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- - - - - . . . ' --r 4 . - -i 1 . . ' - _ ) . . - - - . - - - . , ( . - . - , - , - ' . - _ . . A _ _ , _ . _ _ _ - - _ _ . . . -J. _ . . . . - - . . - - . . . . - - , . - \ . - - , " , , - , I r- ' : . THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. . _ . . I , 1 ES'l'Anr.IsIED JUNE 1n , 1871. . O rAIA , J'UIDAY JWUNL.Q , AUGUST ! : . 180 . siNarE OOPY J'YE (1iN't'S. ' HELPS ! ) ! FOR SUPRE1E JUDGE - State Convention of Free Silver Democrats Yesterday Afternoon. FEW TIERE TO DISTURB TiE HARMONY NUle ur flue 11111" Pnlc Gln'l n lit - AhllnhtrnUul HUlteil 4tt- \ \ ' Iint Che 1'lnUurl Het. Purlh " 3de of the SUllreme Courl.C. .1. PHELPS Hcgent3 of the Unverty. . . . . . . . . . . ! T. W. I.AeKI nN ' nOllm'r IITTLt I there has Iver existed any prospect thai the warring factions or Nebraska democracy would cease their strife thai hope was dls- ( slpatel by the actln of the free silver wing 4 or the Iluty In convention In Omaha yester. day afternoon. The convention look radical ground on the money questIon , fired a bunch or gall bUls from memhershlp on the tate cJmmltee , and refused to confess or % acknowlell any allegiance to the powers that be In the national capital. The con\ntLn was called to order by Chairman Smyth at the Crelgiton ) theater hail al 2:30 : o'clock yeterilay atcrnoon , Tbere Is i usually but a corporal's guard or delegates present In an nit ycar. but the report had heeu circulated thai the administration ! dem- I ocrats had designs upon the convention ant al a resll the attendance wal"qule liberal , about 500 or the 813 ( delegate being present lion. John C. Thomben or remont ( hall been selected rs temporary chairman : or the convention by the state central committee . b.it he hal < 1 at the last minute and lion. P. 1i1. Davis or 13atrlce was pre sed into serv- Ice. lie briefly acknowledged the honr In the customary terms . and asked the pleasure or the cnnveiitlon. rank I J. Morg1n or Cass and N. P. Nelson or Iolle ) were made tem- IJorr ) ' secretarled , anl afterward had their jobs made permanent. On motion the chair appoInted the following - Ing committee on resolutions : lion. W. J. lr'an oC Lancaster , Charles 11. Brown or , Douglas . C. ( l. Ryan of Hall . lion. George ' v . Doane or iouglai. lion. C. D. I Casper of Buler , C. J. Bowlby or Saline . C. P. Fall of Gage . Oale.HUST m \m WAS 1tOUTID. ProvJ lon \as made for Ihe IIJpolnlment : Z or a cmmllee on credentials . tint the work , of the commitee was Iholshel hy a motion 1 which provided thai the hoMer of crellen- tlals where there were no contests he en- tiled to seats In the convention , and thai each nie In a contest brought rrom 10)1 county he allowed ten minutes to present its side or ( lie case to the convention. The commIttee on resolutIons retired for delh- eraton al1 the lloyd county muss was taken \'p. Mr llstem ) er appeared on behalf or the contestn ! delegation from lloyd. lie read the report or I meetIng al Spencer and claLmed that his delegation was legally se- lectell. Beture Mr. Hustemeer hal completed his nrgtinientV. . ii. Weekes edItor or the Scrlhner News , arose and asked If Mr. Hust- cmeyer hal not at"IHled the democratIc can- veiition . lie replIed thai he had \enton a year 010. le rel11ed I Then Mr. Weeles asllell Ir the gentleman hal not ! ole out or the convention wIth the bol- ' ters. Hustemeyer acknowledged the Impeach- , . J . inent ant a howl went UIJ for his Ecalp. A call . for fair play was maie however , anti 'V. D. Forties presenlet the other side or the case. He saId the gold hugs hall called a meetIng all had : sent Mr. Husteme'er to Omaha lS their delegate. Then the free all- ver men got together IIHI selected the dele- ! aton headed by Mr. Forbes. The con\en- thou made short work of the contest and Mr. lon Iustelmycr Ilush out Into the warm August air more or less lonesome and liomelck. Then Mr. Shoemaker or Omaha had acme- thIng to offer. lie suggested a.recess or two hours and gal one vote for his melon and the conventon went on wIth Its work The committee on Permanent oran'zaton ' namell B.ar howard of l'apIhton ! for perunent elia Irni an. Imlrlan. NImIASIC\ IOCIAT D FINIm. Mr. Howard was escorted to the chair and mate a characterIstIcally warm speech. After an Introluclory , talk he sal ] thai the party was conrronted by a situation thai merited . . - - the serlou attentIon of every democrat H had been saIl that the party was divided , but he wanted to uy that such was nel the case. I was ( rue thai a gCOI many men who styled themselves democrats but 1 ere really republican sympathizers. were trying to die- ' rupl the party. but the yeonunry of the pary ; was InUe.1 as II hall never been before for the PrInciPles of true tlcmocracy. UIn the relberaton or the conventIon dependEd the future of the party In this state. I Was necessary for the delegates to say whether the ) would be democrats or tools In the hands or len who would use Item for their . own coltish ends. lie was willing to Idmlt that al several ( mice In the 1'11 he hat been rather a pliant tool hut he hat jumpcd out or the tool box once for all and was with the lurty to the elll lie iild thai the demo ocraIo lurty had ever been the and : . . , . . . ocratc eer IJarly - 4 the protector of the humble cllzea. ! No democrat hall ever been denied the right to worship isis 00,1 , as his ccmclence might dictate - tate ilere In Nebraska a hiydra-hsndeii organization ' ganlztlon hall sprung up conceived on the brink or hell anti born on the bortr line of Canada : . that presumed to ( tlictate how men shLuld worship Ood. lie haIled that the o\n- \ \enUon would adopt a platform thai would denounce such an organizaton In no unmeaning - meaning terms as un.Amerlcan , untemccratc , urptrlolc and Indeent At the conclusion or Mr. Howard's talk Joe Conner of touglas tried the adjournment motion again. There were two yates for It \ this ( lute . Air. Shoemaker standing b ) the ' - lover In the contesl. CANIOATES FOR REm NCY. The convention was net ready te proceed wIth lhe nomination or a candIdate for judge anti so took UIJ the regents or the State uni- verslty. 1)r. Uackbur or 101 county ant Hoberl Kettle of Dedge county were nom- y mated by acclamation. Ir Baclburn made a brie alllreu , In which he salt the demo- crate of halt county were loyal CHI If the administration len hal : tried to sidetrack the free silver mo\'ement. Mr. Kettle was not In attendance . hut his frIends \ouchl for his al1precalon ! of the unsolIcited nomina- lion . ton.There were cute for W. Ii. Thompson ant he respoIl1 : In an enthu113sto : speech In which he touched on loca' ' , Iuues. lie said thai the democratic ] party believed In local .elt.go\rnment arid that Ir the democrats or Omaha hall gone to the polls ant to lie legs- ! lattice there would have be'l no nced for tm1n ! out over the state to get rored for I double.healltl polce force In Omaha. He- \ublcanlsm backed by another Ism that boid Ill ror the state was plYIng havoc with OmahJ , when Its c't'zens shal III be rulrg thiernsel'es. lIe wantei . the Nebra I\ democrat . crts to semI greetings to theIr brethren In Ohio and tel them that II waB hart te te' lve In their honest ) when they endorsed , ] ( Ievelanll and Brice In the state platfirm lie wa ! ( PI10SI. 10 putting plank In I plat- t-rm that 11,1 , not mean un'thlng. lie wlntc(1 every word weIghed anti every plall , wr'1t9r1 II such terms t that ( no enl could ml81nllcutslli It or place 1 tJlle con trlotlon \i ) n tt. IN I'I4.'E 0 UESImTERS. . 