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ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 16, 1893.
J THE ADILENE IlEFLECTOm
OUlolal Paper of Dickinson County.
MoKlnty Receives InvltntlonB to
Contest tbo Prooklenoy.
THLY COME L.ICK AND FAST.
lllff Itrpubtlcan (lain. In rcnneyttanls.
New Jera.y, Iowa, Ma.aiicliu.ell.,
Ohio mill Oilier
CotUMnus, O, Nov. 10. Cliitlrtnin
Dick, of tho republic in state commit- populists 107 und the democrats 10.
lee, now places McKinlcy's majority nt I 'I his Is counting1 tho six principal of
Oouo (leers sheriff, clerk, register of deeds,
Of tho COO telegram of congratula
tion received by McKinlcy, more than
400 connect hit uamo with presidential
Moro than 400 letters of conjratulo
tlon camo In the m ill ei erJny
Tho governor I bclmr besieged by
mall and tulegrapli to peal: nt ratifica
tion meeting In this state, but It Is
said In his behalf ho will not nttend
any slnco ho .on n not go to nil of them.
NEW JEllSEV IlKTUUNB.
TnEiTOT, N. J.t Nov 10. As tho
completed returns are filed the repub
lican victory In New Jersey grows In
magnitude. Tho next uM-cmldy will
bo ro publican by n two-thirds vote, the
figure standing; Republicans, 40;
democrats, SO Tho senate, ms already
reported, will bo made up of eleven re
publicans and ten democrat.
The terms of six senators, all demo
crats, expire next year nnd the repub
1 leans nro sure to elect their successors
In many Instances. If their opponents
re-elect nil six the republicans will still
retain the senate. A republican suc
cessor to Senator McPhcrson, whoe
term expire In lb'JI, wilt be chosen by
tho next legislature.
Drs Moinks. In., Nov 10 The latest
returns Indicate that tho republicans
gain a representative In Fremont and
A udubon counties und lose one In Mills
Jackson's plurality will bo near 30,000,
tho bilnnce of the ticket 1 etuecn 0,000
nnd 8 000 more Jackson curried his
home county by 2. Ml Almost every
county shows republican gains.
Tho election of a republican legisla
ture means that a republican United
States fee m tor will ba elected at tho
coining scission of tho general assembly
to succeed .Senator James Wilson, of
PulrHeld, whoso term expires In March,
FINAL MCflUI.TB FHOM M .HSACHCSLTTfl
IIostoy, Nov, 10. Complete corrected
returns from the state on trovernor give
(Jrccnlnlgu, rep., n plurality of 34,105,
as Indicated by the following: Orcen
halge rep, lu .,603; Russell, dem . 1B6
T03; lln nks pro. , 8, 1 X Total otu,
3.W.760; republican plurality, 84.10V
Tills Is ii republic m not gnlu over
1803 of 40,511 A recapitulation of the
elect ons to tho hout-e of representa
tives shows n total of 1&7 republicans
nnd fifty-three democrats Tlio sennt
will consist of thirty-four republicans
and six democrats.
mo tirtruxM is nm.ADti .'in
PniLAitiri'iiMi Nov 10 Keturns
from tho Interior of tho stub make it
probable tho republican majority for
Judge Fel for tho supictno court 111
not fall short of 1.10,000 It will bo the
biggest mijorttv that p.rty ecr hud
here except when Grant bent Urechy
In 1872. 'lhen (Irant majority was
137,746. The remarkable thing about
this victory Is that suc.i old time demo
cratic count es n .uliu Iklll, North
umberland, t.uzerno and Luckuwunna
gave republican majorities while In
other democratic stron 'holds the votos
for that party fell off materially thU
year. At Vork tho republicans elect a
sheriff for tlio first time ami tho Lehigh
republicans ulso elect a treasurer, a
thlnif never lofore dona
NKW VOHK MiOlSI.ATt'IlK KM'Ulll IOA&
Nkw Youk, Nov 10 .Now York has
elected the lepubllutu stite ticket by
probably a VOW majority.
Tho stite senate is republican by 18
to 14 on tho latest returns, but thU
may bo change 1 to It) to 1 1, und tho as
sembly stands 70 republicans to 6..
Hchlereu, rep., for maor his 30,000
plurality In llrooklyn, and the machine
has gone all to smisli.
Tamunny holds Us grip on tho city
and elects nil Its locil candidates by
pluralities aver Mf In? uVOJ-J Ten dem
ocratic civil justices, e 1 lit senatois
nnd twentyscven nvwuiblyuien are
M IllltKA UKTl'MSM.
Omaha, Neb,, Nov 10 Ihnlrnun
I)ener, of the PopulWt Mite eentntl
committee, bus utttnUtol tl.o defeat of
Judge llolcomb nn I the eleetiou of
Harrison (rep.) to tho supremo ujnc'i
Keturns received Inere ie llmrtson s
lead mil ho will undoubtedly have at
least ft.000 plurality over llolcomb
The three ropubliu-in candidates for
regents nro ulsuulectol by good mar
gins. Htuitr' niito ii r trr-r.
JFrrF.HHov CiTV, .Ma, Nov 10 An
error was undo In rogarl to the d at
of Thanksjrlvln? us dnslnitoi by fJov
b tone's, proclamation It should read
tho fifth Thursl ly In November as da
of observa icu and not tb fourth (lov
htono does not desire logo on record
as second In if the effort of tin v. l'en
noyer, of Oregon, nn 1 desires tho peo
ple of Missouri to observe the day
recommended by the prostdont
Cst hifC r In ri-fci.
