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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - November 11, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati weekly enquirer vol. I no. 18.wednesday morning november 11. 1891�?twelve pages whole no. 4323 shattered. Fond political Hopes. Or. _ tattered and torn the banners afloat emblems of War Over which conquerors gloat general Gregs is elected in to being five times ten. Odoni. View go a �4 so a to a d Kuti 8� refiwic���?6mnl it Utica new. A Witch to my is Nasa Yow. Novena bar 5,-not in years has close legislative election it ions at 1 of clock this morning Senate trill be a tie�?16 demo. Id republicans. End that the As-66 demo Crata and 63 re tha Senate Are Lerley that Sain control of it. Bans a Pon the retards District composed of end Hudson counties five it to Osborne the the Republican sars it official returns. Ity of 150. The eight Istas probably ear a. Donaldson. Republican t is a matter of 190 votes either of them up in the Dirou Bere both candidates to watch the official a avast. Publican elected in a strict. Is in eligible a Given by the attorney a he election. The first que sew Senate will be hit right the vote is a tie. The lenten will have the casting Vota he will sustain the att Oaksy Tiff Oral. Party a sure majority. The be has no right to East such such a question but the author close elections the As notably in the second the vote is so official count is elected districts be remain demote t is claimed by repro one Farmers Alliance Roan were elected there were combinations Between the democrats and republicans in three judicial districts All of which were successful. Jerry Simpson was the Only Alliance congressman who succeeded in putting his county ticket through. The republicans and democrats Are congratulating each Othar. And the old time republicans predict that the Campaign of 1692 will be Between the two old parties what fusion did. Kansas City november 4.�?the election returns from Kansas Are coming in very slowly. Nothing has been Beard from any of the counties in the Western half of the state. Almost All of the counties in the Eastern portion have made partial returns. Such returns As have been received would indicate that the Peoples party has lest its prestige out of fifty counties from which returns Heve been received six will probably elect Peoples party ticket and then with the exceptions of Marshall and Kingman at greatly reduced pluralities. These counties show gains of 300 and 200 respectively. The other counties will elect straight Republican or fused Republican and democratic tickets. Of the ten District judges the be elected the republicans have probably sleeved eight. As there wore no 8tave officers voted for and on account of fusion of the republicans and democrats or democrats and Peoples party in Many of the counties it is impossible to make any satisfactory comparison with the vote of last year. General Palmer hew Jersey. New Yoek. November 4.�?almost Complete returns from new Jersey show that the next legislature will stand Senate democrats. 16. Republicans. 57 House of Assembly democrats. 42 republicans. 18 giving the democrats a majority of 85 on joint Ballet. Nebraska. The republicans win by about Bra thou Sand. Omaha. November 4.�?sixteen counties out of ninety in the state exclusive of Douglass and Lanea Ater. Gave Post. Rep., for supreme judge 15.950 so German ind. 15.792. Lancaster county estimated gives pest 1,900 maj., and Douglass county 6.000 maj. This will in dilate that Post s plurality in the state will be Over 7.900. A m. V. Cannon. President of the Irish National league. Democratic candidate for clerk of the i to get court in this Douglass county was Defeated by prank Moores. Rep., by Over 20.000 majority. This was due to the anti Cathy ii vote in Omaha. Ten people party vote. From official mid Semi official abstracts printed a county panera and from inter nation furnished by its correspondents by Telegraph the Esq Cibb has compiled Tho following table of Tho votes cast for John Seitz the candidate of the Peoples party for governor on the 9d mat Adema. 441 a amt to a a Tito Roble. Atileti a Aniyad. Ash Sbol atom. �T�40 Cerroll. 69 Pelga. W chem clerk. A the utmost Fco when seen at has Enue sex president of the one has a right to put his it result and .1 am my ideas but it r ought to be be longer still thinks the Tetsue or that the a Safe Money is a be can be r or danger that demo Crata ought a staunch adherence to party does not run Ira inclination i regret the defeat of he has been a Brave this and the splendid him to us comes. I of Flower. Russell end the utmost rejoicing they should net forget Teasee the obligation i honest i the adv decent in All Iowa. Elves Defeated nning to Cele a Boies arrived Waterloo. The i to give him a Royal streets Are packed Wither scouting far Boies. At the plete returns from eighty have been received. In tie gain of 806. In the gain a quot a quot Abtin Tike remaining eighteen to will be in the Neimfa of 2.800 Over two years in the a ther state officers if Boies plurality is 8.00q, As to be. The rest of Tbs dem will be elected by Small Plu republicans have some Hopes. 