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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Scenes Farwell since bis confidnnt has not gone derao tnilio latest and most e cotfrom Chairman will not be the next rilinols John 1almer uji all nope slroo the settled But the way it i as if the republicans j received word from are very uncertain for That in Such a report wouldnt they felt at all I understand from Democrats If that oppose those two farmers iwcn heard from have gone I am a blasted city Mend of the mo bloated and f of Mmer if the democrats have have carried the state intifthey nit For go Do I look worrying and rush to get the news h I dont care if I Driving me any I wbo therepublican state Concedes the legisla but claims the state ticket by nncing from to state central committee ceucede the claims of state ticket so in from south irshowing heavy democratic the situation The only posi tlve chauge is the certain election of Broderick over Moonlight deni 1 in the first congressional district The state ticket Is still In with chances favoring the Farmers The Democrats Capture the Senator SEW Associated Press reports show the democrats will have on joint ballot eightyone votes against seventyuino for tho This insures tho election of a democratic suc cessor to Senator Rockwell Is elected to congress from thfl twentyeighth district by loss than 100 Tho latest returns make this showing although tho republicans claim Noycs McKInleya Defeat lack of tele graph facilities in Holmes county pre vents ascertaining exactly the vote in McKinleys McKinley con codes Warwicks election by about three and this will bo verified unless the vote of tho precincts in Holmes coun which is estimated will show unex pected gains for the official county in Stark and Holmes counties changes the present vow McKin ley is defeated by 227 republican state committee still claim the election of Poonnan in the trict over JTOVEMBER t 15 Some of the Things Responsible for Republican This Time the TarllT ely In IowaOpinion In an in repor W aD Press Inrinf DT who has lust elected by five thousand mai0ritysafd attributed to the unpre cldented success of the democratic to the first session of the present conl gress the republican majority n the house adopted most arbitrary and des overturned lto w regsrdto r counties of Illi oat of a total of Budred and five Amberg tostate a plurality of Wilson Kaab superintendent of public in to a plurality of over Paab carried by a not only in Cook Chicazo is but also lead throughout the state in Harrisons majority in tha returns from ith Illinois district indicate proba deeat of Congressman Payson by Snow The figures are itlitEleventli llllnoin Spsatl to lie HawkEyeJ official can votes in Hancock county shows State snpcrintcndent of Ed dem Eepresentatives of the The vole as DOW reported on repre fres in tlie wentyf ourth senatorial hn verurne the precedents of a hundred years un seated democratic members who were al ready elected by overwhelming major eSaaSSed a forcc bii wWch Vas IpxvaB Delegation in Congress Will Sbtnd Six Republicans and Vive Demo fromthe State W HaTOfc I democrat are Cables 59 Cables majority f The entire democratic ticket is majorities from BOO to m Democratic Majority of this evening received a telegram saying Edwards wo are found by to hive been elected to the General on reading said This makes 103 s on joint a majority of Ihe the general the all three of fie were pledged to his t oa ballot for Unittd States fraak Lawlor Defeat republicans I Cook in which Chicago is to the head of their tlie precincts heard from uu 51 tie figures give Gilbert t a plurality over Lawler candidate for county is by Kern is a and KANSAS An estimate of the result in the legislature of Kansas give the following figures Republicans seventyfive including Farmers Alliance and Of the seventyfive republicans about fif teen senators pledged themselves to vote according to the will of the people of their districts and expressed by their Nine of the districts re turned Alliance To secure reelec tion Ingalls must control S4 The legislature is nowapparently against him by fifteen votes at least and possibly Chairman Buchauau of the Kansas state central committeetele graphs the Associated Press that Hum phry is elected All but eighteen counties have aplurality of These eighteen counties have a to tal vote of only and they may be counted upon the increase his Craic is elected to congress from the Twentyfourth defeating An drew Stewart by over This district in 1SSS gave Ray Complete figures have now been received from every district in the The new delegation will stand 17 republicans and 11 a gain of four for the Complete re turns from every county foot up a plural ity for Pattison for governor of a democratic gain compared with 1SS3 of Though the republican candidate for