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    THE OMAHA xAILY BEflMVEDNESPAY.NOVEMBER G , 1388.
"iDETlllRD-TERilERREBDRED "
Probability That Ooburn Has Boon
Dofoatocl By Boyd.
A VERY LIVELY CONTEST.
Botno fvxorllent Until .Vnilo Dy
Dcmoprntlo Cnnillclatos
unit tlio Cortninty or
'Jliolr Klcntton.
Kindlon ,
The election in Douglas yesterday was ono
of the most warmly contested in the annnls
of the county. Iho vote was comparatively
n light one. This was duo mainly to the fact
ot thd light registration. Notwithstanding
nil that had bocn published on the nubjo'st ,
hundreds of citizens foiled to register , oud
believed that their votes woulil bo received
upon beliiR otforcd nt tno polls. In this , how-
'over ' , they were disappointed. The closing
of the nolllng places nt 0 o'clo'ck in the evening -
ing nlco conduced to n light vote , hundreds
of laboring man being left m lino' when the
voting wns hrouqht to n close.
At this writing (3:30 ( n. m. ) the returns
arg still Incomplete. The indications nro
that till the precincts will not be heard from
until BOino time this afternoon.
Of the 3T > voting districts In the the county
to Imvo been heard from nnd thcso glvo ,
the cnndldntco for the principal ofllcos the
following votes : Coburn , rouubllcan , for
sheriff , U,005s Boyd , democrat , 4,500 ; Holm-
rpd , republican candldutofortrcasuror.3i57 ( ;
Snyder , democrat , nX ! ! Davisrcnubllc.ui. .
candidate for district judge , 3,241 ; Clurksoti ,
' The districts yet to bo hcurd from In the
case ot the sheriff , ut least , will most likely
Increase Boyd'n ' majority , thus electing him
sheriff Instead of Coburn.
The reports from the city wards und
county precincts , so fur as known , nro us
follows : _ _
Mrflt Ward.
, inisr imtmcT.
For Judge ot the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ' ( rep ) , 103 ; John H. Ames ( dom ) ,
280. >
280.For Kcgonts ot the State University
Charles H. Merrill ( rep ) , 101L , J. F. Knight
( rep ) , 102 ; W. S. McKinney ( dem ) , 229 ; K
W. Hess ( dem ) , 228.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , U2 ; Joseph K , Clarkson ( non-part ) ,
202.
202.For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 00 ;
John F. Boyd ( dom ) . & 11.
For Treasurer Georco Holmrod ( rco ) ,
102 : Adnm Snyder ( dcm ) . 231.
For Hegistcr of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 83 ; T. A. Meecath ( dom ) , 259.
For Countv Clerk Jumes Allan ( rep ) , 103 ;
Peter O'Mulloy ( dom ) , ! M1.
ITor County .fudeo George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
09 : Gcorgo Shlolas ( dem ) , 2o3
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) , 103 ;
J. E. House ( dem ) . 220.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 135 ; C. P.
Harrigan ( dem ) , 201.
For Superintendence. W. Hill ( rep ) ,
101 , A. Mathews ( dom ) , 228.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 173 ; B. Mauinnis ( dom ) , 227.
For Commissioner , Fourth Distuct Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 103 ; P. J. Corrigun ( dem ) ,
230.
230.For
For State Senator John C. Thomoson
( rep ) , 104. ; Edward Paulson ( dom ) , 237.
SECOND mSTllICT.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) , 155 ; John II. Ames ( dom ) , 400.
For Hegcnts of the State University
Charles B. Merrill ( rep ) , 153 ; L. J. F.
Knight ( rep ) , 155 ; W. S. McKinney ( rep ) ,
403 : E. W. Hess ( Uom ) , 401.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 105 ; Joseph U. Clarkson ( non-part ) ,
401.
401.For
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 110 ;
John F. Boyd ( dem ) , 423.
For Treasurer- George Hcimrod ( rep ) ,
187 ; Adum Snydur ( dom ) , 207.
v For Keglstor of Deeds- . * B. Southard
( rnp ) , 140 ; T , A.Mogcuth ( dom ) , 402.
For County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) ,
143 ; Peter O'Mulley ( dem ) . 403.
For County Judge George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
12G ; George Shields ( dom ) , 414.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) . 148 ;
J. E. House ( dem ) , 303.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 173 ; C. P.
Harrignn ( dom ) , 350.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) ,
159 ; A. Muthews ( dom ) . 383.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) . 214 ; U. Maglnnis ( dem ) , 334.
For Commissioner , Fourth District b'red
M. Smith ( ret ) ) , 107 ; P. J. Corrigan ( dcm ) .
For Stuto Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 154 ; Edward Paulson ( dem ) , 899.
Third Ward.
8HCON1) DISTINCT.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis ( rep ) ,
211 ; Jos. It. Clarxson ( non-part ) , 239.
For Sheriff Win. Coburn ( .top ) , 104 ; John
F. Boyd ( dem ) , 287.
For Treasurer George Hcimrod ( rep ) ,
128 ; Adam Snj'Uer ( dom ) , 323.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( ropj , 129 ; T. A. Metreath ( dem ) , 321.
For County Clerk James Allen ( rep ) 154 ;
Peter Q'Malloy ( dom ) , 295.
For County Judge George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
13 * ; George Shields ( deni ) , 5)15. )
ForCoronor M. O. Maul ( rc-p ) , 229 ; C. P.
Harrigan ( dom ) , 218.
For Commissioner , Second District it. S.
Berlin ( iep ) . 112 ; B. Maginnis ( dem ) , 245.
For Commissioner. Fourth District Fred
M.Smith ( rep ) , 104 ; P. J. Corrigun ( dom ) ,
255.
I-oiirth Ward.
NIIST DISTHIGf.
For-Judgo of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norvul ( rep ) , WO ; John H. Ames ( d < nn ) 315.
For IleireutB of the Stale University
Chniles II. Merrill ( roll ) , C47 ; L. J. F.
Knight ( rep ) . 5-17 : W. S. McKinney ( dom ) .
317 : E. W. Hess fdeui ) , 31'J.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 429 ; Josupli K. Clurkson ( non-port ) ,
451. '
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 427 ;
JohnF. Boyd ( dcm ) , 412.
For Treasurer George Holmrod ( rep ) ,
032 ; Adatn Snyder ( dcui ) , 827.
For County Judgo-Gcorgo S. Smith ( rep ) ,
420 ; George Shields ( dom ) . 449.
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 053 ; Edward t'uulsou ( deinJ.'SH.
SECOND DISTIIIOT.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norvnl ( rep ) , Hi ; John H. Auics ( doui ) ,
For Regents of the State University
Charley H. Merrill ( rep ) , 100 ; L. J. F.
100 > ws M
, - ' - - ( dom ) ,
2C5 ; E. W. Boss ( dom ) , 200. "
For I istrlct Judto ( Herbert J. Davis ,
rcp ) , 125 ; Joseph It. Clarkson , ( non-part ) ,
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ' ) . 134 :
John F. Boyd ( doa ) , 237.
For Treasurer Gcoiyo Hcimrod ( rep ) .
148 : Adam Snyder ( dom ) , 221.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) . 113 ; T. A. Mogoath ( dom ) , 257.
For County Clerk Jauius Allan ( rep ) , 113 ;
Peter O'Muuoy ( dom ) . 257.
For County Judge Goer o S. Smith ( rep ) ,
138 ; Goorpo Shields ( dom ) , 213.
For SurveyorChurlofr Howes ( rco ) , 150 ;
J. E. House ( douiu 247.
For Coroner / , . O. Maul ( rep ) . 159 ; O. P.
Hnrngan ( dom ) 213.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) .
120 ; A Matthews ( dom ) , 241.
For Commissioner , 2nd District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 143 ; B. McGinnis ( dcm ) , 105.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 111 ; P. J. Corrigan ( dom ) ,
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 123 ; Edward PutiUcn ( dem ) , 249.
