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ESTABLISHED JUXJ3 10 , 1871. OMAHA. SATURDAY MOK2I2fG , OCTQBEK 20 , 18 JM TWELVE PAGES. SI KGL IS COPY FLY 13 CJ3JSTS. ALEXANDER IS DYING All Indications Point to the Near Approach of the Czar's ' Dissolution , RELATIVES HURRYING TO HIS BEDSIDE Russian Ambassadors to London and Paris Admit the Truth. RUSSIAN SECURITIES SHOW WEAKNESS Purchases by the Treasury Temporarily StiongtLen the Market. PRAYERS OFFERED FOR CZAR'S RECOVERY Ni HiiiK-r | C'oiiiiiiriit < m tlio Iljlng Man to UN ( in-ill Worth nnd of Ills Vnluo to JUiropo In tlio 1'rrneiil Crisis , LONDON , Oct. 19. The last red tape cor don that Is always drawn around , the truth by diplomacy was broken today when M , do St.inl , the Husslan ambassador to Great Britain , admitted to the. representative of the Associated press that telegrams that had been received at the embassy preclude any hope that the Imperial sufferer would ever again arise from his bed. I3aron Mohrcn- he'im , HuBsinn ambassador to France , this mnn Ing furnished the Paris Figaro the same unwelcome news. If this Is not sufficient , the flight of court ofllclala , the forced nnd hurried journeys of members of the Russian Imperial family across Hurope , the alarm of the various comts , the shivering bourses and the prayers offered up In the churches are lirofiilahlo testimony of tlio fact the czar Is dying. Throughout the day and evening n rain of telegrams has fallen In this city. Compiled and sifted , they show the following facts M. Dcnkendorf , the Russian court chamber lain , lias countermanded every order that had been issued In connection with the p-o- | io cd visit of the czar to Corfu. Many offi cials hnvoitarled for Llvadla. Princess Allx , the czarowltz's bcthrothed , will arrive nt Valla , where the czar Is sojourning , on Monday , and she will bo preceded a few liours by ev-CJrand Duke Vladimir. The ( Irand Duke Alexis arrived In Paris this rnuriilng and left tonight on the Oriental as- pref-s , which Is due at Yalta on Tuesday Around the palace there was placed triple cordons of police and soldiers , In order that tie access could bo had to the palace from without and nothing from within could cs- c.ipo to the world unless It llrst passed tlircugh the crucible of censorship. CAUSED A FINANCIAL FLURRY. So grave nro the Issues elepend ng upon the czar's life that een tlio people of Russia nro obliged to be satisfied with curt official bulletins , st > meager as to suggest In every carefully chosen word the theory of the worst. This Is the reading by the bourses , to which the London stock market furnished a prompt echo. Russian sccurlt'cs ' declined from weakness , but It seems the markets everywhere were checked later by heavy purchases , which It Is reported were made on account of the Russian treasury. In order lo prevent a panic. This uneasy feeling among financiers found Its fate. Dispatches Irom St. Petersburg report that the city tonight wears. Its usual aspect , except that crowds of people are grouped about the places where the bulletins aie posted. The keenness of I'ngllsh sympathy has been deepened by the news that a nerve specialist has been called to the side of the czarina , sister of the princess of Wales , who Is herself threatened by the strain of nursing the dying emperor From Celtlnje , the capital ot Montenegro. 1'rmce Nicholas this morning tele-graphed the c/arcwltch , saying : "In the deep anxiety and pain which the news from LUadla causes mo I can only unto my prayers with jours for a lengthening of the precious days of my great and noble protector " WILL HIS GREATNESS ENDURE ? Today the churches throughout Russia licld Bpcclal services for the recovery of his majesty. In St. PetenbiirR the highest oin- clala join In solemn petitions to God to save the. czar. In the Russian church In Paris services were also held and were attended by Grand Duke Michael NIcolalvltcli , the staff of the Russian embassy , President Casl- mlr-Perler , Prime Minister Dnpuy and a number of other notables The services were marked with deep emotion. The thoughts of those present must have flowed ahead , asking , "When the czar Is dead , what then ? " Tlio Temps tonight answers the question thus : "In the day when his majesty passes away beyond dispute the prestige oC Russia will not bo diminished ; neither will the rea sons which have drawn her to Franco be . weakened , nor will the sentiments uniting the two peoples bo altered , but Europe , as a moral entity , will have sustained an ap preciable loss. She will lack a portion of lirr conscience. This Is great pralso for a prince , Alexander alone has merited It. " The nuestlon which the French and Ger mans , and even the Russians themselves , are nuking hourly , and to whlclr their bourses today suggested a common answer , was- not put | n London quito so sharply. London admits that a serious crisis Is possible. LONDON , Oct. 19. A dispatch from Vienna to the Times , commenting upon the HlncHH of the.-czar , notes the outburst of the Russian press against Great Hrltuln's attitude In eastern Asia. It Is remarked In Vienna that as these attacks extend to EO : many of the leading Russian journals. tlie > must be prompted by a mole d'ordro from somewhere , even though the authorities themselves may-decline to the - accept respon sibility \Vlthout attaching undue Impor tance lo what has been said so far by the Hussion newspapers , It would bo a mistake not to tal.o It Into account. I venture to maKe this statement , not because I profess to know what the future ot the general policy ot Russia Is likely to be , but because I hap pen to be In possession of trustworthy information - formation concerning the present policy of certain other countries , which leads to the conclusion there Is eomo shifting of Iftse In the relations of several of the great power ? . Among themselves this may have more consequence quenceIn the presence ot a change of rulers In MusBla than It would have had otberwlso. nrcooNizns TMI : IND. : Bt , IVliTubilrg 1'eopln Know tha IViitunt i'ciir Mutt HIIOII I'an Ainiy. ST. PETERSnURQ. Oct. 19 , It Is an nounced here this afternoon that the condi tion ol the czar Is desperate. A dbpatch this morning from Llvldla an nounced that the condition of the ctar had changed for the worse alnco yesterday. The imperial fomlly was di-tcrlbed o * being iiUimed at the present state of the sick man. j I ( , ThU Information has been abundantly con - 1 firmed and there now * ccms to be no longer any reasonable doubt