Burlington Hawk Eye, November 7, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye

November 07, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa .bushieHAWK-EYE. JONE, 1839.) lost if) |er from the Scenes of T-jeslJa>' s Mishap. Probably Captures t he Crumb* of W 1 "7#f Mature Sow B"°fr General Besuit*. District' >>'• -Senator Farwell th mind since yesterday, r.sta bi , c tlifl conodont state- 8tsr= not pone derao-id most re- 1    -    „    tn the latest corJ' i ran pet from Chairman ‘ U-I will not be the next r »a,d fiin-'’*- John M. Calmer ffoni    ‘ jio; . .von up all hope?" ’ T wor t 2iv(1 UP hope ti,I me ettled. Hut the way it lli‘ sh ns as if the republicans D°'v h"i received word from 00 waters are very uncertain doubtful for us. That in-s. Such a report v/ou.dn t they felt at all ;t Lao'v’ I understand front t0i Aal Jones claims we have lo;',. lf that is itf-3 ^ how,r- to Ute .. a rhe democrat e those two farmers e. 1 : yt v from have pone T wa heard from ha it’s more than likely tney aer. , mimer. know bit .ort of thing. I am a blasted city a* friend of the mo- h*ri“s!oaiM bondhold#™. *v e nd Well, Calmer democrats have carried th*1 state ut if they haven’t .tethine about it. Cor . if I don't po back. rue any. Co I look was worrying and rush- ond frantically to get the news”” riv did not. 11ij.es of the republican state Committee concede the deatocra 0{M c republican state ticket by let ranging * aeratle s I in - IO Ct tho .j.py have phi to rule it, t to St BOW so t, I don't ear* t j rrying an who the situation materially. The only positive change is the certain election of Broderiek (rep.) over Moonlight (dem i in the lirst congressional district. The state ticket is still In doubt, with chances favoring the Farmers’ alliance. Bl KINGTON. IOWA, FHI DAY MOHNING, NOVEMBER 7, I HIH). CAUSES FOR THE CHAM (PRICE: 15 CENTS PEP WEEK NEW YORK. Some of the Things Responsible f,.P J Republican Defeat. The Democrats Capture the Legislature— Senator E\art*. Doomed. New York, Nov. ti.—Associated Dross reports show the democrats will have on joint ballot eighty-one votes against, seventy-nine for the republicans. This insures tho election of a democratic successor to Senator Evarts. Elmvi:a, N. V., Nov. 6.—Rockwell, (dem.) is elected to congress from the twenty-eighth district by less than IOO plurality. The latest returns make this showing although the republicans claim Noyes elected. Tin, Tim. th. Tan,VO, Deadly Work- Prohibition Ii LL, Largely in iOW!i_( McKinley’s Defeat Certain. Canton, O , Nov. tv—The lack of telegraph facilities in Holmes county prevents ascertaining exactly the vote in McKinley''' district. Mr. McKinley concedes Warwick’s election by about three hundred, and this will no verified unless the vote of the precincts in Holmes county. which is estimated will show unexpected gains for McKinley. Canton, o.. Nev. 0.-—Unless the official county in Stark and Holmes counties changes the pre sent vote McKinley is defeated bv 7 votes. Cleveland, Nov. c,._The republican state committee still claim the election of Doorman (rep.: in the Seventeenth district over Pearson. in Walthill -Opinion rton. lu- Sl’KIN*iKl I;LD, 111., \0V    _    - tor view with an Associated Dr,ss renor tor this afternoon, Congressman Wn, M. Springer, who has just rnani r eelected oy live thousand rn,.orgy. J id *veral causes contributed to {no unreel den ted success of the democrat In the first session of th,e press the republican house adopted most but the legisla-claims the nu u.OOt) to '.OOO. ■ate central committee de tho claims of A tee i {nob •d to ms come -'i • .wing /• tv; to tic i.ct so from south-democratic rfety-four counties OI Ilii-t 'tai of give Amberg a plurality of Raab dom.I, kl ;di:ig ( '-'•*• 0 : L [ndrcd and two. lf-,r--a etreader. Wilson idem.). e cioerintendei.t of public Lite pa plurality of 31.21- over irrp.). Raab carried bv a na ority, not only in Cook c unty, Chicago S situated, but also ead throughout the state in Harrison's majority in the •a was 22.000. |V.„ Xcv. i'.—Late returns from lith !Ux is district indicate proba-dU-at of Congressman Payson y Snow’ (dem.) Che figures are I co:;; Fete. Kansan. K vn>a> CH Y, Nev. 0. An estimate of the result in the legislature of Kansas give the following figures; Republicans seventy-five: anti-republicans, including Farmers' Aidance aud democrats, ninty. Of the 'CV* nty-five republicans about fifteen senators pledged themselves to vote according to the will cf the people of their district' and expressed by their representativ, s. Nine of the districts returned Alliance men. To secure re-election Ingalls must control -I votes. The legislature A now apparently against him by fifteen votes at least and possibly twenty-four. Chairman Buchanan of the. Kansas state central committee telegraphs the Associated Press that Humphry (rep. i- Ice’.- d governor. All but eighteen counties have a plurality of t.'.tsl*. These eighteen counties have a total vote of only TOGO and they may be counted upon the ru tease his plurality. party, present eon-majority in the the precedents of a hundred Years-unseated democratic memb, rs who acre already elected ny overwhelming majorities and passed a “force brr.” winch was intended to perpetuate republican supremacy. This policy had the <*’>’-■ cl of exasperating toe demo, rats to a degree hitherto unknown and thoroughly disgusted the better element of the republican party. The McKinley bill also furnished a political issue on which tim deraocra’s were thoroughly united and republicans fortunately divided. The cattie party seized the arousing tin I «0I1- >egan to '•li’lSlS iff united deiho-opportunity of country on the tariff question and made a most determined and aggressive light against the McKinley bill and high protective tariff orally farmers’ organizations b discuss tile tariff as one (fib* agricultural depression. Working men in the cities became satisfied that cost Of living was bel. g it teased without any possible nu an- of Increasing wages. The consumers generally wen-confronted with a condition of more expense in living without increased remuneration; that the benefit of prole lion insure-, to a very small proportion of society and that trust and combines bad been promoted to prevent honest competition. Ft-mi-T Gaunt. im.ann,rn: Craig idem.) i- dm led OCZ 0 —Alex. K. congress from the Twenty-fourth district defeating Andrew J. Stewart by over 1,000 votes. This district in lsss gave Ray (rep.) 4,3'i' in nj or It Complete ligures have now beer, received from every district in the state. The new delegation will stand 17 republicans and ll democrats. a gain of four for the dem eclats. Din la i>e leu I a, Nov. 6.