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THE NEW YORK ELEC
TION RETURNS NOT
Election Frauds in the Twelth
Ward of New York
Which Gives the Republicans Their
Candidates for County Treasurer by
Eight Majority and Coro
ner by 128.
Election Returns and Demonstrations
from Various States and
New York, Nov. 8. The Sun says: One
of the most rt-mirkable features of this exced
ingly close aad exciting election has been tho
wide discrepancy between various complica
tions of the result in New York state as of
ercd to the public by the arious sources.
Not only have both hides claimed a plurality
for their candidates, but their climates have
been so much as "0,000, although it was ap
parent on "Wednesday morning that tho re
sult must bo very cfoc. The returns col
lected from every county in the state by the
Sun have from" the very first indicated a
a small plurality fur Cleveland, and this lias
been slowly cut down as the corrected
figures have reached us, it teems now to
have reached a point where a comparatively
little chango is likely to bo made by further
revision, while the associated press returns
from the election districts appear to vary
considerably from th figures wo obtain, to
rive some coiintciruice to the claim of the
Republican national committee that
Blaine has carried the state by a small plu
rality, yet we have so fur been unable to dis
cover reason for expecting material change
in the results as shown by our very carefully
collected returns, which give Cleveland a
plurality of 1,280 in this Hate. Tho Times
computes the plurality of Cleveland at 1,"GI.
The Herald places Cleveland's plurality at
1,900. The world says Cleveland s probable
plurality in the state Is 1,424. The Tribune
(extra) says, the estimate as to the result in
this state" continues fluctuating in such a
way, as the returns from time to time come
in.'as to show that the margin is so narrow
that an official count is indispensable to de
termine the result.
Tho Commercial Advertiser this afternoon
says: It seems generally agreed on to-day
by law-iib.ding citizens tint tho official vjte
must be awaited before the question as to
who carries New York can bo settled.
There was no disposition on the part of
Republicans to deny the claims advanc-d by
tho Democrats. Tho Republicans position
was thu staled: Tho largest voto ever ca-t
in New York has been polled; it exceeds
1,500,000, and out of this itnmenso number
of ballots deposited in thousands of boxes in
sixty counties of the state, it is contended
that a plurality of lcs than 1,800
votes has hcvii given. .Mr. Maine's
friends do not claim an excess
of that figure, nor do Mr. Cleveland's. Tho
question now is who received thU plurality.
Thus far the unofficial figures have failed to
satisfactorily demonstrate it. Roth sides
have insisted that the other side was beaten,
and the great body of people will have no
such decisions. Tho question will go to the
body that has been legally constituted for
just such purposes, and happily that body is
one in winch every fair and reasonable man
has profound confidence. This is the situa
tion to-day, and one that will be maintained
till the question i settled in an official man
ner, and so that no objections can be made
by airy man who has the welfare ot his
country at heart. lp to one o'clock to-day
there has been no chango in tha vote of the
state as reported in tlie morning papers. It
then stood with Cleveland's plurality 1.C00.
The election excitement in Brooklyn has
subsided, and bubiness is again resumed.
The bulletin boards and telegraph offices are
deserted and all political banners have been
furled. The committee of Democrats vlio
aru comparing tho returns of the presiden
tial vote, completed their labor to-day. It
was found that the two sets of returns agree
The evening Journal claims to have dis
covered election frauds in tho twelfth ward
of that city. It charges that figures aro so
altered as"to elect a Democratic county
treasurer, when all figures on election might
liavo electod tho Republican treasurer,
should the county be thrown out Cleveland
would lose liSS votes although it is not
charted that there wcreanv frauds in re
gards to the electors.
Bv rcquesi of the Den oc-.itic state com
mittee .lolm Kelly ordered a salute of ono
hundred guns fired in front of Tammany
Hall at :! o'clock. Tho excitement of tho
tlection has now subsided very much in this
city and most of the ppocial bulletin boards
in trout of nuwspapcr offices have been re
moved. Sec-etary Kessenden, of the Republican
national committer, this afternoon had n
conversation at police headquarters with
John .1. O'Brien and President French, of
the police department, and at its conclusion
telegraphed to Elkins and George
Bliss, or others who might be
at tho Republican headquarters, to
come down at onco as somcthmg of great
importance demanded their immediate at
tention. They state mistakes have been found
in the Twenty-fourth assembly district and
SVcstchestcr county, which when corrected
will give four hundred otes in favor of
Errors have been discovered which, except
as to one in "Westchester county, ery nearly
balance. Tho indications are growing
stronger that the voto will be nearer even
than nay estimates have yet conceded.
Many counties are yet to be revised, how
ever, and the work will bo slow and tedious.
It is necessarily so, since in every caso where
a di'C'enincv is discovered or a doubt is ex
pressed the election district returns are in
quired for and at this Iato hour it is not
always easy to secure these promptly.
A "small number of people pthered in tho
Triuting house square, but there was noth
ing new to read and none remained long.
Bets on the election aro being paid by "Wall
street men who bet on Blaine and the busi
ness is rcturninc to its normal condition.
The Republican national committee have
issued tho following:
Republican National Headquarters,!
New York, November S. J
To the Republicans of the country: AVo
have carrieU New York, and the official
count will confirm it. Blaine and Logsu
have 218 electoral votes and are elected.
Signed. 11. K. .Ionks, Chairman.
Sam'i- KksbKNTiek, Secretary.
The following address was issued by the
Republican national committee this even
ing. Republican National Headquarters,
New York, No ember 8. J
The Republican national committee are
taking tho most careful and thorough meas
ures to ascertain errors, if anv have been
made, and frauds, if any have been commit
ted, in tho returns of the late election in tho
state of New York. If Mr. Cleveland shall
be found to have a plurality of even ono
vote, a prompt acquiescence will fol'ow
from the Republicans ot the untied staus.
If Mr. Hlamc shall be found to have a plu-
rality of only one vote, the same prompt ac-
ouiescencc will be expected from Democrats
ol ine U nueu amies, i ne ocucl oi me coai
mittee founded upen an itivcigatiou is,
that Mr. Blaine has a plurality of several
hundred votes, and if that bo so." every hon
est man w ill demand that it be officially de
clared. Until the official declaration shall
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be made, vvc ask the public to unite with us
. 1 -l .(XVi Srt. ,aai(u a uir.ij1
in sn iionurauiu i-uu.i . w.v . ,,..,...,.
lair count. Purity in elections is tlin only I .' " "'" -" ""--. yr r T
safely for Kepublfcan institutions. I eels this afternoon, preceded by baud,
". ,-, -.- t r-i and artilery. The whole citv turned out
Signed. Ik 1 . Jones, Chainnan. ( and 100,oo(fpeople w itnes-ed the procession
.Sam'l. FESKDE, Secretary. and rejoiced over the triumph of the Dem-
Thc bureau of elections in this citv ofjocracy. To-night theproceson is Wine
which John It. O'Brien is supervisor, claims repeated with tne addition of firework and
to have discovered a discrepancy of 425 in speeches. The Coaricr-Journal building is
favor of Blaine. A lawyer s committee af- the point of concentration and tbe streets
ter warning the returns " for'two days found are blockaded with men, women and chil-
tlm mrwt. Tim onuntr Democrats held
n l.-nnromntu meetimr "to-nicht and ap-
nnintivf mmmiitra to nrrnnre for a meet-
ine of celebration over tbe election of Cleve -
land and Hendricks, and their local ticket.
