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V OMAHA DAILY BEE.
TWENTIETH YEAE. OMAHA , THURSDAY MOKNIN , NOVEMBER 0 , 1800. NUMBBJK 1-11 ,
CAUGHT IN A BLIZZARD
A Very Oolil Wave Seem ? to Have Hit
Nebraska Eopubl leans.
RICHARDS OUT IN THE TEMPEST.
Council Stuck Out of Sight in a Deep
AN AVALANCHE STRIKES HARUN.
Dorsey Probably Lost on the Prairies
of the Big Third.
KEM BASKING IN THE SUNSHINE.
Ilnyd , Ilryttti and MeKnlghnn in a
Safe Shelter , Hut Poor Mr. Thump-
BOH Vnlnly Knocking for
Hcturns from flfty-two counties , which are
herewith presented. Indicate the election of
.mines B. Doyd by from .1,000 to r > ,000 ma
jority over Hlehards nnd I'owcn. Tlieso re
turns Include tin estlmnto of Douglas county ,
three preemcts of which are still out. The
vote for Powers is liable to bo very nearly
that of Air. Hlehards. The counties from
which only partial returns have been re
ceived are loft blank excent in the eases
where ono or two precincts uro missing.
These are marked with stars.
Counties. tmK Hoyd. urs.
Adams JOT te 1XW
Antelope CT9 : it ! KJS
llnono SOD ISO lllio
llox Untie 415 1W ! 75
iiuiTaio ira GOO : "x > o
lliltlor 10)7 ) 1313 7K ! )
Cuss 1(100 ( ildO KiO
CVdar 4M 5. " > 7 411
' ( 'liuso Kit 74 10"
I ( 'licyuiinu
Churry 4X ) 2 : < 2 SJ'J
Uiistcr IXA ti : nsn :
Dakota 401 781) ) 73
Duwsnn 7111 311 1183
I > I\OH fiSOV > . . . .
DodRii IGil "KIT 5IU
DoitKlas OIKS ijsa . . . .
ruinas $0 JSli IWW
( JnK' >
( llirfMd IKi 27 ! X 2
( limit HO A7 411
( Jiccley 140 107 TIB
Hall 1HIU l.VIT 1LM2
Hamilton ! ( U l 1411
llarluti 45U TOO 6'JO '
* Hoit\ , i-.r moI IKCJDMiiSf
llowiirtl 515 550 Ul , >
JelTor-on , 1018 8i.i ! 7UO
Ki'immy 783 381 Ml
Kliuball tr lil 5
Knox W < 4Ki CTO
V I.iinenster 4707 f. < M SMU
\ l.lneoln 3a8 ! ! M 44l !
1 I.OUP 119 O''l 170
fc , , KoniiUia 1U74 ll'U 10J9
( i NueUolls
Oleo I'iXl ONIU Jltf !
1'aHneo U'C9 OT 4GO
I Pldiei' SMI 4l.'i ! 1)72 )
Phelps 401 1X1 l.W ,
J'liitte 4C 1.V.7 iCO :
j'oik ; icj IDG to- :
Itlelinrdbni 1458 1115 100' . '
Harpy 407 OT > U III !
Kiinnders 1C-J7 1845 iMU'l
Heotts lllllir 109 40 111
Su\vaid JWJ 1459 1000
Fhurinan S03 2.VI 740
Sioux 140 Ii.7 B7
Plant on : ? a K'U ' ICO
Thnycr 1077 10G1 484
Thomas. . . ,
TlmrxUm 4U ivJ7 02
Washington 7'.H ' l''i : 704
AVuyno 4)0 ) MO 1W1
York 1C01 75U KI78
Totals 17331 55308 4J20
Sti I..lXI > ? il < IItK.
Dry an ilurles Him Under Four
In the First district congressional race
llrynn , democrat , is elected over Connell by
4,000 uuijority. Tlio exact vote cannot bo
given , as sovcral counties in the district have
not reported. _
Iloiv the Counties Kollcd up Mnjor.
Iticn Against llarlan.
In the Second district AV. A. McICeighan ,
nlllance-deinocrat , Is elected over llnrlnn , ro-
publlcan. Uelow are given the figures so
far as received :
Counties. Hnrlan. McK'elglmn.
Dimdy . .
Frontier . . .
J'liruas . 0,2 iiss
Hamilton , 1078 iiii
Jefferson 10J8 isii
J'olk 4W1 ioi )
Tliaycr 11W n n
Total insi ITIC-'T
IT LOOKS LIKE 11(131.
Uoracy null Thompson nun Uelilnt
thu Alliiineo "Man ,
In the Third "district reports so fur recelvei
ehow Kcin several lengths ahead In the race
but it Is uncertain yet ns to which of the
thrco rnndldates hni been elected , Doreoy
BOW being second nnd Thompson third. The
following U the ivsult by counties so far as
Homey , son. Ivt'in
Antelope . tu ? 215 1,315
Jloono . TIM i.V ) .
llox llntto . XI ) < IX1 10
Cedur , , . . . . i . 4fc3 ( to no
Cherry MSITO 274
' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' '
i nsler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U'.ii ' -4M sIc-JO
Dakota 444 711 81
Dawcs . . . . . . . .
Dnwon 817 . ' & ; 1,1-11
DnilCl . . . .
DlMin 44t o443 4.V ,
' ' " ' " ' ' ' ' ' " ' '
iiindd' . . . . ! ! . . ! . ! . ! ! ! 'ito : > ITJJ
( Irani Ki M fit
( li-ioloy 124 l.Vi Ml
Hull Vfl l.tttO 1.WV )
Molt i 3 4IB J.MI :
Howard . . . .
Hooker . . . .
ICoya 1'nliii . . . . . . . .
ictmimit i : ia : i
Knov ; oi xfl 74:1 :
Lincoln ' 417 Ufil 45J (
l.o iui . . . .
l.onp 1-0 " 1 ICa
.Maill.son . . . .
