oot. -Spqcial ( 'lelogrnin toTiiK BBI : . | -i\i'hiuigo ; was ijuotfd as inA lows ; Chicagodloxv ut T.Vpiomlinn ; Boston , ITfiilSo Uiscount per 1 , ( > IXJ ; St IAJHU , Tf-e promluni , - * - KnglUli Mliiuro" Snlkn full ii incr. Losnov , Oet 8 Ills estimated 'AOOO of thu coal mlneis who huxe beeu ou a strike have now gouu to woik. TAKING ADVANTAGE OF AGE Senator Palmer Docs Not Like the Tactics of the Silver Senators. ARE MAKING IT A TEST OF ENDURANCE Unkind Method * ( Tied by tlin Opponents of Ilcpc.tl to Oefc.it thu PIIMIIRU of thut Men mi re Ymtcrdii ) ' Debate IfiMMO Vr Oet 3A novel amendment to tlie bill lepeiling the purchasing act of IS'.K ) , was .submitted in the senate today by Senator Motgan of Alabama. It pioposes the te eniettncnt of the free coinage not of liiirr , , and the i omission of'JO per cent of | taiiff ; duties to thoconntiies which iccclvo Ameiiian stimlard dollars . ( of the present vxigiinnd \ | llneiicss ) at paras legal tender money. Thu deb ito on the repeal bill xxas con tinued by Senatots Uolph of Oregon and Palmer of Illinois In advocacy of the bill , hi Mr Power of Montani against the bill. When the fall of the vice ptnsldunt's gavel announced the senate to have mot this morning tltete were only a few lepublicans in the chamber and not a democt.it 'visible. The lack of a quotum xx at cilled to the attention of the ciialr and after a doliyof fifteen minutes a quorum was obtained and the icgular business was continued The vice president laid bcfoto the sen ito a communication fiom tl.e secio- tan ot the trcasurv giving a detailed slate incut of tlio exports of silver for the months of Julj and August Mr. Dubols introduced a bill enabling the states of Califoinit , Colorado , Montana and Idaho to suppoi t stale schools of mines. Mr Motgan ofleied an amendment to the house hill No. 1 , the Wilson bill , doclaung the aet of Januai'v 18 , Ib37 , to bo in force. Tlio bill to iepc.il the Slienn in law vxas then laid befoio the Benatoand Mi. White of Califotnia . said he had J\amlncdcaiofully _ the Bankers' Maga/ine of August 1ST ! ! , and found the statements made hi Mr. bhcumm ycstciday concerning a ceitain aiticle in th.it magazine to bo certect , and Hint his quot.i- lion from the publication xvas erioneous Mr. White also read from the Congiession.il liecutd to show that the statement as he had Kixcn it vx as made as earlv as lb ? Dolpli liiltts liir Itrpcil , Mr Uolph took the floor and continued his speech In suppott of the lopoal bill IIo quoted from the message of Piesident Cleve land ot 13" > urging the discountenancing of the put chase and coinage of silver Tlie Bland Allison act Mr IXilph eh u ictoiUod as as stioug an arguhient against the use of silver as he was able to oiler , and sam ho had lead it for the purpose of shoxxinir that democrats who adioeated the letentlon of the bheiman act are notinaccoid xxith then pattv leadeis Ho du jlutcd that tlio success of the democratic parti with such a candi date and such a plallonu xv.is abundant evi dence of the lact tli it the people did not ue- Ktic to contiuuo the cointge of silver under the existing conditions. Mi Teller nueuupted Mr Dolpli to ask him xx hut eh nice he thought there was of scenting any recognition of sihoi undci the administiation of a pi esident who holds the views oxptessed bv Air. Cleveland. To this Mr Dolpli replied th.it he did not expect tlieio vxould bo an.x legislation eonceiuing silvei undet tlio piesentadniliiistration with the coinlUions lemalnitig as at piesent He did not knoxx of any single utter ance of Mr. Cleveland that implied be had chanced in his opposition to the further puichase of silver and coinage of silver dollars. Ho did not expect to secure anv legislation without inlet nation il agree ment Mr Dolph quoted the statement that minoiities aio i.idical and majoiities con servative , xvhich , ho slid , illustiales the ohanfeo of the demociatic pat ty since It had come into poxxer. When tno dcmociatie puti xxas in the tuinoiiti it could afloid to faxor free coinage , but now thatit had a ma- ! , had become consetvatlvo on tills stibjei t. _ Olttxolii'HlN Virus. Mr Teller aslted Mr IJolph if lie had aiii ic.isoii lo suppose that tlio piesident hid taken any steps looking to secure the help of othei nations in the inteiest of silver Mr Uolph replied ho xxas not acqutiiitod xxlth the plans of the administialion , but ho had no leason to suppose that the pi esident xx.is not noxx. as formeili , fnendli to the piojoot fet an international agreement. He could not doubt Mr Cleveland's good faith u hen he states that ho desncs such an airinge- meni Many believe the repeil of the bheiman act would hasten an agreement with othei nations and it was possible Mr Cleveland intent onteitaln this