—C mi pie I-, returns from * very county foot up a r lurai- C0MMENT IN WASHINGTON. out flu Ail Imiiienso .Vimimit of Lying .V McKinley Hill. Washington, I). (A. N v Comment In Washington runs much in the same line. Republicans aud democrats agree that Secretary Blaine was right when he told the republican leaders : . congress it wa' a bad year to raise duties. The natural reaction after the presidential year made a democrat :<• majority inevitable, but lieder mer* iv r- has grown to-dav. Nearly every leading democratic representative had ‘admirers who think he is just tho man, and some democrats who arc not leaders except if) their own minds are ready to pre -s t heir own claims. The task of presiding over the undisciplined mob which will make up the majority is one that a modest man should shrink from. The Hon. \\ illia.ni M. Springer is not a modest man, and it ('an be taken for granted that he will not shrink from pressing his claims on his fellow bourbons. Springer has really some right to ask honors at the hands of his party. Asa fault-finder he is a good parliamentarian and he buj invented a code of rules, which, if adopted, would clog the legislative wheels right along. The speakership is not a new ambition to him. He was once a rival of Carlisle, bet was defeated t through the maneuvers of Col. Morrison. I of Illinois, who was at that time | the leading force in the democratic couu-! yff*5- Mr* Morrison ha-; somewhat faded 1 rom view jus; now and Mr Springer will have the unmolested support of the Illinois delegation. The withdrawal of Mr. Carlish* to another scene of activity, and the death of i Mr. Randall, and that of Mr. Cox. leave ; the practical choice limited to parliamen-| tarians like Mr. Crisp, of Georgia: Mr. | Mills, of Texas: Mr. McMillin, of Tennessee; Mr. Bynum, of Indiana, and Mr. Breckinridge, of Kentucky, gentlemen who heretofore have had an experience as party leaders, circumscribed by what might be termed without persona! disparagement, the over lord -hip of Messrs. Carlisle and Randall and, in a much smaller degree of Mr. Morrison. Mr. .Mills' claim will be founded on h > services in securing the passage of the tariff bill ii tic* Ii ninth congress which Leu rs his name. During the past session t*e has rarely been in his seat, so busy has bee*) bis educational campaign ii. the sections where he thought the people needed illumination. Th(* mai.ugemcn* of his party's interests has been left to the gentlemen mention; d above ami a few others. AL ssrs. Breckinridge and Mc Millen bore tin* burden with Mr Bynum of t he resistance to the MeKiul-y tariff and Mr. Crisp md on contestee election cases. , Mr. Hatch, who is an ambitious candidate for the speakership if the Farmers' Alliance do not pick our some other man. has riot r *en as active a- formerly. His reb an -e is on his record as the far.,mrs' friend: but farmer fill or keener WE CAPTURE IOWA. The Entire Elected by Republican Ticket Small Pluralities. j days ago. by Bernheimer Sons a Co., of i sv®w York. The complaining firm ac-| cuse the Leopolds of having falsely stated i their standing to the, commercial agencies, that some of the judgments entered were without consideration and trial a number of book accounts were assign* d to relatives who are not creditors. STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS. low;V» Delegation in Congress Will Staoil Six Republicans and Five Democrats—Return* ti oui the Counties- General State New*. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge Dangerously III. THE FIRE FIEND. [Special to The Hawk-Kyc.] Des MOINE', Nov. th—Ii now iooks as if the entire republican state ticket has been elected. Complete, turns from seventy-five been received as folios Adams...... A lair......... Appamios A odubon..... • teuton....... Blackhawk . K »one........ Buchnmin____ Hut na Vi-tn. Carroll ..... Cass......... Cedar......... Chickasaw... Clarke........ Calhoun..... Clayton Clinton . Crawford____ Davis ....... Derat or..... I >elaware.... I * .Im,pie.. . Mumm, ti. .. Franklin — Greene...... Grundy...... Guthrie...... Hancock — Hardin...... Harrison . Henry....... Ida. .'........ jR'jx r....... .ll if.'?'OII .Jones...... K 'r-utli I,inn Lot 'a arr recoil not more grate 'etion ti*.an sum ill h tS for,* :o rite ii of th* [tv for Pattison -.dein. J for governor of hi [theEleventh illinois District to Tse Haw*-Eye.] MAGE. to HES OO ITS SOV) (5 votes flowing. 4,005; raperin I (rep. ■ «?—‘lab Mar: Gath*' Nov. 0.—The official can-,n Hancock county shows State Treasurer, Wilson, Amberg. rep.) 3,112. pendent of schools, Ed-,053; Raab* idem.) 4,OOM > idem •*-. IGO; (rest, Representatives of the district. Anderson, (rep.) :. (rep 4,5 it, Edmunds, ’dryers, ,fl**m.) '’,352. The vote - iiow reported on repre-rh-1 iwentv-fourth senatorial rsfih. Qu’J I, Xi 4,5 .,.474    3.4 I .TW l.G UL. .'i/.'.'iJ!f)/fT,S. 5,9S‘JL_> (j, i.52U, U.Udu ”    d.UVi 1.2.5)    1,740 AS  9.611^ democrats lid *; G-s*. 2 [.'The entire IWL. id.27VHI ll,I47k6 ore *cted. • 'ible’s .97*'i. Cable's majority demoerat’c ticket is yin.! Grail. I 'IU Iii* J I bv -;,i;orities from 'OO to Iilciuocraiic *i ■IELD, IP... nr/isli I* :Wt It ’ •2 MI ii rpm i DIES; lodtai I I roo ital J)*! iority of One. Nov. *'i.—General •cive i a telegram ,z°. Illinois, saying Edwards two democrats, are found by t. to have been elected to the General Palmer, on reading x. said: “This makes 103 at ballot, a majority of the general explained. M. B. A., all three of ere pledged to his for United States Id,033, a democratic gain compared with 1S83 of 50,584. rhougl Delamater, t he republican candidate for governor, is thus defeated, all his colleagues on the state ticket are elected by decisive majorities. __ Connect tent Very Close. H art FO si*. Coni’., Nov    —The Cour ant's revised figure' indicate the Connecticut legislature will stand: Senate, 7 republicans, 17 democrat'; house, 133 republicans, nu democrats. The republican majority on joint ballot of ;. The state vote at the present time shows: Merwin (rep.) K'L'.'OT: Morris (dem.) 3. PIO: scattering 25' Morris lacks 71! of a majority. In this calculation 14 towns ar** un iffici.v’.. ii Airn *:;d, Conn.. Nov. C- The legislature is republican on joint ballot by eight or u n. ( mg; es.-uien Lewis Sperry. (dem.) ir-L distr' I: W. F. ileox. able conditions the size of the majority might have been kept within bounds. That an in:mens,'* amount of '• re w.c. done about the effect of the McKiuh-y 'oil! ail th** republican    ”    ac re* v.■ at the same time admitting ti. time its passage war- a taciica! misiake. Tueir hindsight shows them that the republican congressmen ought to have bad in least three months to explain its ' revisions on the stump and to Ut ;h< ar Tidal rise in prices run it- course. Free sugar, which was lo be the drawing card in the bii!. doesn't take effort until next the only '.inn who coll aring, but there was hardly a chance to explain this. The defeat of republiviiu members of the ways and un ans committee in districts which had s.Je republican majorities is accounted for on this theory. other folk'', arui the MD'Ouiiai. to light for tile piacc if he get-r id) s, his candidacy rn-gilt get legs tangled with Genera! Clark' Hon for his old place as Jerk o house. Touching the ollnc* of clcrr cd house, besides », ru*ral < kirk, th. Known candidate is McClainmv, the hi!! humorist from North Carolin;* will be succeeded iii the tifty-seconr gri"-- by ai; Alliance man. If the speaker b<i a southerner, as it seem' most likely he will be, aud th. office cf clerk of th** house i' not reclaimed by General Clark, it may go to some northern ’nan, possibly tm rome New Yorker if the right off rt> are made. The doorkeeper’s place will probably be awarded as heretofore, lo the south, as the postmastership and the sergeant-at-arms's position will be to the north. The attempt to brl rig out Judge Crisp j as a candidate for the senate wa* iii the I interests of the enemies of Governor Gor-* don, and, it is stated here, not with the ! approbation of JudgeCri.