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SHOW SPLENDID POPULIST QAIKS.
Side Lights on the Situation Where
the Populists Have Been at Woik
They Have Won tbe Battle.
Harri-on Klected by Ieiiicratio
The machine Democrats were votfd
for Harrison, the goldbug Dumocrati
supported him solidly, and the old party
combination in Douglas, Lancaster,
Cass, Otoe, Gage and soma other roue
tie9 defeated Holcomb. Neverthelies
57 out of the 90 counties gave Holcomb
a majority. The Populists last year
carried 41 counties, the Republicans 40,
and the Democrats it. This year the
Populists won in 57 counties the Repub
licans In 25, and the Democrats in 8
counties. Fusion of the old parties in
the large cities and towns was tbe price
of Republican victory. Next time it
will Dot succeed.
Seward county went Republican
through tbe votes of the Democrats.
The Democrats slaughtered their tick
et to ensure Republican success and the
defeat tf the Independents.
Our candidates in Frontier county
with the exception of judje and sheriff,
were electee1 over the Republican and
Democratic fusion ticket.
Phelps county went Independent by a
handsome majority, losing but two men
on the ticket. Hoicomb's majority over
Harrison was 445, out of a to'al vote of
1888. The Democrats voted solidly for
the Republican nominee for clerk and
elected him. Tbe Democrats and Re
publicans are boasting of their union in
Nemaha and Box Rutte counties went
Independent for the tirsf. time.
The People's ticKet made strong
gai09 in Lancaster county, one of ti e
chief strong holds of Republicanism,
and elected their candidate for f-heriff.
Holcomb carried Custer Co. by about
1,'iOOi majority and th entire Inde
pendent ticket was elected.
Harlan county elected the entire In
dependent ticket by about 200 majority.
The Independents made splendid
gains in Adams county, nearly elec'iiig
their county ticket.
Cherry county has probibly elected
the entire Independent ticket.
Ib Hamilton eounty Harrison's rote
was 1,120, Hoicomb's, 1,1SW and Irvine's
only 271. It was a solendid victory,
showing tbe Independent p irty to have
nearly as many vote as both old parties
combined. Tho Independent fain over
a year ago was lfC. Judge Stirk was
re-elected in spite of the Facial effort
of the railroads and combined effort of
old ptrty Kliticians to defeat hiiu, the
(KHiple giving him ITU more vouu than
he secured in MM.
Otoo county shows the tine ltu'lan
hand of J. Sterling nud tho Adminis
tration. Th l moprats snt the nrin-
j cipil riunty tftlws, and pld for thee
by v.ttlui; Harrison. Harrison's ma'
jority in fcmaeratle nunfy bring .
lu Ca county there ws tho sann
supHrt of liai i Uon by iiuny hundred
D in writ.
Furntts cot-nty PupullU'loeu,l tlielr
inllre tlkt euvipt County Huperto
unilent Sticoiid term eaii.lUUte on
the IVipuHut tU-k-t wr ruturtifd by
llutkr county gi lndep'i'liiit by
aWtt 270 nj'ifjiy.
Kilmore county guv lfoktmb in
majority but h U ubHt'aii Umk th
couaty ofhe, prubihly ith lV'ii-
In Hall county tha A. P. A. ndom-4
the whole lUpuUic ticket, and an
ui eoldirrt Umu. 'jrm.'d by tho (
puhlieaai In vtt thlr tick t, wi ft
of thtdr rnahlnery, With this hvly
tnm relljtUhte and ptrUiUo prvjudU
they ut thnre.
Coifaf vouaty Indoji-udjaU
their caaJUUto for sheriff, ad Ike ooro-
LJNCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1C, 1S93.
nor and one commis ioner, but the cor
oner was indorsed by Hie Republicans
and the commisiot)er ly the I -mio-cruts.
Little Keya Paha county gave Hol
comb :i;i3 votes, Harrison lol, Irvine 81
and Bittenbender 12.
Dodge county gave Holcomb a ma
jority of votf . 1 1 wont Democratic
on county officts.
In Brown county the Irdiiendfcnts
made gains In vry precinct, and elect
tbe clerk, coroner and surveyor.
In Antelope county tho Populists
took every thing except tue otfic of
clerk, aud perhaps theoflice of surveyor,
their candidate and J. L. Seek y having
an equal number of votes.