view. Mr Palmer took thosuno view , and xvhllo disclaiming any autlioiity to icptcs > nt tno pic'Miicnt , lie had no doubl that the piosl- doul i ( ' [ raided it as essential that the United State's should > letoiiinne its own policy xxith lofenciRO to hllxer befoie inxiting othei na tions to confer upon the ii.nttoi 'Ilio HiusselB monetar.x confcicnio xxas bionrht into the din. ussioit and Mr Allison , icpuhllc in , of loxva v.hovIH ono of the delegates lo th it < onfotenioe , said that while imarlt all ilio delegates fuxoicd the utlli/a- tlun ol gold and silver , ihe.x weio not to id.v to adopt the loln.igoof silxer In their oxxn i iimn'ilos flo denied that the lonfoiento uljoutnid xx iilimit action It adjnuiiiud I lot the loasons wl.iih lie had stated m his lomaiks sjme Uaj.s situ e , nnd Kmopean lountilcs noxv expcclfd Ih it the confeienco \\ould icconxone Mr Al'lsou s lid that the eonfetoliie had In on postponed fiom thoJiUlli of Max until Nox-omh-r lot ictsons which lie had not understood Instead ol Hutupean i iroxt'iiiinonts not bung inlotcstod in tie | question , thoio Is not a Hmopean gov- 01 nment which h not wati Iting e\ei > stop , ovu.v niovmniiit taken in this eotmtr.v 'Ihoso tummies woio hoping this govein- menl woild get thorn out of Iheii dilemma w uhoul t'us ' < uunti v loiin Its gold and tak ing the whole bmdou of silvot upju itself. I'unvr O | > | HWH the IMII. Mi Power , topiibllcan , of Montana , then addic'sscMJ tiie son ito In opposition to tlie hill Mr Poxxer E > ltd ilio tenet of tlie stiver faith to xvhich Us advocates clung was "fico coinage alihoiatlo ef lit to 1 , " or at least Mich Ugl-d.uion un Hint basts as would icitoio sllvoi to its fntiner pl.tco xx 1th gold as the miine.v of the constitution That was tiie F.hlbbo'.cih of the friends of silver and on that they put UHMiiBelca upon the coun- tri. " Mr Palmoi , deinoci.it , of Illinois , then addiesscd thu senate Confess hud been In session eight weeks ho sud , and it had become a very Intelcstlnu' inipiiii whether the senate would at aii.v tinio dispose ol tlie question now befoio it Tlieio w.is givat uiiNloti In Hie louutiv that thu debate should end some time , nud tli.it the senate should dispose of the Important legislation beloio it A euolul uxamination of iho rules of the sinato failed to disclose nnj means l > i xxlildi Hie senate tould govein itself And , on the other hand , there was an intimation from 'the op ponents of iopo.il that they vvoidd like to oo boit'obodi test the quemioit of the lights which Ilio.\ \ claim Such a cun test he did not contemplate .vim ple.tsuio A contest jf phi steal eudutancu niidu no allow anoo for ago ot helplessness In such a contest , when his ancient fiieud Horn Veiinpnt ( Mr Moiililjaiulhlinsc'lf , almost us aniiont , [ laughtoi eucountcned the Juve nilu bCiutur fiom Nevada ( Mr hleuail ) , hui0'htcT ] Mr. i'li'mor ' IIOIKH ) jho.x xxuuld Iw allowed to nho eh impious to sit In tiicu scats and staive in theirste id II , un ( HIIIIIII Sftl I (111 ( I'llll. Mr I'almct said he lould sto no end to Mi discussion nud kmm ol no method bvxbl > h 11 could bo tei minated , ' 1 tie senate oiignl to act and it ought to vote , " bald Mr , Palmer , and then ho proceeded with nn argument In fnvorofrcpe.il ' Continuing , ho asked : ' 'NVh.y should the senate not bo allowed to not ! If the seriate has no poxver to govern itv f , no power to icgistcr its decision when it lias i cached n conclusion ; If it bo a mere Itnpotcnt bedi , It is an nboitlon The time w 111 iomi when the con nt 1,1 , will nisl'it that the senate sh ill , in thu Interest of law and right and In the oNcrelso of Its cieat power , declire In seine xvai or another that it will govem itself : that when the Judgment of the majoritj is ma lined that m.ijoilty sh ill be permitted tc register Its determination " Mr Teller , republican , of Colondo In quired whether tlie senate had not been able to mike nil neccs aii laws up to the ntoscnt time. Mr. Palmer thought'perhaps It bad , but ho confessed standing In thu presence of the senate tint he xvas astonished to Ilnd that it xxas impotent. Mr. Uubois rcpubllc.iA , of Idaho thotiffht that xx 'icnexor ' tlieio vvah a strong senllmcnt liSI tliecounlri In favor of anv measures the spttato would icspoml. but the senator from Illinois Unew us well as ho did that the senate - ate did not want to pass the inuondltional icpealblll "I honcstlv bulievo , " said Mr. Dubols i : , "thcio aio not ton .onatoi heic who are desirous of pnsslng the uncondi tional iepe.il bill If theto xxas a strong sentiment heio thci would pass iT 'I hoie is u manufactured sentiment on the outside , but it does not exist heio " .Iiiit Want n Clmncu tn Vote. "If thosetiatorftom Idaho and thosovxhem ho tepiesents , " said