that the czar Is rapidly approaching his end. A special dlspalcli from Llvldla says that tlio czar last night suffered from a sudden spasm of the heart , which compelled him to He down. Ills condition became so critical ml his confessor. Father Yanlschew , was astlly summoned. Its \ reported hero this afternoon that tin npcrlal edict will be published on Monday ext , entrusting the regency to the cza.ro- Itz , General Count Vorontsoff-Dachoff , Ide-de-camp of the emperor nnd minister of 10 Imperial house ; 1C. P. Poblebonostreff , 10 procurator ponernl of the holy synod , dual Privy Councillor Wltte. minister of nance ; Actual Privy Councillor Duronolt , " ilnlster of the Interior , nnd General "nneivoskl , minister of war. Prof. Merschewakl , the distinguished spc- lallst In nervous diseases , ha ? been sum- toned to Llvldla In older to take part In the rt-atinont of the czar. Prayers for the recovery of the czar were ffcrcd today at a special hervlto held in the Cathedral of St. Isaac. HIS CONDITION HOPELESS LONDON , Oct 19. A dispatch to the llcdie from Paris this afternoon says that > rvato ! advices received al the French capl- al Indicate that the condition of the czir s hopeless and thnt the end Is near This os has caused the most profound sensa- ion everywhere. tV dispatch to tlio Chronicle from Vienna ' ays the physicians have prepared the czarina 'or the worst The czar's conscious da > s ro numbered. Ho wants to witness the narrlago ot the czarowltz. The Standard , In a leader this morn- ng , .saidVo : shrink from speculating upon ho consequences that may ensue In Asia us well as Europe when a life so valuable as that of the czar ends. Seldom h.is there icen In recent times a moment when the czar might for good or evil be so potent \ factor In the fortunes of the east. Wlth- iut expecting the collapse of China , the. line must come soon when the problem of ho fur cast must be taken Into account. A'hen thai crisis arises It will bo a mis- ortiino to the world itself If Russia's policy shall bo guided by any other hand than his. CAUSING CONCERN IN PARIS. PARIS , Oct. 19. The news received from .Hlilla Is causing deep concern In political circles hero. All the newspapers express ho hope > that the czar will recover , allude o his olllelal marks of friendship for France- and express the belief that his policy will not to be changed by his successor. La Lantern asserts that Grand Duke Vlad- mlr , the eldest brother nf the czar. In an nlorrleu with President Caslmlr-Perlcr , pre vious to the grand duke's departure Irom this city , declared that Russia's friendly > llcy toward Franco would not ba changed A special service , at which prayers were offered for the recovery of the czar , waa icld this morning nt the Russian church In the Uuo ( VAru The president and M. Hal- otau < , the minister of foreign affairs , were represented at this sen Ice. The archbishop of Paris , Cardinal Richard also held a special service to pray for the c ar at the cathedral ol Notre Dame this nornlng. The Russian embassy announce ! for the flrst time today that It was In lecelpt of telegrams which confirm the As sociated press dispatches telling of the ; r.ivltv ot the czars condition. VIEN'VA. Oct. 19. Princess Allx of Hesse fUnce of the czarowltz , accompanied by the I'rlneeos Victoria of Hattcnburg , left Darm stadt thin morning for Llvldla. VUI.VT Till : V AU COS1.S .rAIVA.N. Ono Hundred nml I'lfty Million Ion to Ito I'miml. HIROSHIMA , Japan , Oct. 19. A session of Parliament was held here , the speech from tlio throne being delivered by the mlkaOo It person. Ills majesty said he had decided tc convene an extraordinary session and luu given directions to Ills ministers to subml for the deliberation of the Diet a bill pro vldlng for Increased expenditures of the arne and navy. Ho declared he was grciitlj pained that China should have forgotten lib lutles In regard to the maintenance of pace in the east In conjunction with Japan. 'Sh having brought about the present Mate o affairs , however , " proceeded the mikado 'and hostilities hiving been commenced , we will not stop until we luve attained our objects. " The bills Introduced In the Diet iiirlud a bill calling for a sp clal accounting eif tin e\tiaoidlnary war expenses ; second , a bll empowering the govp'iiment to borro.v money In older to defray Hie expenses of tlio wai the maximum amount to be borrowed lutnt placed at 100,000000 yen , nnd. tVrdly ai e\tiaordlnary budget providing for thf > e\ pcii'llture for war ot a total of I > 0 000,00 yen. of which sum 20,000,000 yen will bo de frayed by the surplus. The icst will b piovlded for by the war loan. The president of the Diet , M. Kuaumoto ropljlng to the spe ch of the mikado ( whlc ! was eicluslvely cabled to the Associate press ) thanked his majesty for advaiicln with the Imperial standard and for p-rsniall taking rliurge of the war , saying that th victories were tlio natural results of tbl action. M Kusunioto added. "You majesty lightly considered that China wn the > enemy of civilization nnd wo ohsjth Imperial desire to destroy its baroarou obstinacy. " xoiu.i : r.\vmT. Heir of the Mnrquls of Qucpinborry Accl Shot on Ilia Moor * . LONDON , Oct. 10. Viscount Drumlanrlg oldest BOH of tha mareiuls of Jueensberry was accidentally shot In the head while shoot Ing over the covers of Quantock lodge Hrldgow liter , Somersetshire , the residence o Edward J. Stanley , a member of the Hous of Commons. The viscount's grandfutlic met his death by the accidental discharge o Ills own gun at Klmnount In 1SGS. A forme viscount wag killed by the accidental ills charge of his own pistol In 17-15. This acci dent changed the succession to the title with the result that the dukes of Uuccleuch be came the dukes of Bucaleuch and Queens- berry The duke of Buccleucji's eldest son , Loid Dalkellli , was. accidentally killed while ileer stalking In 1SS6. Viscount Drumlan- uncle , Lord Prancls Douglas , was also klled by u fall from tue Matterborn In 1863. In the latest of this series of disasters Viscount Drumlanrlg dropped In the rear of iho purtjA shot was heard , but no notice was taken. Later , as ho failed to join the party , the others went In bearcli and found him bins against a hedge with Ids head terribly Injured. Ho died before the doctors could arrive. ' Norwegian Simmer Seurclicil. TIGN-TSIN , Oct. 19. The Norwegian steamer Peik , from Shanghai , was recently overhauled and searched by a Japanese war ship off the Shan-Tung promontory , Noth ing which could be clasted as