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BED CLOUD CHIE.
BED CLOUD. - - - NEBRASKA
TK Salg-taija coal -nine, in Hun
gary. tr reoently flooded with water.
Twentj minen wen- drowned.
Ax irade ha bwn issued at Con
stantinople exempting from import
duty for ten years machine apparatus
lor public utility.
Ex-Qlt.kx Natalie's appeals to the
.Patriarchs of Constantinople and
Athens have been unsuccessful- Both
declined to interfere.
The Bawson divorce suit at Chicago
went by default Under the arrange
ment Banker Bawson would give his
wife $40,000 and she would get a
divorce on the ground of desertion.
To a deputation from Wallsall which
waited on him at Birmingham recent
ly, Mr. Gladstone said be considered it
hi duty to remain in public life until
the Irish question was definitely set
tled. Senator Heabst, of California, is
ail to have at least one mine in every
milling State and Territory in the
country. He began his mining vent
ures as a day laborer in the mount
ains. The London Morning Post quotes at
considerable length from the last an
nual report of the Commissioner of
Agriculture noticing the report of the
statistical and other division chiefs and
characterizing the whole as an admir
The Birmingham Post announces
that Mr. Chamberlain is en route to
America, and that he will marry Mis
Endicott a few days after his arrival.
He will spend a few weeks in visiting
friends in America, and will return
to England about Christmas.
Jin. Jackson, the husband of the
well-known and well-loved authoress.
Helen Hunt Jackson, has recently
married again and is now living at
Colorado Springs. He has married a
niece of his first wife and there is now
another Helen Hunt Jackson.
The North German Gazette says that
owing to the increased traffic on the
railways the Prussian Government has
ordered the construction of 7,200 new
wagons. It will also ask the Landtag
to vote -15,000.000 marks for the pur
pose of increasing the rolling stock of
Rev. Fuank M. Itiii.ToL. of Chicago,
has a "Cat4 Major.1' printed by Ben
Franklin in 1746, that is said to be as
fine a specimen of typography as one
could find any where. It was printed
when Franklin trundled his forms from
his coniK)sition room to the building
where his presses were set up.
The failure of several crops of red
clover in New Zealand was explained
by the absence of the fructifying in
sects which are requisite as necessary
to the icrfection of certain plants. A
hundred wild lives were imported from
England and set free, and in that dis
trict the clover has In-gun to flourish.
L. Smith, of Valdosta, Ga.. has a
pair of brass spoon molds that were
made four years before the revolution.
They were first owaed by Mr. Smith's
great grandfather nnd they have suc
cessively descended down the family
line to the present owner. The rule
in the family has been for the young
est boy to get them.
The people of HilNborough. N. II..
who passed along Henniker street uscd
to wonder what caused the concrete
pavement to swell up in a certain spot,
where an elevation likt a cone had
formed. Finally they opened tho cone
nnd found that a modest toadstool had
pushed up the thick and heavy con
crete while growing.
A Paws reporter who witnessed an
experiment with the Lebel rifle u few
days ago writes to his paper that at a
distance of t"0U meters the weapon
drove a ball through five manniken
soldiers, shattering the back of the
fifth as completely as it had the first.
Other trials were made, in which sev
eral sheep were killed "at a distance of
S.AOO meters, the balls passing entirely
At the instance of T. 1. Riordan.
attorney for the Chinese Merchants'
Association, the Secretary of the
Treasury has instructed the Collector
at San Francisco that Chinese raer
chaatti are not affected by the Ex
clusion act. and that those now rcsi
4eet in the United States who visit
lereigm countries may be admitted
upon any evidence of identity satisfac
tory to the Collector.
Thomas H. White was recently ar
rested by the deputy United States
amarshal for perjury in his official ca
pacity while deputy United States
mineral surveyor and held in ISOO
bond at Deadwood. Dak. White is a
Cornlshman. and the London Time of
September 9 distinguishes him for
breaking a 410,000.000 deal of the
Harney Peak Tin Mining and Manu
facturing Company by his correspond
eace in the rnwiirioi .Voc of London.
According to a statement made by
Lord Salisbury KJermany had invited
England to co-operate w'ith her in the
work of preventing more effectively
the exportation of slaves from and the
itaportatioB ef arms to East Africa.
Eagland had promised to aid in the
work, as it was in accordance with her
traditioaal policy. The proposed
Bseasures would be effected by a naval
aad not a military force. France had
aiao agreed to render assistance aad
vesild sead a man of war to co-operate
wick the Geman aad English vessels
ia a Ita&ade against slave and anaa
eariag Teasels. The Tessela feratiac
aswMockade would have the right te
Taateia aader any aac.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
kax aid rounvu.
Tas Losdoa Time, co-aaseatiBK o the
Hackville matter, hj: "The blue book
conflrau our previous opinioe. It estpha
aisea Lord Sackville's ladiscretloB." Re
speetiar tbe correspondence between the
f-Foreijra Office and tbe State Department,
it says tkat if the Guveroawat of the
Uaited States desired to be courteous it
aright have telegraphed to Mr. Phelps, tbe
Asserican Minister, tbe details accessary
to aa understanding of the case.
Mb. Gl-umtose in receiving a presents
tioa oa behalf of Birmingham worksoen
recently offered to support a practicable
scbesse to reaxrve tbe pecuniary difficulty
in becoming a member of Parliament con
sistent vitbaboute independence and
equality between representative working-
men ia tbe House of Commons aad other
Tbe ftussian Government has noticed
tbe Porte that should tbe divorce of King
Milaa of Servia caase troubles wbicb
would lead to tbe occupation of Servia by
Austria, Russia would consider herself re
leased from ber obligation.
Tas President has recognised Carlo
Zerra as Vice-Consul of Italy at Balti
Tas New York Krtniwj Pot place the
next Congress as follows: Senate Demo
crats, 37; Republicans. S3. House of Rep
resentatives Democrats, 165; Republicans,
It is reported in Berlin that the Czar
will visit Germany in tbe spring.
Tbe betrothal of the Prince of Naples
to Prince Clementine, of Belgium, will be
A great demonstration was held by tbe
Republicans at Indianapolis, Ind., on the
8th, to celebrate tbe victory of General
Tbe Secretary of War has issaed the of
ficial order placing General Alfred Picas
anton on the retired list of tbe army, bis
retirement to date from October 3 past.
