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THE IIK1) CLOUD C1I11W, 11K1) CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1893.
bRTON ANif SMITH OUT
fJRETARIES 8AID TO HAVE TEN
DERED THEIR RESIGNATIONS.
SLatmt I'lisse of tho Hawaiian Quel-
.Secretary (Irrshnm Hat Nothing
WetoSsy Until After tho Arrival ol
wMut Steamer from Honolulu.
rjuMtNUToK, Nov. H.-It la current on
" bet authority that both Secretaries
Hon nnil Hoke - Smith liavo tendered
kjr resignations to President Cleveland
nembcrs of hit cabinet. The reasons
Rttrd were tbu radical and omphatlc
'eminent of tbtie two gentlemen with
ltdent Clerrland'a Hawaiian policy.
JaihwOH,.Not. 14,-Secrctarjr Ores-
i bad nothing to say about tbe news
' Hawaii Neither has ho anything to
to bl letter published last Saturday.
loes not expect to any anything till
r tbe arrirnl of tho next steamer from
Vail. That steamer it due on Thurs-
.and will, It is bellovcd, bring Informa-
tbat tho (tieen ban been restored. If
.'occasion then irtniH to rciiulre another
r from Secretary (ireshnm, tho letter
be forthcoming. Neither lias tho see
ry anything to say of the letter of ex-
lister Steven, published yesterday,
which defends Stevens' course. There
f ;tle new in tho letter, but the ex-niln-
t takes direct issuo with tho secretary
matters of fact in several casts, the
.'I important of which is the charge
Stevens nclcd as part of a conspiracy
' 'ertbrow tbu queen. Slovens tays he
lot rccognlxe the new government un-
U the other groat nations bad done so
when it was the only government on
Cipher Dispatch from Hawaii.
lends of tho secretary sny thatStovcns
oipting fate in going into tho coutro-
f that Gresham has not published
nt's letter yet, which Is severer, it Is
. than Grcsham's. Tho state depart-
i has news of Its own by tho Hteamor
hA. It is written In tho navy depart
'(', cipher. Experts .wero set to work
' . the dispatch in tho afternoon nud
ired over it for several bourn. After
t ring the Mibstnnco of this olllclal com
llcatlon Secretary (Ircsbiim took a
f' of it out to Woodloy for n conferetico
tho matter with President Cleveland.
1 lug was given out from tho Htnto de-
x ueut during the afternoon aa to tho
; :ance of tliu dispatch.
( Hopes of tlio Annriers.
P. Hastings, secretary of tho Ha
.in legation, was shown the disp.ttch
v, Sail Francisco containing tho nni
.nlster Willis' arrival In Honolulu
.lis appointment to present his ere
rtls to President Dole. Tills uows
divlously a great relief to tho minds
be members of tho legation. They
3ed to talk about the matter, but tho
Taction expressed at the presentation
inister Willis of his credentials to
dont Dole suggested that they might
feared that tbe minister would bo
1 to havo been accredited to tho
'i. Tbe plan of tho Hawaiian rcprc
tives evidently Is to stand rigidly on
--ighta they havo acquired by tho rec
kon of their government. Minister
-ton touched tho marrow of their
".when he said in Chicago that any
ipt to overturn tho present govern
by a forelgu power would bo un act
fins l'luns for right In Conjrrrss.
act of war requires tho consent or
.atlon of congress. Congress will tin-
edly tako up tho subject of Hawaii
no way immediately upon assembling
somber. Tho light, It is said, will bo
S'.ou tho administration policy on this
that it has declared wnr without tho
bt of congress and has therein done
liawful net. What etfert it would
n this proposed policy if the present
nment should peacefully yield to tho
islons of tho American minister is
Iscusscd. Tho question involved is
ier so peaceable a proceeding could
arded as an act of war. It is argued
It would bo au act of aggression on a
vina power none tho less becauso tho
u peacefully yielded to tbu threat of
f rwhclmlugly superior a force.
' i l'olutThat l'uxtles Them All.
ill remaius an unanswerable prob-
, n those of diplomatic experience
' be American minister, accredited to
1 iwnlian government, can imiucdl-
; jpon presenting his credentials set
to destroy that government. This
-ise to ninuy surmises, such in that
tl policy pursued by tho state do-
ent bat not lilthertobcenauuouuced
but that Secretary Uresham's ro-
, tbe president was simply designed
I opportunity to rend tho public sen
', on the subject. It Is not ut all nrob-
lat this is true. There is a shrewd
mi lu Washington that tho restora-1
'. Queen LUiouknlaul to tho throno
ot be followed by tho entire with
I of tho inllueneo ot the United
, but tbat with tho work of the last
Jstratlon oneo undone n protectorate
U established over tho monarchy. ,
UrtSTON AT THE CAPITAL,
m Nothing to Say On tho Subject of
, Thurston, tho minister of tho pres-
eminent in Hawaii to the United
has returned to this city. Ho left
ty soma week ago to tako charge of
waiian exHbit at tho World's fair.
on was eeen by a representative of
y foclated Press soon ufter bis ar-
i He was asked if he lnt.il anything to
9 regard to tliu Hawatluu sltuatlou or
py Gresbuui's report on it to Presl-
levelaud, aud replied that ho had
krmatlon not already possessed by
ss aud did not care to discuss tho
t present. Ho said also that he
I perfected his plans yet.