Sixth Wiml.
SECOND DISTIIIOT.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T , L.
Nprvul ( rup ) , 200 ; John II. Ames ( doui ) ,
513.
513.For
For Regents of the State University
Chas. H. Mori-Ill ( rep ) , 883 ; U J. F , Knight
( rep ) . 2S4 : W. S. Molilnnoy ( dem ) , 24t > ; E.
\V. Hess ( dom ) , 258. .
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( ron ) , .257 ; Jos. R , CJarkson ( uon-part ) , $50.
For BhoriffVm. . Coburn ( rep ) , 253 ; John
F. Boyd Mom ) , 307.
For Tromiuror George Hoiwrod ( rep ) ,
C15 : Adam Suyder ( douO , 317.
t-\ir Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , ail ; T. A. Mogeath ( doui ) . U.VJ.
fc\r County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) ,
S45l'otorO'MaHoydoui ( ) , l03. !
For County Judge Gcorjto 8. bmlth
( rep ) , 209 ; Oeorgo Shields ( dom ) , 431.
For Survoyor-Charlos Howe * ( rep ) , 201 ;
J. E. Ilotuo ( dcm ) , 07. . . . , . ,
For Coroncr-M. O. Mnnl ( rep ) 201 ; U. P.
Hnrrlgnn ( dcm ) . ! MO.
For Supcrtntenaent-a. W. Hill ( rep ) ,
S70 ; A. Mnthows ( dom ) . 8H.
For Commissioner , Second District n. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 012) ) B. Mnplnnls ( dem ) , 013.
For CommlsRlonor , Fourth District-Fred
M. Srnlth ( ropWJ3 ) ; P. J. Corrlpan , ( dem ) ,
337.
337.For Stnto Senator John C. Thompson
( l-np ) , ! JCO } Edxvnrd Paulson ( dctn ) . SM3.
For Asscssor-Scuyler WnUollold , 434 ;
Bernard MrGlvin. Ifw. _
For Justice of the Peace-Donmorp G.
Wllcox. 170 ; Kdwnrd Burtlott , 215 ; A. J.
Hn'-t , 315 ; K A. Shaw , ailj J. S. Morri
son , 3.
7HII11) DISTUICT.
l or Judge of tlio Supreme Court T.L.
Norvnl ( rep ) , 100 j John , 11. Ames ( dom ) , 39.
For Recent * of the Btato University
Charles H. Merrill ( rep ) , 100 ; L. J. F.
Knlcht ( rep ) , 100 : W. S. McKlnuoy ( dem ) ,
89 : E. W. llcss ( dcm ) , 89.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 85' Joseph H > Clarkson ( non-part. ) , Dl.
For Sheriff-William Coburn ( rep ) , OOj
John F. Boyd ( dom ) . 45.
For Treasurer John llsimrod ( rep ) , 101 j
Adam Snyder ( dem ) , 37.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , D3S 1' . A. Mcgeath ( dora ) , 40.
For County Clerk .lames Allan ( rep ) , 102 ;
Peter O'Mnlloy ( dom ) . 30.
For County UuJgo Georco S. Smith ( rep ) ,
SO : George Shields ( dom ) . 53.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( ret ) , 09 ;
J. E. Houno ( dom ) . 40. '
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , DJ ; C. P.
FrorPSupirhitcnde'nt G. W. Hill ( rep ) . 101 ;
A. MnthoWB ( dcm ) , 37.
For Commissioner. Second District R. b.
Berlin ( rep ) , 107 ; B. Muginnls ( dom ) , 33.
For Commissioner , Fiurth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 100 ; P. J. Corrigan
( dcm ) , 1(8. (
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( roti ) . 1)7 ) ; Edward Pnulsen ( dom ) . 41.
For Assessor-F. JW. Mauville , ( rep ) , 09 ;
T. O'Brien ( dem ) , CO.
For Justice ot the Pence Gustnv Ander
son ( rep ) , 82 ; Louis Llttleflold ( rep ) , 87 ; J.
S. MOrnson ( dcm ) , 47 ; Bernard Sucusso
( dem ) , 41 ; C. J. Johnson ( itid ) . 18.
Coiistubles D. B. Houck ( rep ) , 97 ; John
F. Page ( rcu ) , J72 ; Dwight Rustln ( doui ) ,
37 ; Mnrtin Olscn ( dcm ) . ( VI.
Sovi'iitli Ward ,
riKBT DlSTItlCT.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) . 3JO ; John H. Amo * ( dem ) , 213.
For Regents ot the Stuto University
Charles H. Merrill ( rep ) , 32J ; L. J. F.
Knight ( rep ) . 320 ; W. S. McKlnuey ( dom ) ,
213 ; E. W. Hess ( dom ) , 213.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( tap ) . 323 ; Josenh It. Clarkson ( non-purt ) ,
220.
220.For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 213 ;
John F. Boyd ( dom ) , 320.
For Treasurer George Hoimrod ( rep ) ,
310 ; Adam Snyder ( dem ) , 220.
For Hegistcr of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 2.-13 ; T. A. Megeath ( dem ) , 303.
For Countv Clerk .Tumes Allan ( rep ) , 334 ;
Pctor O'Mallov ( dem ) , 210.
For County Judge George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
277 ; George Shields ( dom ) , 259.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) , 401 ;
J. E HousO ( dem ) , 13.t.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 334 ; C. P.
Harrigan ( dcm ) , 107.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) , 838 ;
A. Mathews ( dom ) , 109.
For Commissioner , Second District R , S.
Berlin ( rep , 304 ; B. MtiRinnis ( dom ) , 171.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 2SO ; P. J. Corrigan ( dom ) ,
250.
250.For Stnto Senntor-Alohn C. Thompson
( rep ) , 331 ; Edward Paulson ( dein ) , 203.
SECOND DIHTHICT.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( ron ) , 101 ; John H. Ames ( dcm ) , 182.
For Regents of the State'University
Charles H. Merrill ( rep ) , 104 ; L. J. F.
Knight ( rep ) , 101 ; > V. S. McKinney ( dom ) ,
IhO ; K. W. Hess ( dom ) . ISO.
For District Judge Herbert J , Davis ( rep ) ,
118 ; Joseph R. Clarkson ( non-part ) , 1150.
For Sheriff William Coburu ( rep ) , 00 ;
John F. Boyd ( dem ) , 184.
For Truusuier George Heltnrod ( rep ) ,
107 ; Adnm Snyder ( deui ) , 170.
For Register of Dceus J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 51 ; T. A. Mcgeath ( dom ) , 231.
For County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) , 90 ;
Peter O'Malioy ( 'dcm ) , 177.
For County Judge George S. Smith ( ren ) ,
85 ; George Shields ( dom ) , Ib'J.
For Surveyor Charles Bowo ( rep ) , i05 ;
J. E. House ( dem ) , 171.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 111 ; a P.
Harripin ( dom ) , 173.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) , 97 ;
A. Mnthows ( dera ) , 178.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) . 100jB. ; Mnginnis.dem ( ) , 109.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 90 ; P. J. Corrigan ( dem ) ,
17fl.
17fl.For
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 145 ; Edward fuulson ( dcm ) , HO.
Ninth \\nrU.
SECOND DI8T11ICT.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) , 175 ; John B. Ames ( dem,12S. )
For .District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rop,120 ) ; Joseph R. Clarkson ( non-purt.172. )
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 104 ;
JohnF. Uoyd ( dem ) , 181.
For Trunsurer George Holmrod ( rep ) ,
170 : Adatn Snyder ( dem ) , 120.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) . Ib3 ; T. A. Megcuth ( dem ) , 110 ;
For County Clerk Jumcs Allan ( rep ) , ISO ;
Peter O'Mnlley ( dem ) , 1115.
For County Judge George E. Smith ( rep ) ,
143 ; George Shields ( dem ) . 149.
South O in a tin.