A Cabinet meeting was held at Wash
ington on tbe fcth, all the members Leiug
present except Vilas and Dickinson.
Edward C. Cakkia: member of the
Massachusetts State Hoard of Education
and a leading latsyr of 15o-ton, died on a
train near Halida. Col., the otiier day.
Miss Ax ma Dickinson has sued the Re
publican Nutioual Committee for H.'V),
balance of salary and expenses as cam
United States Commissioner Pleasant
has arrested the city Board of Coniuiis-
sioners of Elections of Richmond, Vs., tor
refusing to allow United States supervisors
to be present at the count of the vote.
The Premier of Queensland has pro
tested against the appointment of Gov
ernor Blake, late of Newfoundland.
The wife of Jay Gould was reported dan
gerously sick on tbe b:b.
The returns of the recent Gubernatorial
election were opened before th Georgia
Legislature on tbe tb Governor Gordon
received 122,783, with not much more than
400 against him.
W. H. Barnum, of the Democratic Na
tional Committee, was seriously ill at his
home at Lime Rock, Conn., on tbe 8th. His
illness was due to overwork in tbe late
Premier Von Mattnaciit has returned
to Stuttgart from Nice. His interview
with the King of Wurternhurg resulted iu
tbe King acceding to the demand of the
Ministers that all Americans except Jack
son resign from tbe service of VVurteui
burg. Seventy thousand followers of El Miihdi
attacked the town of Wadai. west of
Darfour, recently. The parri-on repulsed
tbe assailants and killed 3,000. but the
Mubdists reattacked and captured tbe
town. The Sultan of adai fled to
The Anti-Saloon Republican National
Committee ban been called to meet No
vember 21 in Now YorJc City to consider
the future policy.
Negotiations foraTurco-Germnn treaty
have been concluded ami a draft of the
convention has been submitted to tbe Sul
tan. SENOR CaSTiLLO, on his arrital at Mad
rid from Seville, tvn stoned in his car
riage by a mot) of Republicans. The up
roar lasted for a long time.
It was stated at Washington on the 11th
that returns indicated a very close divi
sion of the House. Either party would
not control it by more than one or two.
A DisrATCH from Rome says: The Vat
ican authorities express satisfaction with
tbe election of Mr. Harrison, at whose
bands the Catholic interests of America
arc not expected to suffer.
Kraktus T. Teit, a leading wholesale
man of New York City, died recently,
leaving a fortune of several millions.
The blockade of Zanzibar ports, which
was sanctioned by the Sultan, has !een
postponed one week at tbe request of the
British Consul, in order to enable him to
withdraw the English mission from Manila.
It is ascertained that 1.400 slaves have
sought protection at English mission sta
tions. Captain John Eaton. Third artillery,
now on duty at the Washington barracks,
is booked for one of the four staff appoint
ments in the army shortly to be made by
A dynamite bomb was exploded in the
registry office of the Rue Boucher, Paris,
on the 7th and another bomb wa exploded
in the registry office of the Rue Francaise.
Much damage was done at both places,
hut no one was hurt.
A report comes from a town in Alsace
Lorraine of a conflict between tbe German
military authorities and the French sym
pathizing populace. It is said that the
people threw volleys of stones at aa officer
aad that he was compelled to draw his
sword in order to defend himself.
At Livingston. Ky., oa election day,
during a political discussion, revolvers
were drawn aad an indiscriminate sheet-lag-
took place, the result bains; the death
of five prominent cititeas aad the estloas
wounding- of another.
Tbb paper aad bag mill of the Indiana
Paper Company at South Bead. laL, was
burned recently. Loss, $300,0110: insurance,
140,090, chief y ia Eastsra cempaaies.
A sTBirtsu switcamaa was shot and
killed by a Bsrlisajtaa sagiaeer at Cres
toa, Iowa, oa the 9th. The shooting re
vived the bitter feeling existiac over the
Tbbxk delegates from the Mormoa col
ony at Lee's Creek, N. W. T-. have goae to
Ottawa, Ont.. to sscare a towasite at their
colonv, which now nambers 12S soals.
At Raleigh, N. C, the other moraiag
BSCToes barassd the house of the rhslmmn
of the Democratic comaty cosamittee aad
broke iato a railway warehouse aad took
a number of dynamite cartridges. Serious
trouble was feared.
Tax Waitecaepel lead killed another
prostitute oa tae 9th. mutilatiag her ia a
sore horrible maaaer taaa he did the
other. He left ao clew by which he could
SwrrcaaxB ea the 2few York Ceatral
struck at Alhaay. X. Y., em the sth.
Tax Chicago. Burliagtua at Qulacy di
recters aeld.a tares hears sssssaa as Chi-
receatrr aad dsclarml a dieidead ef
U BMkiag Ive Bar caa. far
sugar tsaaery at East
am shut stewafor a
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A has aad a bey wars crashed to
in a oal mi a aar McDoaald. Pa,
cthar day by a fall off sie'a.
'Imb Nuitaisestera Paeger Associa
tion is said to bars completely collapsed
bscaasc of qaarrels assess the roads. Tt
general maasccirs were reported c-nr.
oa aa agreement ooveriag all the reads if
The Winnebago Indians living near
Redwing, Minn., recently murdered a
young sqaaw daring the savage ceremon
ies atteadiag the opening of tbe bunting
Da. Hosrrmta, the PiUsburjrb. Pa
bitters man. was insured for HH,W) at tbe
time of bis death.
BcstNESs failures (Dan's report) for the
seven days ended Normler S numbered
, as compared with 11$ the pretiour
week and 245 the corresponding wrck .&(
Br the burning of a steam gauge factor
at Genesee Falls, near Rochester, N. Y.
on the 91h five asea were ktlie.i
aad four more fatally injured. It m
feared others were dead in th- ruins. Ti
loss amounted to $,oyj; insurance, jlTK,
W0. A trestle gave way over French creek,
near Jasper, Ala., on tee Memphis route
tbe other morning, wrecking a stock tram
and killing one man and injuring several
others. All tbe cattle and sheep were
The glass factory at Wellstoro, Pa., was
destroyed by tire receutly, causing a los
Lord MAToa'xday parade in London oa
tbe 9th was devoid of tbe usual pageantry
and was a very tame affair.