1 lieutenant governor who of Wheeler in the precincts they else claim Rabil. Superintendent of instruct claim their whole state it will take Fuller returns he obtained the decide the Fate i below governor. A the lower a quote. \ ams Barb gained Adams Boone. Decatur and Kossuth the dem. Of Brien and Brieux. The divided two years ego. Will therefore have a Senate is conceded to be to or two votes. The candidate. Westfall for about 15.000 votes in the _ quot to of Katy for Monona erne far representative. And the Montgomery Mills District. The prohibition vote reported except in a few a but it is probably very Light. A the Farmers Matte it. Iliia. November 4 a the Power of the Farmer in Kansas politics is broken for the Tinte at least. The Alliance met a crushing defeat at the polls yesterday. The general result is beet indicated by the returns from tin ten judicial districts. In Only one was Saadi Date successful that die no counties of Kingman 1 Kiowa where the Farmers elected a. That was formerly the stronghold of the Union Laberite. Who joined the Farmers when the latter went into politics. Besides there were two Republican candidates a the Field there which divided the Jun Ettean strength. In the nine districts remaining seven of Tho successful candidates Are republicans and two democrats tin two of the districts Tho Republican and democrats combined against the Alliance. The people s to Leet swamped. Tomka. November a returns from ninety of the 106 counties in ibis Sute show the Rie the Peoples party tic Icet in seventy in the two judicial Dis Khlob auctions were held a clermont.�. 171 Clinton 12$ cl�?Tnabina_17s cos Lionton. M Crow �2s cuyaga.l�x6 be Flanco 7b8 pol a Ore. 67 f85 ?.� a 6eng�. A a itex.-, Iczek. Is in. M a to nov it Huay Huron. Lao son. Tefie sen. Cult a so a a a int Gem by m borrow a. 74 Ottawa a a. Is Faming a. A a Parry-.,. 147 34 Pike ________3s0 t�?o3fc= Putnam my a Bland. Is 87 x. A sky. 401 Scioto �7 Batey. 284 a Lark. 722 a Jura Roll �u9 Una a a Rencey. To icing rain it an a it. Inf con a .9� 76 Lami 422 hams. Roe. �79 total.24.094 it is possible that the off Ioia returns May run the vote above the 25,000 Mark although it is highly probable that the figures will not Varv 900 from Tiloso indicated in tyls estimate. A v. A a quot a a the rope broke. Seventeen miners killed. A air fol disaster in Tike Groat Ana a Conda mine. Bom pity. Moat., november a the worst mining Accident of the year took Ulsee at the a Leoada mine this morning when a even teen miners were killed in a Cage coming up. At Midnight the time the shift the gang of Mea bad dome and a careful of miners returning from work stepped out into the Epen air. Their places were at once taken by the men who were to take no the work they had just abandoned and the Cago was started toward the Depths below. The rope had been unwound but a couple of times from the slowly revolving Windlass Whin to hubs was a Strong Shat. A err of horror from the Shaft in which the Cage had but a moment before disappeared. The route had broken and the Eege. With its Nineteen inmates was precipitated to the Bottom of the mine. ,. A it wee seme Little time before any assistance could be sent them. The Shaft Down which they had plunged to death was useless. And Ether Ware of getting at the Blade where they had fallen were roundabout. Fortunately there was some help for the dead and dying in Tibe mine itself. A number tel miners who won through work and waiting to by Blu Byrd were at the Bottom of the Shaft waiting Fer the Cage to take Tea tout. Amid Thorn narrowly missing some Tho Cage dashed. It broke and before their eyes were the mangled bodies of the whom they were awaiting. There was Little. However that could be Dene. Of the Nineteen men who made the fearful ride seventeen were dead their forms crushed out of All Semsis Nee to human Binge. While the two who were yet breathing bad no Hopes of recovery. The Anaconda is the biggest in Tbs territory. It employs 400 men. And was rep each after a Long closing. October 2. Singing soldiers of the Salv Atlea army we Leom the Beth to chief. Chicago november 9.�?the salvation army of Chicago with re enforcements from All the important cities of the North West congregated at the Michigan Central depot to meet la ifa Rechal Boeth Clibborn. The Beautiful Young commander of the French Abd Swiss forces Balli Ugto Booth commander of the United Stetes Trees. And staff and Captain Blanehe Roussell Perron who is mrs. Glib Bora a Secretary. Upon the arrival of these distinguished personages to use assembled formed in Una had marched through the principal streets. Tbs reception Given tonight was an exceedingly demonstrative affair. A. Just worn out. V. A a five years Ley no the Centary Mark before she Clave up. Cut Blanp. Ohio. November 8.�?mary Neuman died to Day at the Home of her granddaughter. Mrs. Henry Maulberger. In his City aged 105 years. She Vul born in Russia and was a serf. Although never married she had a number of children. In 1866. When 80 year eld. She same the America to live with Bere Hildren. At the time of her death she was Seiy four feet tee inches tall and weighed hot ninety seven pounds. She had simply shrivelled up. And life ceased when the vital organs were worn out. Stele Ike Aey Aad sloped. Tao Zibton pair. November 8.�? Charles Clifton Ford an employee of the Weiss product company of Hagerstown absconded thursday last with a Large sum of Money and papers valued at about 96.000. Mary Flecher a girl of 16 years to whom he had been very attentive has also disappeared and it is believed that it was a deliberately planned elopement and robbery. There if the g. A. R. National head issues his anti Confederate Flag proclamation. Thanksgiving. Governor patriotism is talked of in the strongest vein. With his words of warning he leaves the vets to snit themselves hereafter. My. R 4.1891. J Albany. N. Y., november 7.