Athens, Nov 10 The mlnlMry sus
tained a check through tho election of
a president of the chamber. Ihe can
didate elected was supportel by Trl
couplsand was choben by a large ma
jorlty The premier hastened to In
form the king, and as a result of the
oonfereneo resgnnd Later the entire
Oor Watte of Colorado, Issued his
proclamation for thanksgiving, but
stuted that ho did not mm what there
was for the people of tolorudo to Lo
A movement has been started to es
tablish a steamship line between Ual
Ytvfc U4td T4iujlv
THE KANSAS ELECTION.
rolllles of Ihe Cninily Olllrf r. Fleeted Bo
Far as HUoHth
Torrm, Kan., Nov. 10. Complete
election return have teen received at
tlio ofllco of l'rnnk I. Drown, secretary
of tlio state republican league, from
clghty-ono lountles. The republicans
carried forty three counties nnd the
populist six. Thirty-one counties are
divided. Hie republicans elected a
majority of the oflicere In fifteen of tho
dtt tiled counties, nnd the populists
elected a majority In seven
In thoolchtv-one counties heard from
tin) republicans elected SO J ofllccrs, the
treasurer, coroner and surveyor. There
were 0J0 ofllceis to elect There are
twenty-four counties to hear from
Secretary llrann figures that tho popu
lists will get twenty-four oflleers out
of the remaining counties. This will
give the populists lt oflleers.
In lbOl they elected ltis, ncconung
to tho jropulist "Blue Hook" Chair
Itreldcnlhal, however claims that the
final returns will show that tho popu
lists elected moro otllccrs than they did
The following Is a list of the coun
ties of tho state, showing tho number
of oflleers elected und their politics;
Couaiits. it 1. II Luunticj. tZV.lt
Allen ,. o . MtMii s 1 ..
AoJemoo , 0 itil'htrtoa ...
AicnUuu ... S . MUinl 0 .
JUrlM-r .... 4 , AlluhtH I 6 ..
Iltrtou S , Mooipomerj,. ,
ltjoq .,,. 0 uurrls .... fl
lirown ,., ,, 0 ,, cni4ha ,, 6 .
HuUer , 0 . curij ,,,,,.. 0
Ctuise 4 3 , orion o
Cmtutsiqu.1,. 0 .. .. Onufr ,,,, i 6 ..
CntroUctt .... tt .. O.b rue 3 3.
(ho)CDiio . ft I . Ottawa,, 6 I ..
Cliv 1ft Itwnvu , ft 1
otiJ S 4 Pullipi, ., ft I ..
Cffo ., o , IVntitwittomlo .. 6
C mmanclio . ft I i rail ,, 3 .
Crawford,... 0 Ittwlltm 4 t .
Dcoulur , 0 .. It no 6 .
niculniioD . 4 3 Ht public .. . . 0
Dontbhin ! Hiott .... ..
liouus . 0 (tlfy , ,. 0 . ..
Ill .IIS Hooka II S
rinn ,, 0 .uu 4 J
PrinMln . o itus rll , ... ti .. .
(J. irv .. a . y -4 uino 3 3
Urttlof . 0 Svti. ., ,15,
tlrtcnnoHl 0 oi.(wlot ..... 0 .. ..
lUrpcr ... 4 -Ui-rtM3 0 . ..
llirvt-y .... 0 . , trit.:.ti I 4 1
llftttrllH ... U ,. I iinifu,ia I A
Jackson ... fl .. smith 0 ,
JtfferAoa .,. 0 . suiftrtl 3 3..
J"hH1 0 Htinmr 0
Johnson 0 , Tm mis 0 .
Km una a . W lu tmpfl , 4 1..
!ibotto, fl ., Wntt liKitn ... 6 , ,
I.iiie . .. fl Wllsf.n . ..5 1,,
l4irnworll. .. .. WotU n .... 0 . .
Lincoln .,,, ft t W)anJutir, , tt . ..
Inian . ft 1 .
l.vou S ,. .. lot nl , .302 I 7 10
Mar..n .. fl
an riff in
0 the thirteen judges that were
elected, Chairman llreldenth il, of tho
people's pi fly, claim only three
Heren In the fifteenth district, (iclger
In tho Seventeenth and Andrews In tho
Thirty-third, although ho Is not will
ing to give up Wilcoxon In tho Thirty
fourth or llul&cll (fuK.-dem) In tho
NInotecntli. No butisfuctory reports
have been recehed from the Thlrty
hecond district, the old llotkiu district,
owing to luck of telegraph facilities,
but the republicans cl ilin tha election
of Judge llutehlson. The olllclal re
turns will piobibly show the election
of nil tho republic in c mdld ites except
In the Nineteenth, .Seventeenth and
'Ihlrtythlrd and In each of these throe
tho vote Is cIom.
The lrilnU 1.14 Hon.
Richmosii, Vu , Nov la Litost re
turns Indtcato that tho democratic ma
jority iu this state will bo M,0K 1 he
only countteA now K'lloved to line
gone populist urc: New Kent, Camp
bell, Caroline, Prlnco Oeorge, Oreen
vllle, l'oulutan. Prince IMwurd, bus
Mix, Ihomas and l'loyd rlho repub
licans did not support tho populists.
Tho democtats carried twenty-three
senatorial and ninety representative
font met for Kanaas I'uttllc Hull tlntf.