-p. The friends Lyon ........ Mail: • IHI M.ma-k.r..... Mara Im) I..... Marion........ Miffs.......... .Mitchell..... NJ icon na. Montgomery. Muscatine ()' Brim .. Palo A It*' • • Plymouth.... Po -ah jiittts... Polk......... P<>v. i still k.... HOWK .1.1..... 'ar Sr' it I . Shelby Ta Ga I Oil* Van ump Wa I ; Buren " . r,uet,o:z< VVi o Hairy Wright.... unofficial re- counties have Ii** It. lieut. .....13 72 1241 .....174,s 12**4 .....-.Nam 17S5 ..... 1120 1395 .....2H1' 3873 ......JI 192 3410 ......2557 IH39 . .2197 2033 ......MIU) SHS ......14*8* Si***) ......21*o 21819 ......20.53 32< *7 ......1452 17*.*) ......1775 MOO ......Dan 947 ......2133 543 i .....285.5 4802 ......1375 3371 ......SUI 1730 ......179 ■ 1033 ......22:42 MSI . 2s I! Mi*-5 Ps7 220 ......1584 H.JS ......ITO! I.ta .....1302 135.3 ..... 303. I -ll ...... SIH 826 ......2'-3H 1533 .....2104 Sis' ......2512 KYI ... '.f:*3 1013 gaul 2475 . ...i','33 I - I . Sill 327 s ...1280 1135 .....31 SS I- Sit .....4197 1354 ......It 03 1327 ...... 730 737 ......I'.**17 1305 .....:{*u3 3S.I1 .. . . 3*853 21 IO ......23* 13 32o3 ......1*»H 17:32 .......1495 KUS* .. .. 937 622 . 3* r.*.* I-NI •>>.?,j 2725 .. .. KKR 103*1 s39 nm 1143 |ss| !tv,7 7 SIT .......uni 4941 .......3112 170*4 .....1S7.5 1275 ......1473 il'93 .....179s 5128 .......1533 1790 .......Sic* KOS .......Sc'I 2524 .......2U34 1443 .....195! . .....1970 ! 799 ......ts**ti • KkiS .......2341 ! 5S9 .......185*; 1712 .......3037 ?*-'-> .......705 357 .......:i*U3 37-51 .......IOU St -ti (train Klevatui anil Jlnit lliiiiie (turned at flull'alo —I,os*, 9^50,000. BefEai.<>, Nov. ti.—Early this morning Well'' elevator and malt house burned to the ground, and lite intense heat caused the ( levator across the river to burst out its side and a stream of flax seed poured into the river. In the burned elevator were about 21)0,000 bushels of grain, whit: is a total los... The total loss g 3250,OOO, on which there is an insurance of 3230,000. Hi* Condition *o Frecnriou* that if in Wife Uhs Keen Summoned to Hi* SLin — Secretary Hal-four’* Tour. A Number of Kuiiding* Burned. Dun,a delphi\, Nov. o.-r-Fire to-night destroyed the cooper shop of the Philadelphia Cooperage company on Otsego street, a'soap factory and the spic** mill of P. C. Tomson, on Swanson street, and the large storage warehouse owned by the Pennsylvania railroad company. London, Nov. P.,—Lord Chief Justice < deridge, while presiding over the court of the queen'' bench division this morning, was stricken with paralysis. He was promptly conveyed to an ante-room, where he was found to be in so precarious a condition that his wife was summoned to his side. The physicians, who hurried to the assistance of Lord Coleridge, are now doing all that is possible to relieve the sufferings of their distinguished patient. Late to-night they pronounce his condition not so serious. Loss 31 Lf),OOO, covered by insurane Truckee, Galiforni.t. Dc-tied. Tutu KEE Ca!., Nov Shortly after midnight a tire broke out in the rear of Staff s urewery and a' the wind was blowing a hurricane tile flame wi re ..ooh beyond control, Df - cite th*- * {forts of the citizens Efts* Main -'feel ashes and soon the Ira c> Front street wer* burnie:: buildings, !te portion of ti two o'clock was soon in buildings on Nearly fifty tiding the entire business town, were destroyed by md the residence ;i>rtion Wel'Ji    >4 Hi purl. London. Nov.    —The delegates sent by the Welsh tin plate interests to America to study the situation in the United States as affected by the Mc Ridley tariff, have returned home and made a report which has relieved the anxiety under which the W<'!sh tit: plate makers have been **estihg. They declare t Ii at even with tile aid afforded bv the tariff oil the it • coined t** I shifted about which thread the t'>vvii was aggregate losses ar* .od The insurance T he tire is tin >u gilt to -.•rig: ti. ■ doomed, inn ti; Hire** o’clock aud tied to completely v soou nuder co itr- * w'ind he fire I DC out I. The Jm.iU - ;f 'i 10,-about 320,(MKI. e of incendiary A KANSAS CITY TRAGEDY. foreign arti American manuf, l)lr*tc at a price v will materially the Welsh produ to the consumer to effect will. cause some fab used, but tIii* paratively enal sitv Lke tin, the creased cost I » 'serilial * omtnodit deposits in Anteri WI.•::! V i - .ad* - nut*:. w i I i ct ore d of njur. T. 'I ifter hey IIL* im po to pr im? able for I nee tin ality which demand for [creased cost uriff g<*e' in-undoubtedly xie amount must >«■ comart:* e of neces-r>-sult of the in--1 s y in other less -ay. iff it to discuss the situation before an int*: view with the king. All thought of abdication must be given up it on e The king balanced the paper in his hand a few minutes arid then inquired: “Will you try to rule without a majority?” “Yes.” “And without a budge “ “Yes.” “And without yielding ’n*- reorganization of the army?’' “Yes.” “Then here is my program.’ Bismarck read the four q larto pago-covered with the king s fine handwrit ing. The first point concerned the repr< seriation of cities and manors in bistre I assemblies, around which a violent qoar rel had already gathered. “Your majesty.” afd Bismar*,., decidedly, “the question at issue I' not about district assembl!; s; it is about Usability of the king or the ability of parliament to rule Drus'fa. Settle this question and all cise wk 'ctUejrseD If your majesty will tro't roe -a far I wk! undertake the wor but without programs.” After a short -Hence th-- king . Id *<i. He and Bismarck were walking over a little bridge and he began to tear ap the program. A- he dropped the piece' on the planks Bismarck, stooping, picked them up as he said: “Your majesty perhap' might better throw the pieces into the fire. Some on*-might find th* rn her**, an I every or tliis vicinity knows your majesty's handwriting.” The king pu» the remnant ( gram in his coat pocket, d - u-iy the disini'-al of tie- a *ing president, and then -tar’* «J for to pen the letter of dLmi-sai. J. jro-ed 'h*»r>-minister h- ''a'tie SECRETARY BALFOUR'S TOUR. Forty till* - <)v*-r ltH<t and Aliuo#T Imto-ir^iililf Roads iii Donegal. T tin • ken alai* .f a- \ Wet I-K no w n Ti a velim; >1 an Wile’* KHr imm r. Ka NS a.