Burlington Hawk Eye, November 5, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye

November 05, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Burlington, Iowa 5TABLISHED: JUNE, 1839.) HAWK-EYE. ,hiA the Republicans ,h aer in the Mud. noun- Bflneats Itself in the Middle ^^Administration. Wscrantled and the Dissatisfy, nt Their Feelings. L^BWbo of Representatives ‘"Vtroagly Democratic Republican States Elect Democratic State Officers. Tar S and Other Republican [Legislation Responsible. except in smoothly -The polis opened been [Shorts Campaign the issues. lo Discuss Details of tho Disaster. N'ov 1 • — I’resident .\twruey (Jenera! Miller fjRdU at '.en o'elrnk this a,j were at once driven to The president rested th, u went to the polis had been stretched tv.*entrance of the poiling booth • cd bis ballot and his name Wadswort h lr jet, I). N. log Iresideii1' ’ "■ ! hour and pf.- A ling ’ ‘Ifs rrrj SOS J iced] x ad ore roa wit! met till at I oft ii« wl its! .at: id: of! g »Pf! he depose recorded, the judge or election plain Ben Harrison now.” ,ir aid the president, mind ti counts but one. president’s vote was the one hun-ed fifty-second east in tho precinct. V'.w':ic2 his ballot the president ed to the residence of Mr. Me Keo, he remained until half-past four, Ie was driven to the station and lira1' for Washington. During ternoon a few personal aud politick .ailed and at the train into a I gathered to see him off. lAN'Ai’Ois, Ind.. Nov. I. At nno-C bai rn. a n Jewett, of tile demo- state central committee, aid loan te Press reporter:    “We have y. .*ate by six men thousand, the legislature aud twelve of th* •a eoneressmen. are claiming nothing aud lag nothing.'’ -aid Chairman peer of republican state central little to a representative or tim As-fed Presa at midnight. “We have from only a few districts aud 'ore have uothins on which to base itjmate. You (an say distinctly, (ver wpare making no concessions." IAv.(.polis, Nov. f.—Returns from •eenth congressional district to vinal indicate the re-election of ««aan Shirely, democrat an a OHIO IS LOYAL. OIS ic! el,a e *h is edj iou id 14 ani off iota! :entj each ji gin to ya econ of ty-f hist* luch Bley Re-Elected and Numerous lint Made Sty the Republicans. ftTOX, 0.. Nov. 4.—At eleven o’clo* .v Iv-; y - f sixty-four voting precincts county give McKinley a net lf to overcome the plurality ic IS:'.*. The tabernacle where 11 . j , is sun* snded Mastic citizens with as many more Be trying to go* in. It presents Ie'? enthusiasm inequable;! oven [part f :h> most remarka lie cantil now. If the balance of the k'e*'p up the ratio of increase [cKiniev will he elected by a Btl ajoriiy. Massillon city and township complete, Warwick's ti vt * >1 Kit. * y I. Warwick ox, 0.. Nov. 4.—Th; weather agreeable to-day, there being Ira :, iv.; f*.g in im.rn.inc. A i .■•■.ivy ll* polled. Major Mt Kinley wa-bv cheered when he approached to vote this morning. The in-: are that Johnson (dem.) for ; in this district is elected. tx NATI, Nov. 4.—With the excep-a few sn;oonkeep**rs who violated 1 by keeping their places open on i Cay ’bere were no arrests in the ’ J od account of the election, voting was a reflex of the dig-I 1    lr ed th    .admit. J campaign. The division among f:: 1 r.t- a .-cd by the abolish-u rd of city improvements Aggt't.-jn of Governor Campbell, eel in a general apathy among P* the usually most active men in •"'•’atle party, n, vvhen the "    ■ :    vv.. - i genera: feeling ^Publicans had carried the ty; that Starer, Ip bated C Rand Caid well, phi t, w;:> re-e bority. The de 'to: concede tin- new law progressed a few cases. New Youk, Nov. 4. promptly at six this morning a r d tho work of voting under the new bal' * la-began without delay. At no,rn a grea‘t* r proportion of the registered votes than is customary at that hour had cast. Messrs. O’Brien and Dillon and other Irish leaders visited several polling places to observe the working of the new ballot system. New York, Nov. 4.—One hundred aud forty districts in this city give ti rant 15,OJO, Scott 11,892. On this basis Grant's majority will bo over 12,000. Fellows (dem.) is elected to congress from the sixth district by 0,000 majority. New Youk, Nov. 4.—Roswell p Flower’s majority in the twelfth congressional district is estimated at 12,000. The following congressmen are undoubtedly elected:    Fellows (dem.) in the sixth district; Flower, (dem.) twelfth district; Warner, (dent.) eleventh district; Cummings, (dom.) ninth district-S pi cola, (deus.) tenth district,: Campbell,’ (dom.) eighth district; Fitch, den.* thirteenth district. Nim A ohk, Nov. *. — Returns received to S p. rn. indicate the election of tho entire Tammany ticket by majorities from Iii teen to twenty thousand. Morrisville. X. Y., Nos. 4.- Geo. \\. Ray, republican., is elected in th*1 twenty-sixth congressional district. Hi I KA no. Nov. ‘.—Returns from western New York counties indicate the election of Du- following candidates for congress:    Thirtv-tirst    district, J. \\\ rep. ; Thirty-second dis-IAH-kwook (dem.); Thirty-third distr!*-' 1 i\ I j. Hunting (dem.), probably; Thirty-fourth district. W. ll. Hooker < r •* . n New York, Nov. — to p. m.— Tammany hall has gained a decisive victory all along the line over republican and county democracy fusion. Grant is not likely to fall below 22.000 majority over Scott. All Tammany candidates for other county officers aud judges have average majority of co,OOO. The i ballot reform law worked smoothly, ; rule, throughout the city and the novel conditions of the secret, ballot did not have a pronounced effect on tho vote of ll-* lower districts which -onx* oolitic:!I prophets had anti* pated. This is largely due to the emerge!ic work of both parties in . •inca* mg voters in tbs intricacies of I i I (* i d W b*wfori' i !i*V* LiC*::.    I i iC‘I*«' .vor<* u, f< serious ■ dorsi    ngs. New v "UK. Nev. .—Returns give the fellow ii ig a'J rea.-onably certain congressmen elected in New York stats :    First d,strict, Jame> W. Covert (dent. •; second. David A. Goody (dent.); third, William' Ch Wallace (rep.); fourth, John M. Clancy idem.): fifth. Thoma- F. 'Wagner (dem.; sixth, J. R. Fellow- 'dem.); seventh, IO. J. Dunphy (dent.); eighth, T. J. Campbell (dent.): uintii, A. .1, Cummingstdem.); tenth, N. II. Spiiioia (dem.); eleventh, J. D. Warner (dem.); twelfth. It. P. Flower (dom.); thirteenth, A. P. Fitch (dem.) fourteenth, W. G. Stahinecker (dent. i; fifteenth, Henry Paeon (pro.-dem. - a gain: sixte* nth, J. Ii. Ketchum I rep.); seventeenth, lh N. Cox (d*-m. I gain; eighteenth. J. A. Quackenbach, (rep.); umteenth, Charles Tracy, (dem.); twentieth. John Sanford, (rep.); twenty-first, J. M. Weaver, (rep.); twenty-second, L. W. Russel], (rep.); twenty-third, J. s. Sherman, (rep.);, twenty-fourth, J. IO. Ai no’.