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SHIP GOES DOWN
German Training Frigate Onoi
tfenau Founders Off Malaga
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY LIVES LOST
Captala Ule Manfully nt III Tot
Cadets Seek Safety In Ilont llut'
Meet Dltatter Many Are Unreel
By Authorities on Shore,
A Madrid dispatch of December 10
ays: Tho Ucrmun training frigate
GnelBenau 1ms foundered olt Malaga,
sixty-five miles east northeast of Gib
raltar. Private dispatches say that
140 persons were drowned.
Tho Uuelscnatt foutidered at the en
trance to the port of Malaga, where
site was about to take refuge from the
terrible storm profiling.
The training ship had been nt Ma
laga since November 1 practicing with
guns of large calibre She had been
previously nt Meirudor, Morocco. At
10 o'clock a rsview of the cadets was
The wind was extremely violent and
instruction were given to stoke up
as rapidly as possible. Hut u large
wave had struck the ship snapping the
anchor chains. Sho was driven help
less toward the shore aud suuk. The
crow threw thcmselve into the sea and
clung to the wreckngo, but tho major'
ity quickly disappeared. Captain Krest
email died at his post.
Tho Malaga life boat made heroic
efforts and rescued llftecn, but the
weight capsized the boat and twelve
wore drowned. The other three were
saved by means of ropes thrown to
thorn. The port authorities saved
many of the sailors. The hurvlvors
have been received ut tho hosuital, tho
llotel dtc Ville and private houses.
MR. BRYAN AN EDITOR
Will Blarl m Weekly Netrapaper in Lin
coln. W. J. 11 r.y an has announced his de
termination to publish a weekly news
paper, to be called The Commoner.
The paper will be printed in a Lincoln
printing otllce and in tho course of a
few days Mr. liryun will announce the
names of ills assistants in tho enter
prise. The paper will probably bo
something after the stylo of J. Ster
ling Morton' Conservative but with a
different political trend, and in a
measure the paper will bo a competi
tor of the Conservative, the Indepen
dent, the Nonconformist, and the
Omaha World-Herald. Mr. Bryan
made the following statement:
"I have for several years had in con
templation the establishment of a
weekly newspaper aud this seems an
opportune time for undertaking it.
"Intending to devote my life to tho
study and discussion of public ques
tions, I have chosen this method be
cause it will best accomplish the pur
pose which I have in view. Through
such u paper I shall bo able to keep in
touch with social, economic and politi
cal problems. Tho paper will at tho
same time, if successful, provide an
income sutllcicnt for my pecuniary
needs and this kind of work will allow
me more time with my family than I
have been able to cujoy for several
"1 expect to lecture occasionally, es
pecially In college towus, where I can
speak to students, but my principal
work will be done with tho pen, or
perhnps I should say, with tho pencil.
"Tho paper will be called Tho Com
moner und will defend tho principles
set forth in the Kunsas City platform.
Tho first ib.su c will uppcar in January.
I shall bo publisher and editor. The
place of publication will bo Lincoln.
"Tho subscription price will be one
dollar per year, and silver will be ac
cepted at par."
Accused or Stealing Cattle.
A Nelllfll tfllnnntnll nt 11flon,nlnr 1 .
says: On Monday lust Alex Karlsld'tlonsare favorable for his recovery
drove thirty-five head of fat cattle into
tho yards of William Wulf, on the
Clearwater creek, for a rest, and see
ing some men driving into the place
whom he recognized he disappeared
and never returned for the cattle. In
u day or two Reno llros. of Oukdale,
who hod mlbsed some cattle from their
yards, viewed the cattle and claimed
them for their own, and had a warrant
i8scd for Karls, who was arrested aud
lodged in jail in this place.
A ceil Mall Carrier Injured.
While Reuben Miles, uu old gentle
man who carries the mail between
Rock Bluffs at Plattsmouth was driv
ing home with his family, on Decem
ber 15, he met with an accident which
resulted in a painful fracture of the
Iwne in hla left arm. They drove to
ono side of the road to enable another
vehicle to pass, when two of tho wheels
went down Into a small ditch, throw
ing the occupautfi out. Mr. Miles is
past fifty years of age, and the uccl
dent may result in permanently dis
Injured In i Collision.
One man was killed and thirteen in
jured December 15 as the result of n
rear end collision on the Pennsylvania
road at Kittaning Point, Pa., between
an engine and a cabin car at the end
of a freight. Tho victims of the wreck
were tramps who wero beating their
way. Tho names of tho dead man and
of tho injured men are not known.