- i'm, Mo., Grevier. the weli-know: was --ho and fatally won noon by Charles < kij? ,r< ’ rav*'Iing salcsi** * * at til Grevier had na:*: cor.-Ll *o Mrs. * liiford and to ted their relatbuis w* oceut. This aft* rn*. * ti lf: »V. ti. -(attle b d tit! a Ne hot ab lf ha A. I t pet vier * going found it he ..ie - up to get ■),’<* lie *!o*,r was loc heard a scuffle tied (hen I. When he ru.shed into til* apartrn* his xvii .cd, and B. lealer. after-*w Yoru \ r drew. ittention iud sits-e r 11ire!v saw (ifu* nts, and *'s room i:j trying ; the key room *t hit T nmble London, Nov. *. —-was oec v re por I ippei rti y. > little excitement in J Ti ga, posses fallen on mechanic ioned •pi ipp *r;ir'. • Vt* ■!‘*rday ; bein) that a num I jct of .* Vici cd ten- I lug. '♦■.-ret ’ ’ ; re* I eel lied *hei ir hold- 1 visit- were 1 afraid > ret) -rn to take who of t» )eui Si (spic ion having I ’rib) Micha e! < • « 4 >{ -i nor. a f. ir'-maii I ants. em ploy cd *.i 1 some I mild lings in an a Drill.in, Nov. o. Yesterday four ai.d party left ("arr: J o'clock in the morning and aft ing for?y miles of I)*>negai Gienties at seven ovine Bad and almost ina-e* ' the journey a wearison* ; compelled to do e 'The priests at th* id were interview** also inspected th Al I r na! at nim travers rived a th* * rf d- * a* 'id* ■arb th* rah! party walk .Gages Mr. IL «ps an ted u ume am »ng the Gleiit!*?.' Mr Bai; N< w PO'it e idi* ian m • ( Next to the question that ? plus caused a view with favor The republican .riff there isn't much I of this popular Vade of the house say he hole made in the sur-good many taxpayers to a change in the house. majority kept it' pledge ■ on I The ] the [he -Aimed, in ballo Hi* I rent, d. IE (dem.) s*'*cot.d: (T.ari'*s A. Bussell, (rep.) third: Robert E. I) forr* st.(den;.) fourth, are elected._____ New lf am pstiirr. IOntoud, N. IL, Nov. <L—R' turnsfrom small towns give T’.’.tle (rep.* ernor, 40,5t>S: Amsilen F!etcher (proJ, claim ten to house and to sixteen. Concord, Nov. (J.—The republicans concede the election of Daniel! the second congress onal civ* ' the democrat> tho for gov-(detn.), 40,000: 1,272. The r*-publicans twenty maj rity in the the democrats claim from two men from this state. the legislature. Bol dem.) in district. This two congress-h parties claim np Bl*' I 1:55 4® I 3:30 p * 4;|w &,'D ’•30** J; IO p* 1:00 pi 1 75; sje Bt. ■ MOP,*! 4^5 pl® , ^61 a | L:45P® 4;45 4 ® I ^00** i 1:5C’#f ti. ■■ 3;30 a- S ' POO pa I !5'i t» };0C * * j f rani* lotwler Dyleal Nov. (’..—The republicans < county, in whi th Chicago is ;t° head of their ticket. •' prcJitcts heard from (un-'tie ligures give Gilbert (rep.) Ll. a plurality over Lawler G*rn, candidate for county I > victorious, however, by I Kern is a German, and j e the districts where the I vote is strong. the the Arkansas. St. LOE!'. NOV. '..—The information from Arkansas is to the effect that official returns from nine counties in second district and close estimates of remaining counties give Breckinridge about 700 mo iority. Both parties still claim the first district and it may take the official count t*- decide the contest there. In the fourth district. Ferry dom I is elected by a big majority, and i,a news from the other districts to Le safe to say co the soldiers and enacted the promised pension legislation. The great ;ner**a« in the annual agpropriation* wa? almost wholly due to pensions, yet the veteran-don’t seem to have taken an overwhelming interest in the fortunes of the congressmen who veer * s'* good in voting the public money to them. Many districts where the soldier vote was to insure republican representatives have given round majorities for th** democratic candidates. Seven democrats profited more by the river and harbor bib than their opponents, yet it made part of tho cry against th** majority for reckless legislation. Mr. Cannon, who in his position j as chairman of the appropriations com-I mitt.ee, shut off jobs on the treasury which ran up into the millions. It. is fair to assume that the taxpayers didn't have time to fully inform themselves of congressional legislation. However, it's a poor election table which doesn’t afford some crumbs of comfort to the defeated party. After tho democratic majority in the house passed twenty-five the republican leaders didn’t care whether it went to one hundred or not. It is big enough to be unwieldy and they are satisfied. The responsibility for legislation preceding the presidential year *s an em nas ta-sment of riches to the deist ra -    ’ ;•■• < hoes exultant party hurrahs which reach the that he has not given a serious though to the senatorship so far a* concerns his own interest in it. St. Lotus, Mu.. Nov. *7.— Coiigre"-man Hatch, of the first Missouri distt let, in an interview with a ilcpnhtic reporter this afternoon, announced that he was a candidate for the speakership of the next house of representatives. Indianapolis, Nov. <».—Congressman ; Bynum, in an interview to-night, an-! nounced his candidacy for the >peaker-ship of the next house. His majority is J 4,500, the largest he ever received, and ! nearly three times as large as his major-! ity two years ago. Ile thinks th** pro-j prietv of putting a northern an i western j man in the chair will be recognized by i th** majority of democrats and that his chances are excellent. ’i !;*-*• figure'give McFarland about 500 * v-r Chamberlin, with 21 counties to hear on. which in list* gave Hutchinson a ma o: ty of over 050. The ratio of gain as figured to-night is a ii tile more than loo to a county. This will keep up in the average and • insures Mcl'ar'and’s plurality to be at least 3,oho with every indication that official figures will in-creuse it to 4,000. As to the balance of the slate ticker Bee-on vs to-night considered elected aud conceded by democratic figures. It will take tho official count to determine between Dev and Luke with Hie chances somewhat in favor of the iatler gentleman. Not enough figures have been received to bas** any estimate on any other than Hie head of the ticket. As to congressmen there ar** no materia! ‘ bangos Fiiek's majority is reduced to about 3(.< , while in the sixth White vail have nearly 300. Olh* rwis<* it is about the same a> indi-*-ated this morning. >vij >.-xpm: Ring p; >j a revelv mace ir.su ford drew four times, iIrevier. statement, -aid he nv* see Mrs. Ball, ti.** board bill. She v. as asked him into tier t would get Mr-. Ba .rd that Ge yser had O'i ions to her Clif-f and hot Grevier r, in iii' ante-mortem nt '■> the hotel to landlady, to pay a ■jut and Mrs. Clifford * d room, saying she ‘. After they had ailing Iii lr with opprobriou' epi-A force *L arn. ‘J police arriving. :» wa- di>persed, and a guard was was This Tipperary, a • his house in th gan as thet-. the nu placed around the house, where i *eabstained throughout the night, morning O'Connor went openly t* office * f the estate and obtained th of his old hoi -e. Smith Barry. agent, having supplied him with and carts, O'Connor soon had hi> I tore and other effect' removed Tipper*-’}, under th* protection 'arg*' escort of police. now stationed ai the fr >wd gathered op- j his sympathy and * new town and be- j that he would find a gloom con ne not dU? be foreboding' , Glentu c<»mmen tv a-- * press-; way to bat th is a VV OUR STANDING ARMY • key the men urni-o old of a Constable' ar** J nt and rear of ; .Uh jor <.ei)«*r;il '» hot* IU NI .