Andrew Roekmer'h saw and grist mill
at Sister Bay Wis., was destroyed by tire
tbe other night. Loss, $40,000.
An unknown man committed suicide re
ceutly by jumping into tbe Niagara river.
His body was carried over the falls.
Paul Philipson, a New York co-nmis-sion
merchant, has failed with unknown
liabilit es and assets.
The French steamer. Iberia, leached
near New York on the 10th, after being in
collision with the Canard steamship Urn
bria. A dense fog prevailed at the time.
IHIKTY'THRKE persons perished in the
recent lire nt the steam gauge work at
Genesee Falls, near Rochester. N. Y.
Tlicstcoud blast furnac of tli Brook
Iron Company at Reading, Pa., has started
McCle'. carriage factorv and other
liuildmgs were burned at San Francisco
on the 11th. Los, iuo,00O; ineurance,
Cleakinu house returns for week ended
November 10 showed an average decrease
of ;.". In 2ivw York the decrease tvm
The D'Mnrrat has leen consolidated
with the American, loth of Nashville.
The dam question at El Paso, Tex., by
which it is claimed Mexico has over
stepped the boundary lino of the Rio
Grande, has been referred to Secretary
The lirst through express from Pans
arrived in Constantinople on the 10th.
Tbe Anarchists had a demonstration on
the 11th at Waldheim cemetery, Chicugu,
the anniversary of tbe executioi of Spies.
et al. Several thousand erons were
present. Demonstrations weie held in
various other places, but they were with
out exciting incident.
A Washincston Sunday p,er intimates
that the National 7Wi'r is to be re
vied and that Washington is again to
have a Republican morning paper.
FkedeuickNork, his wife and daughter,
were burned to death in their house at
Vernon Center, near Uti?a, N. Y., re
cently. Money was reported ahandant in Lon
don during the week ended Novemtter 10.
Lord Salisbury's cautiou remarks con
cerning foreign affairs somewhat checked
bull operator. In Paris inonev was easv
ami the bourse dull. Vieinit, Berlin nnd
Frankfort reiiorted money matters quiet.
Fihk in New Yoik City erently caused
42o,0jO damage to Cornell. Bingham ,t
Co.'s paper warehouse and .VI,My damage
to the stock of Benedict : Valentine. Uok
hindcr und printers. Five i-iaon were
Nine buildings in the business section of
Brandon, Wis., were destroyed by tire the
other day. Los. .Y).0W; insurance small.
The report of live men leing killed In a
political quarrel at Lexington. Ky., is
said to l.e untrue.
The National D'nu-rat, of Peoria, II! ,
has been u!d to Mr. Stone, of the Itaily
Transcript, to satisfy a mortgege held by
the latter gentleman for H.20J.
Sarah B. Parker of Keene. N. H.. ag-d
nineteen years, a student in the frt-hhmau
clas of Snrth College. Northampton,
Mas., jiimfttd from the Massachusetts
Central Railroni' bridge into the Connec
ticut river recently and was drowned. Hr
father had died, and it is uppoed that
melancholy had unsettled her mind.
OfkiciaL returns from every county in
Pennsylvania show a plurality for Har
rison of 7.,7T!. Blaine's plurality in lst
Tbe Supreme Court of Missouri has re
jected young Bill Walker's appeal. With
this rejection would go the appeals of th;
other Bald Kuobbers. The couit tlxed
Decemlr : tor the hanging
The sentence of Mr. Robinson, the
Massachusetts prisoner, has been com
muted to imprisonment for life.
Hon. Juhkfb Chabbelaik arrived at
Washington on the 12th for the purpose of
wedding the daughter of Secretary En
dicott. The Zanzibar agent of the German East
African Company has resigned because of
the recent troubles.
The Supreme Court of the United States
hss rendered a decision la the demurrer
case of the United States va. the American
Bell Telephone Company. The decision
wss ia favor of the Tgnited 8tete. The
case came before the Supreme Court on an
appeal from the Circuit Coart of the
United States for the district of Massa
chusetts. "Hoxxst Tom" Axwortbt has been
heard from ia Montreal. In a letter to
the mayor of Clsvelaad. 0 he claims that
his assets will meet his liabilities.
TwKBTT-rrvs thousand persoBt wit
as sad the military display aad sasm bat
tle at the Augusta (Ga.) Exposition on
the 12th. Governor Gordon aad General
Wade Hamptoa reviewed the troop.
GovxxNoa Gct. f the Chickasaw Na
tion, was aasaaaiaated oa the night of the
Wta. Serious trouble was expected to fol
low. Tax Ualted States Supreme Ceurt hss
aflrmed the decision of tae State courts ia
the case of ex-Alderataa J aehae, of New
York City, aad he mast serve eat his sen
tence. Osxmaa was killed aad three injured
by the explosiea ef tbe boiler of a pile
driver oa the sew bridge Bear Detroit.
CoLOBaX Joe Kjiarr, for maay years
busiaess manager aad part owner of the
Jfissean EtpmUte. died receatiy ia St.
Louis. Me was aeveaty-twe years of age,
haviag beea bera ia 5ew York City hi
Tax Supreme Court of the Uaited States
aesdeaied the aaeJioBtiaa fer a wrstef
habeas ssapae hi fe case ef Jadce Deeid
et liaiief esartia wasch he aad his
wife, the aesed la rah Altaea Hill, at
eftee esett at
and Morton For Presi
dent ard Vic-PreaidcaV
m York Totr I'or l!rr'i l'r fJ-
stostt asMl JU IIIU t;..trio--ttr
JiuU in ::er sitatn ol lU
Krw Yoau. Nov. ' The opinion fferajed
last nlgbl vshich gave the Slate of New
York to Hatrison for Prextdeat and to
Hill, Desioofut, for liov-raor. ' con!lrrod
by Later scattering ictarus Tne district
yet to be Ltard !rvm co.: in Xi, a :ta! of
X4..VJ0 votes. ReftortM br count es indi
cate a further gain of .,:?' for Harrison.