is thus all his colleagues on the state ticket are elected by decisive ma Connecticut Very The Cour revised figures indicate the Con necticut legislature will stand 7 17 democrats 133 119 The repub lican majority on joint ballot of The state vote at the present time shows Merwin Morris scattering Morris lacks 31 of a In this calculation 14 towns are The legis lature is republican on joint ballot by eight or Congressmen Lewis Sper first district second Charles third Robert are New Returnsfrom small towns cive Tatle for gov Amsiien Fletcher The republicans claim ten to twenty majority in the house and the democrats claim from two to Tho republicans concede the election of Daniell in the second congressional This gives the democrats the two congress men fmm this Both parties claim the The information from Arkansas is to the effect that olh clal returns from nine connties in the second district and close estimates of the remaining counties give Breckinridge about 700 Both parties still claim the first district and it may take the official count to decide the contest there In the fourth Ferry is elected by a big and while the news from the other is very meager it to be safe to say wc Intended to perpetuate republican premacy Thls policy hadthe effect of exasperating the democrats to a degree thoroughly dis gusted the better element of therepubiican The McKinley bill also furnished a political issue on which the democrats were thoroughly united and republican fortunately Tho united demo cratlc piny arousing the country on the tariif ques tion and made a most determined and aggressive light against the McKinley bill and high protective Gen erally farmers organizations began to discuss the tariff as one of the causes of agricultural Working men in the cities became satisfied that the costofiiving was being increased with out any possible means of increasing The consumers generally were confronted with a condition of more ex pense in living without increased re muneration that the benefit of protec tion Insures to a very small proportion of society and that trust and combines had been promoted to prevent honest COMMENT IN An Immense Amount of Lyiuc About the McKinley ment in Washington runs much in the same Republicans and democrats agree that Secretary ISlaine was right has grown Nearly every leading democratic representative had admirers who think he is just the and some democrats who are not leaders except to thoir own minds arc ready to their own The task of presiding over the undisciplined mob which will make up the majority is one that a modest man should shrink The William Springer is not a modest and It can be taken for granted that he will not shrink from pressing his claims on his fellow Springer has really some right to ask honors at the hands of his As a faultfinder he is a good parliamentarian and ho has invented a code of if would clog the legislative wheels right The speakership is not a new ambition to He was once a rival of but was defeated through the maneuvers of of who was at that time the leading force in the democratic coun Morrison has somewhat faded from view just now and Springer will have the unmolested support of the Illinois Tho withdrawal of Carlisle to an other scene of and death of and that of leave the practical choice limited to parliamen tarians like of Georgia of Texas of Ten nessee of and of gentlemen who heretofore have had ah experience as party circumscribed by what plight be termed without personal dis paragement the overlordship of Carlisle and Randall in a much smaller of Mills claim will be founded on his services in securing the passage of the tariff bill in the fiftieth congress which bears his During the past session ho has rarely been in his so busy has been his educational campaign in the sections where he thought the people needed The management of his partys interests has been left to the gentlemen mentioned above and a few Breckinridge and Mcllillcn bore the burden with Bynum of the resistance to the MclCinley tariff and Crisp led on contested election who is ambitious candi date for the speakership if the Farmers Alliance do not pick oat some other has not been us active as His reliance is on his record as the farmers friend but farmers are not more grate ful or keener of recollection than soind other and the Missourian will have to fight for the placu if he gets lie WE CAPTURE The Entire Republican Ticket Elected by Small Special to Tno DES now looks as if the entire republican stato ticket has been Complete unofficial re turnsfrom seventyfive counties have been received as Hen liuena Cass Claytgn J87 days by Bernheimor Sons of New Tho complaining lirm ac cuse the Leopolds of having falsely stated their standing to the commercial that some of the judgments entered were without consideration and that number of book accounts were