FIRST WAIID.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 149 ; Joseph R. Clarkson ( non-part ) ,
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 120 :
John F , Boyd ( dom ) , 104.
For Treasurer George Hoimrod ( rep ) ,
143 ; Adum Suyder ( dom ) , 140.
SECOND WAlll ) .
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 130 ; Joseph R. Clurkson ( non-part ) ,
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 103 ;
John F. Hoyd ( dom ) , 140.
For Treasurer George Holmrod ( rep ) ,
130 ; Adam Snyder ( deui ) , 114.
TII1IID WA11D ,
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) , 04 ; John H. Ames ( dem ) , 247.
Far Regents of the Stuto University
Chas. H Merrill ( rep ) , 03 ; L. J. F. Knight
( rep ) , 03 ; W. S. McKmuoy ( dom ) , 208 ; E.
W. Boss ( dom ) , 2-1(5. (
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 01 ; Jos. R. Clarltsou ( uon-part ) , 250.
For Sheriff Wm. Coburn ( rep ) , 7'J ; John
F. Boyd ( dom ) , 2JC.
For Treasurer George Helmrod ( rep ) ' 01 ;
Adam Snyder ( dem ) . 250.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 01 ; iA. . Megeiilh ( dem ) , 247.
For County Clerk Jumes Allan ( rep ) , GS ;
Peter O'Malioy ( dem ) , 250.
For County Judge George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
01 : George Shlolas ( dom ) , 317 ,
ForStiivoyor Churles Howes ( rep ) . 01 :
J. E. House ( dom ) , 247.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 103 ; C. P.
Harrljfun ( dom ) , 2W.
ForSuperlntendcnU-G. W. Hill ( rep ) , 01 ;
A. Mathews ( doui ) . 247. .
For Commissioner. Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 15 ; B. Mugltinis ( dam ) , 218.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 73 ; P. J , Corrigun ( dem ) ,
225.
225.For
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( reji ) , W ; Edwuid Paulson ( dem ) , 247 ,
1-or Assessor J. H. Fleming , 249 ; J. B.
Hayes , 65.
For Justice of the Pcnco I. I. Green , 200 ;
H. MoHcnry , 230 ; E. K. Wells , 05j E. O.
MuyUold. 5b ; E. H. Doud , ! U.
Constables A. P. McOracken , 174 ; A. A.
Donnelly , 211 ; Chris Durnoll , 131 ; J. li
Hurt. 05.
FOIWTII WAKD ,
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. E.
Norval ( rop,33 } ; John H. Ames ( dem ) , 85.
For Rcgont8flf the State University Chas.
H. Merrill ( rep ) 83 ; L. F. J. Knight ( rep ) ,
83 ; W. S. McKmuoy ( dom ) , 85 ; E. W. Hess
( dum ) , 84.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , CO ; Jos. R. Clurkson ( non-part ) , 57.
For Shorlft Win , Coburn ( rep ) . 11 ; John
F. Boyd ( dom ) , J07.
For Trensurur Georco Holmrod ( rep ) , 30 ;
Adam Snyder ( dum ) , 87.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 31 ; T. A. Mugeuth ( dum ) . 67.
For County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) , 31 ;
Peter O'Mulley iduiu ) , b7 ,
For t'ouuty Judyo GoorteS , Smith ( rep ) ,
83 ; Gcort'O Shields ( dcm ) , 85.
For Surveyor Chnrlcs HotVos { rep1) ) , 33 ;
J , E. House ( dom ) , 85.
For Coroner Zw. O. Maul ( rtp ) , 85 $ C. P.
Harrigan ( dom ) , 82.
For Superintendent . W. Hill ( i-co ) , 83 ;
A. Mnthows ( dom ) , 81.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin , ( rep ) , 80 ; B , Magtfnnln ( dcm ) , 83.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 3 ; P. J. Corrlgnn ( dom ) , 70.
For State Senator John O. Thompson
( rep ) , .13 : Edwad ; Paulscti ( dom ) , 81 ,
For Assessor James II. Fleming , 85 ; J.
T. Hayes , 83.
For Justice of the Pence Joseph A.
Green ( rep ) , 78 ! Henry MoHcnry ( rep ) , 83 :
G. K. Wells ( dem ) , 85 ; B. O. Mixyflold
( dcm ) , 83.
I-or Constables H. E. McCracken , 78 ; A.
A. Donnelly , 83 ; J. U Hurt , 81 ; C. Darnell ,
County Prrclncls.
MII.LAIID.
For Judpo of the Supreme Court H. Nor
vnl ( rep ) , 43 ; John H. Amos ( dctn ) , 80.
For Rceents of the Stnto University-
Charles H. Merrill ( rep ) , 43 ; L. J. F. Knight
( rep ) , 43 ; W. S. McKIiinoy ( dom ) , 80 ; E. W.
Hess ( dcm ) , RO.
For District Judge Herbert J , Davis
( rep ) , 51 ; James It. Clnrkson ( Ind mid dom ) ,
77.
77.For Sheriff William Cohurn ( rCp ) , 73 ;
John F. Boyd ( dom ) , 67.
For Treasurer George Holmrod ( rep ) , 74 ;
Adnm Snyder ( dom ) , M.
For Register of Deeds J. H. Southard
( rep ) , 40 ; T. A. Megnath ( dom ) , 8&
For County Clerk Jnmcs Alien ( rep ) , 43 ;
Potcr O'Mnllo.v ( dcm ) , 80.
For County Judge George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
23 : George Shields ( dcm ) , 107.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) , 87 ;
J. E. House ( dom ) , 43.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 51 ; C. P.
Hnrripnn ( dctn ) , 78.
For Suporlntondent-G. W. Hill ( rep ) , 23 ;
A. A. Mntthows ( dom ) , 107.
For Commissioner Second district , H. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 45 ; B. McGinnis ( dom ) , 84.
Commissioner , Fourth district , Fred M.
Smith ( rep ) , CO ; P. J. Corrigan ( dem ) , 03.
For State Scnntor John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 29 ; Edward Paulson ( dom ) , 09.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norvnl ( rep ) , 78 ; John II. Amos ( dom ) , 72.
For Regents of the State University
Charles B. Merrill ( rep ) , 77 ; L. J. F. Knight
( rep ) , 78 ; W. S. McKinney ( dera ) , 73 ; E. W.
Hess ( dom ) , 71 ,
For District Judge Herbert J.Davis ( rot > ) ,
65 ; Joseph R. Clarkson ( non-part ) , 85.
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 67 ;
John F. > Boyd ( dom ) . 81.
For Treasurer Georco Hcimrod ( rep ) , 74 ;
Adam Snyder ( dom ) , 70.
For Register of Dends J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 71 ; T. A. Megoath ( djm ) , 78. '
For County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) , 77 ;
Pctor O'Malley ( dem ) , 71.
For Countv Judge George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
70 ; George Shields ( dcm ) , 70. '
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) , 70 ;
J. E. HOIISH ( dem ) , 72.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 70 ; C. P.
Harrigan ( dem ) , 70.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) ,
85 ; A. Mnlhows ( dem ) , 0-1.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , SO ; B. Mnginnis ( dom ) , 70.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 83 ; P. J. Corrigan ( dom ) . GO.
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 78 ; Edward Paulson ( dum ) , 72.
DOUGLAS.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) , 20 ; John H. Amos ( dem ) , 61.
ITor Regents of the State University
Chus. H. Merrill ( rep ) , 19 ; L. J. F. Knight
( rep ) , 19V. ; \ . S. McKinney ( dem ) , C3 ; E. W.
Hess ( dem ) . G5.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 17 ; Jos. R. Clurkson ( non-part ) . 07.
For Sheriff Whllura Coburn ( rep ) , 20 ;
John F. Boyd ( dom ) , 04.
For Treasurer George Iloimrod ( rep ) , 2-1 ;
Adum Snyder ( dem ) , 00.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 19 ; T. A. Megeath ( doui ) , G5.