-I. - rep.): twenty-fifth, J. J. Pc Jeu, rep.); twenty-six lh. G. W. Ray, (rep.); twenty-seventh, S. lh Payne, (rep.); twenty-e ghtli, ii. th Noyes, (pro.): twenty-ninth, John Raines (rep.); thirty, II. S. Greenleaf, (pro. gain); thirty-first, J. W. Wadsworth, ire;*. I; thirty-second, I). N. Lockwood, (dem. gain); thirty-third, L. Banting, prohibition (dem. gain): thirty-fourth, W. P. Hooker. (rep). SYRACUSE, N. Y elected for emigre-- : Buffalo Os. Y., I Lockwood, dem.. has Williams, rep., in th gressional distric tricts missing. Kingston, X. Y. Non (. —The election of Isaac X. c* x idem.', for congress in the seventeenth distr: •». is conceded by the republicans by a majority of 7.10. Amiant, N. Y. Nov. i.—From special returns ail over th - -ta; • to tho .beati-oh republican, ii I- * -‘amated the republicans will hav 7! members surf1 in the text assembly The ava! numb* r is ive jjkKjAXGTQN, IOWA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, IWM). (PRICE: Id CENTS PER WEEK a ti Vi represent from the of two (Allen) to Still in doubt. cl TO , .    elected. J_U.lrty-r.rst Indicate    ' Uenio.-n.ts and rn,,, ropub'ijaS Un ll0T,:"ithlhf'sl"«orSl.T Jerseyville district. hasp‘J.l,N|y deemed by the democrats bv ti,'., ell,, ' of two representatives^;,lh '‘ clMtlo“ vu r t* ,uv -s **ou a senator In the rf , n et th., republicans have probably elected their candidate. These r • suits pro Sippi,icantin view of ,i„ stVc.j h a’or'°Tl,f 1^lriY r/or Ur*itwi Ntates°sen-♦ •n doubtful districts in Chicago from Im".?rid0d and Wil! not l- ^d irom until to-morrow. ILLINOIS IN DARKNESS. Mi* uK. J-The repub-)on to demo-;ti!l in doubt. —Seven precincts home, cive linsey rtic gain of Jh.i. I he elect inn in i lbs hotly cont'sled wa-■tiy and the day, un lift urn# Show He,ivy Demurral ic Gam*. Dan\ 11,lh, 111., Nov. coner,:'sh" l-h* elBC“®» lif Cannon to congress jy coo majority. Tin crats claim th-* district I Danville, Nov. -I in this ci v. Cannon’s bl ma jot Ny. a d.-mo< Chicago, Nov. I. <Tty to day, though passed over very q-,v the whole, was coo! and clear. The chic! inter* st centered on tis*- contest fur snr.evalty between Congressman Lawler (democrat.) ami James p. Gilbert (republican.) Another element of the intel est was Use contest for county superintendent. of schools. Mrs Gem-ral Mulligan being the democratic nominee. t ne^ little red school house,” was the issue Mrs. Mulligan is a Catholic and bet opponent, Albert G. Lane, Protestant, and the public school question was used for the purpose of turning democratic vo.es from Mrs. Mulligan. A very large vote was east and it is stated in no election lur years has so many members of the richer c1 asses and prominent business men voted as to-day. The state ticket was fatally scratched her-, owing to the agitation on the compulsory school question and the uncertain strength de nee in the re-election of Carter, and a majority of the state senators, based on advices from Hutto, Missoula and other prominent points west of the range in Dixon’s part of the state. The Indicate ns point to republican majorities east of the divide and confidence is expressed in party circles here’of Carter’s success in the state. The o. the ticket of “citizens,’ Patriotic Sons of America, ticket contain* only the- nam* native born Amerman, being made up of the nominees of two lead parties with the same prohibitionists where the republicans and demo* rats had both nominated alien born citizens. Th- contect ( hi the four congressional distristics in the i city was largely a personal one and the j tariff issue was in a great measure lost ■ sight of. The final result of tim election to be known for a certainty was lh** success of of the proposition to increase the backing of the world's fair to ten and a half million dollars. The vote of til*1 city was practically unanimous in favor of adding to the fund already guaranteed five million dollar* by the rn-of city bonds and by means of Wisconsin MHAVA! KEE, Wis , Nov. 4.-—When tho polls closed at 1:40 this afternoon, th** most unique and exciting political struggle in the history of tho city came to an end. Tho feature of the day was the activity of (‘at hoi ic ami Lutheran * orgy in marshalling their forces against tho Bennet school law. At a polling booth at tho corner of Greenbush ami Mitchell streets on the Southside, almost 'n the shadow of St. Stanislaus’ Catholic * hur* h, two Polish priests busied themselves in seeing that each of their coun- ■ trymen voted and examined the ballots to make sure they were easting against tho little red scnool house.'’ Farber j Ct tie..-a was the busiest. His church is J outside of tho city in the town of Lake I and he stated triumphantly to a friend I i hat w hen ho i * * f t his precinct, in which : iii- * Lurch j* located, there had been only one or two republican votes cast against one hundred democrats. In the second precinct of tao sixth ward, Capuchin monks appeared, twenty-three strong. headed by Father Guardian. Quietly as they carne they went away leaving twcnty-fthr**e more democratic ballots in tlx* box. I he most of the Lutheran churches hold meetings -ast night, at which democratic tickets were distributed. At the booths the Lutherans would not have anything to do with the peddlars. Some of them would take anything that was put into their hands and shove it into their pockets, where it was probably left. The character of all the votes cast is consequently a mystery. At nearly every polling place some Lutheran, generally a school teacher, was stationed to see that their people did not allow themselves to in* persuaded to accept a ticket from republican peddlars. The prohibition county labor votes generally went to the republicans of '•-put tickets of every could be found in lowest estimate of OOI* and tlx IOWA ALL R-OXC John H. Gear Defeated in the First District. Moth l>«inucnitH unit l<t* pub I leu im Claim the Election of their State Tickets —Some Close Work in Hie Various Districts—State News. th*t first district by 2,(.-OO majority and Ligon, (dem.) defeated Coleman, (rep. i in tho second district by 3,OOO majority. In the other districts there was no organized opposition to the democrats. South Carolina. Coli tm in a, S. Ck, Nov. 4.—The returns from the various congressional districts indicate that the regular democratic candidates had a walkover except in the seventh district, where the contest between Elliott, democrat, and Miller, republican, was close. Chaui.eston, S. C., Nov. 4.—Tile total vote in the state will not exceed 150,000. Tilman D elected by not less than 25,000 majority. The election is absolutely devoid of Incident or excitement. The negroes having no regular ticket in the field for the most part declined to choose between the democrats. The vote in Charleston was th*: lightest ever known, the total being about 1,500 out of total i registered vote of about lo,OOO. Returns from congressional districts are not yet j complete, but the figures received apparently assure the election of democrats in all districts except, the seventh, where T. E. Miller, (colored rep. will probably succeed. CoLUMjti v, S. C., Nov. 4.