contraband of war was found on board the Peik. The cap tain of the Norwegian steamer reports that lie sighted a licet of Japanese war ships thirty mllea oft Tnku. The Chinese fleet which has been unilcr- going repilrs at Port Arthur as a result of the naval engagement fought oft the mouth of Iho Yalu river last month was ordered to leave that port yesterday , October 18. The Japanes are expected to cross the Yalu river at a point thirty miles northeast of Chuleang-Clieng , where the Chinese army headquarters Is situated. General Sing Is In command of the Chines forces at that place. " lap Surprise railed. LO.NDON , Oct , 19. A dispatch from Shanghai says the Japanese ot the Vnlu river tried to surprise the Chinese under cover of darkness , but failed and retired after desultory fighting nt long range. The Chinese claim they Inflicted loss upon the Japanese advance guard , A dispatch from Santiago Bays the Chilian government has finally decided lo refuse China's offer to purchase six war chips. Sent Duck In tlio Upper DVnV PnSTH. Oct. ID. The lower hotue of the Helchstap , by u largo majority , today decided to recommit the blH providing for freedom of worship to the House of Mag- imle for acceptance uiumendod. SHOT AT THE PAYING TELLER Irank Demands Ono Thousand Dollara in the Nnmo of Qed Almighty , ) RAFT WAS NOT PROMPTLY HONORED IrrrHtnl by ( MllceM AVho Were Waiting for Him mid Tnkrn to tlio Piillce btii- tlon Had \\rittcn untt Warned Them of 111 ! Coming. NEW YORK. Oct. 19. A crank entered he > Astor Place bank this afternoon and emamled $1,000 from Paying Teller Hind. The teller told tlic crank to wait. urned away the- crank fired a revolver point jlank at him. and a bullet flew by Hind's leatl. burying Itself In the adjoining vvood- vcrk. The crank was seized and turned iver to the police. The bank officials three ays ago received a jiostal card from a man i ho said he would call In a few days for 1,000. The man's Identity Is not known. ' 'or the past four da > s , the cashier of the \stor Place bank has been receiving threat- nlng letters from a man - ho signed him- elf "Charles Freeman. " The- letters de mand that the bank give the writer $1,000 or tlio cashier would bo killed. The flrst af these letters vas received last Tuesday. The prisoner had delivered It In person. He had walked In and left It at the window without saying a word. The letter was us ollovvs : "To the Cashier of tha Astor Place Hank- This certifies that I shall call upon you , the cashier of the Astor Place bank , tomorrow nnd will present a note for $1.000 and a dc- nand for Interest nnd shall force jou under icnalty of being hot Instantly , without a nomeiit's notice , to hand mo the money. I icieby notify you of jour danger. I do not want to kill no mnn without first giving him a warning , then It he does not heed the warning , then bis life shall pay the cost , and , f lequhcd , -would take 10,000 lives In order to fulfill the plan that God has laid out 'or me. For further Information call upon the editor of the World Very truly yours , "CHARLES FREEMAN. " Rod Almighty , the protector , In order not to cause any panic against the depositors , I shall only draw $1,000 at the one bank , which can be easily made good by the bank. Inspector McLaughlln was Informed and he ilaced Detective Freel at the bank to watch Tor this curious Individual. On Wednesday tlio man did not put In an appearance , but the following postal was sent : "Owing to the lack of the anna that I need to make good my word , I have plan until tomorrow. "CHARLES PREEMAN ' The detective continued his wait. On Thursday this card was sent : "My dear sir. In order to give you the chance of considering , for your own good , I will call tomorrow without fall. Please have the money counted out and ready for me Remember your fate depends upon It , or that of the paying teller. Very truly yours , "CHARLES FREEMAN. " Today he presented the draft. "Wednesday , Oct. 16 Astor Place bank. After date , promise to pay to the1 eider of God Almighty the sum of $1,000 , when pre sented by Charles Freeman , penalty , If not forfeited , death. On the back of the draft the following In scription was written : "Notice The draft of $ l,0i)0 will bo all that I wilt claim from one bank. " "Notice I am authorized by God to draw upon all banks to whatever amount I see fit and the penalty to refuse me , that I have the right to shoot the person dead that refuses , and by the power of God no man can stay my hand. " This draft , along with the letters , was taken with the prisoner to the Jefferson Market police court , where Justice Voorhls Is acting Resides the revolver , there were found on him a bottic of strong solution of carbolic acid and a few pawn tickets for articles of small value. When questioned by the Judge as to his conduct , he answered "I acted under the Instructions of God. " "How did you receive your Instructions' " "My Instructions were Inspirations and came from God through my heart. " "Do you think jou are sane ? " asked Judge Voorhls. "I think my mind Is superior to any in this room , " ho answered. He was taken to Uellcvue for examination. iniit > T ir.ics or riu : STIUKE. Agulii Dcnlrg til it Ho Win II.P It. NEW YORK , Oc-t. ID.-Eugenc V. Debs , president of the American RallwUy union , nddiessed n la-go nul ercc tonkht In Cooper union. It was composed entire ! } of laboring men , who greeted the speaker enthuslas- tlcally. The meeting was held under the auspices of the American Federation of Labor , nnd Edwnid King presided. Mr. Debs reviewed at length the history of the recent great railroad strikes In the west. Speaking of fctrlkeiij he said "I am op posed to the strike Hut where It Is n choice between a strike and degradation I am In favor of the stilke. Thp Pullman stilke was n iuat conlllct. ( Hisses. ) You have heard the strike was ordered by me. I cim s-iiy that nothing : was ever farther from the truth. It was oidcrcd by the JOO delegate. , and they were prompted by holy motives. They did not proceed hastily , and J they ] knew what their action would Involve. Other organizations then resolved to st.ind by the Pullman employes. Five tl.i > s after the1 strike was begun It was won by the A Ito . V. The railroad company employed 3,001) Ittl 4,000 , marshals , which were uworn In by the regular authorities. Uox curs weie then tired and the iloting began. " Mr Delia seemed to cvaile that part of the trouble In the west concerning the actions of the strikers , but continued by sajlng "The A 11. II. l opposed to violence nnd believes In law ami order Hy violence they have everything to lose and nothingto igain. . " In conclusion , Mr Debs paid : " 1 believe the world Is getting better and brighter duy by day. It may be slow , but we aie In the right direction. Plutocracy Is not forever to rule the destiny of the Aniei- Ican republic. " HKIIOHS , lltK llKMKMHUtmt. Vlmimnrnt to Them Unveiled at Tarry ton n , Now VorK. TAmiYTOWN , N Y . Oct. 19.