�?general pm Roer. Commander in chief of the grand army of the Republic has just made Public tha following order q. A adjutant gun Erali a office Albany a. Y., november the attention of the commander in chief has been called to the a fact that comrades wearing the bad Are and uniform of the grand army of the Republic participated in a recent demonstration where the Confederate Flag was carried and displayed. For four Long years yen braved All the perils and Vici Sithes of War to wipe oat All that that Flag represented. When your great work was accomplished the grand Union armies iad become the most powerful and effective the world had Ever seen. They melted away like the snows on the Bill tops under the beams of a Noonday san. Yon resumed the peaceful vocations of a civil life and the nation resumed once More its career of unparalleled Progress Prosperity and happiness. There never was in the history of ant civilized warfare 8uch magnanimity evidenced toward a foe As the terms of the surrender of Leeds army at Appomattox. We have turned to Admire the gallantry of the men we Havo vanquished As Only men could Admire them who had tested their endurance and valor upon Many Battle Fields. 4". When they Laid Down their arms we sought peace we reached out the Riatt hand of Fellowship to All who would to kept it on the Broad grounds of american citizenship and unconditional loyalty. The contest had Cost us untold millions of dollars and the lives of thousands of the bravest and Best who in arched under the stars and stripes Down into tha jaws of death not for a party or a Creed for men of All opinions and affiliations gave up their lives to save the nation from disruption and the Flag from Dishonour. To-4tay the same Flag which floats Over and protects the conquered protect equally As Well the conquered. We Admire the spirit which prompts the people of the South to commemorate the gallantry of the men who sacrificed their live in the Ibet. Cause but that civil conflict settled Pao great question the Battle for the Union was right Tho oct bin or secession h was wrong and Tho stars and stripes the Emblem of Liberty equal rights and Justice and Law. Is the Only Flag which the Loyal people of this great nation respect and Honor. We saved our children the contest that they would have been compelled to encounter. We have Given them a heritage of peace and Prosperity instead of an enormous and expensive iii action to be settled by a jury of soldiers. And to Day every american citizen to in Tho full enjoyment of Tho fruits of our great labors. We can not afford to lose Likht of the Valer that achieved Victory or the right. A never forget what the contest Cost us in blood an a Treasury. We must net forgot that loyalty to country is not amere senti meet. But that it requires a Devotion to principle and that principle Means the Flag Bioh every Soldier stood ready to defend with his lift must now be saluted with Honor one of the great principles of Dur or a motions is to teach the rising generation loyalty to country and Fidelity to duty. The Union soldiers have repeatedly said to the Soldier of the 8outfa quot we have no desire to a to us sectional animosities. Give us Herb Ltd and in return we will give Yon Yon have demonstrated tout fraternity on numerous occasions when comrades joined in the recent ceremonies in Honor of the memory of the patriotic journalist they found their Fri Tennity confronted with the Emblem of treason which a an evidence to Yon that there Turke in the hearts of n few a desire by the display of that Flag to fire the hearts of the Young generation of the South to rebellion. A Comrade wearing the badge or uniform of the order participating in any demonstration where the rebel Flag is displayed violates his be ligation to maintain tin allegiance to the United states of am Sufica to Honor its Constitution the discount Nance whatever tends to weaken loyalty incite treason or rebellion. And to encourage Universal Liberty and Justice Teall Mankind and brings disgrace upon the order of which he is a Mem her. While the com Man der in chi of has neither Tibe right nor disposition to interfere with the Indi Vadnai rights or privileges of members of the order be has assumed an obligation to protect it against any and All claim that will bring reproach on its Good name. Do Yon propose to surrender what you fought for and what your comrades who sleep in heroic Graves died for As the stars Are fixed ii the f a Isa. So your patriotism is fixed and immovable to preserve the Mem cries and fruits of that great struggle. In this grand amt of Leyal citizens serves no other purpose it will keep fresh in the hearts of the rising generation that love of country that Devotion to the Union that reverence for the stars and stripes the Constitution and the Laws which in the future. As they have been in the past must be the anchors which hold is firmly to a solid permanent and prosperous National existence. With thee word of admonition i have sufficient Confidence a your Honor and Fidelity the the principles of the order to feel there will be no further participation in any demonstration or Parade where the Emblem of treason is carried or displayed. Let the cause which triumphed in the War be maintained in the completeness of its Victory and the fullness of its significance. John Palmer. Commander in chief. By the Comman der i chief s Fred Hist bbb adjutant general a. M. K. Quick. Assistant adjutant. Killed her husband. Police officer Cotter of san Pra Elseo. Shot by his wife. San Francisco. November 9.