Mr. Vooi bees , cainestli , "will glxous a ch.mce tovoto wevviilaiiswor Iho question vvhotlter thcro are ten. or four or live times ton senators , who will vote for the unco.idltlon.il repeal of the Sherman net " "I will sav to thu sonitor from Indlinn , " lopllod Mr Utibolsdellintly , , "tb.itiouliavo power to icsort to anv end you see lit , but the minute vouundciiako to icsort to un usual mcisutes It will but demonstrate boxv futile It is to endeavor to pass the uncondlu tlonal iopc.il bill " " 1 onlvwish 1 Imd tlio power to icsoit to moasutos to compel a vote , " said Mr Voor- hcesMr Mr Palmer said If the people of Illinois had been as xx ise as those of Idaho , inste id of electing a man piottv vvejl vxoin out they would haxe chosen some rigntous , atlilctic voung , man , who xxould stirvo the senator fiom Idaho to dcith [ Lavghtor ) ] Mr Palmer icg.irded the docl iratlon of Mr Utibols as an appeal to the barbarism of tlie senate "Is it ' , of tj'ito as n matter con stitutional law , " Mr. Palmer asked , "or is it consistent with the natmo of this body that the onli ultimate menus'of securing a vote is tltit wo shall quiotli announce tli.it we ate engaged in the great business of sittmir each other oil ? Aie wo to , h wo beds and food btought In , with an occasional bitof to- fieshment of some other name and ch irac- tct ? [ Hahaij Is that to J > othe teinnun- tlon of a cre.it intellccUnl smipglo ? " "Seriously , " eontinui'd Mri Palmnr , "It is a vety seiioua thing , and I protest that the time w ill come , and It is very nc ir , xx lio-i the sensible men of the oountjryxvili sav th it the senate must adopt j > omp law by which it can govetn itself " S After a short executive session the senate a-IJoiiined. j I.N rui : nou. ic. Anotlinr Dnj'a Drlmtit nil the i Tcdrr.il iioo- ttnriH Ulll. F 'WASHINGTON , Oct. a The deb ito on the elections bill today only showed one ilash of interest when Murtai , the * South Carolina negto lopiesentatlve. hvtcmigntcd Kilo of Mississippi , Boutcllo of Mumo. suppoi ted the colored man and.between them they foiccd the Mlssissipptan to appeal to the er to prevent furtjior intcrruptiona. Tlieroi.il feature oftho , justbofoto adjournment vvjhen the altondf ance ! had dwindled down to n handful of members Air. Duuphy , asked unanimous consent to consider the Now York and Now Jersey bill Mr.Odvvitt Warner , although ho refrained fiom objecting , made a vicious speech against the bill. It is the bill vvhioh Senator Hill tried ' to pass in the senile after midnight on tlio ' night of the last session of congtess Mr. Warner questioned the good faith of the corporation to which the charter was to' b3 planted , even going so far as to intimate that It was to ho given a monopoly for ton icats in.otdcr to potmit It to blackmail some company that honestly desired toenecta budge. When the vote was taken ho mmio the point of no quorum and the attempt to i.iilroid thu bill thiotigh a descried house vxas hustiated. Mormon Church' ninpertjr. B''foie Ihe debite on thoiolcctions bill xvas resumed this morning , Mr. ' Bailey of the Jndiciari committee rojioited favoiablv Mr Uavvllns' 1)111 ) piovlding fonthc disposition of the pioporty in the hands of the lecoiver of the Chinch of Jesus Chi 1st of Latter Day SaintE , valued at * r > ( ) ,0i)0yand ) allowing Us application to tlie charitable purposes of said chinch. Mr Northway , who reprcsciils the old Gail'eld ' dlsttict In Ohio , opc'iicd tlio debate on the opposition to the measino lie do- elated that he nhvnjs had sympathy for tlio undut dog in the tight. In this connection iho clnncli w.is the under dog , Addtesslng himself to the federal elections bill , Mr Notthwai ptoceedcd to inveigh against the poisonous doetilno of "st ito- ilghts , " xxliich. he slid , stoou like a spcctei behind Iho bill He maintained thru when ever ( .ongicss and the states had equal power to aet it , , as the ditty of congress to sponk and its voice should no paramount Kofeiiing to . ' ,11 Pattersoh's frank avoxval a few dais ago. Noi thvvay said It lemindal him of the mutdeior who hud appealed for loniuney on the ground that ho had not an ticipated the terrible punishment "Wli.v did von not loiiHldortho consequences he/oio vou hioiight nn th it awful war ? " asked Mr. Northxxai , nddiossin ; : the democrats. "The icpublican p.uty could not shiilc its duty. U vx is bound to ptotcctthe slaves whom it hid freed bi four ieais of stilfq. " Tin ; ISiitliorml Mr. Kjlc. Mi Ivylo of Mississippi followed in ad- voc.ici of the bill He said Mississippi was thu Hist stale to adopt thoAustialian voting s\stem , and icvlexved th * election laws of Ohio and Nebraska and | other northern states , Mr Murt.ii wanted to hpow whether Mr. IC.vle.did not believe in , n Kpublle.in foi