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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING Of ALLTHE OTHER DAILIES N CITY COMBINED THE MOST ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 2 0 LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAT MORBTENTG KOYEMBEE 4 1890 PRICE FIVE CEISTTS THE ELECTS Roud the Prognostications and Your BOTH SIDES CLAIM THE NEXT HOUSE McKinJoy Contending AtjairiHt Groat Oidn KljoiitC Combination Sew Mjuikr fXiiiuxrratn Base Their HopOH on n Splits and Thirc no claim on tho State ticket but initifits thiit fhcir ConTftssIoiiftl ml in thf Jurat onii Third Hijihth unil Ninth districts will win PATjMKR OANXOiV AND TARIFF The Throe Consptcuotie Features of the Illinois Fitfht CHICAOO Oct The chief feature of the onmpaipn in Illinois la the contest exGovernor fnlmor if hofore tho people for the Uuitod Seimtorship tho only State officers lo be iwing Treasurer and Superintendent of Juolio Instruction Early in the year Gov ernor fnlmor udvunced the doctrine thiit the United Status Sormtor should he rather selected by the people of tta State tlmn hy Icpialntive citucuKof tho pririy in power and this doctrine found rndv coiiourrcTico amoiiK the rnnk and Illo of Illinois Tho Stuto convention in Jiinn iiominaifd rulrnor find requosied him to niake a cuiivtiAS for thu olcctioii of tt OeiDucnUic In tho portioiiu popu iiirity of lender tho Democrats hjisc their hopos for in a Stsitfi that iisiiiilTy plunility for tho Republican iho nro con Helen t of con tintiod fjontrol of tho Gonornl Assembly but tliiv uro HO niiiny doubt ill districts Lhut it Is ini to proiilct tho tjiuioral results Tho of UK Mntuitl Ucnefit Asaocitt th Allianco is cqnjinoil prln lo Jentijil and Southern Illinois and from wliiili i ho Unmocrats in that suction hopo lo tniich uilviintujju from local fusions with tho Farmers Mutual Uenclit Association Thoy nrooijually in other localitios by tho farmers having iniulo ndopondent legisliitlvo noini mi lions wiiich havo beuu endurseu by the Nov liavo iibout H work and have Ogurofl out possible tOHiills of tomorrows Tho DoMincMatlo osUrnalos the majority in the Mouse at Tho liopublloan oommittuo Hit ficiiKicrats dbtrlcls and olalniti tf cllsiHrlH Usavlng twenty doubtful they nlaim enough to givn LIL Jiipiiblicaiin tho llouso by a majority of A IIAJ YE Alt FOB TAMMANY County DomocratM Combine NKW Vniiic Nov oUiction in Now York tornnrrow is for Jinlicn of tho Court of At penis of the Stipromo thirty four niciiiliiiiM of ConaroHS mul niernhors of tho AMsiiulily Robert the prosont inciiiiihoiil is mi tin Ropuhlictiu uiirl Diuiioonillo Uokols Ihn mid Sooinllvl Lulior part hnvo uiimiiiliiUis but tlin vcitos for tlirso wil iiunlly i mi Intcrosf otii tors tlnrnforo in tflif vole Tor tint ulsn for nninSxTJi of rho tho next will n sticcfissor to Sem JOvnris Tho DemocnitM uro tiopoful of making some in Onngriss hut tint RopublirftiiH HIT Una thoy will hold thulr nvn if numhor AVhllo tho Demo units huve been mnlciiig stroiiiious olforts to MO jiirij rnoiiirh votosi to eloof a Soiintor there ii litlln that they will aucuood Much more populur tulonwt to vole for miinloipiil in Now York city election Tim odiitfist tho Tiiinrruinv llckot hoiuhul hy Mayor and the IVoplns Municipal liOHKUo Mckot hniuled by Knmdsi M Scott Jpunty DiMiiocniuy nnd 0011 both ttupuhliuftSHiml Deinocsrivtiu IIIIHHIS TinIntlor is hy tho iopuhUcnn juiriv mid tho County IXitnouruov und 1ms Imd the wiiivo support of all Kopubliouu iiud Mug u isnip IN GIfillftYAIANDBRJED OHIO anl Foster tho Leading Issnosi Nov Ohio votoro will ho on to elect fv Seorotury 01 Stuto Judjo of iinSupreme mid a mombor of tho Itonrcl of iullii UNirks Conjrrossinon ThouUation members of Cotigvoss Is tho first under tho ro npiiiriicuniniit net by tho Lnclslaturo Hy the vonof two years six ofthoso would cloct Second Tonth Twolfth tvnd Twentytlrst ibers should elect Ilomocrutu Tlie bus hud llttlo of tho State Ihc oiociioti of Congroshiiifii has iniuto Nutioiiiil issues in importiiut fiioior In nil tho Ieihivps tho most iiitorrstiiin ftnluro of I he oiiniiuijjn in Ohio is the oiuuliihioy of In tlin Sixieeuih dlstriot yeur tho lu his d is trier yavo i majority of JOOO yet bus boon u uust vjtniest oiVort mmln bythe UopulMiwias to eleei Mr Killjoy ptrtly on of his vuluo ht1 nrly and partly ns u viiuli ciiUn oJU policy on the InrilT Inw ellorts hrtvo been mink to Hoot his op poiiurit J Wurwiiik to chow thut the poo tk do not approve bill Tiio news from the sixtconili distriot will lio most tinxiously iiwuittul to morrow Another inliTCStitit fmiiuro is the elTort of fJoveruor Kostor in tho Kinhth to ovoriomo n Democrntlo mujority of WOO Tho olloot of the extra session of tho upon the eieiuion bus beon rognrdod its the innsmuch us it d diviMiotis iiiuong the Demoonits und vo sulteil in in puttitiK H miinborof Diiaccrafs out of The fjroai issue in Illinnis has hoon tho tarllT and it been fought by both pnrtios In rho ino rnado an unusually active nfrJiinst Coiifiross ruiuMiiuiion Tho of their candi diiti by i In K M It A and the hostility of sonift IKpiibliran papers of tho district to Cannon Kave th fin hopes of ikfoulinji him Jhairrniin Jonos of thu Republican Siato Coii tral JoniiniMeo said toiiiulit that tho Ucpulili cans svill curry