If the scattering precinct not heard from
keep up the drift soown in adjoining pre
cincts heard from, Harrison' plurality
will be from .'.,GW to 1U,IM and 11:11' about
The Trlrgraia savs: S far the election
of Harrison stands recorded as next to
certain. Now York has hi:ud t tue Re
publican column and made hi ftory cr
tn in if the other Mate iftinia: as thev ditl
Nrw YoitK. Nov. . llAirion has un
doubtedlv carne,l New Yoi. Mute with a
Lrri . Morton.
prurality of nearly lO.UWj not more. This
Is conceded by the Time, the ,srir and th
l5DiAAroLiN Ind.. Nov. r At 10.W
last eveniii; th Democratic committer
rooms were deserted. The j.wntyr had full
(oesfim of the lowei rvin. hi the
chairman's private room Mr. Jcwett and
three or four a-ststaiits were engaRed in
liKuriiiK on the tcs;ilt on the L Ktslattte
nnd Congressional ticket. 3!r. Hherin had
gone home. Chairman J-uiit. Kr,"teI
the Associated l'r- correnideni
pleasantlj" and. In answer to H.e uj;.
Kt-siiiiu mm. ne iiu ii. iiihh snii.einiiix "
nv rcKardinc the political situation In the
s:.' . 1 ..ti 1. . .1 . .1
State, said '1 Le indications are that the
.. A. . ii .. .
Republican Klcctors biive carried tho
State, but the ollicial count may show
diffeienlly. Tbi probability is tiiat
have elected pari of our Htato ti.!et. We
rtft.as sIaSlffttf fatS ilflisruaafllain -1 ff 1
tt- 1 . . 1 .1
luui. tr i.uw 11 vt'it..iii iiinju.ii ill lue ,
Stat Senate of six ami in the- loiter lions. 1
of ttsenty. Kiting us control on joint bnl
tot. I do not cbre to b&v auv thing nbout
the methods by tthiLh this was accoiu-
u . .. v. . .
tnrounout i.aiiiornia arecounne 111 tev
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are comine lii tecv
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or county returiiF, 110 basis of compari'on l
n.ji,...'i, ... .11 .'- i..f luiiil'tri vi..
with the tote of 1N1 Is possible. The Ue
publicans ami Democratic Stale Commit
tees loth claim the SLtte. tho former by
from T.fss1! to y.'Vsi. while the Democrats
contend that the Democratic Presidential
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lUS,. Will tl.U IS IMnjUl t.B at a.,V r f ft,ft. I
C 1.1.1 Tl ., .. -.. L', .,....... V,,.. I-.. !
f.'rw. .iiv -lfc, VI 1 1UI1..... Uftfc. I-. v.
carried bv the Dcmocints.
Chicago. Nor. . The vote of elshty
four countie--. including Ck1:. shotts ma
jorities for Harrison of i.0t3 and for
Cleveland of lr,..TX The remaining eight
een counties in 1VI Rave Main" .T.a-vj and
Cleveland vM'J. Atsum.uc that theae
eighteen counties not vet fully reported
.....a lliu vain.. ...k.tT rt m .n 1VI ll.a Sllla. t
.c.m-.,- ... . ., '""!
will now pit e a plurality frr Harrison of .
lWl-i. It is .ate to -a, taereiore. t.ia:
Harrison's pltiralitv ttill l iv,'r) j
Eishty-stx counties, includinjc Cook, rire I
pluralities for Fifer of .Y,2ls, Ia tuer 27.-
W i vv
VXawaMKtfav V V."V
PfTWflCTW' rffJ-?u -aa?Vs.VJs a .
3M. Tlie remaining s,xteen counties in .urjlslnj results Htrnson'. rnijrr.tt n
I-k jrave pluralities frr Hlameof .'..CV. and ovrr ftS, K.mbali. PiWlcan. f. Hot
Owveland 4,.T. Assumsns: that Ttfer will . ... or ., m-:rt,.v aR t .,
loss in these sixteen counties in aliout the 1
same ratio as in iour reiK.neti. m-piuisi- .
ity over I'almer in the Slate will be sUsit ! othfr candidal. Ia the Knjbta t -T.sW.
It is not Inhered his plurality can '.,,,. 1 j..,rl,t , j r,"e.U. riran
vary l.OW votes front this figure.
CMATTAVC-'e.A, Tenn., Nov. . U. Clay
Evans Kepubllcan. defeats Cred F.
Hate. fViiiieril fnr f'nnrr-M from tla
Tbird Conj:ret.onal district of Tennessee. J
His majority is eiSbty.st. This is the ' iw. in ia- i-aia aino,wrB s. .
ftrst Republican Coogressruaa ever elected J posed of evera1 of tfca soutaern wapl. ot
trota the district. j the city aad nim uwtlvtec cata, ffl.
P,-,--!---,! I oent returns are reeelv. to lad. cat- ike
pBILADKLrHlA, Nov. s.-Ptuns frees t ectie of JClneey. KapuUlcaa. rr
everv county in the State show a pluralttv Clardr. tba pr-aent lac-aibeat, fcy a batel-
for Harrison of TitW. a DeaMcrstic g sla j asejority. f
of S.0TI a compared with the vote tor . iam.
President in IS. J Totxxa. Kar. Xrr. S-Ftanis have
C,-,-.,!,- , baa frm.rml from rj eiaty fa Kao- -
HisTtnto. CofiB- Nov. K Ccfaoleta r- A ba! asarf by C-.aim.aa
.-,-. -.- r-ie-t-.i ti u.i. ir .--.---. - .
74.V.I: Harrison. Tl.-
land's plurality. 3aV
.yi it. p ,1 . .- .a.. . v..,..
51; Fisk, USI: Cleveland
For Governor. Morris. Democratic, fc.
7t.IM: Bulkaley. Republican. T.t:
Caaap. Probibitioalst, 4.bal For Coa
(ress. TTtlcox defeats L:ae in tbe Sec
ond district by teO plurality: Rasaell. Re
pubiican. is returned froea tbe Third dts
trict. In tfce Fourth dlstncl, F. T.