.Mcl'lii'rson . . . .
I'erkliis . ' I . . . .
I'lcico lll'l 4ITI .114
I'latlo 410 ljli : ( 1.4.V )
Si-oiis niuir io : : w as
Shornian TO 17J ft4 :
, loiiv W 110 104
Stanton . . . . - - -
Thiiiston 4'7 5KI5 3'J
Vulicy . . . . . . . .
' . ' Mil
Washington 702 l.'M
Wnyne.7 443 5(14 ( 5.1W
Totals WJ631 1'.704 10,008
V011TV THOVS.tXU AU.IIX9T ,
I'hnt Is the AVay Prohibition IH Snowed
Hcttirns on the prohibitory amendment nro
oiling up an overwhelming majority against
inhibition. The returns presented below ,
lart of which are official and part estimated ,
Ircady give u majority njjainst of : U,000 , and
t ii almost ccrtnin that the majority will
each 10,000. This Is on the direct vote as
ust for nnd against prohibition. Several
bousnnd voters failed to vote either way , and
ueh votes also count against tbo proltlbit-
iry amendment :
Ailaius . - " - ' " >
\ntelnpe . 153
( none . 200 . . . .
lox llntto . 75
Iroun . 75 . . . .
lltitlcr . C47
tint . " 00 . . . .
UHS . 1M)0 )
. ' ( til ; ir . i'sl
'liao . 100
'lu'ycnno . ' 50
'lnTiy . uOJ
; liiy. . . . . fflO . . . .
' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
'iisti-r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! KO ! ! !
) ukcita . 410
[ > a\\cs . 300
: tlxon . . " .n . 150 . . . .
lausdii . 8 } . . . .
) iil c . MO
lounlaa . 81000
In inly . CO . . . .
" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' '
'Illiiiiiro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'ido
'iirnas . r > 0
isi e . 400
iD.spcr . "Oo
" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " " ' ' " ' " ' " ' ' ' ' '
i roely I . . . . . . . , , . . . . . . . . ! . . . ! . ii.'I 806
lliiinlltnii . COO . . . .
larhui . 270 . . . .
lltrhcoclc . stand OIT
loll . 400
luircrson . 2S5
loh.i ou . . .
Kimball . . . 21
: Ccyi : t'ulia i 50
'Knot ' 400
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' * ' ' ' * ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' '
blncoln' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! ! . . , . . 700
l.oup > 2 . . .
Nomiihu 2 . . . .
I'liwnco 7V1 . . . .
IMiolps 1072 . . . .
KIM ! Willow
[ Miardson 70S
" ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' * "
Sliermau. ! . ! ! ! . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "JOS
Sl < mx JOO
Washington 1.r > -
York * 444
CVI.V.IjD.1 I.V/ > K.VW/.1.VO.
A Mcctlnj ; to Consider Methods ot
Closet * Federation.
1K3J bn Jiiinff ( loitlon 7/fiiii' .l
Nov. n. [ New York Herald
Cable Special to Tun HER.-The Imperial
federation league , which aims at u close alli
ance of the colonies with the mother country ,
hold a meeting in this city today. The object
of the gathering was to consider how Canada
could bo moro closely federated to ICngland.
Hecent utterances of prominent Canadians
on the McICinlcy tariff bill was tbo reason foi
culling the meeting.
Sir John Lubback and Sir Robert Fowler
opened proceedings with speeches In which
" .the wise nnd patriotic utterances of
Canadian statesmen'1 on the subject
were loudly praised. Sir John had
a preliminary fling at the Unltec
States. Ono of their orators , ho said , hud
described the boundaries of the states ns
being the aurora , borcalls on the north , the
polo on the south , the rising sun on the cast
and the setting sun on the west , but the
British empire , which ho thought was only
yet In Its Infancy , regarded Canada as ono of
tts tlncst colonies.
Sir Uobert Fowler apologized for
the absence of the lord mayor ,
whoso appropriate excuse was that ho
was entertaining a party of distinguished
Americans , whoso names , however , were uo'
General Lawrle , n member of the Canadian
parliament , next addressed the leaguers. Ills
speech caused much ustqalshmout to the
meeting , as It was not quite in the
strain they anticipated. Ho begat
by hoping that his * hearers ivoult
not think that the McKlnley tariff
was hostile either to England or Canada
Americans had only done what it should be
the object of the Imperial federation league
to do to tr.ulo preferently with their owi
people. I f English statesmen were wise , they
too would see that the only way to build up a
united empire was by united trade methods
They mustn't talk of Canada us a colony
that was a IOIIK term past. Canada was t
country a dominion of itself , and couldn'
bo held in leading strings any longer. It was
an allied state and no longer n dependency.
The murmurs of surprise grow so loud tha
the general turned to the chairman and said
" 1 didn't come hero to say what I though
would bo pleasant to you , but to give you an
Idea of what opinions thcro are In Canada 01
this matter , And ns to imperial federation,1
ho went ou , "thcro nro great ditJlcultioi in
the way. Any proposal of a scheme
must CQUIC from Canada and not from tb
mother countiy ; otherwise , It will bo said
that England Is trying to force matters. "
Hut they must remember that it would bo
Impossible to govern Canada from this side
f the water. Thotinlte.1 trivia method -tho
ewer to deal with England porfcrcntlaily
va ? the real method of federation. "
Lawi le Sat down Miildst murmurs nnd mere
burtesy of npplauso and the meeting carried
resolution urging that communications bo
pencil with people In Canada with a view to
inding out what could tie done. The chair-
iinn of the executive committee said that if
or federation's sake it should bo needful to
acrlllcc free trade principles to a certain ox-
em , the sacrifice was worth making ,
lIt.lXMi AXH TlELKl'TIOXS. .