On Kill Two.
Miles Novotomy, astonogruplier, and
Henry II. Gibbous, wore asphyxiated
by escaping gas in their rooms in a
Now York boarding houso.
WILLING TO ACCEPT TERMS
Emprrii HowaRer Tell What She Will
Do to UrluB t'rarr.
"Information has reached tho Wn
Chanr viceroy." says the Shanghai cor
respondent of tho London Standard,
"that the empress dowager has agreed
to accept tho following peace negotia
tions: "An early return of Kmpcror Kwang
Su to power; indemnity to the amount
of 40,000,000! the right of each lega
tion to maintain a guard of 8,000
troops and the appointment of a
foreign advisor to each parvlnco of
"General Shcng has received a tele
gram from Shan Fit asserting that the
empress is about to start for Cheng Tl
Nu, In the province of S! Clung. I.i
Hung Chang and I'rlnee Chlng have
received the empress dowager's per
mission to take the imperial seal from
tho forbidden palace and to uso it in
Mr. Morrison wiring to the Times
from Pekln says: "Tho general opin
ion is that China will willingly accede
to the terms of the collective notes,
and If there be no dissensions tho
powers will hope that time will give
her an opportunity to ovadc Its con
dition. Tho question regarding tne
credentials of LI Hung Chang and
Prince Chlng is being adjusted."
MANY MILLIONS IN GOLD
Output In tho United State for 1800
IMarod nt 871,003,400.
Tho report of the director of the
mint on the production of gold and
silver In tho United States during the
calendar year 1801) shows the output to
have been 871,053, 400 In gold und 832,
858,700 in silver at Us average commer
cial value during tho year. Tho gold
product was the greatest in tho history
of tho country. Following is tho
value of the production from the load
ing states, as estimated by the director
of the mint:
Alaska I 5,4W0 81000
Arizona J.M'MiX) B46.HSO
California IMD7.W0 4V4.5W)
Colorado 'AVH.VSJtiu 13,597.740
Idaho 1.HW.0UU 2,3II.0W)
Montana 4,7C0,IW O.oW.MO
Nevada SWUMM) 60(1,010
South Dakota 6.109.6OJ M.StM
Utah 3,4fO.B0U 4.2.WUH)
Washington CSft.400 153,000
Total 171,053,400 I3J,8M,700
The world production of gold In 181)9
was 8300,584,000, an increase of 810,
150,300 over tho yield of 1808. The
world's production of silver in 1BU0
was 107,224,243 lino ounces against
165,205,572 line ounces In 1808.
RUN INTO TRAP. .
llrltUU Htiataln Another Itevena With
Uoer Near 1'retorla.
A London dispatch says: Lord Kltch
ner reports that after severe lighting at
Nooltgedacht.Ocn Clements forces were
compelled to retire by Commandant
Delary with a force of 2,500 men. Four
Uritish ofllcors were killed. Tho other
casualties wore not reported,
Lord Kichner's olllclal dispatch to
the wer office Is as follows:
Pretoria, Dec. 12. Clemonts' force at
Nooitgedacht, on the Magaliesburg,
was attacked at dawn today by Del a
rey, reinforced by Reycr's commando
from Warm Math, making a force esti
mated at 2,500. Though tho llrst at
tack was repulsed the Hocrs mauaged
to get on the Mugallesburg, which was
held by four companies of tho North
umberland Fusiliers und were thus able
to command Clements' camp. Ho re
tired on llekpoort and took np a posi
tion on a hill in tho center of tho val
ley. The casualties have not beon report
ed, but the lighting was very severe,
and 1 deeply regret that Colonel Lang
of the Twentieth Hussars and Cap
tains McUean, Murdoch and Atkins
were killed. Reinforcements have loft
noland Kee, May Kecorer.
At St. Luke's hospital New York,
it was said there wbh no change in
the condition of Roland Heed. No
new complications have arisen and
there is hope for his recovery.
Lieutenant Hobson, who is at the
Presbyterian, has improved and all in
Cincinnati Foundry Hum.
The building, foundry and machin
ery of the Lane & Hodlcy works, Cin
cinnati, O., were burned, the loss be
ing from 8200,000 to 8250,000. They
were large manufacturers of saw
mills, traction engines and many other
articles. Captain Packer, of tho Are
department, was seriously injured.
II Hope for Andre.