in of govoinmont. "Manhood , " jhp said , ' jhonld bo the test of BtifTrago , asitlto ballot Is the only weapon a poor man.hoO' . [ Mr Bontnllo sltouldcroQ bis way into the arent , sajlnv , "I trust the gentleman xxill answer. Thu colored mnn futpd his question again * I I aiiswetoJ. " sild Mr. Kyle , ' 'xvithout Itiiowing t x iclli xx hat joti meant n.v man liood " ' ' A man 21 .veais of ago. ' ' ! [ Ivnigliter.1 "My answer then , " lojorted Mr , Kilo Kit iking his desk uith his , | u > t , "Is containud in the constitution of my Mlsslsalpul , which 1 have sw 01 n to support " I "How about thuoiiEtltitIon | of the tJnitol States ? " shouted Mr , BouUsllo. "You also tool' an oath to support tl4 - " "I'll suppoi l tint too , put what lias that pot to do wlih lit" | "Uvcr.v thing , when uiom. ' cra of congress iir-j to bo eloeto 1 , " jupllct ] lr , lioutello. APIIUILM | | lur l'rni uinii. At this Mr Kyle appealed to the speaker to pievent fuithor interruption , and Mr , lioutello teluctantly routed from the combat. Mr. Hovxetsof California followed In op position Mr Djl-'orcst of Connecticut advocated the passage of tha bill. Ai the ( inclusion of hlssx'och | Mr. Dunphv of New York asked unanimous consent tni the ptesent cuitblduiation of the Noxv York and Noxx Unul mil bridge bill Tlio hill wns about logo ihraii.'lt with only tireniv-cight in i sent. < xhen Dow lit Wat nor nude the i olnl of m qiurum , a/tor dcnouncinir thu ! ill .is u blacUm.iillng ndttmio. I orrl'ju linlll lili [ < , Vxs uMruv Ott -There was a hoai ing ijefoi-o the lommlitco on merclnnt iiurme and lUhcrlrs tiiU motnliiK on the ON TIIIIIU FOUR MORE BIG COUNTIES Gumhig , McrricV , Oolfax autl Butler Instruct - struct for Jutlgo Maxwell , SOME RED HOT RESOLUTIONS ADOP1ED Sriitltnoiitu of tlio I'mp'a Kprr nl In I'liilnly U'ordi'il srnt .iiro lloxv the "Unlintriirlril" Dmljo In Murklng State I'ollllcil lliiiipcnltiKi , Bi.nvni , Neb , Oci II [ Spedil Telegram to TUB HFC J At the icpiihlic.in outitity con vention held liuiotolu tlu > follow Ing nomi nations xxcre mute Ttoisutcr , A. A Petei- son ; eoimti cleik. O II liinsom ; sheriff , . ! il Gallon ; judge , L Dowald : coroner , \j \ Hllo.v , supeilntoiidentjf public Instiuotlon , f ! l . Mullin ; smvi'vor 12 AMU ill , icpio- scntnlivc , K O Kolloter. Delegates to the st.ito convention Uriah Humor , \V II ItuihtonV | HmkeM1 - llam Sucfcr. C C. MiMsh , C Hupp. A II llcnincr , M McL'iimhlin mid JV Watson The following U'3oliitions xveio adopted \ \ herons II lias become Rimor.illy known Unit the pullllcil agents nf tallioids nnil other oorpoi.itlims , assisted b } oe-it ilu si iteidlloeis xxliixo lillsni iimcoinotit of public allalrs li is not lii'cn out rely overlooked by the people , h ixo bum niaKliitfstic'imims ofloils by fill or font nio uis to dufo it , a , : ilnst tin1 popul u will if tin1 uite'isof this stale , the nomination of JuilKo Maxxxidl Ki-soltdl , That the ill-log itos to Ilio stain eonvolition elected IIIMO ( his iifloiiioon ho .mil mi1 liutuhy Instiuetod to nso nil linnor.ihlo mi ) ins In the lull icxl of .linUo Maxwell to se em n lih nomination as Justice of tin.1 BUIIIIMIIO LOlllt. No MlftlitUn III Mnirltlt. CFSTIIVI. Cm , Neb.O.'t -SpeotalTolc- [ - gtam to THIS Hrr. | The republican oountv lonvontion was hi lit hoie today. William Whitlov was nonilnitcd Tor tioismoi ; ( ieor.ro II Boekos , elotk , J W Pot let , slier- 1ITV II C. Hlcu , judso , Alison Holmes , stipcilntcnilcnl ; A K Jovvell , survo\or , H T. Wethorell.WHoncr Dislegales to the stale convention Or Itoblnson , A Soudder , P L ll.iiison , M L Uosslttor. Charles xv'oostor. S miuol Uatli , Kobert C..inphcll , U O Cli.tpniun , W H Ctetos The following resolutions wore utiani- muusly adopted. Kesolxod , Tlmtour doloR-illon to tlio st ito conxcntlon hu , and Is hcieby Instructed to \oto forJiulKQ Muxxxell for justice of the su- litumu coin I lir-,1 , lust mill nil Hie linn' , and to rosoitto all honorable MIL- ins to suture Ids iioiiilnatlon , Kosolxed , Flint -.tlt'ctlnj delegates to the st.itn convention in > nomln ulon sh.ill tic cii- U'ltalni'd bv Ibo ch.ih unli-ss the candid ito xx III Hist decline to thoionxoiitlon til it ho Is he ullly In f.noi of tliu nondn Ulon of Judge Maxwell I IIX H'H VIllMXI'll. SLIII ii 1:11 , Neb Out n - JSpet'l il Tele gram to 1nr HUB ] At the luinilillean tounh comention ted ij tliu follo\\hitf 110111- iuiilluns i ! xxcio in.ulo for couutv ofllten. M 1C . Bodn u , county tieisiuei , AllenCaincioi' , clikW ! ; .r. I' male , slu-uff ; W 1. Uallliu. ' 3 l-J Giccniiuin , suivi'ioi ; J. H Ci a lib's , coroner ; M L Weaver , sionen distiict No 2. Delegates to tlio stito convontlor C O. Sabm. I W. Whitmin , P M Huntins , C T. Ilodsdon.P . J Murphi. Wl Howard and Hdxvard lleAvard , whose