Jinisiinl Interest Mn nl Tested In tlio
ItvmiltH of the Contest.
[ Covurtalit Mio t > u Jainn ( Jo l-m ntniiM.\ \
LOXDO.V , Nov. 5. [ N'cvv York Herald
able Special to Tun Hun. ] It Is a very
eng time since so much interest was din-
iluyed by England In American elections us
VIM manifested today. Hcports from the
United States ns to the probable closeness of
ho contests served to excite tbo American
olony , whllo the fact that the bal-
ots were really a verdict on the MeKlnloy
)111 sufllced to nrouso extraordinary
uttentlon in northern Industrial centers.
evening editions of the newspapers were
napped up eagerly to llnd out how the light
s progressing. The Herald oftlco Is crowded
vith Americans anxious to learn the latest
uwpccts of their particular party. Early In
ho day a notice placed on the bulletin
> onrd announcing that the democrats had
swept the country created a profound
mpressioti. The Poll Moll Gazette printed a
ilcturo of MclClnloy , while all the others
nibltshed everything to bo got concerning
thoeontost. Thu elections were the ono pre
vailing topic of conversation on the exchanges
n the north of England and the renulso In-
lictcd upon the republican party caused uu-
F.1TASHOT It 1 * .1 H'O.TIM.V.
John Taylor , a Ijlueoln Negro , Now
Ides nt Death's Dour.
, Neb. , Nov. n , [ Special to TUB
Jir : , ] In tilth nnd soualor , auovo the black-
imlth shop at 1420 A street , lies John Taylor ,
i young negro , dying from the effects of a
ilstol shot llreil by a woman.
The shooting affray took place about mid
night in the notorious dive of E. F. Weir ,
lortlm-ost corner of Seventh and N streets.
The block in which this dive is located fairly
eeks with corruption. There nro half a
lo/en houses there and no loss than seventy-
ivo people , whites , negroes nnd children , oc
cupy them , Irrespective of race distinctions.
Taylor had been drinking during
he day , nnd In the evening uq
visited the Wicr dive , where more liquor
was Imbibed despite the fact that it was
election day. Sophie James , a young woman
about twenty-three years old appears to have
joen the solid girl of Taylor. But last night
the two became embroiled In n quarrel and
exchanged uncomplimentary epithets. There
were eight or ten other persons present , and
of them , Nellie Newsum , sided with the
negress. Taylor told her that ho was not
.ulklng to her. She replied iu kind and Tuy-
"or called her an offensive name.
Wlthot saying a word she pulled out a re
volver nnd tired at Taylor , sending a bullet
'nto his groin and Inflicting a fatal wound.
e The revolver was a Smith & Wesson No.53 ! ,
and the bullet went clean through the body.
Taylor was taken soon afterwards to his room
at 1420 A street. Dr. Carter was called and
attended to his injuries , but the wounded
man's condition is precarious ana It is prob
able that ho will dio. Ills assailant Is an
Amazonian negress. about forty years old.
She acknowledges that she did the shooting ,
uid says she did it because ho insulted her.
TboNowsnm woman and Sophie .lames wore
irrcstcd about 11 o'clock this morning , and
about fifteen minutes later Ofliccrs Kiuiioy ,
Jnrnnhan and Adams brought In Nellie
Lcecher. Ella Bnrnes , Mary Jlooro , Beatrice
Smith , William Davis nnd E. F. Weir , who
were locked up as witnesses.
In tlio Supreme Court.
Neb , , Nov. 5. [ Special to TIM :
Bin. : ] The case of George E. Whillock ,
supcrinteiiden of buildings In the city of
Omaha , vs the state ex rel the school district
of Omaha , was filed in tlio supreme court
this morning. The trouble is over Whltlock's
refusing to irrant a building perm.it to erect a
one-story building on Capitol square.
The following causes were continued :
ultman , Taylor & Co. vs Buckmastcr ;
Sprague vs Fuller.
The following cause , were argued and sub
mitted : County of Lancaster vs UushStrick- ;
ler vs Grass ; Farmers it Merchants bank of
Sbclbv vs Duiibler ; Clark vs Stato.
AVhltlock vs State ox rcl. School District of
Omaiia ; cause advanced ou docket so as to be
heard November 18 , Ib'.H ) .
State ex rel. Brown vs MePcak ; ordered on
docket , for the present term.
State ex rol Hates vs Hutchins ; referred
to Jesse L. Hoot to take testimony uud report
facts in thirty days.
Court adjourned to Thursday morning ,
November 0 , 1SOO , when the causes from the
Seventh district will bo culled ,
Tbo Search for Farmer Dolllson.
McCooi , JUXCTIOX , Neb. , Nov. 5 , [ Special
to Tun HKB. ] For the past two days the
water from the dam at Kcil Lion mills has
been drawn off in hopes of 11 minig the body
of Tom Dolllsou of Exeter , the farmer who
lately disappeared. Dolllson is now sun-
posed to.have been murdered for money ho
was generally credited with having ou hand
at his homo , nnd Is supposed to have been cur
ried by his murderers to Hcd Lion dam and
his body thcro weighted and sunk. Fresli
tracks of both men and horses were found
along the bank near n small boat. In this
boat largo spots nnd clots of human blood
were found. Within the next ten hours the
water will be drawn oft.
A Soldier Killed.
FOIIT KOIIINSOX , Nov. S. About .In , rn , this
morning a shooting scape occurred at o saloon
Just out of the west line of the reserve re
sulting in tha death of Private Hufus Tate ol
troop E , Ninth cavalry. Tate was pounding
Julia Heaves , ono of the boarders , threaten
ing to kill her with a knife , when she screamcc
for Coker ono of the proprietors to
save her , which ho tried to do , when he was
assaulted by Tate with the knlfo and ho took
refuge behind the bar , nnd with a guu llrod
ono shot over Tato's head to frighten him.