—Scattering reports from every section of the state indieate the election of Tillman for gov- I vote    being    polb-u. ernor by 25,000 majority, and the entire ] lie ie    they    have    their regular democratic state ticket by a large majority except in the coast counties, which have verj largo negro majorities. each phy* until ! lug a tire in a cooking stove, and, while j putting ii* a stick of woo l. * he -k*rt of j lier dress v a- ignited arid In a moment her clothes were all ablaze. .She rushed out of doors, but before help could lier i-h* was terribly burned Th** sicians say that -he cannot live morning. Connect icu$. New Pun ain, Conn., Nov. I — The democratic state ticket g*-ts 2 *0 majority in this city. Markle}*and Miller-dems.j, are elected to tile hon**- of representatives. LITTLE HOPE FOH TORIES. Bright Out GOK for G;adsVniai3--the f remier’s Speech. imaginable N 4.- V*f •Holden is .OOO. I.-—Daniel X. , I ii majority over thirty-second conveth thirty-one dis- -cravt- in the first rep. * in the sec-• ted by a hand* mcrats, how-defeat of Cos- • frW I es r lid in al# 10)4111 it Ga ’SPD' loH y i e V” -sOV- 4.—One hundred G,    outside of Cincinnati n'j'2, Cromley 14,785, Loek-• ae same in 1889 gave Foraker Gap Dell 10,303, I lei wig 987. *r 1 ineinnati give Ryan 1 i!~ y I b053, Lockard 51. The Foraker 17,319, Camp- Rn'at Hhrsf is rn I ov. ;.—One hundred and -p spinets in Hamilton - - Cyan irep.) 29,971 ;■ Cromley icu 'Y'ni !wo hundred and thirty ie,j'pr“10outside of Hamilton a majority of JI,IGG. tr.P ’ -'ov* Ho precincts •juunty give a republican .    i,J- Helm (rep.),    for sher- f    :    claims    rn*. let bv s--.    ' N .    carries    nts own ftbas(.;,Hajyrity’ which D much ted-4,,! T,ore piven to a repub- lisonrilie rt m^de a "ain of 130 Rvsr- e Lincoln club esti-*' majorlty ,n Hamilton I' !,~Iiaynes idem.) is -Ogress    in the    seventh GEST’S ELECTION DOUBTFUL. Incomplete rtoturi;- from the Eleventh nitnolH i.-iatrlct. Rock Island, Nov. 4.—Cable (d- m.) gained SOO over Gest Iii this city. Comparing th*- ri-'t:it with the last congressional Mention the return* from the district so far make, it appear that Cable i-elected. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.1 La Haruk. II!.. Nov. I.—A hard fought baith- with ballot- to-day resulted in a victory for the democrats; 439 votes were cast, 13 of them prohibition: the state democratic ticket has 7 majority: ^ the county ticket i* divided. Ben T. Cable ba' a majority of 15 over Gi gre--. (lest's majority two over Prentiss was 9. i he legislative ticket gives the democrats Edward 341 and Myers 347Cf. The republicans An-derson*292 and 102 arid Guthrie 28S. The work was earnesrly aud faithfully done arui the result is *c me what of a surprise to the republicans. IN THE ' LE VENT I! ILLINOIS DISTRICT. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Kirkwood, Nov, I.he ticket have been badly scratched. The counting of th*1 votes is slow and will finished before J a. rn. deux aralie gains ar* shown. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Carthage, 111-, Nov. jority in Hancock county will bo about 400. This is about the usuai democratic majority. i re-elected by hundred proof;.") in Cook *p.) for state (dem.) 11,304. -t for eon-vcars ago here JU not be Considerable table’s wa- ‘Strict. , 0 lo! s- ark nk.°V; 4-~'Thirteen pre-l» ijip f J’ oul of a total of M&JJ McKinley over 1889 gives x glS °,Wn ward complete, wykzm ’’! ‘ ,S )- This make J s-.n sir. Sr. ■tr Maccomk, was polled in -Re dout vote IAS- ?r ^ end® ic?6 , tb® BpU1 ice) P»P ie Aero FI jlitic ■e I ■frinjljj" fo:lrlecn Of th.-; •«', !. 'n Surk county . ai, “!! Datnpbell last year. a‘°’ '\0V' 4‘~At T':4.7 p jJb w,j‘ ^ democratic state -;n , {'r(‘hable returns from U) except Cincinnati " ‘-can congressmen are * °f the fii-'.j ^0v- L—Unofficial Starer ^btrict except one who! 2ion’ ,r,T*I for congress, l^e Qisir-rt i    amPbelI,    < dem.) .’J Sly i.l f year by a major-|^u;?ide of Un n» U1,h °rn* pre-for Rv« ®illon county show a 'rep., 0f ■ ,795 The %ve Campbell a [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Ovfl'AKA, 111., Nov. 5., 1:35 p. m.- turns slow. Three precincts give < the average r* publican majority foi '»•"• of two y*-ags ago, which, ii ma'manx , will make his majority in the cot.! „ about three hundred. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Ill, Nov. 4.—A full Mc Donnough county. Cannot give figures but enough is known to warrant statement that Ca^e * majority will not be as large as that or I-rer jigs two years ago winch was I..J. The republican state ticket v* Ll ^ ^ slightly increased over two year;..... when Harrison received '-I major especial to The Hawk-Eye.1 Nov. 4.—12:30 a- in. hour seem to show a plurality in the county of ( Lt e^ * ref), i to congress. Two tear* U5’> The county ticket with the possible exrepublicans win pull through. South Park bonds a half million more. Director Genera! Davis said to-night that the work of the fair would new go forward with a rush. The plans for the buildings are already tentatively complete and the definite locat. rn of each will be settled without further cb lay. It only remains fur the president of the United Stages to issue a formal proclamation to the nations of the world and this will probably shortly follow the meeting of the national commission, to be held here in a short time. Chicago, Nov. I.—Of the twenty congressional di*trici- in Illinois tile indications at eleven o’cl-e'k are that Congressmen Adams. Hopkins, Ilitt, Henderson, Hill and Payson reps.) are unquestionably re-elected. As i.- al.-o probably Rowell rep. ) There is not a great deal of doubt of the success of Post (rep.) in the tenth district. It: the eleventh, Congressman Gest's election ha* bet*n stubbornly contested by Cable di m. > and the result is still in doubt. Wike, Spring* r. Lane and Williams (doms.) are re-elected, a* <1 the indications point to the re-election O’ Smith r* p.: in the twentieth district and Forman dem.) in th*1 eighteenth. The sixteenth district is still doubtful, but Fithian claims his -e- lection. In Chicago the democrats still deny th*- election of Taylor in the first and Mason in the third district but it seems probable now that both of them are re-elected. Tie democrats are claiming th defeat of Cannon (rep.) in the Fifteenth district, but the republican state central committee still assert he b five hundred majority Chicago, Nov. I.—One cinels out of a total of county give Amberg (r* treasurer 9,700; Wilson Owing to th** larg-- amount of -('latching the returns are coming in very slowly from both city and county. Chicago, Nov. 4.—One hundred precincts give Gilbert IO,cor,. Lawler. 12,-435, Hull. 8,211, Kern, 10,147. For state treasurer, eighty-nine precincts in the city cive Amberg trep.) 8,742, Wilson idem.) 10.17s. Link - pro.) got. Chicago, Nov. 4.