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r HE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
SIXTEENTH YEAE. OMAHA , JTB1DAY MORNING , NOVEMBER 5. 1880. NUMBEK
BIG DEMOCRATIC DROP ,
o Republicans Probably Capture tlio
Lower House of Oongresa.
FBOURBON MAJORITY OVERCOME
nt AVnHlilngton on the Cains
nnd Jjo * < seq Huinitor llnrriHon'H
Orcnt Victory rrcsiilent ClcNc-
The HniiBC , Ilorntlo.
WASUIVOTOV. Nov. I. [ Special Telegram
lo the lliti : . ] Itelurns from tliu elections
enable niathematlci ins to Injure a republican
majoilty l.i tlm lower homo of the fiftieth
congress. In fact it now looks very probable
that the republicans have ovenomo tlio
fort > -tliiee democratic majority In this
house , and tint they will Imvo lull control of
tliu next one. Dlspitches received from
.Missouri , West Virginia , and poitions of the
> , outh have brought about art-version of the
conclusion entertained during the day Unit
the house would be democratic. Chairman
( JolT and Secretary McPherson , of tlie re
publican congressional committee , say tliov
believe liiedcniocials have lost untlio con
trol , but ttiat if It should develop that they
have a majority , It will bo so small as to in
sure "hands off" of tariff reform agitation
for another thrcn years , and thu it-suit prom
ises such a boom toi a piotccllvo larllf that
frte trade will bo burled out of sight eio
another national campaign opens.
Tim demociats are so happy ovei Speaker
Carlisle's re election that they seem to lose
sight of tlHr general defeat. He Is regarded
as their great conservative leader. All ad
mit , however , that ho would have been ovoi-
wliolmlngly defeated had Ids opponent's
friends had llio slightest appreciation of tlie
Bltnation a week ago. It Is not regarded as a
foil-gone tact that Mr. Caillslo will be re-
cletltd speaker. The anti tirllt reform ele
ment Is so btrong now , that wlili Mi. Moitl-
son and Hind and Hewitt and Willis and
others who supported the Kentncklan BO en
thusiastically on thu ictired list , lie will , it is
believed , bo laid aside foi one who , though
lie may not bo a pionouncod piotccilonist. Is
not. such an ultin lice trader us Mr. Carlisle.
This one , man } siy , will bo Sunset Coof
New York , who bobs up serenely In the house
again after an iibsenco in Tin key.
Cox has contested the spcikeislifp
twice with Carlisle and commands
not only ids own state , but tliu conscivatlve
element in all palls of the tountry. C.uilslu
will probabl } lie lieaul on the llooi instead of
in the chair of the house aftei Maich 4 next.
It Is likely that Mi. Kaudall will again bo a
candidate for sneakei.
In the event that tlie house should prove to
be republican , Tom Heed , of Maine , will , as
anticipated in these dispatches ot a week
utro , bo chosen speaker.
President Cleveland told a fiiend today
that liu was vuiv well stitlstied with thu le
sult of the elections. He did not leg ud an v
element ot Ids administration except civil
seivico reform involved In the issues , and
this , he thought , had been vindicated by
( Icmoci.itlc gains in Massachusetts and the
sections of Now York and othei places vv hero
It vvas agitated. Ho pointed out tliu defeat of
itepresent.itiveLowry , of Fort Wane , Ind. ,
wlio would 1m o bad , undei oidinar } clrcunr
fitintcs. between ' 000 and : ! ,000 majorlt } .
Lowry had succeeded In seem Ing many ap
pointments , and ho drove out his olltce-
holdeis and made them work for him , while
he openly denounced civil seivlce ic-
foi m. Civil beivico Commissioner
Kilgerton , who Is a resident ot
Kort Wiiyne , and who opposed Lowiy as
llrmly as possible on account of the laltei's
opposition to civil servltu ictorm , has re
ceived a huge numbci of icloerams from
prominent clti/cns of Indiana representing
all p.u ties congratulating him on leading tlio
opposition lesultlng in Lowi's defeit , and
saving the itiio or ruin policy of Lowry , and
Ills Uisicitaid of civil suivico lelorni , did
more to dcfe.it him than an } tiling else. A
gieat many democrats are blaming the presi
dent for thu defeat , and it does not appeal to
the naked e > o hciu when tlic admlnlstiation
eiidoiseniunt can beloiiud In .my locality.
Whllu in tills city tour montlis ago ( it-ncial
Don Ilutlui said the next house ot lepu-son-
tatlves would bo icpublltan , giving these as
reasons foi making tlio statement : "bincc
18,15 eveiy house of representatives , vvltli
iliico exceptions , has been anti-ad-
minlstialton. Two of these exception ! !
otcuired during the war , when tin
south was not icpicienteii , and ought no )
really to count. So llicru has been but our
reil execpilotto tlm gencial uile , and I
don't think thai tlio election this time will
makenuothur exception. " Upon this aigir
inent a good many level-headed republican'
Htill contend that tlio democrats have not n
I no news from Indiana tlmtOoneial Hen
llariison is coming back to tlio senate cieate-
almost a sensation Iti political circles. Tin.
immense odds ho had looveicomo in consequence
quence ol tliu Infamous cleiuociatlu gony-
nmnder. had caused men of nil parties to
look upon his c.isu as hopeless , and the hrsl
dispatches iinnimnclntr his probahlo le-elec-
tlon weio received with incredulity by nl-
most every one , and thu ilnal nnnonnccmcnl
that ho hud oveicome the Immense odds
against him was received b } a buibt of an-
thuslastlc o.Milt.Ulon that made tliu bloud ol
nveiy Hooslei in town leap lei joy ,
Piom oveiy ( iiiarter the suggm
tlon was at once made that this mag
iilllccut victory put Senatoi ilarrlson In
the very foio limit as a possible presidential
nominee foi ISNJ Dining tlio pist tw
} uars Sonatoi Harilsim's poimlnrity with
republicans ot other sections than his own
has crown rapidly , and iho result of ins !
Tuesday makes him n lormldable competltoi
lor the nuxt icpublttan nomination. Should
ho enter Into tlial contest , Indiana repnbll
cans heio are unanimously foi him. U I'
believed beio Unit lie can MY mo the delega
tion from his own > itiito If liuw.intb it , ami
tlie fact thnt hu eiiteted Into tliu contest with
siuli ( U'speiato odds agiinst him , whethei
Mtcce.sstnl or not , demonstrates to the numb
llc.ins of otlioi sections that in tlmo thev
would Imvuti leader whoso courage would
novel tail them and whoso liunness woiih
almost liiRiiro them vlctoiy. Theiepiiblicans
for tha iiiomi nt nt least , are losing sight o
Mr. llltilnu in discussing heimtoi llairisoi
and Slierman toi lbS& . Tlio lattm'M grea
vicloiici in Ohio last v ear and In thu treasury
as u llnanciei me tresh In mind > ct.
Tlio great luioitanco ] to tlio it-publicans o
tlie lesnlt of thu eongicbbloniil ulections v < ll
bo ic.ili/.cd when It is ( onsldcrcd that In cast
Iho next pieslilentlat e'cution ' will bu tluowi
into the liou-o tlicm will bu twenty states on
of the thlit-uirlit voting as a unit lor tliu re
publican candidates , as lollows : Caiifoinl.i
Colorado , Illinois , Indiana , Iowa , Kansis
Alilne , Massachusetts , Michigan , Nebraska
Nevada , Now JeiseyNew York , Ohio
Oregon , Pminslvania , Kliodo Island , \ ei
niont , Virginia , and Wisconsin , To till
twenty It is possible that West Virginia ma ;
bu udded tor Congrc.sMiiiiu ( ilbson , of tha
stale , siis It has elected tlitcuor fein tepiib
llcansot thu loin npicboiiutlvesglvoii to It
It tlio election la thiovvn to Iliu house cacl
Male votes as a unit ait'oiding to the i-in
jorltj of lepu-senl.itives.