�?poliee officer Jeremiah t. Cotter was shot and killed this morning by Iris wife at their residence on fifteenth Street. The couple had a quarrel originating it is stated from the report that the police commissioners would examine Carter to night on the charge of intemperance. Mrs. Cotter claims her husband attacked her. And that she fired two shots in a Elf Defonse. One of which took effect in the ack. Killing him. The woman surrendered herself and was taken to jail. A a Campbell. 1hu�� the annual proclamation. 8pbciai. Dispatch to the a Nat a. Columbus. Ohio. November 9.�?the following proclamation was issued by the governor to Day executive department office or the governor. V Columbus Ohio november 9.1891. J to the people of the state of Ohio the people of Ohio have much to be thankful for. The past year has brought them Many blessings and they have not been visited by plague pestilence or famine. They see around them evidences of Industry and Thrift. Particularly have they been favored with an abundant yield Fra a Orchard and Field. The Earth has truly Given to them of its treasures and threatened depression has been averted by the Benny of nature. A the Learned professions the tradesman the Mechanic and the labourer Hare reason to rejoice with the Farmer that divine provi Dence has Given him plenty thus a Nabling him to bestow of his Supply up Jln less fortunate countries. Therefore. I. James a Campbell. Governor do Call upon the people of Ohio to observe thursday. November 26, As a Day of general thanksgiving and to abstain upon that Day from All labor whatsoever except such As is usually performed on sunday. It is advised that they1 repair to their respective places of worship and return thanks to an All via end All Erci foul Cre Ator for the favors a powered upon the people of the Commonwealth an4 at the saute time prayers be offered for the poor and the unfortunate of al in testimony i have scribed my hate and caused to to affixed the great Seal of the state of olym at Columbus. This 9th Day of novel Nebr. In the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and ninety one. And in the one Hundred and sixteenth year it the Independence of the United Stetes of America. By the governor. J Ames amp Campbell. Daniel j. Ryan Secretary of state. A a a a a a a a a its True. Martial Law in Brazil. Rio Janeiro full of revolutionists. Reports of severe fighting can not be verified. Pressed the actions. Ire unto sub winnings of the noted plunger Wells. He he a a a system which Katek Moat Cari silly. He Breaks m Bank five times to one night Bla total Winn Inga something Baor Mous. Ice Pright a iia Camp special Cable to the . Monte Carlo. November 8. Englishman Wells closed his Campaign against the tables last night and left Fer London. Having won �2800. This added to i july winnings gives him a total of 9309,000. Night before last he won 250.000, and broke the Hank five times during the evening. At ene time he had in frent of him a pile of thousand Frane Netee a toot and a half High. While waiting for the train in a burst of Confidence he said its a system that i Havo been working out for Yean during which time i have been patiently watching a the running of the tables. �?�1 would stay and clean out the Hank but the physical Strain is beyond my strength. I will be Back again soon. Players have watched me in them two trials and they ight do. What i have Dene if key old it a -�1 they had the n Pluck enough pasty a my system did no to have follow my requires a capital of �6,. Ami of fit for tote a it id firt with the maximum stakes of�?T�?T6.000 or 12,000 francs sas the enable the player the reimburse his Lessee. The principal Point the to follow the Tapie Atad catch the runs or Tho Serin of Runa a on thursday and Friday when with 12,000 on each of two chances. I wan Able to Clear the table of v is capital several times. Again at 1 o clock yesterday i had taken All of the thousand look Frano Bank notes supplied to the Trent it Quarante tables and the croupier were obliged to pay one Deal with email Odd notes and Rolls of Gola until another �4.069 Worth of big notes had been brought to the cashier. All this naturally afforded splendid sport for the numerous Spectator was rejoiced at so successful an attack upon the enemy. When the cards were running awkwardly i placed smaller stakes than the maximum but for the series i always placed the Maxi mom of 11000 Fiance each. I always insured against the refit of the Bank a Odd Okano even though this East me at the rate of 1 per sent. Upon stakes of Ever �1.000. Yet i believe it always paid me in the ate supper wrote a explanatory letter lighted a Cigar and that out his Lite a Kansas City leans cold take off Kansas cite. November 7.�?for coolness Aad deliberation of execution a most remarkable suicide was committed in this City about 7 of clock test evening. The following note was written by the suicide just before committing the deed a to whom it May in Brebt i. E. G. Sutton of my own free will do hereby take my life. No use of any questions being asked. I have tried this life and am ready to try the life to come. I have in my pocket tickets a the lotteries As i suppose you will discover. If they draw any thing give it to my daughter. I wish you All Good Luck. Some people May think 1 am full i am-1 have just eaten a Hearty after writing the above be lighted a Cigar and placed it in his Mouth sat Down in a chair leaned Back against the Wall and with the Namest composure sent a Bullet through his heart. When found he was sitting Back in his chair dead with the lighted Cigar Stem in his Mouth. He leaves a wife and four year old daughter. Caught a Wildcat which frightened Keilt Nenias thought was a Panther. President Dafonseca suffering from a cancer. His enemies take advantage of Hie illness and cause the outbreak the secure Hie overthrow. Washington. D. A. November 5.