Seymour. De-aocratlc I elected
by" a plurality of 3K. TW State
Senate staads eijht Democrats aad eitit
eea Repsbltcaas: th Hoose 1- Isao
crats aad 1st Republics as asd a Kepcb-
licaa taslortty es. jMtat tiio o. ?. Ikr'tw, MtaU, tar r.raLad br a rL4
Leclslature wfll etect alke!y a Gee-
RJCBMOSB. ts-. Nov. .43
aawt prevailed here yesterday, ia stribiae
coatrasC with tbe quiet Ktaatiee sc Tt
4a j. deveXead has carried tbe State by
six riia iia Keeeh-ieaas aee aa4 aWv mmem SISR. Wtar te tbeHUtat '. Z - - '- - T TTT "-" - Mir
. aatef aL I trC aawS late-H te tks Eh awa TWT . - - I7r -TT. j "' -wsm. Mmmmmmt were aae4a
-. -1 . -e. awr Caisrssss-SB ta Tbr ft- in iau Za- 7" T - ' J!V ""T ? r"" ' -- iiam. ktee.
I.SIII1 . Ve, jssv. a-iss wmij ,- ., . . . . -. saa- vw wy mm. mmrnrnmy mrmmt HB SJ SHpM MM AaS&.
eeeeaMsa te Oa-esensts far Oaarws was Tae Miaeeawa a;-aa isaeae cas aMn as sstees beaaai-e4 eebeffe sBaVsae -s "- .r
aa afe p aJ a aa. aa I ft assse wmmWB PVI JawWa mw v ai lBw wBaV .BMIb et V aubb a. Iri Ft Ba "s. a .
f ts-a h b Ba- . , - flba Ba l a Ta, .aa. wBBmB AA vJBiL
M - - -B a wmm-ymwmmmmi -mm-wmw- fc M iiB -WP k lal. J --! aai , fa0
sT S wa mMmrmw Sa "' BBh Bk -.- - dkA s as - j
f-i MB w ar W-k, La j BSHb MWS WUB BS SBaSMMB MaB aai BMI ISL VMB s tSa -
uvas ubuwb aw sues ue ai vaaaf aayaaaaai w savsBw vuspns . as a as a 1 T - a T . y w
e'aisss tfc lection t t .reJ
Cat. Democrat, and Oayt IssiUcsv-,
claim to bjLrm brira Krs:kiiriJU by
iftO majonie ui tbe Swoood. Tae Dro
cratic State Central Cocuasi'.te till claim
totb ditrwt. Au:astic returb caa aa
I bad from eater di.:r.t :
Cftt -T c f V .- fe TV. - ,. ..
'e are eoaiiOg rr '.ofittr in tb.r -
t.r&tc of the result in the Stat At i
etoven oVUtV tb leaocrtic Cstirti :
tAtrd trev fcsd reorU from ii:rii eat
vt eishtyth: ount.s tn tt S:t d
thir sajn vr over CJVO. !eT az It-
;ubiK-aa j.lura'itv of tut iTAv. S.f
of tfce 'trixagir.: IWra-rstx -vant- id
ot s rt ls?n hert Jrwoi. but tbe llrpqb-
Imjso plcral.tr i t aUit tifttx Tv
roaevde tho :'. lea Uj!.t. IUuUad. j
in tbe Svruth diCJtct and ti!l clatta tti
r estjon of Siltijatr, DrocrsLtic, tn tfc .
H.xtii. but th-re i not rrl ecte-ti )nfr
maliori iu this l fattM-oUr i &rrcjs
l-l-elicr of tie Hrrt.U.en titBtuiU,
Ce t a !atneut that rrturrn Irxts
vcnty cocitulttcrtnca fiwra crrl rtr
county tn t!- State f i a !trpt:Uui: piu-
mlttv U r0.i.2 un ti Nat4vt Uctet.
PuMmms lowa.Nors Teutv.lhre i
etejnties eoaij.'ete gir tradv Rvut-t
I. can gam that indicate a ltepcb. -an
plural.tvof rf.tfor zUruoa. TLr Slat
luket l tut tlttlp thind and Ike Ha. riwd ,
Commissioners are not scratched at tadtr '
s was upHsrst Th K-pubhean caudi
daTs .,J! all b e.sctNl. llrj.alJlcar
hare c.rctrd eer C'ontrstuiaa tut un
br sweeping majorities. W.airr aad
l At.drrili, two Indeprndent Iu the last I
lJacr-ss, are lth def rates! br lars f
UlJvrittr. ifcr onlr Drniocratic loo
rrs.man elncted i. H.ye. tn tfcr Ses,0d
JCa-lVILLU Fib., or . -Florida
frs ClerSand Ktrsrturs and DrtitucrattC
t.tt ticiet a tuj rity
. ... s 4
l)rvcji. Pv: . Nov. s Keturrs frnm 'tis
Coloradoift tiuiu isith Stateand Arapaho
Counts llnter) are uuusuallr sluw iviti
inj; in. I ait. a! returns indivate tb Vc
lion of the ilepub!can ticiet tj tt'.ajtt
isiiK'BK frir Vg,,, to l'i The n-t
(Srtirj-al AssemMr rl probaldr t f.l-
lims: Sennt I'rrnrcrat.. I1.; HrptiM'.ra-,
IU; House Let!H-iaU. Iu. Itajiut-: c
a as, &.:
Nliw Oai.EANs. Nut. N lh oftictsl r
turns fri'iu the resnii '"unsri-.nun:! 1.
tnct, ert-ept tu mill pras-titt't on th
(.ulf r.w.t L-it. r.,l.B1.n. IIm..M.,. t-i
" -.--- - - , ...,....
ttf,likrlf TltM fa. ifnrmuirtl .im.... f.
.--.-J. ..... .--.. ..... . -,.... ... ,-..- ,. .. A
will prolutbiv reduce the mitjoritt ii Tna J
State sil! prulialJy pire Cleveland V,lj '
Baltiuohk. ML, Not v The full f !
turns from nil the Comities in the Mala,
as collected by the .still, ale as follows:
CI-, ..!, I'. .... ..- i.f. -m. ii.., .
;. I... i. t. . V. ... . .. I
1 JSS af la ia.V.. f s1 Bavt . - fIV..ft.-ll
"-.-.s, r.s . t,si.. s. eTeian Mural i
its-, .t , onanist 11.11 in 1"I In tha
Fifth district the Itep'ibli'-ans ilami tsi
have elected Mudd to Congresn by a plu- '
rallty tif 3-t.