Kllery Anderson is president. Mr. Ander
aid: "John Kelly has been taught that he
would not be tolerated as n boss." Other
local speakers made addresses in which they
execrated Tammany hall, and declared tin
people would not submit to being again
counted out. A resolution was adopted
calling lor sworn iniormation as to any sell
ing out known to have taken place on elec
The merchants held a meeting at the
Academy of Music to-night to celebrate the
election of Cleveland and Hendricks. All
exchanges and trades that were represented
in the parade on Nov. 1st, sent delegations.
The building was packed, although the no
tice ot me meeting-was nrst given out yester
day. The enthusiasm was extreme. The
great crowd plainly made known thstthe
Democratic candidates had been elected.
Carl Schurz was met with thcwilde-t kind
of a reception. He and Samuel .I.Randall
sat together, near Chairman August Bel
mont. Mr. Belmont in his opening address
said: "The Democratic party had won the
victory and nothing would bo allowed to
interfere with Cleveland's inauguration."
Kvery time this sentiment was expressed
during the evening, the building shook with
theapplau-e. "When Carl Schurz was in
troduced there was another tornado, Mr.
Jschurz said: "I am here to exchange con
gratulations as one of tho independent Re
publicans who ftlt it to be their duty to
turn their back.s upon the candidate of their
party and to support Gov. Cleveland as the
exponent and represcntat'u o of official in
tegrity and administrate e reform.
. I apprehend that this U not a mere party
triumph, in the narrow u3 oftho word, but
is emphatically tho victor- of honest govern
ment in America and of national honor in
the eyes of the whole world. The greatness
cannot bo measured by the si.e of our own
majority, for the majority is not very large,
but it may bo measured by the power we
have had'to overcome and the greatne-s of
the results it has accomplished and is still
destined to accomplish. I am candidly of
the opinion that if wo had failed this tune
tho powerful interests clustering around th;
ruling party under the leader they then
would havehad would in u faw years per
haps been strong and daring enough, if not
too corrupt, to defy public opinion and in
perhaps to resist and bailie the peaceful ex
pression of it. I repeat my prediction that
as you and 1 and our children and their
children live, no politici! party in the flu
ted States will dare to nominate a man for
the presidency whose hands are not cle-m."
Mr. Schurz concluded by extolling Govern
or Cleveland, and was almost continuously
Kx-United Mates Senator Gordon, of
Georgia, said: "lo the first time in a quar
ter of a century ho could greet his hearers
us his fellow" countrymen. For tho first
time since the hostile guns of the north and
south ceased to thunder, 1 feel that I am
your equal in our common country. 1
stand before you to-night and saluto your
flag as my own. The same blood courses
through our veins as mine. AVo loe lib
erty, wo lovo good government, and by the
God oftho fathers, we intend to stand with
Vou in the future for it. To you in triumph
is a new north; to tho south, a resurrection."
The resolutions adopted congratulates the
bu-iness men oftho country on the election
of Cleveland and Hendricks, and expressing
the opinion that the nation was now assured
of four years of pure government by capa
ble and holiest men.
Daniel Dougherty, of Philadelphia, in a
short address, said: "tinner Cleveland
has been elected, and bv the living God all
the powers on earth and in hell snail never
tear the purple from his shoulders." Mavor
Grace also made an addres-. Samuel .1.
Randall met with a ery demonstrative re
ception. He s.i'd: "The Democratic jiarty
has n much at stako in this country us the
Republican ollieelioldeis at Washington.
We have acquired tho capacity to control
the government in better and purer ways
than the country has recently been accus
tomed to. We "menu to m.iko no assault on
any of tho material interests of tho nation.
On the contrary we mean to seo no unkind
thrust is made at capital: we mean to secure,
if we can, a solid financial'policy; wo mean
to put an end to corruption of administra
tion, and we believe that the past life of
Grover Cleveland gives u promise of thoso
reforms when he .shall assiimo the executive
control of tho government. We demand
that the hundreds of millions accumulated
in the United States treasury, against which
there is no claims, shall bo immediately let
loose and take its wonted place in tho chan
nels of manufacture and commerce. I say
deliberately that any wrong that shall take
take trom tho American peop o the trails ot ,
tins creat victory, which they have
will Ue resisted in every proper and
. ." !
From all parts of the country como tc
ports of meetings held to-nightj which the
Democratic national committee called,
through thu associated press last night. In
speeches and resolutions all are in line with
the meeting in New York, and the illumi
nation is general in the south.
The young men's Democratic club of
Brooklyn sent the following dispatch to
Governor Cleveland to-night: "The young
men's Democratic club of Brooklyn, in
jubilee assembled, send their warmest con
gratulations, and trust that your adminis
tration may bo as peaceful and prosperous,
as it promises to be honorably and distinctly
At.ha.nv. Nov. 8. There is no diminution
in the number of congratulatory dispatches
that were received by president elect Cleve
land to-day. Col. Lamont, the governor's
private secretary, and several attaches of the
office, were constantly engaged in arranging
messages. -t least 4,000 of these havo been
received during the last two or three days,
and they have come from nearly every stato
in tho union. Tho irovernor's mail is also
exceedingly large. His chamber is thronged i
with visitors all day. One of the callers was
ex-seerotaryoftho'trcasury, Ben. F. Bri-tovv.
Tho following letter was received bv Gov.
Cleveland from Win. H. Venderbilt: "
Hon. Grover Cleveland, New York.
Deak Sir. I congratulate you and the
people of the whole country upon your elec
tion to the presidency of the I nited States.
You owe your election, in my judgment, to
tho fact that the people believed youto be
an honest man, and not to anv particular
otlorts made by any faction of either the
Democratic or" Republican parties, but by
independent men who care more for good
government than for parties. Individuals
have made you their choice because they
were convinced that your administration
would not lc for tho benefit of any political
organization or favored persons, hut for the
interest of tho whole jK-ople. This is just
tho result which is most desired. We havo
reached a time when the partv amounts to
little. Tho country is above all, and wants
an honest government by honest men. Tho
belief that we will find It in you has led to
Yours, very truly,
W." 1 1. Van deihii i.t.
New York, Nov. 7th. 18SI.