For County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) , 18 ;
Pater O'Mulley ( dcm ) , CO. .
For County Judge George S. Smith
( rep ) , 20 ; Gco.rgo Shields ( dcm ) , 04.
For Surveyor Charles Hbwos '
J. E. Bouse ; dem ) , G : > .
For Corondr M. O. Maul'rop ( ) , 20 ; C. P.
Hnrricun ( dcm ) , BS.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) , 19 ;
A. Mathews ( dem ) , 05.
For Commissioner. Second District R. S.
uerlin ( rep ) , 00 ; B. McGinnis ( dom ) , 24.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 23 ; P. J. Corrigau ( dom ) , GO.
For Stnto Senator John C. Ohompson
( rep ) , 19 ; Edward Paulson ( dem ) , CO.
JRrFBHSOX.
Following is the total vote of the success
ful candidates in this prociact : Norvnll , 55 ;
Merrill , 55 ; Knight , 55 ; Davis,31 : Thomp
son , 55 ; Colburn. 32 ; Hcimrod-49 ; Southard ,
55 ; Allen , 81 ; Smitn , 00 ; Howes , GO ; Maul ,
54 ; Hill , 05 ; Berlin , 09 ; Smith , 55.
add elect
VAMET. '
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) , 85 ; John H. Ames ( dem ) , 40.
For Regents of the State University
Ciinrlcs II. Merrill ( rep ) . 85 ; L. J. F.'Knight
( rep ) , 8-j ; W. S. McKinney ( dem ) , 40 ; E. W.
Hess ( dcm ) , 40.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rcn ) , 85 ; Joseph It. Clarkson ( non-part ) , 40.
For Sheriff William Coburu ( rep ) , SO ;
Jonn F. Boyd ( dem ) , 49.
For Treasurer George Hcimrod ( rep ) , 80 ;
Adam Snyder ( dem ) , 40.
li'ar Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
p ) , 78 ; T. A. Megeath ( dem ) , fiO.
or County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) , 85 ;
1'cter O'Malioy ( dcm ) , 47.
For County Juice George S. Smith ( rep ) ,
85 ; George Shields ( dom ) , 49.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) , 77 ;
J. E. House ( dom ) , 45.
For Corocer M. O. Maul ( rep ) , SO ; C. P.
Ilarrlgan ( dcm ) , 45.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) , 92 ;
A. Matthews ( dom ) , 45.
For Commissioner , Second District It. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 8 < 5 ; B. Maginuis ( deui ) , 45.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 7l ! ; P. J. Corngnn ( dora ) , 40.
For Stuto Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 85 ; Edward Paulson ( dom ) , 40.
CHICAGO.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norvul ( rep ) , 52 ; John H. Amos ( dom ) , 103.
For Tlegonts of the State University Chas.
H. Merrill ( rep ) , 52 ; L.J.F. Knight ( rep ) , 52 :
W. S. McKlunoy ( dem ) , 103 ; E. W. Hess
( dom ) , 103.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 49 ; Jos. R. Clarkson ( non-par ) , 100.
For Sheriff Wm , Coburn ( rep ) , 45 ; John
F. Boyd ( dom ) , 110.
For Treasurer George Iloimrod ( rep ) ,
53 ; Adam Snydcr ( dom ) , 102.
For Itogister of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , CO ; T. A. Megoath ( dom ) , 105.
For County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) , 52 ;
Peter O'Mulloy ( deui ) . 104.
For County Judge George S. Smith ( rcrJ ) ,
47 ; George Shields ( dom ) , 107.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ' ( rep ) , 112 ;
J. E. House ( dom ) , 42.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , GO ; C. P.
Harrigan ( dem ) , 07.
For Suporintundont-G. W. Hill ( rep ) , 55 ;
A. Mathews ( dom ) , 100.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( r\jp ) . 01 ; B. Moglnnls ( dom ) , 07.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , U9 ; P. J. Corrigan , * ( dom ) ,
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 40 ; Edward Paulson ( dom ) , 109.
WEST OMAHA.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) , 47 ; John H. Ames ( dom ) , 58 ,
For Roironts of the State University
Charles H. Merrill ( rep ) , 43 ; L. J. F. Knight
( rep ) , 43 ; W. S. McKlnnoy ( dom ) , 03 ; E. W.
Hess ( dom ) , Oi
For District Judge Herbert J , Davis
( rcu ) , 49 ; Joseph It. Clarkson ( non-part ) , 54.
For Sheriff William Coburu ( rep ) , 6(5 ( ;
John F. Bord ( dom ) . 47.
For Treasurer George Holmrod ( rep ) , 53 ;
Adam Snydur ( dem ) , 50.
For Register of Deeds J , B. Southard
( rep ) , ( VI ; T. A. Mogeath ( dom ) , 59.
For County Clerk James Allan ( rpp ) , 43 :
Peter O'Malioy idem ) . 03.
For County Judgo-Georgo S. Smith ( rep ) ,
HI ; George Shields ( deui ) , 58.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) , IS ;
J , E. House ( dom ) , G7.
For Coroner M. O. Maul ( rep ) , 43 ; O. P.
Hamgan { ( torn ) , 03.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) , B8 ;
A Matthews ( dom ) , 47.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 43 ; B. Maginnls ( dam ) , (53. (
For Commissioner. Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 2u ; P. J. Corrmun ( dom ) , 78.
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 31 ; Edward Paulson ( dora ) , 01. v
U.MOK.
For Judge of ttie Supreme Court T. I *
Norval ( rep ) , ICO ; H. Amos ( dom ) , 07 ,
For Rpgcr/tl6f / | the SUite University
Chnrlcs II. Merrill ( rep ) . 107 ; JU J. F.
Knight ( rcnVllM ; W. S. McKlnnoy ( dora ) ,
CO ; E. W. Hcsvmdml.CO ,
For District/"Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 77 ; Joseph R. Clnrkson ( non part ) . TO.
For ShorlfffeU'llllnm Coburn ( rep ) , 100 ;
John F. BoyiWde-m ) , 03.
. J ° p. , T SWStf-P * | W Helmrod ( rep ) ,
0 ; Adnm StiVttcY ( dem > , 87.
For Register5 tit Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 03 ; T. rfi'Mcgoath ' ( dom ) , 70.
For County" 'Clerk-James Allan ( rep ) ,
109S Peter O'MhTloy ( dem ) , 04.
For County Jnr5go-GcorgoS. Smith ( rep ) ,
lol ; George Shields ( dom ) , C'J.
ForSurvoyor-MJlmrlcs Howes ( rep ) , lOOt
J. E. House UVcfn'to. )
For Coroner-M. 0. Maul ( rep ) , 100 ; C. P.
Harridan ( dotm'T7. {
For Supcrintcnlcnt G.W. Hill ( rep ) , 109 ;
A. Mnthows ( ddm ) , 75.
For Commissioner , Second Distrlct-R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 184 ; B. Mnglnnls ( dcm ) , 37.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) , 105 ; P. J. Coirli-.in ( dom ) ,
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 103 ; Edward Paulson ( dcm ) , 70.
WATCHI.OO.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norvnl ( rep ) , 83 ; John H. Amos ( dom ) , 82.
For Regents of the State University
Chns. H. Merrill ( rep ) , S ) ; L. J. F. Knight
( rep ) , 83 ; W. S. McKlnnoy ( dem ) . 82 ; E. W
Hess ( dcm ) , 83 ,
For 'District .Tilrfgo Herbert .T. Davis
( rep ) , 7 ; Jos. It. Clnrkson ( non-part ) , 99.
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rcu ) , 07 ;
John F. Boyd ( dom ) , 100.
For Treasurer George Hcimrod ( rep ) ,
83 ; Adam Snyder ( dom ) 82.
For Register of Deeds J. B. Southard
( rep ) , 83 ; T. A. McGcath ( dem ) , 83.
For County Clerk James Allen ( rep ) , 83 ;
Peter O'Mnlloy ( ttcm ) . 83.