Toi'FKA, hTan , Nov 10 Tho state
boird of public works h is uw ir led tho
contruct'for the cxcuatlou for tho en
gineering building of the statu univer
sity it Lawrence to Cuthbert A: Sar
geant, of Topcka, on their bid of
1 1,035. 40. '
A Taiully Nrarlr Creumtetl
Taettf, Ma, Nov. 10 -The resl-
donee of William lluoy, southeast of
Payette, was burned and the family
narrowly escaped being cremated Mr,
Ituoy's whiskers nnd the hair on his
head were burned off
Tho Incandescent lamp patent (Kdl
son's) has expired In Uiiglnud.
Kmperor Pranots Joseph, as king of
Hungary, has signed tho civil marriage
'Iho new cruiser Olympla has put to
sea from ban Pranclsco on the builders'
It Is repotted that cholera has broken
out at ht Vincent, one of tho Capo de
At Uarcolona twentyflvo anarchists
tvero arrested on suspicion of having
been Implicated In the recent dynamite
The Panhandle glass works at Wells
burg, W. Vo., has returned operations,
employing S00 men, after several
. mere navo wen receive.! oy tlio
upcrlntendcnt of the ltepublic (Mich 1
Orders have been received by the
"i''."" ," ,,..' in.
cembcrb About 1,000 men will bo em-
P "'c ,
The Diamond plato R.asa works at
jvutiuuiu, Jim , uuipioyiu i. ium men,
and other factories employing 330 men
will rcsumo operations after six months
Wado II. Illlilnifly, a student1 nt
Uethany coIIcro, while celebrating tlio
republican victory met Instant death
utritUburgh, l'o. l'owder had been
placed between two anvils.
The Orashdanln. organ of the Has
slan court, In a speobl article upon tho
European situation, snys that a general
disarmament Is linpostlulo and that a
European war Is Inevitable.
As gendarmes wore removing twenty-
two Catholic priests who had been ex
lied from tho Vistula district of Itu.sla,
they were attacked by peasants and a
flerui battle ensued Cossacks rein
forced the soldiers nnd tired into tha
pvuasMiW, r"nltltf od wtnuidliiiz insuy,
' - iTfffrirri
Tho Cctnmorclnl Anor.oy Talks
TRADE IMPROVEMENT PERCEIVED.
Tlie l (Trcl tif (hastrel Hill Trait In tic
creuilnff 1 rlrtM ( rrstrs ltriimud
Dry flnmU Improve lull
Nfw Yoiik, Nov. U. It O. Dun fc
Co.s Weekly lie view of Trade sas:
Tbo urn if the tMo ban come. Since the
election there hn bora a 1 ttnet fail rvi me nt
la business sn pirlteularlr In maniifHcturlnff
lee nome Inert me In actual iransactlo s
nJ much more In the tone of business M n
of all puriUs feci Ihn thre Is c round
for prcn cr ronfldence, the slWrr quoi
lion telnjT rut dennltclr out of the wsr
sal tbe chscce of tlUtur In? sctl-n tn
other reiprcts belnft Icnufnel while the right
of tho icop'e to rale his been vindicated
Wlitlo H Is yet too e.rl to look for (treat
chsnrces there Is yet a dhttncl Improy tu nt la
thedemsnd for mtmfac UreJ products since
the action on lite pflver hilt, some Invrcaie In
ttiftoitputof pic Iron and In rales of woil. In
the building trslei In Sfvrsl ctti's, and the
failures of tho week liit reiwned nhow lower
1U Ml lit fit In brief, tho Tworcft whkh bi gun
when tho hi vir repeal bill pdssrd contlncct
with Increased aircngth.
'the output of pij Iron, thiiitzh not half ns
lame as th it of s yiar n?o, Is larger ihin It
ws st thoUtrlnnlnrof Oot her Tho mo thy I
itnt'tnint rlisjWfi n, ji ions en lv uftnl t
Tt,sjto t6ber l.aul 1,1,81 November I I-IJ
nud ttcro s a nllif'it drrrciso 1 Uetoit
o nnoM Iron eti luni Iho hu den nil tn
tin trite of Htet-I nil whld lus tin main
laltel nt .U for a 1 ni im b it U tmw
(S ut ha inllt, In bntitfht tbs nAcx en
largtm it I f il rminl whl h inUhthiveh ri
nn Ictpilcd an 1 In turn thedrmint cron and
pUlnu Ciip r imprurut a 1 tlte Klthanirw
d MnJ.bjilml it dun iro ullgntlr weax r,
uftir tho Mpj ut tlvj aivaiw iHiweek II
lKiti ml hos U il'vtlno u culpmoaH roil
pifwl lthlisl re wis oily If ir ent f ir iho
ii(, rooio of the si p ar-t aillvo ibchnst
ctn(m In urchdjf having exhiUAtod iui
p I, of duAltrs
Fhe tlrtl wei'i of N neiiLor has paastl snl
tlousintsof butn ss tnnn trenih? arofr.e,
tiiuurii tho anpp he n 1 I fall ires tn dr, goals
hio b en muel I si itUMTjm, aid thus loss
Inortint thtn f trot No doubt It la true
j i thai ratnr couorra hive bea eirrtol over by
jstriiBiiiii vut Mil u iuimciuiu ivtiiai u
tridowlll euablo niott of ibomto weather tho
sturnt A vrtddil Imiirovement Is acen
tn tho inirlici for cotton good with
subtly bttit r price a In print cloths
unl nomo other prudis 'I lie a lot of
nool fjr tho week hire been 3,111 ''
Itoumta at the threo frlttilpid wirketa nUnn.