Pdwaiil Mcl'lier-o.i , secretary of the reput :
Hcan congiesslonal tonnidttee , makcb tin
follow Ing computation tiom letnrnn u-ceivci
Up tO O dock tills Illdl Illllg Ot tllO pOlltlM
complexion of the house of n presunttitivcs o
the I lltictluongiess : KitJrnsasftir as 10
celvcd indicate fl.o election of Pvt republl
( an * , Ifi'J demcciats , fi labor nut independent
d doubtul. ! 1 vacanci J i"The doubttul an
ono In Illinois ( Lands ) , one In KcntucV
( Cirllsle ) , onu In Ohio ( Camp
K'li ) , and thieo In MUsouii ( Claidj
( ilovci and Mansiir ) . Tnu laboi am
Independents am : Duo in Plorlda ( Pciidii
ton ) , 1 In liulkina ( Maish ) , l In Iowa ( An
tlcrsoii ) . 1 in Vlrfrlnla ( Hopkins ) , 1 In Wls
lonsln ( Smith ) . If the.democrats gut fou
of the doubtful they will have lfi.1 , 01 a m. '
jonty of the house. Mr. Mcl'herson sat ,
tlm iittitudo of the demociac > lov\iud t' ' .
present admlnlstralion is similar lo thstu
ilioiepublicans tow.mis the tul.ulnUtnillni
of Prt-siilfiit Ha > es..mil that iiun > d'.ssatls
lied demiKTats voted the labor tl.'Uet. Liboi
be thinks , will be an organized factor in th
lolltleil contents of tlie future , and the labor
oteinustbe taken Into bCilous conslilcr.v
Ion , . , , .
Mr. 1'hll Tliompson , secretary of tlie dem
ocratic committee , fn > s tlio dctnoorats will
In tlio house
mve a good working nnjority
'I he outlook late to-night as to the com-
ilexion of the next hoiiM ) makes It look 101
republicans and insiicmociats , vvlth onnv.v
canc > to be llllcd , and live lalior members not
iltued on eltliei side. In thiseaicnlation the
leuioc lats are given Cailisle nnd Lnvlei , of
Illinois , although lite reports nnke both
loiibtfiil. 'Hie lahoi menthols In Plotlda.
California , Indiina , Iowa and Wisconsin are
not counted at all. tint they all vote with the
leinociats. It will irlve themabxro nnjoilty ,
but It Is haidl > po sble | all will vote with
tlii'iu. The lalior republican from Vliitlnla is
iilaced on the lepnblic.in side , so niothe two
extra el ilmtd In Mlssoiiil , unking fein In
that stite , and the one iloubtlul given to the
democrats. 'Iho doubtful one In West \ ir-
ulnU Is given to the republicans , although
I'oiiL'icssman ( Illson &ivs nil four wilt be re-
imblk.in. Tiievacincy In llhode Ishnd will
most likely be lillcd by n republican and thus
Increase their number to ir.'i
'I'ho following Is bT-ed on the above cal
culation , b > states :
Calllrnla ( -1 1
Connecticut 1 "
( ieoigii 10
Illinois H 0
Indhna 7 ft
low < 8 a
Mar > hind I .1
Massachusetts , H t
Michigan 7 4
Minnesota 'J ' !
.Missouri 4 10
Nebraska " 1
NewHampshlic 1 1
New Jersey 5 2
New Yoik 10 I"
North Carolina : > ( l
Ohio 10 -i
Pennsylvania " 0 8
South Cirollna 7
Tennessee 2 8
Vlrclnli 7 I !
West Virginli ! 1 1
\\isconsln \ 7 1
Totals 101 Ite
CM.I.VI I. VM > f t.AIMS l.S'DOIl'-LVinM1. .
Picsldent Cleveland sajs ho Is very
well plinscd with the lesult of the elec
tion. Tlio deinociatic gains in Mussachu-
sells and poi lions of Ntw Yoik him w lli.it his
adminlstiation is acceptable to tlie people
Ho is surpiised at the way things went in
the districts repiesenied bj Spoakei Carlisle
and Win. K. Moirison , and li.vs it 101110
woik of laboreis and thu action ot thu tailll
upon these two points. Hu declined to talk
even to his wannest trionds. That civil sci-
vice lefoim , as sidinlnlsteied by I.-in , lu
lieen eniloi-cd , lie is ronlulent. and tint he
feels that is thu most Important feat me , a- :
all othei issues were moio 01 lesb local.
AIM'OINIMKMH AND IMCI.IIIC 1 IONS.
'Ihe setrotaiy of the Iowa btatu agi- :
cultural soeietj and ma > or ot Du-
buiiiu | nave beuti npiointed | mumbcis ol
Ihu exec uthe board ot tliu peimanent exhibi
Nebrasltn Kloetlon Iteturnw.
Hi. i i.i.wooi ) , Ntb , Nov. 4. [ Special Tele-
giam to the 13ir.--Conipleto : | retuinsare all
in. Miller , dcmocratlcrt-piesontatlvo , iselcct
ed , so h Casper , ileniouat for senator. Lord ,
Van Wjclcicpiesentative , is also elected in
the county. Harvey Slieesley , icpublican , l
also Uecled. The demociat ic state tlckel
has been ( an icu tu Bntlcr county b.v abou I
Nin.ion , Null. , Nov. I. UoiseiS nnjoiltj
in tlic county. < VX ) .
Sir.ixGi'iii.i : ) , Neb , Nov. 1. The letuih1-
from all piecintts are ill. and the icsiiltisai :
follows : Uimpbeli 717 , Hosewati'i 4o ! ) , Me-
Shane TW , HowoiWO , Van WJCK 7V ) . 'Ihc
demociats liavo can led the county tickcl
with thu exception 01 J. P. Orovo foi to.intv
altorne > on the republican ticket. Theic
weio about 1/00 ! votes cast in the count } .
AI.IIIOX , Neb , N'ov. 4. Hotiirns from
Hoono county not all in ; two piccincts tc
he.irfiom. The vote as tar as heard Item
gives John Peters , anti-Van Wvtk repub-
lic.in candld-ito for tlio iogisl ituie , l J ma-
joiity , and lie is undoubtedly elected. Con-
nellv , demociat , is elected county attorney by
nlioiit 100 majontv. Andeibon. ienubllean'i
pi obably elected county commissioner by a
verv small m.ijoiitv. O K. ( iicen , demo-
ciatic candiditu foi Twentv-seventh senator
ial district , bus inn well in ibis county ,
though thu probabilities nro that Mciklcjolin ,
ieiiblltan ] ) , ! > elected. The lopublican state
tltket lias a majoilty In thu count } . Keturns
Iroin outside piecincts como in vei v slow ly.
PAW xi i : Cm , Neb. Nov. 4. [ Special
Telegiam lo Iho Hi i' . | Olllelal leturns give
Howe for congress , utu , leShane , 79.1 , Hieg-
low , 158 , Tliaverfoi governoi , 1,100 , North ,
TOO , Hardy , 1'Ji , liaiiows , IT > . The lepubllcan
legislative ticket elected by majorities rang
ing fiom 50 to 1W. Kverjbod } rejoices ovei
thu election of McShane.
Thoeanvassof votes sLow Ilb4 foi Van
W > ck and 17 ! ) foi othei pii tics , out of n
whole vote ot 1,07. . Two precincts retuincd
blanks , no votes cast lei United States
Cni.ic.iuov , Neb. . Nov. 4. ( Special Tele
gram to the HII. : . ] Tnrnei , lepicscntnthe ,
and Honcsteol , senatoi. both Van Wvck
democrats , aio suiely elected. Van Wjck
gets a majoilty In Ktiox.
Hi. viii , Net ) . Nov. 4. [ Special Telegram
to the Hrr.j The htatu ticket is about 600
lepubllcan ; Spiicic , toi sonatoi , r.bout SUJ ;
Cameron , lepublU.in , and Tbon , democrat ,
are elected to the legislature.
ANSKI sio , Net ) . , r , ov. 4 , [ Special Telegram -
gram to Ihu Ui'U.j Itetnrns are In lei ihi >
county election ' 1 ho republican ticket
Htialght Is cnriled ; division is defeated by
b > SIK ) maioill } . 'Inn repieseiitatlvu tor Cub-
tot and Sherman < ountlcs is elected on the
llnniio.s , Neb. , Nov. 4. [ Spcchl Tele-
giam to the li ! i' . ] 'lmer ) county elects
one icpublican and one demociat to tliu state
NOIII-OI.K , Neb , Nor. 4. [ Special Tele-
irram to tlio III K.J Van Wick s vote In Nor-
lolk , Madibon count } , wax I.LOS.