—The 'Jinns (democratic' at 8:45 p. rn. had information apparently indicating thai the suburban town cf Maine, heretofore one of the greatest republican strongholds iii Cook county, carried for tile democratic legislative candidates and for Newberry, democrat opponent of (ongressman Adams. One precinct, I’arkridge, was reported as giving one hundred and fifty democratic majority. The town of Maim* has a population largely Lutheran. . Bloomington, Ills., Nov. 3.—Injection bi this city is unusually quiet and the vest pocket votes are numerous. At each of the polling places in the city the German Lutherns had workers and they induced a number of German republicans to vote the democratic ticket.. T he Lutherans were active and well organized. Mc Lean sixmo. Iii., Nov. gressman ’*V illiams (dem. - i in tho ninth district by jority. Peoria, Nov. 4.—In contest to-day, Henry Detwiler (rep.) was elected city treasurer by a large majority, and a sufficient number o* republican aldermen to insure a republican majority in the next council. Springfield, lib. Nov. 4-~^ven precincts in Sangoman county give Wilson 817, Amberg 726; same precincts two Wary ago cav* Cleveland «:.*., Harrison A net democratic gain of .,13. Nov. 4.—A light vote was a falling md most precints. The the vote to day is 4 2,-highest 47,Oho. Estimates gem rally vary from 42,(Kin to 1.7,UGO. The total registration is 50.161. At the presidential election in 1888 the total registration was 46.SG3 aud the vote wa-37.74s. The vote for mayor last spring was 31,128. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 4.—In today's election the republicans :<■**• one congressman, Mitchell dem.) tieing elected iii this district. So far a- received the returns indicate Hie election of Cooper (rep.) in the first district; Parwig (dom..1 in the second: La.foll* tie (rep 1 in the third; Mitchell (dem in the fourth: Breckner (dem.) in the fifth: Clark (rep.) in the sixth: Thomas (rep.) in the eighth, and Haugen rep.) in tin* ninth. Mi Lu ARKLE, Nov. 4.—Sixty-ihr***: precincts in tile state of Wisconsin including 36 precincts in the city of Milwaukee CalitorniH. San Francisco, Nov. !.—Ninety-seven precincts out of 3IG in the city of San Francisco show a republican majority of 3,72.1. San Francisco, Nov. 4 —A close contest was made on several muniepal offices and the reports are that. trading and scratching was numerous. Xotwith-*tanding the fact ilia* the election is completed in this city by the fact that a number of independent tickets arc- in the field, the principal ones of which are iii*- reform democrats arui O'Donnell ticket, the real contest i- elieved to be between the democrat!** and republican parti' ei ain in th Cl u nit San Francisco this year was nearly *i.\ty thousand, whx h is twelve hundred more than registration two year- ago. >lor»*1o. Denver, Col. Nov. i.—An unusually heavy vote was cast here and throughout The slate. The return* will be Sat**, as the polls close at seven o’clock. At the democratic headquarters every one is jubilant, and Chairman Arbuckle claims Vlx* election of tho entire ticket by 5,GOO. Chairman Ashley, of th** republican committee, while admitting state* treasurer, attorney genera! and superintendent of public instruction doubtful, he is satisfied they will elect the remainder of the ticket, including the legislature. The republican state committee that Loud, trop.), for congress, fifth district will be elected over -. (dem The iota* registration in [Special to Tho Hawk-Eye.] Des Moines, Nov. 4.—Henderson is no doubt elected. Sweeney is very close. The state ticket is from 5,000 upward. Returns are very meagre. Nothing from the ninth or eighth definite. Polk county non-partisan judicial ticket is defeated. Th** entire republican county ticket elected. Tlx* balance of the congres.*-iix-ii ar*- all right. Ic .Le third district Plack Hawk g.v. - Henderson 450: Buchanan give* Henderson 283. Of all doubtful districts the fifth shows up lh** be*t and Struble will fie elected. Des Moines, la.. Nov. I The * ’.»*- -lion to-day while quite exciting on both sides on account of big scratching on judicial ticket still resulted in a iv light The republican* besnare. An immense amount of sc rate bing -.rn account of the judicial tight will delay th* count. ; The vote of Iowa will be compared avith 1 the vet*1 on secretary of . tate in I*'* 1 when the republicans had 211.-777, Democrats I so,45.1. There ar*- I,‘.cm voting places in the state. Ten precincts giw* : for secretary of stat** McFarland republican, 1,231, Chamberlin democrat, 9*9; ; a net democratic gain of I Eighty precinct* in Iowa show a net I republican gain on th*- .stale ticket of .7*o ! a* compared with la-t year* vote on gov-1 ernor. The republicans and democrats j are both claiming the election of their i stat*- tickets. Des Molm Nov. j ceiled up to midnight ] bean plurality on tilt I, GO* I to IG,**G(l election of the Pre: ic-li \ nu re Ti int* Arr* ated The Tippc-r.try Trial Halfoar \ Ult* the Kali. \% ay Ho Ute General Foreign X* WH. New .Jersey. Newark. N. J., Ort. 4. — (dem.) is elected to congree* in i William Waiter Phelps.* distr: Cadmus, the fifth C. by Kentucky. EMIN*.r*»N. Nov. 4. Con; \ Breckinridge was rem COGO majority. London, Nov. 4 -The municipal elec-w-hifh were held in England and Saturday have been fought less ever bef *re on political lines and herrfore, wholly reliable a* an in- ressinan W. outed to-day MRS. HARRISON ELECTED PRESIDENT. She In fear net I ly sri Wort t>* Help Found :i Medical <’i)llt*g * lot Women. W.\*HiN«.ton, D.C.,Nov. 4 Mrs llar-I rison ha.* accepted the presidenty of th** I Washingtoi lions • Wa I* j nan ar**. | dicat I I that i drive ore ,h th t tha OU OI i e. But ■very iii from o te have •lections, ir th •h is ear: in committee, •st y at work endeavoring to ****_•; funds for tie- endowment of the medi* si hon! of toe Johns Hopkin- Cl ivers ’n order that women ma* be min. ’D-d equal tern of tho in invitation t minces I it 5 orK, ll* lunch aud Mrs. ii arri-*.i date for the vi Wit IT II. I versity in* the iadie* altimore I on aud V inspection i was a sit and - 0 ext**! of the k hiladelp] a-hingt* trust d*‘d cal c* la. > poi - ti* ii temper of the r 'honid be remembered *• Mr Gladstone ha- been • •• 'n-- first indications of /••en given by the munDi- and it is impossible to ignorance in connnection k ii natior.al politic*. Th*-pla *•' where the result of orts turned more or less -bt! - the libera - gained • a's in the municipa. th*- tori* * gained only mot*/ strong indication of nd b:ows, and the further [fart ogtoniufjs hav- not ; pi tai arted I —Returns re-ndicate a repub-tate ticket from Democrats claim th** State ticket bv .7,(MKI *•*! Sovenil.-'-r 14. She will bi* a* compa.y* d from th -city by the members of th*- Washington committee, which consists of Mr*. Jar;. -(4. Blaine, Mr* levi I*. Morton. Mr*. J. Lowrie Bell, Mr*. Georg** ll art*. Mrs William Windom, Mrs. John M' L*-Mrs. John W Noble and others. ELECTION ROWS. ii awa VV bel big r* h and whi friend- ■ .