assigned to rela tives who are not THE ITOB PIENK Jaspe Jclter reon 1SIB Bins in tie districts rote is where tlie ffiFOBKIi STANDS Elected for Governor uy the s that ail of them have gone received this evesing from more Tto Precincts in California ol San Francisco and from about of the precincts of this city for more i thousand plurality over show that the repub carried the entire state ticket similar There M no doubt that the repub elected nve out of sis con tne and the indlca Jut tie entire congressional will be for Certainly is ernor by to plural s the republican ticket below IkYtK iected Tho Farmers Al lle two congress it of the county counties ve the following vote for d Richards rowers alliance Wen counties yet to hear Eave a vote for Harrison Cleveland Won of Saline and Claw re all located in the re section of the stato and it e last presidential of the total vote of these lum oe It is very dif Recasts to what done this year for gubernatorial candi and unoffi but complete and estimated returns from all but seven counties of t he give Merriam son The plurality for Wilson is 7 010 The remaining counties are expected to cut this plurality the republican committee is claiming Merriams election by over while the democratic committee claim GOO for North Safely are the defeat of Senator Moody cato a democratic majority when he told the republican leaders in congress It was a bad year to raise du The natural reaction after the presidential year made a democratic ma jority but under more favor able conditions the size of the majority might have been kept within That an immense amount of lying was done about the effects of the McKiniey bill all the republican managers while at the same time admitting the time of its passage was a tactical Their hindsight shows them that the republi can congressmen ought to have bad at least three months to explain its provi sions on the stump and to let the artifi cial rise in prices run Its Free which was to be the drawing card in the doesnt take effect until next but there was hardly a chance to explain Tho defeat of republican members of the ways and means com mittee in districts which had safe re publican majorities is accounted for on this Next to the tariff there isnt much question that the hole made in the sur plus caused a good many taxpayers to view with favor a change In the The republican majority kept its pledge to the soldiers and enacted the promised pension The great Increase in the annual appropriations was almost wholly due to yet tho veterans dont seem to have taken an overwhelm ing interest in tho fortunes of the con gressmen who were so good in voting the public money to Many districts where the soldier vote was to insure re publican representatives have given round majorities for the democratic can Seven democrats profited more by the river and harbor bill than their yet it made part of tho cry against the majority for reckless legisla who in his position as chairman of tho appropriations com shut off jobs on the treasury which ran up Into the It Is fair to assume that the taxpayers didnt have time to fully inform them selves of congressional its a poor election table which doesnt afford some crumbs of comfort to the defeated After the majority in tho house passed twentyfive therepubiican leaders didnt care whether it went to one hun dred or It is big enough to he un wieldy and they are The re sponsibility for legislation preceding the presidential year is an embarrassment of riches to the The echoes of exultant party hurrahs which reach the national capitol seem to show that the result of the congressional elections has put tho democrats so far along the road to free trade that they wont be able to turn into any A ripper tariff reform bill is and the demand has already gone up that the senate hearken to the voice of the people as ut tercd in tho popular branch and accept whatever tariff legislation reaches The outcome will bo that the democrats In tho next general election will bo on the defensive because of their assault on the whole protective Free coin age of silver will also worry The western democrats are to a man pledged to free the eastern ones are op posed to and the pressure within the party will be The republicans in the present house will try to bear with becoming meekness the jibes of the triumphant Many of tho bourbon leaders seem to labor under the belief that congress should cease legislating entirely between now and the 4th of because the political sentiment of the country has But these same leaders not long ago voted down a constitutional amendment which would have ended the work of tho sitting congress with the election and enabled the new body to be gin legislating in Under these circumstances tho republican majority in the house will go right on legislating till its term is There wont be any extra