1111e unknown made another effort to get . . n' alljournlelt , and Shoelakcr and Conner ' \ el with 11m agaInst 49 other fellows. oirruuan Smyth had borne business tliit 0 l alrlan SIh OIO tul . le < .le,1 , attention. There were some vacancies , ( I the state central committee . and he asked 'of ( lie convention to fill the place. SOle or the I IIUlber or the commIttee hall gone over to the bolN' , After a lot at conflicting 101cn , ( hue ( ) n\'enlon dEcided to 110 tine .Iecapllaton "II itself I O. hall was appointed al the Committee to .tui'Ceeti J. n. ( 'UBOn or Yurl J ( le.te'1 ar Fllrbllr was tired and , ) GeorGe 1. Clarke ot Die Iumed to auceeed him. C. J. J'uhrer or Clay county was bid godspeet and his place was filled by the lP' polntlenl or E.V. I , lurlburl or Aurora. J. W , Dullard er North Plate was selected to succeed J. J. McIntosh , who hall Joined the Tobecastors . COllllllnts were also made against Jerry I.'arrel or tine Twenty.elghth district anti the state commIttee was authorized - thorlzed to name his successor . In the Lancaster : ' caster delegatIon Patrick lcOeer was blhen n rand farewell and 1 1) ) . Welch named In hla steall. Frank Conley or Calaway was IRmed to succeed Bartlett , tr ! arid real name unknown on the committee ( rein tire Fifteenth district . Just I the slaughter or the traItors had be-en comliletell the commitee on resolutIons appeaed and Chairman Bryan offered the following - lowing majority report : l'i'FFo1tt t 01" 'rIm CON\'ENTION. \e , the emocrtR of Nebraska , In con- vlnlol nslemhh'I. , rlatrm our faith In ( hot-u prInciples wrItten In the leelnrtlol of American Inlll'pelllcnce and erphallzel , hy Jefer80n antI .1uekln. namely , that all I men are nentell 1'lllnl ; that they are en- dow"tl h ' th.'lr . " ) Creator with certain In. Ilclltle rights , among whIch are life . llb- erty 111 the IHr.ult of hlllplne.p ; that Iovel'In"I. : urn IIUtutel among men to Ft'cUre II > e rlghite . antI that ! overmcntl dP lye their jU1 Iowerl fror the consent of Uw , "verlell. Inil we " 111111 Ul11 ul of the IIlpartl1ntR oC tIne o\'ernrent. leglp- ! Iltve , executive Inil judIcIal , shril be 11. 1111stered 11 acconlulco wih thc - e prln- 01111CM..e . We rentrm ( lie .leclm'tol male , 1) the hiuiit < emolntc tnte < n\entol lucid In Nphr kl on HeJtemher 21 , ; . lb ) 1 < \\'e helove that the re - torlton oC Ihe money of the conttuton II now the I'ar- ' mount icuie 1 before the country . and Insist that all parties shall ' ( ' their ni IJrtes Hhnl plaInly Itltl' I re "et\e POSItIOnS . Ullon this question . In order ( hint the \oters may . InlellNJly ox- IlreSH their hirefi'rence Vu'o . therefore tie- clare ourlel\s In favor or the Immediate r ostomatlon oC the , I.storton tree and Inlll"t coin- ago of gold arid I\er nl the precent legal rate of 1 to I. ni elicIt coInage exlstl'tl Prior to i73. without wuilthiig for the nll CI' con ' ent ofn ) ' othel' nation such gold naton and 11\"r coin to he I ( till legal tender for ni debts . IHhlc ii mid prl'ntp. < \\'e fen,1 r..ptnl to our elortlc ! ( I.rethrl'n . throughout tIre Inlon < who time Ilklnl itui'ti I gulunl light for lie reuito- rton uC hhletallHm I I ii rid cong ma ( tilat e lhem upon the , tmogre'cs ' mlde , W ! tlcprecltl antI denounce os tin-Amen- h' o (1,1 Hlt\erHI\e of the prln'IJI'H of tree J"'renl any attempt to control the action or 1'011) ' of the "ollcnl pa\tes of' thl" ( ount\ ) ' by secret cluals or orglnl- : mtolH of any ( hnrll'tl'r. ROil warn the II.o"le against the danger . to our Insttu- tluns which lurks under /n ) ' such fecret om'gam.izaIon , whether based on r"IIlous. Political or other differences of opinion H..olnlzlnl thai the stabilIty tf our In- trltons must meat on the vii tl" 111 In- tcl"enco oC the people . \ e tttnd . ate In tl IIHt , In favor of the free eomnijfli school a ) stern of ( his state anti comn1fn Ihl t the Ilme II"t he IIef1elll ted nn,1 , receIve hiltoral I Inlnllal ! UJJ01 t , mind that Ihe management 111 control Of .alI school IFter should bo non-pectarlan and non- " I ) rtisii n. The tieinoc'rncy of Nebraska approveM and cOlrclls thl delarlton IfPro\eR IreHllent , ( 'levIlnlul In the . pall In condetnlnH tht Ilericious nel\'lt ) of Inclmbent9 oC fed- ernl OI"l'l unllel' the government In at- tcmptn to control the Ilolc ) ' arid nomniria- tlonl of their IJart.l. anll we hereby met'- ommenll , tie renewnl of the poll ) ' of hiM Irst nllmlnlstrton In that r'llnl \\'t. 1111 ( lie II'Oml'romlHlnH opposition of the II.mOII'ntlc IUI't ) ' tn the fostering nld by the governrnc'nt t. cithiet- national " tll' ! O\1 rnmIl elhnutonnl a\ state . of chartered mono\olls. \ and , tlell\e I its the recognizeii policy of Clue party from the ( iti14 of JIIC.'rsnn Inil .iaekt'on to watch with ) the utro.1 jealousy the en- croadlm"ntH or corporate hiover and we are In favor \ of such legislation ap will In- ruin' reasonable control the lun' n r'n hy Mtaii' of ( o\Jorlons ; Ilerlvlnl their Ilowers and prlv- I"HtH from the state , and esitn'cially this regulation of rates for trnsportaton by thin raIlroads of tie stnte. NOT A CLEVELAND CRO\\'D. The report was rccel\d with applause anti cheers , but before the motIon to ulopl could be Put a smooth shaven . determined ' pil sha\en. young man mOlnlt the platform nHI announced thai he hal I mllI'I1Y reporl to present The speaker was Charles G. lan or Hal coummty . Inll hl = mInority plank ) was signed by hlmsel and C. P. hull of Gage. " \e conlnelHI tie admInIstratIon or Prepllent Cleveland- " conlmnenceil Mn' . ' Cleelantcommenclll I' Ryan , when lie con\enton broke out In a storm of hoots and hIsses thai nearly took the ( 'OUIU man off his reet. Mr. Ir'un motonell the ( delegates - gates to be quiet and Mr. Ryan quietly asked I the delegates ) rope ell to gag a democral In the performance or his duty as he pow It lie was allowed to read his plank. which was as follows : \.o c0lmln,1 , the itiirniriistrnticunn of Presl- llont Cle\elalHI a ii helnl Ihle , J1tllute anti boniest . antI rlalrm the platform adopted li3 ' the I.mocrnte national Cl011tel (2IileagO In 1tJ2. con\enton 11 Mi' . H'an wanted \ to talk on his pl nl lie saul that he want 1 I unler5tO1 thai there was one democrat In the convention who wunlel the convention to recognize the nly man who hal ever heel el.cted on a 'hatlonal iiennocmaic , ticket ltlonal Iemocrate tcket since he was abe bo ) Bunt he could gel no further. The crowd wanted a whack at thai plank anti hurled It hy an almost nnalimols vote. The platorm and resolutions as presenlel hy Mi' . Bryan woe then adopted C I Brown or Omaha wanted fair play . and naked that an opportunity be gIven all those who wished to support Mr. H'an's plunk to stlnl UI ) and record their votes. n. L. Iagnus anti . \ . \\'alleley or Ortialus H. E. PhElps or Schuyler anti two or three others rse 01) ( tilt the cries of "blacklist" from ( the rree sl\erles prevented any fur- thur additions 10 the let , I there were others who \\'Islell to side with Mr. Ryan \n effort was mate to find out whelher John D. Howe would accept the nominaton for judge of the supreme court. A telegram was sent hIm , and tine convention uwalell until nearly t t o'clock for In answer thai . never came. Then 1.:1 : P. SmIth or Omaha was named lie male I red hot democratic 8peech. tilt ( declnC 10 accept the nomina- ton Inler an ) contiltlons . Jim Tanner or 1'llerton was goIng to have Julge lowe nomlnatell or break a hamstring and In- sIted uron I motion to nominate him hy acclamation . 