inefeience for su- Iiromo j Judge , if thov vote in accoidunco xvith the almost unanimous consent of the convention , will be for Judge Maxxvell. Jtntlcr Cjjuutjr All Jtlffht. griim to Tnn BKB ] The republican county convention toiiy elected the follow inst delete - . to the st Uo convention : A. J. lOvans , J. L , McKnlght. D It lilnl , H Liilil , G. \V. Ixird , F. K Loonils , J. S Hill , William Iliuunnetter , C. H. Sai ent , A D Mc- Domld , C H. Aldrieli , J. B Melllnscer Thejxcre insti ucted to vote for Judge Max- x\ ell foi buptome judge. ( Itiii ! Coiinlj'h TUItet. Neb. Oet ! ! [ Soeciil Tele- ito THE BKK. ] The republican county convention met hole today and a mete harmonious meeting never was held in this place The delegation to the state conven tion is solid for Judge llav xv.ud ol Nobr.iska City for associate judge of the supreme com t. Tlie convention placed in nomination the following names forountj oillcers : Ticis- uiei.Dr Leper of P..lmvia , shoiltT , C W. Ilogo I of Nebraska Citx ; Judge , S J Steven- son ; coionor , Nick C'aistons ; stito senator , to llll vacancy , Judge Mapes of Syracuse ; John Watson xvas ohaiitnm oflhoconvcn- lion. The ticket pxiticul.itly sttun0r 10 i > in : I.KII : . llou tlio Iliirliiigitoii ISiiiciu KIM p < Trark at "tliiliistincti a" li li-KKtti. HAM isos , Neb , Oca It 'Spechl TeU'jrrntu to i THE DBF J Thetc is ample ptoof at hand to , support Tun Bi nS statement that the un- inbti noted delegates to the republican state convention would ha used to down .Maxwell. TUB Bir. made the statement last Sunday that it xx-ns the nlun of the corporation man- ageis to secure as manj uninsttueted dele- frntes as possible , Icnovxlng that it vxould bo impossible to secure dolivxtions instructed airainst him A cuavass of the tcturns fiom the county LOlivenllons hold lastSituulax and Monday xxlll hear out thlb statement Ifmoicpioof is needed ol the scheme of tlio corporation manti ors it m M bo found in a tolugiam that nisii-d thioiiBh heio. This telogim mils to mind the Doisoi telegram of 1SUO U xxas [ .out to the bend in.imi/t'i of the nuillngton uolitieal buieau at Lincoln , and vxna nceiilcntly over hu-nl by ,111 x-jpeiator , v\ho had been let because he "order" out xxas an man ' 1 his tclcgiani in iniof Htatoil that thn bi homo h in xxoiked well in a coitaln lountv and thiit the delegation ns Mnliistrnctod , " but vns imtl-Maxxxcll to a mm. Then it closed bi rciiuestlng transpoi tatlon for the itck'n'utlon and several outMdcis. The ic < | iieat , vas not in so mm.v x\oids , but the niemliiK vxi'9 pliln Thn telegram \vas dated at the count ) t > oal of n count.v In tl.e wcstein pirt of the sUUi and wub signed by a well kuo.Mi attiiine.v It la probable that the political huirnu at .Lincoln h is tecehoJ , i laigo number of telo grains hlmil.ir to the one nientlonod niiovo , nnd by tills tima passes ate out for the dele gates mid stiilceis There is anlple proof near at h ind to suppoi t tlio statement in idc In tegiiid to this tulegiain , SpritUni ti tltii'g Stati'inciit. LINCOI.V , Neb . Out 2 To the Editor of TUB Bur. J notice in li D IticharUV at tempt to skin the editor of Tin : Bir that ho emirgeb that "It is u ucll Known fact that ho ( .ludK Maxwell ) xxis the confident ! il nil visei of the populiitt otiU of the lo.'ialntuio dining Us session last wintei " Now , as .1 nmtter of Justice to Judge Maxwell , and nlsu to the populist moTibari of the lojlslatuic , 1 wish to sav that that chat go is false , and unolljuthoutfojndktion At no liino and upon no occasion did wo asl < his udvlco or counsel ot mode of procedure in the Imuoach inont prow odings or uncstlgatloiii or another \ other xtorK d > nn by the lutrlslatuio Wi < folloxxcd the ronstltutloii nnd laxvi of the htiilo In thos.i innttuis , and did notitsk the udvico of a coordinate br.uieh of the state government. Vcr > icbpoufiillv , N ° AmN _ _ _ _ _ _ -J < IhlM Cull il ) liiilnpoiiduntH. GitA' < i ) IHI.AMI , Oet. il [ Hpoclal to Tin- HLU.J Tito independents of Hall county mot In ( oiivcntiou yesterday ana placeJ In noml nation . i full ticket , endorsing none of the eandidntps pit ( ui > by the ilcmo > i.its \ truck ago tvlth the expectation that the populists would c'liiioivo their men : md put up tint tyiltut. 