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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1SS8,
Let us unite and boom things.
It is paid that one clean sweep do
Tnm:n nro nine llssonio lodftes in
Arizona comprising a membership of
Eveiit Territory except Arizona, New
Mexico nnd Utah elected Republican
JuuGiM- the future by present in
dications we can safely look for busy
R.rrn parties claim 7eet Virginia, but
the chances are that the republicans
wils get it.
Th eke will be an absence of adipose
tissue in tbe presidential oh sir after the
4th of Marob next.
The new lav? requires the eleotoral
Oollrce to meet January 14th instead of
DeoemVerG. as heretofore.
amuisos's gain was larger in Indi
an iu proportion to the xote cast, than
in uny other of the doubtful states.
J We elsewhere publish an open letter
I to linn. Marcus A. Smith, Bad we com-
i rnvnd it to bis Eerious consideration.
How. Jons T.T.Surrn was the only
republican elected to office in Marioopa
County. He wbs elected to the Territo-
The Tucson correspondent of the Phe
Qazettee still continues to bear
down a little heavy on some members of
Pima's ancient democraoy.
While it is generally conceded that
the republicans got away with the earth,
no complaint his yet been made of any
attempt to preempt the moon.
TnEday after tbe eleotion was the
seventy seventh nnneversnry of the bat
tle of Tippeoanoe. It scored another
viotory for the Harrison family.
If the democrats will continue piok
in the free trade tiint they will eventu
ally satisfy themselves as to the real
cause of their overwhelming defeat.
We to-day print a full and correct list
of tb9 vote in Pima oonnty bb per tbe
returns oanvassed and officially declar
ed by the Board of Supervisors yesterday.
Hesbt Wattekon ia a mournful
blending of tbe pathetlo and humorous
says; "We feel worse about Sister Indi
ana than we do about New York. It is
like a death in the fBmily."
Focn years agojtheldemocrats shouted
"turn tbe rascals out" now they are
eqially loud in howling for "oivil ser-
latter doctrine at tho eleventh hour, is
just a "leelle" open to suspicion.
Tnn friends of Mr. T, A. Judd are
talking him np for city assessor. Should
hB agree to run ho would make an in
teresting rsc at ' if elected a first class
B8i&eor. Tbe'ffeo i? worth S1200 per
BBunrn. The probability is that Mr.
Jcddwill be in the field.
The telegraph brings word of the
drowning of two boys while aVating
near St. Cloud, Minnesota on the lth
inst. Had this item gone out from
Tucson it would probably have read
"Two boys were melted into grease
spots while playing marbles on the
streets in Tucson."
The White Ohapel murder in Lon
don still oontinues to agitate that city to
the core. It seems impossible to run
down tho perpetrator of these most
henions crimes and should the polioe
succeed in catching him it looks as
though it will bo more through good
fortune ihau good management.
TnANKSorviNO day will occur just one
week from to-day. Tho republicans
will oner thanks with all the fervenoy
of their souls, and eat turkey with
sharpened appetites, and the democrats
although somewhat politically down in
tbe month will abandon their crow
banquet and take turkey too.
Tin? interests of Pima oonnty are tho
interests of every citizsn resident here
in. It Is now time to join hnnds ana
boom her for nil 6ho is worth. Her re-
RnnrnPR nre almost illimitable and as
yet but little known. Let us stand to
gether and make them known, invite
immigration nnd develop her resources
nnd advance her interests.
Arizona's efforts to olect a congress
man that is in 6vmnathy with the gov
ernment generally results in failure. In
all her recent history the has not done
this more than about twloe. As soon as
Arizona llops" to her congressman the
ffovernment "llops" into the hands of
the opposing party. Ool. BeBn was
elected on this principle but he missed
it. Mark hit it onco but missed it by a
big majority when he tried it again.
Tnn Republicans get their work in
nicely in Connecticut. Tho plurality of
Morris, tho Democratic candidate for
governor, was 1,416, but under the law
the cuccesefnl candidate must have a
majority of all tho votes cast, and as
Morris failed to score that point the
election is thrown into the legislature
nnd that body boing republican will
elect Bnlkdey, tho candidate of that
New Yobk seldom ever before went
either democratic or republican without
taking New Jerty or Connecticut with
bor. This time however, she did it,
confident of ber great strength to make
and unmake presidents, sho"went it
alone," gave tbe national republican
ticket 13,000 mf jority, elevated General
Harrison to tbe chief majistry and re
tired Mr. Cleveland to tho obsourity of
private life be bo fittingly deserves.
Great is New York with her 36 eleotoral
Totes. In the present political etatns
of the country ehe is the WaTwiok of
IIA.nniSOJf.AND THE SOUTH.
Many sections of the South regard
General Harrison's election with favor,
and the kindly feeling toward him South
of Mason and Dixon's line seems to be
growing. While bis polioy toward the
Southjhas not been made known, enough
has been learned to justify the belief
that it will be ono of singular advantage
to that seotion, and one which may have
tho effect of permanently breaking its
solid political line.