For County Judge Georpo S. Smith ( rep ) ,
83 ; George Shields ( dom ) . 83.
For Surveyor Charles Howos ( rep ) , 82 ;
J. E. . House ( dom ) . 83.
For Coroner MO. . Maul ( rep ) , SO ; C. P.
Hnrrlgan ( dom ) , .
For { superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep ) ,
147 ; A. Mnthews ( dom ) , 23.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) , 83 ; B. Mnglnnls ( dem ) , 82.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( rep ) . 83 ; K J. Corrignn ( dom,83. )
For Stale Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 83 ; Edward Pnulsou ( doui ) , 81. .
PI.OHENCE.
For Judge of the Supreme Court T. L.
Norval ( rep ) , 158 ; John H. Ames ( dom ) . 123.
For Regents of the Stuto University-
Charles H. Merrill ( rep ) , 157 ; L. J. F.
Knight ( rep ) , 157 ; W. S. McKinney ( dem ) ,
12J ; E. W. Hess ( dom ) , 123.
For District Judge Herbert J. Davis
( rep ) , 123 ; Joseph R. Clarkson ( non-part ) ,
150.
150.For
For Sheriff William Coburn ( rep ) , 01 ;
John F. Boyd ( dom ) . 183.
For Treasurer George Holruroil ( rep ) ,
121 : Adnm Snydcr ( dem ) , 15li.
For Register of Deeds-J. B. Southard
( rcji ) , 155 ; T. A. Mcgo-ith ( dom ) , 120.
For County Clerk James Allan ( rep ) , 157 }
Potcr O'Mallov ( dcm ) , 122.
For County JudRO-Georgo'S. Smith ( rep ) ,
153 ; Gcergo Shields ( dem ) . 127.
For Surveyor Charles Howes ( rep ) , 159 ;
J. E. House ( dem ) . 112.
For Coroner M. O. Mau' ( rep ) , 159 ; C. P.
Hurngan ( dem ) , 120.
For Superintendent G. W. Hill ( rep,153 ) ;
A. Muthows ( d"em ) , 125.
For Commissioner , Second District R. S.
Berlin ( rep ) . 20'B. } } Magmnts ( dcm ) , 73.
For Commissioner , Fourth District Fred
M. Smith ( repi'm ; P.J.Corrijrun ( domOS.
For State Senator John C. Thompson
( rep ) , 157.
f IJIM.EVUE. :
Bni.uivun , Neb , NOV. G [ Special Tele-
Rrum to Tun Bpn-J Arfolr vote wao polled
hero to-day , wf ijU , straight party vote on
the state ticket , i The county ticket was
budly scratched. , Jl'ho following nro the ma
jorities on the sthtp ticket : Ames 15 , Me-
Kinnery 13 , Hess 13. Clurksou 31.
" . ( > , nttorinc.
In the EIchthWHrd 974 votes were cast ,
439 in the First and 535 in the Second dis
trict. The republican majority will bo about
025. Hcinirod'9) ypta will bo the heaviest ,
Coburn running slightly behind him in both
districts..Allen , j.Soutbard , Smith and Ber
lin received about the sama vote. Ono thou
sand two hundred and forty-seven men wcro
registered. Fourteen prohibition tickets
were voted , but they were badly scratched.
In tbo first nrecinct of ttio Sixth ward 730
votes were polled ; of which 123 wcro straight
democratic and 114 republican. The other
ballots were budly scratched and a complete
count will not bo made before 8 o'clock this
morning. The most reliable estimates in
dicate the following majority in the precinct :
Boyd GO , Hcimrod TO , Clurksou 20 , Allan 25 ,
Southard 50 , Shields 100. Maul 50 , Berlin 75.
The Wyoming F.lcctlonu
CHEYENNE , Wyo. , Ivov fi. The new con
stitution was voted upon to-day and from
returns received this evening it is evident
that it 1ms carried by a large majority , The
vote throughout the state was rather light ,
owing to the inclcmont weather of the past
xveolc and a heavy snow full which has ren
dered traveling in thu country districts dlfll-
cult.
NATIONAfc'NIiGHO LEAGUE.
Thomas Fortune Issues n Call For n
Convention.
NEW Yonic , Nov. G. | Special Telegram to
Tnn BEE. ] Thomas Fortune , formerly editor
of the Freeman and at present proprietor
and editor of the Ago , has'issued a call to nil
members of the Afro-American league in
this country to meet in convention nt Nash
ville , July 15,1890 , to form an Afro-Amor-
ican league. In an editorial in his paper
Fortune says :
'Goaded on. ns a'oeoplo never were goaded
on before ; made the foot-ball of individual
villains and tbo helpless victims of stnto
authority , based on usurpation and main
tained by methods at which a Turkish pasha
would blush , so infamous lire they ; mur
dered without redress , insulted witnout
provocation , rated ds babies in courage and
intolligencn , u point bus been reached at
which it is to bo hoped the Afro-American
citizens -will take such measures for solf-
protcctlon as the desperate nature of their
grievances suggest. "
The Washington Dilonunn.
OttYMi'U , Wnsh. T , , Nov. C. Governor
Moore sent a letter with the constitution and
returns to tbo president , certifying to both.
Tbo president's .attention was called to this
to-day by wire , and it is hoped bo will ISHUO
the proclamation. Attorney General Miller
telegraphed to-day declining to glvo an opin
ion as to when the senators can bo elected.
On the sumo question the president referred
tbo Governor to tboonabllng ; act and the no
tion taken by SouttnuDakota This is con
strued hero to moanjtho legislature can meet
to-morrow to organize and on Thursday bal
lot for senators. , I'U'lio mipromo court will
decide tomorrowwhether the legislature
Btmll moot or not. < 1
That WiHL'tmsIn Ilnzlnsr Case.
CHICAGO , Noy. , ' 'SJ ' [ Special Telegram to
THE BEE. ] The nsatlonal hazing case at
the Wisconsin /university this afternoon
culminated In tho'securing ' of n writ of pro
hibition by the nltornoy of the students ,
taking the wholftJuuttor out of Judge ICeycs'
court and prohlmung him from furthur
action In the matter. The writ is being
nrgued before tltOjBUpromo court by Colonel
AVilltutji F. Vilai , .This action will probablv
result In dlsmlssu > ? ; the whole matter , The
hazipg case has ( Allied much comment by
the state press and has caused aovoral
students to leavO the university and seek an
education elsewhere.
A Convened Smueelor Uo'iiniln ,
HocKFoni ) , 1)1. ) , Nov. 5. [ Special Telegram
to THIS HEG. ] Evangellst Moodv , In his dis
course lastovening , said ho had Just received
a check for J2.500 from a Canadian , an ex-
Btnuggler , who bad boon converted through
Moody's ' ministrations. Moody Iml told him
his conversion would not bu complete unless
ho refunded too government the money out
of which ho bad defrauded it. The man ac
cordingly sent Moody the draft , with the re
quest thut ho forward it to the proper
authorities ,
A Schooner Bunic.
MIMVAUKKK , Nov. 5. A special from St.
Ignuco , Mich. , says Captain McCarty , of the
T. S. Faxtou , reports a three masted
schooner sunk nit Wiita nhoab Lake. Michi
gan. Her musts nro out to the cross trocs.
All hands uro iirobubly lost.
IOWA IS STILL REPUBLICAN ,
The Wild Hopa3 oi DoraoorntloPoH-
tioiaus Blasted.
HUTCHISON THE NEXTGOVERNOR
Ho Carries tlio Stnto With n Hll litly
JDcorcnictl Mnjorlty A Very
IjlRht Vote 1'ollcd
Tlio Itntttriif * .
Tlio Unwkoyo IClootlon ,
DBS M oisns , In. , Nov. B. [ Special toTitn
Uii ! . I Kcturns so fnr show a very light
voto. At this tlmo , (11 ( p. m. ) the Indications
tire that the republicans hnvo cnrnod the
stnto , but by a small plurality. The losses
neein to bo moro In Northwestern lown , so
far , than anywhere clso. Chorokon countv ,
especially , toturnod n largo republican loss.