The brother of Prof. Audro, the
missing Arctic explorer, who attempt
to reach iho north polo in a balloon,
resides at Gothenburg, Denmark, from
which it is announced that, hoping for
Andre's return from the polar regions,
he has deferred opening tho latter'
tebtiraeut for twelve months.
Found Dead In Dlngr Room.
William E. nealy, an attorney for
merly associated with Assistant Secre
tary of War Melklojohn in government
legal work in Omaha, Neb., was found
dead in a dingy room at the Stafford
hotel, Van lluren street and Pacific
avenue, Chicago. Death was duo to
New Fueklng riant.
A charter has been filed at Chicago
in Recorder Simon'H oflleo incorporat
ing tho John Cudahy company with a
capital stock of 8500,000. Tho object of
the incorporation is to conduct a gen
oral manufacturing and mercantile
business. A new packing plant will
bo erected immediately at Wichita,
Kan. John Cudahy Is tho principal
Will Wed an American.
Miss Vivian Sartorls, Nelllo Grant's
daughter, Is Ingoged to wcdt Timothy
Nichols of Now York.
Young Man Near Hubbard, Neb.,
IT IS BELIEVED HE WAS MURDERED
Had Money on. Ill l'cnton Hail Sold l.oitil
of Hog In Town mid Started Home
Ha Not llcen Seen Mure
A Hubbard, Neb., Dee. 17 dispatch
says: Frank Heed, son of Henry Heed,
a well to do farmer, whose home Is
four miles from hero, Is mysteriously
missing and fears are entertained that
he lias been murdered for money which
It is supposed he was carrying on his
person. Last Saturday ho came to
Hubbard with a load of hogs, sold
them ahd started home. He has not
been seen since anil Ills team was found
Ina creek two miles out, one dead and
the other almost dead. No trace could
be found of Heed's body, his clothing
or any clue to his fate. Tho authori
ties are Investigating the case.
Superintendent .inrlcton Announce Share
Koch County Secure.
State Superintendent .laekson com
pleted the state school apportionment
and issued a statement showing how
much each county is to receive from a
total of 8307,830.54. As the whole
number of persons of school age Is
377,701. the rate per scholar Is a frac
tion less than HP cents.
Tho fund has been apportioned as
County. No. scholars
Adams 7.340 5
Hox Huttu 1,010
Hutlor ft, Mi I
Dawson 4 ,535
Dodge f . 8.082
. . . . 8-iO
Furnas. . .
Oospe r. . .
Keya Paha 1.071
Red Willow 3.520
Scotts Hluff 880
Caahed Forged Cheek.
A man giving Ins name as Frank
Wilson, and a companion, were In Has
tings, Nell., tho other day, and secured
810 from the treasurer of the Modern
Woodmen lodge on a forged check,
bearing the name of Tom Hgau, a
member of the lodge. Wilson carries
a letter signed by Rev. J, II. Dadsham,
of Douglas, Wyoming, in which tho
writer claims to stand good in thu
name of Douglascamp, for any amount
not to exceed 820 which Wilson may
cecuro from a ramp of Woodmen to
assist him on his journey, Thu letter
is undoubtedly forged.
BAPTISTE GARNIER SHOT.
rnmou IndliinScout of Northuet Victim
of Saloon Itow.
Ihipttste Gamier, formerly known
all over the union as "Little Hat," tho
fearless Indian scout, who llrst came
Into prominence by services rendered
to General Crook and later for daring
service in all the big Indian wars, was
shot in the saloon of 0. II. Dietrich, at
Crawford, Neb., December 1ft.
"Little Mat" camo down from Ft.
Hobluson where ho Is stationed asohlcf
of the government scouts, and after
drinking some liquor got Into dlputo
with James I). Hnguowood, manager
of the saloon. Little attention was
paid to tho dispute over a forty cent
bill (hinder refused to pay, until sud
denly Haguewond drew a revolver from
behind the bar mid tired at close range,
the bullet entering nud powder burn
ing the neck close under tho chin,
darnier staggered out of the saloon
and across the street where he fell un
conscious, dying later.
Haguewood. immediately after the
shooting, put on his oat and hat ami
surrendered himself to Marshal Moon
ey, who has him now In custody, lie
says he shot In self-defense.
"Little Hat" Is married. Haguewood
Is a peaceable man and regarded gen
erally as an all round good fellow. It
Is hard to conceive how he let his auger
get the best of him.
Indians from the reservation, where
"Little Hat" was popular, are expected
In town and trouble is feared.
A SUDDEN SHOCK.