Ai.vi \ , Neb. . Nov. ) . [ Sjicc lal Telegram to
tlie liKK.J The olllclal count ot Hailan
count v bhows a total vole ot 1IW. : Per Van
Wck'"is. L. H. Kent , lepubllcan , olcctcil
foi ficnatoi from Ihu Tvvenl-nlnth district ;
It. M , Slmms , demo rat. for lepresentallve
tiom tlic Porty-bccond dlhtilct , und Thomas
11. Marshall , lepublicati , trom thoKlttj-tliliil
O'NKH i. , Neb. , Nov 4.-Spccial | to tlu
KIT I The election hero on Tuesday pissed
oil ( inlutly The lepubllcan ticket U elected
vv 1th the exception of county attoi ney. Van
Wck ran Htionc In the countv , but tlio vote
fm him w * > not ctnvasscd in some of the
precincts nolaMy Atkinson , Only a few o !
tlio votes cast tor 1dm In Centc i preclncl
weio canvassed , but think it was an ovei'
sight ot tlio judges. We will see that they
aio all counted. Thorn was no other can
didate up for ptefcrrncu for United States
seiialoi. but , as } ou pit-dieted , the ilnghlen
coiinlo. I nil the votes which Van W > ck ; ! li
not icccive , nsalnst li'in. ' The linn clcmcni
ol both tin * ropi. bile in nnd iloinociallc italic' '
unhid In oppDjitlon to Van W > ck am
vvoiUcd all da } with might en
i'lKisrr. Nel ) , Nov. 4. [ Special to the
111 f..l Theioiinty has cone republican ex
cejd helper , demoeiat foi rejiieseiititlve , win
ii.i" live mijoiity In tlm county him a major
Stv In Cedar county. Kelpcr will vote for Yai
W > ck on second ballot.
LoriCm' . Neb. , Nov. 4. jSpecInl Tele
giain to the ItKi : . ] Hon. W. II , Coiucr , the
lepubllcan nominee for titito senatoi for ihi
Twenty-sixth district , is elected by a gooi
majoilty. A disgraceful pirson.il wnifai
was waged against Mr. Conger , and hi
triends are juullant at his succe-a S. L
C ( nnor. it-puoliean , is elected rcnresontitivc
Shcnrnii c/iunty gives about liJ majority foi
tiio rcp'ililkau ft.itu ticket.
PAIIIMOM. Neb , Nov. 4 JSpr-cUl 'IV'o '
Cram tiHIic ill i : ] TheiojiublliHii ttclet re
ceived m ijoritnu raiuins ; tiom > OJ to iJ3 in
this ( jjuntj ; total vote cast In toni't } U-'l' (
) eslctmllng preference for TTnlted Slate ?
enatorirs , , of which nn NVvck received
Tin. Lilrd's m.ijoiitv in the county Is 2.M.
COI.UMIII > . Ntb. , Vov. 4. ISpcehlTcle-
gram to tlio HKII The olllclal vote of Platte
county Is 2,107. Hcpresentatlves , Twenty-
bird district , J. ,1. Sullivan , demociit , ( too.
S. How man , republican. Senator , 'thirteenth
llstrlct. Patrick M. Hlgglns , republican.
Total vote on United States sfintor , Clns.
II. Yan WokIH5. . A little over one-linlf a
vote was cast. 'I hero was the most
npithetlc Indlliercnce by the clcctois.
ItUsnviM.r , Neb. , Nov. 4. [ Special Tele-
pram to tlie Hii : : . ] The election was quiet
ind ordeily , hut on account of lain and snow
a veiy llulit vote was east. 'I'lio total vote In
.hecountyls abnul 1,000. Ilepublican Min
ority on state ticket neaily 200 , on legislative
tltket foi senator IV ) , toi icpiusentitlvoOO.
A full republican county uekct Is elected
except Wcstover , demociat , for con nty at
torney. VI majority. Van W--k received
about 'JOO votes In the county.
tic in vt in Neb. , Nov. 4. [ Special Tele-
giam to Inu Hi.i : . ] The lollowing are tlm
olllcial nnjoiities toi Ci-lfax count > : lcmo- )
01 attest He ticket , Ui ; congiessni in , 'llilid
distiict , Wuhiter , demociat , 1'tt ; i'liiiteentli
si-uitoiinl distiict , Illgglns , lemtbllein , lib ;
Twcntv-liftli reiuesuiitivtive dlstilct , Pnchs ,
democrat. IN ; ' 1 vv cut } -foin til rcpie cntatlvc
ilNtiict , II. I llnsscll , lepubllcan , 1VJ : count }
tlck ( t. sheilll , Kudin.i , demociat , ' ( ' ; cnn-
mlsslonei. Liyje , demociat , 1W ; count } at-
tome } . Miles Xi-iitine\ei , demociat , --I.
( iKvxii Isi. VMI , Neb , Nov. 4. [ Special
Teleiriaiii to the 111 i : . ] The retmns fiom
Hall count } precincts aio now all in , and the
( b'mooiats have elected tlielr entiio county
ticket with the exieption ot one icpieseiita-
tive. P.wing , of Wood itlvei , got theie by a
nnjority ot Unco votes , ( ienui.it 'llia > er's
pluialitv in Hull county Is So * , nnd the icst of
the republican state ticket is elected , 't he
countv ticket vvas so bidlv soratched that
ohionic kickers fall to recognl/t it , and are
fully assuied by tlio election ot the state
ticket that the count } is republican } ct.
News From Minnesota.
ST. PAI i , Nov. 4. Upturns all day have
been genetally favoiabiu to the demociats
aud the most sanciiine republicans are not
now claiming tlio election of McUlll ns cov-
crnorby moie tlian 5,000 , while the democrats
me elated and conlident that Dr. Ames will
be elected by a small majoiity. Hettirns aio
coming In slowly , hundreds of piccincts in
tlio state being remote trom telegraphic com
munication. Ills ( ( iiltu prob.iblu th it It mar
take the ofllcial count to dccldo in llcnnepln
county , thu homo of Di. Ames. Some ir > ,000
ballots for him have been sworn out
because tlie words "labor ticket"
weio piintcd tlicieon. Ollsettlng
tills them publicans claim extensive
democratic I lauds In this ( Kimse } ) county.
Whethei Mctiill is elected or not ihu repub
lican state ticket .is n whole certain ! } is. as lie
i in about 1'JOO behind the ot'iei ' candid lies
tor state oillces. The Minnesota le'lslatuio
has lr > 0 incinheis , vlPortysoven : senators ,
lOi lepiesentatlves. In tlie'last senate Ihere
weio .iO rejiuhl leans and 11 demociats. In
the house 711 lepubllcans and 124 democrats.
It Is impossible to lve reliable liguius in thu
composition ot the next legislature , but the
estimates now give the senate HO upubl'eins '
and 1C democrats , the house 75 republicans
and -I demociats and t iimersalllince , which
would give a lopublican majuiit.v ot ! i'J on
CllfCU O'N K
Cmruto , Nov. 4. A ic-examination of
thu police ictinns from the Second congies-
aloiial dlstiict lovcaled heretofoio undisenv-
eifd eriors lo-day in footing tlio totals.
Wheio ( Jlcason , united labor , should have
bten cieditcd with 62 votes the total wascvrjjv
i This reduces the majority in the distrn t
torLawlei , demociat , to U > . Glcason still
cl.iims tin * district tor himself bv 'A > votes , but
declines to explain how bu leaches the lesult.
.No Mnieri.U Otiaiiuu in the Hesult.
DM on , Nov. I. Tliu latest leturns do not
materially chance the lupnblicin pluralty
foi goveinor , and the lull ictuins will make
thu tiKiire not tin tiom 7,100.
Carlisle's Clowe 8lia\c.
CixciNX\n , O. , Nov. I. Nothing definite
can bo stated in legard to Cuilislu's election
until tlie ollieial count is completed. This
will beu'in Friday al toi noon. The Times-
Star spi clals this mot ning do not chance thu
outlook , which Is consideicd favoiabiu to
Carlisle by a tlose vote.
Lei isvn.i K , Nov. I The Courltr Jouinal
leccivid the following tonight :
Cov IXCITOV , Ky. , Nov. 4. Am elected by
from live to six bundled majority.
JOHN C. CAiti.isi.u.
How it is in Indiana.
IvniANAi'oi m , Nov. 1. It will take the
ofllcial count to decide the standing of tlic
legisl.itme. ' 1 lie democrats claim it bv two
majoiity and thu it-putilkans by sixTliu
News this afternoon publishes a list not oili-
cial , giving thu lepublle.ins two majority.
There Is no eh inpi * in tliecon rcssion.il dele
gallon. Holnian has a small m ijoilu.