jH.1 ollicer who is uot in favor of an
insaysi "Ouo of the most absurd
! made lu behalf of tho insurgents is
best interest of hnnmuity will bo
;I by allowing the queen to go
her throne. No ouo who has bmi
inivaliun islands us much as I have
leu to such talk. The fact is that
-ruge morality of the native populti
!j quite as good as tliu uvvragu
-the imported elements. The whole
lient tlitio is a (4oud deal of nu
, ouue affair, tut tliu natives bhow
ell us tiny of tho other tlmr.iuieN
Alii I ,w tUo I"1'1-''1 vcy well when she
111 J j VI 11 11 IllslllltlW IVllil ill .Inlili
K.wbo was of Nuiv Kiiglnud oiigln
Jai Yankee, lie and ills wife used
Aituomrmiu. iJumlnls, uu moth-
iltMtlt. IL VilL unnil IiiiiII Imiij,.
""!' HVe UUUIHIII-tUM3l, I
bavo often stayed, Kulakaun, who
rd bocatnc kiug, was their chief of i
police, and Mutt Smith, tl.u Ilawallnu'
minister to the United Slates at tliu time1
ofthorcvolt, was In thno dnysn Klinidej
apothecary, of whom 1 Imvo bought soap
and quinine and tooth bruslies over and
A telegram from San Francisco ia.VFi
"At the Hawaiian consulntelii this city uu
wold was received by the steamship Cliin.i
which would throw further light on I ho
fcttuatlou at tho Mmiils. Consul Wilder
stated to a reporter that in rase the ad
ministration should ask the provisional
to step down and out the answer would
undoubtedly be that the request could not
?Si" tie WXt nlueS j
linvo but oi.o course to pursue. He-
could luivu lint ouu course to tin
slstance to the power of tliu United Stales
would be useless."
Another Ulegrnm from Sati Francisco
gives tho following extract from the Hon
olulu Commercial Advertiser, a copy ot
ffhlch wns brought on tho China with Iter
other news of tho arrival or Willis:
"A return to the old form of govern
eminent is out of the question, and it li
generally conceded that should the mon
archy bo rcstoied by home unexpected and
improbable means It could not lust. The
old historical nxlom that icvnlutlnns can
not go backward could uot be violated in
the casu of Hawaii without grnvu nud se
rious consequences. This, howuver, Is
not expected. The conservative iuteiestr
of the people who really lepreseiit tliu
Hawaiian Islands and own TO per cent, ol
tho business interests of (ho country
would very likely refuse their consent to
such a course."
THE MASKED THUG AGAIN.
Ilrakeman Viiliitly Mint While Itcilstlng n
Trul ii Itnbliery.
DKCATUIl, Ills., Nov. 14. All attempt
was made last night to hold up tho Peoria,
Decatur aud Kvnusvlllo passenger train
due hero at 10 p. in. Three men masked
with handkerchiefs got on at the Lincoln
coal shaft when the train pulled out.
They started through tho combination car
to the express part. Ilrakeman George
Trot nud somo passengers tried to stop
them, Three shots weru fired by tliu rob
bcrs and one. hit tliu brnkemau lu tho
stomach. Ho is expected to die. Six
miles from Lincoln the men pieseutcd re
volvers at somo of tbu passengers in the
coach and demanded money. Tho con
doctor of tho train pulled the bell cord
aud tho train whs soon stopped.
The Miuotliii; of llrakeiiimi Trot.
Ilrakeman Georgu Trot made n bravo
struggle with tho robbers, endeavoring to
knock ouo of them down and overpower
him. He succeeded in getting tho belter
of one, but another shot him, as stated
above, and It is not thought ho can live.
Tho robbers then held tho other people In
tho car in check with their revolvers until
tho train was near .Mount Pulaski. Then
onoofthem jumped ull tbu train, which
waiiuniilng about twenty-llvo miles per
hour, llu had compelled the engineer to
start uuulii after tho train had stopped.
Thoothers got oil at Pulaski and nothing
has been hentd of them. They did uot suc
ceed in getting any money or valuables
from tho passengers.
C'omliiLlnr Itlrliimiml' Statement.
Conductor Chris Itlchmoud said: "As I
wns taking tickets coming out of l.lneolu,
on tho platform between tliu combination
car and tho Indies' ear I snw a man look
ing In at tho window. Ho turned around
and threw u gun lu my fueu and ordered
mo lu hold upiny lmiyls. I ran iiack nud
told tho express inesj'enger thiitwo weru
being held up. I cut the bell eord and
Messenger Henry AIcMuiiuh put out tliu
lights and barred the door. Ilrakeman
Trot enme and askeil for my gun, saying
hu would go out and get them. 1 did not
havu a gun aud betook my billy nud start
ed out. Just nt the door tbu robber shot
through tliu dour and the bullet went
through Trott's stomach. He fell back and
said: "I inn shot through aud ilono for."
Mcniencor Wain Hint Mint.