session for the opinion of the cabinet has been practically unanimous that nothing would be gained by this course and tho determination of tho president not to issue a proclamation was made known But between Decem ber land March 4 the republ can ma his candidacy might get its fore legs tangled with General Clarks conten tion for his old as clerk of the Touching the office of clerk of the besides General the only known candidate is tho saud hill humorist from North who will be succeeded in the fiftysecond con gress by an Alliance If the speaker be a as it seems most likely he will and the office of clerk of the house is not re claimed by C5eneral it may go to some northern possibly to some New Yorker if the right efforts are Tho doorkeepers place will prob ably be awarded as to the as the postmastership and the sergeantatarmss position will be to the The attempt to bring out Judge Crisp as a candidate for tho senate was in tho interests of tlie enemies of Govenor Gor it is stated not with the approbation of Judge The friends of this popular leade of the house say that he has not given a serious thought to the senatorship so far as concerns his own Interest in man of the first Missouri in an interview with a Republic reporter this announced that he was a candidate for tho speakership of the next house of in an interview an nounced his candidacy for the speaker ship of the next His majority is the largest he ever and nearly three times as large as his major ity two years He thinks the pro priety of putting a northern and western man in the chair will be recognized by the majority of democrats and that his chances are Kossuth Lee Linn iouisl Lyon Muhaeka Mamluill Marion Mills Mitchell Monoaua Montgomery MuBcatine Oiiricn Palo Alto Plymouth Iocuhontas rolk Powcahlck Kinirgold Scott Tamil Tuylur Union Van Huron Varrtn Wayne WVlister Winnebogo Woodlmry Wright 3188 4137 MB 7211 1WJ7 3H3 Sff Hill 1495 tft7 222C 10111 S2l H43 1IS7 11174 2112 14 niw 23111 232 3t4 2241 1856 2037 705 3IM3 1011 1241 1725 182 3IB 17KO MBO IW7 MSI TOO 1KB 188J 220 833 1334 135s 15H 620 1538 siss ISM 1012 1BCI 2278 1KB 4zil liiT 2110 2200 IffiiS ires 1122 1233 272T I SSI 41111 171W 1275 lOIKt 1018 17115 189 1712 SOU Grain Elevator and Mult Bon e llurned at Early this morn ing Wells elevator and malt house burned to tho and the Intense heat caused the nlevator across the river to burst out its side and a stream of flax seed poured Into the In the burned elevator were about bush els of whle is a total The total loss is on which there is an insurance of A Xuinber of ISullUiuKit tonight destroyed the cooper shop of the Phila delphia Cooperage company on Otsego a soap factory and the spice mill of on Swanson and the large storage warehouse owned by the Pennsylvania railroad Loss covered by Shortly after midnight a fire broke out In tho rear of Stolls brewery and as the wind wasblow STRICKEN WITH Lord Chief Justice ColeridgeDaa gsrously Hlx Condition 00 Precarious that Wife XlaB Keen Summoned to His Side Secretary Bal fonrs Chief Justice while presiding over the court of the queens bench division this morn was stricken with He was promptly conveyed to an where he was found to be In so precarious a condition that his wife was summoned to his The who hur ried to the assistance of Lord are now doing all that Is possible to re lieve the sufferings of their distinguished Late tonight they pronounce his condition not so yond Despite the efforts of the citizens East Main street was soon in ashes and soon the frame buildings on Front street were Nearly fifty including tne entire business portion of the wore destroyed by two oclock and the residence portion seemed f be but the wind shifted about oclock and the fire which threatened to completely wipe out tho was soou tiudcr The aggregate losses are estimated at The Insurance is about The fire is thoughtto bo of incendiary A KANSAS CITY Tallin of Illinois con sider the landslide against the republi cans simply as the usual reaction after and not as vindication of the demotratic course in congress or a re pudiation of the McKinley said Eowell Those votes we did lose by the tariff were influenced by dem ocratic misrepresentation of the and not by the bill In the last mo ment the German Lntheran preachers and teachers succeeded in influencing their friends to vote the entire republi can ticket instead of against Edwaods The is strong in and Platt but it does not seem to have changed the votes of its members The fine weather kept many overconfident repub licans at home husking Personal on account of postoffices and other gave my opponent 300 or 400 republican Senator Juay NEW Pittsburg special says Senator Quay Is on his way to Florida to rest and refresh him self by fishing for Ho arrived from Beaver today just in time to take the fast line for the Senator Quay takes the