Tho plurality iu this state now shown by
the figures received by Chairman Manning, i
of the Democratic state committee, is 1,210. 1
In view of the assertion that fraud h-id been i
jierpetrated in the returns from the Twelfth .
ward of this city. Justice Clute to-day began
an investigation to se il any crime nau
been committed. Iirge numbers of witnes
ses were subpu-naed, but owingto the thor
ouchness ot the examination in each case,
onlv four testified. Kugene Rurlinganie
and" G. S. Gregory conducted the cvamina-
tion in behalf of the Republicans lliose
sworn in were Alexander Selkirk, Robert
Friday, deputy county clerk. Thorns Dolan
and upervisor JamoJ. Wi-e.ortne Iweltui
ward. The di'puto relates, onlv to the votes
for county treasurer and coroner. It i-
alleged that in ono district a new return of
a forged one were substituted lor tne oia ' GTS. The other candidates received about
nnn ,.nd that in other district erasures bv.ofri", .iti- th.ir nliirnlitv- bein- S7l'. Hoot,
rhoriiinxl of the true voto had been made
nnd a false et of figures were written. On
tl);, tn0 Kepubliauis claim tho election of
tileir candidstu for county trea-utvr by
c ,,:.:,.. ,nd f.ir aimnor tv 12S maioritv.
joritv. and for coroner by 12S majority.
! V" " "
LocifVllXE Nov 8,-This lias been a gala
dav and no such "demonstration ever was
seen in Louiville or the south. The citv
has been wildiv enthusiastic and 10,000
1 Kentuckians and Indianuns in uniform
, , ,
dren cone mad with lov pent i;r lortwcntv-
: four years.
The fPeakers are all well known through-
' out the country. The meeting was
addressed bv Governor J. Proctor
Knott, Hon. Ben S. Bobbins,
Hon. Henry "Watterson. Col. Asher J.
Caruth, M- Bentrasger, Hon. "W. B. Flem
ing, Col. Chas. E. Sears, Gen. A. Baker,
Capt. Joshua F. Bullet, Hon. Alex P. Hum
phrey, Kx-Chicf Justice Hargis, Mai. W. K.
Ainiiey, xiou. m. v. j. jirecneijuue, ucu.
F. Buckner, Col. Bennett il. 1 oung, tx-
Attorney General Jas. Speed, Capt
Miller, Hon. Isaac Caldwell.Mr. rat
U Silas t
Hon. Alberts. Willis, Gen. Basil W. Duke,
Hon. E. I). L. Standiford, Hon. Boyd
Winchester, Hon. Robert 3Iallory, and
others. Mr. Watterson in his address said:
"I believe that the election of 3Ir. Blaino
and a new grant of power to a faction, of
which lie is chief, would nave been ttio end
of free and fair elections in this country.
His defeat and its overthrow asa guarantees
that the republic still lives, that voters nor
office holders are masters of it, that the
moral nature of people U yet equal to a
great national emergency, and that the gov
ernment rostored after a "quarter of a -century
to the hands from those it derives its be
ing and for whom it exists shall continue to
bo tho bell tower and buttcress and liberty
and union, at once the source and resource
of freedom and freemen all over tho world,
and not the machineVif a party nor the foot
ball of a section, nor the exclusive property
of a privileged class, ruling by no distinct
right more tlian the almighty dollar. 1 am
not a sensationalist nor an alarmist, still less
ami a victim of morbid political imagery,
but in truth, jf the mailed lund of monopo
lies, guided by the selfish, uuflitiching pur
pose of party spirit, was ever to be loosed
from thu throat of the Goddess of Liberty,
surrounded though she was by weeping and
helpless vestals of reform. Tho time had
como when tho miracle, for little
less it seemed, should be wrought.
I g;ve thanks to God that it has
been wrought, but I speak in no partisan
interest nor vindicative temper. The Re
publicans have beer, rescued from them
selves and the day will come when they will
feel if they do not admit, that a change of
parties was better than a revolution. The
Democrats hao been saved In spite of them
selves, for many reverses had impaired their
faith and su butted their courage, and tuey
could not have achieved their victory but
for the help they got from the independ
ents. All men anil all races of men will bo
gainers bv a thriftier, less costly and more
accountable administration of affairs. As
for myself I can truly say, that I havo had
no private stake or feeling in the result. To
me, personally, tho elcctionofGrocr Cleve
land can bring nothing but embarassment
and discomforts oftho stuto of responsibility
to which an individuality, small as my share
will be, I have too mucli reason to fear that
I shall prove inadequate. Twenty-flvo
years I havo been in opposition, for tho first
tinio I find myself on tho winning side, and
but for tho belief that the ship of state has
weathered tho perilous headland, that stood
out across the line of its passage, I should
feel a most depressing sense of difficulties
which this triumph imposes upon my politi
cal associates and party. In proportion 113
their triumph has been, in tho nature of
irovideneo !iall our duties be serious and
finding. It will be no easy task to sweep
the floors and put the hoiisc in order. It
will be no easy object to satisfy tho expecta
tions of the" country. In every nature
of the case there must bo n deal of disap
pointments, because although tho outgoing
oftho Republicans is u good thing, tho in
coming of tho Democrats cannot fetcli with
it the liiillcnium ready made and cut to fit
all wvartrs. Tho lane we have been travel
ing has como to an end at lust, bless thu Lord,
and we can sleep on tho solid terra firma of
tho nation's highway, and thereon we can
take up our lino of march right in the mid
dle of the road too, and if they ever catch us
in tho bushes again, they may swing us to
the nearc-t sapling. The next time' there is
any foolishness m this country k will be on
the north and not on the south side oftho
line. In my judgment, however, tho elec
tion of Cleveland and tho change of parties
it involves, has secured for us at least a hun
dred years to come against civil discord
and domestic strife, nay more, it will speed
ily oblibcratc nil sectional lines. The terms
north itnd south, like those of cast and west,
will stand simply for the points oftho com
pass. Lkxixgto.v, Ivy., Nov. 8. Th'i3 city is
ablaze to-night with enthusiasm over the
election of Cleveland and Hendricks. One
hundred gun- were fired to-day at noon,
and to-night a monster torchlight proces
sion is parading tho streets, while tho whole
city is liluminited with fireworks. Promi
nent business hou-es and many private resi
dences aro illuminated. Cannons are boom
ing and twenty thousand Democrats aro
'.',, Hreekenrid.ro nude an elo-
velluur lor Ulevclauu anu iienancics. con-
Slid k VIK-S-T
The speaker said Mr. Cleveland was not-
his choice in the convention, but he admit
ted that the candidate's course had been ju
dicious ami dicrect and tho convention
might have budded wiser. thai, ho knew-. In
concluding Watterson paid a warm tribute
to Mr. Hendricks and expressed a hope for a
still closer union among this, a common
Stkovh Citv, Nov. 8. The official vote
of Chao county, as certified by the board
yesterday, is "as follows; Blaine 1,018
Clcv eland 093; Ilutler 147: St. John 171.
Governor Martin 906; Glick 89.".; Phillips,
(iiwnbacker, 12. Congress Rvan, Repub
lican, 1,012; Wood, Democrat, 822. Secre
tary of stab) Allen, Republican, 1,017; Ra
gan, Democrat, 303. Senator Crane, Re
publican, 817; Lantrv, Democrat, 992. Rep
resentative Patten, liopublican, 993; Black-
sheer, till. I he Republican county ucket
except county nttorney, is elected by major
ities ranging'from 12 "to 313. Grcsham, in
dccudent Republican for county attorney,
61 majority. Total number of votes cast,
Osiioitvn, Ks., Nov. S. The official
count of Osborne county gives Blaine 1,611;
Cleveland 612; Butler 123; St. John 30. For
governor. Martin 1.623: Glick 857. For
congre'sman. Sixth district, Lewis Hanback
1,55$; Uhl 73. State senator Pickler, Re
publican, 1.5SS; Snyder, Grecnbacker. 741.
llilc, Prohibition, 67. Morgan, unknown
quality, is elected over Craney, Republican,
by -108 majority.