■mr -sc ■re in pealed ber of a .arg* waiting tic rece - return to yesterday. wa- travel- number of and they rition. This At rom the return; town* aixi * it} ar,- Hull tix* cou -how increased p: in*. Tile first, fo; • h'ventb ccngre- ward ■) t r v arali rib. ar re- s, the tow II- ry for sixth, n -I n- -Con-re-eiected 4,1000 ma- the municipal The contest con-democratic SA majority Otic I to' *10*. * Oit^1 ii'    '’---Donovan, ■: QgkiP* * r^ona'°^r 1}(irPham in the :r^o 1 diftr,,,t* Di the sec-:!ec^over ?rict’ Caldwell, TRIUMPHANT, h —aocrl? «City RUd K y ats «aing. ? ’fere v/as"Al. daybreak this which o,ran lnc^ snow on J & biicK11    leaving felushy condition Monmouth, dication* to this plurality (rep.) to plurality was will be elcse, but caption of sheriff the - . pull through. State Senator- I ®"Jhan. derson (rep.) aud Representa >    - tiler .iud Ursliam (rep.) aud Dixon (de. . are probably elected.    far    as Chicago, Nov. 4.—uoturiL so morning in the received up to 1:30 this _    _    icts doubtful or contested senatoria following result he fifth int republican sen ator, Monahan, necessary on reprobe third or centralia cli’ is W klJin. noon The v and The tho sun fie under the of Illinois give the ^ Mahoney (dom.) i* elected 'n district over the prose -----.    _mint The official count ieutatives in the forty-tricts, indication^ favor Wm. Farmer, (dom.) E’ L’h^°the is elected one of the    official lias probably been 1,200. Quincy, _.    a ,    , ... Moiled in Adams county to-day, a falling off fully twenty-five per cent from unvote of two years ago. fined to county officers, Chicago, Nov. 4. the state central committee assert private advices show the democrats have carried the state by a good majority. I hey expect a gain of three congressmen. Then is nothing definite about Cook county. Sncv. o, Nov. 5. The Daily A cir* (ind rep ) claims tho returns as far as received indicate the republicans have rn pc fed their state ticket; but does not Sertabto    1«* ■«««^ v;' W ";bl’LoTr™ received j^ve elected twelve out of of congress, which of one—Taylor in republicans tho twenty members is renublican, a 'tittie first district. The Times (dem.) doe* in t nois for t he democrats el mer as nF.    tiH. legislature, if- --    , ?®L'™ J i, declared to be very close, the SKt. having .accord..,a to tho Times made hea\} gains. lain) IiIi-to state The latter, others have to b* count. Hunt (rep.) ^Seventeenth district, togothcr«itb Charry and Scaife (rep- )•    . de- (dein.) is probably elected 0^1^, (>f pendent candidate. In •    -- WH1 Haines’ district, the republicans^ probably elect Sou{hwb°r th©‘minority ridge. Donnelly will “J    cond the representative. ln the thi *    - success- democrats have Prol^J it is thought twocty-th.ran bBocrlllc fill. In the O’Connor (dem.) RI nill H m*. Montana. Nov. 3 —Favored HKU^t^^v<^of Montana for by fair weath^ , ^ state senators has COnxrhlv cached well up to the registra-pr0ba Probably the greatest effort ever ti0n# lh hv the democracy of the state Pl^ that toydS? for the .lection of Dixon was tnat    ,    ,    ciinreii -a and the supremacey in to confrefpna?e Chairman Daly. of the st«ti se    ittee claims a large tho democrat!    f LodgR aud silver vote for    Kv.Gnvpmor White, Ex-Governor Bow oouj;f lhe republican committee, at thedose of the polls expressed eonfi- show a net democratic gain of 3,480. John L. Mitchell idem) is undoubt*-dIy elected to congress from the fourth congressional district. La Crosse, Wis., Nov. 4.—The day here was warm and a heavy vote was polled on account of the school question, the German Lutherans and Catholics took a great interest in the contest and worked hard for the defeat of the republican legislative ticket. The indications are that the democrats made large gains in tile city. Oshkosh, Wis., Nov. 4.—The election passed off quietly although a large vote was pulled. Peck for governor carried th*- city by about loo, a democratic gain of 400 over I*'* in thirteen precincts. R\. ini Wis , Nov. —Twelve precincts in Racine county, including ten in fix1 city, give Hoard a majority of 1.74, a d* mocratic gain over 1888 of 158. M vdison, Wis., Nov. 4.—The election passed off quietly under the new Australian system. The vote was heavy and will not be counted until a late hour. Ma,sachunetti*. Poston. Mass., Nov. 4.—Seventy-five towns in Massachusetts and 2OO out of 20.7 precinct* of Poston give for Governor Blackmer (pro.), 2,058; Brackett (rep.) 33,862; Russell, idem.) 4 4,250. Russell's plurality is 10,388. If Russell continues to gain on Brackett in the sta -• outside of Poston as he has -<> far, he is elected governor by at lea*t 5,OOO plurality. The democrats have gained two congressmen at least. Boston, Nov. 4.—From gains on the vote so far the indications are that Russell (dem.) for governor will be elected by 5,000 plurality. The democrats have gained two congressmen. Boston, Nov. 4.—The vote of Boston complete for governor gives Russell (dem.) 32,9*6, Brackett, 19,870, Blackmer (pro.) 1,6.74. Russell's plurality is 13,1 IG, a democratic net gain of 7,656. The democrats claim tho state by 10,000 plurality, and tho republican state central committee concedes Russell’s election. N'«*\v Hampshire Concord, X. Ii.. Nov. 4.—The indications at 9:30 p. rn. are that there is no choice of governor by the people of state; that McKenney, dem., is elected to congress in the first district, and the second district is very close. Tho chances ar<* favoring Moore, rep. In seventy-three towns democrats gain eighteen member* of the house of Representatives. At their headquarters it: this city they claim they have carried it by a good majority. Concord, N. Ii., Nov. 4.—The republicans concede the election of McKinney (dem.) for congress in the first district by 700 plurality. Returns from seventy-five towns give Tuttle (rep.) for governor 12,606; Amsden (dem.) 1 3.3 4 4: Fletcher (pro.) 372: a republican loss of 642. MiuueHuta. Sr. Paul, Minn., Nov. I.—A cool, clear day usually means a full vote, and the interest in the state election added to the size of the vote in Minnesota. The result will be late, for besides the fact that the Alliance vote prevents any accurate estimates as to the probable pluralities that the vote will come so largely from tho more distant country districts, nothing certain will be known early in the night. Sr. Paul, Nov. 4.—The returns are very slow and meagre. Merrian (rep.) is losing slightly all over the state, but the loss does not seem large enough to defeat him. Two year? ago he had a plurality of 24,104. Michigan. Detroit, Nov. 4.