"Justus cut tliu bell cold 1 felt It
pulled, but it did uot stop tlio eugiiiu and
wu kept going. Ouu man jumped off
while we weru golug at full speed; another
rode Into Mount Pulaski and the messen
ger shot at him lu tho station. Ho gut
away. I did uot heo when tho third man
left. Trott will dio "
Kmest Chester, who lives nt Oakland,
was beating Ills way on the trucks. Hu has
been arrested as a suspicious character.
COSTLY BLAZE AT MEMPHIS.
Lots of 18.-, 000 ,y Fire One .Man
IIiiiiu'iI to Drain.
Memphis, Tcuu., Nov. u What prom
Ised to be one of tho most destructive llres
of Into years was checked by tliu Urn de
part ment after a heroic light with the ful
lowing losses: Schmatr.reld Stove com
pany, building nnd stock, total loss, ?T0,
000; insuied, 130,000. Lemon ic Gal?,
wholesale dry gooMx, stock. Sloy.OOO; build
ing. ST.OoO; insured for )C0,uX,
Tliu Young Men's Christian association
hud rooms in the Schmatzreid building
and found themselves hemmed In by tliu
lire. Several jumped front tbu third story
and were seriously and perhaps fatally
hint. A man named TIimimh H. IJoud
was burned to death and tbu following In
jured by jumping: Charles H. White, arm
broken and internal injuries; K. K. Hoard,
arm broken and .sevoiu bruises; Fred Hoke,
wrists and nrnw hurt; Secretary Smith,
leg broken, Internal injuries, may die.
Ti'lpln TiM-.Mlyh, Kaunas.
TouiiMii, Kas, Nov. la.-F. P. llarniird,
H) years old, shut and killed his wife, aged
ftl; his daughter, aged lid, and himself.
Hu left a letter saying that hu had "out
livid his UMifulluess." It is thought that
hu had been contemplating ihu crime for
home time, as lie had recently bought
lot ill the cemetery.
UocLi'tnller (lives iS."iOO,000 More.
UlluAt.il, Nov. II,-John I). Kockefoller
made his fuui ih gift to tbu L'ulersily of
UilcMgo yeMerd.iy. Its amount Is $30i,
twi. With his prcvionsiloiiutlons this l.it
cuntiibution makes Mr. ltockfeller's gifts
to the university fc.,!3U1iJiu
THE DEATH RECORD.
Professor J. V. Siioupi:, prominent cdu.
cat or, at DuIjikiih-, la.
Major Wn.l.lASl L. Pimilk, oldest editor
lu the United states, at Now Orleans
Mrs. Maiiia I,oui6K Lamp, old resident
Mis. Huosr.viiLT, wife of the secretary
of tbu Ameilean emb.iy at Loudon.
CilAltLl-s Hiihwsii.li, uu old bottler of
Fort Madison, ia.
Captain JotiU'll T. Fowint, widely
known veteran of the late war, at Lions,
Judge KuwAUb Anuii, at Montlcello,
Hev. Dvviu CltAwt'uiiU, old. time popu
lar Methodist minister, ut Toulon, Ills.
LATE ELECTION NEAVS.
Tim i:inilre Sliitn AImi I'nlU In Line
Mn.wiuril llriilcn livNeiirlT IH,un Votes
Miiimiioliiisrtls Dlrrts lrei'iilinl;i) by n
Large I'lurallty Iitim l'robnbly 40,000
CoLUJlFM, Nov. IL llased !on full offi
cial returns fioin nil except eight counties
?!" t" T ! Wp
e'"otl imrtlen In the eight, tho Pro-
hibltioii vote in sixty four and the
Populist vote In sixty-six counties the fol
lowing totals are figured out: McKlnley,
y,000; Ncal, 33,',000; Mncklin, Pro., 4,000;
llrnckeu, Pop., lO.iJOO; total, 8.00U Mc
Klnley's vole was lO.bOO over Hnrrlson's in
1W8, and '.'7,700 over It lu 18W. The Pro
hibitionists loit 4,0(0 and tho Populists
NEARLY 90,000 AGAINST MAYNARD.
Further Heliums from I lie Umpire State
ItcMilt In Hint's.
Nl.W Y(imt, Nov. 0. The latest returns
juugcoi iiiu court ol appeals over .ilay
naidisin round ilguros b'JjuO. General
l'almer's majority for secietary of state Is
a3,l00. Of the sixty counties Maynard se
cures a majority in only seven, viz : Al
bany, Chemung, Greene. New York,
Renesknler, Schoharie and Seneca. Ho
carried New York by about ilJ.OOO. Hart
lett's largest majorities wero In Kings,
JO.HX; Kilo (President Cleveland's old
home). 11,300; Monroe, B.OOO, nud Chau
Meyers' (l)ctnorrnt forsecrctary of state)
majority lu Nuw York county Is moru than
doublu that of Maynaid, viz., 04,073. In
Kings his votu Is ti,(KK) more than May
nurd's. Tho Ueniocratlu rout in Kings Is
complete. Resides tliu loss of mayor, their
control of tbu board of iihlermau is gone.
This puts all tlio power lu tho hands of
their political opponents.
Ni:w Yom:, Nov. 10. Interest is prnctl
cully at au end in regard to the election.