A Boutb Carolina editor recently re
turned from a visit to Indiana, eulogizes
General Harrison, and speaks in the
highest praise of .his anticipated polioy.
Since tho war a great deal of Northern
capital has been invested in the South.
Much of this money has been put in
manufacturing enterprises. Tho iron
resources of Tennessee, Alabama and
West Virginia are being rapidly devel
oped, and it is to these souroes that the
South looks for a share of her prosperity.
It is tho policy of the Republican party
to throw around the struggling manu
factories of the country. North and
South, the strong arm of Protection, It
is tho polioy ct the great industrial par
ty to foster and build up tbe infant in
dustries of tho South as well as those at
the North, hence tbe wise and conserva
tive people of that section hail the elect
tion of General Harrison as indicative of
growing prosperity and increased wealth,
Cleveland's oabinet was made up of
lawyers, without a praotical business
man in the entire concern. It is now
aunounoed that after the fateful-fourth
of Marob next they will again swing
their shingles in the wind. Dan La
mont will, from the position of Presi
dential adviser, return to tho seclusion
of a New York insurance office, with the
nioe little stipend of $10,000 a year at
tatohed to it, while the ex-President
himself will, it is said, travel in Europe
for his health.
An Open Letter to Hon. Mark Smith
Hon. Mabe A. Smith, Tombstone, A
T.: We, the undersigned, stockmen of
Yuma county, respectfully urge that
you use your influence to bring about a
repeal of the order of the Treasury de
partment requiring an inspection, by
the Territorial veterinary surgeon, of
Sonora cattle before entry, at least as
far as this port is concerned.
There is only one port in Sonora from
whence cattle are imported through the
custom bouse here, except on rare oo
carions, and that point lieB about twen
ty miles south from Yuma. These cat
tle come from the range made by the
overflow of the Colorado river, and all
the cattle thereon sro owned by the
oattlemen of Yuma county, having
been taken there from this territory.
The range is narrow and inaccessible
from all points except this, by reason of
surrounding waterless country. A num
ber of the larger stook growers of this
country keep a portion of their oattle on
Bsid range, for tho reason that in tbe
winter season grass is better mere tban
on tho ranges in Yuma county, and they
are enabled thus to keep the market of
Yuma supplied with good beef. There
are no cattle on this sonora range but
what have been exported from the
United States. To-day. owing to an no
usual dry season, the oattle of Yuma
county aro too poor to market, and for
nntned here hat come from the rnngo
across tbe line we have mentioned.
Tho result of tbe order of the Trea
snry Department hBR been to leave the
butchers of Yuma without choice as to
beef, nnd consumers are consequent
snfferere. What makes the order seem
so supremely ridicnlous is the fact that
there has never been known here n caie
of anthrax or splenic fever, or any fever.
or any infections disease of any kind
Wo have not even been visited by a
sanitary commission or a veterernary
surgeon, although wo have lately vainly
tried to reach tbe latter by telegram.
We can understand tbe necessity of
quarantine stations to be used in case of
necessity, but the order of theTreasury
Department creates n quasi perpetual
qoarantineall along the line, force con
sinners to eat poor beef, and advertises
us to the world as anthraxiously, splen-
loallyand otherwise generally infecti
M L Molina,
Jose M Molina,
J cam Martinez,
E T Sangcinhtti,
YciIA, A. T. Nov. 15, 18558.
at new tobk, NOV. 21.
Money on call easy at 203 per cent.;
last loan 2$ per cent; olosea ouereu at
fi-4 per oent; prime mercantile paper,
4l-,Kb per cent.
Wool Market active and firm; do
mestic tleeoes. 30 ft 37c.
CorrEB Nominal; lake, November.
Lead Firm but dull; domestic, 3.
Iin Quiet Bnd steady; straits, 22.35.
Silveb liar i'i 3-t.
Wool Market continues very strong
for all kinds of wool, and manufactur
ers are still free buyert. notwithstand
ing that large purchases of late terri
torr, Texas and California wools take a
wide range. Some scoured wools nre
costing as high as COc, bulk of sales
was in range of 45(j5a2.
Cattle R eoeipts, 9.000: market
active and higher; beeves, 5.0005.80;
steers, 2.P0&O.1U; stockers and feeders,
2,006o--5; Texas cattle. l.TSgiJZD; west
em rangers 2.0004.10.
AT KANSAS CITT.
The Live Stock Indicator reports:
Oatfxe Reoeips, 7,700: shipments,
3,000. Market active; Texas steers
steadv to iw. ntgber; cows lUo. feigner
and in Fome cases 15a. stronger: native
cows steady to strong; nativo dressed
beeves firm: stockers and feeders qniet,
rood to cboice corn fed, 4.75k3.25: com
mon to medium, 3 26g4 60; stockers and
feeders, luO and 3 4U; grass range steers,
1.50 and &00; cows, L10 and 2.83,
let that oold of yours run on. You
think it is a light thing. But it may run
into citarrb. Or into pneumonia, Or
Catarrh is disgusting. .Pneumonia is
dangerous. Consumption is death it
The breathing apparatus must be
Vnt hpRlthv and clear of all obstruc
tions and offensive matter. Otherwise
there is trouble ahead.