c, i,itiilaat eir Wullo the prolucilon o.
m-n'a w olens from June lo NovemUer I sai
on y 10 If 1,714 tarda. Hgtlnit If 99 for the
ftatno t crl d lau yiar. thero la pood renaon to
expect a larger demand heioafter Iho volume
of dbines 1c trade, though amaller than u tear
a?o shows eouilJcrab.o eta deer a ethinap
ptared la September und October, the ex
chimtes at clvirlng housra ouUllo of rtw
York being ont ir.4prricnt umalier than for
tbo correaponllnit we-klial year
The failures for the week ptsthare beenifl
In ihe Unl ed M to . n?aloit ti'X r the smu
week la-it yoar, sal In Canidt3f airi Dt 2J last
far 'I hen were fou failures with II i 1 1 ties
h iwontl ',iu and w,i o ca h snd'Slth
Hihlllilesbctwcfnt' ' unMIJOM v.ah The
Ilibl files uf ft turcttis urck how a v ry rn
ouralnif deiri w emom In.' to oi.l 3,4 &.
oJ njf tn-tt T II oo or iln pr cMllnff o'k,
and II la inclcid ti at while the n imjcr of 'a 1
urodkx lot uulrlillT dotlfuuu etthru
are fewer of liupirtamo.
ESTIMATING THE ntVENUE.
4 niiini o.l.mer Ml Irr I ImU ll ttatlirr IHlU
Wahiiimitov Nov. II. CnimnNsIonti
Miller has finished the draft of his nn
mini report to tho secret try lie W
finding It dHUctilt. owing to the etlst
lug condition of business nfT.iIrs to
maho tin approxltnilidv n ecu rate uUl
mate of the probtblcrei enue during thu
i em Under of the prewMit llicil n
Not very large rei el pts are expected dur
Ing the remainder of tho cileudiryeii
from tho piyment of tuxes on whisky
taken out of bon 1 for ro'iMimptlon, us
a lurc amount of It Is usually taken
out durlnir tho latter pirt of tlio sum
tucrnnd early p-irt of the fall nftir
which the withdrawal fill off hoiiij
what The large n mount th it was In
bond during the linancl il stringency
and on which tlio owners sought to
have the period extended, has now
been released nnd the tuxes paid there
on liny Hint ."scot Uhlpplnv.
Nhihakk City, Neb, Nov. 11.-
ciaienco Vorney and William KIppr,
I tW() ijoyil u(,0j years, wero anvitod
yesterday, clurged with arson
ihivs ii go a burn Iu the western pirt of
the city was burned and a valuable
horse was cremated Investigation led
to tho arrest of tho bo,), when they
confessed, saying they wanted to see
tho lire team run. Another barn was
discovered on flreesterday and It Isbo
lloved the youngsters repeated their
memtj(r Troji ItrptrU
Wahiunutov, Nov 11 'Ihe Novem
ber returns to tho department of agri
culture of the rates of yield per acre
makes the uvorago for corn 2 0 bush
els. Tho corn states are reported ns
follows: Now York, J.1; Pennsyl
vania, 34 0j Ohio, 'J4 3; Michigan, J3.7;
Indiana, 1M 3, IUIuoIs, liVa, Iowa, : 4,
Missouri, 'J 7. 3; Kansas, 'JO H, Nebraska,
Will V.nturtm tit flearr I w
WASiitNflTov. Nov. 11. Commissioner
Miller, of the Internal revenue depart
ment expect soon to tako tho ueees-
fc, , ,or tll0 cnforcelcat t lll0
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UIIIKIIUtU HtUll lilt U. "IIHII IIU lUJ llf
tlu doubt the Chinese will avail them-
,olvelL ,, llltu.r of n,tructIon. to
collectors will lw practically the tamo
a, tllut ,su0,i un(lcr tl0 orlif Inal act
I Ir.t II. ed III the Strip.
Kiiuaiik, Ok , Nov, 11. I.x-Chlef I)
W. llusliyhcad and . I) Wisdom,
secretary, have executed warranty
deeds to ull lots sold In Klldurc C, V
Mntnn, agent of the companj, dollv-
crod deeds cterday .ilessrs. lllalie
IDOro H'ckson have the honor of re
"'.T1" I1!" "rtrlwu",,Dty. ,Uud CVer
"oil""11 In the Cherokee strip.
Kan... u.pubiican I atlm-it-ffh
Tui'LKA, Kan., Not. 11 Iho reptile
! Ileum now claim tlio election of 477 out
ot WO county i fflccrs chosen on Tuos
day, conceding 180 to the populists nnd
twenty-tlirio to tho democrats. This
irives tjje republicans a gain of eight-
"fn the election In 11-31, a loss of
''"tj to thu populists nnd twentyflvo
W Umi dewgcmU.
WILL RECTORS LILI'J'yK UANI.