-The mem ory of revolutionary heroes was honore-d today by the unveiling : of a handsome monument i- ment to the memory of seventy-sK bol- dlers from Tarn town who fought In the war for Independence The day Is the 113th anniversary of the surreiulei of Lord Corn- wallls at Yorktown. The monument Is erected In the famous Sleepy Hollow ceme tery , where Washington living Is bulled. Nearly all of the soldiers are buried In this cemetery. The Murlne band led the p.uaUe. after which followed United States sailors and marines from the cruiser Cincinnati nnd dispatch boat Dolphin , Rear Adm ral Mcude nnd his staff , Colonel Looinls L. Langdon nnd army ollicers , Urnnd Army of the Republic posts , Sons of the Revolution. Sons of Veterans , elate militia , military cadets from the Cornwall academy , four companies of Tarrytown school chlldien , v I- Inge trustees In carilnfies. At suiirl e a na tional salute was tired by the United States cruisers Dolphin uml Cincinnati , which aie lying In the Hudson off Tarrytown The monument was unveiled by the Sons of the Revolution. Judge Mills delivered the era tion , Report * from tlio Whaling I Jeet. SAN I-RANCISCO , Oct 19.-Thc whaler W. H Meyei , Captain Holland , arrived In poit this morning The captain leported the total catch In the north at twenty-two bow- lieud w hales. The ships that sailed to the wen arc reported to have fared better than those that went to the east. He elves It HH hi * opinion that the vessels now In the north will go toward the weft In hopes of securing u better catch. MH n.i err Turin I'p MUilnc- ANDERSON. Ind , Ort ID.-George D Armstro , manager of the AndeiEOn branch of the Indianapolis Cornmltslon company , Is mining today , nnd It l reported thai he Is short In his accounts. He ilrcw quite n film of money from the .bank here last uvcnlng and , left during the- night , Spcclnl Coinlilnntloti nN ) Ilnnien u Oiini ; of TCJIIK Triilll Hobbrr- ! . GORDON , TeOct. . 19 No 3 westbound pa senger train on the Tcxns & I'uclflc , due at Gonlon at 12.13 , was robbed by four men tcday , a few minutes before noon , three tulles west of Goidoiu The train being stepped nt such nn unusual place. J. W. Cooper of Gordon sprung off on the north side to lenru the cause of detention , lie was greeted by a gruff command to get back on the train , ilellcvliur It a Joke , he answered with a laugh , but Immedlnttly the tobbeis enforced their demand by leveling two long Kims on Cooper. Four men. un masked , approached the section ( ratiff and forced them to obstruct the load and the train ns It approached , ami when , the train was stopped thtf bandits foiccd the e-xprepsi messenger to open the door of his car. They also forced the section me'ii toKe Ko Into the cat with a Fledge Immmer and try to , batter the combination oft the express safe , but their efforts to otvn the safe were unfruitful The > messenger's vvaywife was buttered open and what money them vvaw In It was uken by the robbe-rs The amount. It Is estimated , urns anywhere betwe-en JJOO and > . H ) Tcmoirow 'being pay dny at Thurbei for the large number of bunds that woik nt the mines , there was In the com- blnatlon safe $ . ! WWO ( cepilgned to the1'a - clllc Coal company. Suspicious characters nave boon seen for the past month or so In that sec-lion nnd the o i press company was prepared for the attack , us It had on the tialu one of theli rp" ( iul combination unfeff , to which no agtint along the roiiV knows tbe combination. The etpie s com pany had a f-pcclal man bach In the conch , who knew the combination cf the stife , ami who would ccme forwaid at stations where he was needed and open the Rife. The pas senger nnd mall cats were not molested After the tobbeiy was committed , the foui robbers walked nwny toward the mountains , whittling , going In a ( outhcrly direction. The Texas Jv I'aclllc C'oal company of Tbur- ber has offered I'M rewird for the capture cf the robbers. The tulu WHS In charge of Conductor J II. McC'loud , the express car In charge rf Messenger Gay. Theic were no shots tired during the robbery nn < l H Is con sidered one cf the boldest train lobberles recorded In the country. for a long time It Is thought the r. . libel's are fioin the Indian Territory and are now on their way back. 1'itivi : or Tim ( oJi.Mirrr.i ; ri\r.i > . ' vicnty Iliousuiid Doll.il'H Si'ttl < l Upiui JIB the Price , NEW 'YORK. Oct. lO.-For iveeks the members of the Lcxow committee lm\e been listening to the stories of the amount of money paid for "protection ' fiom the proprietors of soda water fountain1 ! of this city , but today the semtors were startled from their scats In the committee loom to leaiti even the Lexow Investigation commit tee ltuelf bus been weigl d In the balance by the Ramblers , green ffpods men nnd pol icy backers of the city. It was claimed their price had been fixed nt $70K ( < ) Coun sel Moss , who Is nsKfttliiff Chief Counsel Goff In conducting the cross-examinations , remniked when this bit of e\ldenrc was dl- vulffed : "These gentlemen proceed upon Sir Hornce * Wnlpoie s theory that every man has his pi Ice " The rmui who Informed the committee from J/ie witness .si. mil that Its reputa tions fur hone.