A II iJicaDCAa nf ihAJBA narta hpiti).
nose, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs.
can Do aenguiiuu uuu cutuu) cmw
by the use of Boschee's German Syrup.
T nit'l Irnnw ttnfl nlisinstr. thnti-
sand and thousands ot people pan tell
Von. They have been cared by it. and
"know bow ft is, themselves." Bottls
only 7B ceais. Ask uy ing gkt. J
Indianapolis. Ind.. Nov. 22 Presi
dent elect Harrison, has tendered Elijah
W. Halford. managing editor ot tbe
Indianapolis Journal, the position ct
private secretary. Mr. Halford is 43
years of age and a native ot England, j
He began his newspaper career as a re
porter on the Journal 25 years ago. lie
was for a time managing editor of the
Chicago Inter-Ocean in its earlier years.
He was for a few years private secretary
to late Senator Morton. He has long
taken an active and prominent part in
Indiana politics and was delegate to the
late Chicago convention, representing
Indiana on the committee on platform.
As an editorial writer be is widely
known for bis able and incisive political
articles. For several years past be has
been on intimate and confidential terms
with Gen. Harrison and his selection for
tbe position now tendered him oc
casions no surprise here.
Washington, Nov. 22, Vice-President
elect wa in tho city to-day inspect
ing tho largo apurtment house which he
is building on the site ot his former
residence here. Ho says tho time of
his visit to Gen. Harrison is not settled.
It will be arranged to suit tbe con
venience of both parties.
Devison, Tex., Nov. 22 The offioers
after a long chase in Chootaw nation
succeeded in overhauling and killing the
desperado supposed to be John Barber,
one or tbe celebrated n.en yaeen gang,
Tbe man bad killed an Indian and was
wanted tor attempted train robbery.
Nirtr Tnnr VnT. 22 Shortly after one
o'clock a fire broke out in a school build
ing at Long Island City. Nine hundred
nhitrlran in I)a nunin nilad nnon A
fought each other in frantio effort to get
out. ibey were pueu on uoor at loot
tha ntnirirAvs in henna nnd hundreds
them were badly bruised but none fatal
ly burt. Abo nre was lnsisnmcani.
London. Nov. 22. Advices from
Samoa state that Mataafa'a followers at
tacked the stronghold held by tbe ad
Im nf TnmnRMA at Atna on the
7th instant and oaptured tha out posts
alter two oars naming, xuany were
Chicago, Nov. 22 A false cry in the
Boston store this afternoon caused a
panio and a thousand people mostly
however shoppers and shop girls made a
frantio rush for the Btsirwaya and
exits. Many were bruised and several
severely hurt bat none fatally.
Los Anqeles, Nov22 A man named
Frank Robinson was shot and killed
during a game of poker last night by a
stranger wbo escaped. Three men were
playing poker at tbe time and tne
stranger bad lost heavily when he drew
a revolver and fired ceveral shots; one
ball entering Robinson's groin. The
man then made good bis escape.
Pkesoott. Ariz. Nov. 22 The trial of
Wm. Harper who shot and killed Walter
J. Murphy at the Joroma (Jopper mines
October last was concluded last night.
Ibe jury found him guilty of murder,
Wit.t.ttotjv. Kane. Nov. 22 List
evening Levi Meeker, wife and 8-year
old daughter were round ueau on toe
Sniitliern Kansas railroad track. It is
supposed they were struck while cross
ing the track, in a wagon, by a tram.J
Jamestown. Dak. Nov, 22 A call has
hwn ijunnrl fnr n nnnsiittltionnl conten
tion Bt Jamestown, Dee, 5th to further
tbo early admission oi tne two AsaKOias
into the Union,
New Yobk. Nov. 22 A London spe
eial to the Times says, "During tho past
two days there have beeu ouriona ex
pressions of opinion that tbe rrencblte
public is in a desperate strait and that
its downfall is imminent. Several Eng
lish radicals of repute have expreseed
tho most pessimistic views on the sub
ject out of which a eort of scare is gene
a I? XT V,-11 . IJ . K.
Delolior, 7.25; Uroekor, .OS; Obulli.r.A10
Con. Virginia, 9.00: Confidence, 1700
Gould & Curry. 450: Halo & Norcross
fi .13? T-nnnmntirp. 25: Pepr. CO: Peerless
1.70; l'otosi, 3.S5; Uphlr.7.oi; Savage,
4.7U; Bierrn Nevada, tt.Qo; union oon
a75; Yellow Jacket, G 25.
San Francisco, Nov, 21 The police
Eurgeon held an antop?y this afternoon
on the body ot Mitchell Block, who was
BuPDOsed to have died from the effects
ot n blow struck by John Goodman.