result of the election very coolly and even good To what do you attribute the result he was To a lack of said the as a sly wreathed his It looks to he as though the best thing to do just now is to saw I am feeling first Yester day I was completely tired out and did not know how I was going to be able to get through tho but now the strain is off and I am feeling better than for a long I will get a good rest In Florida and be back In time for the opening of It looks from the returns as though tho farmer and tho laboring man had done the business for us in this These figures give McFarland about 500 over with 2t counties to hear which in 1SS9 gave Uutehinson a majority of over The ratio of gain as figured tonight is a little more than 100 to a This will keep tip in the average and insures McFarianda plurality to be at least with every indication that official figures will in crease it to As to the balance of the state ticket Beeson is tonight con sidered elected and conceded by demo cratic It will take tho official count to determine between Dey and Luke with tne chances somewhat In favor of the Not enough figures have been received to base any estimate on any other than the head of the As to congressmen there are no material Flicks majority is reduced to about while in the sixth White will have nearly Otherwise it is about the same as indi cated this The Tnrllr Terrified DES This Is the first time in the history of the state that the democrats had a majority of the con gressional It is not to assign a cause for this polit ical In 1S39 it was prohibi tion that struck the republican majority and knocked It out of sight on the gov This time it was the tariff question that got in its deadly Of course there were other but they were largely The patronage question was one thing and it had its but it did reach to the and when tho election returns show steady democratic gains in the rural dis tricts any one versed in Iowa politics can see that something is That was the case last The fact that for secretary of gained largely in the towns and cities over the Boies vote shows that prohibition cut but a small figure this A Travelinff Mnu Shuotri Ills Wires KANSAS the wellknown cattle was shot and fatally wounded this after noon by Charles a Xew Vork traveling salesman at the hotel Grevier had Laid considerable attention to Clifford and her husband sus pected their relations were not entirely This afternoon he saw Gre vier enter his wifes and going up to get into his wifes room found the door was and oa trying it he heard a scuflle and then the key When he rushed into the room Mrs Clifford explained that Grevier had made insulting propositions to Clif ford drew a revolver and shot Grevier four in his antemortem said he went to the hotel to see the to pay a board She was out and Clifford asked him into her bed saying she would got After they had talked for a few Clifford jumped in and ordered him to throw tip his Grevier started to walk out when Clifford shot He claims it was a blackmailing A SENSATIONAL CAREER vote of state estimates from estimates of ate heavy majority in tho J and the candi stioi votes is certain wyd is now In the lead but Mnlsvhat Ulnber1Ehe alliance in the western te Is chiefly made up of re the LegiBla an early the republican con ades that the opposi a majority in y also concede the t wiT8 Farmers Alliance E of govcr rc om Kansas do not change The other six go ber an jority will be able to acquit itself of the Unctions imposed upon Since Tam many made tho census part of its war Try in New York city there wi 1 be a bowl from the democrats in con repub lican committee claim wm have a small but tion is generally in The democrats claim two maji the state republicans have a majority 01 joint Oklahoma Gone he house will address Springers Slr s BB SPEAKER After ItOther Major McKlnlev AVeU McElnley S H this afternoon to an Associated Tress reporter that while his proba ble defeat by a small he is greatly satisfied with the He said the issue was between a protective tariff and a tariff for revenue clear and and nothing else entered into the Ilis bill was the cen ter of the The he re gards as a signal A majority of over democratic in counties last year was reduced to about two hun dred this He carried his own ward and city and county by large showing unprecedented Henry County Special to The HawkEyeJ un official returns in Henry county ad to the returns heretofore sent yon SCPUEME AUD1TOU OF TIIEASUKEK Of ATTOHXEY CLEHK SCIREME KEPOKTCIt KA1LHOAD DISmiCT In this judicial district Bur ton and Traverse are Uunuqne County county complete gives on the stato ticket Democrats republicans On the congressman Conch Hender son is thought the wjjple democratic state ticket is elected jrfrbm to The legiEjatvro is The seventh and tenth congressional districts have gone demo and the ninth