1 required all the forces or Smytli 10'an. et ai , to get him to wIthdraw his oration , which he finally dil , anti the convention named C. J. Phelps of Schu'ler hy aclamallon. Afrer authorizIng the state central Atl'r stlte coma- mlUl'e to remain In hewer for another year anti to fill \acancles on the ticket anJ on Ihe commIttee . the conventon ndjolrnet without date , _ _ _ ll LXXU II.UI.UI 'l'tl.lC . , Free Ih'r : : In. . ' ' illl lt Cr'llhCol 1.11 I I l.mist 1'\1..1. " . W. D. Oldham or Kearey Is a character who needs 10 be seen to be nppceclate.1 lie has statIstics 01 Ihe mooney question thai wouhl lake Coin dizzy eloquence enough 10 fit out a hal dozen stump speakers , I Ilateni style that can't be In- fringed upon and energy enough to run a smelting works If I Were properly applied. le opened the speaking nt a free sIlver lilacs meeting al Crelhton theater hal last night to an audIence that tilled the hand- lame oUl\orllm to overflowIng . After cItIng figures on the monlY question for a time . Mr. Otlam tlrew I picture or the two factions In the democratic party On the sub e of the admInIstratIon . he saId . wert the alleged deimiocrats , \ ho were In reihiry syniipathilzsrs wIth the rNll ) sYlpathlz wih . republicans who were 1''lng 10 use the pat ) to further tire schemE of the foreign oonll synl1cates I On the other side were the yooimmanim'y or I th ? liarty the toiers of the seJ. who were I seellnl to rescue lie 1001 ship or democrac I rrom the rocks of 10nometalim ,1d mug- , wUl11ery on \ hlch I tlshon\st plol hal souht I wreck It. No cuckoo song Nuhl entice the 1011ot "emocrdts rrom theIr dot ) ' . The ) ' \ crt 11repaetl to meH the foes from \ Ihout ( arid the traItors wihin the Irty rejoice In a victory or democucy meniet'mnej. reJecmrmet nol only front republican opprE- sloim but front the treachey of alleged demo- CrHI. Mr. Ohllam was followed by Mr. iIryan who was accorded a mol enthuBlalte re- cepto : lie was cheered to the echo and It was several minutes belore he \ a al. 10\\d : \aoce(1 wIth his talk : Ir. Irpn saul that ( hI had ben Bent to congress ( rom Nebraska by mIstake He \ou11 never Ila\'e bon nomlnatCI Iud ( lie de'inocrats though there was a clrance or electing their candl- shale : He was elected , however , 'nd he I wanted t' u ) that all the money In the world woud nOl Induce hint 10 pat with theexitcriemleo ho _ had gaIned _ whIle In con- I rlf.\ - ( Continued err Third Page. ) HOLDING CUBA IS COSTLY Autonomy for the Island the Only ReadOut Out of the Dfculty , PERMANENT OCCUPATION IS NECESSARY 'I'hrel' " "Rr. Clmllll 1 RC l.l'INt11 lIe 1"'t"lre,1 . Stmipm'ess ( Iii' UprIsing - rIsing 11011111 Cost .r : WCHH ( ) ( ( ) ) 1'.lld. , LONDON . Aug. 22.-The havana corre- epcndenl or the TImes . wrItIng or the gra\ I ) or the sItuatIon theme urges tbe leessly of large concessions In the direction or au- lonomy or even loyal Cubans wIll drift Into disloyally. The only alternatIve Is n costly campaign In mel and money the correspond- enl ailuls followed by the occupulon of lie Island by 60,000 men for a decade. In an editorIal on the foregoIng the Times ale sa's : "The failure or Campos to suppress , the rebe101 has causell biter .llsaI1pollt. i merit In Iadrhl. We sympathize heartIly wih Spaimm's PatrIotic determination to hold I Cuba II any sacrifice . anti we admire her I enemgy however mlsdlrcclOl , In resisting I projects for further Ilslntegratol arid plots concocted In foreign countries to torment re- belion among her sumbjeets. Al the sal timime . II Is suicdal folly for a natio'm ohst- nately to refuse 10 look facts In the race. Englishmen have no Ic"lre to see Cuba separated from Spain. 'he mo\'ement for annexation to America I opposed by most intellIgent anti Inl1p"ndenl Americans or mill iartles. alll for obvious poltical reasons an- nexalon to Amerlc.I would bo rcgard with Ite favor by British statesmen. . "WI shou11 heel IIIeasEI Ir Spain were able to II rl\e al a practical ell' ? lnplt wIth her rebellious stibjerts bul that lemanlls I I qualty or tRlesn1lshlp higher ! tlman has I ) been dlslulayed . and Ir Generdl Campos' ' Is to gain victory he must bhow greater : energy and Ingenuity thal hitherto. Gen- : Eal Clmpos only opened his eyes after the fight al la'amo on July I to tie fact hint this Imurents were armed , dl , rllI:1J all I 11rovilell wih Immunlton.'lhonl I I the t havoc which yliow fever and dunle"y hus pla'pil anti wIll play wih the troops arrivIng - Ing at this slc1ly season , the constant all,1 aimless luarchlng and coim.atcrmna"clminmg or the last three months would itself have sumced to In\'alil m < by thin whulesaic , wlthonl hElp rrom epidemic t1l'ie-u.e. I "A remarkable cbaracterlsc 11 thc spread ef tit ( rebellion I the high , r strata of socIety now joining the Inslr es. "Oneral Campos has tried to Ile.l with the rebels alil has failed ; he has Irlell to suppress them ( and has ralcll ; he hra tried to patch UII a reconcIliation and hal el\Ily , failed. The rebel have bem quick to Profit hy his mstalep. ! A three years' campaign will cost Spain C30.000.000 , which caml cnim- pot afford. O\lnl aUlonomy will h a bit- ter ( pill. but unless It Is swal'well tie embroyo mo\ement for annzxatol tom - lea mumay gather strength until I becomes I.cslslhle. I " 11m unable authentcal ) to discover the sources or the reb ls' ( trails. Very liHe Is obtained In Cuba. I am assuet ] fNUI revolutIonary sources that the Cuban colonies al Kay Wst. Fla. . suhscrlbe n.Ooo to $10.000 we'kly to the re\olutonary cciii- milee In New York but I doubt tshather : Is paid with r'egularlty - - " OhtGAl'/.lN 'I'U ' ( ' ' , ' ' . . IHGASU'.IXH ) 1'01'1' FOIL Cll.\ Son .t FI"htl Jot' SI.'lh ) ' lt CI Ih'mnI .r t lie : II\'I.IC. KANSAS CITY , Aug. 22.