Tbe autopsy showed death was ccuBed
by dipbtberia nnd Uoodman nnd Mc
Gincey, who wero arrested with him,
Washington, Nov, 21 Assistant Sec
retary Maynard telegraphed to the col
lector ot customs at San Francisco to
day that tho Chinese laborers brought to
Seattle by tbe Queen of tbe Pacific, via
Victoria, B. O. may be allowed to land if
as tbe steamebip company claims the U.
S, courts have decided and tho collec
tor is satisfied that tbe Chinese embark
ed on an American vessel at nn Ameri
can port and bound for annother Ameri
can port and have not left tbe ship our
ing its stop at any intervening foreign
Baeebsfibld, Not. 21 At Peters A
Simons rnnca near liake rsneld to-day
Montague Stevens, an Arizona stock
man, while on horse back Bttemptod to
pick up a shot gan from a bush where
be bad laid it some time previous. The
gun was discbarged mangling bis nrm
so that amputation was necessary.
Indianapolis, Nov. 21. President
elect Harrison had e large number of
callers to-day. among them 100 or more
delegates attending the grand lodge, al-
ro Gov. Millett of Dakota,
New York, Nov. 21 The Methodist
Episcopal Missionary society oontinued
its session to-day. Among tbo appro
priations wero the southern California
Uwedisb mission, y.wu; Japanese mis
sion, 34,544; California conference
Pioche, Nev. Nov. 21 To-night as J.
Bingham, Thos. MoMahon and Geroni
mo Papira were coming up in a bucket
ia n shaft in tho Yuba mine the bucket
began turning and tbe miners' caodle
went out. Papira wa thrown from the
bncket to the bottom of the shaft, a dis
tance of 400 feet and mashed int pulp.
Rjth the other men were injured, Bing
ham having two ribs broken.
Cincinnati, Nov. 21 In the Woman's
Suffrage Association 53 delegates were
present from nine states and tbo District
or Colombia, the annual report sbow
ed that over one thousand newspapers
had accepted tbe offer made a year ago
to supply tbe suurago news, lue report
closed with rejoioing at tbe growth of
public sentiment everywhere In favor. of
woman s suffrage.
St. Loots. Nov. 21. J. W. Osborn.
division freight agent of tbe abash
railroad, testified before tbe Vest inves
tieatinc committee to-day that be wss a
cattle raiser in Nebraska, lie did not
know cersonallv of anv combination in
Chicago to reduce tbe price ot cattle, but
be thought the appointment ottbis com-
mitteo had much to do witn tnedeorease
in the price ot cattle iu Chicago since
J. O. Beattv. n oattle dealer of 1
Paso, Texas, testified that the large re-
ingerator put tip dt ine nrm wiiu uica
bs was connected in Texas was obliged
to shnt down because tbe railroad agent
had told them that bis obligations to Mr.
Armour were such that be would not get
cars tor them to ship their cattle to the
Pacific coast, The shippers now found
their best market to be the City ot Mex
ico. The witness said he referred to
the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe
roads. He thought the firm bed made
no complaint to tbe inter-state commis
Brewster Cameron testified that he
was raising cattle on tbe open ranges
ot Arizona. He considered that Chicago
controlled the markets ot the country
and many cattle raisers were on the
verge of bankruptcy.
Other witseatos tefiuoed muon to tea
fuse effiot, j
Santa Fe, N. M.. Nov. 21 A court
martial will convene at Fort Bayard on
the 27th instant to try 1st Lieutenant
Jamos S. Jonett, 10th Cavalry, en char
ges of drunkeucss, absenco from duty
without leave and conduct unbecoming
Washington, Nov, 21. Secretary of
tbo Treasury awarded a gold medal to
Wm, A. Harris ot San Bernardino, Cal.
for rescuing Harry Willis from drown
ing in the Pacifio ocean in August, 18SG.
San Fbanctico, Nov, 21 Zong 8ing,
tbe Chinaman who murdered bis uncle,
was sentenced to death by Judge Hunt
this afternoon. Date of execution is
fixed for Friday, Dec, 23. 1888. The
Snpreme court refesod him a new trial
Stockton, Cal. Nov. 21. Stockton
base ball club won tho championship
penuBnt ot the California league to-day
by taking their 40th game, Stockton 3,
London, Nov. 21.. Great excitement
occurred this morning when it was ro
ported another woman bad been mur
dered and mutilated in White Ohapel.
Tbe police immediately formed a cordon
around the premises and an enormous
crowd rushed to the vioinity in which
the crime is said to have been commit
ted. It was learned nnother murdtr bad
been attempted upon alow woman by a
man wbo aocsmpanied ber to her lodg
ings but in this instance bia work was
frustrated. According to tho woman's
Btory the man seized her Bnd struck ber
onco in tue throat witn a Kmie, Sae
struggled desperately and succeeded in
Ireeing nerseu if om nia ciasp ana scream
ed for help. Her cries alarmed the man
and ho tied without attempting further
violence. Some ot the neighbors who
heard tbe woman's sorcams followed tbe
murderer about three hundred yards
when ho disappeared. Ibe woman says
she ia fully able to recognize tho man and
gave a description ot him to tbo police.