{<(■ Report Washing'Ion. Nov. >; Ma Schofield, command: g th** 1 Hi- \nnuai t -a* tha’ protect th*' family from talked for a few in:nun -. < JI*-rd jump**! in and ordered him lo throw up his hand'. Grevier >tar-u to wax out when Clifford shot ibm. IL* '.aim- it was a blackmailing scheme. A SENSATIONAL CAREER ENDED. William W. i'otrell Shot *)n« n l»y I tiief of Police <ierralil iii '«4<*t!’ "o:n; t y. Montgomery, Ala.. Nov. *..—The 'en-sational career of WL darn W. Cotrell, who acquired much nob Lety a few* months ago by hi' course w Hie mayor of Cedar Keys, Florida, was ende d here with a loud shot from a gun )■ *h« hands of Chief of Dolic:* • J rri: ti. * ’-elI had been in the cir several day-, drinking freely and aolii st in hi- usna' style. Last night (dom., while the news is very meager it seems that ail of them have gone democratic. fiiiJORNlA STANDS LOYAL. IG 0.1 ■ &»* ■:5C»® 1:5! 7* I >:15 * * ' 7:32 8 s HW ira, i 1,1 1 'set*'(J tor Governor Ivy tho Republicans, '    <>.    Nov. ti.—Complete ‘Vf*d this evening from more ; T'ne precincts in California 'it    francisco and from about I    !*'    '    Pm'incts of this city ^5“®' r ‘P' for governor, more ■■■ u. -and plurality over Pond, |U' ‘a"now that the repub-y" wried the entire state ticket r-■( I a similar plurality. There l    doubt    t hat the repub- ele* red five out of six con-J' "tate, and the indica-,’    .    ru    :ie    entire congressional w’‘i> be republica in. M It? t: SSO ti* St. Dvel. Nov. 6.—Official and unofficial. but complete and estimated returns from all but seven counties of the state, (rep )    '3,Cub, Wilson The plurality for Wilson remaining counties are this plurality down, and committee is claiming Merriam’!* election by over 1,000, while committee claim LOO for give Merriam idem.) 70,348. is 7,610. The expected to cut the republican the democratic Wilson. North Dakota Safely Republican. FA boo, NOV. 6.-Complete returns indicate the legislature publicans out of • * ureic ii i n*- uruiu*.*" slate repub- national c res that the lions has road will have OO remember-, the bal ance divided between the democrats and independents. The Entire ’ Johnson, republican for beati ticket and congress, are elected. cli** ;:4i’ss ’;o8Pa (JC*3 ,:no 8 s NEBRASKA. Sooth Dakota. ;SB 9 * [.tea* [7JO a * ’.DCC.*- ■eelir 1 c-it, for Governor, Certainly Elected. fW N*’r;., Nov. r,.—Boyd (dem.) is M , u jf by 4’000 10 -LOff!) plural-1 the republican ticket below e-ectea. pax11 ire 3* Y1* oncffU’ TE VorW rertm» ■A r-r0* Agen- TV' It]. \b -'    Farmers’ Alii**    Mature,    two    congress- r    county officers. '.J • '-—Seventy-one counties - the f .wing vote for Ona idem.) *15,142, Richards -KL Powers <aiiiance) 59,51)4. *• Egtteen counties yet to hear a v°t4* for Harrison ta i,0‘D,or,5, Cleveland 8,495. , ^option of Saline and Claw Du* a-' boated in the re-I .^cbon of the state and it ; tether they will poll as full ,Lr J -ast presidential election. I; .. J,1 ‘ tn” total vote of these lo Ju 1S’°°°* His very dif-i J ', j1'(ab!** forecasts to what The Alliance Captate** Minneapolis. Nov. **. The    rc turns from South Dakota show the suit is an alliance victory Unlink** ia elected governor. DOUEK i    ...    --    thus    in'uring within tfie house re-and that The legis lature will also be a.1 the defeat of Senator Moody. Indiana. V0v. p.—Returns from the state indi- Indianapoli Of =0 000. democrat!* on joint ballot Washington. n Yiiv (i.—Returns and Sea i i ll, <* ajj counties give Wilson of 6,000. Estimates fr* rn i ' '.I iii ai * .*■    rylnrllitv Of 6,UW. .rep.) (or -ol.Kr.^ a plbrU U Olympia for rap!ta to    aiorlty The reoubbeans hav* ana. KW'- •as t 5 Pol ti,.',.    6    <lone this year for *- „;uS tnree -*»-----*    *    * 50 s * ® ?■* Dr trip*n* i ?u')prnatorlal candi-•'(,* vote of the state will ftffSRooOandtheeandi- r ‘ -eives 7fiOOO nr- Rovd SSP® a*. ^ 30 s i COS'® 15P!® in'1*)' 309* votes is certain now in the lead but N that number. The 'lau.p ti31 ,1; voto w'll exceed 70,-1 the st*? ance 'o the western lc ' '■ p - chiefly made up of r**- Tho repui in tho. legislature.____ Michigan Detroit. Mich., Nov. fourth and eleventh congress tricts return republican pi to! seem to '.now It of the congres'ional put the demo* tats so far along the road to free trade that they won t, b‘- aine to turn into any by-lane. A “ripper” tariff reform bill is promised, and the demand has already gone up that the senate hearken to the voice of the people as uttered in the popular branch and accept whatever tariff legislation reaches it. The outcome will be that the democrats in tho next general election will be on the defensive because of their assault on the whole protective system. Free coinage of silver will also worry them. The western democrats ar** to z man pledged to free coinage, the eastern ones arc opposed to it, and the pressure party will be tremendous. The republicans in the present will try to bear with becoming meekrn the jibes of the triumphant democrats. Many of the bourbon leaders seem to labor under the belief that congress J should cease legislating entirely between , now and the 4th of March, because Lie ; political sentiment of ti).-* country na** ( hanged. But these same leaders not j long ago voted down a constitutional , amendment which would have ended the work of the sitting congress with the election and enabled the new body to begin legislating in January. I odor these cin umstances the republican majority in Die house will go right on legislating ti.I Bs term is up. There won't be any extra session, for the opinion of the cabinet has been practically unanimous that nothing would be gained by this course, and the determination or the president not to issue a proclamation was made known yesterday. lint botwo.n Dec,™- her 1 and March * the republican majority will be able to acquit itself of tim functions imposed upon it. buteo lam-rn- J mad.* *.- cen,,,, part of ,t, war cry in New York city there will hi J terrific howl from >E,d™^rat, rn co,.- Unwell Talknof Illinois* Voting, Bloomington, ll!., Nov. 6.—“I consider the landslide against the republicans 'imply as the usual reaction after victory, and not as vindication of the demotratic course in congress or a repudiation of tile McKinley bill, said I. Ii. Rowell to-day. “Those votes we did lose by the tariff were influenced by democratic misrepresentation of the bill, and not by the bill itself. In the Ia-t moment the German Lutheran preachers and teachers succeeded in influencing their friends to vote tho ent'r* reptile I-can ticket in tend of against Edwaod? alone. The F. M. IL A. is strong in Macon, Dewitt, and Flair counties, but I; does not seem to have changed tnt* * ,t( > of its members much. The tin* weather kept many overconfident republicans at home husking corn. I’ersonal opposition, on account of postoffices and other patronge, gave my opponent IOO republican votes.” •he Tarltt' Ten died Them. Des MoiNE', Nov. 6.