1'oiiti.ami, re Nor p. llrturns foro
the more remote sections if tills State are
online n terv slowly. Hoeter, sufJl.
Cleiitalredvbtte teen recrlted to plat-a
i Harrison s majotur union larger ttiau
I.. B .. .. .
llerrman's (Congressman I.
DrrnoiT, Mich.. Nor. T - Michigan hss
Cone Kepnblirnn a plt.rr.Mt5 lancing
fr-'til t.1.l to I" OtS on the electoral tieet.
I.uce, Ueiubltcnu. for (r.er.ior iuiis !
In... I tl.M r. ..t rli. ti.l.f !... .... .......
....im......M.-i,l .. !,. ..ii'aw
J , . in
, -., " '., " , , !
I he Kepubl cans Rain tso I onressnian
. , v. ... ...
I rriiniaij nmi (irinsjn inrr-, piini ail'l '
j Tnrsney b.-.n dfealel in the F.fth and
SiKth dlstriits i spM tirelt 1 he Tenth is ,
still In dotlbt. Tlie legislature is safely
ItepiiMimti on Joint ballot, tnturliti; th 1
! election of n
K-publictti Senator to sue j
ceil l'aluier. ,
I TncvTOt. N. J. Nov 7. The luio.
j cratlc pluraotv 111 Ntr Jersey ,. MOv e.t..
J in itel at .,. The If-tiiirn: eioct to
I Cnrea-, lieisenha ler In tha Third dis.
1 .. . . .. , ... . ,
I tnct. I uwler n the Fourth and MeAdo in
I . , " . ' , u fc ,
I - Vim V.. a. fl, . llMfiiiltlir'Ah. MlJUf lUtt f..
ie siii 111 ui"- 1 mil ant .iiim-ii in
.. .., .,-,, 1 . n 1 1.
t .. 1.1. 1.. .1. t.f... KM.I f .111 k. 4
cr.t!e br a c ote tote. The Sen it stands
Democrats 11. K-pub'trans p) This Is the
first ttm in tan years that lh Detiiwrats
have had th" S-n.tte The lower htMis is
..l.ki.iiu.1 1... 1 f.-m I' ,..1 I., j j. n . V. I.M aft I . aa I ... I
. VIII. II
iV.. .'. . ... ...C .. ft'. ... ft". . . V ." a. ..., .... .
a Ilia. h(tlltifn.a . "a .. III.. t. V aa ! .tt A I irit, l
""- ' ""--. -" " I "-" - ...-j -, ..j. .
The closeness of the Icnl.ntu e wjlJ tnV
tbecimtest for I'ntted .State .Senator sail
v inter unusually eTcitiiii.
St Iltts, Nor The Demoerat'cStsfa
Committee has complete and lncmiplet ,
returns from alViul rlftr of the Hi enuuties
in this State, which r.dicate that i.lera.
land will have a p'arabtv of 3" in th
State, arid Franeis. I)e;norat. for l-r.
will hare a pluml'ty of 1).
returns ambrsce the rot of St.
IUM Kjuitms c.tr Awi a)j Sat ursw eU.i
n tn State.
t'nr.rticirreturn of th- rot- of this cty
h . extraordinary sod alUS.tbsr
j,.j n C1 j4Ct w,j ,,. f .a
.. -mi r...,.r.tv fnr .ScrtiT n'jdt.1,.r
crat, presnt incumbent, i lte-j br
Henry F. Niadrinshaus, llejmbti''aa.
by l."aad in tbe N.at . district Nathan
Frank, K-pab 'an. who was beatan to
rears s:o by John M. Oe-rar, Is row
elected m rr CeUn.aa. IJ-tiKerrst.
Botwh of tfc IlafoUit-an cccaaiiU- n tfce
- V.'yaUicmn cssa.Jtt
repsirta racied jira Urr.m Tu.
jorttv ier Q-ralaai aad t?vu tm
jonty ot-er aralaa4 aad UrtJ ia-,tT '
f-e . ..tie. UmlLlirss Mta tie- Ta
Lcstatar is alsKt aoldly RyaWia. I
The RepeUicans feat eiacted aH tit tut r
,asbers aad two of thaa 4Irrkta are .
ia 4ott. Krerr Ifabticaa JwmIw .
ejected bet ti.os ia Lesaeswb atd
caa is Labette Comaty.
. -- w "7- " "- .-ii.
.aaay. wui ss. -f7
jortty, pr.bablT U? sm 4.W aad ..
I P-en- ma, 1
' - " i am aaiss rasa' I da3 ! Sw as Vi
T T- ITT si iSa r ;ML . -a. . ' . .
.-- ..--. . - . - tgbb rasw aswuwe Bsee aav assesL. aa as aa l,.b
-t, .. t iau .! as.l. aa - -r .- i-aisw
5 , .rTT --- - --. -"" tUm&rvm was a tea sm as sa-sal eeet eese sswai hm
see-1 vevataaa. ,; .bsbsisk. -. wvt- .... m-..- - - - - -- - l . .
I , . W W --B WWW sw rm WB-k W9VWMW i WWWW WWJWWL ISB WrmWMWA .ba-s a
Mbitkaa as. Ish. "St. , wi-. .-.. ., eu -T: T.1 ". "mmT ete
n 1 ! ' Wa--5aG--a nfe-i-JHr la Iowa r3 -i-S " ', ' ... .i .. rz - r mm a. w a 1 n
. . --- -. r m mmm wssrr assr. t- w. an - - ..
ftOVESNOR GUY KILLER
Hepo.-.l KwnSer of ts Cklssff mf
tasnit lHwi-en tV T rctlM
Horrible Iv.abl Harder aad Sat
cd" al H'emma, III.