1 p. m. After investigation tbe polico
are ot the opinion the attempted murder
in White Ohapel this morning was not
the work ot tbe man who committed tbe
attrociouB murders in that vicinity re
cently. No arrests have been made. The
exoitement Bmcng tho people continues,
Later Further investigation by the
polioe shows the White Chapel woman,
who reported this morning she had been
attacked by a man, is a prostitute of the
lowest order. She suffered only a alight
abrasion of the skin on her throat Tbe
polico plaoe no credit in her story of tbo
attaok and believo she indicted tho in
jury herself while drunk.
Sharhshibo, Ky.'Nov. 21 Judge E.
R. Wetbors gave himself up yesterday
stating he shot and killed a negro who
had threatened his life and those ot mem
ber of hii family and who made a mo
tion as it to draw n weapon.
NewYobk. Not. 21 -At mid-night an
unknown man nuioided by jumping from
tbe Brooklyn Bridge, Tho bedy was not
seen again after t entered tbe water.
New Yobk, Nov. 21. Tbo national
exeoutivo committee ot anti-saloon Re
publicans is in session -'.th closed doors
discussing tbe future policy of tbe or
San Francisc. Nov 21 John Goodwin
a brakemsn and Frank McGIeneey, a
waiter, were arrested this morning and
will be held to await tbe result of an au
topsy on tbe bodyfof a young man nam
ed Mitohel Black who died early thu
morning. Black who kept a restaurant
with his father discharged McGIeneey,
who was employed as waiter there re
cently. On tbe following night Bleak
met McGIeneey and Goodwin on the
etreot. A quarrel arose and uoodwm
struck Black on tbe head, the latter suf
fering muohfrom the blow and it is be
lieved his death this morning was cans
ed by it.
Norfolk Vb. Nov. 21. The Homo
Saving bank snspended this morning
owing its olaimtd to a report recently
circulated affecting its credit which pro
duced a run on the bank. Liabilities
estimated to be 8300.000. Dlwitors
," Jror will probablv 1oo
Habtfobd, Conn., Nov. 21 Official
canvass ot the vote of Connecticut gives
Cleveland a plurality ot 33C: for (gov
ernor Morris, democrat, n plurality ot
141G. But under tbe legal requirement
that b majority of all votes cast is neces
sary for an eleouon. No cboice is made
and the legislature being republican it
will elect Bulkeley, a republican. Tho
congressional delegation stands repub
licans 3, democrat 1.
Wichita, Kbs Nov. 21, Jake and Joe
Tabler (colored) were execntod this
morning in the conntv.jail for the killing
ot Cats and Geoody ivuntz sear Jco aod
Foxludian agency in Augt b5.
Washington, Nov 20 The navy de
partment has no information ot the re
ported surrender to the commander ot
tho TJ. 8, Boston of tbo steamer Hay
Hen Republic by tbo authorities of Hay
ti. Tho only report received was from
Cnpt. Ramsey, and this received by moil'
which siid the Hsytien officialj relcatad
the American schooner "William .Tones',
which bad been seized on suspicion of
engaging in filibustering, after an inves
tigation which established her ir.no
Citt or Mexico, Nov. 20 Work on
tbe branch central railroad from Tampi
co to San Luis Potosi is being pushed
day and night. Tho road is reducing
throngh rates and time to meet tbe na
tional schedule. The Inter-Ocean rail
road is at a stand still owing toopposi
tion to tho new general managers.
Washington, Nov 20 Col. Lamont,
when interviewed this afternoon as to
tho truth of tho report that he had been
appointed judgo advocate general of the
army, said that there was absolutely no
truth in it.
New Yobk, Nov. 20 Tho official can
vass ot the city is complete, the repub
lican electoral ticket received 100,925,
the democratic party 102,7-23, and the
prohibition electors 1126, the union la
bor 178 and the soaialiit ln2. GGGvotes
were defective out ot n total of 272,678.
There were cast in the city for Governor
David B. Hill ICS 454, for Warner Miller
99,352. W. W. Jones, prohibition, 1227.
The total democratic vote for mayor
1.090; Grant received 111,112, Hewitt,
71,979, Erhart 73,027.
San Francisco. Nov. 20. Seorelarv
Wetmoro of tho Viticulture commission
is sending out circulars to wine growers
nf the state asking co-operation in n
plan devised by the commission for ad-
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verusing uaiuornia wiae.. xjudcu win
be served daily at I'latt's ball where the
commission's exhibits will bs kept and
wines which will be furnished by ex
hibitors to patross wbo ir desiring tc
purchase in quantities be referred direct
to the growers ot respeotivo brands.
London. Nov. 20 The government i
considering the advisability ot appoint
ing a successor to Lord backville before
President Cleveland vacates his offioe.