Holt, Gosper, Kearney and Nance
counties oh'cUd the entire Indeen-
Koith county elected the lndexn
dent ticket except treasurer at)d super
thitlro Independent ticket, except
superintendent and judge, elected in
Buffalo Independents fill all ofliees
Diwson county polled largt st voto iu
its history. Average Independent
Valley couuty elected tbe Populint
ticket in full except, tho clerk, and by
Polk county gave Holcomb 1.1 17 votes,
tbe three other parties combined cast
ing only &09 votes. All Indeoendent
candidates were elected by IWO to .100
The Independents held their own in
Nuckolls county. TbeJRepub'.icans and
I) imocra's formed combinatlonsagainst
several of the Independent caudldtfeH.
Comuisbioner, clerk and sheriff wero
elected by the Independents.
A People's party victory in Boone
couuty. An increase of the Populist
vote of 100, all county ofliees except
coun'y superintendent la their Lands,
and no fu?iou candidates among them.
That's the wy to get them.
Greeley couniv Populists have elected
sll the cmmlsflo cm, tho clerk and
S'anton county made 1'opHlist gains
of fifty to 100 votes but is still Republi
can. The entire county Independent ticket
is elected in Sherman county. Hoi
comb's was more than double the vote;
of all others added together.
York county Populists elected thoir
candidate for treasurer.
Howard couuty elected n en'ire In
dependent ticket exeeot judgo, which
is secured by the Republicans.
In D.iwes and S'oux counties tho In
dependents tacked harmony and lost
ground as the result. Got together anil
work fcr principles with men made
subservient. Tne Independent publish
es that reliable information has bden
received by It that the railroad men a:l
along tho line were instructed to vote
againet. the People's ticket.
Perkins county gave llolco'nb 2M
plurality, and 14.1 majority over t!o
sducd votes of all other parties.
Lincoln county Independents elected
their entire ticket except candidates for
ju lge and uiMriBtndent. I
Saunders coun'T independents td-cted j
almost their entire ticket, all the prln- j
Loup county turned down tholt ipub
iietns and ttlectd almost tu full In
dependent ticket. Th Itipuhlk-aus
getting oulv the surveyor and on torn
uiIcd'ouci'. Wk are glad t jnotfl that Linooln citi
zens of all parties a to reilsUag tho ev
tortioo of the Udephotm tnonoitoly,
Wheoitis maoifetiy a j iei o of
noney loos. partiauhlp 1 forgottu
and o'ifi-eP.U durji'uticed by all.
W-ANTKO-lo rmt or l-te a wall ha !
..l 1 I - ... . .l.l
("tiii'M mrn i rumiu ni'urMin, nil
2.0 tu ;i'4l acres in cultl tou. (JjtJ
bud ;nrf ni ttdtoid rvlleg oa
tUl li'iia'iia reference, fivui d
?i lotion and parttculsrs to T. t'. Jt.t
HKIK, r'tba, Nub. 2.'t2
St lal rrenuwiM Orfer !
in ....... . . II . , - I..V.I..
lu tnn Tin'u KB iiu( in tn tar go
lUt uf yearly subscribe r Ij TH AtU
kSit Im'ltfPMNT botacra th IHa
dtv of IK Uib.r and tbe lit day of Jtu.
1 will h p a thoroughbred l.rke
Kavtiaa IWrkiUtraiig.etiberMi, wjrih
not 1nm thai t- fe'.
J t H it WltiLUSMH.
Wi mv if it mK
i n u i inu in i i Liui
k Ntw Collector and Surveyor for Kansas
WITHEES AND b'AEEISON WHHEES,
The Latter a Brother of Ex-Pitsident
Harrison The E tire Missouri Coo
gressional Delegation Downed,
Work on tttn Tariff MaHuren.
Waiiivoto.n, Xov. 15 Webster
M li 1ht fur collector of internal
revenue of the Sixth Missouri dbtriet.
and .1. N:olt Harrison for surveyor of
the port of Kunsas City, were two of
thi- appointment made public by
1 rcMilent Cleveland t -day. They
were lM)t'i of them not unexNeted,
but the a ilierents of the otlier us ir-
nntsdidnot give up hope until the
boiictiu was given out.
The appointment of Withers was
rurfde over Tillery of Clay county, who
hud the backing of Senators CoHcrell
and Vest and the entire coiigrchsional
delegation.- J he principal baeke' of
W ithers was Wit ten MeDoiuld, eilltor
of the Kansas City Tine s
There is every reason f r believing
that the two appointments w ill start
such a war in Jackson county as was
never known aud will result in the
overt hrow of tho old push, because of
splits sure to follow the turning down
of that faction. The presence of two
private telegrams in the official reo
ordsof the fight for the internal reve
nue eolleetorsliip, inserted probably
ir. 'dvertently, will insure the disrup
tion which has long been threatened.