and eievenh eighth Is In Senators Gorman anil Xlolph Gor in an interview here said tho victory of the democracy was an ex Cotrell Shot Down by ChiefoC Police Gerrulii in sen sational career of William who acquired much notoriety a few months aco by his course while mayor of Cedar was ended hero with a loud shot from a in hands of Chief of Police Cotrell had been in the city several drinking freely and acting In his usual Last night he was arrested for disorderly when released on bail left the head quarters v vengeance against Chief The latter was warned by friends and knowing Cotrell to be v man who shot on was ot his This morning Cotrell sent him a challenge to fight a but to this the chief paid no About oclock Cotrell road up to the office with a friend and as soon as he started to enter was shot Gerald surrendered to the The sympathy of the citizens is generally with A Circumstantially murderer Humphrey today pardoned William of convicted of the murder of his His father died and left fortune to the son and Young Bald win was dissatisfied with his and a short time afterwards flic sisier died from the effects of choloroform under peculiar The conviction was on purely circumstantial Will Meet the of the Western Passenger today authorized all lines doing business between Kansas City and Louis to meet the Scalpersrates by an open re duction from to Fully two hundred tickets over the Missouri Pa cific at the latter rate were discovered by him to bo in the possession of Kansas City The matter is expected to precipitate more congresses and the forty TWO dldate for delegate to by One dollar opera lor fifty cents next all Depew Blames the McKinley NKW Chaunccy De in an gives it as his opin ion that It was the McKinley not the legitimate results of the McKinley but the effect of Its going Into oper ation only thirty days before the election that caused such universal defeat of the republican party throughout the United Colorado Ail returns fromthe state give the following ma jorities Townsend and Routt The republicans will elect the remainder of the state ticket with the exception of superin tendent public and attor ney The legislature on joint ballot will standEepublicans demo crats a democratic gam of 14This insures the reelectian of Tellerto the pression of the people against radical measures such as the republicans had brought forth during this The senator was asked if he thought the vic tory would bo lasting or if it would give tho democrats the next It depends upon their If they cantlous and conservative they may ex pect a long lease of Senator In explanation of the result of the said today it was an off and tha friends of the tariff were while those on the other side were working with all their The he got what wanted when the Mc Kinley bill and they did not care any more about The result would have been different if the passage of the bill had not delayed until just before The artificial Increase in prices made in some commodities with out the slightest also had an A XnchesR in NEW ag gregating were entered by de fault today in tho county clerks office against Lilly Warren duchess of The various debts are for money loaned and were contracted in September Cnt Her ChlidH Lamorecht killed her sixyearold daugh ter this by cutting her throat with a She then attempted suicide with tho same She was laboring under a fit of temporary insanity at the Explosion at a a democratic celebration here night a spark from fell into a box of which fatally injur ing one man and seriously wounding two implosion of japtha LOXG Isijofn ex plosion of naptha gas at the Standard Oil works today fatally injured Patrick Two other men were serious ly A Provision Bell dealers In have It is expected the liabilities will be The members decline to make any state Christian fifth annual convention ot the Christian workers in the United States and Canada opened here this morning with a large Its Excellent Qualities Command to public approval the Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of It Is pleasing to the and to the taste and by acting gently on the liver and It cleanses the system thereby promoting the health and comfort of all who use Welali Delegates Make a delegates sent by the Welsh tin plate interests to Amer ica to study the situation In the United States as affected by the McKidley have returned home and made a report which has relieved the anxiety under which the Welsh tin plate makers have been TestinirrThey declare that even with the aid by the tariff on the foreign article it will be impossible for American manufacturers to produce tin plate at a price and of a quality which will materially injure tha demand for the Welsh The increased cost to the consumer after tho tariff goes in to they undoubtedly cause some falling off in tho amount but this decrease must he com paratively small