Tate persisted and jumped on the bar ,
when Colter shot nnd killed him. Cokor
caino hero and surrendered himself to the
A Wreck nt York.
Noitroi.K , Nov. 5 , [ Special to TIIG BEE/
Yesterday morning the Omaha passengoi
train on the Fremont , Elkhoru & Missour
Valley , in backing out of the yards in this
city , ran Into u Kansas City & Omalu
freight train that was .switching on the
crossing. Several cars were derailed , sucl
was the speed of the passenger , and the
latter train received a bad smash on the rear
end of its coaches ,
A Mttlo Wrejk.
IJr.xKEi.MAN , Nob. . Nov , 5. [ Special Tele
gram to Tins nee. ] As the eastbound flye
was coming in this morning a broken Journa
derailed the smoking car ono mile cast o
town , throwing the car crosswise on the
track and making a slight wreck , No ono
was Injured and the tractt was cleared by 8
Flornnoti Iicaoh Arrested.
I-'KEMOXT , Neb. , Nov. 5. [ Special Telo
grain to TILE BEK.J Florcuco Leach , the
oung lady who shot mid slightly wounded
icr lover , William Pnttirton , last evening in
David's drug store , was arrested this after-
icon for shooting with Intent to kill , She Is
tow in Jnll ami will Imvo preliminary ex
amination tomorrow. > Mnuy regard the girl
ns deranged ,
Poisoned hy M Intake.
YOIIK , Neb. , Nov. 5.-Special | Telegram to
I'm : I3fit.i : Jiuues Armstrong , n blacksmith
of this city , died yesterday from the effects
of poison taken by mistake. Instead of mor-
ihtno bo took rat poison ,
County Seat Election.
HcMiN'OFoim , Nob. , Nov. . " . [ RtiecInlTelo-
gram toTiinllr.n. ] Heralngford 1ms in votes
nnjority for county scat of llox llutto
county over Alliance.
THK A.LTVS IX ir.4K I'.IIXT.
riiero Will Me Hloo.l on the Moon If
Itatcs Are Not llcNtornu.
Citiciao , Nov. 5. [ Special Telegram to
-Tnr. Bni : . ] The Alton hud Its war paint on
today. At the meeting of the Western Pas
senger association It announced that nt least
three roads had totally disregarded the
agreement to maintain rates after November
. , and that Kansas City scalpers had several
months' ' stock of unlimited tickets via three
roads. The Alton gave the association Jnst
.hrco hours to clear utvtho Kansas City mar-
ccts , failing In which it would reduce Its
tariff rates to the .figures quoted by the
scalpers. Other Important matters were
postponed until tomorrow.
Will Shrink I.oimt Kates.
Cmctdo , Nov. 5. [ Special Telegram to
I'm : Hr.E. ] The Itock Island , Burlington and
St. Paul roads propose to protect their
.hrough rates to points on the Union Pacific
by shrinking locals to the Missouri river
until the combined locals nro as low ns
: hroiiKh rates by the Nprthwestorn. Should
ihe Northwestern make a further reduction
: his may force a general light on Missouri
R i-l'ii ml cd the Miiney.
DCS MOINT.S , la. , Nov. fi. [ Special to
THE DEI : . ] About two months ago J. M.
Joseph of Creston sent a complaint to the
railway commission against the American
express company on account of an excessive
charge for shipping a pig from AVaukon to
reston , the charge beinp 5 , nearly the
value of the pig. The complaint was moro
.iiterostlng because Mr. Joseph was a candi
date for railway commissioner on Iho union
.abor ticket , and as In It ho
expressed In most unmeasured terms
his abhorrence of corporations , es
pecially express companies , accusing
them of extortion and fraudulent practices.
It was also important because it was the first
over made to the commission sitico the now
law to establish rates was -made , and the first
against an express company , over which the
commission is supposed to have control as
well as over railways. Hut Mr. Joseph was
too busy trying to obtain votes to push the
matter and make n test case , and now tbo
axprcss comes forth and announces that it
lias refunded to Mr , Joseph the excessive
charges and acknowledges It was too much ,
saying the mistake was occasioned by the
LarilT department of tlio company overlooking
the excessive ruto between the points named ,
which w.is made sovcral years ago , when the
railway facilities were not so direct as at
present. _ _
Thrco Wore .Itilloil
x' , Pa. , Nov. } i.--A- wreck occurred
on the New York , Ontario & Western rail
road tonight between Cnpbcmdalo and May-
Held. The engine , ' whllo trying to make n
swltchticrashcd into a ptsfranger-traln" going
in the opposite direction at full speed. The
2nglneers and flremin escaped by jumping ,
but \voro slightly injured. ( Jbarle.s Finiiehan.
a man named Burke and another whoso name
could not. bo learned , were all the passengers
who were killed. Several other passengers
Austria and the Czarevitch.
Vin.s'Ni , Nov. 5. [ Special Cablegram to
Tnr. BIE. ] The Frcmdenblatt says that the
visltof the cznrowltch to Vienna symbolizes
tlio friendly relations existing between Aus
trla and Russia , The cjarevitch , the paper
says , will find the friendliest feeling here ,
and it opresses the confidence that Austria's
ay peaceful programme will be fully
appreciated ut St. Petersburg.
Von Caprlvi ut Mini lull.
Nov. o , [ Special Cablegram to
Tin : Bui : . ] Chancellor von Caprlvi arrived
hero this morning. HoMvas received at the
railway station by Duron Crallshelm , Bava
rian prime minister , who conducted him to
tbo Prussian legation. Prince Regent Luit-
pold subsequently received tbo German
chancellor and presented to him tbo order of
St , Hubert.