Iteverav In South Africa Dumbfound
The astounding and utterly unexpect
ed reverse of the Uritish at Miigalies
herg, tno news of which was broken to
the nation exactly one year after Gen
eral Huller's defeat at Colenso, offcetu
ally dispones of any hope that tho war
in .South Africa is nearly ended, but
the myth that operations were, of a
guerilla nature Is over, says a Loudon
dispatch. The extent of tho revcrc,
and the disgrace of such a large body
of men surrendering to a small con
tingent of liners, has created a feeling
of shame and astonishment which llnds
free vent With somewhat of a coinci
dence the Northiimherlaudsare known
as the "Hunting Fifth." The second
batiilllou, to which tho captured com
panies belong, was one of the heaviest
sufferers at Stonuherg a year ago.
The regiment lias often In en pro
nounced by home and foreign critics
to bo one of the finest in the Hritish
A grim irony now attaches to Lord
Huberts' description of the war as
"over." Sunday tho war otllce, for the
llrst time in many months, remained
open through a Sunday in response to
the demand of tho public anxiety to
learn tho latest news. Lord Kitchener
is reported to have sent a fresh and
urgent request to wild out every avail
able mounted man. With General
Dewet again escaped through the cor
don In the neighborhood of Thahuu
chu, the serious affairs at Vryheid and
.castrom aud the Magallcsherg disas
ter confronting tho Hritish people,
they may well begin to ask, as they
do, why Lord Roberts Is ullowcd to
The colonial otllce announces Its de
cision to enlist 5,000 men instead of
1,000 previously asked to be recruited
In Great Hritalu for General Haden
Powells' constables, which shows that
recruiting in South Africa is less active
than had been anticipated.
Dispatches from Lourcnzo Marque,
assert that all the Hoer forces arc
plentifully supplied with ammunition
hut terribly in want of food and clothing-
FATAL DOSE OF POISON.
Dcapundciit Over l.oin AfTnlr J rand
IhIiiikI Man Kill llliiielf.
A young man named L. Hansen, son
of N. Hansen, a well known farmer
residing several miles southeast of
Grand Island, Neb., took ills own life
by taking strychnine. He was found
dead In the buck yard of Mrs. L.
Kraft's residence property. Hansen
was an acquaintance of Mrs Kraft
and her daughter. Miss Lena. He had
called at their homo and was complain
ing of his affairs and It appears espe
cially over his relations with another
young lady, to whom it is expected ho
referred in a farewell nolo as my "llrst
Furiuer'H KlK Stolen.
Some thief stole from tho hitching
post at tho farm of M. Hutchison, near
Waco. Nob., a horse, buggy and har
ness. A search has been made and
circulars sent out but so far no trace
of tho rig can be found. The mare
weighed about 050 pounds and was
blind in right eye. The York county
olllciuls have offered 825 reward fo
arrobt and conviction of thief.
Shot lly n Comrade.
A Hoston, Muss., dispatch says that
Corporal Herbert C. Chase of Company
I), 20th volunteer infantry, wt shot
and killed in tho Philippines by Jako
Henderson of the same company. Hen
derson mistook Chase for an Insurgent
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Sol Wolfe, a Chicago retail clothier,
has been declared a bankrupt.
Americans who went to Paris to take
in tako In tho exposion, are returning.
Parliament was dismissed Saturday,
December 10, the queen's speech being
Frank L. Williams, general agent of
of tho Streator Hottlo und Glass com
pany at Streator, III., committed sui
cide by shooting himself. Tho tragedy
occurred at the homo of hisbrothor-ln-law
lu Milwaukee, Wis.
BAIL OR 00 TO JAIL
Situation Which Faces Mayor of
WRIT Of HABEAS CORPUS IS DENIED
Judge naxtrr Utile Agalnat Demand for
Buch The Attorney For Defendant
Itetort to nil I'omIIiIo Way to
Secure lteleae of Client.
Mayor Allen R. Kelly of South Oma
ha, Neb., must either give ball or go
to jail pending a hearing on the charge
of bribery at the nuxt term of tho dis
trict court. The application for a
writ of habeas corpus exempting him
from posting seeit'ity in the usual way
was denied by Judge llaxter of Doug
las county a'tcr a hearing that lasted
nearly a whole day.
Kelly's attorneys attempted to cir
cumvent tho custouiaty procedure by
the pica that their client, being an
executive otllecr. could not be held
under the laws, as the statute relating
to bribery mentions only ministerial
and judicial oflleers, .ludge llaxter
said the intent of law-makers is plain
ly to punish people who resort to bri
bery and that the meaning of tho word
"ministerial" cannot be construed dif
ferent than signifying executive, us
distinguished from judicial.