in an article of neces sity like the natural result of tho in creased costbeinir In other less essential The tin plate deposits in America are spoken of as wholly 3Tore Trouble at little excitement was occasioned In Tlpperary yesterday by reports that a number of evicted ten ants had secretly redeemed their hold but were afraid to return to take possession of Suspicion having fallen on Michael a foreman mechanic employed on some buildings in New a crowd gathered op posite his house in the new town and be gan assailing him with opprobrious epi A force of armed police the mob was and a guard was placed around the where it was naintained throughout the This morning OConnor went openly to the office of the estate and obtained the key of his old Smith the having supplied him with and OConnor soon had his furni ture and other effects removed to old under the protection of a large escort of Constables are now stationed at the front and rear of the building to protect the family from Kochs discovery made by Professor of the Berlin Univer of a method for the cure of con sumption by inoculation with attenuated tubercular bacillus is exciting the great est Interest among the medical profes sion and The which has devoted considerable space to consideration of the says today 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 direc tion of Professor Emperor Wil liam is deeply interested In the discovery and he receives frequenL reports from Professor Koch regarding the progress he is making in his The professor declares that he is not desirous of deriving any material or per sonal advantage from his discovery and says that he will make public his method in all its details for the benefit of A Sensational sensation was caused by an attempt made today upon the life of master of the University college of The wouldbe assassin is a She fired two shots from a revolver at the one of the bullets penetrating his The woman escaped and has not yet been Her Identity is not Cleveland Would Suit com menting on the results of the elections In the United says it will not be easy for tho democrats to find a more able presidential candidate than Cleve Talcinc Caru of tho police precautions at all imperial palaces has No loiterers are permitted in tho vicinity of tho Anitchkoff winter The railway stations between Petersburg and Gatschinaare double guarded and the minutest examinations are made of every route traversed by the Crispi and the Italian prime who is to meet General Von the German Chan at arrived in that city to He was received at the railway station by a number of after exchanging greetings with he entered a carriage and was driven to the Hotel todlscnss the before am inter view the All thought ol I dlcation must be given up at king balanced the paper in his hand a J lev minutes and then inquired you try to rale without a forttyy And without a budget And without yielding the reorganiza tion of the army Then here Is my Bismarck the four quarto page covered the kings fine handwrit The first point concerned the sentation of cities and manors in around which a violent quar rel had already t Your said de the question at Issue is not about district assemblies it is abont ability of the kinp or the ability ot par liament to rule Settle this ques tion and all else will settle If your majesty will trust me so far I will undertake the bnt without pro After a short silence the king He and Bismarck were walking over a V1 little bridge and he began to tear upthe r As he dropped the pieces on the planks picked them up as he said Your majesty perhaps might find them and every in this vicinity knows your The king put the remnant of the pro gram in his coat discussed short ly the dismissal of the acting minister and then started for the castle to pen the letter of SECRETARY BALPOURS forty Allies Over Bail cessible Koailft in Bal four and party left Carrick at oclock in the morning and after travers ing forty miles of Donegal arrived at Glenties at seven oclock in the evenings Bad and almost inaccessible roads made the journey a wearisome the party being compelled to do considerable walk The priests at the various villages visited were Interviewed fay who also inspected the crops and dis tributed money among the poorest peas At Balfonr addressed an audience of assuring them of his sympathy and expressing the hope that he would find a way to dispel their that the railroad to connect Glenties with Stracolar could not be commenced in time to prevent OUR STANDING B jff 1 O The Czarowich on His VnurarAi czarowich ar rived today on his way to He was met at the station by the emperor and several The greetings exchanged were of a most cordial Took the Oath duke of Nassau today took the oath as regent of the grand duchy of He ex pressed hope that the king of who is He Jure dukeof would recover from the illness from