The Northern Cheyenne
CiinvEXXE Aoixcr , Tongue Hlver , Mont. ,
Nov. 5. General Miles mid other members
of the northern Chcyonno commission ar
rived yesterday. In the conference General
Miles' influence over the Indians seems very
strong. It is conlldpntly believed that they
will submit to the reooinniemlatlon of the
commission. The members leave tomorrow
for Crow agency.
At New York The Teutonic , from Liver
pool : the State of Nobrrtska , from Glasgow ;
the Wyoming and City of Now York , from
At Southampton The Lahn , from New
York , for Bremen , t >
Passed the Lizard The Sueyla , for Ham
burg from Now York. -
Murder and Attempted Ijynohing.
IXDIU-KKDEXCI : , KosM Nov.1 Great ex
citement prevails in Libertv over the shootIng -
Ing yesterday nftcrnoouof Constable John
son , by William Summers , who was intoxi
cated and boisterous at the pools. Johnson is
dead. Immediately afWr the shooting the
excited people tried to lynch Summers but ho
escaped to the city. '
The Cold Wave Sign nl
Tlio following dispatch jvas sent out by the
signal scrylco doportinent'last night :
WASUIXGTOX , Nov. tf--r-10:30 : p. in , To Ob
server , Omaha : Holsi cold wave signal.
Temperature will fall tq about 'JO degrees by
Friday morning. v *
Don't Ijlkorrotoctlon | ,
PA KIP , Nov , fi. Four liundrod delegates
from the manufacturing centers of France
met today to consider tto governments tariff
proposals , Resolutions were adopted protest
ing against the protection policy and the tax
ation of raw materials. \
A Fatal Hallway Collision.
Owr.N SOUND , Ont.Nov. 5. A collision oo-
curcd on the Candlan Pacillo railway this
morning near hero liotvtfecn the morning mall
from Toronto uud u wild engine. The en
gineer of the train nnd two others were
Mine. I'nttl III ,
LONDONNov. . 5.t-Mmo. Patti ls confined
to her bed In Leicester , suffering from the
effects of a chill contracted nt the concert in
London Monday. A prominent spcclnllsthas
T , o Frcnoli Tnrlfr.
PAUIP , Nov. 5. .The custom * committee of
the chamlcr has concluded the general dcbato
on the new tudd bill , Thu committee by a
vote of 31 to 5 has udoptod the p'riiiclplo of u
Holliiid'N Queen Will Kclgn.
Tun Ihiiin , Nov , 5. It Is ax peeled that
thu queen will take the oath us regtut on the
The Vote of Omaha antl Douglas County
SEVERAL DIVISIONS TO HEAR FROM ,
Prohibition Snowed Under by at Least
20,000 , Votes ,
BOYD AND BRYAN CARRY THE CITY ,
The Legislative Tickets "Will Qa Largely
MR. CONNELL LEADS HIS TICKET ,
Vnn Camp niul llmmc Klcctcd Count )
CommlHHloncrH Mahoney Defeat a
Crow by About 'IOOO Jta-
jorlty The Kcturiis.
At 10 o'clock last nisht the vote of ullbut
three , of the precincts in Omahu and Union
precinct hi Douplas county had been can
vassed. The remaining precincts may not bo
counted before U o'clock this morning. These
returns foot up as follows :
Against . 22,02 !
For . ; . 1 , : 11
Richnrds . 0J72 :
Boyd . ir.KW
( 'onuell . 7 , 55
Bryan . 11,151
Majors . I.S4S
Baer . Ila23
SCCHBTAIIY OP STATE.
Allen . < V > 00
Snragtio . 11'JOI
Hill . 4SH
CushiiiB . 10,854
STATI : Aunrroii.
Bouton . 0,828
Wahhiulst . lO.T-Jfi
ATTOHNTl" Or.XKK.U , .
Hustings . 0,803
. 11,099 ,
COMMISblOXEU I'UIII.IC I.AKD3.
Bij-ler . 11-IBO ,
NMiiiXT or runi.io IXSTIIUCTIOX.
Ooudy . (1-190 (
Halccbtraw . 1 1-M4 ,
bTATU SliXATOHS ,
Bcchol . 8,107
Yet . 8,057
Gurloy . " 0,874
Switzlor . I. . . . 9,838 ,
She y Hffiww.'Wtf/t'jfiV..tr 9 , sw
Christophorson . . ' . 0,772
O'liricn 7-lftl ,
Baldwin 0SS ! !
McArdle S120 !
Ford 8-41 ( !
Stemsdorlf ! > ,0-ir >
Fclkcr - . 0,221
Gardner 10W5 , !
nrcnnnn 10,5:15 :
Huso 10tOS :
Hertraiid 10il9l ,
Breen fl.SOS .
COUXTT COMMISSIOXKIt , I'll'III IXSTKICT ,
II. II. Sander 8,237
U. L. Van Camp 9,33ri
COUNTV COMMISSlONr.lt , Tllllin UlnTllICT ,
O. A. Woleott 7t57 !
George Tlinmo 11,510 ,
Mubonoy 10,879 ,
Will Cololirnte I'rohlhltinii'fl Defeat.
Regardless of party , the citizens of Omaha
have commenced nctlvo preparations for the
holding of a grand public- demonstration on
Saturday evening of this week for the pur
pose of celebrating tbo defeat of prohibition
In the city und state ,
During the early evening a monstrous parade -
rado will bo formed , which will march
through the principal streets and to tro Coli
seum or Grand opera house , whore speeches
wlUbo delivered by a number of tbo leading
citizens of this and other cities of the stato.
Pluttsinoutli , Nebraska City und Council
Bluffs will send delegations and buiuU of
music to help swell the crowd and join In the
.4 JtlOl OS ? H.ITE8.
The Way Cleared Tor nn Open Fight
with the Union Pnoitlc.