tho Siutt ticket and elect a ma joiily of flu on a joint ballot Thoy o liolti heir on members of and priiUiMy pi in ono At tho hondiiuartors of tho Domocnitio State Central Committee hroad cluiniM wore made some members insisting that tho Democrats would carry tho State ticket elect a mnjority of tho Legislature and throe I Congressmen Republicans and Democrats In the Lepislative the Alliance and Democracy have com bined in about onethird of tho Stale and this fact will largely reduce the Republican load which had heretofore been Still the Re publicans clftim a majority in the Legislature and a victory for both State and Congressional tickets The Alliance or Indepfcndeuts also claim tho State ticket HOW COLORADO GO Republican Scratchers May Give It to the Democrats DENVBR Oct to Tins TRIB carnpaiRii Colorado ceased to uifiht by a speech from Senator Wolcott 5o in teHigont can bo made as U the result of iho election tomorrow The dissatisfaction in the Republican ranks is penoral and wide spread and that the Republican ticket will be unmercifully is certain but in a total vote of iuoyuura the State gave a no publican majority of affording a wide margin for Kepuhlicans to indulge their prejudices The J3emocras are united and hopeful and many of tho best Democratic politi cians boiievo that tho election of their State ticket and n majority of the Legislature much more than possible The greatest clement of uncertainty Hosln the eriQrnioup registration in this Ampahoo county there being names rogistorod while but btillots woro cast at the Presi dential election two years ago Tho immigratiun to Colorado always having been largely favor able to the Keniiblicaus tho Democrats naturally dread tho largely increased vote Should the total vote of this city and county not exceed twenty thousand and few boliove it will the indications are that tho Democrats will carry it and the State His conceded that if it was not for thf anxioty of tho friends of Senator Teller secure his return to the Senate the State would give a decided Democratic majority The betting is in favor of Republican success but tho confidence of the sport ing fraternity is based more on tho largo majority of two years HKO llnin anything else Thu marvelous incrciise of population during the past two years vend or CHiciiIalions practically worthloss Caldwell Yoainan is thu Democratic and lohn U lioutt the Republican candidate for Governor will be in the Firstand Second Districts where Powell will endeavor to defeat the Democratic nominees Both parties arc hard at work and tho only interest in the election is centered in the districts immcd The New Hampshire StillHunt N oy ejection in New Hampshire tomorrow is for State and county officers members of Congress and tho Legisla ture Tho Legislature to he chosen will ekct a successor to Senator Ulair Both the loading parties have conducted a stillhunt campaign There has been considerable being the main issue tho tarill POUR PA11TIKS THIS KANSAS COMPLICATIONS for Tho runners Alliance Doiout oi Senator KANSAS CITY Nov Ktuisus has become historical us u Stuto of suddon political ments and the question which is agitating its population this fall is whether tho Farmers Al liance Republican party Democratic RoHiih mlssion party or a combination of two is lo assume political control after tho Tuesday oloction There aro to be elected a Governor and H full list of State oIlictTS seven Congressmen and a Logislntiire that will chooso u successor to Senator Installs Tho Karmfrs Alliauco and tho Rosuhmission paitios both como into prominence within the last eight mouths Tho former party sveH nnd aggressive wilh an enrollment of members It acknowledges its present oliief ambition to bo the relegation of John J Inpillri from the United States Senate The Uesubmlssion party is a combination of liotorogonoiiK olomouts whose basis of union is opposition lo prohibition Its rocruits arc rroin both tho Democratic and Republican parties and its shibboleth the roponl of the pro hibitory Inw Tho Republican Uesubintssion isls aro those who havo loft the party bocauso tho National Republican party and the Kansas Uopubliniin party are tit variance on the liquor law Tho Rosubmission and Democratic parlies invvo fused in thoir nomination of a State ticket declaring that tho people of the Stato fthould havo an opportunity for an upon tho Thus thoro are thvoo full State tickets in Mold Republican Farmers Alliance and nomonralloRosuhnilsslon Tho successful party whichever it may be will probably have a plu ral it v of loss than Tho Alliance and DcmocrnUcRo siihmlsslon parties ure generally oiposod to tho of Senator iigiills IVC has mado an aotlvo nnd laughs at tho possibility of a Kipiihiloan doteat Ropuhlicatis claim OmigrossnuMi from Kansas but tho I Joniocnits express a hopo of electing twc or throo in tho strongest Alliance districts THE WISCONSIN SCHOOIi Tho Suite ol Fusion Tickets Talces a New Departure DETROIT In Michigan a Governor and a full State ticket eleven Congressmen and a Legislature aro to bo chosen at tomorrows election Michigan is a State of fusion tickets hut this year there has boon a departure from tho usual tactics and no loss than four rtiuVront Siflto tickets aro in Uiclleld Republican Demo cratic Industrial ami Prohibition Tho