I'o'Iryof the ttlni'nMnill u I'iw,tdtle
It unl1 nn lilaiid l'. H s Hliil Ii
W r4iiiiciiuN, Nov. IL A letter ml-
dres I to I lesblent Clfveland ly eo-
rettry (Irishnm, on (cloUr 18, has
been i cm nut for piblicntion Iho
r-ecntny nviewh In detail the nets
Itndlfg tip to Ire tctoUit tin lit llnwiill,
In Jnmta y list, nnd tnhia strong
prornds in the upltilnu mt (Juern
Llliuokalint would never luna been
'apnK'd had It nut leen fur tho land
ing of United Mutes inantns from the
t'nitid Mutrs steanishll) Huston.
lie malnla us also that the provis
ional government has boon maintained
solely by the fear of tho military power
of the Unite 1 Mules. He cites imiih
rtideuco from lllnunt'8 rop rt and from
the rep n Is of Minister Wle mis himself
to Mutuln this tew.
Ihe government of llnwntl, ho siys,
"Bttirviirieiid Its authority under n
thnntofwnr until Mich time only as
the United Mutes should tctufctnte- tho
cuiiF-tltutlunnl sovereign and the pro
liton il govcrnuiitit was crcatid lo ex
ist until terms of union with the United
b tales have Urn agreed upon.
The tieaty of nnnexntlon withdrawn
from the r-enntu should not, he argues,
lesul milled iigutn
"3houll not tho great wrong,' ho
uv,s, Mono to a feeble but Indepetid--nt
state by an ubuse of the authority
of the United States bo nn tnnn by ro
stor'n r thw legltlmato govt rnnient?
An thing short of thi wdlnot Ire
spectfnlly submit, satisfy the doiniuds
TOPIKA REPUDLICANS RATIFY.
A Ux MrtMlncHl Ulilrh l.very tlhitlon to
V 'tlolry IV ns Loudly i lifrrod
Toi i.k, Kan , Nov. It. 'Ihe repul
1 leans held n jubilee In Topcka last
mht to express satisfaction with the
result of 'Itiesdiy's election 117:30
o'clock the streets were thronge 1 with
people Pa mis played, cniinousraltled
nud the small boy made night hi loons
with a tin horn 'Iho iiitifieiMon
meeting was held tn, Hamilton b ll
Ma J J K Hudson presided Ihcru
were iilsnit twenlv-Hvo speoches
lirgo portrait of MaJ Mchltiley was
displayed on the platform and every
U'Tirencoto the great apostle of pro
tection was a signal for n nam l of np
pluuso It Indicated how tho republic
an pulse of Ka 'sis belts on 'lio presi
dency '1 ho hall was not lirgo enough
tu hold the pople, nnd nn overflow
meeting was hold In the street
There was great cnthusl istn Thj
only Incident which oceurn I to uur
tho nleasuro of tho victors w ts the nt
teinpt of AilJ -Oen Ariz to prevent lh-
Intlery Imis from usln the statu ar
tllleiy Ncrgeinls Ortgir and Harm
of the bit cry took a few
ko 'n of miw Ur to Jtho urseiinl
audlngtu to cchd ratu hi true Amer
ican htjle, whoa (len rtr npptnred
rnd oftfered tllem to dett They le
fued. and nri (ten Atts was In the
iuirioiIt howithliew with the thrcit
that ho would hrlut? the wrath of the
inllitnrv b(Mid down upon tho heads of
the obhtreperou mm feints. 'Ihe to
publ cms c'Murol lit.dyns the uin
non lontiiiutMl to rou
It nvt ted In I nte ( uulrrr.
Sr .loMiti, Mo. Nov 11 Ilemv
Duve. an tdd and well luiuwu eitic i,
was drowned In Lilte Contrary he
went to tho lake durh ti tho ufter noon
rente 1 a skiff und wh n bistseu w i
st mdlug on a log flstil i - .Vot return
in his ii-lattvos b.e un anxious ubotit
h m Seirehliig put'is went to tlu
1 1 e an 1 dragMl It and shortly after 4
ocloek nenvera I lln bily Mr lu o
v. n -IS , ears of nge li 1 1 iti-ddu 1 In fits
e tv over twenty irn and whs well
known being n m inU-r of the Old
IVIInws, lie I -Mm nnd iiolontOrder of
Not titnr niii'ir.
Nrw Yimic. .Nov li rcpoit from
Port I,').-, . .1., til it I " imlytifii mill
who lommltlfil snli i'U nt thul pliue
liml been lilonllll I ii . I' itof Will Inn
V. KUlnjf, nn actor imiismI much talk
tnthiMlrknlcli ilc-Hl cr n ulituiiH nent
nutoci liieountrv tli I tlutMiIotdouiiN
probably Willi nil h I' - iif, tho ncll
knoMi comic opera . n '? nnd oonu
dinn To-dnv huMvi it iviw lunrncd
that tho well known t 111 Illftlttj; va
plitlue; Willi u com) my in no.tern
In -llrm.iry nf hlriTi tiinrchl.l.
LoMiov, Nor II - I lie unnrchLWof
ull jrouTrt atlifrcd at tho bouth I'luco
inittitiito Inst eviMiin; I (oinmcmorato
the cAccutlou of tin i hu'iiiro nntrrh
t-K bix jtiirb iipo 'ih ' nil wnn Lrowil.
el fin tiio wnl h huiif red lluifi mid
hcro'lH with mi rcliKt in ttoeH. (Inn
iLroll bru tlio M'.i Is! I hem will m
a tlino wiicu nit if i II to more poiv
erful than fccrolU or vi u"," tlver tho
pi itfrnu were tlio wit !. "Coniloinncii
nnl muidcreil, Noicniin'r. 1Si7,"
Tlii T.nr li.rn I iifl I 'lrilv.rli'.
hi I'All Minn., Nnv II hint nn
fllod In tha L'nilo I . circuit court
to Mt nnldo tho lcic lemhip of the
Northern I'iietfio A mill iinmcd lll.il.o
scoured (10 una ju li.'ii'unt niralnst the
compiny. und hid iitt'irnnVH npplv for
n dht.oliition of tlio rcci l.emhlp in or
der thit the juil(riniiul may bo p ii I nt
once An rxnitly -.Innhir iniit for an-
' ' '".""'," "'""",
other party Is li Inc prepared,
Treasury ollloluls In Washington sty
no bonds will be Issued
'Ihe first mortifige holders on the
Columbia Iron A hltelCo.of Union
town, I'a., hnve inn closed und the
property will lie forced to sale lit once.