These two telegram tell their own
story. Roth bear date of last week
and are apparently personal telegrams
addressed to Wkten McDonald and
how they came to hud lodgement in
the treasury department records no
one can tell. One is signed "The
Times" and the phraseology is here
You Iiave vot the Tiirstioy crowd whipped
Kvurytxxly pltmeil WUereuun wo ruurb yout
The other telegram is signed by the
present editor of the Times, I). J. Half,
All of flw Tarrnioy crowd Is InriiirsliK With-1-rn
anil in turn exui tlu nwl wivlmr In
dorKiiiriitnt lor Hiirns. TliiH In it shrewd Hunk
mtv:i(ii.tit. nn Uin pirt nl thft Tnrnpy
to help U:irns. Cir.lle should be wurni-ii
J'he telegrams confirm all the ru
mors that have long been current here
concerning internal dissensions in the
Democratic, par.y and are received as
evidence of th most cone uive char
acter that th',) warfare will now be
Mr. Tarsiiey is not aware of the
existonen of the telegrams. An effort
Hir-.iii.tde to see him to dav. but ad
mittance was r fused to all comers at
the ways and inans committee room.
Scot;. Harrison, otherwise John
Sentt Harrison, is a brother of liv
President Benjamin Harrison and is
younger than the ex-president. lie
in-quired distinction by bHng a Demo
crat brother of a Itepnbiiean presi
dent, und added soin to his fame by
refusing to hold, or at all events not
h 11 u '
He is in
t!ie real estate business.
s.oi ;s one of the few real date men
in Kansas City whns. fortune wus not
iiuii.iiieil after theeloseof tin'
ti itt- t.f 'V.',e.lmjl'
jiii! trmeiit ;im! did llot tn-.' r,.
gleil in wit-l s eeu'aliori.
Web- t' r ii h' i s as r-..
e Hint''. Alter the war, d..;-i
he served in the Confederal." ,
me to Ki(tifisCity nod v ps
,i . a el'-rU in the Kansas City
i - Clay
t si-hii.in. Ki nee then he has been
Kipio ed in diiVereiit linaueial
eiieiiif and is a man of huge wealtli.
THE NEW TARIFF !:ILL.
',uik on It I. living Miihn4 l'r.itl.
I uli.r, u ttY VuiiikIwk lulri
V. siiioiiin, Nov. I.V The new
i i.-HMM'ratiit taril? 1 U wl'l robubly hi)
Mniile utill.i earlier than h id geom'tb
, in'vii uiillcSp ited, the lute elet tion
ii .ing warned the remolut I r i ft
i .i hi. t s t b.t t thtj I'intii -i' 4f parly
. e. and li--'ipliii) il 'ieiel upn
M.'.iiiie-s and ronpUtu,i (n detliiiii
i pd cv- AH liit) rMisit.ut with
il tit'i ,iii...ii l'i Ix'lnjf iii4 1 by I H.i
! i iH iutio iutiutMr t iMinplrio the
II and gi It t th ouatry,
II I atree ly definitely settled ihtl
(! I'.MniniUii w ill net watt f.irthe
i'l'i"ui uf a cuip-ut lf.-( prvicul'
i'.if tlie mi jvirt t-i (tie MOde.
lli.' Witt and hi uni eou.iuiltee, rr
ni l.i,t t, Mni.Hrtie m Miib-Ttnf It,
;tr il.iiH'i Ilii-lr Murk In hU ih..
lilUtee . I Urt Ii. II U BOW iurilig
i i , ,. , w mil u lrg MM thoi ii
M r 1 1 t i a.ci)Miy tli iueiM
I I: i .i. eiit itlen t llui houe i -t
ty i i jiiei
Hit M'!.M. uiut the free IUt
n'i , iii.iig in ibe inmi iuplilic
i,i -.t ft, i u if from il,r li-utt uie M
eoai iii-it. a ieigraii lias iwen re-
e-'ived from the .lub:iui.i people who
desire to be lie. rd and lia:ruian Wi
son nil ; his colleagues have eotisentcd
tigivean inforimil bearin-f to (hem
any time this i'b. This ileleg-uiot
Mill Inelinli ii committee from tie
iron and coal interests at l!iriiii:i:i;i:ii,
the thief niiiniif ieturing l'y of the
South, and it is pos-ulne that Senator
i'ugii and Congressiiiuii Wieelcrinav
also acifomoany tlp. (b-legutl -u when
it makes its urc unicnt-
One of the hii lies which have oc
curred in making' the tan IT bill alio
wlneli lias not. vet lieen settle'l Is over
the disoositi n of the sit-rar r.ehedule.