—This is the tir-t time in the history of the state that the democrats had a majority of the congressional delegation. It. is not difficult, however, to assign a cause for this political revolution. In 1889 it was prohibition that struck the republican majority and knocked it out of sight on the governorship. This time it was the tariff question that got in its deadly work. Of course there were other causes, but they were largely incidental. The patronage question was one tiling and it had its effect, but it did reach to the farmers, and when the election returns show-steady democratic gains in the rural districts any one versed in Iowa politics can see that something is wrong. That was the case last Tuesday. The fact that McFarland, for secretary of state, gained largely in the towns and citie-, over th** Boies vote shows that prohibition cut but a small figure thi* time. he was arrested for disordm onduct, ami wh“- released on hail I*-!'1 the headquarter- wing ye cg* are-** against Chief Gerrald. Th latter wa'warn* by friends and know ing Cotrell to be a man who shot on sight, was o* hi' guard. This morning Cotrell sent In i challenge to fight a duel, but to this ii * chief paid no attention. About eleven o'* look Cotrell road up to ti;** office w; ' a friend and as soon as he started to enter was shot down. Gerald surrendered to the 'heriff. The sympathy of thecitizet - generally with him. x 300 or Henry County Returns. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] 'Pleasant, Nov. 6.—Complete unreturns in Henry county give, ad- A Circumstantially Convi«t«. I I’ardimed. Tort ka. Kus., Nov. 6.—( Humphrey to-day pardoned Baldwin, of Atchison, eonvi* cd ll. 1's'l, of the murder of his H- • lerer •over nor William January ter. ills a Senator Ouay Sawing Wood. New York, Nov. <7.—A Pittsburg special says:    Senator    Quay is on his way to Florida to rest and refresh himself by fishing for tarpon. He arrived from Beaver to-day just in time to ta';** the fast line for tile east. Senator (juav takes the result of the election very coolly and even good huntoredly. “To what do you attribute the result?” he was asked. “To a lack of votes,” said the senator, as a sly smile wreathed his lips. “It looks to me," he continued, “as though the best, thing to do just now is to saw wood. I ani feeling fir^i rate. \osie,-oay I was completely tired out and did not, know how I was going to bt* abl** to get through the day, but now the strain is off and I am feeling better than for a long time, I will get a good rest in Florida and be back In time for the opening of congress. It looks from the returns as though the farmer and the laboring man had done the* business for us in this state.” JI lion:*.!! y. to the r**tur«- heretofore sent you: SUPREME JUDGE. Kotlm ck. .2.314 Wolfe. <! AUDITOR OF ST VTR. .1,842 Lyons, r. . .2.313 Witter?. *i. : CF \'UREU OC STATE. .1,868 Bene* ai. r.. .2,317 White, ti A l I* HiX KY GENERA I.. .1,853 Stone, v... 3,31 s Mackey, *1 OEUR SUPREME < (HUIT. 1,8 •, Pray. r — .2,317 San key,«!.. 1,855 RE RO IIT UC SIJ PFM I’. COERT. Raymond, r................................. 2,::17 Ivory, (1... 1 A 11 ROAD DOM MISSION! .;. . 1.855 Luke, r. .. .2,:8V5 I)ey, d — DISTRICT JUDGE. 2,862 Traverse. .2,38*1 Leggett, r Fee, r..... .2,2.4f. 2.(8i3 Balli*, d ..2.182 Bul ton, *1. 1,872 Rayne, <1 . . I.Stis I ii this judicial district (second), Bur- ton (dom.), Babb (dem.), and Traverse (rep.) are elected. father dud and I widow. - -i and daughter win was dissatisfied with short time afterwar ’ from th*- effect' of peculiar eircurii'-.aucc . was on purely (fireurnstu: mine to Hie Young Bald- arid a r died is rider ’ic ti on th** budding intrusion. Prof. Koch’* Discovery. Berlin, Nov. * .—Th** di'corery made by Professor Koch, of the Berlin Univer--ity, of ;i method for the cure of consumption by inoculation with attenuated tubercular bacillus is ( Muting the greatest interest among the medical profes-sion and laymen. The VatUmal Zcituwj, which ha' devoted considerable space to consideration of th* subject, say' to day that it is probable that a motion will be introduced in the Prussian Diet 'looking to the establishment of a bacteriological institute which will be under the direction of Professor Koch. Emperor William is deeply interested in the discovery and he receives frequent reports from Professor Koch regarding the progrc" he is making in his experiments. The professor declares that he ' not desirous of deriving any material or personal advantage from his discovery and says that he will make public his method in ail its    details    for    th° benefit of humanity. A Sensational Shooting. London,    Nov.    *■.—A    sensation    was caused by an attempt made to-day upon the life of Dr. Bright, master of the University    college of    Oxford.    The would-be assassin is a woman. She tired two 'hot' from a revolver at the doctor, one of tho bullets penetrating his 'ide. The woman escaped and has not yet been apprehended. Her identity not known. Cleveland Would Sui* England. London,    Nov.    <’>.—Th*- Thats,    com menting on the results of thee!? ctions in th*- United Stat*1', 'ays it will not be easy for th** democrats to find a more able presidential candidate than Mr. Cleveland. ! army. in his annua be asserted that a ”:>r a final peace! , great Iudiam pre- > I humane treatment ' the re'ervation> in th*- pr ■ j proximity of -neb milrary deterthe young and re-L.---to imitate th** deed' of the The time ha' now come win-positive or probac e military the country should dictate policy. The army should b* that it may be prepared at to respond to an J made upon its servk time to assist in a i preparing th** mc 'tates. or the nation 'Crvice in the tim* I ndi ri**ra Hate-mav ; -it* f th- t ant taper WL mg th n* ■jet; sh. at able cai es ar prad ria of ti a! guards, of need. 't v tha Til! lieved to be so man if* consider the subject. lion is >innec*-"ary seaboard cities of ii States should b*- -o 5>r and manned as to b** self defense again'’ the a foreign fleet, and each of t coast' of the United Mat provided with at; adequate going battle 'hip-, apal ie upon th*' broad ocean any which might attempt to m unary stationed ir: notice h may be the same ways in * several 'or active It is be-w’no will emonstra-important United d, armed ■ap, of any a’ sea- fleet of at host dock: *ea- tackiru tie decide th harbor' or destroy commerce. If important sea port' are adequately fortified aud armed, one sn*fit fleet, it is presumed, will be 'wfficient for each of th** great ocean'. The militar policy of the United States w J never require sn- h defense on the northern frontier as pro posed by the fortifica’ ■ and a carefully selec a nucleus for the i force in case an arise    is    suggested factory progress ha' iii board of i " > ted garr’Lon' as concentration of emergency may instead. Satis-been made at Dubuque County Return*. DmrqiTK, la., Nov    6.