Tlie ItcKiiIt In lovvn.
Di.s > roiM's , I.i.Nov.'l"iear , npubllcin.Is
elected In thu Khsl district by 1,000 majority ;
Kerr , repiibliean , in thu Pifih , has bOO mii-
joilty ; Lyni.in , icpublican , In tlio Ninth , has
The MasmiohiiRottH Legislature.
Hosmv , Nov. 4. Tlio Massachusetts leu-
islatuie stands : Senate , thirty-live republi
can , hfteen democrats ; House , IfiO republi
cans , 7U dciiiuoiats , one Independent.
The Scoiet of ZVTorrlson'H Defeat.
CincAno , Nov. 4. liie Daliv News' Mton
(111 ( , ) special says : Monison'.s defeat is to bo
attilbutcd to the elTuits ot the Knights ol
Laboi and to the exertions of John Jauett , of
Pennsylvania , who has been In the dlstilct
long enough to Influence the l.ngo 1 ibor vote
In thu direction of Morrison's defeat.
THI.MOV , V. J. , Nov. 4. The result ns to
the legislatuio Is still in doubt. The demo
cratic state committee claims Green , demo-
ci at , had between 0,000 and 10,000 majority
over Htirvo } , republican , foi governor. The
republicans have twelve scimtois. nnd the
democrats nine , The democrats claim thli-
tjolio out nl tliu sixty membeis of the us-
tcmblj , and the lopubllcins claim the bamo
ninnbci. In a number of districts the vote
Is bo closu thu lo.iidt tannot be delinltely
known until the ballots are recounted ,
PA i n iijf , N. J. , Nov. 4. Uitlcl.il leturns
show a tw In thu Tniul Assembly district in
Now Jeioy. . No application tor a lecount
has been Hindu and another election will bu
held. _ _ _
An Kquul Divide.
CoNConn , N. U. , Nov. J , The election of
McICcnn } ( democratic ) 10 congress In thu
Pirst district , ovei li.ivnes ( icpublican ) Is
conceded b } u plurality ot about ISO. This is
a democratic gain of one niomhni. and
niu.iliy divides iho Now Hiunpshlie delega
Kt.itus of IIHnolH
CiiK.vcio , Nov , 4. The Journal makes tlic
follow ing compilation as to tlio Illinois lugis-
latino : Sen tie , Hi republicans. 18 democrats
and ono i ibui ; bouse , 7tt lepubllcans , u ) dciu-
ocitits , 7 laboi and 'J prohibitionists.
Loxuov , Nov. 4. Tlio Times , commenting
( in the elettion In New York , s o s : "It shows
tlie opponents of auai chy and spuilation Inn o
not awakened an instant too soon to the per
ils of tlie situation. Americans must'look tc
it lest the appeals of demagogues to tlio hall
instructed , icstlcss aitlsins in gu-nt cities
sliould Inlllct damage upon tlie public ciedlt
and panilj/u tliopifdiittlve resourceof ! itic
country , "
AMuHttncre. Near Cabul.
LOMION , Vov 4. DUpitches liom Cabti !
siythe < iill4ls ! have surpilsed ami massa'
cicd a regiment of Dnranls who vveie ; ; oiiij
to Cabul. The. s.eeno ot tno massaeie vva !
Mnkhuil , seventy miles- south of ( Uin/nl
The insurrection staiieii b } the '
fOUtillue : '
AFTER THE BATILEIIS OVER ,
Tucsdnj's ' Victories and Defeats and Their
Bearings on tha Future.
THE SUMMARY OF THC RESULTS.
Democrat lo I2\ttlinntlon4 < f Their
l'iitt > Losses nml Aitvloc to t'reil-
tunltj Wltli Henry George.
Ni.w YoitK , Nov.I. . | Special Tuleiram ; to
.lie ilni.j : 'l ho World this morning sis :
" .Mi. Caillsle's piodlciinent , as well as the
unexpected defeat of .Morrison , of Illinois
com < -s special warning to tlio admlnistra-
: Inii at Washington. I'.utv ligatures rnnnot
ic cut or loosened bv those hitth In povvci
uul ho expcetn 1 to hold fa-it those \\lio put
them in powei. The spjakoi of the housn
ind ch.ilim.inof tlio appiopii.itton commit
tee nave fallen victims to tlio law stmdaid
of piity Unltv. iind obligation thnt pievalls
in tlio white house. If Cleveland doslies
In have tlm supieimcv oC his pirty maln-
talnul In tlio presidential contest of issj , lin
must so shvpo Ins pollry in tlio futiuo as to
bind It together , to associate leadeis In united
action , and Inspiio voteid with devotion to
democi title principles. "
Tlio World's Washington correspondent
tolciuaplis : "Piosldent Cleveland believes
more than uvei that hoa \ A man of dcstiny
lie is so well pleased ovei the election'
of Judge Pcekliain In New York
that hu docs not take the loss of demo-
ociatic votes In the honso of repit-sontatlves
homo to himself , llo attillmtcs tlio full I up
oil ot tlic lU'inociat c party in conmess to Its
fallnio to carry out his siiK estloiiR relating
to tin * levislngot Ihetaiin" . llo Is so veil sit-
Isfied with his peisonal tiiiintph In Jiulco
PecUlmm's election that ho gave very little
attention to election returns. "
Democrats heie bellevo thnt JtuK'e Peek ,
limn was carried thiongli solely by the kind-
lies' ? and magnaiilnily ; of Governor Hill. II
It had not been , they " . -ay , for the peisoinU
appeal of Judcu I'cckliam to r.ovemoi 11111
hu would have been left far behind , 'the
sou-st point In the \o\v Yoik election for the
piesident was Daniels' tiliniiphant voicln
1'iie county. The inos'dcnt ' In the fntmc
\\lll be inclined to pa } moio.uul more respect
to his mugwump friends , ills friends heie
point with pi hit * to democratic trains in Muss -
s ichusetts. tlu * home ot ltulcHndcnt | lupubll-
eins. The ) Mi Cleveland ( an tauy Mussa-
ehu-etts In 1'tsx. Thev use Mas-
saelniM tts as an illustration , and
compaiu It with Indiana. Indium , thcsav ,
h s been tiven up to politicians , Seventy per
cent ot the ledeial oillces lia\e boon chinced
in acroid.iiRO with the dictates ot p.ut } man-
aguu , and civil seivlco loloim uttcilv In-
noreit ; } et icpoi Is place th.tt state in ( foubt.
Anothei lllustiatlon ot the weakness ot the
pitronagc element is shown In Michigan.
'I hoiaigooto given to Henij ( ! eoige lias
attiaeti (1 ( tlie attention of the most tliou.'littnl
politicians. It is believed that IIP will bo a
veiy prominent factoi in lbsb , and that It is
among the piobvhdities that the 1'bor oignnl-
/ations may nomtmitu him forthopicsidcncy ,
and so make Now Yoi k a doubttul st ito lor
eithei pnity. The in lyoralty contest was
the onu in which the pnllie'.hurt ) wus most
interested. Hewitt , tliioughliisclectlon. has
become all/lire of great nationalpioininunce.
Thu possibilities ol hK future are discussed
b > .ill politicians who aio interested In the
next piesldcntial camplign. Hewitt Ins a
Kie.it opiioitnnlty us a lolorni ma > oi , .mil
eveivono who knows him believes tii.it he
will make the most of it.
'Ihu Sun this morning says : " 1'ho leist
eonsiilereil but not tl.o Ii'.ist important aspect
ol the ( Ji'or c deinonsti.ition. with its unex-
p'-cied development of orcanl/ed btiontrlli ,
illicitly ronccins the jncsidentlal elettion of
two jeus hence. Wo have no reason to sup
pose tint Jirotlicr lil.ilno and his friends In-
vestic.ittd orencoin.iued the fieoiKC move
ment , but it the > had done so. It would nave
been uncommonly snmt polities. At tiny
rate Hl.iinu and repnbllean leadeis mnst t il\u
lei the next two je.irs a lively inteiest In the
politlcildoiiiKS ot Henry ( loormj and his
lolloweis In Xe'v YoikClty and elsi'-sheie.