-A local papzr prints the followIng : Headquarters were opened In thIs cIty this afternoon looking toward the EUCCCSS or an expedition already partially organlzell In behalf of the freedom of Cuba. The nlclus or the expel1ton con- slats or 100 pIcked ! nimen . who are ready to go al any time. The method or procedure Is secmet but the leaders , all or \ ham ate promInent say there exists ! no doubt about the transfer of the inca to the island. Or- vie Shelby son of "Ji htn ! " General Joe Shelby , Is al the head of the movemenl. He and a few or his closest frIends II Is learned , held a meeting last night lastIng untIl I :30 : this noomnlmig at \ hlch 111ans for carrying out the expelllon were sUKgesed and earnestly dlscumeei. : The following named gentlemen are said to have ben prep Inl anti to have pJlcl1atel In the conference - once : x-As8htant ProsecutIng Attorney T. A. J. Iastln , B. G. Crosby of ! flintier . Mo. , son or Hear Admiral Cmcsby . U. S. : ; , ; J. Russell Lincoln , dhtanty relatEd 10 the mmmart ) 'reil presldmt ; C l3recklnridgo of Pal- myra , Mo. . related 10 tl' ( niistlngtnishetl confederate - federate or that name ; Joseph Brooks , John Warner of I.lnneus , Mo. ( ; Wiiam Showers and others. unt Every eforl was made to throw the cloak of secrecy Iboul the meetn . Just what transplrell coull not be fuly ascertained hut I Is known that the organIzatIon scheme WHS ( till ) malued , Dagrms and lap5 or the Island and telegrals and le"ers showed direct communication with Thomas Estrada Palnia who has charge or the Cuban headquarters - Quarters for this country In New York Ciy , Heports were received showing remarllhlo interest In the movemenl so far as various portions of Kansas were concerned. Pam- phlets arid crculars concrnlng the proposed expedition will he distributed 10 out.or- lawn Inquirers through the malls by a mumyc- ) terlous Ilerson who Is 10 be known and ad- tresed as "Mr. ! Seward. " Orville Shelby Is well hUed as one or the leaders or tIme expedition. He has a reputa- ton for fearlessness acquired when sheriff of an Oklahoma county In its wIldest d3YS. "Yes ilr ; I am going to Cuba and the expedition - pediton Is already partly organIzed . " said Mr. Shelby teday. "I did have hopes thai the mater \\ouhl not gel Into the papers and 8l no use making a stir about II However , II cannot Interfere with our len who wIsh 10 go. The govrenmenl will cer- talnl ) ' not atoll In until we assume I tan I.ble rOfn and that I who we do not propose to tie.'e are going to Cuba and the means will be provided ( for so doing. There are a humlnll men In thlD city and vicinity now ready to go when the signal II given. Nearly all are young and single men and are wIllIng to make a fight fOr the great prizes and opportunitIes thai will go to Cuba's tIe- renders when her Independence Is asmrctl The tme 10 strike Is not far away. " CitiphII aunt 1..ur..I."r. . l'UHtlllI , DENVER , Colo. , Aug. 2.-The foreclosure . of the Denver City Cable' com pan ) ' . which was advertIsed to take place loda ) bas been postponed until September 10. The reason aleged for the poslponemenl was thai Messrs. Talner and Holt and other New York partn interested In the property could nol be pre-ent today. If the sale h3d taken place there were parties present prepared to offer $1,000,000 for time propemt The holders cr time floating debt or the company. however coulll not realIze anylhln on such a nle , and are proposing to carry through a planer or reorganIzation which will give them some of the securities or the new company to ( be ormneul ( The floatIng debt amounts to about $ .00o.00fl. and the bomled Indebtedness to 3000000. _ _ _ _ I'.C " ri's 11 i th , ' llhmut'L. 'I 1IIN. I DEAiVOQD. Au ! : . - ( pecI31 Tehecranm. ) -A very large forest Ore hiss been raging within two miles of this cIty fur the last two days. Today wIth a heavy rtbeu'ery : svni ; the limo was rapidly fanned toward the city and threatened serious disaster Large gang at men were Put . to work turning mho fire away from the city . and tonIght ( the dan- ger Is almosl PHt. The fire I still raging . but It Is thought It will pass Deadwoo.l. Today a special sleeper loade wIth Deadwood - wood knights left for Bostcn to attend the conclave of Jnlghts : Templar at that place lIII'1 I Cu Siu't's-euI "I\III'lh , TOlfI\ : , ICan , \ug. : : . -The vestry at Grace cathedral , parIsh of Topeka , has called He\ , Henry I. foley or Mount Vernon N . Y. , to be dean or the parish , succeedIng Re\ Frank ROBe Mlh'augh , who baa ben elected bIshop at the Iansa diocese , 't'AlClXfl . 1' 011' ' tP lhO'Ifi1t' $ lI.ilH4 S"luCur : IUI'r"UI . . 31uY.'s tl ' 'lk. . Ch. Slucur hurl lit t' Crust' C. th. SI'I'rl.tlr ) ' , WASINOTON , Aug . i2-Ex-Senator Ianderon tcdlY telegrphtl Comptroller or the Treasury Bowler that he bath ] forwarded I motIon 10 refer the whole questIon or the pa'menl at lhe edgar bounty approprIatIon to the secr'tar ) or the treasury , on accounl or the 11ecular language f the appmopria- ton , which he claims taks the mater out or the hands o the reguir accountIng om- coma or the gonrnment. ' The lanlua"o upon whltli the motion Is based Is as follows : ' 'Ihe bounty herein authorized to bo paid shal be pall upon prefntaton or such proof or manufacture amid IJrOllncton lS ! hal be requ'red In each case by the commisioner or Internal reve- nuie wIth the approval 0 , the secretary or tIre treasury antI for the iua'mcnt of such sugar bounty the secretarl- the treasury Is authorlzl to draw warrlts on the moos- ( uer or the United States for such emma as shall be necessary . whlep sums shall be ccrtlfin'ti to him b ) lie cc4unrnlsstoner or Internal - ternal revenue b ) whom the hounty shall be dlsburse . arid no bony shall he allowed - lowed or poll 10 any r'son I as IrOlea : upcn any quautty or suar less than 500 Pounds . " . I I Mr. lndeOn.M moton prevails I wi take thin question of the bounty payment en- trel out or Mr. Bowler'p iantlc.'iuile the language of time act bee nanlls ( give color for the claim hat tinsIsecretary or the treasuiry should issue wa : rants 11recth' ( on the crltcates or the commissioner or In- ternal reVEnue. I Is poInted out Ihal the lnlua e of this al1propr\aton \ Is Identical with that of Ira ( origInal lcln1eY hounty , which language was nol Itrrated either by hue last or the present aulmInlsmattoa as takIng Ihose 11shusement $ out or the hands or the reular accountng officers or the KO\'ermcnt. _ _ _ _ _ ) L11 l ( n\I ) n IXIan.\'I'I.n. 'ur n"llrt"'lt I 11.1.1' " Ch , ' Sllr ) ' nm ' hutS ( hIlltu'i''M iIst'uuiiuluit't . lt' 111"1"11..1..1. WASHINGTON Aug. 22-Speclal ( Tele- gram.-n ) the reports received 01 the War department Major Enoe' Crowder 1 : com- pletel exoer ' CI or all clrges wh'ch have recent ) . been publslw I agan-t ! hm. : General Lleber the jutigo , advocate general tcday re- celve a e nlllncaton : ! from Augustus Smllh , the heat clerk who was sl'eed to have made Ihe charges stating thai ( MaJor Crowder was not guilty or any olens . lie saId he had bee ernpita ) 'eti by the maj r to perform some dmawlng . hul that he hall receive 11amenl wllhoul any itmotest The , ccrk ! aio denIes hat he had laId the matter berore General Copplner anti asked for a setement , Major Crowder affixed his elder emenl to the com- lunlcnton or Clerk SrnIthm. , . The report manle by Major Scwan wa alN received today. 1 IS now In the omen or lie adjut1nt general Tide report Is also ve y strongly In ( aver or Major Crowder and ex- cnerates him of all blame . I can be tatet hat the cle'al or tIme judge ad\'ocate's olce as well a ! the adjutant genema's , office are very much pleased ! with tie CGurse whelm ! the major has pursued In this muter. In the opinion of the ( olcials here II Is'e' ) phlr that Major Crow < er has not comm ted any offense for which he should he eI'er ! con- sure < cr called to account - - - - - - - gltII 'I' " nl.1 Slt OhJ.tt Cn Gnl. WASHIOTO AU ! : -The recent pay- fluent of salaries al the Ah'lculurl depart- mont In silver dollars has called attentIon to the fact thai on two previous occasIons em- t'loes were , paid In gold The department books show thai on' August , 31. ) S 3. $19,000 In Holt was paid 10 emuiployee and $ ( In gold was paid to certain em-tloyeo on Augljt 15 , IS9,1. In commentIng 0.