1) M ithic.ssun was nuuiin.iicd foi i-le ik , IM Searson lortio laurer , .lolm O'Meill foi blK'HIT , J. If KmJull lor judge , Joseph sjii for stii etinti-udenl of public -lion li 1. H Kniruliccny fi riorum r Will ! tin KiiBlgn forriiirxr\or \ A masb convcution ot the populists wi a licld at thu opera house last ni lit U U llouiclcof Llucotn , who took Ruoh an uctiro | iurt In cxposliif the state houjo ihiij , was present nnd arraigned the tiefjllecnt mem- bois of the Board of Publle I nnds ntul Bullillngs la a in.inncr that cnrtle I convic tion with It Mr Djvlno of Scluoler ad dressed thu meeting on tliu independent partv'.s ' position us to the tailff , and tvas attentively listened in NOT t'lMIYllMl A I IMtOUK. U iii'irrillr l > titpiiti | lit t.lnioln Vrp Miirti * nnd I'ndiM lilnl , Lisnus , Oet n [ Spool tl Tcleitr.im 10 Tin : Hi-c ] AHluni h the democratic state ooiuention meets In this cltv tomoirovv , vxith ne.ulx don delcgites , se.uveli a hun dred have atrlvcd. In some tespr-cts the situation herolonlghb takes on a ridiculous aspect. l'i limilly the convention has been i.nlled to noinlnato a ccC. cani'llato ' for Jmigo of the supreme court , but sl'i ul uly ouoi h HID tblo jurists of the democratic pcrsu islouvho are iHiully xxllllng and anxlon to sicrlllce theiusi-lves upon the political nltir nro eonspiououslx .ibsi'iit When any of tlio delegates now . liciu me appioichcil upon the subject | they look pu/zled None of llieiu seem to knoxv who the candidates aie In fai t , theic uu1 no candidates The ( lucstlon of candlilates Is neither discussel nor considered I XCM'.V tlilnsr isovenluidowoil by Ilio piospcetlvc iiuht between Cotigiess- nianBr an and the fi lends of the adminis tration liicidiiitnllv it inaj he ntiled that Judge Tuttlc of Mmohi , .Ulliro Tlbbetls. also of this city. Judue MuiiL'cr of ricinont and Judge Tibbi'lts of Hastings , a biother of the Lincoln Jui 1st of the s line name , .no mentioned us candidates In a perrmietoii soitof w.i > Any one who will h.i/.u-d u guess sais that Judge Tattle is in the lead The state contiat committee hold an In- foi mil session this evening at the Hotel l.iiiioln and adojinod | without accomplish mg definite results I hu question of the eon tests from ( ! aeo and Stllno counties came up and the comtnittoo lUacieotlj docutod to lefer them to the convonlio t vxltliout locoin- inen lation The eominittee adjomncd to meet at U o'clock tonuiiow inoinhu. nith thu itiidcistnndltig th it a icmpoi.uv clnlr- nian would bo selcvtcd and leiommendol to the convention tomottovx afteinoon I'll pimiK lorn Warm I li lit. All factions concede the I'act that tomin- tow's convention vxlll witness a bitter llnht between the adminlMti Ulon foicos and the follow t < is of L-ongioss'iian Br\an Mr lia van ariived fiom il Louis this aftei noun and has engaged quutots at the Capitol hotel , whine ho enjoys compuatno ( inlet as comi ) lied to the pushing liiiong of adminis- tiatlon followers who eougiegato In the cor- lidois of the Hotel Lincoln Toblasi Castor Is l ! at the 1 liter hosteliy and is by all means tlio busiest man in thociti The vioxxs of thedifleient : factions are bast expressed hi the poison il statements of seine of the men most active in the fight Warren Sultrier of Omaha is noie as a friend of the adminis nation , and he is not at all hiokw.ird about saving so To Tun lli.r. ho said that a icsolution had ahcndv been diavvn up bv ono of the Omaha delegates endorsing the administration "If Mr. Brian persists in foicing the fico silver issue , " slid Mi. Swiuler , "thecoiuen tlonvxill nnqncstionahl.v accept thoKiiiruof bittlo 1 : , and adont a lesolution endoising the lliiuncl i ! il pnlici of the administration and commending Cleveland's eflfoi ts to seeme the unconditional repeal of the silver pur chase clause tf the Sheini in act. " Albei t Wutkins- , who is suspected of dc signs upon the Lincoln postoflieo Is he irtil.v with theadministtation fniccs. ' 'Theio xv ill bo a cle mli cut , decisive light madoacainst Mr Brian" said Mr. Watklns , "and he xvill be be iten. Ho deserves to bo beaten , because he was electe I as a douio- eiatand is llgting tlinadministiation " * ThQyiovx3 of tlie Qrynu foices aio ndmit- 'flbly ' ojqiressod by .f. fr'e.tlhpitn ofthfs olty who is ono of the .voung congiessmsirs wannest suppotteis and defondeis ' 'There has never been a moio discnoe- 1t ful 1 light in tlio histoiy of Nebraska politics than t the ono xxliich the croxxil of ofllcc beekoisaie making on Bivan Hver.v man who wants a postslllco will thiow purcipie lo t Ihe wind and shout for tlio admtnistra tt lion t " So it goes Tlio fooling is groxving in- tensclv bitter and the outlook for h.mnonv is | decidedly unfiivouible. As the mattci looks j tonight Brvan will lose the fight Peibonally hodoos not irlvc it up , but his friends concede his defo it ' 1 IlltlO II IS tllO I.C III. Later in the evening the discussion of the caniiidac'i of Iho several aspirants foi tlie place I on the supreme bum h glows mine anl in i itcd. Mani dclcgitos seem to bo just muting i out that a candid ito is to be numi niited i Smgulaiii enough , as soon as thov discoxer < the fact that a candid lie must bu selecto i 1 tlmv leii n that J'uttlo of L mo istei countv i is the coming mm. If Lancaster