CIIICAOO , Nov. 5. [ Special Telegram to
TiinBii.J ! The Railway Press bureau says :
The bars are now down and any western
line can practically mnko whatever rates it.
sees lit. The Burlington and St. Paul roads
today applied to Acting Chairman Osgood of
the Western Freight association for permis
sion under the sgi-ccment to moot the rates
made via the Union Paciflo and Northwest
ern. The Northwestern had been Informed
the request would bo made and the disastrous
consequences ivhlch would follow , but
would do nothing to avert thorn. There
was hothlng loft for Acting Chairman Osgood
but to grant the request. The result is that
there is nothing Icttot tlio Western freighter
or trans-Missouri associations but rallying
points which may or may not ho of any use
in checking the demoralization which has
now Just begun.
Sonio Interesting figuring was done today.
The total amount of tranio turned over to
tno Union Pacific during the last year by all
lines was computed under its old divisions
and those It now demands , It would nuke u
yearly difference of $78,000. Yesterday a
Burlington official estimated It at less than
f 100.000. It was also tlgurod that the Union
Pacific would lese fully 11,000,000 , a month by
the boy.cctt of the other roads ,
In Favor of Suffrage Mxlonslon.
BnunsKL * , Nov. C. fSpMinl Cablegram to
TIIK BEK.I The burgomaster of Brussels
lias authorized the holding of a crcat nodal
demonstration on Sunday next in favor of
the extension of suffrage. This stop was
taken by the burgomaster after ho had held
an Interview on the matter with the leaders
of the labor party.
Kooh'H Cnrn fur Consumption ,
B mi i.i.v , Nov. G. ( Special Cablegram to
j Tun Dun.Vhlla ] the } > ro s Is flooded with
' varying statements regarding Prof. Koch's
annuonced cure for consumption tha pro-
I fessor himself remains deaf to all Inquiries.
.According to the d " letali ! < l nooount , the
lymph obtained by a ' ; intloti of the tubular
bii'liliM as cultiv.itoiV ' . Koch , hi conjunc
tion \vlth n Rold orsil - uilution , is Injected
into the subintaueoltnlar \ tissue of the
luviist niul baolr. Koc s ordered IM Incu
bation stove * wittt wit to prosecute his
titi-rii : : < .i\it w.v r. Ki.r.cnoxs.
He 13\prcs fn Oronl SatUrnutlon Over
the ItiMuli ,
N'r.w VOIIK. Nov. o. To an AssoMntod
press repocter who asked for an oxpresslnn
of his views on the remit of yesterday's
elections , ex-1'rosldentCleveland suld today :
" 1 am delighted. I chnllongo the right of any
jiiau in this eouhtry * o rojolci ) moro heartily
than I over the rcjtilts. My gratlllcatlon U
tlmtofnti AmeriL'.in proud of his fellow-
countrymen , who , though led av/ayfora
time by party prejudice and by a blind conll-
denco IneuiiidiiKrtnd selllsh loaders , could
not bo deluded to tlielr ruin. They have
demonstrated that in dealing with them
it H not safe to calculate
that they are stupid or heedless
of the welfare of their country. The neces
sity of tariff reform , with its consequent re
duction In the cost of living and tlio duty of
Undemocratic partv to advocate It , has been
fully demonstrated by tlio nctlon of the tx-o-
plo yesterday. Their decision was deliber
ately inado and U Is ail the moro significant
because they have acted upon their reason
and Judgment and because they have proved
that corruption Is powerless as upalnst their
convictions. Of course there is nothing for
the democratic party to do but to push on the
battle at all times and in all places on the
lines which they have laid down -that Is , to
insist upon nvlso ndjnutniunt of tariff
taxation to the reasonable needs of the gov
ernment as opposed to the plan which en
riches the favored classes at the expense of
masses of the people. Until victory is
achieved tbo nuestiouof tariff reform will
not bo settled nor the pledges and professions
of the democratic paily to ttio peopli re
deemed. Our party has made an honest and
earnest llgt. It has planted itself upon a dis
interested and unselfish devotion to tholnter-
cstsof the people. Its absolute tinltv and hnr-
inony upon the question of tariff reform
shows its quick recognition of true
democratic principles nnd its enthusiasm in
n cause which Involves popular welfare.
Everywhere our people nave done magnifi
cently and the luirvi-st they have gathered
has been nobly earned. "
In answer to a query as tnhls views on the
operation of the ballot reform law , Cleveland
said : "I think there should bo no more op
position to tlio principles of ballot reform.
The evidence of its usefulness and bencllt to
tlio people , 1 regard as conclusive. "
( lUVJUt.tl , MHHl'Mlim ItKl'littT.
lie I > wi > IlH at. Iiciigth Upon the Sub
ject of Const DolenKCS.
WAMIIIXOTOX , Nov. . " . Major Ocnernlllow-
nrd , coininnmlliiK thu division of the Atlantic ,
in his minimi report dwells at length on the
necessity of continued activity in the matter
of son. const defenses. lie earnestly hopes
that the efforts will bo continued to organize
three brandies of the army Into regiments of
twelve troops , battcrie.sor companies oflk'crod
by tlio number and gr.ulo of ofllcers now
authorised for a cavalry regiment. The
present maximum of O."i)00 . ( ) enlisted men re
sults in sevcio restriction , and to keep tlio
organization up to the 2. > ,000 maximum al
lowed should not be less than 11.1,000. General
Howard says the effect of having nn organ
ized army in IStM with olllc-crs ot
nearly the saino ago andvho
hod - already suffered mum hardships
in < the , rebellion is now working a.
serious Injury (9 ( tlio service. The nhmbor of1
tUjftblodofllcors"-fur-exceeds the limit of. the ,
retired list. .Such ofliccrs as are above sixty-
four years of ago should , hy legislation , bo
transferred from the Ilmltott to the unlimited
retired list. In the case of enlisted men ,
thirty years' service is too long before retire
ment , and twenty-five years is suggested.