"I must hold that it is the Intent of
the legislature to include executive of
tlccs under the head 'ministerial,' aud
therefore it follows that the writ must
Kelley's attorneys asked to have
their exceptions noted aud Informed
the court that their client 'vould fur
nish bond Immediately. The case will
now be heard In the district court at
the next term.
NEBRASKA CENSUS FIGURES
Population nf Cltle llntlnc Over Two
A Washington dispatch says: The
population of incorporated places In
Nebraska having a population of
more than 2,000, but less than 25,000
is as follows:
Alllanoa 2,535 Kearney .1,034
Auburn 2,004 McCook 2,445
Ileatrlce 7,875 Neb. City. .. .7,380
Hlalr 2,070 Norfolk 3,880
Columbus 3,522 North Platte. 3,040
Crete 1,100 Plattsmouth. .4,004
1-atrbury 2,140 Schuyler 2,157
Falls City 3,022 Tccumseh.. . .2,005
Fremont 7,241 Wahoo 2,100
Grand Island. 7,554 Wayne 2,110
Haatings 7,188 Wymore 2,020
Hldrege 3,007 York 0,132
A(r1 ou a. A. It. Kpranipment Ilnle
The entire west will have unstinted
praise for the popular Chicago, Hock
Island & Paclllc and Hurllugton sys
tems for tho stand thoy took In regard
to a rate of ono cent u mile on account
of the encampment of the Grand Army
of the Republic which meets in Den
ver, September 10, 1001. The adjust
ment of rates had been tip before the
Western Passenger ushociatlon at sev
eral of its meetings of late, and llnally
that august body either failed or abso
lutely Ignored the concession asked for,
and tiring of the seeming uncalled for
delay and standoffs, the two mastodon
arteries in western rallwaydom refer
red to above took tho bit and have sot
the pneo for popular prices for tho new
century and the traveliug public will
praise them for it.
TEXT BOOK LAW A TARGET
Amendment Will lln Crued Upon the
The state text book law, one of tho
best ucts put in tho statute book by
the populists while they were in pos
session of the state, probably will be
amended thlK winter, says a Topcka
dispatch. Henollclal us it has been to
the patrons of the public schools of
the btate, It Is weak in places, und in
astatement for tho public press Frank
Nelson, state superintendent of public
Instruction, points out where it might
be improved. One of Ids recommenda
tions, however, will he sure to meet
with opposition, for It makes an open
ing for publishers to displace hooks
contracted for and substitute their
own on the plea that tho contracted
books are not up to the proper stand
ard of excellence. A publisher would
only have to form a combine of school
superintendents and their recommend
ation would displace a book ami so
cause patrons the expense of buying
the now one. It was to avoid frequent
changes of text books that tho law
wus enacted and patrons are ajit to
protest against that section of Prof.
IncalU Son to Wed.
The marriage of Miss Lucy Van
Iloesen, of Atchison, formerly of Law
rence, to Shefliuld Ingalls, son of tho
late John J, Ingalls, will tako place
Jonuary 0. Tho wedding will bo a
quiet ono, owing to tho recent death
of cx-benator Ingalls.
City School or lllulr Cloned.
The Hlalr, Neb., schools wero all
closed by order of the school board.
A case of smallpox had devolopcd In
tho family of J. Rhoades, In Duxtor
ville, and for several days thu childien
had been lu school. Tho disease is in
a very mild form, and the doctors hope,
witli tho proper preventives, to keep
u irom spreading,
MU .MorrUon (lot Hull.
An Hldorado, Kus dispatch an
nounces that Miss Jcsslo Morrison has
been admitted to 85,000 hail.
BOUND TOvMARRY A CARLOS
(Juuoii Ili'Kcnt of Snulti Four Troiiulo In
A dispatch from Madrid, Spain says:
Tho queen regent will send to the
eot.tes a communication relative to the
furthcoming marriage of the Princess
Asturlas with tho Prince Carlos, sec
ond son of tho Count Sa.erta, head of
the Sicilian branch of the bourbon
An exciting debate Is expected on
account of the hearing this union may
huvo on the succession. There has
been so much preliminary controversy
Unit Queen Christiana Is determined to
have the matter settled.