Wamkoo, Kas., Nov. 8. The official vote
nf the Pottawatomie county election re
turns, made yesterday, show tho following
Republican "majoritfes: Jcmes G. Blaine,
."iltij K. N. Morril, congressman, 87; J. A.
Martin, governor, 217; R. S. Hick, state sen
ate, 311;' Thomas Beattie, representative of
Fifty-seventh district, 322; John a Johnson,
Republican, representative of Fifty-seventh
district. 70: John A. Moninccr, county at
torney, 393; TV. D. Jones, probate judge, j
C30; G. G. heat, countv superintendent,
J. J. Uostutlcr. clerk of court, T. II. Hum
phrey, coroner, and Robert Bayli, commis
sioner, are elected, but the o'fficial figures
are not yet at our command. Pottawato
mie countv. after next January, will not
' have a Democmt'c otlici il. Four years ago
i the bc-t offices of the county were in their
Minneapolis, Ks.. Nov. 8. The official
vote of this countv, (Ottawa) gives the
Ill-line and Ixican electors a plurality of
759; John A. Anderson, for congress, i031;
John A. Martin, for governor, 369; W. A.
Johnston, for associate ju-tice, 1349; F B.
Allen, for secretary of state, 862: Conrad
Nohler, for state senator, majority 229; R. P:
Rl-tine, for representative, 2C2" St. John
got 39 votes in the county.
Nr.wTO.s-. Ks.. Nov. S. The official count
of tho Harvev county vote cives Blaine '
2.143; Cleveland, 1,172; Ilutler, 151; St. John,
st Plurality tor lllaine, 771
u., , v....
jvtcrs received 22 votes,
, i.OJO. A. A. Anictt 47. lV-tcr' plurality
IL1T3 ICLVtlLlI 1' V1- -A. llll r , w
11. -U. IHCaCU
l.ooj. Kor "overnor. Martin received 2.072,
r.lick 1.3M. Phillips o3. 3Iartin' plurality
i f.,r vtt. tn!irw- running nlipud of the
t.ckct. For Mate jenator," Cong len.J Be-
publican. 1,V20; Sc
Swiuer, 2S5. The '
rmml..n l.1-l. S.ln
chebte. Democrat, 1,211:
vote in Reno county was:
Consrden 1,123, Scheble ,3oS, Switxer S3S,
.. .. -, , --
which gives Longden a plurality over
bchcbie or o44 votes, and ovir t-vvitzer oi
'-.020. The Republican county ticket was
elected by th following majorities : T.J.
-'lauocw, repnscruamc. ; .iraviu reiger,
' probate judge657; A. L. Green, county at-
tornay.osv; ". ' iiuomctcrkaisincicoun.
,Wii; ..aniL i'uh, tuuan tu.inur.wi;
. ., A, r-.. .MJ . T. !-.
r. v . jicvuiuay, cuuius upcnn.enuiL,
C31: L. B. Pre-ton, county commissioner,
713. The total vote ot the countv was
3,553, the vote of Xewton city being i
Dovry.s, 2vov. S- The Democrats asem
bled at this place to-night and are having a
large demonstration effire works etc, in
honor of Cleveland adn Hendricks, election,
and thev-claim a repitition of 1S7C shall not
offiirv of John
; hat and long black
i throuch the nrincipsl streets to-nieht
j five hundred men and boys and hung t
J telegraph wire at the principal corner of
, Ks., ov. S. A vrell executed ! crats of thw citv devoted tbe il.w to ecle- Harvev. Rocbeswr, and probafclr oce other.
I'. St- John, wearing a silk ' brating their victory. After fincg one hue- em the rrour-ds that tney trs prejudiced for
moustache, was carried dred cuns this afternoon, a lareelv attecde! reasons which tbe cohcmIwi.1 tipUis to tc
town,seton fireand burned up, -while the
lanre crowd attracted by the show, veiled
and cheered with delight. A teeling of the
most intenso hatred exists in this county
Bgainsi ci.aionn wnicn two years ago was
r.. S ., i
aw aeo was
one of the few counties in the sta'e that gave counts or equally enthusiastic demonstra
him a majority at the state election. tions in every principal city in the state.
atciiisox, ;ov. o. j.ne .uemocrais cele
brated their supposed victory to-night with
a torchlight parade and s'peeches. The
banners carried represented St. John nailing
down the lid of a coffin, labelled the Repub
lican party. Another represented St. John
driving a "hearse labeled Republican party,
and another had inscribed upon it, "Our
Savior," and below this a picture of St.
John. It was expected that the ex-governor
would arrive on the afternoon train from
Topeka, and a delegation accompanied by
bands went to the depot to meat him; he
failed to arrive at the meeting to-night
Speeches were made by Gov. Glick and
other prominent Democrats.
Abilene, Nov. 8. The official vote of
Dickinson county is 4,5.8. Coggeshal, Re
submissionist, is" elected to the legislature
from the seventy-fifth district, instead of
Meek. Hon. Burton is elected from the
seventy-fourth district by over 500 majority,
an increase over his majority of two years
ago of over 400. Tho entire county ticket
is elected with the single exception or county
evening Marshal Hersington was at
tacked by a "colossal thresher cowhow, and
both of his eyes put in mourning. Tbe as
sault was unawaresi hut the pluck- marshal
. v a a-. ,
held his own and corraled his bird. i
The election excitement here 13 at fever
heat. Crowds are nightly parading the
streets, cheering and yelling. A salute of
ono hundred guns is now being fired in
honor of the election of Cleveland, but the
Republicans are holding their ammunition
for the filial result. On every side is heard
words of contempt and scorn for St- John,
and there is determined talk of burning him
in effigy Monday night. .His total vote in
this county was "less than 50.
NAbitviLLE. Nov. 8. Two hundred and
n ineteen guns were fired at noon in token of i
Cleveland's election. To-night a monster l
mass meeting was held on the public squa'e, j
where 20,000 people of all ages, sex and col- !
or assembled in tho liirht of two great bon- '
fires and were firing oil' rockets and cannon
A creat torchlight procession for next satur- 1
dav night is announced, under the auspices
oi tne Diismess men oi me cuy.