Indus trial is a combination of what would lw in Slates the Union Labor and Farmers Alliance but its inikpoudotil course in nom a Slate ticket prevents it cluing jj madii than reducing somewhat the vote of the twc promtiioiit parties interest con J lets in the Congressional cunteKls in the close districts On Strict Party Lines Nov election in Yir gina tomorrow is for Congressuieii only and the contest is strictly upon pany lines Iho will bo hotly in the First Second Fourth Eighth and Ninth districts In the other live districts the chances aro largely iu favor of the Democrats Connecticut Is Conceded JTAUTKOKU Nov will to morrow chooso Congressmen and a Legislature which will elect a successor to Senator Phut Jt generally conceded that tho coming Legisla ture will remain Republican The Prohibition and Labor parties have tickets in the field Washington Republicans United SKATTLK Nov Congressman and Legislature will be elected tomorrow There is no apparent dissatisfaction in Iho Republican ranks and they expect a repetition of their victory of last year A GREAT NIGHT FOR PAYSON TWO POLITICAL MEETINGS BRING OUT THE Editor Ponrost Addresses tho Babies and Wouion With Telling JLib erulH Ilarl the Opora Hotmc FIVE CENTS AND MUTTER The ISHUO on Which Pock and Hoard Confront Each Other Nov School Law is tho ISHUO which overshadows all others iu the cloctlon tomorrow in Wisconsin whoro a full ticket is to bo elected Tho itnox pooled oliction of Mayor Iook in Iho Republican oily of Milwaukee by tho aid of tho sectarian op ponents of Iho liehnett law forced him tothe front last spring and ho was only a few weeks afterwards nominated by tho Democrats for Iho Governorship Mis Itopublicnn opponent is Gov ernor Hoard tho present Governor who vas ro nomlmitod by acclamation by tho llo puMicans and who has boldly taken position with his party that tho Bennett law is sound and must remain upon tho statute book Hy pledging themselves to its modifica tion or ropoal tho Democrats hopo to secure con siderable support from tho Lutherans and other sectarian societies for their ticket Thoonly question is as to iho extent of this support The Republicans aro confident thai thoy will gain from Ho Democratic ranks a sufilciunt number of voters who favor the law to more than ollsot iho sectarian vote lu tho Congressional contests alone has tho tariff been tho subject of any considera ble A FIISUCKi NEBRASKA FIGHT Tho Grave ISSUCN Stake in the California Contest SAX FRANCISCO Nov peoplo of Cali fornia will vote tomorrow for a State ticket Congressmen ami Legislature The latter h will have tho election of a successor to Senator Stanford the regular Republican and Democratic the American and Prohibition put a joint ticket iu ihe field and the United Lnbor party is also represented in tho contest The mil however will be be tween the Republican and Democratic nominees Tho chief issue of tho campaign was a reduction of Stato taxation Republicans declaring in favor of the maximum rate of fifty cents and tho Democrats fortyfive About twoweeks ago liowovor tho Democrats brought another issue into the campaign pro ducing a letter purporting to have boon by Markham Republican candidate for Governor years which thowrilor used ex scorning to Indicate his proforonco fov Chineso ovor Irish labor Markhams friends deny the geiiulncnoss of the tho Domo crnts insist thai it is authentic The contro versy has how overshadowed other issues Tho election it is generally bolievod will be a vory Close one WIJJJL VEST BE RETURNED Tho Missouri Republicans Hope to Capture the Legislature ST Louis Nov chief interest in fcho election tomorrow centers in tho live Congres sional districts and the new Legislature which is to elect a United Stales Senator Thn State ticket which embraces only aSupremo Judge a Superintendent of Public Instruction and a Railroad Commissioner is conceded to tho Dem A hoi campaign has boon conducted in tho doubtful Congressional districts and Mio Republicans confidently assert that they will hold thoir own and perhaps gain ono member Tho Republicans have combined ou several points with tlio Fanners and Union Labor party and havo hopes of securing the Leg and electing a Republican successor u Senator Yost Tho Democrats vigorously com bat thisclaim however ami hopo for Congres sional gains Tho Prohibitionists have a but it does not cut much figure in tho campaign A MOW FACTOR IX INDIANA Tlie Innners Party Makes tho Re sult ft Great Uncertainty AXArous Nov Indiiuia Kimiwrs Mntiuil iiotictU Association is a fnecor now thf politics of the SUito und its uiiccrtnin it imnossiblo to predict with miy of fiTiivinty the rosilt of Tuesdnys tioii It is ciMUTiilly oonceilod howtvrr that hiigishuuro will hi DiMiiotnitio by u small ami this will insiiiu the ivtluu tifii ni Vourlurs as hLs own successor in Mir Initid Sitrs Semite No itwrwir is bi this fall In Jn vluuui liii v Stcretiiry of Slate AmlHor inTMiiil minor Suir nillehtis1 firo to bo iiu hoth claim thu Stale ttckol The MenuitMiiis tnu truditioiuil off j year menus Democratic success but the hrtiins rely greatly upon tho strength of tho nd nilmstiiulon to carry thoirStnto ticket to victory As no Ciovenmr is to bo interest is mil urnily eniiliifNl principally to ami In iivo contests which most vitally illect