�?the department of state has received a cablegram from minister Conger confirming the Repert of the dissolution of Congress and declaration of martial Law in Brasil. The disturbed state of affairs in Brazil is viewed with deep concern Here in View of the importance of american interests in that country and our close Trade relations with it. There is Reasen to believe that the revolutionary movement is being fomented by a considerable party which seeks to re establish a monarchical form of government in Brazil. Such reports As were received Here during the past few months indicated a steady strengthening of the Republican feeling among the brazilian people and while the news of the revolutionary movement causes much Surprise and will probably Lead the the ordering of some of our naval vessel to Points where trouble threatens it is not generally believed that the reactionary element is Strong enough the uproot the new Republic. M London. Passed an impeaching Bill Over veto of the president. This Oflyn Dedube president who resolved to dissolve Congress although this proceeding was clearly unconstitutional As at that time the budget had not ret been voted. Deodoro Dafonseca is again dictator governing by virtue of his own decrees. He has promised that new elections will Seon be held. He insists upon certain changes in the Constitution. The Congress having found itself unable to publish a manifesto its members Are returning borne. Tjie opinions of the residents of the provinces Are unknown All news of this sort being suppressed. The Lack of Public spirit and patriotism will probably cause their submission to the will of the Dom Pedro. He will Seton so Brasil if the Empire is by blend. Paris november7.�?the Figaro to Dav publishes a an interview with dem Pedro of Brazilia regard to the recent events it Rio Janeiro. During the course of this conversation Dorn Pedro said a i know nothing about what has occurred in Brazil during the past two years. I am As completely ignorant of the events of yesterday As of to Day. It has been my desire to neither directly nor indirectly canse civil War. I have sacrificed my All to spare the country that Scourge. On the Day i received the news of my deposition i could have Over come the revolution but i preferred exile to continuing Dora Pedro said that he never wished to be any thing but a pastor Popoli and that if it was True the Commodore a Gamma was becoming dictator the disappearance of Teda Fonseca government might imply the restoration of the Empire. A Gamma was once my most devoted Friend and if the people Appeal to their old emperor i should immediately undertake to return and devote my remaining strength to the happiness of the people. Then i should be rewarded to sleep my last sleep in my beloved a e Dafonseca and very Matt to knew thera Sonoe Rete the re Voletine in Brasil. London. November 5.�?very Little news is obtained Here a regard the the revolution in Brazil for it is now generally admitted that another political upheaval of an important nature is in Progress. Only traffics Cable messages Are allowed by the brazilian authorities to be transmitted to Europe from Brazil. And even these messages Are carefully studied by the officiate so As to make sore that they Are no cipher massages. The latest Cable Newa received in this Eity before the censorship was established Over the Telegraph offices in Brazil was to the effect that there was no room for doubt that a revolution had broken out Rio Janeiro the capital was said to be full of soldiers quartered tin the Barracks in the Public buildings. Camped in the Public squares and billeted upon the hotels and other such places. The Tooti used ill health of president Dafonseca and political intrigues Aste the Choice of his successor Are said to be at the Bottom or the uprising. It is said that there has been fighting a the streets of Rio Ufi Neito. But the report can not be verified. Ca dispatch published Here by the Exchange Telegram company asserts that preside at Dafonseca of Brazil is suffering severely from to Roeer. It is presumed that this fact has become a Alif Cju that it Huml the in onto rat which has been soldering for sometime a a Smo Goering for past and which owed its origin to the jealousies of political parties and to the intrigues of Public men ambitions to succeed to the presidency. In addition to these disturbing footers a brazilian affairs there is the working of the old doa Pedro party which still counts for a great Deal in the affairs of Tho brazilian Republic. Little or no news As to Tbs real state of affairs at Rio Janeiro can be obtained under the present conditions. E a a dictator an Adverse decision i a sait a Ruarks by lad la a e. Ohio and ill labels against Uncle Sam. Washington. D.c., december a a the court of claims t4>-Day rendered a decision dismissing the suits of the states of Indiana. Ohio and Illinois against the United states to recover the two per cent fund retained from the proceeds of the Sale of the Cumberland Gap Road aggregating si.500.1 80. The court held that the fund is not a Trust fund and that it is barred by the statute of limitation. A Appeal will be taken. Morder and Sofielde. Cluba cal. November 8.