New York has elected tbu Republican
stato ticket by probably U.'i.M'U majority.
The statu senate is Republican by It) to 14
on tbu latest returns, but this may bo
changed to 111 to Ul, and the nsteiubly
stnnds 70 Hopublici.iH to 02 Democrats.
Schleien, Republican for mayor, lias UO,
000 plurality in Hrooklyn. Tamniauy
holds its grip on the city nud elects nil of
Its local candlda'es by pluralities averag
THE FIGURES FOR IOWA
lli-glu With a (iuhi llint Curries tlio Stnte
elected auveuty-slx inembers in the lower
house and the Democrats twenty-four, giv
ing tliu Hepublicaus tho largest majority
lu tnoro than it dozen years. In tliu upper
houso tliu vole will stand Republican
about two to one, or thlrty-thieu to seven
teen, but these ilgures may bu changed
Jackson's friends claim that bis plural
ity will be HO.OOO. General We.-uvr ex
plains It by saying that tliu result is a re
bukototho administration of Cleveland
for abanilouiui: bin promlso of reform of
tho tariff. Then, Wenvir says, tliu Dem
ocrats of tbu unit Invest havo always been
pledged to silver and tho administration
compelled tliu annihilation of tlio white
metal, hence tho rebuke.
Dks MoiNKs, Nov. 10. Tho election of
a Republican legislature menus that a Re
publican United States heuntor will bo
elected at tliu coming session of the as
sembly to succeed Senator Jamea Wilson.
Thu candidates are Congressman Gear, of
Hurllngtou; Hepburn, ot Clarliidn; Attor
ney General J. Y. Stone, and A 1J. Cum
mlug, of De.s Moines.
Latest returns 1'iilleato that Jackson's
plurality for governor will bu nearly :i0,000,
and on tliu balance of the ticket between
0,WO and 8,001) more. Jackson carried his
houiu county by 2,371. Almost every
county shows Republican gains.
Kansas anil Kebrusku.
Chicaro, Nov. 10. The Populists havo
given it up in Kansas aud Nebraska, and
both states aro conceded to tliu Republic
ans. Harrison, Rep., is elected to the Ne
braska supreme court by about 0,000 plu
rality. Tin- Republican regents succeeded
also, in Kansas the Republicans appear
to hnve won a victory over both Democrats
ToiTUA, Nov. 10. Official returns from
eluhty-ouu counties glui thu Republicans
1S02 of thu county olllcers elected, the Pop
ulists 107 nud tint Democrats 10. Of tho
ruuiniiiiug counties eleven wero solidly
Republican lu Ib'Jl, two Populist and tho
remainder divided. Thu Republicans
lime carried eight of the thirteen districts
in which judges weru elected, the Popu
lists two and the Democrats one. The re
sult in the other two is in doubt, with the
chances lu favor of the Republicans.
Thu Ni Ji'iM-y Asat'liibly.
Tiiiimhx, Nov. 10. Tho next assembly
will bu Republican by a two-thirds vote,
thu llmtres standing: Republicans, 40;
Democrats. 2. Thu statu Issuo on thu
racu tracks also entered the local contests
for thu shriei ally, and In eighteen out of
the twenty-olio couniiesof tlio stato thu
Reniiblicaii and anti-race track people
havu elected hlierilT. Tho most ini
poitniit fact about the election is (hut It
makes certa'n the election of a Republican
successor to Senator .McPiiunon,
(irltlln I'.licii'il to C'oii;:rm.
Di:ii:oiT, Nov. U. ('onipleto returns
from the election', shoiv that the eutlio
Republican municipal ticket has beeiisuc
ccssfitl. l'ingiee, l'ep.. for mayor is elect
ed by a pluialliy of 5,700 and thu balance
of thu ticket by from l.'.'oo to 4,300. Tho
Deiuocii'ts mailu a net gain of threu lu tlio
board of aldermen. Lei I T. Giillln. Dem.,
U elected to 1111 1 hu vacancy caused by thu
death of C'oii,;i'esuiau Uiipniau, of tho
Flist diblrlut, by a pluialliy uf 1,700.
IIi;i;ekt hiuee tiiaul mill (lie cloy Kuu.
Plill.AHKi.l'lll., Nov. 10. Tliu returns
that bail! k-eii received from the Interior
make it piobable that tho Republican ma
joilty for Judgu Full for thu supreme
court will not lull much sliuit of 1UO,OUO,
It will bu thu biggest majority that party
ever had here except when Giant beat
Greeley in lb72. Then Graul'b majoritv
CI i'ii it .Suci'p on u l.lKht Vote,
Yank-ion, S. I)., Nov. 10. Tho Demo
cratic teiitr.il couiuiltteu has hen Iqunrtcr
in tliis city, but thu ilietiou returns from
over tliu statu buvu fa led to reach the
secretin)- of the committee. It will requite '
Vffiiiitiiinitursiiii .. .. 41... A !....
" ,. ,."",;,, """""'"' l" i tery, where some 2,600 people gathered
Iti'liliblirnn v rlnri-Ik fullv u urnnt nu !,.. .... . ' . . ." " .