Hutchison ntns nrotty even with the rest
of 'tho ticket. The loglslnturo will bo
etronly republican ,
The State Itcglstcr nays : At midnight
the mjgrugato returns , covering one-sixth of
the state , phowvory heavy democratic gains.
Tlio democrats Imvo made heavy gains in
tbo river counties , nnd the republicans hnvo
tailed to hold ut > lu the northwest so fnr ns
heard from. The democratic stixto hcnd-
qunrtors claim that If the present ratio of
uulns Is continued they will carry the state
by 7.000. The republican hoailquartors in
sist thnttho strong republican counties Imvo
not yet reported , nnd will cut down the dem
ocratic gains , so that Hutchison will bo
elected by a small plurality.
DnlHtqiio County.
DUJIUQOB , la. , Nov. 5. Dubuque city com
plete gives Boles 8.1BS , Hutchison 1,1155 n
democratic gain of 1,123 , Boles' majority In
Dubuque county will bo over 4,000. Returns
received by the Herald from twelve counties
In Iowa give n democratic gain of 0,000.
Pralrio Creek township , Dnbun.no county ,
gives Boles 2SO , Hutchison 2 ; n democratic
gain of 23. Taylor township , Dubuque
county , gives Boies 109 , Hutchison 173. " Two
ygars ace the vote wus : Anderson 140 , Lur-
rabcolfiO.
Vernon township , Dubuque county , gives
Boies 121 , Hutchison 30 ; a democratic gain
of 3.
flurrlsoii County.
MISSOURI VALUST , la. Nov. C. - [ Special
Telegram to Tun BRE.J Missouri Valley
and St. Johns township clvo Boles -181 ,
Hutchison 320. The same precincts gave n
democratic majority of 14 last year. Me-
Govern ( dom ) . lor representative will carry
the county. Bolter for senator will prrbably
carry by u small majority.
WnoiltMiry County.
Sioux Cmla. . , Nov. 5. [ Special Tola-
gram to THE BUE. I Scattering returns from
country orcciucts show that Hutchison is
running behind nil over the county. Boies
will probably carry this county by 250 ma
jority. The democrats will ulso elect the
representative and most of the county
ticket.
_
f-cot Oountv.
Dvvr..vi'oiiT , la , Nov. 5. [ Speclal Tele
gram to THE BRE. Uetums from seven pre-
'clncts out of twenty-two In Scott county
show a democratic gain of 20 over two years
ago on an Increased vote of 220.
County.
BUIIUNOTON , In. , Nov. 5. Four preclnts
in this city give Hutchison OSC , Boles 470 , a
democratic gain over two years ngo of 353.
J > eliwaro County.
DDHUQUE , Ju. , Nov. 5. Delaware county
gives the republicans 400 majority , against
532 iu 18S7.
OInyton Coinuy.
DUUUQUE , la. , Nov. 5. Clayton county
gives Boies a majority of over 1.500. against
Democrats Claim tlio Stnto.
DES MOINRS , In. , Nov. C. At 2:30 : n. tn.
the democrats claim tbo election of their
enttro state ticket by a majority of 10,000.
DUWUQUB , In. , Nov. 5. 1'ho Herald ( demo
cratic ) has returns from nineteen counties
in lown , which give a gam for Boles of 8'JOO.
Dlnolc lltitvk County.
DuncquE , la. , Nov. 5. Black Hawk county ,
Boies' homo , , gives Hutchison 200 majority.
In 1837 the republican majority was 793.
Dentil of C. .1. Uoilgc.
BUIH.IXOTON , In. , Nov. 5. C. J. Dodge ,
the well-known local politician , and son of
General Dodge , the United States Minister
to Spain from 1853 to 1859 , died hero to-day.
Ho was prosecuting attorney for Dos Moincs
county in 1830.
ISIjOl'ED PUO.U HASTINGS.
A Dentist and a bhoo Dealer's Wife
Go Tncotiior.
HASTINGS , Neb , , Nov. 5. | Special Tele
gram to TUB BKE.J Hastings Is much excited
to-day over the rumored clopomcment of U.
A. Stowart.with the wlfo of Mr. Moshcr , a
shoo dealer of this city. Stewart is a prom-
nent denitst and hasa nlco family , consist
ing of a wife and three children. It was his
sou who foil from a telephone cable and broke
his leg about two months ago.
Mrs , Moshor loft for Denver yes
terday noon and Stewart followed on the
midnight train. It has been an open secret
among the knowing ones for some time that
there was au illicit deal between the pair.
A local paper recently published u squib
which should have put the unsuspecting
husband upon his guard , but it only had the
effect to hasten the departure of the guilty
pair.Mr.
Mr. Moshcr says ho will not follow thorn.
Bo know nothingot where his wife had gone
or that she was intimuto with Stowurt until
informed by a friend.
Stewart would nnd this city too warm for
him if ho over returned.
A N'ol > ranlra Town Fnvorocl.
iMHANArous , Nov. 0. Tlio session of the
Woman's Homo Missionary society to-day
was in the interest of the orphan's homo
which It Is proposed to establish. The com
mittee on location will recommend York ,
Nob. , as the best place. Tbo citizens thorp
have raised $2,000 in aid of It nnd hnvo
pledged an equal sum. Dr. Alexander , of
Postvillo , Neb. , npokn , offering tils farm ns a
slto to the homo. Several conferences
pledged various sums in uld of the enter
prise , for the privilege of naming a room in
the building.
Crnzcd Hy the nalvition Army.
CHUTE , Nob. , Nov. 5. [ Special Telegram
to Tin : BKB.J For some time the Salvation
army has held religious meetings hero arid
made several converts , amongst others Alit-o
Blake , a young lady of this city. For the
lust fa w days this girl has shown symptoms
of Insanity. 'Ibis morning she was brought
before the board of commissioners und duly
declared Insane and taken to the asylu m at
Lincoln. Thnro is qulto an oxcit omont
amongst our people over this casa and no
doubt the Salvation army will bo asked to
move on.
Thn Now Mc.xluo JUlz/.nrd.
SANTA Ve , N. M. . Nov. 5.-Onu ot the
severest snow and windstorms in the history
of Now Mexico prevailed for the past three
days , and reports are coming In of great
dauiago to live utock on the northern ranees.
A number of cowboys und sheep borders
have been lost , and , it Is feared , hnvo
pprlslioil. All trains uro from 11 vo to twelve
hours lute pnd snowplows are kept In con
stant operation on the Hatoa and Glorlutta
mountains.
At L > as Vegas eighteen inches of snow
covers tUo ground ; ut Hocoro and Albu-
qucrquo eight inches , which is u most un
usual occurrence for that locality of the lilo
G run tie valley.
unU lown 1'ntonta
WASHINGTON , Nov. 5. [ Special Tulegram
to TUB BiiB.l-rPatonts allowed Nobrokuns
Goo. M. Douirlau , Benedict , Nob. , lock ; F.
B. Htbburd , Irvlagton , Nob. , horsu collar ;
Chftrlei Petit , rmlgnor of otio-linlf to C. S.
Potlc. Lincoln , Neb. , spooling attachment ,
Patent * granted lownns Samuel Albright ,
Geese Lnko , In. ( castor for etrnln hinder ;
William P. Bettondorf. Davenport , la. ,
metallic wheel * John A. Cnrmichnol , Prim-
par , In. , linino tug : Charles C , Olurit ,
Burlington , la. , typo writing ninchlnoChnrlns ; ,
P. Elliott , West Uborly , la. , fastening for
steve pipes ; William li. Ocorpo nnd J.