—Owing to the new election law which is in operation to-day for the first time, returns from all parts of the state will be late and from many points it is announced they will not be forthcoming till to-morrow. The gubernatorial candidates are making a close run with the chances in favor of the republican nominee, though he is running behind the rest of the ticket. From th*’ democratic committee it is learned that their candidate for governor has made big inroads into some of the republican strongholds. The democrats are also claiming the first congressional district sure and the fifth, sixth, seventh aud tenth are doubtful. Grand Rapids, Mich.. Nov. 4.—Close estimates place Ford’s (dem.) majority in the city at 2,GOO. Louiaiauu. New Orleans, Nov. 4.—The weather was delightful all day and so far as heard from the election has been quiet throughout the state, with a compara tively light vote. The indications this evening are that Coleman (rep.) will be defeated for congress by the democratic candidate. New Orleans, Nov. 4.—Latest returns indicate Meyer, (dem.) defeated Warmoutb, (rep.) elected for congress in » brank**. Lincoln, Neb.. Nov. 4.—The polls in this county closed at 6 p. rn. It will be midnight before anything reliable will b«; known iii the county. The returns from over the state so far are very meagre. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 4.—Twenty-nine precincts heard from show the democratic and republican candidates running about even, Power*, alliance, aud Payne, prohibition, polling smaller votes. The Banker*' and Business Men’s association estimate the majority against the prohibitory amendment at 30,000. plurality, r rom ux- return* -o eeivtd from probabilities ship* will * I th*- republi * ninth and * tricts ar*- doubtful, with probabilities favor of tix* republicans. j DURUqi'E. la , Nov. 1.—The ti tv of j Dubuque give.- Couch idem for eon-I cress 1,5.72 majority. The chairman of j the democratic county committee claim* i the county for Couch bv 3.600 majority. I I’re mer county civ ■**Couch 27.7 majority * Returns from the rest of th** distriets ar** I very meagre and the result is doubtful. The republicans claim Black Hawk county by .loo majority DriiuquK, la.. Nov. was polled in this city, complete, but Couch, gre*s is bolding close last year. Henderson' .—A heavy vote The count is not (dem.) for conto Bail’s vote of home ward gives South Dakota. St. Paul, Nov. 4.—To-aav's election throughout South Dakota was very exciting and a full vote was [tolled. Be-*ide* the excitement on the state and congressional districts, a bitter fight fur the permanent capital brought out every vote possible. Last fail, at the first state election, the total vote was over 77,OGG. and that will probably be found to have been exceeded when all the returns are in to-night. The uncertainty of the alliance vote makes an early estimate a* to th*1 result unreliable. Washington. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 4. —The republicans were so confident of a sweeping victory to-day that a great many of them did not come out to it, while the democrats worked most energetically. The result is.that there i* considerable doubt to-night about the outcome of the election, although the republicans claim a majority of the legislative seats and all | the officers. The democrats are jubilant and confident of large gains in the legislature. Wilson (rep.! is probably elected to congress, though by a reduced majority.    _ Ar k;* n'as. Littlerock, Ark.. Nov. 4.—Tile election was quiet and without incident here. Terry idem.), for congress, running 1,4*5 to 1,143 for Harrison (rep.' Little Rock, Ark.. Nov. 4. — lf proportionate gains for Breckenridge continue at th** rate they have been coming, his majority in Rope county will be 1.200 to 1,500. I’ennsylvitnia. Pittsburg, Nov. 4. At * p. in. Senator Quay telegraphs his belief that Delamater (republican ) will have a majority of thirty thousand in the stat**. Philadelphia, Nov. 4.—At tho democrat ie headquarter* th** claim is made that Pattison will be elected by ten thousand majority. Kansan. Kansas City. Nov. I.—Dispatches indicate at 11:00 p. rn. that for the first time in many years Kansas will send a broken republican delegation to congress. It is considered certaim that Moonlight (dem.) will defeat Broderick (rep.), and L. C. Clark. Farmers’alliance, in til** first district. Webb McNall (rep.) in the sixth district is doubtless elected. Montana. Helena, Mont., Nov. 4.—The returns *o far received from th** interior of the state indicate democratic gains throughout the state. They ar** coming in very -lowly however, and most likely the returns sufficient to decide will not be in before to-morrow. him 120 majority. The usual republican majority in the ward is iou. Council Bluffs, la, Nov. 4. — Election passed off quietly here. Indications are that Doman (derm) for congress, falls short of his expected vote. The election of Reed (rep.) is Thought certain. Sioux City, Nov. 4.—The weather was clear and bright but tlx-r* wa* not a very large vote polled. The interest centered on Qx- eongtv'-iona ugh’ . ut ligures will be late. Th** republican* are confident that Perkins ha' a *afe pluarlity in this district although A11 i -lson (dem.; probably arried the city by several hundred. Mr. Aum rn, la., Nov. 4.—Th** indication* ar** that Penton * on my will go republican by 3*h* majority. Council Bluff', Nov. 4.—Meager returns indicate the election of Reed ret . fur congress by Goo to logo. Aluio«f ii Mur<f*-r:it Fine I’.ltifT, Arkm-i- Pim Bluff. Ark.—This afternoon a negro named Ha* cock, who was working for the Langley ticket, got into a ucarrel with Jim Jones, cob-red, wh-* * imported Br*- Kenridgo. A policeman, j Learning, a white man told him '<> be J quiet: as ii** did *o Hancock put a pi'to! i against Learning s stoma *h an J fired. The office’-’ fell and Hance lied, b ‘ fore doii.g so fired into the crowd, wounding two other*, thougn not seriously. Learnings condition is criti* a1 and Hancock va- arrested. A shooting Scrape In irkiiD<a*. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 4. — In- I formation was received a’ the repub j Pean headquarter* her** of trouble at Rim- Bluff, in which a deputy 'her IT shot a policeman, and at* iud!* r -r-: :..:*• exchange of shots between the republican* and demo-rats followed, in which two parties were wounded. Ad i* now quiet, with a avorabh* outi«»o . r the republicans. _ SUICIDE BY HANGING. A Joliet Man Put# an Fin! to Hie Life This Morning. Jot.IEF, 111., Nov. 4.—Joliet wa* startled again to-day by a case of suicide Leo Paulson, an engineer on hi* way to work, discovered a man hanging by a rope around hi* neck from a bract: under the lumber shed of I . W. it ii. B. Plant. The suicide's nam** i* Robert Chris*-*;-sen. tun* r*-a' CTO I pre- d the . and •hor' '• Ii be day Mr. 11 Mr. th at e g ,t 11 led't Glad liar Martin im a (legion not w* /loot r •’ Arbroath - admiD-r* pf -ihg-slick and a Reebie* wa* me’ ’ey a arg** >f working met, with a trave -x* delivered a ii* th* "nurse of the addres' iglon at th*- Th the <en the Mr. 4 Hartington' ime had arri-peru! unionist': <4T*-d. wa- br* T- of it w.