the tit Inrice CoiUressinnul tiKm the deriveii doc hied ail in Mevtral districts hy fortunate coin binnuous the Fnnnors1 The IILW election law oes iiUo and its the result no one oiin deieniiitvp Is fivtr to suy Unit the best imticiuioiK pinil to control of the ore hut v in of one or two Congress by the THK IOWA SITUATION Many Tickets in the Field and Poli ticians All at Sen Dse Nov The peculiar complica tions which enabled the Denjocrals to elect ft Govwriujiin Iowa fall for tho lirst time ir n qiiurtcr of a century makes this Stalo tho object of particular interest at this time Tbo Stnto officers to be elected are Secretary of Stuto Treasurer Auditor Judge of tho Supreme Court ftwl Railroad Commissioner Ordinarily the State of Tows givfts a plurality of a bo HI for the RtMiublican so the liopubiioansluive tlugreatest confidence in their ability to elect Stato ickut this fall thoro stro so cciiulidates State and Congressional in tho Cejdtho full rote may Tho Democrats appear by no insana without hope of ropoatirig the vintory of fall and aro straining every ollort to Stale Thrt Farmers JAllianco is not pnrticu huly strong in Tovva but the prohibition iquos tion is always a glowing issue The situation in lown may bo by Having that the fight which overshadows all olse is the in tho doubtful Congrcsiional districts of theState So many the contest that the oldest politicians arc nil at The chairman of the Ropublicari State Com claims n majority of on tho Stateticket and tho election qf TUe Demecrtttlc Committee JCho Kopnblicans Claim tho Stato by at Least Eiftht Thousand LINCOLN Nov cloelion in this Stuto tomorrow prom JOB to bo nud hotly Tho situation may fairly bo termed nioortain Four tiokuts are in tho licit nnd of these tho Uflinibiicuns and Fnrmon Allinnoo claim violory At thu Republican Cunt nil Cutiunitteo in this oity Chiuriiiau Watson chums tho election of the State ticket by ninpinp from eight to fifteen thousand No direct expression of opinions or estimnte win bo iiainod form tho Democrats or Alliance other than a claim of success for their reiHCtive tickets With the exception of tho Second district wltivro the Democrats tuul Alliance have fused are three tickets in the Congressional districts Chninnan Uatson claims plunilities for the Republican candidates Tho question of an adoption of a prohibitory amnndmcnt is plavlnc H n important part in the race for Gover nor L the Republican candidate lias refusal to how he stands or the ques tion lohn II Powers the Alliiuico is noncommittal while James E Hoyd the Dem ocrat is opoosed to it There will be a UToiit denl of craching in tho State The result on the prohihitepy ameudmont is problematic both sides chuimini victory by THK MINNESOTA FARMERS TlflNNKSSJSE PROJBABIHTIBS Indications Point to the Election of a Republican Nov is a groat cloal of intorost in tomorrows election Tho Democratic candidate for Governor will un doubtedly bo elected overthe Republican and Prohibition nominees tho First Congressional district the fight is a fierce one nnd the chances favor the Republi can against Taylor the procnt in cumhcnt In tho Second llouok will be rcoloctod In tho Third the light is very close but in the others there is opposition to the Democrats Massachusetts Doubtful HOSTOX Nov election in Massachu setts tomorrow is for Slaty Congress men and Legislature The Republicans Demo crats and Prohibitionists havo tickets in field The Union fjabor party failed toTile their nominations in season to secure a plnce in the oilicial ballot The State also votes on two ivmondmonts to the Constitution ono to prevent disfraiicliisumont of voters hocauso ofachapgo of resklouce withiti tho Commonwealth and an other providimr thai no person who has per formed honorable in his countrys de fense shall be disritialifiod from voting on nc countof receiving or having received aid from anv citv or town or because of nonpayment of poll tax More than the usual doubt is felt touching thu result They Expect to Carry the State hy a Good Majority ST Nov is one of the interesting political states of the Northwest this fjill from tho fact of the phenomenal growth of tho Farmers Allianco within the last six months This now party will tomorrow over per cent of Iho total vote of tho Stato As Minnesota has heretofore been strongly Re Uio growth of tho now party has uatur allv been at tho expense of the dominant party but with four full State tickets in tho Bold tho Democrat and farmers Allianco having failed to combine tho chancos are still slightly in favor of the Republican ticket Tho most sanguine tmrtvia tho State is without doubt tho Karm ers and they claim the Stato by plurality Of course the older parties contest tuis but it is conceded that either of the throe parties is almost equally liable to win The Republicans claim five Con ilistrlcts of the Stato but in euvoral of the districts their claims aro stubbornly coa tested by tho Dornocrats IN THE TWO DAKOTAS The Farmers Are Active bat the Republicans Claim Victory Nov and South Dakota vote tomorrow for full Congress latter iloct successors to Senator Pierce in North kota and Moody in South In North Dakotti the Farmers Ailiiinco choso a Stato tickfl t ioadoUby one of tliomsolvos uml made u p of solectod icnndldiilos TliftRopubllcansor that of