-ty had liten reduced to del lars and cents was George W Kay , eight years ngo n policy backer of this c.lty , but now n reputable business man. He tcstllleil he had heard the committee could be bought for JTO.CXW. " \V hat's that ? " Inquired Senator Lexow , angilly. Senator Hrndley whistled softly , Senator Cantor only smiled , while Senator Iloblns-on appeared thumUihtuuk. Mi. GofC Inqulied whether n pool wns being made up for the put pose of securing "prateotlon" fiom the committee , but the witness assured him he knew nothing- about It If. tuch an attempt was beingnlfide. . i- ' * ' Thcie xiaH the usual. jrrlncl of cases during1 the morning. Walter Valentine of , , .the Stearns Commercial company , accused ol dealing In bogus stocks , said he could not find the detailed statement of his business asked for by the committee nt the previous besilon His answers were unsatisfactory and the police were told to arrest the pro- prlotots of the place nnd later In the clay Superintendent Uyines closed up the place. After recess two or three colored girls were called for the purple of bearing- wit ness to the fact that they paid the police Jl a week for "piotectlon. The committee , then adjourned until neM Wednesday. n tins in cuiti'Vb nr.rv > tii > . t.cvl I' , .Morton'rt Ciiacliinin .Mint ( > < > Jluel < t NEW YORK , Oct. 19-Judge Lacomb In the United States court today dismissed the writ of habeas corpus In the- case of Join James Howard , LevI 1 * . Morton's English coachiiMU. Under thin ruling Howard must gu back to England. There la still one chance open for Howard however , and this Is to njipeal to the secrt- tiu > of the treasury " . foi . . n . .rehearing . . . . of the. case. Judge : J.acomb In dlsTnltoIng the case did not take the ground'that Howard was , nLt entliled to land , but tlmt the com Is hav * no authority under the htatute to Interfuse The opinion Is a lengthy one and Is fortllle < by leferences to decisions of the Unite States supreme court. General Tiacey. on behalf of Mr , Morton raised the p Ints thnt domestic nnd peisona nervaiits weie exempted by the net , Ilia Howard was both a personal nnd n domestli servant , and consequently his landing was not , -violation cf the statute. Judge Lacomb admit ? all these conten lion ? , but cays : "The language of the ac clearly relegates to the soeietary of tin tieasury ' the sole power to decide whethe nn , Immlgiant is here In violation of the law The- secretary ban made Mich a decision Ii this cave , and however Jealous the com t might be nnd reluctant io admit that then was any statute thnt did not cull for a judicial Interp'etatliui , the language of the I contract labor act was too philn to be se : islde. " Howard's lawyers will probably make another appeal to Secretary Cat lisle. I'mlill Wins n I.ecrnl Vlrtorr. LOS ANGELES , Cfil , Oct. -Judge Uos ; today In the United States circuit com decided the application ot the Postal Cabl company to be afforded facilities by the re telvcif of the Atlantic & Pacific Railway company for constructing' Its lines alona that road , favorable to thp petitioners. In deciding the matter , JuJgo Ross filed an elaborate- opinion , in whkh he holds tha the contract of the1 Western Union Tele Kiaph company will the inilioad for ex < III slves powers Is not valid The ruling of th couit upon the questions raised IH regaidc < as one of more than ii.siil ( Importance. Slimy < Him llin Money. SAN FRANCISCO , Oct 19. Hiram A J'earbcn , n California-Who was drowned In Lake Michigan sevarul 'jcnra ago , be ftueathed $100,000 of hi * estate In his will t the orphan asylums 6 * Stn Franelt-co , bu failed lo designate thmnurtlruliir ones whlcl he desired to shareIrfltlurtlegiuy As a re suit Pr bate Judge Coif by IH now confrontei with the problem ofw.hrtt home was Ir. tended. When the caskscnnie up In the pro bate court today itupi entutlves ui eleve ehnrltnble Instltutlorlawrvre' there to demon a share of the modey Ko decision wa rendered. * AIIrseiI ItnlUvuyl'orK'fr llele.iKeil. QUINCY. III. , Oct 19.4AUIU Van Auken the railway p'romoter. accused o forging the name of M. K. Ingalls president of the illlg Four. t a bond of J30.000 , wat llbrated by Judg llonncj this noon. The vtiito attorney wa unable to prcduce lngals | aH chief vvltnes for tin- prosecution nnd "was reciuliel t nolle prosequl 'the cas * BgnliiHt Van Alike ; for forg r > The defendant htlll claims t be Chntles Hobba , nnd hfiya he will go t New York at once , where he Is employed a a lallvvay accountant At'niilti-il hj iv Xi'irc > , NHWARK , O , Oqt. 1J. A. negio came till afternoon to the home of MIH. Ciilherln Nlebllng , a widow uged W , In the outsklrt of the cltv , gagged her , outraged her per son and threw bur Into the crllir ; ami < llsnt peared. Mis. Nlebllrg'n note was Hinushti her body bruised mid lacerated and he nerves prostiated } ( cn Wurd has been nr rested n nil Is In Jail , heavily guarded , II VVUH Identllled by Mis. NU'bllnK as her us sallant. Excitement la Intense , but ther arc no Immediate iipptehcnvlonu of lynch Ing. lli' plln for u Muril < > rr r. HKRMAKN , Mo. . Oct. 19.-rJilwprd Mur ray , who was to htoe been haiigeil her todity for the minder uf Hdga'r Kltzwl Hams , a xubstttutv in't-itnan and ccinluc- < tor on thc > Suburban Ultctrlc lire neur St t . ! I/nila , has been re r. , ' t p i l iy in appeal , a lo the suureme r- 3 r ALL t PTTJ i nro ii * TI nn \TP i STHADSS , HAIL GRANT 'ammany ' Selects the Es-Mayor to Hcatl the Municipal Ticket. UNS ON PLATFORM ESPECIALLYPREPARED trim * * Ilnniln In 111 * l > rcllii.itli > n nnd Cihc nn Illn K < imon IIIU'n ItcfiK it to lIlKcounlc- imnco tlio UKO of HU.Siiine on Other limn Tiiiuiiiiiti } ' TlckiiU. NEW YORK , Oct. 19. Strauss has for- tally announced his refni.il lo stand as the Tammany candidate for the mayoralty. He sent a letter to James J. Martin , chair- ian of Tammany's executive committee1 , oday , stating tils reasons for withdrawing rom the race. The official declination , addressed ns the iw requires , to the board of police coimnls- loners , has l-ccn regularly filed , It Is purely ormal. At Tammany headquarters Mr. trauss , wns asked If lie had heard from enator Hill , and If he would make n state- lent. Ho replied very curtly : "i won't say word about anything " A dispatch from Rochester , N. Y. , to the Vssoclated press sajs : "A. II Klnkead , rlvnto secretary to Mr Strauss , arrived In loehester yesterday afternoon with a letter rom Mr. Strauss to Mr. Hill. When Sena- or Hill arrived from Mount Morris last veiling Mr. Klnkead presented this letter. The senator read It and then dictated a re ly , which lie placed In an envelope and a mled to .Mr. Klnkead , who started for New 'ork nt 25 last evening. " From Information gathered from demo- ratio politicians today It can be stated that lenator Hill told Mr Strauss that ho would ot recede from his determination lo allow ils name to be printed on the Grace ticket , nd that he also Intimated pretty plainly hut the success of the democratic state Icket was of far more Importance than the access of any Individual or faction The cnalor started at 9 55 u. m. for Buffalo. Relating tlio events leading up to the re- Irement of Mr. Strauss from HID Tammany niniclpal ticket the i : veiling World sajs ttiat t Mr. Strauss' request his political sponsors n Mayor CJIIroy's department of Tammany's ampalgn made an effort to get Mr Hill to refuse his consent to the