—Dubuque county complot*;* gives on the state ticket: Democrats 6,660, republicans 2,832. On the congressman: Conch 6,553, Henderson 2,952. Wilt ’.lee* the Scalpers’ Rate'. Chica lo, Nov. *'•.—Chairman I- iniey, of the Western Ba"* nger As-ociation. to-day author;/**d a ’ Il»--s doing business between Kansas City a:, I st. Louis to meet the Scalpers' ra’cs by an open reduction from -7.5 ■ lo ■'**'*,50. Fully two hundred tickets over the Missouri Bacule at the latter ram were discovered by him to be ir; the pos'e"ion of Kansas City scalpers. The matter is expected to precipitate more trouble. A Duchess in Tribulation. New York. Nov. »'.—Judgments aggregating 8676.121 were entered by default to-day in th** county clerk’s office against Lilly Warren Churchill, duchess of Marlborough. The various d**bts are for money loaned and were contracted in Birmingham, England, on September 26th, last. Taking Gar* of the Czar. St. Petek'KERO, Nov. 6.—The police precautions at a1! imperial palaces ha-increased. No loiterers are permitted in the vicinity of the Anitchkoff winter palate. The railway stations between 8:. Petersburg and Gats -hina art* doubleguarded and the minutest examinations are made of every route traversed by the czar. Crispi aint Capriti. Rome, Nov. * —Signor < r;spi. the Italian prime minister, who is to meet General Von Caprivi. the German Chancellor. at Milan, arrived in that city today. Ii** was received at the railway station by n number of officials, aud, after exchanging greetings with them, he entered a carriage and was driven to the Hotel ( avour. Watervleit in the fabrication of the experimental guns and mortars of th* highest type. General Sehofield d*-rB • at length the straits :<> wh < ; t lie department I.as been pa: uv the pas- lei- s-' at ion red rn ng th*- num* • r f privat* in the armv. He wants the Jm*t raised t< at least '10,00*). and 'ay- with* ut til'.' number th** peace organ, ati *n annot be made thorough y * ffe* tiv>- aud cannot be relied upon for 'crvfi * whici may immediate!v I *• re .nip a <f regular troops in any emergency and before ranks can be filled by re? runs or volunteer' called into th*- field, lr. this connection tile genera, suggest* whenever such increase is made til** provision be made for the organization of a large battalion of young men hetw- n the ag**s of sixteen and twenty year', selected with respect to their intelligence and good character, with a view to their **du- C’ut lier CIUIiI’h Threat. Philadelphia. Pa.. Nov. *i.—Barbara Lamorecht killed her six-year-old daughter Mary, this morning, by cutting her throat with a razor. She then attempted suicide with the sam*' weapon. Sh** wa' laboring under a fitof temporary insanity I at the limo. The Crarowich on His Travel*. Vienna, Nov. 6.—The c arowieh arrived to-day on his way to Trieste. He was met at til** station by the emperor and several arch-dukes. The greeting' exchanged were of a most cordial nature. Major McKinley Welt Satisfied. Canton, O., Nov.lh— Major McKinley said this afternoon to an Associated Press reporter that while conceding his probable defeat by a small majority, he is greatly satisfied with the result. He said the issue was between a protective tariff and a tariff for revenue only, clear and distinct, and nothing else (uttered into the canvass. His bill was tho cen-of the assault. The results, lie ro tor gard) I over as a signal victory. .900 democratic in Tho third, ional discon pressmen. tricts return *> h., j doubt. The eighth aud ninth are sun The other six go democratic. eVcss against re ipportlouate legislation ft the hurt session. Hut the census lias K taken and there is no reason why been .. * * former years should not bellowed and the reapportionment bill | Gassed This is the first duty to which ■" address itself. A majority of these counties last year was reduced to about two hundred this year. He carried his own ward and city and county by large majorities, showing unprecedented gains. >1 ie Iii Ran. Detroit, Nov. 6, — It Is thought the whole democratic state ticket is elected by from 6.oho to 15,000 plurality. The legifiatvro is democratic. The first, second, fifth, sixth, seventh and tenth congressional districts have gone democratic, and the third, fourth, ninth and elevonh republican—the eighth Is in doubt. Serious Explosion af a Celebration. Mn i.KKSFalls, Mass., Nov. 6.—At a democratic celebration here la-t night a spark from a bon.fire fell into a box of powder, which exploded, fatally injuring one man and serious: v wounding two others. Took the Oath a* Regent. Ll NEmeer*., Nov. 6.—The duke of Nassau to-day took the oath as regent of the grand duchy of Luxemburg. 11 ** expressed hope thai th** king of Holland, who is he air* grand duke of Luxemburg, would recover from th** illness from which Explosion of NapthaGas. Lox ti Isl and (ITX. Nov. 6. — Au explosion of naptha ira- at the Standard oil works to-day fatally injured Patrick HaJioran. Two other men were serious ly is suffering. King William Worse. The Ha*.i e, Nov. 6.—King William i' our'*' to-day. BISMARCK THE PREMIER. iv injured. ■i T fj t h q "'■JALL3 TO 32 RETIRED. Montana. Helena. Mont., Nov. 6. Bean committee claim ■ ■•• have a small majority, but Dixon tion is generally conto *-.(    g    jn The democrats claim two majora. the state senate. _______ ,Iat are. The repub-Carter will ’s elee-200 to -IOO. the house win WHO WILL BE SPEAKER: After It-tit lier Sp*' 'niger'* Oln»m»-I*,it<'h Candidate*. The democrats j hot*. «.e'v*n | ha\ *ng ca . nb]e for the high offices i Depew Blames the McKinley La’-v. New York, Nov. 6.—Chauncey M. Depew, in an interview, gives it as his opinion that it was the McKinley aw—not the legitimate results of the McKinley law, but the effect of its going into operation only thirty days before the election that caused such universal defeat of the republican party throughout the United State'. r p.** PULE;. I rO »; DO ti I atWJ .    Concede the Legitda- ;p.., .. s opponents ivar. v r fit- rnr)fj,7 ov fj*—At an early remittee r‘rn tbe republican cen-' ,neai!s vS?6* lhat the opposi-• ? '-a'-’:re t- 0 11 majority in :°n()f tho Lney also concede tho ‘ticket"wi'/h te arniers’ Alliance ■Dli ?5[0-j.‘T;7!e exception of gover-Cir* ‘vn ,'0nkrre?smen. dt kI T?v- —Returns re-•n ivansas do not change Tlie I’ennsylvanlB Leg’-s },in; ...........  Yov.    6.—Complete re s-..tp legislature shows the turns on the, ..... -naioritv    of 56 on republicans nave a majoru. joint ballot._________ «»» republican .'"ll arvey, tim rep u bl u'an can ? didate for delegate to < one. - by 1,873 plurality.    -- for fifty be the same sc that took p!ac< forty-eighth congress. Ti""1 the the recol-democratic Deny: from the Colorado AH Right. Xov. 6 —Unofficial returns state give the following ma-Townsend (rep.) 3,845 and rcgitbo    ^    for    ti’-    Routt    (rep.)    3,644.    