*r* ie dec follow up by the re' on s for ux* rn I which w*-r* beral party. Edinburg Fri-Mr. Gladstone I * a 11 s ii cd wi t d es. The only mind, was ed to stir-party. Mr. ken down, dreadfully Its of the recent •r* *<f the hou*e of most sat:-(factory adv; the ced a; tm in a' ad'tone ha- de* lined to stand a-late for the rectorship of the y of Aberdeen. He give> hi-** a* hi* reason for declining ion. The present incumbent I-*.. J. *.    h**:    .    chancellor th RUSTY RICHES. ASKS STANLEY TO BE HONORABLE. • I -tim -on’' l’.roth»*r \V»nt* Hisn to 'tat** Hi*. U,«*c Xgwui't the U»-**r Ona rd. London. Nov - —Jameson's brother v rite# to th - Ti mis asking its assistance iii pre vat lug upon Manley to pursue an h-.uu'iu e cour-e by publishing the vvhu *• rf i. - case against the rear guard mi-’* a I of wading until everything haj ne**ii -aid fr<>m the other side. Iii' present r**‘. th** writer -ay-, gives Stan-•y lh ad va. luge >f presenting a ca*e for dead men to answer. Had they been A n IT,.OOO iu I Hriut*r. V. 4.—O) t west o ( vol ii JOHN II. GUAR DEFEATED. Fleet inn rat* nee Went Virginia. Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 4.—The indications point to a demoeratic victory in the congressional and senatorial districts. The democrats made large gain* in the city aud country, but the result will not be definitely known until tomorrow. An Unexpected Result—Seerley’ Conceded. [Special to Tnt Hawk-Eye.) Fairfield, Nov. 5*.—Fifteen precincts give Lear 1.77**. Seerlt-y 1.471: wo yet to hear from. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Keokuk. Nov. 4.—The vote in Keokuk to-day vvas a heavy on*- for an off year, especially for congressman. In the second ward th** polls do not close until nine o'clock, and this ward in 1**8 gave Gear 3o.7 and Seerley IIG votes. From th** present indication -ai 7:0<> p. m.) it i-safe to say Gear will run slightly ahead of his ticket there, while in the other precincts the vote will be about the same as two years ago, at v hffih time Gear hat! a majority of *7. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.I Keokuk, Nov.    —The vote has pro gressed slowly to-night ow ing to scratching. So far Seer ley'* vote :d' steadily j >har« increased, and it is safe to say that Gear I cag*) will be defeated in T hi - township Iv a majority of 1.70. Complete returns may vary thi* a little, but that G< ar has lo*. I the township there can * im doubt, both ] in and outside of Keokuk. Mt. Rlkasani, Nov. L—Fourteen j precinct* reported and the remaining I four precincts estimated it Henry county i give McFarland about 4.r majority and . (.rear IGG majority. The entire republi-* can county ticket i< elected. Fairfield. la., Nov. 4.—Nine precinct* give Gear 1.155, Seerley ' P. Milton. Nov. 4. — Milton precinct gives Gear IO", Seerley 17:;. Ainsworth. Ll, Nov. ?.—Oregon township casts 290 votes 1*7 republican, 94 democratic. * prohibition and I union labor. Gear gets is:*, vol*** aud Seerley 103. Wapello, Nov. t -Louisa county, for Gear. 700. Columbus Junction, Nov. I.- Gear runs ahead of two year* ago in tlii* part of the county. His majority cannot be less than Too. Washington. Nov. 4.—Gears majority in the city is 14.7. A lo** of 2.7. Washington, Nov. 4. Crawford township give-* Guar 1;77, Seerley 92. Kalona gives Gear 56, Seerley *4. Wapello, la., Nov.    4.—Jefferson township give* Gear 93, Seerley 61: Wapello gives Gear 237, Seerley 222; Columbus Junction gives Gear 1.72, S*-**r-ley 90. Gear is about 30 behind in the three townships as compared with two years ago. Fairfield, la., Nov. I.—Fourteen out of seventeen precincts give Gear 1,502, Seerley, 1,250. The democrats concede the county ticket to the republicans. * IDI Pot Conia mug Found l»y h Kau«u- Kansas City, Mo., N old Rupert Jiome*tead, just west of Ar- I t gentine. Kansas, a put of gold was fo ;nd Saturday. By actual count:’ conia od ".7.000 in coit!* ranging ii* val" - from "I to 820. John Rupert and Jam*** H illo-way were excavating for a barn foundation on tlu- site of an old stable. Rupert'* pick struck something hard. and a few' moments of work disclos* d an iroil kettle of about five gallons capacity and covered with an iron lid. When the lid wa-finally knocked off a shining ic a;* of gold wa- revealed. The coins were of dates preceding the Mexican war. and nom* wa* i*sued later than I* I. It is believed that the pot of cold wa- buried during the troublous border tim**' just, pre* **dit v the civ ii war, and it is probable • a: the owner was killed. uric -lied ex per to ri'i tam 'i*f) y wot amia: Id ha-. : his it * been -om-dnuations in Ida- have there public had u aion fi is no ap-opinion. o -ad an >r other- \ it I aa KULON D< pert* are which I Protect iou Auaiti't Torpedoed. •ritish naval ex- mod d* tectioi imper' t that 4- -a! interested i against the submitted to a nee may be e ii something »hip d a very torpedo the ad-ti mated Ik.* four in the largest ba cr de. ted from the attack* th lf r e d torp* ■■ may b**di h RAILROAD MATTERS. The Union Pacific’* Meeting. Cin« ago. Nov. ).—Speaking -if difference between the Union Racifi* its Omaha connections. Rre*ident Adam* *ay*:    “Our    proportion    of    the    through he Vit oria ori a the and o matter : rec ted. The ii information it certain ex-e that tile light of before. ted to a final test with a ar invention of a young \Y. man, which is * certain qualities which I!v difficult to discern •r ti *-on- Chi-n re-they the The COtl- ha* beeri too low. Our western ion* have been taking* the . and now that the rates from to the Missouri river hav.* b<- * stored by our eastern connect; ms still wish to continue to pro-rate on old ba*:*. This we will not do. Northwester:; and other prim pub Lections with which we have a s traffic alliance, readily consented to allow tm the increased division, and w* 'imply notified th** other road' that they must allow us the same, or we would have to refuse to do any through busine." auth them. Under our contract we ai noi accept less from them than front the Northwestern, ami the Northwester! alone gives us more busine" thai we can effectually handle without increased facilities.” ' * Th* Sr. ircus urse tend at la- and the A g Czar    Circus    Horror. 19 lER't’.t Nov. 4, -During a performance here, which was I by th ova -uh ce here, which was at-ir aud the member* of family, one of the trained horses b* aine vicious and made an n M. Lim**- ii, tile manager of is. The horse knocked the man it lilt!: and trampled or. him. z him in a terrible manner in v of th** spectators. The czar "y abruptly withdrew front box ami eft th** building among th'* spectator* performance was closed. rain cria! b a1 pan arid iii German Soldier* Berlin, Nov. oldicrs who were Tennessee. Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 4.—Dyer county gives the demoeratic ticket a majority of about 1,200. This county in 1888 gave Cleveland a majority of 188. The Dortch law (poll tax registration) lias played havoc with the negro vote. Forged D. cil- of Transfer. Kansas City, Nov. 4.