If Hl.iine should inn afialnsta stion demo-
ci.it in issb , the combined prohibition and
mugwump secession would naturally lesult
in defe.itiii ! ; htm a ain ; but If lilaine should
tun asiiinst the stionnest otjlomoei.its , with
Hems ( itorirc in ( ho Held as the piesldenti.il
candidate of the laboi oitr.irii/atioiis , ( level-
oping tinonshonl the eountiy nnj tiling like
the strength he showeddav before jesteidaj
in iliis tow n , could liliiiiiu tie defeated ? What
vxould the lepublican losa In prohibitionist
and mnuwnnip voles compared with the
democratic loss in votes torn l.ibir cindidote
lie'.1 As thiiiL'S stand to-day it would --coin to
lie a jni'ltj sine caul for Itioilicr lilaine.
Does anjbodj thlnlt he doesn't see it. ' '
lilH Opinion Un the Various Phases ot
the nicciioti .
Cinr.Vf.o , .Nov. } . The Inter Ocean will
publish the follow itif ; to-mmrow : ( iunurnl
l.o ' .in was ch.iUInt : vvlth a nnmberol Iricmis
at thu ( hand I'acilie hatel jesteiday , and In
icsponsu to iiKiuirl cx'picsscd liimself on
the icsiilth of the ( 'lei tloiiH. In his opinion
itvv.is becoming justabuiitas impoit.mt to
elect u ( , ' ° od maj 01 lei nre.it cities ns it wab
to elcet yood'overnors / lor states ; Indeed , in
ininv Instances the ninjoi of a ( jicat city
was called onto o\cicifio mncli moio jndg-
inent and neivo than . -'oveinor. . The Ire-
( jucnt ilots , inutteiliiKu ol socialism and an-
aiciilsm , all these vveie biitaiKiiinunts for thu
election ot good , htronji mivois , and nmyois
vvhowein notonlj amenablu to themselves ,
but to n Htroinr. united path , tor all theli
Londiict. In his opinion thu lopublican
party to d.iv oceupKd In uveiy it'spect
thii FtioiiKest jiossiliii ) position , und it it
only stands In m sind does not waver fiom ita
established line ot pimciplcs , the nitino
jLiiiHvvill bring to it man ) moi trrand vic
tories. Ahovo all thiiiKS the republic in
party wants to steei < har ql all "isms , " and
lool theories that .110 alloil..Stoop to Inject
socialist Ideas into its platform , to pandci to
lUij element , liotvuxci sti illicit may npiicav
on tlio face of the returns , which docs not ie-
uardaeiedness ( ot litp , HtM'ity und propertv ;
to tibindoa a bingloonuof tlmiinncliiloiiot ( lie
leiiuhllcan put' , would bo to commit tiuieat
inlstaKe. Let thailemocititlrfpaity pandei to
till the low elements and socialistic ideas ,
but let the republicans stand linn on theli
own plattonn. Theiulsno reason , Ccncial
j.oiaii huld , whv the lepuDlicnns cannot elect
thoniayoi otChicaso next spiinjf. ( icucnil
hojan ution ly advociteil thtt nomination ol
ex-C'oniiiessmaii Chailes U.i I'liiwell as UK
icpubllcan nominee toi the mn > oinltj.
COXXIUJ HIUAUI ) .
AlinoHt .Sticccnsl'iil Oppu-
; ii"ii ( BpenkH IliuiMliul ,
Sinixonni > , 111. , .N'ov , 4. Iteierrlns ti
the dispatch to thu Associated picss MMI !
Horn this citj jcstordnj by Hon. Win. M. .
bprlnccr upon the result of the consrcsslona
election in this district , his opponent , .Majoi
.laiiii's A. Connellj , this evonliu fnrnishn
the following card lor publication : Mi
.Springer , having announced thiougli tin
Abscclatcd mess that his vlitual dufea
was caused bj nionoy sent Int <
this district from the outside
by tha protectionists , 1 want to bay that oni
of the notoiious facts of thu i-ainpil n Jiis
closed la that my battle was foutrbt vvlthoii
money , vvlilleMr. . Kprlncci's workers \ven
abundantly supplied with money until tin
last vote wab polled. In the democratic conn
ties of Mori : .in and Sangauiun , when ) hu am
1 are beat known , ana thu dcmouiatlc city o
SpiJnb'Held. vviiero ho lias lived fo
twenty tears , ho run behind the most
Ho Is the. . only democratic caiulidatt
tor eonaress iis I am Informed , who iui
fulled to c.iuy bangauion county since Abr.i
tain Lincoln cairled It forlv jcars aso. Xot
one cent of monej was sent to mv n sUtinro
iroin any soiiree , and thi < i attempt of Ills to
I o o as a victim of "protrctionlst jtold" is an
ni iHt to tile Indppondpiit voteis of tills dis
trict , who maden vluoiuu" , honest and open
elfoittorid tliem elves of him. ( signed )
lames A. Connolly.
.lolm iTnrrott On tlic Ilo ul .
I'lTTsnt un , Pa. , N'ov. 4 | Special Tele-
Rram to the llr.E.1 .lolin .lairett , cvpresl-
dent of the Anialmaated Association of
Iron am ! Sleol Woikeis , has leturned fioin
Hit vvest , vv hero lie had been conducting the
tariff ctmpilgn ncnlnst Moiii on and other
Tree traders. In nn Uitcrvluw Jairett stated
that ho did not go on the mission ot Ids o\v \ n
volition , but was sent as a icpicsontatlvo of
the Ainci lean Tin I'lateassoclntinn , ot which
lie is secretary. So far as he could learn tlio
lion and steel inannr.ictiiiersoniils section
had not contributed n cent Inn aid tlio defeat
of free trailcis in the west Appeils toi
money weio tnado to friends in Pitt-tbuip.
bill they were not ntisweiod. When asked
about the sentiment In tiuurd to the tailn" In
Illinois. . I urott leplied :
"In all the two weeks vvlikli I spent there
I did not find one man in lfi\oi of fne tiado
The t.uitr feellni ; is i.ipldly growing tliioui : ! '
the west and south. "
.l.ut.itt. in conclusion , attributed the defeat
of 1'iuik Ilnrd , Mmrison and Itandolph
'I uckei to the grow IIIR n'litlment In favor of
thet.ulir In the bouth and west ,
A Cnll ( in Clrvclaml.
W vsinsdTov , Nov. ) . The Fionch guests
called at the btate depirtment tills niornlni ;
and proceeded to tlm vv hlte house vvhcio they
vvcio piescnted to the president by Count
Sola , of the Viench legation. Do Lessens ,
on behalf of tlm visltois , delivered an elo-
iiuent address , vvlilch was lespoudcd to by
tlio president In atipioiiihito terms.
Count Do I esscpt , in ills spuoch to the
president , among other things , said : " 1'ei-
sonally we Nhall all cany with nstioni Amei-
lea , togethei with tlio leiiionibianco of kind
liness with which Jon lionoied us , and the
example of libcity undo law In the midst of
tlio most nmrv clous act Ivity of whlcli vvohavo
been witnesses , a feeling that our mission
has tended to draw closei ! ho bonds which
unite two great republics. "
The president icpllcd as follows : "lam
much pleased toco those who represented
the people of l'i nice on tlm Intel esting occa
sion to which \oti havoiefuried. 1 hope that
the slgnlhcance ot thcii visit will be
inllv anpi eclated by the people of
Imth nation" , and that a visible , tang
ible : ; ign of fiiendslilp which we
have seen permanently pi iced , will ben con
stant icmlndei ot the duty we all owe to as
sist In the mainHnaneeot the most cordial
iclatlons between ma two counttlos , as hon-
oiablv connectid in the past , and having so
many common pmposes and Inteicsts in the
The visltois retuincd to Now Yoik tills nf-
A Ilcmnrknblc Game In Ijondoti He-
tvvccn Nenll and Collins.
[ CopI/cfuW ISSC liu JitHirs Roiilon
LONDON , Nov. 4. | Ncw York Heiald
Cablo-Spechl to the BiiK.l Billi.udists
will doiilitless bo interested in tlie piogrcss
ot the gieat game now c-oinir on hoie be
tween Neall and Collins. On Monday Xeall
began a m.itcli of lri,000 points up with Col
lins , who was allowed \030 points stait.