The following resolution was adopted by
., ..:-t i i.i: . il T
me mass ineeiuur on auiil- suume. re
lieving that a great crisis is impending and
the corrupt and despenite leaders of the Re
publican party will, unless arrested by the
potential warning of the sovereign people
solemnly and firmly expressed, attempt to
defeat their choice for chief magistrate,
lawfully and constitutionally made, and be
lieving'that faith in a Republican form of
government cannot survive the shock of
another fraudulent seizure of tho reins of
power, and that the life and permanency of
our free institutions depend upon the issue,
we, Democrats of Tennessee in mass meeting
assembled at the capitol of the state, rcsolvo
that exalting country above party, ot will, ,
no matter what is "the result, abide by the i
choice of the people lawfully expres'e
d and !
honestly ascertained. TVe believ6 Cleveland I
and Hendricks have been duly elected and
that tho claim of the Republican national
committee to the contrary is but a prologue (
to another drama of fraud like 1876. AVc
have the utmost confidence that the affairs ,
of the nation and the ereat commercial in
teracts of the country will be wisely and
faithfully administeie'd bv Cleveland and
Hendricks. "Wo commend and mdorso the
uenuricKS. v o commend aim inuorso u.e
Jjcrnocrauc national commiuee lor me nrm ,
declaration of patriotic purpose to stand I
forever bv the right, and call on them to bo i
bravo and vicilant. for they aro now more
than mere representatives of tho party.
Their trust has become enlarged and they
stand as life guards over tho sacred rights of
tho whole American people to protect civil
liberty and self government from destruc
tion at the hands of the mercenary minions
of monopoly. Wo call upon the whole
country to unite in a solemn declaration
tnat mo law must prevail anu iraua win uoi .
be permitted to chango tho will oftho sorer- i
1 MKMruis, Nov. 8.- -The demonstration to
night, celebrating the election of Cleveland
and Hendricks, was tho grandest ever wit
nessed in this city. A telegram was sent to
Governor Cleveland congratulating him, and
expressing tho confidence of the Democracy
of Memphis in a new union of the people.
St. Louis, Nov. 8. Tlie official returns of
the election in this city Tuesday last, give
Governor Cleveland and Hendfieks a plu
rality of 577; Ford, fusion, for governor, a
plurality of 2.978: Starklolf. fusion, for
lieutenant governor, 273. The remaider of ,
the Democratic state ticket, however, ex- j
cepting tho judge of the supreme court, re
ceived pluralities ranging from 41 to 617.
In the ninth congressional district John M. j
Glover. Democrat, has u majority of 1,G97. 1
In the eighth district John J. 0'cil, Demo- .
crat, was elected by a nnjority of 1,532. ,
Tho Democrats had a grand jollification
to-niirht and the streets have been ablaze i
with torches and pyrotecnics. All the Dem
ocratic clubs ot "the city assembled on
Twelfth street and Market "square, nnd with
torches and music paraded from there to the
court house, where a huge meeting was held
r.n tho ca3t and west side of the building and
in its rotunda. The demonstration was not
only very largo but intensely enthusiastic
and wildly excited. Among "the speakers at
tho court "house were Senator Vest, ex-Governor
Phelps, Congressman Broadlicad, cx
Govcrnor llrown, of Tennessee, Congressman-elect
Grover nnd more than a dozen
local politicians. A salute of one hundred
guns was tired.
Kansa City, ov. 8. Tho
in a uublic meeting at Turner Hall to-nisht
adopted resolutions congratulating the (
American people on the deetion ot Cleve
land and Hendricks and declaring their will
thus expressed cannot bo subverted. The
concluding resolution is as follows: "That
we approve of the sentiment which declares
'that any party can bear to be defeated but
no party can dofraud us,' and we supple
ment tlie same by declaring that the Ameri
can people cannot and will not submit to a
repetition of tho political frauds of 1870."
The committee decided to hold a ratifica
tion meeting next week. St. John was
burned in ctfigy at Osage City and Garnet,
St. Joseni, Nov. 8. One hundred guns
were fired at noon to-dav in honor of the
election of Cleveland and" Hendricks. To
night a niASs meeting was held at the rooms
of the young men's Democratic club, at
which resolutions were adopted congratulat
ing the country on the result of Tuesdivr's
conquest, afterwhich preliminary steps were
taken for a grand ratification meeting on
Saturday night next.
Terre Haute, Nov. 8. Tho Democrats
jollified the result in Indiana and the nation
to-night. There was a great torch light
procession and fine di-play of fire worsts.
The streets were crowded and much enthu
siasm displayed. Speeches were delivered
by Senator Voorhees and Congressman
Lamb and others.
IxDlAVAroLts, Nov. 8. The Democrats
jollified to-night over the victory of Cleve
land ana iicnuncxs, a Him.ei-
street narado of .cr-
j -.i; ,v 1 t
enu inou.inu twmc iuc sijvcki iniurv. in
" m" .r" ' Z 72 ' " ,.r ."
I wa much noi-e, confusion and excitement.
1 . . ...
1 i"e. rea large numoeroi ngnt,ana tne
i P" paae many arrois. out no one to
seriously hurt. A grand stato ratmcs.ion
, "u j"'"""""" "';,
ana i announced for Tuesday ne
.T,,..,Wnrt in thU
, . Wisconsin.
JUrcsos , - ov. s. l ne next legislature in
! V isconsia win tanu:cenate. ju iwputiiican.
. i iwnocrncia-u;ui,,u ipuuiiau, ot
' Milwaukee, Nov. S. Return from some
of the waste and a5mbly district of tbe
tate are yet incomplete. Dut enougo is
known to assure the Republicans of a ma-
ijority ot thirty-one in tne next lesislatureon
loinl o&llOJ. in ine senate, mciuamz uoia
. ,i , . . t .
( over senators, mere win
beans and thirteen
can ram ot two.
will be sixty-five Republicans, thirtv-eicht
1 Democrats and one independent Republican.
In the last aijembly there were forty-thre
Republicans and fifty-seven Democrat..
' usiVEarroy, iex ivov. o. ine uemo-
1 .A.A AJmrir. u -M K5i.r OvI.n
: m.v .1.. .... ...k . . l vut. , . .. . . ....
! and Hendricks are hor.esJy elected. Re -
n.mnnvti m KriiWi. M f.- I- 1l tlinm mniM.rK! th . , j x . . V11.1.U .1 V . ,1.. I ISTMn SUf ITm mMB. W.l.w.
-'- - , .-.. w 117T. u.lh. ..". -- -' -- ,rT .riOIlEU IDlUnCfU .1UUUUUM' mm 1 r . . t .
In the asmbly thcM a:Tot: wa eoua! to a rode in 2.-0rf- v ti Wm tlrf. ws a
bv 1 mass meciirnr was held and resolutions - wr dnartmit. buth cccrs will cro
joicing in the victory that will enable the
people of the south to prove they are toler-
' ant of their political adversaries and are es-
, pecially friendly to colored people."
Telegrams to the lialveston 2ev
" FT.l.-un.. ... hA fl .A I n. AH.. AMP A A A
innjrauu w iucunciuu .icj jnc -
; "- V....J... ....V... . . .. -- -
markable for its intensity and continuance.
AuoCfcTA, Nov. 8. The Democrat hero
are jubilant and claim the presidential elec- '
tion settled by the associated press returns, (
while the Republicans insist that the situa- ,
tion is unchanged, and that the question
will be settled only by official count. Blaine j
has made no expression of opinion, but it is
understood among his friednds that he still (
believes the plurality claimed by New York i
to bo frandulent, and thinks tli-j true result
can bo ascertained only by a careful scruta
tion of the votes actually "cast. The Demo- j
casts in town arc celebrating to-dav.