It is siiid that as the bill now still Is it
drops the bmiuty nod does not restore
any duty whatever. I h opxiucnts
of this plan have pointed out that
such :i b 1 will certainty cause the lout
of support by lb-' majority of the
Louishina delegation in the house and
the bill uieiid li- also en-iangered by
reason of vithdiiwal of support by
the L'ciisitiii-i seniitors ulieo the bill
reach d 1 in-seniite A member of he
inujortv th" com tu it ten on wavs
and im am h.is sog.-Ht-Mi thi, to the
other .in-ill !!.. b -t. rec-ivi-d n reply
th.it t he h 11 c . ii imI be made to suit
SoiiMtur flirliell't View.
Sax I-'iuncinco, Nov. IS. Senator
John H. Mitchell tif Oregon, who ar
rived in the city yes'crday, said be
thought the government .inigiit be
better eiup'oyed than In trying to re
susc.it itt the defunct monarchy in
Hawaii. The news of Pre-,1 lent Cleve
land's intentions bid avoivshe I him,
and iu his opinion the recognition of
the effete monarch was a d ri-ied mis
Tiia Soldlrr.1 Iluiua ( rowdtel.
Li-avk.nwohih, Kan., Nov. 15. The
soldiers' home is crowded to its fullest
capacity for the first time, and (len
eral W. JV Franklin, president of tho
national board of managers, has is
sued an order that no more applicants
be received. There are now over
2.400 veterans at the institution and
those out ou furloughs will have to
take .chances of getting a place to
sleeji w hen they return.
lllf tiro'r In vol toil.
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 15. Francis 15.
Thurber, filed a general assignment
to-day iu the county clerk's i-ilieo
for the benefit of creditors to
Boudinot Keith, without preferences
and Judge .A ndrews of the Mi;ir-np"
court apnoiotrtd Andrew Kirki-auviji
and Thoinii lli-ii) rucuVi-ri f.irlbir
Thurber-VJi.l.:i)d (f-o-cry compiuv.
Corpse hum foriiier'v applied to bbv
bo'", b Inff s v eil H -to-ill.
Kxiimm t'itjr (O'liln.
Prices wen- quoted as follows; No J hard
wheat. SOV-t&le. No ', hrt what. Wi4o!
No 4 h;ird wheat, WiiiUe No 8 red wheat.
I.Vf?c: No i red wheat. .Vic; No 3 rd wheat,
Vkifil'.ys: No. rod wheat. 47'-.iy&
Couw - Wiw 'io lower and nl th;it duuliue
tho demand w.ia much belter tha-i usual
Keeeippi of torn to-il.ty, ii r; a
yr-iir iwo. VJ cars No mixed corn Hold
at W4is No 3 mixed, -Wie, No. 4
mixed. .He no gratis, 3Tre No 'J white,
'': No .1 whlt- ;c. No 4 ahite. e.
Siiippers pitid Sl'ii) Mississippi rivor for car
lots No fioru nn I the suiui) fur No 4 white
rum. No. - loi.'.H.i u:t!) ')uotod nominally at
aCc Mentphf .m I No 2 the same. Shippers
l-iit i- rlvur for No ;l corn, year mipment
I hirngo lloirj uf Trailn.
rmcjti.o, N'ov 15 The followiri t table
sli-iv-M llei r.i'l e of prion for .-tivi ful-iiss
on bard of tr.upt to d ly
Nov II no d lll"'t Ji'm
,1 ill l I.'.
Sot' 9 01
!).! H 10
.Ii'ii f fci
I. unit -
htlt llfV I.IVK MO( K.
MD i itf l i S'iv it . Cattle Ito-
, '-t!,, ( loi lii(lpt4 yesterday.
s -r Th- hi '-i .s aruve; steer steed
(i-s-i.rt i- o i lo lie hltar. hulU sel
ls-;.,j I - IA.)( Id Ulllffl
I .. "loi- and I'-f tt:.'lirr
!,... , . .. i.,.i.H.w n'-H-r W Sl it I.I.
o . Mil In-ill i t 1 . 1-14) lid lli ltal
- t . l' .tH4 IndiuM Mm II OS
nioi'rs 4-id l-nl-ii, I,' Si ml list
' I'j. !! t,-u i-u, .ii3 a!e4
ft rs m ii. aimiHi
i't , 4 l4 ttn eMtt id towvr. fb
to uii t-ei b-iiti i.f ! sti t e, t
s-M It- I tti --d f -ir.Uy M
. I nhs n t lnwtM
ir.i.ii mmtnus mat ! aka
i. ii .9 in I
t , I Kt
t.-ii...iU r f, ttrwcsUOr )
Ml Ulli tx
f w. . ,
t's NorlliweeWra ' to t'aUafo.
k iul lfaiat Oir.ee I IJJ
The free and unlimit
ed coinage of silver at
the ratio of 16 to 1; la
other word, the restor
ation of sliver to Ue
place it held In our cur
rency from 1792 to 1873.