Itobcrt Todd nnd Mivrinun Nllcl.es
ter fjuancltd ut t.ttttsburg. 0 , over
the result of the elittlon. Toild
slapped Wllehi'sUr nnd tho latter
pulled a revolver und shot him dead.
Martial law has been proclaimed In
the province of llarcoloua, Kpiiln. Th.
pul Ice have been reinforced by detect
ives from Madrid, and are hunting th.
anarchists night and duy
Clearing Iioiimi returns for tho week
ended November V showed an average
detrcasu of '.'0,8 toinpureil Willi the cor
responding week cf last tar In New
orl the dicrcao was t1.2; outside,
A Frolffht Train Ruba Ita Noso
Affiilnat n Posoongor.
FOUR MEN LOSE THEIR LIVES.
The Accident tauted by the Freight Hun.
blur on the Other's Time-Four
Jlore Hock Ulaiul ktiina
Flag iuaii Arrrated.
CoLUHnim, O, Nov. 10 A passenger
train on tho Columbus, Hocking Valley
it. Toledo railroad collided with a
freight train twelve miles north of Pos
torla at 7 o'clock last evening and four
lives were lust 'Iho passenger train was
southbound and should have reached
here nt 0.35. It was n head end colli
sion and tho northbound freight was
running on the passenger trnUVs time
without orders to do so. There was a
dense fog ut tho time, Tho killed nre:
Andrew Jones, the engineer of tho pas
senger train) C P. Jones, his fireman,
who Is his sou! William (Ire ah, express
messenger; Kuglneor W. 8. Keelln, of
tho freight trnln. Conductor W. ti.
Joseph, of tho passenger train, was also
Injured. All tho killed live In this
city. Iho train dispatcher hero says
monger Information has been received,
but ho ttollevos no passengors have
been killed or seriously Injured
The collision occurred near Uradnor.
None of the passenger of tho express
was hurt 'Iho engineer of tho freight
Is said to have boon responsible for tho
accident He bad orders to wall ut
Itlslng bun, S miles south of II r ad tier,
for the express, but failed to obey or
ders and the two trains root a mtlo und
a half from Itradner, tho ox press golug
at ttio ruto of 30 miles an hour.
The two engtnoers and Fireman
Jones wero killed almost Instantly.
The Ureman of tho frolght, whose name
could not be learned, escaped with
slight Injuries, supposed by jumping
Iho passenger train was composed of
three coached, Including an express
car. Ihe engine teuder nnd express
enr wero completely wrecked, as were
the locomotive and six frolght cars.
T11K HOCK IWLAfltl WnLCK
Chicaoo, Nov, 10 Pour names have
becu added to the list of thoso killed In
tho Itock Island wreck hero, maklug
eight dead und thirty-four Injured.
Plagman Ortman, of tho Itock Island
rullway, who has been charged with t
causing the wreck, was arrested at the
request of the coroner. 'Ihe railway
ofHclals refused to give boud fur him
und he Is locked up awaiting the re
sult of tho Inquest It Is said that t'rt
man's fnlluro to display tho proper
lights on tho rear of tho suburban
train caused tho collision.
Iow 11 tr ll.rk of th. N.t All.bl. IUI
Waiiiinoton, Not. 10. Tho low
wntet mnrk of the net nvullublo bnb
nnco of tlio treasury wu reached ycn
tcrdav when the total stood at fW.UOD,-
2U, of which 184 8'10,-U'J wan tho gold
rebcrTe, i no jnrire expenuiiurea over
receipt, thu. far thin month In renpoii'
alblo for this condition, but no alarm
or unenaiucaa la fult nt tho department.
Tho hopo iaexprcahed that better time,
will Mion como und the reserve in. well
na the net currency balance will ajralu
Im-kIii to rbc.
It wiia nald at tha department no or
ders havlni; In view tho actual colnaru
of tho silver bullion In tho treasury
purchased under thohhcrmaii act have
yot been Issued, but they urn exK-ctcd
nt any time. Active prcpiratlous uri
still Koluu; on In miihiuk ready tha In
trots nml blanks for tho loltiaifo sous
to kj In reudlucss when tlio orders uro
T hu low state of tlio treasury's nrall
uble cash has kItoii rlsu to fresh rumors
of new means to be devised for rcplen
lalilnir tlio i-old reaerve. It Is said nt
tho treasury doonrtinoiit, however, that
other than the colnoir. of tho bullion """ counties of Atlantic, tapo Mtiy,
nbove referred to, Kecrutnry Curll.lo tiloueestcr, Oieiin, hiileiu, Homerset
has no Immediate steps in contempla uml hiissox. Ihlsl-oliiir so, under sec
tion liivolvlnir u ohanifo In thu ilecul ton l!.f) of the election law. roylalon of
policy of the covernmenU J"M'y I" -Wl. It U mandatory
There la .aid to bo no dlaposltlon to "P"" " Kf"ior to cnll special eleo
u.u. Ind. nt nrn.ent. mid no such tloiis In each of the counties where
scheino is thought necessary before the
meeting of congress, when tho views
of tho president wilt be sot forth In hit
message to that body.