�?h. F. Farnsworth aged 22. Son of a Wei known Farmer Here this afternoon shot and wounded probably fatally his Fiancee. Isab Omaneal he then Phot himself dying instantly. Special dispatch to the sgt Tiker. Paris. By. November 9.�?for the past four or Jive weeks an alleged Panther has been creating great excitement along the Banks of Hinkston in a wild Section of country Between Flat Roek. This county and Sharps Burg. Bath county. The animal was chased by b tree Aud a night to Day or two Aga and it proved to be a monster Wildcat which had tusks Over one and a half inches Long. Abram s. Hewitt says americans and met Eagle Shea will buy Bis works. New York november 9.�?mr. Abram 8. Hewitt of Cooper. Hewitt amp co. This morning confirmed the report that he contemplates the Sale of the entire property of the company but to whom he refuses to say. To says the intended purchasers Are All american and is knows nothing of an a English Syndicate wanting to buy the works. The Sale is not yet consummated. A a a. A a Iowa democrats held a at grand Jollif cation mooting which governor Hoto speak. Lbs Moines. Nov. 9.�?the democrats of Des Moines and Iowa generally celebrated the recent Victory Here to night. At the grand opera House the principal speakers were governor Boies. Cef opel Harjes a. Ting was fail governor to with great applause. A governer Ames. Gtd a a rapids an Vouis. The Mestini Phe speech of gov it Man. O enthusiasm Iea was received a Fosse Oak to new title to 9e proclaim i himself a a Faaee measure. Rio pm Janeiro. November 6.�?president Dafonseca has been proclaimed dictator. After the troubles in Rio Janeiro last tuesday Between riotous citizens and tha soldiery. In which several of the former were killed tha chiefs of the army requested Fob Seea to assume the functions of a dictator saying that the emergency demanded it he appeared to demur for a time but at length gave his consent. He then issued a decree relating the causes of disagreement Between him and the Congress and defending Hie position. Wednesday a conference of ministers was held. At its conclusion Fonseca issued another decree in which he proclaimed himself pict toe. He said that the dictatorship was to last until the political revolutions were at an end and Law makers Learned to keep in Progress with Republican ideas. A dictatorship he added. Was the very beet thing for the distracted country. He disclaimed any intention of prolonging it after peace had been restored. Telegrams Rafeei de from Porto Allegro in the state of Rio Grande do sul. Declare that the authority of the dictator is not recognized there. This state is one of the most prosperous and Independent of All the states. It has a population of nearly 700.009. The republicans in it say that they will not tolerate % dictatorship and Are demanding armed opposition to Fonseca. It is officially announced that the president a convened the nation to elect new representatives at a Date to be determined upon later Loe oed to do it. I report that president Monicca was compelled to Aeo ept the dictatorship. London november 6.�?advices received from Rio Grande do sul declare that the army and Navy compelled president Dafonseca to assume the dictatorship and that there is considerable agitation in the province of Rio grand do sul. Where the late events at Rio Janeiro Are considered to be but a prelude to the restoration of the Empire. I quo the dispatch continues a the latter is not certain Bat personal observation in 1890 Inri aced the suspicion that the change to a Republic was Only the cloak to cover the ambition of certain demagogues and not the desire of the nation. Robbery Public robbery and the lowering of the rate of Exchange which Bare occurred since have engendered Universal discontent and was the pre Corser of the present cataclysm. Quot Northern Brazil is decidedly in favor of an Empire and Only in Central Brazil is the Republic popular. This May Lead to Dom Pedro a grandson becoming chief of the state under a Regency of three prominent citizens. Representing the Northern. Southern and Central provinces Aad insuring the Unity of martial Law still new prevails in to ice Iship placed Over the Frena. Special dispatch to the Enqu Bixb. New York. November 7.�?a Rio Janeiro Cable to the world to night says a the situation is unchanged. Martial Law is still prevailing. The police exact passports from every body leaving the City. The banker marring is the Mephis Teoh Eles of the situation and is taking advantage of his chances for punishing his opponent. Count de Figueirdo is obliged to report daily to the police. Editor Rodrigues has been threatened with arrest and the dress in general is forbidden to make comments on the situation. The City is under the control of the military and a military tribunal is sitting. The people Are quiet and apathetic. The whole difficulty has grown ont of the jealousy Between the president and Congress the Cabinet wanted an inflation of the currency. Prominent imperialist held s conf Rene at Bio Janeiro. New York. November 7.�?a Valparaiso dispatch says that Newe was received there yesterday from Rio de Janeiro that president Fonseca has held a Long conference with two prominent imperialists. This has Given Rue to a Rumor that Dom Pedro Stu be requested to return to Brazil Ana take the throne. In Case of his declining the offer the Story goes that the throne will be offered to the Conde do end. The husband of Dom Pedro s daughter. These stories Are merely rumours How Ever. The president publicly promises constitutional government. A Rio Janeiro in a state a siege. Lisbon. November 6.