countv can agiec on Puttie he will be the sliongcst man in tliu field If they unite on libbotts he xxlll take tlie lead. It Becms to bo gcn talli conceded that the candidate shall come out of Linc.isler if Lincastei xx ants the pi ice. Il is buely po.slble tli.it the convention may nominate canui talcs for logouts of the tU.itoj University , but up lo a late hour this evening no mm xxhn doslios to inornate the cause of higher odiicilion in Nebraska lias suggested hlmsolt for iinj ono of the lltioe available positions. ADMIMSIKAIION I.N AII.WIS Mm Inn Dnmnciiitt Kim tlin Oiiiixciitlon Dmpltn Ihu Opposition. IIt TiVGS , Oct II iSpJclnl Telegram to THIS Br.u | 'Ilio Adams county democrats met in conxeiitlon hrretliii afteinoon and oigam/ed a little ciicus of their own. Tlie Second vvaidots , undi'rSlovens , vvhowcio knocked out in caucus last night , c.imo In with a contesting delegation , and opened by moving that Sam Biasa uf Juniila be made tompoiari chairman K A Baity of Hast ings xvas noininitoil , and Bntty asked Slovens If lie -.xasa delcgato Slovens 10 joined Hut lie xxas , arid then ahoitoddo unto follow nil is to'vxhothor tliodelegitcs aooioditod 01 tl' contest tuts wora to bo cu titled to iiiles on tampoiary organition ! It was ilnally decided ihat the i ontcstanti wctcnot entitled to t ike pirt In Hid oig.ui- l/atlon of thn convention , and Butty .vas made teinpmari ch tiim in , Mhioo siioiif , ' administration men xvcie placet on Ilio committee on credentials and a half hour ttpcnt in allow lni ; thu two aides to state their claims to the committees. The Cnmbellltcs wine sealed hi thu committee , but on motion contestants and contcstocs w em allowed to Hi ito their aides to the con vention 'Iho Stevens men stated that thov expected tl' ' ' l ll > 0 aeciodltod dole-sates would bo seated , but that they wanted li iindeistood that tliov weio button In u com- bii.e wotked up bi n nunibci of ulll * o hunters who wished to go on luoril at Lincoln a * favotlng a single standatd cuircnui After healing both slues tno Motion men woio teated As n delegation to the state convention Ur Stlvois H B IIuokfo.lt , P II Tin-anil ets , U B WuhlquUi.lt A. llatly and A S , C impbell were iiinii d by 11 Hcloot cominlt- tee The tin eu lute rate iho ontii to whom the Slovens mtn icfeited In their statoinenl to the eon veil lion , Aftei tlie usuil platform was adopted a losoluilon was piosenled ptovUing that thu convention nominate iccoidur , judge ami , suivoyor and adjouin without inaklm ; fmther nomination : ! 1'hu question uf fusion having boon broutjht bofoto tlio con vention u Ite.itoJ debate followed , Bu.'ci.il delegates mikins speeches jvluuli could al most bo ( onstit.od us bolnjrlii'favor of fusion and opposed to It at the same time An iimondmi nt fora sti .light ticket 'vas voted down. .Vi w 115 Holford Biown was nom inated fo. Judge , Robert A. Pic-kens for 10- ( order ai. I f J U H niUvvorth for surveior The iMdJpenuont lonvontlon rncots Satut dax , but thu o is no assi.ram'o that fusun will ho adopted Aeomiolttiio of live vxas apl-olnieil to try to maUo wniu ' Wuriu I line li DoilKU 1'oiiiitj. Oft ! -Sjioclal ( to Tim Bi'- ] 'I hodoaiocratk convention for Dodge countv tlii.s moinlng'vus called to order hi Chait- ' in in lllilien of thu county committee. Loon's xvas electee ! tomixir.iry [ ui.vmtEuo : . SLCO.SU I-AGR.J ITOR1ISINT11E SOUTH 1 \i7ails \ of Woo front Witul-Wwokcd , Wnvo- Washed Shores , MANY PLACES LEFT COMPLETE RUIN3 Bickcd Up by the Oato the Waters Add Their Strength to the Work of Ruin. NEW ORLEANS H > S A HARD EXPERIENCE That O.ty nud the Surrounding Country Severely Sufior , VESSELS WERE SUNK AND LIVES LOST roinm Alone the Piurlil Co 1st feel the Tiilt Klttu toil tlui Iliiri-lt IIIIU'A I'urj Driuhtti in nnd DiMtriiclluii llo- porli'il Irom i\crj : h ( < rp , Nrxv OIIIIHNS , Oet ft 1'ho Btorm hai pissed and though the wiles are still down noixs is tilekling into tlio cltj fiom the sur- lomntlng countiv.tml It Is not iot posslhlo to give a falrlv accni.ito estimate of the damage vvioiulit b.v the fui'i of the elomt-iits onSitmlai night and Momlnj moinlng 'Iho damage done In the cltv nnd harbor will inn eonsidciahli over $ ll)0OJO ) The oxtionios ot consorv atlvo estimates and exaggetated opin ions me so wide apait thai It is dinicuU to appioxlmato the loss II ? the countiy , the niajoi poitlon of whii'li is confined to the patislics of Jeffcison and Plaqueinlncs , and moio p.uticul.ul.x the l.itler. The upper limit of the stuim was nut moio thin a doen miles above the citi. In the citi the storm was not as seveto as th it of 1SSS Hero this ieir the piincipil sulToieis weto the ship ping intei ests The losses include the feii'i bo it Jeiomo llanlei , the steam launches Shaiiiioii.mil Gi.ue Pitt , a stoamhoat and half a do/en loiioJ coal bir es belonging to Pittsburg Huns , all of which wont down. Electric light poles woio keeled over , sheds xxeio toin down and most of the telephone wites.uul the xvlies of the ill o al inn \vota completeli dustroied. At the xvest end the levee and railroid tracks weio ij.umiged. Point a la Ilaeho , Bohemli and Prescott and small towns m Plaquuimnes ptnsh felt the brunt of the stoiitt Ili > n ns ItloAVM Don 11 , Sovctal bouses xxeio blown doxvn and thcio was much touor fo't ' by the residents until tliestotm tiad spent Its fury. The loss in these places xvill bo lie ivy Mrs L i Fiatu'o of Bobemla andhcrbibe xvoio both killed in trying lo escape fiom their homo , which xxas sliix'orcd by the storm At the Etnniio mill , near Point a la Ilucho , a voung mulatto worn m was killed by falling timbers Many poisons were bintscd , but Iho deilh list Is conliucJ , as f ir as known , lo the threojilucea mentioned. Most of the pi nit tlion houses , birns , shed and fences sullet ad and ninny thousands of doil.us xvill have to bo spent In repaiis to them Tlio oi.iugo crop of Pliqiiomlnosiuns fioinSOOOOO -lOJ.OOO boxes ; a conservative estimate puts the crop tins year nt . ' (00,000. ( I'li.it xvas befoio the storm It is foaied that . these liguies xiill bo cut down SO per cent , making ' a tnonoi loss'of $ J")9,000 Fiom Poidras plantitlon , south of the citi , most of the cane xvas bloxvn down No plantation escape 1 Whu the loss is do- iiends on future conditions. If there U a period of favorable weather and a late fteczo the cano will have time to recover and the loss xxill be compatatlvely small. Itluu I'lmilutinnA SnHrr. Rico in Pl.iqiiemines has siilToio 1 a gloat deal , much of it having been bloxvn axvny ma much injured The Louisville .t Nashville - villo rathoid is tied up A mile of Its tractc at English Ljokout has been washed out. The pier hu.it ! of the Pearl i Ivor bridge vvna bidly injuicd and Ilio 101 Ibal genoially washed out , the xxind h ivin ; blown tlio watot of Like Hotgno actoss the land In gie it volume and velocity. No ttalns have arrived since .Sunday. Wrecking tialns are ut xvork at the scene of the trouble The com ) ) my posted a bulletin this moinlng s tying it would hive no trains today , nnoits are helm ? undo , however , to transfer the govoinmcnt mall by boat. It \\lll ho two or three d ivs before tiams can come In , and avuc > k or more befoio the load xvill bu in fair running order and a month befoio the liaek and loidbjd can hi ; made as sound as befoio tlio storm , The Shell Bcaclt ana thu Grand Isln roadv expect to resume iho tunning of Ir.una tomorr.nv. The ( iucen it descent ro id aulTotod but , little. hinut | II M lll illTelloi. Many piominent leoidontsof the flty xveio c night in tlio .storm at thu fishing camp at English Lookout and Hpont u night of to nor. I'lteio XXMS no loss of life Thosoxvho could not got home oulu to vho washout on the Louisville it Nashville w ere brought to toxvn this morning on a tug On tlio way over tha tug encountered a schooner bottom up and txTodlsnnstol anil wrecked It xvas 1m- possible to luatn if tluio had been any loss of life , but It Is feared th.it thcro xtna , A largo number of people of the city are vlttuallx < | narantlnod at the tesoits on the Mississippi uound They aio unable to get to town ovvhitf lo the d imaged biidgcs and washouts News leacltod heio tnh evening from Port Kadi that the wind blo.v eighty miles nn hour at the mouth of the river , John Casut , lite night vratchinan of Iho jetty company , vvasdiownod while atteminiiiij to cioss tha pass. * S\VIIT : in : i I.OIIIDA co.vsr. l'i nniriiln unit Ollinr I'uliit * O llcmy < > nln. ru , Out 8Tho most do- sliuctivo'itoim that Ponsi-ola IIBH expo- ilencud In twenty yo ir began ut 0 o'clock iPsterd.iy morning and lagoit with Incioased futi until a late hour iostordty evening. ' 1 ho nearest approach to iesterdaj'B gnjo XV.IH the ( itortn of 1S4M , The storm had been ( Hewing sincu Sattiidiy , Haul rains fell .Satinday afteinoon and Sunday , hut > ft storm of such great Intensity xvas not ex- period by any ono. At 4 a m yesterday the wind freshened and iho ruin increased In force. By ft a , in. a terrlllc southeast gale was blowing , which i onvinued at the rate of fifty miles an hour until noon , whoa the wind shifted to the southwest , and at ! i-il : p in. the storm had reached Its climax , iho wind at this tiino having i cached u velocity of nut ; six miles an hour Tlio rain fell in tot rents and was ovxcpt In blinding shoots tlnougn thostieeti. Watched tinWmlc nf limtiubtlon. At the bay fiont pejplo etood In the dtenchlntr tain , wat'lilng tno mighty uu- ! incuts in tnolr woik of destine lion. No loift of llfu has been to i'ted , but upon '