Princess Marie do Las Mercedes of
Spain, Princess of the Asturlas, is the
eldest of the three children born to tho
late King Alphonso XII. Tho death
of her father when she was but five
years old made her sovereign until the
birth of the present king, six months'
later. She Is now heiress presumptive
to the crown In Juno last It was re
ported that the young princess was to
be betrothed toPrliieo Albert of Hcl
glum, but contrary to all calculatlonH
she fell in love with Prince Carlos aud
said site would marry no other.
On account of his belonging to a
family of distinct Carllst tendencies
and important so far as royalty is con
cerned, Htato reasons are very much
against the union.
HALF MILLION LOST IN FIRE
Plant of llrown IloUtliiR Company at
A Cleveland, ()., dispatch says:
almost entirely destroyed the big plant
of the Hi own Hoisting & Conveying
Machine company. Five out of sovon
buildings used by tho company are in
ashes and properly estimated to bo
wortli over 8500,000 entirely consumed.
lilevou hundred workmen are thrown
out of employment us result of the
lire. Tho company, considered to bo
one of tho largest concerns of the kind
in the world, has many contractu with
the government for hoisting apparatus
to be erected at coaling stations that
are being established lu various parta
of tho world.
The llaines started In tho varnish
room of tho Klwoll-Parher Electric
company, which occupied n part of one
of tho llrown company's bullUlngn.
Tho loss to the Klwell-Parkor company
is about 8100,000, covered by insurance.
Hundreds of employes wero compelled
to jump from windows in order to es
cape with their lives, as a result of tho
rapid spread of tho flames. No one,
however, as far as known, was seri
ously injured. Tho Iosh to the Brown
company is largely covered by Insur
ance. Tho plant will be rebuilt at
ADDING INSULT TO INJURY
MLhlnn Senate Kill l'lncre 1)111
The senate of tho Michigan legisla
ture met Monday in adjourned session
and proceeded to a consideration of the
blnkct tax measure passed by the
house lust week, taxing railroads and
other corporations at ad valorum valu
ations. After a brief discussion actlou
on tho measure was indefinitely post
poned, by a vote of 12 to 10, nud then
a resolution was adopted that tho sen
ate adjourn. Tho action of tho benato
kills tho bill beyond recall, and an ad
journment of tho house- concurrently
with the senate is looked for. Tho
senate albo, by a voto of 17 to 5, re
fused to permit Governor Pingrco to
uso tho senate chamber for a banquot
hull. The governor hti: nnnouncea Dy
Invitation that ho would give a ban
quet lu honor of the judges of tho
supreme court and the members of the
house and senate Permission had
been asked of the senate, which has
control of tho chamber while in ses
sion, for the uso of that chamber.
RETURNS BY DISTRICTS.
Twelve Thousand I-e Vote Were CMt
for Concreinen Than for President.
Returns from Kansas congressional
elections huvo been tabulated by the
teeretary state. Tho total voto of the
seven districts for congressmen was
313,800, or nearly 12,000 less than tho
total cast for president. Two years
ago tho voto of seven districts was 281,
013, or 72,850 less than the vote of 1000.
The largest gain over tho voto of 1808
was In tho Second district and the least
in thu Fifth. The majorities this year
were: Charles Curtis, (rep.) Firht dis
trict, 8.818; J. D. Howersock, (rep.),
Second district, 2,400; A. M. Jackson,
(fiiH.), Third district, 208 (plurality);
J. M. Miller, (rep.), Fourth district,
3,437; W. A. Caldorhead, (rep.), Fifth
district, 3,225; W. A. Reodor, (rep.),
Sixth district, 4;570 (plurality); Chester
I. Long, (rop.), Seveuth district, 1,310.
In the Sixth district the combined vote
of the populists ana democrats was 858
larger than the republican vote. (
Founder on a Iteof.
The steamer Alpha foundered on ft
reef on the oast eoat of Vancouver
island, und is a total wreck. The
captuln, three engineers, tho managing
owners, tho purser and three seamen
Attempt toltoacue Crook.
A car on tho Rlvcrvlew suburban
line, coming into East Liverpool, O.,
jumped the track on the incline at Gas
ton Rend. Tho car crashed into a
house at the luad of Walnut street.
James Christio, tho motorman, waa
killed and tho conductor, James , Mor
gan, was fatally Injured. Mrs. M. P.
McIClnpon, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Mc
Koo, passengers, wero badly bruised.
Tho oar was wrecked and the house
partially demolished, Tho wrocltai
took lire from an overturned stovb,
tho Humes wore soon extinguished,'
- io mrcross oven with tho hoJioss.
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