proposition that name be placed upon the state demo cratic ticket on which the name of Mi Strong the republican nnd committee of seventy's ' nominee , appears as candidate for iiayor. These gentlemen visited democratic talc headquarters and Invoked the assist ance of Major HlncMey. chairman of the state " committee. Major Hlncklty had a talk "Ith Mr Hill over the long distance tele- ilione and then announced that Senator Hill vas disposed to resent their Interference. hat In fact the senator did not care what Mr Strauss or anybo-ly else thought of the ircprlety of his election , as ho had been forced Into tlio light against his own wishes ind was detet nlncd to niiiKe the race noiv on the lines laid down by Ulmsilf alone GRANT ACCEPTS TUB NOMINATION. Hugh J. Grant was named as Tammany's candidate for mayor , vice Nathan Straus , withdrawn , at the meeting of the executive eommjtteo ol tli Tammany hall this after- icon. The mayor said In the mornlns that he would not accept u nomination , but he changed Ma mind , alter a long conference. Mr. tjrant , In response to the committee's hotlflcatlonsald _ : " - - . . . - accept Is based upon conditions which I will hereafter state , so : liere can bo no mistake about my position ! had determined never to take public oince again , but as I favorej the nomination of " "Mr Straus I feel that I am somewhat responsible for his being named 1 feel ex- iretnely sorry for the course Mr Straus has .aken , but as ho lias declined nnd jou have so exttomtly kind to me. I will show ny appreciation of It by accepting the nom- natlon My conditions are that such candl- lates now on the ticket whose candidacy I regard as Injurious shall lie removed from .he ticket. " The committee then escorted Mr Grant to Tammany hall where lie was received with tremendous applause It was announce 1 that a now platform had been prepared expressly for Mr. Grant. The new ilatform attacks first the apportionment pro vide I for in the constitutional amendment and says that democrat ! * mukt fight o unjust a division of district representa tion The Sherman slhsr bill Is held responsible for the recent hard times , and : lie platform also characterizes the American I'rotecthe association as a foul Institution. the Intent of which io to divide parties and oeople upon a religious batls and to preclpl- tate n sectarian war. The following letter from Mr Straus , wrttcn today , was read at the committee STRAUS' LKTTHtl OP WITHDRAWAL. "Chairman Executive Committee , Tuin- many Hall : 1 cannot too highly express my appreciation of the honor conferred upon me by my nomination as candidate for mayor of New York. The distinction was all the more flattering because the nomination was tendered to me w.thout any pledge , e'lther expressed or Implied. Hut whllo I have never had the slightest doubt about the elec tion of the candidates placed on your ticket , simply obey the dictates of my conscience Is In withdrawing my name from it. My reasons you will find more fully set forth In a letter cf Hh'ch I append a copy addressed to the democratic candidate for governor of the state , but to which I have received no written reply. "Though personally out of the race , my efforts for the success of the ticket will be continued without Intermltslon and all the organization so far perfected and all the campaign material collected at my headquar ters and the headquarters Itself are at your dUposal "I have the honor lo be yours respectfully "NATHAN STUAUS. " The following is Mr Straus1 letter to Mr "NEW YORK. Oct. 17 , 1891. Hon. David II Hill : Dear Sir I trust you have dc cllned to allow your name to bo placed on any other ticket In this county than the regular democratic ticket , upon which my name appears. I expect to stand as tlie can dldutu of the democratic party for mayor an but I shall positively decline to nm If you overthrow the political standing of the dome cratlo party In this , county by permitting jour name to appear on the ticket with i republican candidate for mayor. "I have the honor to subscribe myscl yours respectfully , NATHAN STRAUS. " III11 uml r.orl < Hiinil lulk at Itilftiiln BUPPALO. Oct. 19. Escorted by the Cleveland democracy , Senator David B. Hill .u and Congressman Daniel N. Lockwood were driven from the- hotel to the Music hall to night , whore a monster mass meeting wa addressed by these two chief candidates o the democratic state ticket. Senator III ! reviewed the work of tha administration , am tin outlined the Issues of the campaign. SteiiMm M nt. % ermni. MOUNT VERNON , III , Oct. 19 Hon. A E. Stevenson addressed about 2,000 pcopl hero today. His speech was principally de by voted to a discussion of the tariff and othe economic measures. Out of respect to th vice president the * pcliocls closed nt I o'clock , lion A. J Hunter addressed at Immense crowd tonight. * ' .Hirlko Kiuled. JACKSONVILLE. Ha. , Oct. 10 Th of Tampa cigar makers returned quietly to wor this morning with the exception of don zalea , Mora and Cooperatives , the inajorlt being unfavorable to a general utrlke. 11 n r MM 11 urn ' MONTU'ELI.O , la. , Oct. ID.-FIre whlcl the started in , Mllles Hros livery stable yes te-rdai buitiPd fifteen lilirh prcled horse OPBIPOVf I Imlf a JCKII rvftlltnreM and barns i bu l and budls sccrched the Central hotel , I.OHS , I on bout JbCGOO , partly Insure J. J er THE BEE BULLETIN. Veather Forecast for Kebranlti Toil iv Kulr , Warm South Wind * ' 'IISP- I. Urutli'ft llnnd mi tin' ( nr Another Crunk In a New York Itiink. Mm no ( ilvcn Uuy til < ! nuit. > i or folk I'rople Approach u I.jnrlilng. ! , ' . hoiintor MandrrniMi to l.oulslmiii'n Tropic. Itnrrlidii'n .vrrnml Ciimpulcn .loiitnn ) , Knrlld MiirtlnVllllng In null. 3 , lloiina IlefmtH lo : i Ciillrjjr. Another t'hiipler or rugllUtlu Orutorr. ClilcHK" Clotlilern In n Close Conililne. I. Dilltorlnl uml ConiiiK'iil. fi. Iloirlblu Acildiiit Xour IhirchrMrr. 