ticket by several thousand majority and also a good majority in iUioLegisr SouthJDtvkota the Alliance has Stato iuid Coiigreasloottl ticket buye the An Active Pennsylvania Campaign Nov activecam paign in Pennsylvania for years ended tonight A most thorough canvass of the State was made by tho two leading parties TheProhibition and Labor parties both nave full Stalo tickets in the fluid but neither has shown much in the campaign In 1883 Pattison crntic oaudidUe wascloctyd Governor through a split in tho Republican candidate having been placed in the field THo Legislature to be chosen tomorrow will elacl a successor Senator Cameron and the State Senators elected tomorrow all havo a vote for the successor of in 1S93 Nov elcciioh in South Carolinawill bo lull and Congressmen and interest arises from a split iu tho Democratic ranks1 nom ination election ilunges mainly on the opposition o a faction ofDemocrats calling themselves Strnigli touts to Till man theTegu lar Deinocnitio nominee foi Govcraor The Par mere Allianco was largely insirunientnl in se curing Tillmans noininution Tike Republicans will largely support the amiTillman Dctiiocrut The Battle in Montana i HiLEJrA1 Monti voters of MOTI tana tomorrow elept a Congressman aud eight State Senators has a hot one aud PAVSON Nov to Political enthusiasm is not one whit abated Ou tho contrary it grows every hour To day the town has been all on the part of the Mormons who have been preparjug for a big parade and rally tonitfht From tho publicwas led to believe that tho parade would bo a groat foature but o and behold whenit took place this evening it was indeed a childish alTair There woro a couple of torches mostly carried by a crowd of disorderly small boys who alternately for the respective candidates as no aitlerence so they wero contingent of young ladies in linu each with a torch was the feature of the parudc By actual count not a dozen voters turned out Tho absence of genuine enthusiasm and its juvenility were the characteristics of the whole business The tho meeting in theii church Charles Pun ruse grannys editor was the only house was crowded Half of thu audience were women and almost as manywere boys and girls Lots of babies made plenty ofnolse Penrosesaid the Mormons had paid more attention to religion in the past than poll tics and they hadnt bothered much about the affairs of the Thoro was noth ing new in his remarks The sauie old hash that the Mormon leaders have doled out The Liberals quietly prepared during th this evenings meeting As lion Calvin had been sent down into Bevier Whitccottoh an Noon of Prove were on hand atid it issur prislng that though this evenings meeting was the sixth Liberal meeting during ttie campaign and that the People had the band and torches the turnout Opera House fairlyfilled It with Anenthusiastic audience of men women and children This is the first night In the history of Payson that two political meetingswere ovor hold in the town This shows growth means tliat ore long the American element bo great enough in num bers to wrest this town free from the priestly dominations Judge VVhitecotton was the first speaker and hR delivered a strong humorous ad d ress vv lilch was f req u on tly i n Lerr u pted by uproarious applause by thoaudionce some of whom shouted out Thats tha as the speaker made some good points reporter slipped out of the Liberal meeting and cut across to the Mor mon rally whore Editor Pen rose was orat ing The ungodly reporters appearance caused a flutter among those who sat near tha entrance and where Penny would make a point lots of heads with a grin in front were turned on the soriho talked about theprinciples of the Peoples party and the policy of the Lib erals We said that we have not done much in practice we have been looking for relig ion wo havent bothered much in the affairs of the Nation in the past Leaving the meotlngbonse tho soribe hurried back to tho Opera House to find the crowd increased by the Mormon overflow Whiiecotton was still talking and his re marks were lively and patriotic Justice Noon followed in his gentle kindly way and was listened Chairman Grant Simon addressed the meet Ing also and applauded AWAY WITH GRAND JURIES THE IRISH SOBJUGAT Lord Wolseley Placing the Military on a War Footing LIBERAL UNIONISTS DEMORALIZED What tho German Authorities Do AVith Confiscated American Theatrical People Bored by a Foreign News LONPON Nov Francisco Chronicle Mr Bal four has been engaged in scanning tho con dition of the people In the districts most likely to bo visited by famine General Wolsoloy has been uo less active in Inspection of tho troops and in putting the British forces in Ireland in readiness for any service that may he requisite Tho office of the commander of forces in Ireland has for a number of years been a sinecure held by some hangeronafriend of the royal family tho latestbeing Prince Edward of SaxeWeimer a German with an English wife having a strain of royal blood Prince Edward a pleasant goodnatured nobleman was content to draw the pay and leave tho hard work to his subordinates Now however just when the Government shows a determination to crush tho National League and its plan of campaign General the ablest of English commanders takes tho place of the princely figurehead