INDIANS SACK A TOWN.
J'Mlniuiii. Mil ItsbUtl lir To mot hi futlUui
Wliu llltln thn dutmii ll-mj.i.
Dkmino, N. M.i Nov 10 Prank Hie-
im.1.1, n merchant of I'ulomas, Mex..four
miles llow tlio border, arrived here
yesterday morning h.id brings new.
that fifty Tomochl Indian, had sacked
that town. T hey uro one of the scat-
terlng hnnds of Indians whb survived
tho horrid massnero In th. engagement
with mux's soldiers last May and have
slnco been roaming In the mountains.
In the raid on I'ulomas they fired
on tho custom house guards, num
berlng thirteen, killed one of the
guards mid his horse, nnd then rifled
tho custom house, cnrrylng away
twenty-live cnrblnes and plsUds, e00
rounds of ammunition and 1800 in
money. They appropriated provisions
nnd other supplies from the stores,
. ,i ......i i i 1.111...1
"mi ui ui. luuiiiiiiHH. I'uiiu nrii. mild.
I-, II... .,,sm.nL Aft,r ll,. l,l
p Jar T'X. I 7 and" Sta
7." . I"'' .'I". .'A.' LT"; ...Tl"
Mexican govcrutnent has ordored out
rire at llosle, Itan,
IIoxik, Kan , Nor. 10. Fire broke
out In the Ulllthorpe hotel and before
It was subdued destroyed property Tai
led at (12,000, wlthJUtle Insurance.
Tbe first annual southwestern Irrlgo-
tion convention, which was organized
ut Usmitig, N, M by delegates from
Now Mexloo, Arliona, Texas and kan-1 ,UlllI,er and tiring nu tho yessol Tho
sas, adjourned sina die after taking i ffTfr,llm,n t does not sustnlnhisactlon
steps towards permanent association. hinn mv0 urcHay Uen tuken to ask
I Miller A tfrooks' cotton gin was1'"-- t'1" ottradltlon of Itonllla from
bnrn.d near Illrmlnghum, Ala., and '-
i-int. n.ni.. ..- n.u ..-,, ..t.!...,. I itlstumorcd that eutolll will soon
1 Vunnnl WlVh tt.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
FOILCD DY A DRAVE MAN.
l.. r.tl.i ltrtnpL tn Itnh n ll.f rUnil
llnul. lull Mrrll III. MMcll.
CthM-tANii, (I, Nov. It. shortly
nftirnmii tOMlny u hlmiiKiT cntoroil
tlio otllio of Mjron T. llcrrlck, trwu
urir of tlio hiclcly of HiiTlnuii,
nml ntkril for ft private Inter
view. Ilu win rioorly ilrcwoil
but nu illffircnl In nppcarnnco
from eorr of men nlio cill ilnlly.
Derrick took lilm Into the tnntecV
room nml tho limn clivioil tlio door. Jnnt
&h llorrlcU ttnrtoil totalto n nont tho
innnitilil! "1 Hunt mime money nntl I
nnntout (flvo It In tno now. Now
vou can ro Into llm rnnlt nntl fflvo mo
t0,0ua I'll po with you nml tlio dorks
in tho lanlilnir hoimo will think you
nro allow Injr mo tho iiilltv"
Tho Mrnnn;er quickly tlrow n rorolver
fnini liin pocket nml thru.t tlio muzxlo
nf(iiinKt llcrrlck'n lioml. If you tlon't
do thnU" ho conllnuoil. "I'll bloiv you
up. I linvo n chnrKo of dynamite In
my other linml nml I'll blow ua Imtli
Derrick promptly iitruck tho mini In
ttio fuca kuonklnir him down. ho
robber nprnnp; to hin fuel, .hot nt Ilur
rlok nml uprani; out of an npon win
dow Into tlio utroot. Tho bill pauMxl
throusli tlioriiflitiililnof Horrlck'.oo.t.
Tho robbor hai not been found.
THE HUTCHESON CASE.
lit. Trx.i 'niiiire..nii.n rile. Ali.w.r to
the I'rlllliMi tnr III. IM.b.rin.iiU
Oai.m-htiiv, Tex , Nor 11. Late taut
ctcnln'f Don. J. U Dutclieaoii. tnemlier
of cnn.rro'in nnd prominent member of
the Miuthorn bir, llled hi. nnawor In
tlio UiilloJ Ktntea court hero to tho np-
pliciliou of Allwrt Tnlrlck for hi. illn
birmcut in n prnctltloncr in tlio feder
nl courtn of tlio enatern dlntrlot of
'lexnafor ulliifril unprofcanlonnl con
duct. United Mat Dlatrlct Judito
llonrtiinii ri'celvcd Mr. llutclieiion'a nu
awcr mid act tho enso down for
hcarinir noxt Monday, November
II 'Ilia answer of Mr. Ilutcha
non wna Immodliitely withdrawn
nnd could uot lie obtnlneiL It la. how
cter, underatiKKl ho denieaoreryiillcfra
tiou wt forth In ttio uppllcntion for hi.
debarment nnd pimiUvely n.icrU hta
iibillty to couiptetely exonerate hlmaclf
of any iinpivfo.Hional conduct during
hi. Irtfal cartcr.
liio milroino nf tlila cno will bo
watched t .111 Interest, uml tho many
frlmida of Mr. Dutchcaon, who hna
linrna nn enviable reputation In pro
feMlotial iih well nn aoctnl life, nre
Jiopoful ho will completely Tlndlcnto
AN ELECTION KNOCK-OUT.