In conclusion General Howard suggests
that some system of school Intilllons of boys
from seventeen 'to twenty-one years of ago
bo organized as a source of supply as mate
rial for nou-fominlssloiicd ofliccrs for the
army and militia.
\Vliy the Itnck Inland's K
llavo Kiillcii Oir.
CinrAc.o , Nov. 3. [ Special Telegr.im to
Tun Bin : , ] The trafllo for October of the
lines in the southwestern division-of-tralHo
pool furnishes some Interesting statistics.
The total for the month eastbouud from the
Missouri was l TO c.ir.s. Of this the
Atchison took 30 per cent ; Burlington 17 ,
Alton 12 , St. Paul and Missouri each 9 ,
Wabashanci Ft. Scott cacti 7 , Uoclc Island B.
and Chicago , St. Paul k Kansas City 4. On
this showing it is-expected the board of
chairmen will meet In a day or two and order
traffic turned over to the lioclc Island , Its
drop in truftlcfroin September of over DO per
cent shows plainly why its gross earnings
have fallen away so lUanninirly.
Now ICnnsas Cit ) Connections.
KtNSAsCm , Mo. , Nov. 5.Tho Journal to
morrow will announce the speedy extension
of two railways giving direct communication
with this city to the Chicago & . Northwest
ern and Dig Tour. The Kansas City , Chicago
.fc Texas is to bo extended to Kanesvillc , the
southern terminus of the DesMoInes & ! Can-
sas City , where connection will bo made with
the Chlcniro it Northwestern , giving the
latter road direct communication with
Kansas City und Rlvintr Kansas
City a direct route to Dos ISloines ,
ThoQulncy A Kansas road is to bo extended
from Trenton to I'lattslmrg , where connec
tion will bo furnished with the Wabash &
Omaha line and tlio Dig Four connection
with Kansas City by ttio Kansas City , Chicago
cage & Texas.
Discharged and Kenrrcxtcil ,
NEW YOIIK , Mov. 5. Mrs. Cornelia A' . Mil
ler , wife of one of the partners in the firm ol
J. H. Field & Co. , "Investment" brokers ol
Tjondon , was today discharged and rearrested
on a charge of having received f 1,000 ol
stolen money. Papers in the case have arrived
Tlio Ornnlc C iililnnt , Accepted ,
j\Tiiux8 , . Jor. D. [ Special Cablegram to
TIIKTIKK.J The cabinet , as announced Mon
day , has boon nceepte-l by thoking with one
exception , Xamls taking place of valsamakis
as minister of Justice.
HEHMX , Nov. 5 , [ Special Cablegram to
TnK Due. ] In the bye-elections nt Kiel the
socialists for the Il t timu In the history o (
their party elected both of their candidates
for thu rclchhtag.
Tlio Uhnnc ollnrN Tour.
JlKiu.ix , Nov. fi. [ Special Cablegram to
Tun Br.K. I Chancellor von Caprivl has
started on a visit of the court of Muni ch
After visiting tlio Ilavurlati capital ho wll
go to Milan.
ItiHtnarok Opposed to the Bill.
Bum.IN , Nov. -Special [ Cablegram to
TUB Br.E.j The Nora Dontscho AllKcmoino
Xeltunfj announces that 1'rinco Dlsmarck
personally Is opposed to the local govcrnmcn
Dreldril to Admit Women.
Vins'XA , Nov. fl.-fSpoeial Cablegram to
Tin : IJcn.l The Austrian textile trades congress
gross ut Hrunii has decided to admit women
to the textile trades union.
by tha I'upr ,
HOME , N'ov 15.--Bpeclal [ Cablegram to TUB
DRK , ] The nrchblihop of Ottawa was ac
corded afraclous reception by the popu yes
OUTSIDE OF MBIUSKA.
A Veritable Dcmocntio Oyclono Prom th
Eockics to the Allcghnuios.
FRIGHTFUL HAVOC Of. ALL SIDE9 ,
The Inrmers1 Alllaiico Elects Tivo Congress *
men in Kansas.
SENATOR INGALLS1 SEAT IN DANGER ,
The Illinois Ropnblicau Ooinmittco Concede *
the Defeat of Oauuon ,
M'KINLEY'S ' DISTRICT STILL IN DOUBT ,
I'nttlitoii Pcfoals Dclaimitcr for Got-
ornnr of 1'ommy I vnnin Simio
Great I'ollllciil Surprises .Ml
( HVrtlio Country.
Cnictoo , Xov.fi. Great Interest hn been
Ml in Illinois on the outcome of the vigorous
canvass \vliidi General John M. Palmer iiiiulo
for the election ot n demoi'r.itli * majority In
tlio general lusembly on Joint b.illot. ICarly
InJunetbu democrats , departing from tlielr
usual custom , named ( Jenoral Palmer lit
state foiivonlloii us tlu'lr Uiiltoil States seim-
torlul caiididutu a.cainst Kanxoll , the present
liieuinbent , anil tcuur.il ! I'ulmer tuailou per-
sonnl canvass of tlio state In behalf of
his party. 'L'no republicans have liuil
nil advantage of several liolil over
senators nnd this nlono has prevented the
democrats from carrying the general assem-
hly , If hulocil they have been tiiisttcc iful.
Hoth parties tonight-urn clulmlus ; n majority
on Joint ballot , hi the doubtful dhtrlda
throughout tlio stuto tlio ( iciiioi'r.it.s almost
uniformly won by electing a majority of tlio
representatives in well us seiinloi's in ills ,
trlcts where senators were to be elected. In
only one or two districts ouUido of Cook
county do they appear to have
lost and in one of thoio a farmers' ulliiuico
111:111 : ( whoso nlleginiico ID either
of thu leading parties is qnestioiiabloi bin
been elected us representative. The ii'imb-
llcan state central coniinltteo insists tonight
that It will control HIM general assembly by
live or six on Joint ballot. The doiiiocr.Us aa
vlRorously insist that they will h.ivu a ma
jority of Irom 1 toil. The result M still in
doubt and must reinniii so until Ilio returns
iiro nil in , nlliioiiili the probabilities
sire that tlio republicans will bnvo
n bare mujorltv on joint ballot.