. . .i ,,-'""'"", ino occasion wbh made notablo by tho
most enthuslastluof tho party's leaders t.,M !, c i i.-i..i.i... iii...i ,.....,.
avu claimed. IlaTtlett's majority for 1 Z J Z v.,. Z ' "'"VTZ
one week to roniploto tb count. 'Alwut
1.3,000 votes were enst In tho state, or less
than ono-hnlf n full vote, nnd every Re
purtlicau enndidnto is elected.
l.lcrtlon nl ChlcHgn,
CiliOAdO.N'ov.O. Tho plurality of Judgo
Gnry for superior court Is nbout li.OOO.
The other Republican candidates forjudge
aru 11 elected except Kr.ift, J. H. P.iynp,
Uetiocrnt, boating him. The other He
pub'.lcan judges have from less than 1,000
up. Tho Republicans elect fifteen county
commissioners, the Democrats ten.
Hoston, Nov. 10. -The plurality on the
stato ticket for the Republicans Is .'H.105
for Greenhnlge. Tho othor officers got
about tho same. Tho lower house of the
legislature stands 187 Republicans to f3
Democrats; senate, 34 to 0.
HONOR OF THE
Glorification of Mplci,
utiil Their ComraUci.
CiitCAao, Nov. 111. Services in com
mumorntlouof tho death of the five an-nrchlsts-August
Spies, Albert Parsons,
Louis Llngir, Adolph Fischer nnd Georgo
Fngel were held at tho monument erect
ed in their memory ill Waldhelm cem-
cuted anarchists who wero sentenced ,to
Jollct,but wero pardoned recently by Gov
ernor Altgeld, wero present, Fielden nud
Schwab being tho orators of the day.
When tho men were pardoned It was said
that tho condition of their release was
that they should mako no tnoro anarch
istic speeches, but they made them, never
theless. Tho ceremonies nt tho cemetery
wero preceded by a procession through the
down-towu streets. Services at tho ceme
tery begnn by the rendition of "Annio
Laurie," Parsons' favorite soug, and then
Schwab delivered an fildress.
The MkIiI Hclmo tho Hanging.
The earlier portion of his speech was
taken up by an account of the last night
in jail prior to the execution of tho an
archists. He said: '"Twas tho most
wretched night of my life. The clicking
of the telegraph instruments conveying
every act of tlio mnrtyrs throughout tho
world, alternated with the monotonous
hammering on the (-ciillold and tho awful
thumps when the ropes wero tested. At
lust tho day dawned. Tho servauts of the
law, with distressed faces, were runniug
back aud forth, smelling of schnapps
which they had taken in order to bo in
spired with courago for the murder in the
execution of which they were the instru
incuts. At 11 o'clock Sheriff Matsou ap
peared. Spies Parsons, Fiicherand Knglo
weru handcuffed nud the deuth caps
thrown over them. As they stood before
thu cells they called to us a last farewell,
and the march to tho gallows began."
Chiisi-s of thu liny market Tragedy.
The speaker then reviewed the causes
which led up to the Huymniket massacre.
Ho said: "The preparations of tho capi
talistic class caused our leaders to advise
us to arm and defend ourselves. This ad
vice was pcrhapB foolish and imprudent.
It cannot bo called wIbu under the circum
stances, for in tlio sphere of physical
power tlio capitalist is far superior to tho
workJngman." Regnidlng tlio throwing
of the fatal bomb, ho said: "Wo defy tho
police to trace tho thrower of the bomb to
our rauks.or show that tho man who threw
It wns a worklngmnu." In relntlon to the
pardon by Governor Altgeld, the speaker
said: "Tho action of Govornor Altgeld
brings to us the hope thnt there lire yet
men of stern honesty of purpose who
havo courago to stand up for truth, and
"there is a bright future before us in
which ttutli and right shall prevail."
I'it'lilcii llnjica for "Justice In tho Future."
Ho concluded by earnestly nppeallug to
the audience to bubmlt all questions of
uiuereuce oetween capital and labor to
Fielding next spoke and said: "To-day
wo btand in thu face of a society bnsed not
on equal rights, but on tho rights of privi
lege, and tho only thing that gives us
courage Ik that hero and them a man rises
up like Governor Altgeld who lias the
courago of his convictions. Tho men
buried yonder will rccelvo justice in the
future. I beseech that you go to your
homes and resolve to do your duty lu
righting tlio wrong douo them." After
siuglug tliu assemblage dispeised.
Sum i'ivhlen Dlnnt liy Stead.
Chicago, Nov. 1U.a notable dinner
took place In tho Auditorium hotel, the
guest being Samuel Fielden, who was re
cently released from Jollet prison, and tlio
Lost W. T. Stead, one time editor of tho
London Pall Mall Gazette, and now of
Thu Ruvleiv of Reviews. The anarchist
and tho editor had a pleasant hour to
gether. CONDITION OF GOV. RUSK.
A Very Sick Man, with Chances for Recov
Vli:o(jtiA.WIs Nov. ll.-Generul Rusk's
condition for two days has been all tbat
ills plijsicians and family havo dared to
hopo for. Average temperature Is about
101, w It li all day fever, but ho rests fairly
wen nun sleeps unit tlio night. His suf
ferings aro Intense, necessitating tho use
of opiates at intervals. Hu is very weak.