'llirco Cruel 'Mnrilrr < T llnnced. Alrrrttt'g Itrpiirl on C'i > uiiuiiiinrnlcr , 0. Council HUlfM l.orul Vlnttrr * . ixplorcrn : CiiURtit by n ( .loudltiiMt. T- llurllnglon Cr lni ; Ilia Criiw lte t > rv < < . S. Churler Ainrtidiiieiit V ork. Ilugli Alurpliy a * an Aph.tlr Illdiler. II. ( Mr. ItoKomitc'r'H Ouuiliii Speech. U , Strnngo Kciliilon of HiMhiiiid mid Wife. 1. Ciiiiinuireliil and I liiiineliil Noun. IVntitri * of tlm l.lvo Slock Market * . Dun nnd IlnuUtrcet on Triulu , O.M : MOKK innntr.it r Vccldellt M hll llo inline 11 Train Culled 1'ollco Allontlon tii Him. CINCINNATI. Oct. 19. The police have re- c iclved word that a stranger Is being held at Chester Park on suspicion of being onettl' t the Virginia train robbers. The man lit attempting to get on a train at that station dipped and broke Ids ieg. His name Is Jliarles Augustus Morganlleld. Twelve him- red dollars was recovered from him , $150 iclni ; In his hat and other amounts In his lothlng. Ho wore a false truss full of uoney. Morganllcld was notified nt the hos- Ital today that It was not necessary to am- mtato his broken leg. This gave him the greatest satisfaction , and ho consented to allc. He said he was a gambler , and spent tis summers in the noith and his vv Inters n the south. Ilolng asked how ho came to > reak hH leg boarding a fi eight train , ho aid ho had como from Plttsburg on a freight and had got off atVlnton Place. Ho then rled to board another and was hurt. Ho lenlcd having been recently in Cumberland , vld . but ou being as > kcd liow he got n pill > ox with the name of a Cumberland drug- ; lsl , he said he might have parsed through Cumberland. He Is still undei charge of the. Kvldence Is accumulating tint lie Is one of he robbers. List night shortly after he had eon taken to the hospital a well dressed stranger called to see him , llelng refuted , according to Chief Dcltsch's orders , the man eft a message that he had rented a houseIn 5t. Bernard and that all was right. Mr : > 'ogg , the Adams express agent , has been In consultation with the chief of police- today mil his attached all the money found on Morg.indeld's person. Evidently he and Oeltsch think there are ono or two more of he train robbers here. The police are seareh- the spot where Morganllcld was found In the belief that ho burled some evidence of his crime there. The police expect today to capture another , icrhaps more , of the three train robbers They bay they know the fugitives are now urklng in the city. Three detectives of the Adams Express company have Just gone out with local detectives nnd are expected to capture the place wliero three suspects are hiding. Nothing can bo- learned from Mor- janfleld either about himself or about others Mia/are Uiqught to be his pals seeking refuge In the suburbs near Cheater Park , The chief went to the city hospital this morning and iad a long talk with Morganfleld , but failed to get any Important Information "Do you know what you are here for ? " "I have no Idea " was the icply. "You are thought to be one of the Aqula Creek train robbers. " "My God ! Is that so ? Well as soon as my leg gets well I'll BO back and prove I ' " ain't " \Vhero do jou come from' " "I would lather not tell , as I don't want any of mv folks to know where I am. " "Give the names of some of the places where you have been so J can write to them. This will show that you are not guilty. " "Never mind , I 11 do my own wilting. " "Then the only thing left Is for you to prove your Innocence "I don't have to prove anything You people ple have to show that I am guilty. " "Where did you come from befoic you met with your accident ? " "I came from Cumberland to Plttsburg , and from there to a fcmall place above Chester Park. I was hurl while trying to boa til a train to come to this city. I came from Plttsburg on a freight train. " The last statement was rather rernailiable In view of the fact that ho had so much money on his person His leg , the physi cians say. Is getting along all right and it may not have to bo amputated. On a farm near Chester Park the detec tives found a bottle near where Morganfleld was arrested with \Vnslilngton label on It. Morganflcld wau In Washington in company with Searcoy. A one-legged fellow who has been hanging around St. Bernard called at Gersnian's farm house Wednesday and took away a bundle given him by MorRanfleld. It supposed this bundle contained a greater part of the "swag. " The officers are tonight scouring the neighborhood for the one-legged coir en. i / : < ; > . / > n irn Sequel In the WuRlilii ton Court lliu hooting Onfl Mnro Uc.illi , CLUVHLAND. O. , Oct. 39. A special from Springfield to the Evening Test sajs The father of Smith Welsh , one of the men killed outright at Washington Cnurt House , Is hav ing aflldavlts prepared , charging Sheriff Cook and Colonel Colt with murder. Thief Taught bv 11 I'rli'Ht. CHICAGO , Oct. ID. Father Gey of St Peter's Catholic church , Clark nnd Polk streets , ended early muss today by abruptly leaving the altar , and. although robed In his sacicd vestments collared a bold thief in a the main ulsle Thp thief , George Adums , e\-coiivlet , pretending to bo a wor shipper , had suddenly grabbed the pocketbook - book of Mrs Keys , aged 7G , und was making his escape. Adams WIH locked up. Hunk Not" ( 'oinpuny OfllcliiU Inillctc'd. ST. LOUIS , Oct. -Albert Holmes , Clar ence C. Henry and Edgar Smith , ollicers of the St. Louis'Hank Note company , who tilled a contract with the state olllcera ol Mississippi to print curtain state warrants , were Indicted today by the federal grand Jury on the charge of having violated the federal statute prohibiting the pilntlng ol matter resembling United States currency. ) Hilled IIU 4'lilld lleiuiu'ilt Cried. MEHIDEN , Ml. s. , Oct. 19.-WII1 T. Mar , a fnrmer residingin Clarl : county , murdered his Infant child lust night be cause It cried too much to suit him. This morning1 , when the news of the crime spread , the neighbors became enraged an < formed n njoli to lynch the brute. .Mnrtli a lied to the swamps nnd IH be-lng pnroute several hundred farmers. rnrlMlii'i llrntlirrH Cenerlll Anseinhly. ST. LOUIS. Oct 19-A private dispatch received here from I'urls , Prance , says a the gcncial assembly of the delegates of the ClulMlan Urothers held there today , Mos Hon. Urotlier Joseph was confirmed an superior general. Itrather Clementine , late lliiltlmoip , was elected to the oftlce o assistant guneral for the American prov inces. lift lined it ( imminent Doiiiitliin , COLON. Oct 19. The widow of I'reildent Nunez has declined the proponed grant from republic of Colombia of (100,000 as a tc token of the country's appreciation of the ner\lce which her husband rendered Colom Three hundred men are now at worl the Pcnama canal , but a feellnc of gen depresrlon prevail" . 