\ 'tiul' sla-tement Secretary Morton said that whIle under th ; recent payment there hail , been sirenUOU3 objecton sin the part of hole p'Iti In silver cola the prevIous IlshurHmelts or gohl mel wIth no protests whalever , He atde < that he 1011d , Ir necessar ) punt Into actual 11 actce the proposition to l'a ' ' ( ' Mexican anti hair dollars for every United States dollar when the present value or 53 cents was lowered to make the plan consistent. - - - - - Inn" > ' Cn IO\'I' Oil' ( 'nut tutu Cril" , WAShINGTON . Aug. 22.-Tiic treJlrer cf the United States Is now In communlcaton with New York bankers for the purpose or nrranglng transfers of money depoltcti In the subtreJsury at New Orleans which can he used In moving the cotton cro ) . The i amount required runs up Into the mIllions , anti the New York banker who arl'onc the money desire to avoId the ( line , expense anti risk Involved In sendIng the large amounls needed to New , Orleans. They therefore for some years have arranged with I the Ireasury 10 deposl ] ( , theIr mon < y at the I subtreasur In New York and the Trcasur department then places the amonnl of dei i posi to their crel1 01 the subtreasury at New Orlans. 1 wIll be some days yet be- fore the amountne0dedwIli be konwn. - - - - ( ) l''I < 111'1' I for N.'hirmmsl.mi 1'.tll.C'r. \VASII1NGTON . Aug. 2 rSpeclal ( Tele- ram.-The ) postmastcr at Norfolk , Neb. , was today allowed $1.00 for clerk hire durIng the current fiscal year. An allowance or $ ! Ol was also nmado to the postmaster . 31 Car- roil . 10. Dr. O. W. Hardesly was tOla ) appointed an exam In In I surgeon for the pelulon bureau at Curt anti Dr. George B. Pratt al West i'oint Neh. - A postolc ( has been cstahlaimed at Ye3ta. Pennington county S. D. . wih John LInes as post muias'er. Nebraska postolces ha\'e been dlscontnue < as follows : Cle\elan < , Hol ciunty mal wil go to Orand Rapids ; Sandoz , Sheridan county . ) mal wi go 10 Gra ) 'son . - - - - - - - Ir' ihu'L . Suit tr'1" Euiuuui5hm . VASl11NG'fON. Aug. 22.--Unofflciai Inror- maton rEceived al the Navy depJrtment Indicates - dicates that time Port Royal dry dock La nol yet all that It shou11 be , and possibly Ir an atelpt were muuntlo to docl a bIg ship like the Indiana or other first cass battleships there might be a great deal of trouble. The weak point or the clock Is al the ( rnlrance. Whet her It Is due to the soft conditIon of time Foi which surroundi the entrance or be- cause there ( Is some derect In the buIlding or the docl wi not be uulle plain untIl time olcial report of the boarl which was present 01 time trial L mantle. .Ilh'r. 1"IIIhl out 0" . n..l.r"IOII. \\'ASIINOTON. Alg , 22.-Gemiemal Cop- plunger has Inrormet the War Ilepartment that he has ordered Iwo cmpanies of tIme Eghth infantry to go into camp lt the Fort Hall Indian reservation. This acton I ' taken In response to _ rer ( entatons by the i Interior . Ilepartment that tie ( Indians have been \e.y restive since their return to thra reservation alter the Jackson's Hole urJlr , and have been represented a disposed to make trouble unless steps were Immediately taken to punish the white len who killed som of their rmurmiher . - - . ( 'muSeum Is tl " 'esterum In\'I'llol'N. W\SINGTON , Aug. . - ecial.-Pat- ) ents have been Issued as rolows : Nebraska -S'IllIam I . Farnimamn I . Dalr , veterInary ob- sletrlcal forceps ; Oeorge E. heath , CurtIs , corn planler. South flalcota-W'esley Eck- crt assignor one.hal to C. H. I'reral. Elk Point , snap hook. fowa-Alonzo U. Alohl. aegnor ! one-hal to I ) . M. hielfeim- I atlne . I.e Grand. leather foldIng maehtne ; I James W. Jambon , asIgumor one-third 10 D. i A. Jamlscn. 'ckworlh , fodder fork ; George H. Spring I.emar ' blBb rartener. SIt II ( ' "rt -i-I- ; ; ) ' Oriiert'.l , \ ' IIGTON , Aug : . -\sslstall Socre' tar ) ' lele has ordered a court of Itqulr ) ' to consist or Admiral \'alker anti Captalnra Iaulz anti Hogers to mre1 ( at the ( New York navy yards TuesdaY next to Investigate the docking or the cruiser Columbia al South- l ir lmton . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Cuil s'er hits : lt 11.t'l Smm.mui.imiIuI , \VASIiINQTON , 'ug , 22.-lnllulrles today brought cut the ( fact that Halway laU Clerk Colver of San FrancIsco has not bern suspended - pended for he . charges made agaInst Superln. tendrnt Flint . Ills case will be taken up returns when Assistant , Postmaster General Neison FIERY BATh FOR : ILWAUmE \ \ Railroad Yards Burned and Warehouse Over Districts LARGE \ AMOUNT OF FREIGHT CONSUME Pil"I..1 h ) ' I ( hue Chi' Phlll' " Be"1' tIC',1'l'rll 11.1. . , IlnlellA Xelrl ) ' III I :11101 . .r 1111rN , IL\AUln E , Aug. 22.-A fire whIch threatened to make hR\'cc equal to that \Houghl In the Thlrll ward ] three years age broke out at 1 o'clcck this nfernoon In the warehouse or the ( Coon ' Steamboat CJmpan on the Menominee rIver A thirtymnlssimid ! was hlowlng and the flames spreul with such rapidIty that there was no telling where the ) woull StOI1. The fire orlgnated ! on the Ilock or time Union comlny at the ( Heed street bridge antI Is supposed to have bemm caused : by sparks rrol a passing steamer. I hurnr.1 undereath the deck plalils at a spot about Illwa ) ' between the east amid Wet : ' enrls or the warehouse and ! gaIned such I' start before I Was Ilsco\ereJ that I In- vol'ed the whole Of the ( great fre'ght ' shed with Incredible rapidity . The buIlding was constructed entIrely ) or word , and as I bur ll I belched forth smoke like a volcano Within a few minutes the names hall hurst thlouht ( the roar ant caught to a row of S ( . Paul freight cars stal1ng just noth of the btnlltilng. The Union Steambal corn , pany's buiding was GOO feet In length ( and In II were thousands or tons of freight . all ( f whch ! were detr'ed whim the burd'ng. hour which , was li ashes In ices than haIr 11 Over COO freIght cap belongIng to the ( St. Paul company 111 In process of being loaded or ready to smIp were soon en\elcped In Ilamnea. the fire jUI\ln ! rrom one bumlhdluig O' line or cars 10 ano her so rapIdly ! list ( ( lii' company's emplo'es did not have tmo to remove many of them out or the line cf Iho fire which was swepl before the wInd rrom the sOllhwesl 01 a lively rste. Wihin a hell hour ater the fire broke cut 'n the steamboat rre'ghl hcu"e ( lie WlscJlsln Cetrl rrelght mouse just north of the river all 300 reet II length was totally testroy,1 ThIs lIke the others was flel with froghmt ! . and a large numLer or the eompany's C1 stondllg near' al lie time were l'estreyc. ' GOOn OOO FOil FIRE. In a few minutes after the ( fre'ght cors began bmnrnmug lire broke forth rrom the cupola at the oil and IrelFe elt Ihlshment of H. J. De1ale ) & C3. emu Third strcet. a hai block from thl traclls where the burning cars stood. Following I this the ( plumb ng es- tahlshment I ( g. T OJyle on SeeJnd street was lulclly destroyed and the walon shop 0' Ii. C. Trlnknor adjoInIng took fire sereral times . hut was punt omit each tme , and seemed : n a fir way to stnd. A row of FI11 frame dwelling house on Fowler I street directly oppose the St. Paul freight hioussbetuveeni SecJnd mind Third strees. look Ore one after the other and were destroyed. The ccntants were able to ! el nearly ] all their furnIture cut before the heat and sucke droYI them bacl The 111n freight house cr the st. Paul company. extending from the soulhwesl cofl , ncr or Fowler and S coJd to Third cor had a very close call . but was FaveJ. 