Ouu of his physicians remains with him
day mid night. Although tho general's
casu Is a very critical onu thu physlcluus
hold out assurances that his chances for
recovery rro good.
Ulna HI 00,000 to tho .Museum.
Chicago, Nov. ll.-Harlow N. Hlglu
Imthani yesterday gave 100,000 from his
private fortune to tho endowment fund of
thu Columbian museum, which practically
as aires tlio fiillilluieut. of tho conditions
attached to Marshall Field's gift of l,0W',
000, miidu two weeks ago.
Amount of Mayor Harrison's Kttute.
Chicago, Nov. lO.-Carter II. Harrison's
will has been brought Into tho probate
court, but not formally liled. All that
basso far been madu public is that iu his
request for tboappoiutnient ofadmiuls
traiiuu W. P. liuiiisou gave the uuiouut
of the estate at $000,000.
Snlft Muyur 1'iu Tem, o( Chlcugo,
CHICAGO, Nov. 10. George H. Swift
took the oath of olllco last ulght, his bond
wasapptuved by tho city council, and bo
touk his beat as mayor pro tem. of Chica
go. The ceremony of installation was
brief, occupying not more than teu min
utes. Siniitor I'Hitl's Wife llt-ad.
Wasiiinc.ion, Nov. 14. Mrs. Piatt, wlfo
fif SlMlllttir l'lifttttif l?,tl,tiMrlln,ir .lln.t i
paruliul at tbe Atllugtou hotel,
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HISTORY OF A WEEK.'
Wednesday, Nor. Ik
'fhs Intest report from Wntcrloo, In., Is
that Governor Holes is decidedly better.
Tho attorney genernl of Illinois has de
cided thnt a building nnd loan association
cannot mako nn assignment.
James l'lielnu, of Detroit, has been ap
pointed collector of customs ot that port,
vice James H. Stone.
James A. Hell, charged with embezzle
ment nt Chicago, took strychnine before
ho went to court and had a lit oil arriving.
Ho will live.
Seymour S. Cadot, salesman for a Vir
ginia distillery, has been indicted for em
bezzling fc,833 of tho company's funds.
Wilhite'd shoe store, John Mohr'e gro
cery, Joseph Mohr's hardware storo aud
other property nt Danvors, Ills., burned.
Loss, 125,000; Insurance, $0,600.
A prairie flro is raging near Hay
Springs, Neb. Tho fire has already burned
over u strip twenty miles long nud eight
miles wide, destroying many houses and
barns and hundreds of tons of bay.
Thursday, Nov. O.
The Viking ship is on the Illinois river,
en routo to tho Mississippi, nnd tho cap
tain nnd crew aro receiving every atten
tion at nil tho towns ou tho route.
Judgo TuthiU's court at Chicago has
succeeded iu obtaining so far but one of
thetwelva Jurors who nro to glvo Dan
Coughllii his secoud trial for tho murder
of Dr. Croniu.
At Moberly, Mo., the Chicago-Kansas
City "cannon ball" train ran into nu open
switch aud was demolished. The flremau
was killed nud the engineer bndly hurt. A
number of passengers wero Injured, but
nono seriously, Believed to bo a train
Warron county, Ills., supervisors bavo
awarded tho contract for a I73.0J0 court
house nt Monmouth, whero tho present
court house, built In 1833, is ouo of the
oldest in Illinois.
The next Kentucky legislature will con
sist of 110 Democrats, 23 Hepublicaus ami
8 Populists. This insures tho re-election
of William Lindsay United States senator.
Henry E. Tlcpke (Rep.) is elected mayor
of Paw-tucket, It. I., by uinety-four ma
jority over Thomas Robinson (Dem).
I'rldny, Nov. 10.
Fritz Stctter, a butcher nt Oswego,
Kendall county, Ills., had a quarrel with
an employo named Jacob Molr, nnd in tho
hcuIUu Sletter's neck was brokeu. Molr
claims it was au accident.
General J. S. Martin, of Salem. Ills., ono
titue chairman of the Republican stato
central committee, married Miss Margaret
Savage, of Ashland, Ky.
General Cnrlln's son nnd a party of flvo,
who left Spokano on a hunting expedition
six weeks ugo, aro missing lu tho Hitter
Root mountains, Montana.
Charles McCafferty, tho turfman, shot
and killed Charles Collins, a barkeeper,
at St. Louis, Collins bad assaulted Mc
Cafferty bemuse the latter protested
against 1:1s foul language lu the presenco
of ladles on a car.
Mrs. Anna Swinnrton, of Chicago, is
suing George Lu Houtilller. tho New York
dry goods merchant, for $30,000 damages
for tho loss of nn eye. Sho claims that
while iu Lo Houtillier's storo a pin was
snapped into her eyu by a casliboy.
Louis Floyd, who, with his brother
Frank.consplred with Paying Teller Philip
M. Gehrig to rob tho bank of Minneapolis
of 5P0.O0O, whs arrested In New York ou n
steamship destined for Rio do Janeiro.
Suturilay, Nov. 11.
It Is at last know thnt eleven Uvea wore
lost by tho burning of tho steamer City
of Alexandria near Havana, live of tho
crew Pursor R.W. Hoiven.tjunrtorninster
Thomas Linden, Louis Hlack and Georgo
Smith (walters),anil William Foster (oiler).