—Rollins Bingham left th*: city Sunday night. It is j ascertained -duet* I ' iffiparture that lie j had forged deeds of transfer and trust ; upon the estate of iii* late step-nmther, : Miss Gen* ra‘ Bingham, whi' 1 agar- gat* * • about "2.7,00*i. Bingham wa* treasurer t of the Consolidated Missouri Mining and Manufacturing Company. Large sums i of money which he fraudulently obtain* i : were largely spent in experimenting with j what i* know n a" the Merritt process of extracting gold from fine sand. A Steamer Wrecked and Horned. Tole im), O., Nov. 4.—The steel steamer S. C. Reynolds, from Buffalo to Toledo with coal and jut**, went ashore on Colchester reef on th*- Canada coast during a blinding storm last night. Th** jut** in her cargo caught tire, and tugs from Toledo and Detroit have been sent to her rescue. Sh** will probably be a total loss. Shu* is worth *100.Goo and ix*r cargo half as much more. and Citizen* Rioting. r.- A detachment of engaged in guarding a a railway station a body of recruits, interfered with relative* of the recruit* who had come to bid them farewell. Several of Ute soldiers were struck by civilian*, whereupon they drew side-arm* and attacked ti,** a"ai!ants and several of Gi*' eivi atis v ore badly wounded. lirttf mr X i-ifs ttic Railway Route. Duplin, Nov. I. Mr. Balfour started yesterday on a thro*1 or four days’ tour over the Donegal routes of the proposed railways. French Anarchists Arrested. Raids, Nov. 4. — Ari extensive anarchist movement has been discovered at Lyons. Five arrests have already been made and other* are expected. The Crown Rests Its ( ase. Tippf.raky, Nov. 4.—The case of the crown in th** conspiracy trial was concluded yesterday, and the trial was adjourn*-'! for a week to enable the defense to prepare their ca*e. Oklahoma. Kansas City, Nov. 4.—Returns front Oklahoma are to the effect that Harvey (rep.) is elected delegate to congress by LOGO majority over McCoy idem.) and Crocker (Farmers’ alliance). Texan. Austin, Texas, Nov. 4.—It will be some days before the official returns are received but it may be assumed the democratic state ticket is elected by something like the usual majority. MasgachuftsettH. Boston, Nov. 4.—Twenty-five towns in Massachusetts give Blackmer (prohibitionist) 348, Brackett (republican) 3,480, Russell (democrat) 2,427. Brackett’s not gain over last year is 53. Utah. Salt Lake, Nov. 4.—The delegate election passed off quietly. Caine, Mormon, was elected over Goodwin. Liberal. by 3,000 to 5,000 majority. MlftHouri. Sr. Louis, Nov. 4.—To-day was warm and clear. Report1* received from twenty-eight wards indicate the total vote will be large, some of th*1 leaders placing it as high as 50,000. Though the excitement is running un' Vitally high for offices there is no trouble to speak of anywhere. There was much confusion attending the first practical trial of the Australian system. Kansas City, Nov. t.~Ili'turii- from Kansas on the stat*1 ticket indicate the election of Governor Humphrey (rep.) by 10,000 to 1.7,000 plurality. Robinson (dem.) running behind Willet (Farmers’ alliance). Ives, (Farmers’ alliance) can-i didate for state’s attorney general, is running ahead of his ticket, and may be ] elected. ] Kansas. City. Nov. 4.—Returns from the third Missouri congressional district ] show the certain re-election of Bland J over Jervin, republican. Bland’s majority will be over 3,goo. St. Louis, Nov. I.—The indications at ten o’clock were that th*? democratic I city ticket is elected with the exception I of Normile, judge of the criminal court, I and Smith for recorder of deeds. The I counting of the new ballots is progress-! ing very slowly. Virginia. Richmond, Nov. 4.—Wise, Tucker and j Lester, democratic congresstaen, are re- Terribiy Burned. Mason City, Iowa, Nov. 4.—A shocking accident occurred here yesterday elected. j morning. Miss Mary Purcell was build- A Political Reign of Terror. Bi*mai;ck, X. I)., Nov. 4.—There is a reign of terror in this city, growing out the Rieree-McKenzie senatorial fight Personal conflicts within til*1 past week or more between the factions have been common occurrences. McKenzie him***lf on one or two occasions narrowly escaped bodily harm if not death. James McBride, a prominent citizen, was assaulted and nearly killed recently. In the New Ohio Oil Field#. Steuben n vt elk, O., Nov. 4.—The fir*t well in the new oil field in Island Creek township, Jefferson county, 'ix mile* from this city, came in yesterday. It flowed fifteen barrels in one hour. A Fireman Killed. Beloit, WK, Nov. 4.—A misplaced switch caused the wreck of a passenger tram on the Northwestern road this morning. Fireman Welch wa* killed and Engineer Eagan badly hurt. Th*-passengers were shaken up, but none were seriously injured “Not Hulk, hut Kii'ine**: ’* is the way a west* rn man put it i i . vpr* -^ing to a fri* rid his complete satisfaction in tin- use of Dr Pierce-# Pleasant Purgative Pellet-. ><> small and j ct bo effectual, they bid fair to Blip- i plant **ntir«*!y the old-style pill An eve**. r<-ady reinedy for sick and bilious headache, blliousn* sh, constipation and ail blood disorders. Mild in action, wonderful in < ffet ti j Put up in vials, convenient lo carry. Their uB*1 attended with no discomfort! Th --sterling merits account fo** their great popularity. How Severe Colds are Broken Up in Montana. From th* Virginia City (Mont.) Madisonian. When we find a medicine we know to possess genuine merit, we consirer it a duty, and we take pleasure in telling the public what tK Such a medicine we found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, last winter, when la grippe was prevailing. We are satisfied that we warded off sev-era; attacks that were threatening by the use of th1- syrup, and we have since relieved, Iii a few hours, severe colds, and in the course of two or three days, entirely broken them up by its use, as have several of our friends to whom we l ave recommended It. It is ail that it Is represented to be by the manufacturers. If you have a cough and want to stop It Chamber Ain'- Cough Remedy win do the •w'Mw lf    -    -    * * e* by    F* v*    gjr £f * qltw Mob Kule at » Hull Flight. City ot Mexico, Nov. 4.—At a bul fight here yesterday the spectators became enraged because the animals would not fight. Th** place was demolished and chairs and railing were thrown into the ring. Th** people then demanded tho return of their money. Several American ladi**^ wer* carried out in a fainting condition. it** F.*r*-lt*Dt Oiu»tttl«*» Command to public approval the California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is pl* asing to the eye. and to the taste and by acting gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, it cleanses the system effectually, thereby promoting the health and comfort <*«' all who use ti ann ;