Theriigimentssirostrengthened with recruits from England and Scotland and the military establishment is put on ar war footing In preparation for any emergency HER MAJESTYS MUSE armed Armenians near Erzcrgan in Ar menia Severn soldiers were killed and fifteen wounded Acting under orders of the Sultan the Governor of Erzorouyi sum moned all tho Moslems to tho mosque ind called upon them to treat Christians with respect A Favored Nation Reduction BERLIN Nov tariff negotiations between Germany and Austria have re sulted in a reduction of three marks uf the duty on rye imported from countries having a commercial treaty with Germany and Austria containing a favored nation clause This will include imports of these cereals from the United States and excludes those from Russia Obscene Paint in Seizert LONDON Nov instigation of vigilant associations tho police entered tho Pall Mall gallery and swixod a number of alleged obscene paintings illustrating Itaboljiiss works Tho paintings were taken to tho police station Tho public has beon daily crawding the gallery A FourPooled Nihilist ST PETERSBURG Nov a circus performance here attended by tho Czar and family one of tho trained horses attacked Manager Giniselli bit and trampled upon him The Czar and Family abruptly left the building A general panic followed and the performance closed A Camera in Court TIPPERAIIY Nov the proceed ings in the conspirncy trial Patrick OBrien attempted to photograph a witness Ho was arrested The adjudged him guilty of contempt uid sentenced hiui to one weeks imprisonment A Fotir Days Hurricane Nov steamer Ponn lylvania from Philadelphia has arrived She encountered a hurricane which lasted for four days Tho passengers wore kept below deck for sixty hours WHY THE DEMOCRATS KICK The toisus Returns M in Their Favor SLOW GROWTH OF DEMOCRATIC STATES The New Apportionment Bill Will Leave Democrats Without Will Make Desperate Fight for a Recount SENSATIONALK1CPOBT OF THE LOUIS INiiTTISITOJRS ST Tlie System Violates the Spirit of the Constitution and Is Subversive of The reiilcotitostis Tor Seri ate bclns and fclio districts to be voted intduibrroNviirc ST LOTJIB an State grand jury Saturday handedin a sweeping denunciation of the whole grand Jury sys and called for Its The re port declared the grand jury a superfluous criminal jurisprudence and serted thatin most cases and delays the administration of justice while t affordsthe members so an ippoctunity to gratify malice or to blacken he reputation of reputable men It goes V If wo consider only the more obvious objections to1 the system we find V it1 considers Is en ex1 parteand its sessions are joth of which are of tho spirit of Jind subversive of of pro cedure already throw around thelcriniiuar rtoo rnany so many that practically impossible except are whose so llagrant that convictioufol lows only iri to grand jury has spent nearly the cases every one ofwh icli couId have been crimiiial court morei promptly and j vPersoiis have been in three Theatrical People at Vienna Bored by a Royal Nuisance BfSRTjiK Nov Francisco Chronicle Scries tho risk of oilemlinff pooplo in high places I foci hound to tell of a royal authors failure Like ordinary mortals who go round with thoir pockets stuffed with unproduccd plays io has Carmen Sylva Roumanias romantic Quceo mado herself a nuisance by inflicting during her recent tours through England Germany and Austria theproducts of tho dramatic muse on persons who wore and persons who were not interested in her fame Her Majestys lust debut as a play peddler wasat the Vienna Bourse Theater on last Monday A matinee given by her to a select sotof critics and actors lasted five hours and a Vienna corre spondent whowas favored with an invita tion says the ordeal of sotting out her Ma jestys recital from 10 oclock in the morn ing until 3 in tho afternoon was almost un endurable The inevitable result painful though it had to be communicated to her Majesty that her drama entitled Mas ter could not be produced llalfan hour after the receipt of this communication the Queen departed for Bucharest in a hnlrV Of course tho impe rial Austrian telegraph authorities have tried to prevent this unpleasant fact from being made known abroad and hints havo even been transmitted that Master Mon olly may yet bo seen at tho Bourgo but the complete failure of the play is admitted by all who had tho misfortune to listen to its recital SMUGGLED AMERICAN PORK A St Petersburg Bank ST PKTERSHUKG Nov Grash Danin says A new bank to be known is the Asi atic Rank willshortly bo established at St Petersburg with a capital of roubles General Caste I man Dead PATHS Nov Castelman aide decamp to Napoleon Is dead NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL THK BKAZILIAN SQUADRON TO UK TKKATKO WITH DISTINCTION Silver Purchases Circula tion Irflsuiont ami Other Officials Go iSomo to Vote It German Authorities Destroy While the Poor Have No Meat BEIIOIN Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle thou sand kilos of American pork unlawfully imported into Germany by way of Holland have been confiscated at tho custom bouses in Emmerich andAixlaOhapelle and will bo sold tomorrow after tho meat is soaked In kerosene to unsaleable and unfit for consumption This done in spite of the glaring fact that hundreds