New Orleans, Nov. 8. The fullowiug j
will be the Louisiana delegation to congress: ,
First district, S. R. Martin, Democrat; Sec
ond, Mitchell Halm, Republican; Third, Ed
ward Gray, Democrat: Fourth, N. C. I
BlanchardDemocrat; Fifth, J. Floyd King, i
lcmocrat; Sixth, A. R. Erwin, Domocrat. j
Cleveland's plurality in the state is 17,127.
Only a few votes, were cost for St. John.
Points to hear from are not likely to change
Cleveland's plurality ruorethana thousand
Sax Fkaxcisco, Nov. 8. With thu coun-
tes to hear from, California gives RIainelted.il 150,000 quarters, being less than tvvo
89,66.".; Cleveland 77,500; Lutler, 916; St. I thirds the amount held a year ago. The
John. 897. Blainu's plurality, 10,319. The
Republicans elected a full congressional
delegation of six, with one county to hear
Nevada gives Blaino 7,039; Clev
6,303. Blaine' maioritv.so far. 1,386.
Nothing like a complete return can bo ob
tained from Oregln, but it is known that
Blaine- majority will be about 2,000.
PlTTsni'r.o, Nov. 8. The Democracy held
a monster demonstration to-nignt. over
6,000 men were in line and great enthusiasm
IIatuusuuko. Nov. S A national s.ilutu
Ulis fln-d from Cauitol hill to-day. and a
monster meeting, ovtt- which Governor I'at-
tnon presided, was neiu. me governor
made a sjieech, saving he believed Cleve
land had been elected, and predicted a
proper inauguration when tho matter was
fdllv decided. Resolutions were adopted
declaring that any attempt to subvert the
popular will must" be met with a stern, un
Chicago, 111., Nov.S. Returns to the as
sociated press and D lily News from all but
one county, (Calhoun), in Illinois, give
Blaine 22,7o9 plurality. These returns aro
believed to to approxima'cly correct, the
majority of them being official.
, ' ,;"!;,:
A national saluto was tired here to-nirht
ion of tho lical Democrats, and
i .- . . i . ..
"uriri- t"15 evening a p.ir.iue ov me young
?"" """HT-SL"-i "."' c "T'SS
portion of the city, between S00 and 000
men being in tho tine. There was a liberal
display of pyrotechnic? and some wild
ncne- of enthusiasm.
Ovi.uu, Nov, 8. The following call was
published in Otnsba to-day: " The Democ
racy of Douglas county and vicinity will, on
M,;m,.iv ;,,, lwyt e ma5S0 in Om:li.i. in
-e t a cail of tho Democratic national
committco in c;v York, to declare their
rt f ., D j x York in
their firm determination to maintain the will
of tlie people as expressed through their
ballots." The call is signed by John K.
Bovd, member of the national committee,
Baltimork, ov. 8. Mas meeting was
ilol(1 at o 0'ciock this nftcrnoon in front of
tn( citv )mU bv lhe Democrats of Baltimore,
ft, Hn oceaJi0nfor rejoicing over the elec
tion of Cleveland and Hendricks. Speeches
were made by ex-aenator v. U. I. v nvte
and others." Resolutions were adopted
pledging the use of every man in carrying
out the will of the peopfc. Several thousand
people were present.
Tolkpo, Nov. 8. The Democrats fired a
hundred guns this afternoon in honor of
the election of Cleveland and Hendricks.
The tin horn brigade is out again to-night
in full force, and arrangements aro being
made to eclebrate their victory on a largo
Raleioii, Nov. 8. The Democratic ma
jority of North Carolina is 23,000. The
congress delegation consists of one Republi
can and eight Democrats. The legislature is
more than two-thirds Democratic in both
branches. Demonstrations in all the towns
in the state over Cleveland's election.
Pkovilkxck, Nov. 8. Charles H.Page,
Democratic candidate for congres- in the
Second di-trict, will contest tho election of
Maj. Wm. A. Pierre. Preparations are now
in progression. The case will be bacd on
several counts including bribery, irregulari
ties and illegal voting.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 8. The Free Press
to-night has n report from Calhoun county
that the Butler votes of that county were not
counted nnd from thi? the estimate has been
made and it now claims that tho pre-ent
plurality will be materially reduced anil the
j fusionists mar ccuru few electoral votes.
Albaxt, Nov. 8. Tho following was is
sued this afternoon to the state of New York:
proclamation m- or.ovEr. cletelami.
The people of ho state of New York
should permit neither their ordinary occu
pations and cares nor any unusual ciue of
excite mnt to divert their minds from a sober
and humble acknowledgment of their depen
dence upon Almighty God for all that con
tributes to her happiness and contentment,
and for all that secures ereatness and pros
perity to our prour.d commonwealth.
Iu'accordance with the long established
cu'tom, I hereby appoint and designate
Thursday, the 27th day of November, IS!,
to be specially observed at a day of thanks
giving and pfai'e. Lei all the pople of the
state at that time foregj their usual business
and employment, and in their everal places
of worship" give thanks to Almighty God for
all ho has done for them. I-ct their family
reunion bo hallowed bv tli love nnd watch
fulness of our Heavenly Father, and in tho
social gatherings of friends and neighbors,
let hearty good will nnd fellowship be chas
tened bv'a confession of the kindness and
mercv of God.
,-, Wis -tli
Done at tho cai.itol of AlbaoV
d.iv of November, in the vcar of our Irl
1SA. Grover Cleveland, Governor.
Daniel Lamont, Private Secrt-ury.
Lexixgto.v, JCy.rov. $. Cohort Bonner,
i t 1 ( nst. nainAn(lul
tbe fhoc5 Cf Maud
w"" ".""'".w '""','' " r... .....-,:-
.1 .1- r.i ,v,
wen uirccwu uv
'hould give her two
her un for a cud
tbould tho Indian summer lat, as ths
weather bde been bad and the mare w short
of work. Xothing great was anticipated.
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L"F "'"?"' 1-"Sf "--""I- -
Rnir nnddwl fur the word in thenrst score of
the s-ond attemr.t. and the first quarter was
. . -
i trotted in 3S scona, ine nan mue in j;
tho three-quarter- in
finished, rood sad
fstst mil,' ever trotted
fastest mile ever trotted
Tcrcbnr. The track was Mow, it fcaviag
frozen last night, and after the performance
Mr. lade. the engineer who built it, and
Mr. Hamilton Uusoie, eciior -1 ice inn,
Field nnd Farm. wt around it with a tap
hc, Owing to bad looting .viaua a. was
coror-elira to trot on to urns a ixx jrom
.. ... .. ..1 . -t
"VVa-hhcgtov, D. O, ov. S. rt nsdtr
LtnaA that JcLre Advocate General awaim.
who it to be tried br court martial on lie
15th, will make objection U svcm! ro3!-
bers of tbe court. General Sthoid. Terry,
I VI- --.T.... .rrK nnttnsilrrn-' nf th
1 1 bVsi'. .... ...w fc ..... .- -
ncr trainer, vv . vv . iair, ruininndenn? rrorr. The rarnvm at B- O.vn viufteiet n
eserci-o mile t keep u ,inder Mason J'asha. is msiing active fjl.,'i
rnnncance r.l rfK .,;. ,a w,ra ftl .A Kil Alnfll. ::. 'i
vz ,ia:i.., tMZLru Tn ?-tii snrn uisi.h ur. 1..1.C uv tK. .a. ' .,., n..v..,, .-t m ....rt.-i.n?.aT;.-i k.v..v, &. - -
TrORTTTriXr TTT ASFTPS
x VMVl-jJ.U-.'i J. li-ioiiuo
INTEREST IN LONDON
OVER THE PRESIDEN
Cabinet in England Unable to
Agree on the Redistribution
of Parliamentary Seats.