Tho other six wero negro stevedores.
Great Hritaln has not asked thu United
States to exert a mediating inllueneo in
Urii7.il and end the strife In that country.
The latest rebellion in Cuba ended dis
astrously for tho rebels, who were defeated
lu their first encounter with tho govern
ment forces. The insurgent leader, Gen'
ernl Ksquerre, was captured and his folj
lowers escaped to the mountains.
The Greek klug has charged M. Tri
coupis with the tusk ot form I tig a new
Tho extradition treaty between tho
United States aud Norway has beeu rati
fied. Tho first baby born in thoCherokco
Strip hns been named in honor of Hoko
Monday, Nov. 13.
Frank Fnlk has confessed nt Milwaukee
that lie has been the cause of half n
dozen llres ia that city all comparatively
A reward of $1,000 is offered for the cap-'
turo of tho man who assaulted Colonel
Heirlck iu tho Society for Savings nt
At tho St. James hotel Si. Louis, I).
Perry Collius aud James Salmon left n
gns burner open and were found dead next
It cost over $l,&!)i,000 for sculpturo nnd
staff work at thu World's fair.
The excltumout nt Uardstuwn, Ky., hns
blown over. Tho jury rendered a verdict
of hanging lu thu case against Evans, tho
negro assailant of Edna Hall, aud Evuus
was seiueuceu to iinng Jan. 0, next.
It is stated at New York thnt thnkn.
called Hrooklyn "gang" will be prosecuted
mid forced to disgorge $5,000,000 which it
The Grecian monarchy has a new minis
try with Trlcoupis at Its head.
Tuesday, Nov. 14.
Frank Garvin ordered two men off Ida
his father's lurm, whero thoy wero hunt
ing, near Louisville, Ky., aud becauso they
did uot miivu fast enough lie shot ono of
itiem, named .lolm Cooke, killing him.
The Missouri state treasury holds flOO,-'
uisiuuiiuuii uuioni: liliKliown
larmer HrUht, living near Lima, O.,
was done out of 85,000 which ho drew from
the bank to satisfy tno strangers that lie
had It. Mrs. lirluht died from the shock
produced by the loss.
Three more deaths have occurred at
GrantsburK, Wis., from 'nn epldemio
which both battles aud puzzles tao doc
tors, Tho vaccination corps luooulated fiO.OOO
met), women uud children in Nevf York
Charles K. IlarrrJ, tho author of "After
tho Hall," has married Miss Cora Lehr
berg, of Chicago.
ine total number of Uvea lost at San
tauder, Sjinui, by tho dynamite ejploslou
was '.'50; wounded, 400; property, loss' t2,
juiKusi. x, u. inner, who stotat-j.onn
.........A Ml 41 ,1, . .
Worth of diamonds fruin MnOuwrit
Chlowo, ha. bwn .rrested In Plttlburf. ,
CREATED QUITE A STIR.
J. Carl Hamuli, St. Louis Hanker, Made a
' (Sensational flnccch to Hankers,
Dkcatuh, Ills., Nov. 15. Tho Stato
Bankers' ii'soclation ot Illinois mot in
stnto convention, John P. O'Doll of Chi
cago presiding. Professor J. Lawronco
Lnughlin of Chicago road n papor on
"Tho Abumlauco of Gold," contending
thnt it is tho only money niotnl; that it
is not getting scarcer; thnt the financial
question should bo romovod from poli
tic) nnd a government commission ap
pointed to decido upon tho financial
The privnto bankers' association was
consolidated with tho stato association,
F, W. Tracy of Springfield being olooted
prosident. J. Carl Russell, cashier of
tho Bank of tho Hopubllc of St. Louis,
wns introduced nnd created quito a stir
by his talk of international coinago of
gold and silvor. Tho prcsont plan of tho
government ho chnracterizod as dishon
est. W. P. Haley called him to order
and said his statements wore an insult
to any intelligence Mr. Russell then
left tho platform.
Mr. O'Dcll thon donounced Rus.cll'a
otntcmouts ns rank huresios, saying it
wns tho purposo of tho association to
disseminata truth, not untruth.
Will Mtlll lie the Destroyer
New York, Nov. 15. President
Peixoto of Brazil hns cabled to Minister
Minindonn nt Washington thnt inasmuch
as tho liiimo Destroyer wns given to tho
Bubtnarino boat that boars it by hor in
vontor, Captain John Ericcson, with
whoso nnuio and faino ho is woll ac
quainted, sho mhould continuo to bo so
called. Flint & Co. hnvo virtually de
cided to send tho Destroyor to Brnr.lt
early next wook in tow of tho powerful
ocenn going tug Scandinavian. Com
modoro Oillis, United Stntos navy, may
bo inndo tho oxocutivo officer of tho De
stroyer. Several additional guns wero
mounted on 1 Cid.
Will l'roceed to Honolulu.
Vai.muo, Cal., Nov. 15. It is said on
good naval authority thnt as soon as tho
Mohican nnd Ringor now nt Mnro Is
land nuvy yard can bo mndo ready for
Boa, tho secretary of tho navy will order
their commnudors to proccod direct to
Honolulu and roport to Admiral Irwin.