1 Is I a low brick building ant the lames pseii over I anti tool the rrame structures aC"QS the street All the movable valuables In the freIght bounce however were husted omit at a lively rte In anticipation of the burn'ng 0 : the bunIdIng. The burned territory extends from West Water strael along the river front up to the Sixth Street vladucl The princIpal buldlrgs bured , not Inchimd- Ing the frame I\elngs. were destroed on r'owler ant SEcond streets and were as rol- bait : Union Steamboat compny's ware- house : Anchor line warehouse : Penns'I\anl. railroad freIght house ; Wisconsin Central freight houim-e ( owned b ) the St Paul ' eom- luau ) ' ) : part of the Prlz31at warehouse ; De lney oil warehouse ( damaged ) amid E. T. DOl's plumbig hop. The stpamer New Yorlt or the Erie line hall a narrow escape ( rain detructon. 1 was mocred JUGt wet or where the tire orlgl- nmateti but fortunatll ) ' It had steam up , crud Quickly puled omit or hum's way tine crew In ' the meantIme keeping time side and decks sell wet down with smal streams rrom the mieamnems So Quick were the tames to take the freight house of the Wjsconsln Cenlral company . the employes were unable to close their safes or rescue their valuable records , and all these were destroyed with the building. The company - pany also had two loaded freight trains In the yards lt the tme of between Iwenty anti ( weny-five cars each and theSe coull not be hauled out or the way ali were destro ) d , Whie the fire wa In progress Joseph Ic- Manus. a son cr Declectve ( Wiiam McMarmtms of the cly police force was run over by an engine and instantly killemi. The boy had gone to see time time , ant was trying to get across the street when the ncchlent occurred. He was 8 years old. EXTENT OF TIE DA I.\OE. The five freight warehouses burned were owned by the Chicago , Milwaukee & Sl. Paul Railway company , as were the docks , corn- prlslng 77,000 square feel The railway of- Iclals claim there was very little . freight In the warehouses anti the thlrt-tve cars burnet , mint shippers and brokers are prepar- Ing claims for thousanlls or barrels of tour , sugar oil all general merchandise which wIll probably aggregate over $250,000. The total loss wi be nearly $400,000 The loss oC the ( WIsconsin Central Railway company on rrelght house No. 7 Int contorts or about eighteen rrelghl cars Is estimated at $50.0l0. and Is ( emily covered hy Insurance. The los of the SI Paul CmpJny on brokers warehouse No I and contents was estmatel ] al $20,000. Fall 10 he Insured. The contents or the steamboat companies warehouses wee covered by a wet blanket Insurance polc ) ' . This makes the steambQal comp , nles responsible for goods for which hey fat given rlcelpts. The Unwn line loss cannot he ascertained unll It Is known how I much freIght the down.bound steamer , New York carried away before ( lie fire. The loss or the Anchor line Is about $ S0,000. The loss on Its bulh1n ! Is $1&.000. The blllllgs of ( ! Anchor lne , the UnIon hue , anti the \\'ieconbt.'m Central warelmusein . were o'\'ned by the ChIcago . , llwaukee & Sl. Paul Railroad . road compan _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . \I lul" tur 1 ? il4't'ui 'r"NI. SAN FRANCISCO , Aug. 22-The Union Irorm'oiks com pan ) ' . which built the cruiser Oympll , Is \ry auxlous that lr war ship shah lower Ihe recon ] of the ColumbIa when shal she steams out of here this week 10 Join the AsIatic sqimadron. To that "nt Ihe company has offered to place sixty men al the dls- posal or tIme Navy departmenl to assIst Iii making time trip IrvIng M. ! Scott . presldenl or Ihe company. sailed for Japan last week I' hId on contracts for the consruclol : or a nUlber or war Chili ) ! anti II Is supJosel thai ho Is de'lrous "r having the ( Qlympia muke a record breaking . tllll m across the ocean for the moral effect such I perrormance woulll have on tim' Jepimnese government. \'A1'IIhNGTON . Aug 22.-The offer or the ( Union Iron works of San Francisco I to furnilsim rurnlh sixty men to sliced the OlympIa acres the Paclto wIll not he accepted by the Navy de. parmuien ( and Ol ) 'ruupa ! wIll make Its trip to Japan at the moderate speed usual to vessels - eels or lie na\'y. . I'h.u\'rlur 'Iurrl. nl'I.I , NEV hAVEN , Conn,1 Aug. 22.-Ex.Gov- ernor L , L. MorrIs was round unconscious tn hIs office at 10 o'clock this nion'ning Doctor who attended pronounced It a case of \erll } anti worked over him for an hour , but he reo mslned unc n'e'ous when he was taken home. le died at 3 o'cbock I'AiSlG ! flItS AI.I. OOK 1'1' COO ! . 'I'ruummntu'rreui fromutl.t'Si imid lug ! h' , , , " 'It but . \n , Slpaims or I'nll. . LONDON , Aug. 22.-Mrs. ! Seamen or ! I. waukee talking over the sinking or the Sea- forth wlh I rcpresent3tvo ot the Assoclatell ( press , ull : " 1 was seatetl on the ( port ride or the lleck wlh ( m ) mother anti comm just 11' rare the colllon , There was 1 heavy fog Over the channel 8111denl ) the Lion .eemell 10 ( rIse like a phantum rrom the water. Then there was I crash alll every one was thrO\ ( , down al time deck , hunt there was no panIc .1111 even the ( womel pnsseumgemn wee Qulct. I host e\'er'thll excllt I lmammdb.ug. " Mr. John lleasby or Pimllatlelphla , another or the passengers , saId thai the SUI was shimmIng : brIghtly dimmIng the early part or LImo Searord's trIll hnl she Cenlualy ran Into I heavy ) ' fog baumk Mr. ileasby amlileti : "Time engines were elowemi tiownm , but site still seenmieti to be going too fast , considering tlmim tlmtck weather. I was sitting orm tlmc' starboard - board ! uie of time tieck anti nmmy w ifo anal son were on the port sIde miear lo ( tic' place vlms-re tIme LIon o'enmttmahly etrtmrhc tine Seaford. I bmearti three whmItles ouimmdeti almmmost m'ighmt ahnetuti of mis an i a rmmonmment later there was a terrIble crash anti we uere all thmrouu mm to the tleck by ( ho force of time collIsIon between ( he Seafortl anti the Lion which was evhiemutly time vessel which had Iteen wimLsttimig tuimoitl of mis , The calttalni w'ms ; cool anti anmmihlnug anti ordemeti the mules to go to time forwarti boats. which hmati been miismmmieti ready to take ( bonn off , bmmt the Lion cammme ahoageltie arid time has- sengers ateppetl frrmu ( ho Seafarti ommio her ticck. 