1 L NORFOLK PEOPLE PROVOKED Assailant of a Child Narrowly Escaptfs < j Lynching Party , OIIN PHILLIPS ACCUSED OF THE CRIME luahrd ( Iff to .lull Itnfnrn nn Organized Effort to Moll Him foulI Ho Mmlu liy the Infuriated t'ltlri'in. NOlirOl.K , N'ou. , Oct. 19. ( Special Tele gram. ) This ' morning about 11 o'clock a " nan ' filvlns the ntitno of Charles Wilson nnil claiming to hall from .Marlon county , Iowa , carried the pretty daughter ot JV. . Gibson nto an outhousei and attempted to assault > er. Nelshbors saw the tramp , and running 'or ' assistance , rescued the child before more : han very sllRhl damnfio had bcun done. An angry crowd clamoring for vengeance * on the villain gathered about him nnd ho vas with great dllllculty landed behind tha bars of tlio Jail. There Is ) et corslderablo excitement , which may result In a lynching. The tramp Imd papers on Ills perron Indi cating that his real name Is John Phillips of Mead Point , Morrlck county , this state usil ( a certificate from John A , Logan , post N'o. 12 , Sons of Veterans , Central City , like- Use Issued to Captain J 1'hllllpa. KHKMONT , Oct. 10. ( Special Tclefiram. ) There Is likely to be a lynching nt Madison j > eforo morning by a party from Nor lolls of a man who outraged a little girl In Nor- oik today. int. ro.VKv.rvA , sr Hr. Io HUH llrlnriuil Homo nnd SIIJR Ho Was Kliln.ipcit ! > } irnkiiiiun Mm CASSOPOblS , Mich , Oct. 19. The mlss- ng doctor , A 1) ) . Conklln , returned homo ast night He says lie was Kidnaped the light of September U by two negroes anil Irlvcn all night , finally reaching the house f some colored men. Here ho was kept In oiillnement for one week , nnd then was uken Lo some city unknown to him anil urned over to two white men. After this io was carted around by night and con fined by day , nlwa > s under guard Ills captors alwajs wore masks and he would bo tnable to Identify them. lie was released Tuesday night , nnd walked until he reached a house , which ho found was n few ml lea rom Cincinnati. Ho has no clew to the lerpetrators and Is unable to account for ils abluctlon , unless It Is because he would lave been an Important witness for the iroseciition In the trial of Dr. Anderson at Traverse City , who has been ncciulttcd of ho charge if abortion. CASSOI'OUS , Mich , Oct. 1 ! ) . Dr. A D. Conklln , who returned homo last night after over t.lx weeks of mysterious absence , left his afternoon for Manchester. Mich , to visit ils wife Mrs. Conklln had removed to Manchester and mourned her husband as dead. The doctor's story of his kidnapping und detention coincides with the statements nado after hlFt disappearance about two colored men hanging about his premises ami about tliovehicle standing- near his ofllco hlch later disappeared along thci Inko road. ilo ran as jet give no other theory for till kidnapping than that stated by him last night. llcail Men of tlio Nuviiilii , fllo , Concern lliniiglit In the llnr. ST LOUIS , Oct. 19 Among the Indictments - ments handed down by the federal grand Jury are those of Messrs. McDonald and Wells , ollicers of the Guaranty Investment company of Nevada , Mo The jury did not Indict Jelmson , Shittery nnd Stevenson , but Colonel Clopton , United States disltlct at torney , says he will Ille Informations against them for violation of the federal lattery law. B. T linker , C H Meltel and W L. Scott wcie Indicted for conspiracy to defraud the government I taker was jKBtinatilcr at Shiewsbuf-v , Mo. , arid the Indictments c-hnrgc that Mekel and Scott , who were In the stamp business In St. Louis , offered him n meat per cent of the value of all the ColuinLlan Btau ps 1 e would < nn-cl fo them. They aie chaiged with bilblng him , and ho with accepting the bribe , the whole pro- L-eduie being. It Is charged , u conspiracy. , tilpMoiilll Come tii Now V'nrlt , NKW YOJtK. Oct 19-Tlie World will to- moriuvv say : Archbishop Corrlgan Bomo moiitlm ngt > wrote to Ilcv. Abbe Colin , the head of the Sulplclon order of priesH ( In Cnniidn , iKjiifstlng a branch of tlio order be established In this city. The nichblshon piornlsed to build a Homlnary. It was an nounced yehterduy the offei had been ao- vptod. The- training of occleaiastlca la ( he principal woik Thp cost of the proposed Hcmlnary will ba tlm'ltnto ii n Itlee. ST. LOUIS. Oct. 19. At the meeting of the Southwestern Tratllc n saclatlon the on rice from Uraumont to MIsslsMppl and Jtlsfiouil ilvtr points vvortllxed at 10 cents per luO pounds In car loads over the rate from New Oilcan ? , and tr pointB In Colorado , Aroznla , Ntvv Mi > xlco nnd Cali fornia thesamp as Now Orleans The asso ciation adjeiu ned ta reconvene on tli second. Tuesday In Januaty nt Kort Woith , Tux. 1HJPKALO , Oct. ia.-The giand Jury was In session again this afternoon luklnir evi dence In relation to the murder of Mont gomery Cllbbs by the Robinsons Ils work was not concluded and It will meet again tomorrow morning , when It Is expected It will leport to the court of nesHlons bills o Indictment against both husbjiid and wlfo for the crime' . Extradition papers will then be made out. TriiuMo Is Now Alt Otrr. ASHLAND , Ky. , Oct. 19-The danger point Is considered safely passed In Carter county No shots have been fired by the strikers. Today the sheriff gave chase -with luige posse and completely routed them , captutliig several culprits.Phew men were not of the mine workers older , but black listed fellows , nnd this adds to the claim of the miners' leaders that the light Is not one of theirs. IndliiiiK Dying Off. AU1UQUERQUI3 , N M. , Oct. 19.-J. S. Hutchlnson , nn old Codicil miner , stated today that the Indians of the Cochntls vil lage are > dying on an average of one each ilay an the- result of u peculiar ( Unease. Ho nays the disease IH llrst noticed by a severe pain In the head , which lomillH In a swelling of the neck. He Kays the Indiana have appealed to the Indian agent ut Banta l'e for uld I'roiiiliirnt Wyoming nupln M > il. CASPER. Nib. , Oct. 19.-HpccInl ( Tele gram ) Last evening Oscar IIclHlund , one of the most promising young men ol central Wyoming , and Mips Maggie. McDonald , of this place were united In nianlagi- tlio Wentworth house parlorn. The wedding vvus brilliant social affair. Ann ) Olllrer fur Inillan ARIMII. DKNVHIt. Oct. IS.-Captaln Wllllums of the Hcventh Infantry , ntnlloneil at I'ort I.osiui , has been detailed O.H ogerit at the Niivajo Indian rpHctvatlon , lo relieve Lieu tenant I'lummw , resigned MovrnielltH of Seiiiolng V i cl Drtollur 10. At New York Aril vod Virginia , from Stettin. At l oMlcin ArrivedHuronla , from Mont real. real.At At Nuples Anlvcd-Hugln , from How York. At Philadelphia Arrived Maine , from London. At Jtaltlmoro Arrlved-Ohlo , from Hot- tcrdnni. rAt Humburg Arrived I'ruusla , from New At San Francisco Departed Monowal , fop Honnliilu und Sydney At New York Arrived IJrllaimlcfn > m Llveipuol.