Desiilo tlie capital lorm sho\v n bv Collins ,
Neidl who , by Ids deleat ol liobeiK lias
eaincd tlio title of elmnpion shot stiokc
plajer , giadually giincd on his ilval , and
mainly by me ins of a lemaikable break , is
only a little ovei 100 ttoinUs in the tear. Yes-
tenlay altcinoon lie started from \OI2 , nnd
monopoll/ed the attention of the onlookers
thiougliout tlic remainder of thu day , ariiv-
ing at )0OU ) , , when ho was still in position on
thu shot. Koi neatly two je.us Xeall's breal ;
ol Ifls" . made at Canibild e , has stood as .1
ic > * oid , but it was neaily lowered twelve
months : nfi ) when ho put toiretliet l/'U. ' Col
lins did not have an inning after the interval
in the aftei noon and this Is also an unpic-
tedentcd pertoimance. In the courno of tlie
bicak leaching to 2,002 , Neall made ! 5J8 and
liJOsuota. lloiesumes to day and great ex
pectations are excited icgarding what he may
Knropp's Critlcnl Situation.
ICoj ) * ; * ( i/ht ItiStiliiiJitmcn Out dun /Ic'i/iriC.l
A'JK.NNA , Wov. 4 [ New Yoik Cable-
Special to tlio Ii ! K. ] 1 he situation is criti
cal. The dud ipist deieg-itlons met to day at
1 o'clock , bmolkii , tlio incsldcnt , said :
"Tho empoioi'.s wi-dom has kept the peace
foi us till now under the most difllcnlt eii-
ci.nistanccs. [ hensation.l Hu has kejt the
pe nco to ptciill.nl > neccssniy to our ceono
mlcal development , but whcthei thu iieace
cinbokept in tlie near future Is a question
demanding om special consideration which ,
because of the difficulties arising in our
foielgn lelatlons , is calculated to cause greet
uneasiness. " [ Applaiihp.J
Tlio IVorlc of Hri
SoriA , Nov. * . A state of sicgo has been
proclaimed at I'hlllipopolis for tlio purpose
of suppressing binds of brigands infcstint !
theenviioiisot the citv , and who 1110 Incited
bj Kiisslan agents to ikeds ot violence.
Appeal to Gladstone.
LONDON. Nov. I. ( Jno ol the Hiilgaiian
ministers has vviitten to tlio London Timcf
coiicspondent at Vienna , appc.ilingtn ( il.iil
stone tlnom.'h tliocoiiespondent to i.iisohi-
volce in behtilt of tlio independence ot Itul-
Cooper Shop Miii'iicii.
JlKMi'iiis , Nov4 , A the to day burned
tlio C'hlekasaw Coopei.igo toiup.in > 's vvoikf
on I'ront sticet. Loss , 8100,000 ; IIIMU.I'.HC
about S 10,000.
Holler K\pli > Hion liillH Kl\
LONDON , Nov , I. Thubollui of tliosteanici
Caitago.N.i\a , at Vow Casilo , exploded to day
whllo thu vessel was being unloaded. .Six
noiMins weiu killed and thlrtv injiiied. The
loito of the I'xjilosiun earned thu hollci tc
tin. top of ; i lofty u.ui'lioiibo ,
A Hnlvntlonrinj lo\v.
Qt iiih < , Nov. t. The salvation army , In
anticipation of moio set tons tiouh'c ' , ad
join nod theli nicutlng last nHit. It apne.iit
thnt the dlstnibaiiee ot Tuesday nUht vvas ot
moio soi Ions chaiacter than was reported ,
Afloi the meeting was over , Kov. Mi. Stobu
cfllcd foi three choois for thu m.ijoi anil
they wor i given with n will. Alter leaving
the hall the assemblage kept up the shouting ,
Tlio pollco vvcio all foi mod Into line am
vvlulo In tills position weio attached by a mo !
will h assiiilted them with stones and othoi
missile * , . Tlneu or tour ollieeis 1 HI ! beoi
sovcruly injined , when tin older to ( iuiigt
was given. 'Iho crowd Milled nnd rlmuei
on the police , who , hovvinei , acted br.ivolj
tlio icsiilt being seveial biokon heads lei tin
mob and two airusts.
Till : BOSTON
.Ma do Per Clnt claiul't
VlHll llieri ) .Moniluy.
llosios , Nov. 4 H has been aiunr''t
that thu picsldent , alter his rtitinn Horn tlu
ceremonies in Cambi Idgit on Mindly , wii
liold a leccjttlon in I'anui'll hall lor tlm gen
eral nubile tibonl n p. m. Alter this he tvll
iclnrn to the Hotel Vendome , wheiaaful
diess leception , nniU'i the aiisoiLOS of tin
ill ) of Itoston. will beheld In the tvpnin- . '
Attfi this the ( in'sldmit will bcos/-oittd to tin
liostoiit1Alb.nl > .station lo thu cadets , when
lit ) will take tin * 10 : . J tiaiu lei Now 'i oik-
Mrs. UHn eland and .Mis. jndlcitt ; ( wilt ar
rive hero Saturday moinlng and will bo tin
gnes-tsot Mrs. Powell Mason , sister of Mr-
Kndicott. UiiMond.iv Mi.Ciovcl.uid nrn
Mr > . Kndicott will bo the g'.tests of Mrs
iillott : , ot Harvard , letnrnln to the
at tlic Hotel Yotiaomu.
Tlio ljitp t .Movements Anumjr tto ?
Ollluois of tlic Army.
WASIUNOTIV , Vov. 4 [ Spcvlil Telo iam
to tlio Ui.i : ] -Janeril ( Oihndo 15. Wllcox ,
who was promoted last month from colonel
of tlip Twelfth Infantry , Ins announced his
son , Hut Licuten nit I'.lon P. Wileox Slxtli
cavali v , as an aide tie campon Ids stitr.
i'hc post of Port Prod btcele , Wvo. , Ins
been discontinued and will bo abandoned
lu'foie the end of tlie month. It is now oc
cupied by a detachment of twentvinoii under
command ol Kirst Llcutemnt Kdinr W.
Howe , Seventeenth Infanuy , to guard the
'Hie lollowins ; transfers In tlio Sixth In
fantry invo been made bv ( eneinlSheildan :
Plrst Lleiitonant blephcn W. Oioesbcck ,
compiny ( ? , tocomnany C ; Kirst Ideuteinnt
Aitlmr L. Wairner. P to II , and Klist
Lieutenant Cliarles Itvrno , U to ( ! .
Compiny H Is at Pint Leavenworth
Kans. . and nil tlie otheis spojliied aio at
Port Doiuliss , ni'ii Silt Like Citv.
A uny leaves : Major Kdward Collins , Klist
Infantry , two months extension. Captain
Washington 1. Sinboui , Tvvent-liltli inl.ui
li iv , foiu iiionlhs Hick loue ; Klist Licnteiiant
1 laneis II llardle. le lmontal qimitennastei
Thlidcivaliv. four months : Plrsl Lieutenant
John A Johnson , lllghth cavalrv , two
months extension ot sick leave ; Plisf Lieu
tenant \\llllun H. Wlieelei , Eleventh inl.in-
tr > , six months sick leave ; Lieutenant
himuel I ) . Pieennn , Tenth cavalry , onu
month fnrthct extension
Armj furlough anthoil/ed : Plrst Sorceant
Aiiram Dennis. compin > D , Tweiitli-litth
Inliintrv. Kort Meade , Dak. , six months from
December 7 ; Pilvatu Uottlicb lllpp , troop L ,
Seventh cavalrv , Knit Hufoid , Dak. , four
months ; i'riv.ito Dtuuul O'Donnell , troop
( i. Llghth eavalrv , Kort Cl.nk , six montlis ,
witli pel mission to go abioad ; Private
Hovvanl Ciuse , tioon L iiightli eivaliy ,
Poi t Claik , four montlis ; Coiporal Michael
Klemlntr , company C , Kiith inlanlry , Poit
Abiahnm Lliuoln , DaU. , six months to go
nlnoad ; I'M v nk * Jncob Koss , band , ICIcventli
Dak. , two months ; Piivato ( icoice ICvans ,
company ( ! , Twcntv-llftli infantiy , Port bis-
son. Dak. , dining November.
'liio lollowingarmv ollicers have been de
tailed to witness the Nsuc of ' .innultv goods
to Indl.ins at the agencies named : Ko-obud
agencv , Dtkot'i , Klist Lleiitemnt Uobeit T.
P.mmol , Ninth cavalry ; Pine Itidso acencv ,
Dak. , Lieutenant Philip A. Heltons , Mnth
civalry ; Sintci * and Plandien airenc > . First
Lieiitenint Horace 11. Sirson. Second in-
fantrr ; Port Hall accncy , Idaho , Plist Lieu
tenant Aitliui L. Wagnei , Sixth Intantry.
o nx n n Ai7 sTim ? illatai ix nx Jt1.