Ono of the disappointmentsol thodi'inocriits
was the i'lilluio to carry all the do.ibtfnl .
Cook county districts , which was .so fon-
Jilcntly expected. Hal they done us well in
Chicago us in the state a ilcinocralli ; general
assembly would have been tlio result , 'j'ho
bouso will certainly bo close , with tlio
chances in favor of thodoinocnUsoii the fuiu
of incomplete returns.
UHIOAIIO , Nov. 5. Congressman ( lost of
the Eleventh distriot tclepr.tph.s thu Asso
ciated press thattho plurality of Cable ( ilom )
will bo l.noO or 2,001) ) in the ilfitvld.
'Tho foliowinpr are thucotiRrcssmnn elected
from Illinois ; First district , Tnvlor , rep. ;
Second , Medium , ilcin , ; Tlurd , burburow ,
dem. : rourth , Knwbeny , denr ; Fifth , IIo | > -
hlns , rep. ; Sixth , Hill , rop. ; Seventh , lien.
. . , . . - - - , Scott )
dem. ; a I if toe-nth , Iluauy , ilcin. ; Sixteenth ,
t'lthiun , dcin. , Seventeenth , ijiino , ilein. ;
Eighteen1 h , Gorman , dem. : Nintcenth , Wil
liams , dem. ; Twentieth , Smith , rop. Tlio
republicans who have been defeated are
Mason in the Thin ) , Adams In the Fourth ,
Cost in the lilevcnth , Hoivull in the Four
teenth , ana Cannon in the Fifteenth , n tfnln
of live for the democrats. Tim greatest sur
prises on the congressional vote ai > penr to
have been in those districts where the demo-
er.itic candidates worocndor.sod by the Farm-
ors' ' Mutual Iteiictlt association , nsthoiopub-
lleans appear to huvu utukroMiiniitud the
vote of this organization. In two districts
of the state , however , rupnbUcan candidates
themselves luul thu endorsement of the
Farmers' Alutual Hencflt association , hut It
was notsullli'lontto seeiiro their election.
Latent returns' indicate almost beyond n
doubt that FithiunUem ( ) hat been defeated In
the Sixteenth district by Heeler ( fnriuors1
mutual benefit association ) . Tills will inuUo
the delegation 11 ( lemoeratsiropublicans ; and
1 farmers' mutual bcncllt association.
Later Tlili evening Congressman Fithran
telegraphs the Associated press asserting
that the returns will show liln election by 500.
A dlsp.iich from ICankalcco also indicates
the probability that the complete returns
nmy defeat Sayson.
At alato hour toniRht thn returns In Cook
county are still liieoninloto and tlio contest
between Lawlcr and Allbcrt is uncertain.
They are running very rlojio.
QI-INCV , 111. , Nov. ft. ( Joniileto ) returns
from Adums county give Ambew ( rep ) for
treasurer - , 0 , Wilson ( dcin ) , fi.S'j : ) . Kd-
wards ( ivpfor ) state superintendent of pub
lic instruction : t , ( > S8 , luiab ( dem ) ( ) , : ! , an
average democratic gain of HOD over two
years afro. The democratic county ticket Is
elected by majorities raiminiffroinllOO tn 1.5(10. (
D.tNVH.i.K , 111. , Nov. Complete * unolllclal
returns from nil the counties In this con-
Riussional district give iJusoy plurality over
Cannon of between . * 00 and ( W. llusy carries
Coles , Champaign , Douglaa and Kdar ( coun
Lucky to Itc Allvo ,
CIIIOAOO , Nov. fi , Iii an interview in n local
paper this cvciiiiiKClinirmhn Jones of the republican -
publican state central committee , sponWnR of
the election , fays : "I tell you wo will do well
if wo come out of this flpht with our bodies.
It Is duo to the school house issuo. It is all
well enough In nn Amcriiuin ward for ropub >
Hcans tocetoiitund inukoii fight for the 'littlo
red school house,1 and Unit sort of thing , but
it Is not for practical politics this year. The
republican party In Illinois has cnous-'h to dote
to llfjlit the democrats ulono without taking
upull the 'Isms * that coma up. "
Senator Farwcll In anlntorvlawsnid. "Our
dcfcutlsowlnu to three things tlio McKlnley
bill , the farmers' nllianco , and tliosuliool law ,
There Is no use denying that thu people ro
wonderfully prejudiced against the McKlnley
bill and many republicans i > ui/.cd upon the
opportunity by showing their disapproval of
it. It will take time to cot ttio w > plo to fully
understand the MclClnlcy law , but when they
do there will bo a laadslhlo tlio otliur way. "
PIIOVIDUNCI : , Nov. fi. The First conRrci-
slonal district complete gives Hpooner ( rep , )
MID ; Lapbaia ( dem. ) , 10,3S' , ' . The Second
district gives Arnold ( rep , ) 8W.r i Page
( dein. ) , B.U41 ; Trlpn ( prolilhltlonlst ) , 1,7:15. :
Page lacks 7W ( of election anil Arnold lacln
TIIKXTO.V , N. J. , Nov. B. rnt3r return )
give the democrats increased majorities In
both branches of the lc'KhliUur < > . The scnnM
will utiind democMts 111 , republicans 7 , The
assembly will stand domucr.its Iropub <
Hcans IT. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ST. P.a'1 , , Miiin. , Nov. 5.In North Dakota
the republican ? congressman und tbo stuto
ticket by a.OOJ to 4,000. ,
Huso , Xo vada , Nov , 0 , Advicoj from var
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