A , Mculnnos * . Jim-low , In. . end
gate fastening ; Joseph O. Goodrich , Grtnnell ,
Iowa , tank hoator. Abraham Gustlln ,
Boone , In. , churn : Jonas P. McDowell ,
Footo , la , , draft equalizer ; Awlrow Storen ,
Maaon City , la. , band cutter ; Georjro W.
Winters , Knoxvlllc , In. , washing machine.
TUG OUON1N TiUAIj.
ItulffR .McCoiiticll Adloiirns Court. I 'or
ttm ICIrotlnn.
CutOAOo , Nov.B. "I will stnlo"snld Jutlgo
McConnell , nt the opening of the Cronln
trial this morning , "that thpro Is n possibility
ot soinu question being raised ns to the
right of the court to take evidence on this
legal holiday , bccniuo of tbo fact that this Is
n holiday provided for In the olcoi ion laws.
I tun inclined to think that It Is best that wo
do not hold court , therefore wo will adjourn
until 10 o'clor.k
to-morrow morning.
State's Attorney Longoneckor snld to a
reporter to-day that ho oxpciitcd to get In all
the direct ovldcnco for the state this week.
As to the length of tmw required by the ilo-
fonso ho outild not suv , but expressed the be
lief that not moro than three weeks moro
would bo required to get the case to the jury.
Attorney Forest , of the defense , however ,
hold n contrary view. Ho couldn't see how
the stuto could finish this week nnd said the
defense will roqulro nt least three week * .
His belief was that the case would not got to
the Jury for six wooks.
D13NOUNOIM ! I'AUNKIjtilSM.
A Conspiracy tn Den troy
mui Itiiplurc the Union.
LONDON , 'Nov. C. Sir Henry Jnmcs con
tlnucd his speech for the 'limes baforo the
Parnoll commission to-day. Ho declared
Pnrnclllsin wus n conspiracy to destroy land
lordism and rupture the union between
Great Britain and Ireland. Pnrnell'slast ' visit
to Amorlca.SIr Henry said. wet ostensibly to
collect monov for the rollaf of dlslrcssiii
Ireland , but really to procure funds to sup
port the treasonable aims of the league.
I'll rn ell had appealed fnr assistance to uicn
wijo wcro well known us plotters ugniusttho
British government.
Sir Henry said Parnell was the ready re
cipient of conspirators' money. Ho recalled
the inculentof Purnell receiving * 25 from n
contributor nccomuanjcd bv-tho remark that
S3 was lor bread nnd S2J for lead. The
Land league , ho declared , owed its vitillty to
rish-Amcrican treason funds.
OUT TS L1PI3 HIjOOD.
Ton JI HloiiH ol1 the Wntpr Liot Out of
Opi'son TraiiR-Contlnontnl.
PORTLAND , Ore. , Nov. ti. At n special
meeting of the stockholders of the Oregon
Trans-Continental this afternoon resolutions
wcro passed unanimously authorizing u re
duction of 510,000,000 hi the capital Ktoclr , reducing -
ducing it to 830,000,000 ; also authorizing the
takingof steps necessary for the dissolution
of tlio company , with instructions to the
board to pay the obligations of the company ,
sell all property and after Bottling the busi
ness 'to divldo the icmaindor among lha
stockholders. The next unuuul mooting will
bo hold in June , when a proper moda of llnal
settlement will bo dctlncd , The meeting was
harmonious througtiout.
A AVKJ3O1C \VVOMI.NO. .
Several Hnntlrotl shopp Hunted in n
Union I'ncillo Collision.
CHEYENNE , Wyo. , Nov. 5. [ Special Tele
gram to 'Inn Bnc.l A costly wreck occurred
on tlio Union 1'acilic tills morning at Grauito
Canon. The second section of an cast
bound frcicbt got beyond control of the
crow whil3 descending a heavy grade and
ran into the rear end of thu first section.
The lirst section was loaded with sheep.
Several hundred of the animals wcro killed
outright or were burned in the wreckage ,
' which immediately took flro after the col
lision. Millurd M. Brown , n sheep herder ,
wus seriously injured , but will recover. Thn
trainmen saved themselves by Jumping from
the runaway tram.
A Virginia Sample.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 5. General Mahono
to-day sent the following telegram to the
Washington Post : "The Kov. H. W. Dick-
crson , a colored minister who has lately
been denied the right to pi each at the col
ored lunatic asylum , bccuuso ho chooses
to bo a republican and to support the repub
lican ticket , wont this morning to his polling
pl > ce ut 7 o'clock to voto. Ho was
utmblo to cet hU ballot in until
12:10 , ' It taking Just five hours and ten
minutes for him to get his ballot
into the hands of the judges. This is the
same precinct , the Sixth ward of Petersburg ,
in which at the late presidential election , by
-purposely dilatory process of the elec
tion Judges , and they are the same now , two
hundred and odd votes wcro shut out. This
fraud upon the voters of that precinct is still
going on , there beine over wo hundred voters
now (3 ( p. in. ) utthopolls , manyof whom have
been there since 7 o'clock. "
1'nn-AiiH'rlc'nnH "Wutchinii Elections.
CINCINNATI , O. , Nov. 5. The nil-Americas
party visited several manufactories , after
which , in details of' four each , they visited
tno polling places to witness the process of
the election.
The scones at the polls were extremely
quiet all day , nnd the visitors displayed sur
prise at the orderly character of the proceed
ings. After dinner the party visifd the
headquarters of tno board of elections und
witnessed tbo reception of thu returns. They
were given an Informal reception nnd Into
to-night Blurted for Pittsuurg.
Hevero Morm in Trxns.
GALvabTON , Tex. , Nov. 0 A sovcro gale
raged hero lust night and to-day , and n num
ber of vessels were wrecked in the harbor.
The steamer Lampassas is overdue und has
not yet boon sighted. Telegraph nnd rail
way trafllc has bcqn seriously impeded. A
number of streets uro Hooded with water
and business Is ut a standstill. Tim storm is
abating this evening' . It is the most severe
storm since thu gulo of 1SS5.
Anollii'r Ills llonl.
CHICAGO , Nov. C. A special from Sioux
City , la. , suys Donald McLnan , general man
ager ot the Pacific short line , now under
construction from Sioux City to Ogden , as
serts an alllancd is In project between the
Pennsylvania , Milwaukee & St. Paul , tlio
Pacific short line and the Central Pacific
roads for a now transcontinental line bu-
twoon Now York and Sun Francisco. This
line would rcduco the distance between Nciv
Yorkund'Suu Francisco py 230 miles.
Fnriutllv Opciifil Iiy Klnotrlulrv ,
WASIIINOION , Nov. ft. The president
formally opened thu Southern exposition at
Montgomery. Ala. , to-day by touching the
key of n telegraph Instrument ut tlio whlto
house connected witti 'lie exposition build
ing. The president und members of the
cabinet , who were assembled around tno
Instrument , sent congratulations to the pres
ident of tlio exposition.
Itll//nril In Now Mc.vl ( ! < > .
AwiUQUEiiQUi ! , N. M. , Noy. 5 , A regular
bli/zard Is prevailing In this vicinity , The
Sandm mountains uro .covered with snow
and heavy u storm prevails in the valley. A
destructive sauil ntorin has raged for forty-
eight hours and the damage to tiousos will
reach thousands of dollars. Tno storm ex-
tondd 200 miles south , uud all trains are du-
luycd.
_ _
Five Hundred Thousand ( Nin loner .
WASHINGTON , Nov. 5 , Third Auditor
Hurt , iu his annual report , sjys the number
of pensioners on the rolls July 1 , 18SU , wus
400,000 and that thflro will probably bo
added 35,000 moro by June , 31) ) . Ib'JO , thus
giving for oxatnlnntion 3,100,000 vouchers
and requiring for their payment at Icust
JIOO.OW.OOO . , _
Ciuhnmn'f. Menthe inlmior cures c.tatrh ,
headache , ncurulgia , asthma , llav lover.
Trial free nt your druggist , Prloo 60 ccnta.