' " e"
iiwtrs i rasa Ei: PJvrsrri
Tiu Ccart Kis Ktw3
0jsi lLLt. Te . ee. t -tataltt-
. tme t jat tii rsisj frj
Futcruiaiv ta eaptt. of tfc CJM"aa
.NUa, t&at tJoersr llu-.W tli a!sHa.
a suufxUfst lal atusiav als'ttC
Ad vHltvt( la Cacia NatWn ara
ttllt uth4i tTib)a U bttj twtra
( lbt tullamtr al (lymtf Uus and ki of
, imacnl la tb tat lrtw, HrL Tfc r-
purt of U aalbt..ft ol turMsr uy
. awl yet csa!lr'icL
FOhTSatTM. AU . . tt tWjJtr ssaf
tlalt triu It- tulian tsntatrt, b ar
rived brr Itdas, uf tbrj Uar assuring
rtit laat UveBrtiuv st ae Oik-sa
sax 'atl.itj was aaaaalst rsaturlay
night, jbia a bo amis taan a es
pavts as a nuaUr of allew ha4 tea
bad Upsxi his jt fa. t'ntll Ml s-flU-aS
la ft hare tcMn-jat few tha wOajtss
rs,x sls Mtancs at aCicma.
U'asosa. HI. t A nW
' i munler. f,. 4 bs th. .uK.da f
' Xt' 8eU atlr.t tba j-.p1' " j
; turn yssser.ts Tu u-ttm. '',
Hosts, au:r ttirulr s( Itn. tntlei; lira
K-t Itusta t txm, of th r' '". u al
nt tbe fcirtju-r agvl efitrlfcrea !
, anathelatfr statvaiaa. -a sa,l lis a
J larra tau-itmr train ht-vjaa. altwalasj
at. Hit hair a n la frs.n. tha luslna.. Jwr-
tn f lha n.n.
The tn'r other t-cs-spaM s-f ita 'ii
ilomnlic At sis oVslee. tadsr
nmfninc. as Uratue do n stairs fisxw fcr
!-edrsm lt l-Clt hri datlf i'.uUsi. taa
' JRht ef a laiqp tds b t rale, fU
thismjth Iha nj-ti dtr fcf Mr and Mrs
' !l,ise's Iwtffutn al ts.isr.t ttta ais
' and tt Ktt-s rve, lh t I nml, and
! tr'OK un th xfiel vs a eai usaslpilaj;
pin. to ssrucU adhamt hair aawl rtsftla.
Thr. woitis n fan to sjmiiaMu?le tha
" f tarriMe t.r ! Mr Jtu. Mr IU'
'ii-in.lat Tbe Uttr stimw suspes-ted 1
,,.,.,...,,.. . ., , ....... ,..! 1
, usi tr niiiiuiii u. ,.ZSITTll ,,f ,,...
and a statoh was piarad wi tJe rt-Uis
hrje he 1: ved th hs ll f t Jlw
Cer stole itustl in the prihotpat lal
ness tSs'k of tba ltt
Jlurlhalt a seait waiksni; up sml ! n
tiie lialisar spjxletit t in ftt atalki,
but ,t vs aa (it ox tf H ha dlsst rat
' ' "
. .. ..-1- , I ft... . ...I a.t.t
" ' "' h' "-trvsitis, jmssii.1 a I
ra"r and rut H tlinl trm ear ! ai,
aut was a ilead titan Inside of fit a inlnwtos,
IDs is tte. M ho hail been in the lj.unili(
ti-illi, hsaid his itlu; rtii"lis, Vhev aba
anteie.1 the Uxilll lie retplasfd bar aa last
Could to "iscs for tha t-asltt "
The cause o( this t(llla ilee-t Is at
lrilUtel to a petit splta en tba .alt of
Illirkliari. Ilia ilojlieslie jj li. tutlis 01
, .I.- murdered nut... hsi
a hatt.Unuia tas of lurjeUen. an HuiV- j ft, ,1.,,, r.l!ltt. CoasMIs m,...
hart's ste.daughtei. s. oft-n "mj"1- i al th Hsaltata Tha fc-r.l. t
tuneit tosnt and lite t ,th blm. Imt sl,a . tn,.u 1.1,1. ... .. !.,, , ..
refusrd to Jn
Hones Mere at tha
tlos alld tbciafofe
and he lllirutit th
bottom of Ui s.t si- -
rssadud'st tn ns.dr
Tnsts (uirnm le sTstv
NKW Out. ss. N.is 4 Yestald)- Cora
Kill. pa-Moc as Mrs lilrar-1. f'wefiy
frtm TvJer. T x . bo ll Ih I it,, e .th
V. 1. Hunch. ho fonn.ttl the tea -.
I rr Ot W- rsotlirieasielH r-.i, lnlr
O. as Ills wile sns luk-il IU rl)'i l !- I
trx-tltes and ft,.Tl of stolon Ileitis) fi'Sfl'l
...... - ...a ;. ..
, see,, ,, ... oe, s-otaiui; o--.,. T s,, -
fa.ae.1 that Italich Ca hr ll. MH.T.
The iieW.lv l-l.s.e they s ,11 ,!-
n.tn siixnin tr.a rieri urir-oum fesr.
: Ten tt.ouasn.i three tionlre.l ih4ii s
all the cash eet.red fivot the ntii ru
., , . . !
Mtir lie iHUK-a are on th tlatl
I - ' , , .
llunrh. .. has Un sne.reil n olbar
train robt-r.e. j
hh kt M" r eti sir
' IUmt.rrs. Tax. .Vor IX At
oViwl tat'rdar riltl2 tba Pitt asa
, aruosed by a tarrtfle e ij.,.M.n. l-4t at it !
vsa. .upjerte.1 tfce UeJ.uWc-n s-a ,J,J '
relrbratinp no .nrttiKtW.- e ,.! at
. tha time. An hour aW Jl an!.wt-il j
that a l-orWon et the .-Kirt hmn ha-1 en j
blmsn iloen aiid iii) nstmfi diicl.
I. m ..- II.
t drtjatJiMe hud lii .'a d
.... . . ...
urnlar a sin? uf tba 1-uildifii? and had ii
most totaliT daslrwred .U ll.iil.b-i. ad- !
joinltic on tha piWW sjiai e ai' '
dimags-l II is Ullere.1 Inst a dsfa t-
des'ror tba rs-rds aa. . tst.ti of
the affair j
AntitMi nni r.
I.rrrt. llsriv. Ar . N li. Tt-s. trial f
Dr II. C Hit, .sn Masbnser f4fj
lUkbam. Frant Dsl and Caleb 'its s, J
chart.! iih intimflstinf lstsfnrot
witnesses. besn to-ttar Tt r as i
aet to I merntesfa of an nrz ft. ! j
siindsr Ui tfca Whl-v-a-. bf Indian. i
Sat.t llal Sir. I
Fl?Rliirrr. Aik ,No-r Th f4.ii;eyn .