The Divorce of Mile. Patti from
Husband, Marquis de Caux,
Crimes and Casualties, and General
Telegraphic News of the
Lo.viox, Nov. 8 Advices from Assouan
stato there has been a breakdown in tho
transportation service on the Nile which
threatens to retard the advance oftho expe
dition from Wadig Haifa until the end of
Tho stock of wheat in England is estima
price current here have repelled American
I imports, thus lightening tho stock held by
Reports received by the executive com
mittee of the International Inventors exhibi
tion, promise an immense influx of Ameri
can exhibits; chiefly through the commis
sion at Washington!
Lord Northbrook, first lord of the admi
ralty, has urged upon the government the
necessity to the English navy"of one hundred
first and one hundred and tifty second-class
torpedo boats. In accordance with Lord
Northbrook's urgent representations the ad
miralty has ordered the constmctiou of four
torpedo cruisers and a number of torpedo
boats for u-e at all importani points at home
and in the British colonies.
The Army and Navy Gazctto makes the
the assertio'u that the b"oats built in England
for the Nile expedition have proven utterly
Useless, as was generally expected; also
states the Canadian boatmen, native boats
and native labor, are the most effective. The
natives did ail fhe heavy work at the
The Times this morning in a leader devot
to the American presidential election con
quest says: It is unlikely that there will be
any serious attempt to contest tho results of
the election. Blaine is a man of great gifts
and an accomplished speaker, but he has un
happily identified himself with speculative
schemes and the moneyed interests.
Cleveland has but few brifliant qualities.
His public career has been comparatively
briet and modest, but he has shown some
sense of public duty, and will faithfully dis
charge his trust without fuvor to the "mac
nates of Wall street or the demagogues. It
is to be hoped that Bayard will accept office
under Cleveland. Buyard is a man of the
highest integrity and "ability, and will not
discredit the traditions of American diplo
macy. The Democrats must now showthat
they are, true to the principles of political
purity and administrative reform. The re
cent electoral conduct, especially on the Re
publican side, has disclosed the existence of
wide-spread corruption, which has alarmed
honorable men in all parties.
The Guuthal, with mariners and police
men on bo-ird, are expected to reach the
Isle of Skyc next Tuesday.
The cabinet has been unable to ngrce on a
plan for the redistribution of parliamentary
oats, and referred the draft of a schedule re
cently published, to a ministerial committee
for amendment. The delay which will thus
ho caused lessens tho chances for the Intro
duction in November of the bill:
Qukiiec, Nov. 8. Thecxodusof ship and
other laborer, from Quebec this fall to seek
employment in southern ports and Ameri
can and Canadian lumocr woods is auo
getber unprecedented. It is said that nearly
the whole population along the coves iiid
hundreds of others from other parts oftho
city and neighborhood, who never went
away before are either gone or intending
Moscow, ov. 8. Student Roiff, who de
nounced to the police many of his fellow
tudents as Nihilists, has been poisoned.
The deed was accomplished by somebody
who gained access as a visitor U the prison
where Roirt" was knpt to protect him from
tho Nihilists. Another student has been
obliged to flee to save his life.
Montukvl, Nov. S. Alargo public meet
ing was held at the Commercial Exchange,
this afternoon, to urgo upon tho Canadian
government the importance of having the
Dominion of Canada wkII represented at the
World's exjiosition at New Orleans. Reso
lutions were ungn passed, calling on the
government to make the necessary appro
ation for a creditable display.
Paris, Nov. 8 The divorce of Madame
Patti from her husband, Marquis de Caux,
was to-day made absolute.
A dispatch from Admiral Courbct, dated
Kelung, Friday, Nov. 7th, says that tho
Chinese had "attacked tho fortified works
commanding tne road of Tamstii, but had
repulsed with heavy los after three hours'
Thirty-seven case1 of cholera in the city
yesterday, and twelve deaths. In view of
the small proportion of deaths tho doctors
believe that the epidemic is not likely to
Camescass. prefect of the police depart
ment of Seine, told the council of that d e
partment to-day that cholera had appeared
at Abbervi'.lcr in Julv, and that one hun
dred death had occurred then, but thai tho
progress of tho disease was checked at tbe
time by energetic measures promptly taken.
He expressed the hope that the same meas
ure would produce a like happy result in
l'ari at this juncture- The morning journ
als tav to-day that since June 20.h there
has bicn 1C0 "cases of cholera in Paris, slxiy
of which proved fatal.
Captains Bcnard and Ivrebs made a bal
loon voyage to-dav from Mender to Billan
court and returned, alighting at the point
from vthicb they started in forty-five min
ute?. The aeronauts made a complete sue
ce$ in steering tbe balloon.
During the pat twenty-four hours there
have bsen sevfcly freih cases of cholera and
eight death from tbe disease.
Vienna, Nov. 8. Dunajcwki, minister
of finance, lu prepared a measure to bo
submitted to the IJeichratb which, if adopted
will result in the resumption of cash pay-
-. . .1.1 1.-.L kB..MMhAiil 11 itpla m nY
menu on a gu" tnrn wivuguvut .",.. '""
Hungary. lauing oanKerf, lnciuumg
I'.othchild, have given the measure their en -
iii.rwn.enl and concurrence. A loan of
S2.V1.O0O will be nusrd througd a German
' a1 Au'trUn syndicate, which will withdraw
n-.t..if f .1,,,'notM now in circulation and
S .vsimilate the gold currency thu crated to
! tli f!rman currencv.
Cairo, Not. 8. the treaty made by Ad-I
' miral Hewitt, in Uhalt of England, that
! King John of AbyMima, m now larrannKi
i -.h - noTtap. The AbvMinians, under
.. .. . .. ' - L . l.
, chi6r Jtu ,louia. are now racing lao aorui-
? sr tlwphilc La Tulbp-. has just return-
1- , lY-m ,hJ f-,!,dn l'i-.3c railway con
i-iiir- . n erffioxc lDer
, fetVjom.h Canadian I'acmc railway
! --" . " " . . m. 3. v.'
I ...,n 4wiv tihrMr-- lw fitr
I .... i. v, l.t.---. fl.