A itiaa
Tlio Avnrluo of n Ijiuul A ont Crutsrm
a llonvy Ijim.
ST. PAWI , , Minn. , Nov. C. [ Special Tolo-
cram to TIIK BUR , ] Probably the most ro-
tnnrkablo milt ever brought In Minnesota Is
that Illod to-day In the United States circuit
. court , by Goorga M. Lyon nirnlnsl Albert N ,
Sclp to recover $123,000 allowed to hnvo boon
lost by Lynn because ot Solo's failure In his
duties ns agent.
The fncts , ns not up In the plnndlngs , arc In
substnnco ns follows : In December last Mr.
Lyon , having great faith In the future of Dtl-
lutli , instructed his ngont. Mr. Solp , to purchase -
chase lands , In nil ninoitntfni ; to twenty-llvo
acres , which was offered by the owners nttho
pneo of MOO per aero. Mr. Sclp failed to
close with this offer nnd the land was sold
soon nftor to other persons. In March fol-
lowuitr this property was again sold , bring.
Ing 1 000 per nero ,
The alleged reason for Solp'A failure to so-
.euro the property is that ho could not secure
n commission from the von.lor for ueirotlnt-
Ittg the sale nnd purchase , nnd therefore nl-
lowcd- the property to bo sold to persons
ether tluiu his principal. Mr. Lyon sito.s to
recover the difference between the prlco nt
which ho Instructed his ncont to imrehnso
nnd that for which It was sold for in March ,
which amounts to $123,000.
THK Hl'liTill lUNG.
Nnslivlllu KnccR.
NA8itvii.tc , Nov. C Summary of to-day's
races.
Two-year-olds , four and ono half furlongs
Hntiplnoss won , Zufulc second , Vashtl.thlrd.
Timu-53.
Tlireo-yoar-olds ana upwards , seven iiml a
half furlongs Amos A won , Uuuklcr second ,
Balance third , 'limn 1:30. :
Frco handicap for thrco-ycar-okh und up
wards , miloand ono-sixtoenth Prlnco For-
tunatus won , Manila Hardy second , Curiix
third. Tituolr : > 0 %
Frco hundic.ip lor live
two-year-olds , fur
longs Basil Dulco won. Lizzlo C second ,
Lnngtress third. Tiuio 1:01 : .
'Ihreo-ycar-olds nnd upwards , six und ono-
half furlongs Dudley Oaks won , Bay Blue
scconfl , Itopardlcss third. Time 1:25.
Kllr.uttutli
ii , N. J. , Nov. G. Summary of
to-day's races :
Ono Mlle Bad co won. Lnvina Belle sec
ond. Mnrtln Kussoll third. Time 1B3. :
Six furlongs Fordhum won , Bradford
second. Tipstaff third. Time 1 :21M' : .
Six furlongs Tulln Blackburn won. Civil
Service second , Hobesplorro third. Tlmo
Mlle and ono-sixtoonth King Crao won ,
Castaway second , Theodoslus third. Mima
Mlle nnd ono-sixtcciith Heyday won ,
Stephanie second , Barrister third. Tlmo
.
Six furloncs Glcndnlo won , Bohemian
second , Arab third. Tiinf 1:22.
ANAKOH1ST AN.MVliKSAUY.
'llic St. IjonU Ilonil ) Throwers Itrnnth-
ini ; Klro and Itrlnistono.
Sr. LOUIS , Nov. 5. On Saturday nnd Sun
day evenings the anarchists of this city will
hold mcetinca to commemorate the death of
their brother anarchists in Chicago on No-
vc-mber'll , 1837.
The revolutionary sentiment apparently Is
very strong , Judging from the circular re
cently issued. It Is ono of tlio most ven
omous und radical over published , uud has
been distributed all over the country. It
speaks of "bnrb.irous laws , " 1111 "assassin
band of 200 policemen against whoso attuclc
n bomb wna hurled In legitimate self-do-
fenso , " etc.
It declurcs that a during deed would hnvo
frustrated tbo hanging.Instead of the
working people passing resolutions how
different it might have been witli those who
imrtleip.ilcd in this demonstration if they
had made a bold stand nt ttio urgency ot
the situation demanded , "
The circular culls on the anarchists , social
ists , trades unions , Knights of Labor , turn
ers , fiuolhinkers nnd citizens , to sulzo the
opportunity on November 11 , to divldo the
good and evil into two camps and rallyuu-
der the standard of the social revolution ,
No MIIII'H
Niomtviu , Nob. , Nov. 5. ( Special Tele
gram to THU But : . | The settlers who have
been waiting on the borders of the Nebraska
strip of the Sioux reservation since last
spring , nro now going quietly ovijr nnd tak
ing possession. The proclamation of the
president , declaring the two Dakotas ns
states leaves this strip "No Man's Land. "
and out of the jurisdiction of cither Ncoraska
or South Dukntn. The sctiemo to leave this
beautiful land with the Indiana has caused
much jealousy , and the opinion prevails that ,
the president should open it by proclamation.
Two Nebraska Oily Insane Cases.
NuniiASKA CITY , Nob. , Nov. 6. ( Special
Telegram to TUB BEB ] Thomas Burke , a
olnckmtiith and a stranger in thu city , was
found to he insane and lUngerous and wus
locked up.
Leo Dill , the well connected young man
who was driven inaano by liquor , is also very
dangerous nnd made u murderous assault on
John White , his guard , the other night. AH
the asylums are crowded , the two cases will
bo kept iu the county juil.
Tlio nioili'i-n 'U'oiiiliiiiiii Trnulilo ,
CHICAGO , Nov. 5. D. P. McICiiuno , head
physician of the onlcr.of thu Modern Wood
men of Amcrira , who was recently deposed
from that position , unjustly as ho claims ,
yesterday through his attorneys made ap
plication to Judge Crabtrco , at Morrison , III , ,
for an injunction restraining tbo odlcern who
assumed authority to remove him and thu
umu chosen as his sueeushor from exercising
thu duties of Ins ofllco , Thu doctor this
morning received n telegram from Morrison
stating that the injunction had been granted.
Uuiullv ( .olliory Kxploshm.
LONHON , Nov. 5. The explosion of t'as in
a colliery nt llcrnbug , Germany , to-day
killed ten men and seriously wounded muny
ol hers.
Rheumatism ,
BKING duo to the presence of nrlo
ncid iu the blood , In must c'lli'ctimlly
cured by the use of Ayer'a Sursnpn *
rlllii. Ho sure you get -Aycr'x and no
other , nnd take it till the poisonous
acid is thoroughly expelled horn I ho
system , Wo cballengu attention to 'this
testimony :
"About two yrnrs ago , affor suffering
for nearly two yrarit fiotn rhninmtthi
gout , being ahl < > to walk only with great
discomfort , und having tried vnrioun
remedies , including inlneinl waters ,
without relief , I saw by nn advertise
ment in a Chicago paper thut a man had
been relieved of this dlntiesHliiK com-
jilulnt , after Ion/ . ' Buffeting , by taking
Ayer'a Snrsnpiirilln. 1 then decided to
inako a trial of this iiiecUcino , and toolc
it regularly for eight months , and nm
pleased to Htuto that it has offncteil a
complete cure. I huvu nlnco had no ra-
tuni of thn iliHciisn. " Mm. H. Irving
Dodge , 110 West llMth t. , Now Vork.
"Ono year ngo I was tahmi 111 with
inflammatory rhcnmntlsm , being con-
Jlnrd to my lioiiso nix months. I rniiio
out of thn fllcknoss very much debili
tated , with no uppetltc , and inyny tom
disordered Iu nvory n v. I rornmonrwl
iiRlnir Aycr's Snrsaparilla anil began to
Improve ) at once , KolnliiK In Htrength
anil HOOII recovering my nmml lieiillli ,
I cannot H y too much In pnilso of this
well-known iiieillclno. " Mra , L. A.
Stark , Kuslnia , N. H.
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