which he is Klnir William THE William is worse BISMARCK THE Serioui Charges charges were prof erred in conrt today against Leopold Brothers who failed a few A Knitting Company The Alexander Knitting company have made an assign ment A Cure or Ko All diseases arising from a deranged or from impure as pim solp scrofulous sores and swell ings and consumption which is lung initsearly cured by Dr Pierces Golden Medical or the money paid for it will be promptly Sold by druggists under a duly executed certificate of guarantee from the Forced Tnto Position by ThreatH of Abdication by the how Bismarck took the final step into the position of the leading statesman of Prussia has al ways been unwritten The Muen chener Mltjenielne still very close to the in its efforts to stem the tide of adverse newspaper comment on Bismarcks gives a detailed description of the significant and moreover guarantees the cor rectness of its Von minister of had called Bismarck home from The king received htm in the park of As Bis marck approached the king banded him the copy of his announcement of his ab dication which he was about to have looked and remarked quickly that In Prussia buch a document should be Impossible I have tried said the yet I have found no Against mjr convictions I cannot My ministers are against My own son sides with You have already been witk If I cannoUcome to an understanding with you I shall send this announcement of my abdication to the and then my son can see what ho can do To surrender the reorgani zation of the army is against my convic To violate them is to me a viola tion ot Bismarck answered that he had called on the crown merely in response ZifajorGetieral Schotlelcl Makes Report commanding the United States in his annual report says It may bo asserted that ail that is now requisite for final peaceful settlement of the great Indiam problem is a just and humane treatment of the Indians upon the reservations in the presence of the proximity of such military force as will deter the young and restless them to imitate the deeds of their The time has now come when the future positive or probable military societies of the country should dictate the military The army should be so stationed that it may be prepared at short notice to respond to any call which may be made upon Its services and at the same time to assist in all practicable ways in preparing the militia of the several or the national for active service in the time of Ills be lieved to bo so manifest to all who will consider the that demonstra tion is unnecessary that important seaboard cities of United States should be so and manned as to be capable of self defense against the attack of any foreign and each of the great sea coasts of the United States should be provided with an adequate fleet of sea going battle capable of attacking upon the broad ocean any hostile ileet which might attempt to blockade the harbors or destroy If im portant seaports are adequately forti fied and one such it is pre will be sufficient for each of the great The military policy of the United States will never require such defense on the northern frontier as pro posed by the fortification board of 1SS5 and a carefully selected garrisons as a nucleus for the concentration of force in case an may arise is suggested Satis factory progress has been made at Watervleit in the fabrication of the perimental guns and mortars of the highest General Schofield describes at length the straits to which the de partment hashlien put by the past legis lation reducirfgStho number of privates In the wants the limit raised to at least and says without this number the peace organization can not be made thoroughly effective and cannot be relied upon for service which may Immediately be required of regular troops in any emergency before ranks can be filled by recruits or volun teers called into the In this con nection the general suggests whenever such increase Is made the provision be made for the organization of a large battalion of young men between the ages of sixteen and twenty selected with respect to their intelligence and good with a view to their edu cation for the service as noncommis sioned officers and officers either of the regular forces or privilege being given to such yonng men to enlist for a regular period of or to re ceive honorable discharges at their own at tho expiration of the course of t Such a school would be of great value to the military service of the It is suggested that steps be taken without delay to orjanixe in all of the seaboard states pro portion of heavy artillery militia bat teries for the service of fortifications those and that these batteriesbe reported to the war department in order that places of instruction be as signed to where they can spend an annual encampment In 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