That the Sherman
law sbou'd not be re
pealed unless a law
more favorable to sil
ver is substituted for it
One is Loosed for bj tbe Dmocr&ti in
WILL BE MADE A PAKTT ISSUE-
Wb a few Days Ago
the Administration, Are
Now Very Mum Republicans.
Attack oa Conetilallonal Ground.
WASHixoTO.t, Nov. lg. 1 1 is the b
lief of the Dornocratio leaders that
whatever may occur at Hawaii in the
interval, J'resideut Cleveland will sub
mit a message at the opening of the
regular session which will recite io
detail many facts not hitherto known
to this country and present the case
in probably an entirely new light la
this connection great interest is fell
in the report of Hpecial Commissioner
Blount, which has never been made
public, and as it will accompany tha
prospective message. Democrat feel
confident that his researches will
how that the faets were such as to
warrant the radical action of the ad
ministration. The Democrats expect to be placed
on the defensive at the beginning be
cause tuey believe that the policy of
the Republicans will be to attack th
J (resident on constitutional grounds,
t being con ten led by them that th
Erovisional government of lfawaii
aving once been recognized to re
move it now by force would be equiva
lent to declaring an aggressive war
against an independent nation a
thing only possible for the president
to do after receiving the assent and
concurrence of congress.
The Democrats who a day or two
ago were expressing themselves so
i .... j bum UIHUIUUI-IU nulJUUw UIIVQ
shut up quite suddenly since tho in
dications have pointed to a division on
Congressman Springer of Illinois, for
many years a member of the commit
tee on foreign affairs notably during
the Japanese controversy of 187ri be
lieves that President Cleveland will
be Hli .tulnel tiv hl nart.v utwl flia
- " - J y--j
CongresHinin Storerof Ohio, a mem
ber of the committee on foreign
affairs, to-day declared that he would
never voto a dollar to sustain the ad
ministration io its Hawaiian policy.
WHITES QUIETLY DRILLING.
ISoliDvad to lis Certain to
Kmtorntloa of. tli Queen.
Wash., Nov. 15, S. W.
Harvey of Honolulu, who arrived here
by the Canadian-Australian steamer
Wart iinoo, says: '"A company of 500
whit-s have been drilling with Win
chester rifles for a long time in antici
pation of u. disturbance. Each man
has his man picked out, and ,
after tbe tirst shot U tired I have
no doubt there will be plenty of
bloodshed. The friend of the provis
ioual government do not so much hate
the deposed queen as they do her
hanger-on. Kvery night after dark
t he men w ho are drilling used to puss
mil by in v house at Honolulu. Tiiey
have their ride secreted iu thuir
bouses They anticipate that t!ie Koy
aiists. when reinstated, will be more
offensive than ever. This offensive
uess l eKitetly what would cause the
trouble. If the American and other
war ships do not turn la an 1 hold the
town of lioiiomiu diwn titer wiii
surely be bloodshed when the Uoyal
ists co.ne Into power. There is no
teiini.' what would , become of busi
ness under a thaiign. The prospeets
are not hopeful."
NO AIU FHOM AMERICANS.
1 . 1. tor ( 4lla f II - tot uta I'oulradlst
Srervliry lira.lt nu' Hiatawanta.
Ah Ahhou, Mich., Nov. I V If. U.
t'sslle, formerlv editor of tbe A4vr
tiaerof llouotulu, Hawaii, who is U.
ttiug relatives iu'r. s tys It U But
true tht the ijuoen was de
Mu'd tt the A ii-i'lc.tii tutu
isier or thi Atuarh'iia foree.
The iiicri'ii forues were ialve
froiu Ugiarlng t i en I. Hpeiklug tif
tbe propomsl to reinstate the queen by
lb g mei nment, Ii say that it eau
not Im diiii with ml the groot In-
(u.ticn U hundred uf iMop. ho
lave rU i on the good fsiia of the
t uitrd Mts. Th queen's gorera
Itiertt at Wtt wmi' l Im si m ply 4 p4 per
tfoici ii'ii.'iU uuUui kpnired by
Atuei ns bayoaela. Putting it b-s
in' n itni using the full f , wf
th I hIIhI Mate guv era meet tnordvr
l den-troy h ffsrly of nita'r. aa )
Witr-M you jrHW tu one uf our adter
tlr, be sure to tneaUoa TUK ALU'
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