of thousands of poor in this country are unable to buy meat on account existing high prices This question isbecoming of vital im this country and is liable to lead toirnportant consequences even in the domain of politics Bavaria Saxony Baden and Wurtemburg which together command the same number of votes us Prussia in tho Bundesrath have combined to sanction the Austrian and Kussiaa soon as the Parliamentary This action on their part is likely to compel the resignation of the Minister of Agriculture Herr Luciens in view of his notorious alliance with the partisans of high tariff on meat and bread stulls A BICYCLISTS FEAT A Young Russian Officer Makes a LONDON Nov Francisco Chronicle Series bicyclists In England are just now showing all the honor in thoir power to the stalwart young Russian who has ridden on his wheel the two thousand odd miles which divide St Petersburg from London in a few hours un der thirtytwo days This is an average of about seventy miles a day Considering that the bicyclist had to stop twice for ban quets en route ouce in Russia and once in France it shows remarkable traveling The mans name is Lieutenant Georges Martos 23 years old an officer in the Imperial Russian artillery He is of somewhat slender tho scales at 140 Nevertheless his long jour ncy across Europe in so short a space of time indicates a remarkable decree of physi The machine on which he made the journey is an roidster weighing about GO member of any of the crack clubs would be ashamed to be seen on tlie streets with it GLADSTONES CAMPAIGN He Says Lord HartinRtons Follow ers are Demoralized v Gladstone started on sis return from Scotland AtMont rosea largenumber of fiiends gave him an eijthusiastio Tho scene was re peated at admirers jresented a walking stick and tbegrarid 1 at liber ty or pfpm p tlyco ny icted e great il eration pxand1investigation 1 dor workingihen presented Gladstone de iiyered a short speecbt and referred to ihb speeeh by Lord HartinKtbn Dii Jonistmeeting 4 j Uart satisfVed wltlithe result of the elections The only wJiether the Liberal Vpart A clared was brokpnfjddwn d t ully results if the recent tlvsL under iQodj tlie was Qsva factorytxy the to stand asaicahSidatje jnpitn WASHINGTON Nov Dis lLancisco Chronicle Series Tbo Navy Department is taking more than ordinary interest in the coming appearance hero of the Brazilian naval vessels There seems to be a desire ou the part of both tho Navy and State Department officials to show a proper appreciation of tho new Re public by extending more than usual courtesies to the othcers of the fleet No programme of reception or entertainment has yet beon out but tho matter is beintf talked over by the oiiicials of the two departments with a view to doing proper honors Tho Admiral Silvoiras flagship Is a new vessel completed within the last two years of 4050 tons built of steel sheathed with wood having au armor belt cloven inches iu thickness and carrying fourJincb breecliloading Armstrong four 5ton guns and Dfteon smaller rapid fire guns She is very similar to the armored cruiser soon to bo launched at tho New York navy yard The Guanabara is of tho corvette class of 1000 tons displacement carrying nine 70pouud Withmuth guns and eight smaller guns Sho was built in 1877 and is a wooden vessel of a type similar to our Galena and The two vessels aro expected at New York about November 20tb Thoy are capable of fifteen knots for the larger vessel and thirteen for the corvette but their average speed will prob ably not exceed twelve knots It has been suggested as a peculiarly fitting compliment to the Brazilian Republic that the launching of tha Maine be do layed until the arrival of the Brazilian ships and that the visitors be given a place or honor among the guests invited to witness the launch November ISth is the date set for the launch of that vessel but it would be no inconvenience to delay the event a few dttys and this probably will be done AN KCiECTttOCUTlON CASE ADVANCED WASHINGTON Nov Supreme Oourt of the United States today granted the motion to advance the case Jugiro under sentence of death by electricity in Now York State and assigned it for argument on the third Mon day Tho vacancy in the assignment pf Justices to Circuit Court duties caused by the death of Justice Miller is filled by the assignment of Justice Brewer to Justice Millers old circuit SILVER PURCHASES RESUMED The Treasury Department resumed the purchase of silver The amountoffered was ouuces The amount pur chased was ounces follows ounces as ounces at ounces at ounces at DEPOSITS IN NATIONAL BANKS The President of the Revere National Bank of wrote Secretary Wlndom the 1 other day calling attention to the thut the published statement of money on do posit with the National banks October 3ist showed an increase of since Ooio ber 5th and asking if the Department is in creasing deposits The replied that the apparent increase was in funds placed in banks since the subject to the cheeks of United States disbursing offi cers Instead of increasingdeposits with thebanks the Department iswithdrawing them as fast can Without injury to the the country OFFICIALS GO TO VOTE The President left this morning for Indi anapolis to vote AttorneyGeneral Miller and his daughter left here In company with the President The