A Humor Current That. Arniour'H Bleu
Will Ho Order Pd Out To-day.
CnicAoo , Nov. 1. 'I ho beef men at bwift's
and Motiis ate still out , ami then chances
lei letiirningaio lessening. IJothconceins
arn shipping cattle east to boslatiKhtcied.
Swift commenced opeiatlim to-day with now
men , who me coming fioai all quirton
Phcardsall alumt tlio building oITei the fol
low in ; ; puces to new men : .Skilled butchers ,
20 to 45 cunts pin hour ; tieef c in icrs , 2S ecnts
poi liotir , and laboreis cents pur hour.
Thestiikeat tlio stoclc jatdstookn new
and perliaps verv seilous Him tonight. To-
moriovv will probably decide whelhei or not
tltete is to bo n collapse or a piotractcd and
more general stiuu'gle. 'Iho result depends
upon the action to bo taken to monovv bv
A i mom tCo.\ butchers upon tlio mandate
issued to nluhtl > > Mastei Woiknmn Under ,
of the Knights of Labor. This evening
in the ( litleient assembly meetings
an older was lead fiom Jlastor Work
man IJutlcr calling out Armour's
beef men to morrow. It Is ttscertcd bj many
that \iinoui's men will disicgard tha ordci
and stay at woilt. Their ioftisal4to obey
would make tliem li.iblo to expulsion fiom
the Knights ol ijiboi. It would , liovvcver ,
doubtless settle tlic stiike. then * being little
( picMion that in such an event tlio omplo > os
of Moirls and Swift's would at once apply
to be taken back. Should Aimom's men
obey the 01 del to quit , it is geneially con
ceded tint inothei ueneial strike of nil
classes of labor at thu stock > aidsis almost
lOlthcr Dead or Defaulted.
ri..v.TTSviouiu , JNeb. , Nov. 4. [ Special
Telegram to tlic HEP. | The finding of an
oei coat , hat and blood stained la/oi on tliu
river bink created a commotion in tills city
to day. ' 1 ho clothim : was idcntihud as be
longing to W. II. Iluarn , foreman ot the
Pl.ittsniouth Herald otlice , who was sup
posed to have gone to Lincoln last evening.
Heain was a steady > oung man of pond
habits , Tlio body was not found , and whllo
It appears to suicide , it may piovoacasu
of slopped out.
AlcCalio Declared Insane.
NKW Yoni ; , Nov. 1. The tiial of c\-Al-
del man Krancis McCabe , one of the "boodlo"
aldciman , in the umit of general sc ° bions , to
ascertain tlio question o Ills sanity , bo.'an
tliisafteinoon. In the cotnt to-daj McC.ihe
appealed to be verv ninth wonied. Littlu
time was occupied in obtaining n jmy. Me-
Cibu's counsel .stated that bis ellent was suf-
Jeiiii ! : from paiosis , the icsult ot an Injurj to
the head some tii.in tigo. Di . Hammond , in
sanity oxpeit , teslllicd ( hat his OY.iminatlons
ot AlcCabo in Ludlow stiect jail on two occa
sions resulted in the discoveiy of seveial
f > } mnloms of Ins.uiitv usually ( onsideied In-
lallinle , though ho thought tlio ni.il.ulvis ,
inthcwa > ol domenti.i , and not liable to
m ike the patient dingcious. Ho would soon
become imlKcilo. and bu tliought he could bo
better cared lei by his famll > than at any
public institution. A nunib'i ot othei o\-
) ) crts gavu olinilai testimony. ' 1 ho district
uttoiney expKsscd himsilt as batlslinl the
piisonei was 'nsinc. ' and tliu Jmj lumleied a
voidht to that cllnt. MiCabu was then
talcfii to the Ludlow sheet jail.
A Defnultcr Turns Up.
LAWUKNTH , Mas . , Nov. t. itlchaid Pits-
ton , iKoil deiilci of Uoston , alleged to hr.vo
ab-couded owing one liiindied to onu hun
dred and lilty thousand dolliis vvas been ves-
tenlay on a ti.'un lioin Poilland. Ho Bild hu
had neithei goiu * to Canada , dofiaudod niiy
body 01 Inl-'iidcd to do to , Ho hud been on n
business tlip east to laisa niont > and \\.i-
fiiiddi'iih l ikon ill at the Moitlmnts hotel In
Pot Hand. H < 3 said ho was coming back to
Itoston to meet his ( icdltois , and ovi > body
will be p ild dollar foi d.illar.
Tt is repoitid tliat the Mexican guneinl ,
Caiclado laCadeni , lias been shot lor high
tlovcinor Itiisk , of Wisconsin , received all
day vestcnhy coiigiatuhtoiy tuli-ciams on
A me at .Simthinipton , Out. , > esleulay ,
d.-uo > cd ilfly buildings , und tidily t.iinilius
Coniiiletoji'liiinshhovv th it the republicans
nf Connecticut will invoannjoillyof tlilitj-
one on joint ballot.
Shelny count ) . Illinois , Is bcdnt ; devastated
b > alieico fen st tno which the Inhabitants
aio nimblolo contiol
A disp itch to Iliu Now York Commercinl
Adveitisoi , < | i chues uiitruo the ieportth.it
Mme ( ! ei-ter the great uinger , Is insane.
At the liitue' ' . itlon Miss Alien J. Sanborn ,
a Picepoit. Ill , vomu l.idx , v as ( letted
snpeilntendeiit ot sthuiU In Itiulo coiintj ,
Dikot.i , she belnj the i.nmliue ot thodumo-
tiats and farmers' all ! u ce. \l tlio limn t'n. '
was on a leave of iibsenco ' 10111 Preeport.
At a contei 'nrfi btwei'i tieuei.il Maslci
Woiknnn I'owdfilv nnd thoe\etnlivo biiiid
of the Knights o ! Luboi and iiiuinbiiih ot the
aid tominlttcu ot il u I'hil.uli Iplu \ Mauiifau-
tiut'lu'ii' nciMlii'i , an .uieenient was icu In d
wheiebv the lnn. ln at Tioth'sm.il ihtiutil'il
und inles Ion-Hi lUM to gn\eiii fntuio dilll
diltles betwi m en p' > > > ( u und iniploju
w illtout slrilv s and locUoutd.
1'cler Ki'iini'j , a ti'U.ipli opeiatorat In
graham. Pa. , un ihu l'itl < hurg , ruitlnnali A
.St. Louis raili oul , wa > dilvtn tiom Ids in-
fatinmcnt carl > josteulay moiling b > a ma
niac visitor In liostly alllio. vvlm held poh
M -ton of the ol'.ied tor about an lioui .il : lu
point < it rt knife. Tialn nn-n . .ll'Coven-d
Mtii.Uloii. and ( iverpowuiin < thu intini'i n
leased the liiu'ht nd opti.U or lioiu hi.irl
THE NEW BSA8E ASVLlffl" II
Last Inspection of the Completed Building
By the State Hoard ,
THE STRUCTURE MAGNIFICENT.
Salient I'enturcH or iho Institution
Jlovv tlio Work vvns 1'innncd nnd
Kxoouted The > tM\t of
11m I'rido or NorfolK- .
Noniol.K , Neb. , Nov. -t.-Speclal ( Telo-
ginm to the Hi i.j : Slnto Ollieeis Scott , WIN
hud and lioggen vvcio heio to-day making
the last foinml inspect on of the ns-Jnm pu-
paratorj to Its acceptance. The building Is
now complete , with tlu * exception of a few
llnlshlng touches , and w III be accepted by the
state bo ltd on ceitliicillon of itsiompletlon
bp the architect In ehaigo. The Un : tepic-
scntatlvo joined tlio olllrers at the building
und took a look tliroijli It nnd found Its
snooth walls , Intel lei and cxteiloi , tanltless
tioiu basement to dome. CommMlonci Scott
s-xysltlstl'obest ' job of building uvei dmiu
foi the state , and thuothei olllcciswiid nine-
served in their piaiso oftho htiuctnre and the
wink of Contiacloi King. It icmalns for
the stnto to make an appropriation lei tin-
nHiingntid malntainiiiit tlio asv him.