Lord C. Vivian, minister at Brussels,
oould have the post but it is believed
be does not desire it. Tbe cboioe rests
upon either Mr. Flunkett, present envoy
to Japan, Sir Lascelle, mioister at
Bucharest, ur Mr. Monson, at Athens.
It is understood Lord Sackville will go
to Madrid aod Mr. Ferd. the present
minister, be transferred to Vienna.
Ukiah. Cal. Nov. 20. The Eureka
tn?e bound south was robbed by one
bighweyman 19 miles north of here this
fternoon. The robber too tie wells.
Fargo treasure box and tbe mail pouch
es. There were no passengers on b ard
the stage. It is not known cow much
the robber secured.
Washington. Not. 20. The sale of
the effeot of Lord Saekville continued
atlthe British legation to-day, A con
siderable quantity ot silver ware and
plated ware were first bought in by ho
tel men, the stables were then sold.
Everything sold brought twice or three
times its actual value.
Fab Rockawat. N, Y. Nov, 19. Threa
young men were drowned yesterday by
upsetting ot the boat Jaaaioi By. i
Washington, Nov. 20. The news bu
reau iu agriculture authorized to bo es
tablished at tho last session ot congress
and known as tho bureau of correspon
dence with agricultural stations, has
been assigned quarters here and begun
work under tho ditection of Prof. At
waler. Bulletins will be published from
time to timo setting out tbe results ot
agricultural experiments iu this country
and abroad which will bo distributed
among the experimental eeotions. The
feature of the work will be to engage
tbo ablest specislfits in this country and
Europe to compilo artioles on the sub
jects about which geniral information
may be required for distribution when
ever the importance of the subject
seems to warrant expenses. Still an
other junction ot the bureau will bo to
supply congress with information that
may bo found necessary and it in legis
lator on agricultural matters,
Albuquerque, N. M. Nov. 20 Pres.
J. W.Conley and directors Ben L. Cook
and Bud Doble of tho Rio Grand and
Utah railroad company, arrived in the
city to-day from the north. They are
re'ticent regarding tbeir movements but
it has leaked out that they are here to
ordor the construction work on tbe road
from Albuquerquo to Durango, Colo.
This road will conneot at this point with
tho Santa Fe and Atlantio k Pacific.
San Francisco, Not. 19, At the an
nual meeting of tbo Blooded Horse As
sociation to-day David AtoCluro was re
elected president, L,. a. Uulver secretary
J W, Rea Bnd T. S. Montgomery of San
Jose were elected members ot thn As
sociation. A committee was appoint
ed to revise the rule?, so as to allow dec
larations to bo made up to tbe weighing
hour innlead ot G p. m, ot the day prior to
tho race as heretofore.
Washington, Nov 19 The local in
spectors ot Ssn Francisco have suspen
ded the licenso of uaptain wauaco com
manding thf. Bteamer City of Chester.
because of bis alleged responsibility for
the recent collision with tbo steamer
Ooeanic. The supervising inspector of
Calirornia di ttict roversed tbo action
of the local inspectors on tbo ground
that the captain bad not been furniehed
a prior investigation with a copy ot the
charges on which tho suspicions became
based. Tbe question as to tbe legal
necessity of such a stei in cases ot in
vestigation by inspectors was referred to
tbo solicitor ot tbo treasury wbo bas giv
en his opinion that it is not necessary.
The deoision otthe local inspeotor there
Chicago, Nov. 20 Tho annual meet
ing otthe national csttle growers asso
ciation began hero to-day. In a paper
read by Hinrs cf Micb. n member of tho
committee appointed to investigate con
tniricm ot Texas fever, it was recommend
ed tbe association to ask congress to
exact all railroads or other transporta
tion companies shall transport southern
cattlo from one state to anotner between
tho first day ot March nnd the first day
ot December of each year only, on earn
or compartments labelled or branded in
distinct characters "for transportation
of cattle south ot SO lb parallel! of north
latilndo on!." and that they shall bo
yarded watered and fed only in yards of
tne district and apart from nortnorn cat
tle, The c- mmiiteo olso recommended
the enactment ot uniform legislation by
vnriou? states ro ulating tbo transpor
tation of cattld and their care in stook-yarde.
iNDLiNAroLis, Nov. 19 General Mas
ter Workman Powuerly took tha floor
at tbe afternoon session ot tbo knigbts
of labor convention nnd vigorously de
nounced the statement made in a urn
cago labor journal that tho convention
had been packed in his favor and that
he end S Cretan Litchman had mado
peace at the first opportunity with those
that wro ready to bring obarges against
them. Powderly's denial called forth
Cottonwood, Cal,, Nov. 19. A firo
broke out last night in Nickles' drug
store at Millvillo which was destroyed,
merchandise warehouse. Loss S 17,000.
insurance 84,500; cause unknown.