'l'ime sea was as smmmootlm as glass , \e lost all vo hind wIth ums ann-i a'lmenm we hut time mmmatter before time agent of ( hue moteanmmshmilm at New haven lie neiitl we mad umo redress for ( his- loss of omnr htagage , mis time slnmklnug of time Seifcrtl was arm 'act of h'rovitlemmco , ' burt ( lila Is a qunestlon which will be Pint to a legal test , I tilti not hear a bell rlumg cii time Ltoii. " LIeuitnmsrmt T. Itirham-tisonr of time tlnitc'ti Stat eg nimniyVhiUse host is at Fort Leaven- uvomthm , Eani. , another of time passenigers of time Seaforti , gave thn following accoumnmt of his experiences , auyinmg : "I wan mtltttnig In thmo smacking u's-ama writIng uimen there was a crashm , hichm ( himownb from nmmy chaIr , I went on tlrck , where theme was but hitth panic. i few mmmeni es-entoil Inclined to rmuuhm forward , limit they tvore quickly humess.i bide , Several persons weme Inurt wimtle ; asslng from thut uiek of time Seaforii to time theck of tIme LIon. wlmit'lm mu ahorignimie of us soon after tIme cohhiion. Everybotly on ( team-ti put on life preservers. Aftpr time paaeu'nmgers were macfe on tIme tieck of time Liorm nmiany of tIme latiles faInted. ' ' 3miOli4 ASIUPOSSIIIIfl IGaltl ) . - ' uumei'r of A fahmnumi ' .Vum iris Emughum umsI Ii , hii.t'ugmmlze ru 3hlmilstt'r hi l.nmiuhimum. LONDON , Aug. 22.-Although ( lie greatest secrecy Is oitser'eti on ( lie subject 1mm oihiclal circles , ( he Associmmtetl liresa .Itfln asceralmmcti that ( hue story which time Chronicle prInted thIs mnmormminmg megamtilng time reason wit > ' Shiazamia Nazrimhia ICiman , time secormti son of time amimeer of Afghanistan , does imot return inonmue is virtually corrcc ( . 'rIme Cimrommicie says : "it Is repometi fm-omit a good soumrce that time aims-er has forbidulen ( he elmmm7atla (0 retimmim untIl lie lots secured ( ho commsenu ( of Grcat hirialn ( that ( ho amneer be olihclally represented in Lommtiumu , lie ticaim'es to tieal milrc-ctly vitlm ( ho gos'ernnmienm ( immstoani of timrougln ( lie viceroy of immdla , This immupos. eible denuuanti Is supposed to exphalmm Lime simazaila's hang stay. " Accortlirmg to time Information obtaineti by time Aseociatc'ii press a few weeks ago time shmmzada vielted time queen at Vi'Indaor castis anti personally lnformuuai her nmajesty ( hat It was time amnmeer's nit-sire (0 be diplonmnatIcaihy represeniteti at Lonmdon Immoati of dealinmg t-lth time BrItish government timromnglm ( he vIceroy of lntilmu. Time shazatia expecieti aim Inmmetilate answer , but her rmuajesy replleul that site could not decide wIthout consultIng her mInIsters. Last wes-ic time sinazatla me- celved a definIte refined anui ( lie moituatloni mmow Is tmmulmleaeant , If lint serious , n time refusal auuiomnmmme to a snub to ( hue anus-er , arid it Is timought ( lila mmiay affect ( lie relations imetween Great BritaIn anti Afghmanlsmmn , TIme ehmazatla , however , starts for hmonmie , via l'aris , next week , - Slut hteuul' to Cliii iii It u't'uui I t hun. NE\V YOt1IC , Aung. 22-Sitanmisim rcsltienmts in this city were consitierably worketi imp today over time report ( ( mat Thomas Estratia l'alma , huresithont of ( ( me Cuban mevoluntiomiary party In ( ( mis cotintry , Intentieti to ask ( he tlmiltetl States govertmmmient (0 recognize ( its- recently organized republic of Cuba antI to grant bellIgerent rights to time instnrgene Prcsltien ( l'alnna , wimerm seen this aftermmoonm , said ( lint sucm an annmommnicemimenm ( was premnia- Lure , its the pmovmnmcmal rovemnmnnent was imot yet thomoumghiy organized anti time Insurgents vero riot yet In possession of a soaboarui town. W'hllo ito would riot disclose his IntentIons. It was quito evident that time Uumieii Stales tvomiiti , at ( I.e prop-sr ( line , recognmIze time attitiuimt of bellIgerency umssunmntd by tine In- stnrgents , _ _ _ _ _ h'iussi'mmgt'rs Cliii nun lint nmulmg.5. LONDON , Aug. 22.-Time manager of time London , Brighton & South Coast raiimnnmul tins recel'ed rio notice of clalmns numaile by the Amnemtcan passengers of ( lie new hiavon uhieppe seammcr Seafotl , sunk In collision with ( lie freIght steamer Lyon on Tuesulay afternoorm , fur conimluensailon dime wIll ito de- cidect by the adrmulmahy court , which will 1mm- utmiro Inito time caimsemi of time disaster , Time London , llrlghmion & Soutim Coast railroad , whmlchm also owns the steanusitip itmme to whmlcim both vessels belong , loses $300,000 on time sInking of time Seaford alone. S m , u ul enu s-u , ru' rs 'I'ui I I. I img' h'oI I I It's. SIOUX FALLS , S. I ) . . Aug. 22.-SpcIal. ( : ) -Miss Lillian M. Fisher , state cerreiry of the South Dakota ChurisIan Endeavor ummlon , has issued a cIrcular to time thifferent socIeties , anmnotmniclng ( hat time eighth anmnmtnal Cimrlstlami Endeavor conm'entIon Cf title state wIll be he'd in Iteifielui Sepcnubor 26 to 29 , Inclumsive. The crcuular immcluienitahiy tatea Limit at ( lie mialonmal convention recently itelti at Liostcmm ( lila state was mepresenteil by 139 thelegutemu , Time total number of mimenutbors of time Chrlot'ani Emmtlemovur societies In South lalcota Is 6,000. As mm IndIcation that time young peOIiO ) intend taking an active part in ( lie IOlltiCe of thus stale , ( he fo.lownng ( mono ( he circular is taken : "Shah cur state stanmti for Chmrstian citizemi- shut , barr Inug out ( hue hlthumor ( rathlc ? Shnahh we mmiake the law anti enforce It ? Dear frienda , make these questIons personal. " The fact ( hat tIme question of conntltumtlonmah liroimibiton wIhI courts- nip before the people of time stale. In Novenmiber lends force to time mouiiposltiofl ( hat tIme above qnmotaIomm ( miens ( lint lime youmng lOOPie will declare In favor of prohibItion. Fo'uhu'rmm I Comirrt % 'criiumuu' , SIOUX FALLS , S. D. , Aug. 22.-Speclal. ( ) -The immense amount of business before ( he United States cotnrt hero will keep ( ( mat bouly bunsy umnttl the nmltltiio of Selutonnuijer. Time next term of UnIted States court in the Deatiwood tiistric ( is set fcr September 1 , so it wihl ovltienmthy be necessary to auijomnmn that ( ermmm untIl later. The feadtrooti term will probably cormvenme about October 1 , amid if ( hum business there cannot be dlsposeri of 1mm a mnonthm a recess will probably lie taison ninth the latter par ( of November. 'rho PIerre term xvII cnvenc Immmnuueilatciy aftn' time 1)eail. \uoa(1 term. Alnmed 2'I. Castle was sentenmceii ( o ten tlays in the hhrule county jail anti to laY a tine of $50 for selling liquor to inullamm' . S Shut hihmumioplf 'I'imroumu.clm hhim' Itt-art , CLEVELAND , Aug. 22.-Cyrus B. Cammmeron of Coluinbils , 0 , conminilted suIcide by sinoot- log iulmnnelf througim ( hue heart in ( lute \Veultlel ( mouse ( lila rmnormmlng. _ _ _ _ hus.'muut'ui t of ( ) t.ii ii Steum uuuu'm's A uuu. 22. At Queenstown-Arrlvetl-lJrIannilc ( , fronm New York for LIverpool , At Ihamhurg-Arriveni-Palatla , ( morn New York , 20th ; halIa ( , from New \'orlc. At iirumerhma yen-A rrl veui-L.ahmn , from New York , 'ia Southampton. At New York-Arrlved-Oernnanlc , from Ltverpooh , At San Francisco-Depamed-Marlposa ( , for llonoitmhtm smith Sytiney. At Ioterdann-Arrlved---Amsterdam , from New York , TRAIN ROBBER CAPTURED One of the Gang Whicil Robbed the Ovor4 lalld Taken , CAUGHT IN THE NEBRASKA SAND 111113 UI her > lu'nuuhut'rs u t I iii' Ritual limliuid tu Hst'ui lt , Its .thI 'I'rmu'e of 'I'lmi.mmi him hh't'ni lust , GOTilENlittliG , Neb. , uig. 22.-Special ( Telc'srammm.-Iepumty ) Sheriff Sluaiml tnnigmt ( brought him a mmmamm glIimg mis mmmc as Os- . ( ranier , anmti jailed lulmnm on tue charge ot beIng commmmeetetl wltim ( InsOvt'mlanui hmoki.up. I he was e.uplnmmeti iii ( lie smummti Inills t1fcri mimiles north. NO11TII PlATTE , Nda. , Aug. 22.