The asv linn building Is substantial and
oinato in appearance , ami Is litiltt
trom plans furnished in P. M. Kills * . ,
aichlteet of Omaha. It Is iccitcd on thu
noithwest corner of the S.'Oatiu tuict , two
and n linlf miles fiom the city , on a beautiful
situeymimmtlnga view of the entile counti v
sniioiindlngit. Thostiucturu Is 'Jt4 feet In
length and .1 . Icet In depth , tour btoiles , In.
eluding basement , vvlth also a spacious attic
1 here Is in thu basement a duct lor ventllut *
ing purposes 1) feet In depth , 'Jt I feet long
and is feet wide , with \entllatlng ducts cor.-
necllni ; with eieh cell. Tlicroaio'JH looms , *
IncliidliiK 'M cells , halls , kitchens dining
looms and elosels. Tlioontlro Interloi ol the
building Is finished In haul Pine 1 torn Ala
bama , the Hoots being oiled , thu insldo llnlsh
being haul oil and shellac. 'I hero aia oiuht
dining looms and an ample kitchen.
Lach dining loom lias a pantiy
and dumb waiter fiom the kitchen.
'llieie Is an elevatoi foi clothes liom tlio
l.uuidrs to the apat tnicnt tor baths nnd
water closets. 'I bore Is also a leception
loom , ap.irtmcnls lei the snpcilntuiideiit and
Ida loue. lor the plij'lclan , and a postofllec.
bpeiklng tubes connect each of the eight
rooms w Itii the main oliico. The building Is
so airaimed that elcclilc llulit lixtuios can lie
put in at little expense. In the ( ential poi-
tlon ol the main entiance a nice tilu llooi ol
maible and slate is laid , Theie aio thieu en-
ttances on the north tind tlneuon Iho south ,
with tluce Iliglitsof staiih leading liomtho
centci ot the building , allowing ample
means of cgtess in case ot neccbslty. Tlnco
to\veis sin mount the cdllico. The lielght
of the bulldlni ! fiom tlio liont step
to the top of the main lower
Is 110 feet. ' 1 lie two smallei towers aie both
ornaincn'al and use ! id. Thuv contain water
tanks with a cap iclty of 'J50 ban els each.
.Nice soft watei was stuiek in tlio giavel at u
depth ot JO'i lect in Incxh.iUbllhlo ( | uantitltfi.
Uheseaiesomo ot the salient leatines in thu
description of a building so adiuli.ibly tlan-
ned and so well constiuctcd that tno Mate
may vvellbupioud of it.
It will lift lemembered that tlie legislature.
of two yeais ago decided to build an addl-
tionaMiibauotis > luin to meet the exigencies
ot Keulaska's growinir population. Kortollc
was selected us the point tor its location , tlio
people or this growing yonnj ? city donntlng
: -20 acios ol laud as a Mto for iho asylum.
The boaid ot pulillc lands and build
ings advci Used foi bids lei thu coiisliiietlon
ol the buildings and aw aided the contiact to
Mr. ( Jeoige H. King , ot HiooUljn , la. , who
came to tno btato with the pic.sti ooi having
bticcessfullj completed n pJ"HiO ( couit honso
at Alexandila. lak. , and a F'JO.OOO school
liullding at U'aukon , la. Thib bid was
SGl.TiS. Mr. King bioko ground lor the
inilldiiiir In Uctoliei , lbs.r > , and initially con-
htmctcil the louiulatlon. Ho coiumencta
woiRagaln In Apui ol this > eu , biingini ;
witli him the foitu ot woikmcn he cni | lu > eden
on his other buildings. Ho pushed the work
vigorously trom this lime until Its comple
tion without n bicik , sometimes having
twenty-nine teams on tlie toad and Mxtv-sit
men cmnlo\cd , with a pny toll of'i&l ' pel
week , in two weeks and two diys Ids
twentj-two masons laid hTi.tOJ biick.
DIN\I n , Nov. 4. 'the election of Adams
demociat , lorgoveinor , by apliu.ility ot 2,600
is conceded b.v icpnblltans. All but six coun
ties In thotitatoluvc been he.ud liom , giving
icturnb on tongiessnien about even. Thu
counties jet to comu in alwavh have been
dcmccratlc , M > the indh ations are in tavoi oC
a small majoilty lor Kccd , democrat. The
demociats of Aiapalion loiinty elect tt and
pcibslbly 7 out of f > iejicsenf.itives nna 1
M-natoi. This Is an Inneisu ol 7 in the
louei housoand I in tlio f-onate. 'llioothei
counties tuucaiiled l ) > Iho democrats , ho
there is llttloiloubt they will have lonliol oC
tlmlowci hoiisoot the general assembly and
possiblv the benate. The remainder of the
bt.ito ticket cjxtepl secietaiy , ouditoi , and
possibly attoiney general , is claimed by tha
( lcMHOCl.lt ! ? .
An Industrial H.iilicoiie.
lli.t i : .SI-KINC.I , s' ( 0. , Nov. 1 [ Special
Telegiam to the Hi i , | A baibccno and celo-
bialion was hold heio to-day in honoi of tlio
completion ol tlio BliioSpiIngH loller mills ,
planing mills und loundry and ni.tchino
bhops. Kenatoi VanWyek Hindu the tiddieNH
and vv.is beaiti'y npiilaiided. TAvooxcn weio
li.irbi cued and eveiy cdlhlu piovlded to w.it-
istv the appetites ot 1 OK ) lummy people ,
Tlio mil ! which is now in opei.itlon , li.uliifr
been stalled Monda > , is the propertv of
JJhitk Hi o . t Miiiinplei , and Is onu of tlio
bfbt in the. slate. It is tilled thiougliout witli
tlm latest impioved machiiiei.v. and Ins a
dally capacity ot Klbairols , M. L hiii-nrer
ispropiuloi of the plaiiini : mill and McDow
ell .V : Knlfjit on tlio lotinili > , Loth ol which
aic now In operation.
YAM SUM , Neb. , N'ov. I. ] Special T > lo-
gram lo the Hir.- | tclegi.im liom Poit
Nlobiara received this oven In , : nnnoiuicet
tlKitCiciici.il Kant/ commanding , vvltlithi )
hea'l'iuaitPih' bind and six comptnles ot the
Kiglith Infanliy , will liiiini dialolv takobtti-
tion at Niobuua. ( ienei.il Hi hbin will go
to Pott Uohlnson in command. The two
companies of the Second inland ) go to Poit
Omili.t , Lloiilenant Colonel .Monliromoiy
Infant , eighteenth inlnntiy , and .Major
H.indlftt. Ninth cavalry , will also bo titu- '
tloiuil at Nlobiaia. 'Ibis gives Nlolnai.v
nine c oinp inlcs and tlin u Hold ollii ers , in iK-
Ing the laigist post in the depailnient.
UnivurKil icgitt Is expro Md that WOOMI |
Ceneial liiitbln , who has many fiiends in
tills pint ol N' bi.inkii.
Tiutii : :
Mill ) Dunn Kiiotikfl Out .lack hinitli
in .New ilorxoy.
Niw Wiiii ; , Nov ! . Thu lie ivy vvcijjhtH ,
Jack Smith , ot Kngl.imi , who won last jtai's
( Imii'plonshlp of Hie New York Alhlitlo
tlub , iiiiiUllll } Dunn , who has smiessfii'ly '
i iitonnti K ( ' Jack Pillion and otliu good
mi n , tougbt a pii/i * lijlit in Nuw J ciscy this
moinlng. In Hie tiM nmiid .Smith got in
hiavv with lilt ilht ; i n his mit.igonisl'H left
( beck ami piitlv du/td him. Iho call ot
liino saved I.i'H from lintliei liijmy , Ono of
tliu joints ol Sml h'.s Hist linger
on tlio i.ght liiiid was dislo-
cited In the Mrond Kiiinil Dunn
bii'iime vcrj , ig'itK ! lvc. Sml'htiiei
( tit in u tiii ! ! .loi a i-low In Hut lilts und foi
lowed it u j by time | oed 01118 about thu
in , ! , , \\litn timu vv id called Smith was
luiim iapilal work. Smith opened tlio tlilid
loiinilb ) s.vhi'inIlls li blon D nil's lilt
i.ve , bitn ipg lnsi blood Siiiln-nl ) Dirin
nun'li's i i-lii nd I.nnUd It under Smith's
' ' . h nil'i ' tell Illiu il lei ; I.lucked com-
11 n h ( > ' I He had nol iidiveicd ciiiselous-
ii - \ > n tin i .i cdliil , .indthu ptirteand
: , i i it .11 ait'ul ' lo Dunn.
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