Hot?, on Kast Hssxtd atesiae. sea
trojrl ly flr JHtrdar aiht. Ta
wra tmtf twantr iniriitM, aivl it waa
"- d-fRru.ty that tJ-y ee, L Ksary
um was ,i. rrwi
-el. J.r.e-. A
nfluar of th is. I.
Teia railway, was bsrr'l
fcart was atratet frn hla Ufr. sl
strafif to aay, waa wA IsrneL TV
ff1iata man waa frosa J sxt ao t Hl. I.L,
w k. b fcas a family T- jir.-twty waa
crsnel by a wbVr- a4 Mrs. Mafcar. "
sad valea-t at H( I was srtisUy i- j
rw4. TW f ra it ttpi-u. Us t th wafe j
lsr09. 5o. 12. -Oaaaral ft r CVarU
Varraa. cfctef of tba MaSrsr;enaa 'A.,
baa teatawad ki raaljpaatk-x. It U tJwsM
tbat tbte melUm i 4e tn tba aarf a tiU
daass wbirb baa tsia ad as fca 4E--iaey
ras-aatty u nasaits ( Ibe
tastes svswt Mraea
y waa aaaaMite i
vr js". a3 s.aasttassa tars
Ht tli.4rs bf rs-M-MaatteSL. A SSe1.SS
Welter f tute s-et tefai Ute faSl f
fcia iat ksa.s Ud $ArU4
ssyf 4tsxt th 'M, rs-4.1c ysfiater
sal prsw r4ef s wate al I
wkKb arU4 tiaaa. Aa iararte.
iax kas hka a .,$ .Vs. A as'sfbs ia
s tali n Uct- rrtisrss bias (arte
da4, to ta Cateiatea fcJS.
v t4 tss vetea la tAa ara frssa Matty
fc--asrk 4taftet la tba
u t .. -r "- "w- - - - ' "mwmmm$m
MCBKAsSKA STATK XKWx
Josr Mtnmr. eT Mttwnik,
Oajsaa ta eilMe lr f rTs '
ym !. 4 j-J
Ajutia ta wa tp--L4 tk f-e-'
ptmtf of tt bfif "tATtiSii U-
sliU lt b tUI U-t Jai
iesrt ti Stwt, Ai ViM-sj' tt
STlti .U-1 in ft s m
n vn lranl, fulOnf
( t ! -iec Sim m-k-
n4ry ttiT ta
Unt. tsit Jm. s. tifbf '
4 away ts -.- r4H! fc -
fas N lro-aitft r- "
(vbIIt ftii ar1t aes-s .
(oXa. T? jratl . i )
Ifr Mitt t Vfs-ste-1 Ms tat . I
nalul ? t t-sla tw ! - tt
tj t- Vk !, r.t.af fc
sutlb l Nt . -
!TltltM sf tls. M -
Vswst5sllIrs' - S'
I Awitap.jfaj&.tli t, i
I s. twit ats.1 Ta-af. a .. -:
las. Ta hmlVaJ il- .U4 t .
rsutr-aN is al S&,s l . 1
? al .? tJ St J aV.
A i'sta Krtt s. r-.
, s a, ? Sa4 rr-l a 4 j
i k'R nl tsaj g.ran tSk rs.sl I ,
' ?ail4. disf-egaivtasl IHa s-lt
a Unapt-1 t liUla im aad !. as
' j, i
ww.iart CmmMt a trat a
hatstiom fcad Kia aaada t .T IX ---
aav ta t (aattafi t a IU!mj -s
Tas bra )olaoer U ats t tn t
UjMf X vsjfttt. a alatj aatnsal t..w( t
l ViUar UUs, tat t"rhl a, ,K
fc. Uu ,Kt,
If tlaled taal t Ui
j ,usi ,a.,. ..v.
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a hftl t
tssKsradu by a )taU liMlj me I-
Jins Xaia, IitMg oe H, t
i vmlntmtmd . , .w.W. n,- wm
' . fc . . . , s..-.! r
J ,w f,i4 ., ,.t, iba .nkl
mn jr,.. .tBa.t n.cfct-ss.as ..
i Hjt.lsiiqitiisl wui !
uLtch tr fuutridi t ..u.t traiil -
lt dr. tiis"l la s Um i
fssnd lo tha K tbsKt) isf sa
l Tba iwle ara drsssta.t l s
pssel tha ilts-I mH !
ace dalttatls llrosa Iftlw a leef a
Ike t sf Ha l-Ssn daofl 1t-
. talut at fV
A t ti Sale ale. Iln tWurls, i -.
pfs. ilsatf br easilnf f Jt '
l"leSlsl.J rrtl ttiat-sMtnlr ad I I
Utatisa ta.l4Mt Is IWtn. f.
Tm t- t sl mis f Lansai4 .. - s
Tmk Catht.ies ef O'NHU. at It.- i
fair, ttvuiHt a r rsf tiCU f Jl
l.sa rrtsnv.s s)inii( riet t
tasted at HmaliS txi rletMa! i
j mrcait U
! Mtti fur
n and It It H-tM-.. -
( wtaola atfalr r.e l h lst I
I ".i.wij ifiiuMmr i s"S s) .-
f latiQ( taa )as
Aatli l.ts lin-tfJ-M aline tba Ki-aa
ltsllk ssa Ale-I al Its utile vt lt
re.-dr al l.ihssjln fwllj Tl
tloa aulhiaa a rajolat st. k of
uttjat tu Itiifaasa aa Imataaas aH
l Illtrpi fnl. of l U a h
i or U((,t laa fWsl .lav J l,e.,.l '
( ,J,a u wkirh ISs
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itu Hi Ihoiii,u
i Jn9 ,. m.tlluUnsss n U. t
tuitth l$f ICftapp af4ls ts .lest
RlleeH di.ha. put IWa ai
attests itist t,.ntis(( (HiHthl, )
I :.(. maViltg the lsKi iismUi
UiatssSX tha saioc Mtonsbet siH'.- U
n.ent at U listlnnifl vt tl NMMilJt
I'sttMits Uteir cras-i .SsUsn
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