�?Cable dispatches received in this City to Day from Rio Janeiro contain the information that All the Heaters and other Ahmed of amusement have been closed by order of the authorities. The eel diera Are patrolling the City Fer the purpose of preventing any assembling of the people. All the Public buildings Are being guarded by troops and the state of siege is being persecuted with vigor. The members of the diplomatic corps stationed a Rio Janeiro met to Day for the purpose of to Laoag aeon Tereace a regard to the situation. No hostility toward oar marines in Chili tro unusual rash at Tho various Navy Yarda Baa no War Idle 11 Washington d. A. November 9.�?a cablegram received by Secretary Tracy from Captain Schley dated Valparaiso. Chili yesterday. States that there Are no indications of any feeling of he Utility toward the Balti mares company at Valparaiso. The Navy department announces this morning in issuing the cablegram for publication. That it was not sent by Captain Schley in response the any inquiry from Here. It was probably inspired by the receipt at Valparaiso of cablegram from friends of Tho officers of the ship asking about the truth of the Rumor which was1 abroad Here two or three Days ago that the Baltimore had been blown of by the chileans. Captain Schley undoubtedly thought that if such a Rumor was circulated at Home he bad better deny it officially. His remark about the Lack of hostility toward his men is taken to mean that there Are no Seigne of Antigen ism now. Whatever May have been the state of Public feeling nearly a month ago. When the attack was made on the Crew in the City. Regarding the report of unusual activity and sunday Werk in the Navy Yards it a said at the Navy department that it has no War like significance. No order has been sent from the department for sunday work and it is not known officially that there has been any. It has been a constant practice to work a Force of men overtime at Navy Yards when there was a particular need for haste and if work has been pushed on sundays it has been in pursuance of the general order to hasten the Werk of repair on the ships in order to have them in readiness Fob their Winter cruises. The order in the Esse of the Minta Nomah was issued weeks ago. The Monitor Haa Gene into commission which puts the government to considerable expense to maintain her. So that it is in the interest of Economy to hasten her completion and put her in serviceable condition in the Esse of the Atlanta orders were sent to Complete her repairs in haste when disquieting news was received from Brazil last week with the intention of sending her to Rio de Janeiro. The orders have hot been countermanded notwithstanding the disappearance of the urgent features of the situation in Brazil so that any work done on the vessel yesterday was in pursuance of the original order. The construction Bureau of the Navy reports that while the work of repair of thes bips has been programming rapidly As a matter of fact the Bureau itself has less work under Way at present than for months past. The United states steamship Philadelphia arrived at st. Thomas. West ladies to Day. Mim Steb Ega Aslica Protection for refugee a Basore of a Ataee atoned attack of the americas legation. Santiago. Chill november 6.�?tbe newspapers Here have for several Days been publishing wild stories about a conspiracy formed among the refugees at the american legation to kill general Canto. A notice was circulated to Day calling for a meeting of people in the Plaza to the conspiracy or. Egan the United states minister informed the Jante to amp to threats had been made to attack the United states legation and a to capture the refugees. And he warned the Junta that it would be held responsible for such action. Later in the Day several thousand men assembled a the Plaza and applauded several incendiary speeches in which the supposed conspiracy and the United states legation to Kab denounced. The Junta upon receiving or. Egans letter sent a troop of cavalry the guard the United states legation and As the meeting in the Plaza closed the Intendente publish to a notice saying that the stories of a conspiracy were devoid of foundation. Serious trouble was doubtless averted by this notice although the government did nothing to prevent Troubl until receiving or. Egans protest. To -�4m a mass of blames in he Hills behead Theka a Rdv a. , november 9.�?the Kentucky Hills opposite Here Are a mass of fire to night furnishing a picturesque scene that is almost unrivalled. The loss will probably be great Congress voted against this and also ria the forests of heavy Timber. Old sores breaking oat afresh. Friends of Foraker charge Sherman with breach of Faith and insist that he violated the pm Visoati agreement they also claim the magic name of Fraher carried close ceo ties Aid the legislature of�?T92 will bight the wrong done him i it 1881 the friends of Shermaa smile Aad Wink Aad Shraj their shoulders Aad say ? Feraker will be beaten Twete oae. Special dispatch to the Columbus Ohio novembers bus managers of sex governor senatorial Campaign Are very much gained Over what they claim Ture publication of the list of which i printed a few Days ago. And i that the Young gentleman who them had no authority to thus away the sex governors strength doing set up