-Speclal ( Telegmammm.-\'ord ) receiveth at 6 o'clock front Sheriff Miller's iosso is ( hint time trail o ( lie robbers was lost 1mm tire nipper Wilti liorso valley Iii Lincoln cotnnmy. ( 'l'imo sheriff's huOSSm > Is stili Iutmslnlmig on to ( mc' muorthnw eat 1mm tIme hopes of Inmtemceiutlnig time mmmcmi on time ilsmnutmi. hiati time elmerlff of Logerm coumnuty rcsponthuat to time reqtmcst sermt imlnmm ( lie mmlghmt of ( ito robbery mmiii atartt'ti out with hIs lumen tlmo rohubers woumlt.i imave bocnm inerooIit.'ii ( nnt $ caimumreni ( hula mumomnmlnmg at time latest. Iehutm ( Sheriff iCeiilmer expresses great Inut1igniatho at time show work of ( limmid > "s simerhff. Another courier fromnm ( hue mrorimwcst ( par ( of time county chutes ( lint itickets imavo been stIonioui ( at 'ariomms huolnmts on ( lie Gmrhlmthil : " ( ibics" all nay vutchulmmg for time roiuberu to cross. Oni these tables a Inoreemaim comihti be scent 1mm numost places for five or six mumlics , If time robbers dlii miot cross thuase tables hast. nuigint they viil evItlcnuly nttemnmiut to tie s ( onmlghmt. Four horses eqmnippeti for riding were Chulhipcti ( onuiglm ( fronum this poitmt (0 Gothmena. burg to unso In ti.o seamcli. 1(011 II Rh S it ihO'l' ) A hi H'm'iC'l'I V H. .1 ii iii ii t. ii fm'u , iii I Iii' 'I' i'ui I ii mm ii ul Iis en ii . 't him thi- 'ucuis _ GItANI ) RAPIIS , MIchm. , , Aug. 22--Two irmen answering limo description of tine Fermn- yule tm-aiim robtuers bojricui a Lake Shore ( ruin at 1)orr , etgtutecmm mullen mumumhm nuf ( life. cIty , this eveimiimg mmmii rothe to Eagle \1lhls three nmihies out of tow mu. 'rime ( r.uininnmenm notl. us-ti ( lie htoilce mmmii otllcers were sent out tG hunt tiuenn Imp. Time ) ' vero hot founuil until ( hey Imatl walkcul into ( Ito cty anti imoardeti a Granti ibmiultls & immiilunma : tm-alum. IeccL Live George \ ' . l'ow-ers boartii'ti ( he ti aIim ba. fore It was oumteiuhe ( lie city hunts nail at- tenuhutel to liaco the mmuenm under arrot. Bath dmew revolvers mmmi tlreti , one hun let lctign iii tIme hetcctlvs-'s brain , Tle : macmm thefl julnimlmed fm-cnn the tralmu amid made Limo r es. cape. Time entIre pcilce force and all lila deputy aimcm'lftst are after thiemmm autl .lLJ. thought time > ' vIll surely be overtalsemu ij2for ninoi'nnlng , l'owcrmm caumniot lIve , PIILEM iI'I IiltOICHN Oti'l' A Fit iSI1 &i'tthem'mu Ii.'mise ls.u' > ihuInig h1t'1uimi ituid 1"m > ' lam' 'h'luu.Iu' lI i'M. IENVEII , Aug. 22.-A specish to time Newa from Spokanme , Wash. , says : Ramu has been fnllhmmg at intervals slum-hug the past twa niayn tenmipomarlly chocking ( hue forest fires , lot now ( lie fiammme.a hmuve : agalnm broken cml afresh Many canmhOrs anti iurosimecters who bavo lieemu out In thmc. . forests are arr-Iv mug hmuir daily arid tell ( hurllliung stories of being over , tmmken lay time Ilerco rmmsim of ( lie flames an compelled to flee for safety. hnnmmuensu ( roe which Imavo eoof'for cemmtunres sunceummnb to tIn destroyer. Timuno who mayo winme.moe-i th lin-esent fires say that tIme ualghmt of timeQ huge blazimmg trees as they topple ut-i'm with a umohuuo of ( hunuuher ; iresenits mu scene bottm grant aniti terrible. Anmhummals of every kInd comm b seen flying before ( hue flamnues anti 1mm mum nerou lnmstanmces nicer , hecoummlng bew'hiuioroi with frlglm ( , wIll ( mm and rush lmeadlcng .nito th fmnmnmuco of theme. I'm-test lake In uuertlmemnm lulahmo Is n iv sur rotmntied by time fires amid the ettier at- commulmelled to heave nmearly evoryiuing ( haebln annti escipe In boats by vay of time hake. 04 ( ( itt Salmon river ( lie mIners have manic thult way ount by trail to time railmoatl at North4' port , leaving their catminis and effects huhmin It will hue moevimial weeks before the ( ra1n ; onm ( lie Mullen liranmcm ! of ( he Nortimemmu l'acflQ ! vlii be rur.mminmg , owhmmg to tIme long bridge being bummnmeti out. SVhOhilI htHI't'ihIICASS'Il.t. . IIOl'D I Ii l nnolsu 3ft'uui lt'u'ssif ( Ii. ' lemu gumo ' % Viil liii t- . ' Ii Stub , Couisu'sut i.uu. ChICAGO , Aug. 22.-Secretary W. S. llusantler of the Swediim Itepumbhlcanm heaguo of Illinois has cahleti a meetIng tif the exeemmtlve conumimuitlee of tine hcagmro at Galesburg - burg , itnngust 24. 'rime full comnmnnmIt5'e , rep. reeeiitlnmg every coummuy 1mm ( ho tate , hmna mslgnifieui its lnemutlon of beimmg Iume'mut. 'rime leading Sweiilshm-Amnericanm editors and iu nmunnj her of other umotaitles will nnlso talte iar ( 'rime humsimnesuu of time mmuecimiguill iJe to or1 range ( or the comuvontlomi of time league Marcit 9 , 18)6 , not ito'kford , to ouitmme a policy on ( hue silver questIon to be reconimmn'nm'leil to the heagmuo anti to numiuko hureltrmuiomms for ( h Sae anui imalonah Cumniihaitis of 1SIJ6 * hCmi usmumis it uuighitu-4 Stuii'l fume Iloslonr , TOi'EICA , Kan. , Aug. 22.-Five im'mntlretl Icnmights Tempiar. being time grammul corn- mmutnticry of hcanmsaui , left 'for hiostoni over time S'ania ( Fe route this aftemnonnm. Time tra'um is tiiviuiei In two sections , each gumily decorated arid ( mummmlslmeti in thusgmanutiemit at'o htamooIble , Time foilowlnig granmuh olilctems , alum rig uthners , are Includeti 1mm tIme party : htohert H , 'roN rlnmgttmn , miglmt enilmient gruunmd c'omnitmuanuler \'ihiiatmm C. hloInume's , very onmm1rmont tiehut ) granmi comnnnmmtnnler ; V. C. CiutuiTco. emnminenit grand generalissimo ; George Ii. Jenihinis : , cmiii- rout gmanuti cahutairm general ; S. H. llmmrser , emmmlnen ( granmul him-elate ; Ruiwarti I ias , oral- nc'rmt gm-anti senior war'iemm , Marslul'mu MIII- tar ) ' bzunui of fifty-six pieces vill trve. on time so rim e ( rat rm a mmii mommy wonim s-nm amid hm II : reim will accompanmy time elm hinnighits. Li'm.cIumni of hnmou' ilu''tmu ethI'u'rs. DE'rItol'r , , ug. 22-'l'hto bieniniai1 election of sunpronmie efilcermu wmme held tnt td > 'mu sea- slon of time euimrcmno coummcli of ( lm i.eglon of Ilommir. it resulted 1mm time re-clecion of ( us- foilowlnmg : Supronme comnmnanmier , Jolmnm M , ( iwlminmell , Now Jersey ; vice coummumianuherV. . N. Iavenport , Massachnisotte ; orulorV , 0. Mansflt'lti , CalIfornIa ; secretary , AmianumVar - nor , New York ; treasurer , George W. Ken- nirick , Jr. , Pennsylvania ; clmaulaInm , Dr. Chmarhea C , IIitlumg , Marylauuul ; general counselor , Jnimrm Frankllnfort , New Jersey : rnemilctai ex ammulner , Dr. J. Fosle'm' hush , Mamoaactmusets. ( Scum mInor anuenmdnments regarding Limo in- num'ance feature of Lime order u'ere remi anti a committee appoInted to prepare mu new ritual. lIuffalo will be tIme lilacsof hold mg ( ins- next bIennial rmueetlng p - (1 ri Suu..ui fuum hlri'mielm uuf i'ronuu Ise' , I SAUNA. Kamu. , Aug. 22.-Timonmmaa Wicker. . sham. a young business mnmuur irne' , imas brought suit for $5,000 damniagmus agimimist 1.llsa Coma Ahart for brearia of promise , W'Icker. uuhaimm In hula hueultlomm ailega that MIca Aimar in F'ebrumary , 1S91 , iurommmtsemi tO marry hIm5 iJut later uprimniel hula muttcntlon glue has5 limo polItico ( oilier alleges , gIven taint u fenr 'a hmanuinnr.ue stranger , aUhulmOaed to be ramohn owner fmuonu Colorado , "