,l.iaiU-t WJi-- ,l H U. . .'.
v. ... ... ,rni nilmd btiildr.
dect of the Yfunr Ireland society. arrtd
MotJay 00 a charge of treason. Tb felocy
rul'S joversirig the erxcnlTe of tbe Fenian
Ms were introducpcL The ruVs were dis-
toTcrct .-!... , .... 'rr;
. m . ,..,: r - ...-.:-.
fciiTT CU-- ,v-. .
lauor. If a mnbr l
of a fesian orgacization be sboald be
Winiscox. T). C. Hor. Tbe iadlca-
tions far the Missouri mllty are fair weatbrr;
iUtiasuuv tcKpcraiorf; .ju1ti portioss;
fist! fiH in nertsera portior.; ugK. Tarsao-j .
EW 1GKC VOT. 5. rrOCBTiUani
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' began VXij ta ite prwr eon, ioui
c. mi morair.g, .ti em nortion of the Soudan, burnms rlllaees I n'ri
suddenlr ia creat agony, it is uppowI, from 5 ma, , "'"r:r';:; ''VrfiV
.TiTLlhl eatingprkaSedwitbtrichinii. A Urge 'yQZ.tTl'.
strong, in ilM toe , ut, ,. -nrl.. ,.C.
in tbetteand tb Tlt.,,v -vt,r a tth Twarin? to-dar l ,.T r..i. .ii..,.wr.Ud uM.
in the month of Xo- ,. ,v,. r.f Fr1Ti-t J. Alin. -nee nri-
to the removal of Prof. Theo. TV". Dwight ,
from his position as referee in the suit of j
Peter Manl and others against Cornelius K. I
Garrison, which involve tome $3,800,000. i
Application is made on behalf of the defend- j
ant, who chargea that the referee U preju- i
diced in favor of the plaintiff, and that his j
rulings are erroneous and other charges. In
the meantime proceedings before the referee ,
Foreign Missionary Society. .
f Baltimore, Md.. Nov. 8. The executive
committee of the Woman foreign .Mission
ary society of the Methodist Episcopal
church continued its session thu morning, i
Reports from the De Moines branch shows
tnat section were in a sounsning condition.
The amount raised during the year was
$12,000. Report of committee on leaflets
showed over a million and a half printed and
distributed in all sections of the country.
The leaflets explain the work and scopo of '
Camxxox, Tc Nor. 8. A horrible triple
murder was unearthed at Bryant station
twelve miles west of Cameron. Bernard
Schaller an old Bohemian, together with his
wife andjdatightrr, three years old, were found
murdered, lying near a straw stack. Schal
ler and wifrt were shot through the head, and
the child's ksull was crushed Ther had I
been dead several days. I he cauo or tbe
crime i a mystery. No arrests.
Nkw York, Nov. 8. The Kiernan agency
state: Ticket brokers havo given out tbe
following as the rates to Chicago this morn
ing: New York Central and Erie. Sll to
$11.60; TVest Shore $12. and Lackawanna
$14.50. The roads are openly claiming dif
fcrential rate, but business is not "brisk"
Tlw New York Central is expected to make
a further reduction to-dav.
Pittsbcro, Nov. 8. The single tcul'
raco for $00.00 aside, betwten Pe
ter H. Connelly, of Boston, and John Teom
er, which was to have taken placo at Mc
Keesport, this afternoon has been declared
off. Teemer's backers doclare that he is not
in condition and have forfeited one hundred
dollars stake money,besidcs one hundred and
fifty dollars given to Conley for expenses.
Conlev and bis backers left tor Boston.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 8. Just as the firing
of a national salute in honor of the Demo
cratic victory was concluding the caisson of
a cannon exploded, injuring about a dozen
bystanders, including eight small boys. One
colored man was so severely burned that he
will probably die, and two or three others
were teriousfy hurt. The accident was due
New Orleans, Nov. 8. Sam Johnson,
colored, was shot and killed last night at the
corner of Sister and Royal streets, by Charles
flyle, who was in company with Special Of
ficer Dupre. Johnson resisted being arrested
by Dupre, and shot at the officer, when Hyle
fired at Johnson, killing him. llyle kurren
dcred. Stouchersburtf Explosion.
Philadelphia, Nov. 8. A dispatch from
Stouchersburg says: Thero is considerable
excitement here owing to fears that the men
killed by tho dynamite explosion will bo
found hid away in some barn or house here,
The number oftho cartridges was filled with
80 per cent of dynamite, the very strongf st
kind that can be made.
Galveston, Tex., Nov. 8. The Galveston
News' Palestine say: Last night, at a late
hour, during tbe jollification, the city mar
shal, Chris Rogers, shot and killed John
Cbilds. Childs persisted in attacking Rogers
until the marshal killed him. Rogers wss
released on $1,000 bail.
Indianapolis, Nov. 8. Rev. James Mc
Leod, pastor of the Second Fre-byterian
church of this city, and who formerly occu
pied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church
at Buffalo, . Y., says be has" it on good au
thority that Gov. Cleveland will shortly be
uniteJ in marriage with a young lady of
Killed His Wife.
Trov, Mo., Nov. 8. Green Thornhill, a
negro, killed his wife some time during
Thursday night by splitting her head open
with an ix. He then attempted to kill him
self with tho same weapon, but failing, fled,
and was captured.
To be Appointed.
Washington, D. C. Nov. 8. President
Arthur, Secretary Lincoln anil Attorney
General Brewster, returned to this Hty this
evening. It is stated tho president has de
termined to appoint Governor Crosby, first
assistant postmaster general.
CmrAOO, HI., Nov. 8. A bill was filed in
tho circuit court ibis morning by Mrs
Eureka Storey, asking for tho appointment
of a receiver" of the"eat of Wilbur F
Storey, instead of an administrator, during
tho pendency of any suit to contest his will.
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Nov. 8. The bank
ing house of James N. Mattcrson St Co.,
closed its doors this morning. Hon. 8. D.
Gifford is assigned.
FINANCE ANU COMMERCE.
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MARKETS IK TELEGRAPH.
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MUkonrl Pacific S's bond
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Central Padile stocks .
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Knssas City Urn Stack.
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We open this day all our stock of
UNDERWEAR AND KNIT GOODS
WAKE UP! WAKE UP!
GENT ST FURNISHING.
If it is not known, we intend that it shall be, that we hare
opened tho above amount and will srive you all tbe benefit.
Come and see our men's shirt and drawers, a pair 40 centa.
ONLY 20c EACH.
The same is sold
Come and see the difference.
Sold in this city for 37 l-2o.
CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. ' CLOAKS.
CLOAKS. CLOAKS CLOAKS. CLOAKS.
CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS.
Will Be All the Go.
MORE AND BETTER
Cloaks than thr is this
Wo will Bll you if
YOU CAN NAME YOUR OWN PRICE
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
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U CXAKS. CLOAKfl.
TAKE THE PLANK WALK
Men's, Women's and Children's
in this town for
Also our all wool men's socks,
you want them and will not bor you If yo
don't. Corns and sm.
ONE D00B NORTH OF P.-0.
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