On nrrival at Honolulu tho Mohican
will bo mndo flagship of tho Pacific
squadron relieving tho Philadelphia
which will immoJiatcIy proceed to Muro
Charged With Holng- nn Accomplice,
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 15. William J,
Parish was arrested chnrged with being
un nccomplico in tlio murder of young
Mr. Langdon, Oct. '.'3. Lnngdon wns
knocked in tho bond on his way homo
from a street car. John Parish, colored,
was nrrostsd ou tho charge of com
mittin! tho murdor. Parish and Lnng
don woro partners in tho wholoanlo
Kyo Lost by a 1'otuto Kxploillng,
Philadelphia. Nov. 15. Mrs. Cath
erine Johnson of Cnmdon had ono oyo
knocked out and tho othor injured by a
potato exploding. Sho put tho potntos
in tho oven, and when sho opened it ono
flew up liko a toy bnlloon and knockod
hor oyo out.
Serving For Ills Wife's Crime.
Ottumwa, In., Nov. 15. Amolia
Darby in tho district court ploalod
guilty to tho murder of Thomas Lloyd
of Kob Juno 27, for which her formor
husband is now serving n Hfo seutenco
iu tho Fort Madison p3iiitontiary.
Want Iliiiungcs For I'uUe Arrest. i
HiM.snoito, Ills., Nov. 15. Mombors
of tho Salvation Army havo brought
huh against mo nntermon and policemen
of Pnnii for $-10,000 damages for false
imprisonment. Over S00 witnesses have
been subpiunnod to nppcar at tho trial.
Illinois Laborers In Hesilon.
Galksiiuho, Ills., Nov. 15. Tiio Illi
nois Stato Fodoration of Labor mot hero
with 05 delegates, roprosonting 100,000
members. An out-of-work committee,
to tuko stops to secure work for tho un
employed in Illinois, wns nppointed.
To Urgo ltatHlcutlnu or the Treaty.
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 15. Now that
tho Newfoundland government has boon
sustained at tho polls it is its intontion
to urgo immediately thnt tho Gliidstono
administration intify tho Uond-Ulaino
Chlcusn drain nnd Provision,
CillCAiio, Nov. II. Wheat lost lo I inlay on a
heavy increase In luirtliMesturn count ly clu
valur Blocks, heavy norlliui'sturu receipts, nu
unexpected Inerenso iu United States storks,
small export clearaneei nud freo selling.
com was weak, tint less ifllcally sr. Hum
wheat, and tliu Ins at tbu close mis fi.On JJo
to-JJe. Oats ueru H lower and piovWimi :ni0
oil fur pork. 13c for bird and I7u loner
WHKAT-FIrm: cash, OU.'sc; December.
01 Wet .May, iJi.Oe.
COHN'-t'ash, 37K. Deiembiir aiJiawre:
OATS L'nMci.r.vrii, I'Su, Decuuibur, USjic:
i'dltlv Klrrn: .Tammy. Sll.io.
LAKD-Klrin: January, W.
HlbS-riim; January, &1M.
Chicago Llvn Morlc.
Ciiicaoo. Nov. Il.-(!A'ITI.R-Tha hnndfrl
of eattlu hern today weru very soon ilhMnci
of and nt stilf price. Natives uinrally sn',4
Ai 111 l(L ulk'll II Iftd 11 HnlL likln IlLI'.-
and from ji.orook in'ni Z "iToTili Vi .
o western lauuers neio rui.vuil.
UUliM iho I
MM market was ni'ilvn m
basis of S.VT.ViJ.'i.S'l for iliok'.i nrniliM w.l.iii.4
over HU) lbs,, and at $V.i ian.ni fur e.li. .. i ti
fancy as.-orted Ibtlit iieUlils-averaulns Ini".
l.'nitolfJMbs. Chulcu medium neluhls nol.l v..
hlh as S3.UJ and tlio bulk of tbu MntT iim
wi'lKhed iibuvii IViiV Tlmu llu'inci Inillihi
nnadvaurnuu tbuloMust piUuj of lusttr.U--ofSotolDc.
HIIKKl'-Only about I.Vfl have arrived
elm e Saturday. Mulct uuru l.iruely nl J:.yj
VSiiZ for slicup and at Sl.Witl.V) tor lambs.
HecclptB-Oattlo,5,00ii lalvus, I.0JJ: hui;,
8,OW; sheep, U.0J0.
South Omaha lUp Mofk.
a.au headi PUI lu IVil lbs. SU.-.J..V.-.-.; Ilwto
U lbs,, ti.WH.M; U to lion lbs., $l.u)3t.a;
ciiuicoums. s-MtXitMH; eoiuuion cow. Sl.fXKfi
yU.'J V'1!"'1 fci,,,uw, $:uwn.iw; cumniou feeders,
v-.-vv". .uurMi aeiivuailil lilnlier.
jiuiia iieceipis, l.'jm
f.i; mixed; $.Vb0a3.t:
iiuus-iieceipts, 4.UU0 hoiidi llulit. SSClia
wiii,'i.'i)ii...,. .,:... .., . .
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