Cincinnati, Nov, 20. A train on the
"Big Four" road was wrecked by tho
spreading ot a rail on aonrvo near liar
rison this morning. Five cars tumbled
into the old oanal bed. The wreck took
fire bnt was extinguished by the engine
Forty passengers were on board and
nearly all were burt nnd soma may die.
SruiNGFiELD, Mo Nov. 20. Taylor
Smith n well Known sporting character
was killed this afternoon by Margaret
Miller, bis mistress, in a trivial despute,
Chicao, Nov 20 Geo. Foebel. tbo
board ot trade mm wbo lost ?1U,UUU in
tho September wheat corner 6mcidea
by shooting this morning.
HaruisiiubS, Nov 20 Official returns
show that Harrison's plurality in tho
late cUcma in tun elate was t'J,otl.
Atlvnta. Gi. Not 20 -A. II. Colquitt
w3 ti-dr.y ri o'eeted U. S. Senator,
Grady ot tbo Constitution refused to
Washington, fcuv 20 a rumor ia
gaining ourrenoy that Cleleland con
templates appointing private seorotary
Lamont jtdgo advocate general ot the
army in place of Gen. Swam now under
Washington, Nov. 20 The President
goes to Oak View to-day to begin
preparation of his message to Congress
and will remain till completed.
Pittsburg, Pa , Nov. 20 The conven
tion ot boiler inspectois to form a na
tional organization m?t here this morn
ing. Delegates from nearly every state
in the country present
Lee4Ville, Ky., Nov. 20 The houso
ot Jack Gregg was burned last night.
His family of four persons perished.
Chicago, Nov. 20 Billy Pinkerton
stye be remembers Dr. Trumblety who
Is supposed by tbe Lmdon polico to bo
tbe White Chapel butcher. Trumblety
i? guilty of the most disgusting unnam
alle vices nnd Pinkerton thinks him en
tirely capable ot the White Chapel
atrocities. He was in Washington dur
ing tho war and Bold book to the sold
iers which was prohibited on account of
New Iork. Niv 19 The Catholic
News bas received tbe text of the letter
sejt by Csrdinel Simeoni, Prefect of
Propoganda, to Cardmel Gibbons in
trln ih 1in fnrtcAr Rtfitps that Pronarynn-
da after investigation can for tbe mo
ment bo tolerated, but tbesaored con
gregation request that the rule" ot po
c.ety be modified so as to make clear
whatever might re construed in a broad
seroe. especially the words savoring ot
socialism or communism be selected in
snob away that they shall only affirm
tho right conferred by God on man ot
acquiring proprety by legitimate meins
respecticg tbe proportionate rights of
all other persons.
St Louis. Not. 19 The famous Dor
ris mansion in the West End wa burn
ed .bis jaorning. This imposing struc
ture which oost in tbo neighborhood of
a hundred thousand dollars was totally
destroyed. Six years ago Mrs General
Dorrts was murdered in it by her grand
sou and since then it bas been used tfl
a publio house.
New Yobk Not. 19 The LaBurgoyno
which srrived to-day brought the le
mams of Mrs. Deacon, daughter otRear
Admiral Baldwin, Mrs. Deacon diet! on
ship board the same day her father died.
Beaver Falls, Pa., Nov, 19. The
rolling mills burned last to-night, aix
men were seriously burned, two of them
Washington, Nov. 19. At hta graad
est reception, the British Minister sever
had a larger crowd in bis bouse, than
there wss this morning, tbo occasion be
ing the auotion sale of Lord Saokville
Fobt Sirrrn. Ark.,Nov. 19. The U.S.
marshal is authoritatively notified that
all Mnmfi nf mn uminnhln Ainstmeni nf
the Chickasaw troubles were incorrect.
Indian Ageut uwens nas oeen appealed
tn for niitflne in settling the impend-
iNDiANAroLi?, Nov. 20 At the afler
noon session ot theKnightaot Labor a
number of changes were made in the
constitution, tbe most imports t boing
those giving tho general master work
man power ot filling vacancies on the
executive board by appointment nnd
permitting every general assembly so
desiring to declare vacant any place on
the board committee. It also reported
Powderl'8 denunciation ot tbe pro
visional committee, 'lho milago com
mittee reported the total mileage of the
general as jembly to bo 1S9.S29 miles and
the account to be paid 37,583. By a
formal vote all tbe decisions of the gen
eral master workman, Powderly. since
the general assembly one year ago were
T. B. Barry to-night issued a formal
letter enumerating the charges against
Powderly and the exeoutivo board. He
proposes to agitate until the general as
sembly adjourns, when he will proceed
to form bis organization to be known bs
tbe brotherhood ot united labor.