claims in which Are not mad by Tebee who informed As to the preferences of tor and representative. The Foraker men. Alao. Exhibit their Serantes Over the 8brmait and his ii a Tea ant Campaign in placing candidates in nomination in violation Claa agreement entered Between 8hermaa and Foraker i by themselves nor their friends Ferfera in any Way with the nominations. One of sex governer Foraker mate friends and one of his urine Agars who requested that his name be Given said a this agreement was openly and scandalously violated in the seventh District by judge a. C. Thompson of it was conceded on All hands that county was entitled to the the delegates Viu elected to the convention with the Enders that the other co urn ties were to ratify sends Choice. A but before tha convention assembled judge Thompson went surreptitiously among the delegates and set up a Job which resulted in defeating the Khoiee of Jackson county and nominating a Man presumably for Sherman. And then boasted of his Triumph Over Foraker. But the friends of the latter did not sulk. Even after this perfidy but supported Phillips loyally and prevented the election of a Democrat. A again in Fayette county in Yoeu violation of the agreement the friends of Sherman forced ironclad instructions upon the candid note nominated and carried the same sort of a fight into the senatorial convention. A now. It May be that senator Sherman had nothing to do with these movements nor with the performance in the Twenty seventh Leoj ked queer at the time to any the least of a a Vvs a to what do you refer in the latter senatorial District a a to the fact that or. Hedges the business associate of senator Sherman. For cup himself into the convention on a proxy in violation of the statutes was its presiding officer and Drew the Resolution which sought to absolutely Hind the senator to Sherman against All other quot what was governor Foraker doing in tha same line it the same timer nothing whatever. Both he and his friends were aware of the interference of Sherman a henchmen with nominating conventions and while the friends of Foraker were disposed to go in and make a fight for the nominations he absolutely forbid them from doing on what grounds Aon the ground that he intended standing by his agreement with Sherman whether the other Side kept Faith or not. Governor Foraker was a not willing to imperil the al Notton of a Republic a legislature by allowing his Fri not if to retaliate on the friends of Sherman. The Wisdom of governor Foraker s forbearance is to be seen in the Eie Etien returns. A your big majority on joint ballot a made up by capturing All the close and doubtful of an ties and if you will refer Back to the election statistics of two years ago you will find that it was in these counties outside of Hamilton that Foraker most nearly maintained his former vote. The most Prono need Sherman counties a the Interior of the state As a Rule were the ones that slaughtered Foraker in 1889. A and you will also find that in All thee close and doubtful counties the Foraker sentiment in the strongest. They elected representatives that the wrong Pone Foraker in 1889 might be lighted by electing him to the United states Senate in 1892. That was the chief motive that spurred the Young republicans info unremitting action and gave is the legislature by Sueh a phenomenal majority. It was the work of the younger element of the party and that element a practically a unit for what Are your figures Aste the probable result in the caucus a have none the give onto at present al least i do not care to set Sherman s henchmen to annoying governor Foraker a friends by making ant boasts or attempting to name a list of his supporters. But i will say. That behead any reasonable doubt he will get a majority of the senators and a decisive majority of tha members of the House. Yes. We Are quite rare of this but we do not Prepose to be beaten by Over confide Nee we will Wadieh every Point the contest will be hot and May become acrimonious. Thera Are experienced Aad shrewd politician a the other Side men who Are resourceful and Pertina Cious to the last degree Aad we do not underestimate what they May be Able to accomplish. A your candidate is a comparatively Yonng Man and self made. He Haa no Mon a and no vast Money a d influences to Back his claim to the senator ship. But that does net discourage him nor his friends. Thera Are other things than wealth that entitle men to consideration at tha hands of their follow citizens. A will Secretary Foster Cut a Figura Iatha senatorial fight a posted not in it. A i do not think that he win. If there has been any disposition on the part of the legislature hitherto to project or. Foster into the contest it is rapidly disappearing. Thera will Only be two men in the fight Foraker Aud Sherman and the Caoua will choose Between them. We believe and have the Best of reasons to believe that Foraker will be the choir by a majority so Large aate create a decided sensation of the Friende of Sherman freely express the opinion that Foraker a strength All told a the caucus will not exceed fifty that Sherman will beat him twe to one. It is Elesra enough even at this stage of the contest that somebody will be sadly mistaken. Taking Kier ii. Limerick november a a this City to Day was the scene of a fierce conflict in which forty soldiers and a mob of people were engaged. Four to Zdiera were seriously wounded with knives. Six civilians were arrested. And in to

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