former will also vote in Indianapolis tomorrow and expects single exception of the Second Assistant PostmasterGeneral prom inent dmcialsof the Department home to vote A large nuhiber from the Interior Department have also gone TkE INCRZASK r A statement prepared at the Treasury Department slkows duringthe month of October there was an increase of circulation principallyin goldcoin ami anet decrease of in the money and bullion in the Tbe amount of r new 5a circulation CniCAGo Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle It that the census and its aro to bo tha chief subject of discussionat tbo coming session of Congress The Democrats huvo already Indicated their determination to make a bitter opposition to the census claiming that it ia inaccurate A dennite conspiracy among the Democrats to unite upon this ground of opposition Is apparent The attitude of tho Democracy1 of Now York on tho subject of tho recount is hardly ex plainable on any other grounds Tho Democrats havo discovered that tho results of the census are injurious to them in many particulars and for this reason are dis posed to prevent tho now apportlontuiout from being any more injurious to thorn po litically than possible The results of tho census aro not moro surprising to the Democrats than they aro to tho Republicans A comparison of the States which wont Republican In with the States which went Democratic shows the rohitive increase of population since to havo been as follows Republican States increase Democratic increase is a bill now ponding Jn the House introduced at tho lust session by Dunnell the chairman of the Committee ou the Census which provides for a reapportlou ment on tho basis of a Representative for o very of population Tho estimate upon which this bill was based aro undor to havo beon mado on tho basis of the first rough postal card count of tho Census Ollice The Dunnell bill provides for a House to be composed of 354 members but It that tho first rough count of tho population at the Census Office was an overestimate of the total population by nearly If therefore Congress shall decide to retain the Dunnoll basis of tho member ship of the next House to bo elected in 180J will bo 344 members instead of 354 On this basis six States would a her as compared with thoir prosoht repre sentation These States Ken tucky New York Ohio South Carolina and Virginia This Is result whichWill tend to make tho Now York Democrats niora de termined th an ever to for that State In addition to low 6fa member they would lose au fraction of 41 Tho New Yorkers claim that would add of tho State which on the basis of apportionment would entitle that State to two additional Congressmen effect of the basis upon the fractions would be vory Important On that biisls twentythree t Kare an excess or Thir teen of these States areDemocratic In the Democratic Statesthe of these unrepresented fractious over peo pic On tho other to show that tho ten RepublicanStates which wonlii havef motions majority of would have an aggregate of about without representation TheDemo orals would thatsuohia plan would deprive thorn of four EopresentatlreB to they woiild claim that en titled and they would undoubtedly exhaust all their moans of dolay to prevent the pas sage of an apportionment billon the basis of withouta recountIn New York or wherever else they may think that the census returns are not as great as they would like THE SAN CREW One Hundred Picked Seamen Be Sent From Brooklyn JSTETT YORK NOT Dispatch Francisco Chronicle preparations are being made aboard the re ceiving ship Vermont at tho Brooklyn Navy Yard to get In readiness a detail of 150 men to bo sent overland this week to San Francisco The sailors will go by i special train and are to form part of new cruiser San The receiv ing ship at the Mare Island yard IB unable to supply the San with more than 200 men The complement of the cruiser In time of peace men and In time of war 500 men Even under the pros ont arrangement the SanFranciscowill jo in commission slightly shortbandod It Is expected though that the Maro leland yard will be able to supply if needed more men before the leitvei The detail to be senfc from the Navy Yard will picked body of It will comprise fully seventyflye appren tice seamen the The the main reridezroun for re cruits on the Atlantic haa now on hand about 350 seamen Of n lib ia nuniber j not more than 150 can bo spared to the 8an owing to the neceteity of al ways keeping on hand a reserve force to make u p for u n foreseen A SAN Fit ANCISCO FIRE standard sllyei1 dollars from the mints duringtueweekt endcd Nov 1st issue tlie ccr Tlie shipments of silver during the week to f The Biirlinjction and Portion of Grand Hotel SAJ FnANcreco Oct jMorninca fire was discovered under the Burllngtoa House adjoining the Grand HotelT spread upward throughput the of the block bounded by Montgomery Stevenson and to the first floor stores and the Board of smoke in the reeanticie inraatM of Grtind and RurllngtoniivyThfilrJghti ened guests rushed to the what valuables they Theire soon shot cp through the in of roof of the Burlington fell earryJnK of that of the Grand In a interior of the Bur wreclfv and the fro eastern pnd The GrandHotel He Two Twilas   

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