Washington, Nov. 19 Maj. General
Sohofield, commanding th army, in his
annual report says: In tbo division of
the Pacific the t ast year bo3 been cno ot
pence among the Indians formerly so
troublesome. In the Missouri divHion
except in tto oas of suppressing Crow
Indian disturbance, tbe ue ot troops
has been limited to tho prevention ot
Indian troubles. Tho troopn ot the
Atlantic division bo states have been
constantly occupied iu praotico with
heavy scacoasl guns. Zjal and eCcioDoy
ot officers arn oommendtd. General
Sobotield recommends that two r -gi-ments
be added to the artillery without
any materiil chunge in the number ot
officer ueceesitating an addition ot
about 5,000 men to Ue number of en
listed men now al. owed bylaw. Timo
and circumstances now seem peoultarly
favorable to placing tho sea coast and
frontier iu a etate ot security. The
service, it it said, would be greatly
benefitted if such officers as are disabled
could be retired nnd tbeir places filled
bv young and active men. There were
2436 desertions during the year. It is
reoommended that at least half of the
pay of tbe enhoted soldiers hereafter be
retained until they bavo fulfilled their
contract ot service, making exceptions
in cases where men suppott dependent
relatives and that it be made practica
ble iu time of peace for an nlisted man
to dissolve his contract in n manner
honorable to himself and just to tho
government by forfeiting bo much of
his pay as sbnll reimburse tbe United
States for bis expensts. Deepito tbo ef
fort to bring the nrmy up to the author
ized strength of 25 GOO men. it ia more
than 1 80 short of tbut number.
St. L' uis, Nov. 20 Tt o 'rncso asso
ciation and butchers speut the entire dav
iu disoussiag and cauensriug 6 ml seem
to have no pet plan ot action. The con-
venti n proper will be organized to-mor
New York, Nov. 19 At the seventh
annnal coLventioo of tbo cbnrch tem
perance society, Right R-v. C, W. Whit
taker, D. D., bishop of PeocsylvaniH,
presiding, tne annum report was read m
wbi2ii it was declared that tins eooiev
had hsto..Hicd tho right ot every men to
temp jrr.ly ase or tot'.llr abtam from
drink, and that whore absolute prohibi
tion La i been tried its success was qnes
SIXTY MILKS TO TIIKMOOX.
lluormolM TtrIe-oe Which U to lie
Kricled ou Yi'Iltou' I'rak.
The following is frow tbe Boston Her
ald ot recent date, and i j headed."Brag-
gicg to some l'urcose:
"Wheu. 3"me ten or twelve jcars ago,
tbe Lick Observatory ot California or
dercd ot Mr. Alvan Clark, ot Cambridge,
Mass.. a thirty-four-inch object glaes for
a telescope, the size seemed so preposter
ous tbtt, ttken in connection with the
rather ominous name ot tbo donor of
funds, it looked like a fair and Equare
notico to tbe universe tuat California
intended to lick tho whole astronomical
trorm, wwhiDKtoD, Urccnwlcli. A'aris
nnd St. Petersburg included. What was
more to tbe purpose, eho actually did
it. A glass ot such purpeso was cons
tructed ns to bring tbo moon witbin 200
miles of Ban rranciszo, nnd so to fur
nish its citizens with a lnual line im
measurably shorter than could be boast
ed by any rival city. One would think
that they were laurels enuuuh for a
Stato pcarcely forty years old. Bat no,
theg'.o ioas sririt of brag, finally devel
oped as it may bo on the Alantis coast,
owells to eubliraor proportion? whr u it
catches sight of tbo ininieaen-aMo Pcci-
tic. Lvertlung in California Iihs to be
on tLe echIo t f tbo Paoilio Tbe trees
must bp 40f feet bijjV ami pointre four
to tne b:ibei. by tot. ennnllr. obser
vatcriif. For foa tims therefore, ar
dent spirits in tbo btaie have been chaf
ing over the idea rf having tho moon as
much as 2 H) mile away. I h-s been
tnokirg thf m ftrl so !cnely that nt !a-t
tbe dif content has fonnd vent on reenni
nry scale fo imm?rsethal t'leTJniveriU y
of Southern California h .6 been impow
ered to ord--r of Mr Clirk n forty-two
inch lens, thnt will brin the mcon with
in adistnnre of sixty miles, and so servo
Mr. Lick himself wiih the same sauce
with which hi resved tha rest of tho
world, with fivo years to do it in. and
8100,000 to oil tbo way, Mr. Clark says
ne can accompusn tne feat.
Wo heartily concur with tho Denver
Alining Industry that "it is mconceiTa
bje that one should consider Bjtopograp
hie surTey of Colorado necessary for tbe
proper location ot a storage water re-
ncimit iu .wvnua or iimi a survey oi
Wyoming is essential to n proper con
duct ot similar work in Arizona, and we
trnst that Major Powell is misreported
in tho declaration that a through topo
graphic survey ot the entire region
precede the selection of reservoir sites,
canals nnd other irrigation appliances
contemplated ncd in part provided for
iu the recent act of Congress. In seems
to us thnt tbo money appropriated
eboulil be expended in tho provision ot
applianoes for irrigation that portion of
tbe well known and region that is mot .
likely, from its lo:olity.'to bo earhert !
wanted for settlement and industrial i
utilization or that it made irrigsbl, !
would be most likely to attract those I
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