Tho    republicanswill fortv-sixtn eighth congress forty- two year- congresses and there intervener Knifer. The field zas in the forty-ntiemen who had control by Mr. is not open now. as it was is elected —One dollar opf-r* next week. evuts elect the remainder of t!ie state ticaet with the exception of treasurer, superintendent of public instruction, and attorney general. The legislature on joint ballot wiii stand:    Republicans    49,    demo crats 26, a democratic gain of 14. T his insures the re-electian of Teller to the a‘l I d*»Ffortthe P"kcrshIp caadi(1ates I Unite,I State, senate. eighth    of    "the"’    house    or    for as cand*- •'eiiators Gorman aud Ilolpli Interviewed. Washington, Nov. 6.—Senator Gorman, in un interview livre to-day, said the victory of the democracy was an expression of the people against radical measures such as the republicans had brought forth during this congress. The senator was asked if he thought the victory would be lasting or if it would give tile democrats the next president. “It depends upon their course. If they are cautious and conservative they may expect a long lease of power." Senator Do!ph. in explanation of result of the election, 'aid to-day it an “off year,” and the friends oi tariff were inactive, while those on other side were working with all their might. “The manufacturers.” be said, “got what they wanted when the McKinley bill passed, and they did not care any more about it. The result would A Provision Firm AxHigns. Boston, Nov. 6.—\V. G. Bell a Co., dealers in provisions, have assigned. It is expected the liabilities will be heavy. The members decline to make any statement. Christian Worker*. Hartford, Conn., Nov. 6.—Tin* fifth annual convention of the Christian workers in th** Upited States and Canada opened here this morning with a large attendance. the was the th*' have been different if the passage of the bill had not been delayed until just before election. The artificial increase in prices made in some commodities without the slightest reason, also had an effect.” Us Kl ce I lent Dualities Command to public approval the California liquid f rn it remedy Syrup of Figs. It is pleasing to the eye, and to the taMe and by acting gently on the kidneys, iiver and bowels, it cleanse' the system effectually, thereby promoting the health and comfort of all who use it. A Knitting Company Aswignn. Becater, IIL, Nov. 6.—The Alexander Knitting company have mad** an assignment; asset', $85,000; liabilities. ?75,000. Serious Charges Preferred. Chicago, Nov. 6.—Serious charges were preferred in court to-day against Leopold Brothers & Co. who failed a few A Care or No Pay, All diseases arising from a deranged liver, or frotn impure blood, as India, blotches, pimples, sc*lp disease, scrofulous sores and sw**U-ings and consumption (which is lung scrofula) in Its early stages, are cured by Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery, or the money paid for it will be promptly returned. Sold by druggists under a duly ex* en ted certificate of guarantee from the manufacturers. Forced Into His Position by Threats of Abdication by the King Bf run, Nov. 6.—Just how Bismarck I took th** final step into tin* position of J the leading statesman of Prussia has a1- j ways been unwritten history. The Muen-chener Altin unhic Zeituwj, 'till very close to th*- ex-chanceilor, iii it' efforts j to stem the ride of adverse newspaper comment on Bismarck'- record, gives a I detailed description of the significant | event, aud moreover guarantees the cor- I redness of its information. Von Roor, j minister of war, had called Bismarck home from France. The king received ! him in th** park of Habelsberg. As Bismarck approached th** king banded him the copy of his announceim nt of his abdication which h** was about to have published. Bismarck looked astounded, and remarked quickly that in Prussia such a document should be impossible. “I have Tried everything,” -aid the king, “yet I have found no alternative. Again-t my conviction.' I cannot rule. My ministers are against, me. My own son sides with them. You have already been with him. If I cannot»come to at understanding with you ! shah send this announcement of my abdication to tin* Gazette, and then rn7 son can see what he can do. To > irrender ti)** reorganization of the army is against my convictions. To violate them is to rn** a violation of duty.” Bismarck answered that lie had called on the crown prince merely in response a summons, and that he had refused cation for th*- service us non-commissioned officers and officers either of th*-regular forces or *: »* militia, privilege being given to such young men to enlist for a regular 1 .'-rind of service, or to receive honorable discharges at their own option, at the expiration of the course of instruction. Such a school would be of urea! value to the military service *>f the country. It is suggested thai steps be taken without delay to organize in a1! of th** seaboard stat**' a due proportion of heavy artillery militia batteries for the service of fortifications in those states, and that the'** batteries be reported to the war department in order thai place- of instruction be a'-signed to them, where they can spend an annual encampment in company with the regular troops and under th* immediate instructions of ac* omplished artillery officers. Regimental organizations for such artillery batteries are not necessary. In tile interest of economy, probably biennial instead of annua! instruction of infantry troop' for Held exercise or. a large scale will be found sufficient. In conclusion, General Schofield says s* \< ra! measures enacted bythepr* '*mt eongres-will prove of great and lasting benefit to the military service, and *h*' zeal and I fidelity with which the duties of the army have been performed merit com-j mendation. How Hevere Col*!* ;ire Broken Up in Montana. From the Virginia City (Mont.) Ma * s n an. 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 His. Such a medicine we found Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, last winter, when la grippe was prevailing. We are satisfied that we warded off several attacks that were threatening by the use of this syrup, and we have since relieved, In a few hour', severe cold', and In the course of two or three days. entirely broken them up by use, a-have several of our friends to whom we have recommended it. it - a rial it is represented to be by th** anufa lurers. I? you have a cough aud .vane Chamberlain’s Cough Remeor work. For sale by druggists. up It- Malden who has Keen reading -> va v of «, -odd- I - ng foatrl mon al ■Mamma, you knew papa quit*- th- French affiances*)— well before you married him. didn't your i> —“I thought I did." Mamma kuI- to Complexion powder is in absolute nee* ssiry of the refined toilet in this climate. Pczzoni'a combines every «*l(*iu*-ntof teautv and purity. *«f O’ ;