Tli. ApiMirllitiuuent li. uf New J.rs.y
llerl.reil In lie Unruii.lltutlunsl.
Tukitui, N J., Not. II. Th. su
preme court of tills state has decided
that tho present leifl.lntlvo apiwrtlon
incut act was unconstltiltlonuL This
has cuused j-reat cimsternutlon ainouy;
tha lawyers mid politicians nt the cap
ital nud will inuso rcstlessncaa muonjr
tlio fiaarmblymi'twdocL Cloy. Wcrta.
Jiistlco Abbott, uf tlio supreme court,
uml Prosecutor of tlio l'leus llayard
block ton held a Innif secret conference
oil this subject, but would not dlsclo.
Assistant I'roM-cutor W, Dolt ApaRar
Haldt 'It apiears from tho doclslon
rendered by tlio supreme court that the
"'y "(fully elected members ol tlio
" "' nsMjinbly wero thoso from tho
1"""0 '""B no letally elecUd members."
Ill I'litlra I'urlun I u vol rail
MlMSAUKKK, Nov. 11. The North
western Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
acting under the personal liability
clause In tho charter of the Wisconsin
Murine & PIre Insurance bank, which
held all tho stockholders In the lntltu
tlon personally liable for tho nmount
' their prlvatt, fortunes In event of th.
bnnk'salluro. has filed iiclaluiagalnst
J,?Un.Jl "'"'n. ho former cashier of
tho defunct Institution, for IJ.0,000.
, i,.i,d . ntn.rork.
Ukadimi, l'o,, Nov, It. John O.
Welder, n well known cltUon of Itock-
,,, township, this county, was the
tIlIIiii nf a terrible iiLcldenL Do was
imping to huul corn fodder, nnd as tho
wagon entered the barn ho was swept
ofI ttl,a fn on uu upright pitchfork,
,,ron(, ot w,ic, entered his breast
tone and penetrated Ida lungs. He
was rendered very weak from the lots
Turlur sure of lleaiilnliiieiit
I ,..., ie , ll t ..
' . W """ "S NV. I l.-U II. J. Toy
lor, w ho fatted of confirmation of mln
Iste, to l.ollvla, .aid this morning, "I
oil I .hall leave for llollvla nbii'.t ll.o
21th. I don't know whether Atwnod
will go to fulals but he will got a con
sul.ite Mr Cleveland will stand by
tlio colored people,"
Ills Aril, n Niit Sualalned.
Troi'tKIAI I'A, Honduras, Nov. II.
Col Villein lias been summoned here
by order of the president to glvo nn no
count of his conduct In dem indlng tho
,.n, i iiuin irn,n ,. .,tn Mn
' W nJvt vunllmrl.
.jtatta... . niinstM nfiiwiawxiiMie-.,., h.ism.!S!iitu,iiass .rtfaaj,,.
Pwluwlclc Lotlzr, No. 17. meet. In K, l,
r.Uevury .conilftnil routlh MimdAV n.pn
ln. rfichinontn. I), J. MoUibon, W.O.t
Kollrr, W, It.
MODERN WOODMKN Or AMltlllUA. ,
tJnnip No. 110 llwlorn Woodmiinof Amrri.
. lmMu .Terr rrtd.y nrenlnff ol itiich
month In K. oft". b.U VUlllnn n.Uhtwr.
w.looin., J. I), Bwoonar, V. O.I T. J,
rUATXnttAL All) ASSOOIATIO!..
Or.TC.nt Oauncll, Nn. In. T. A. 1,-mU
.nn Ant ftnd third Mond.r riant, of wush
montn In K of i. hill II, I, Wood., prm.
nt J. II. tilr.l.r, .Mnitarr.
onNu Aimr or th nxrunuu.
Ablliinii Pot No. R-IImu st the OdJ
r. How. 11.11, teeonil M 4th Mund.v (.yon
Inn of ch month. All comma. Vro In.
flteil to mot with .. o. I.. Uoore. 1. O.s
w. S, Andenon, Adjutant. J.M ly
Womui'.R.II.r Corp.. No. IMhm alur.
nto W.dnf.clTflrnoon.tt t go o'clock In
K. of r. tall Dr.. o. J. ruler., pra.lil.nti
Mr.. U.ry K, r.ul,wHiroUry.
knioiits or rrriiiAB.
D.man lAd. Nrt. kVn(. ...rv n.i.u.
tr Tonln, Intli. Knliht.or frtblu hUl
vt.ltlnjr brotbor. oorill.llr inrttfld. Jny
lUrdlnj. 3. 0.1 riM Mlcox, K. otll. AH.
AWI.n. Ixlr.. No. MHku .T.rr Tbur.
i.r .Tonior in in. univni. airi
H, A. lirown,
M. W. lllohrd
a w nnnir.
I. O. 0. r.
WoitrnHonioI.ode. 1. O. O. T No. M
M eu .r.rjr Tuesday ovonlna tn Odd relUiwa'
eall. Offlo.r.1 Nobl. Orand, J. 11. FftTor;
teoretarr, r. A. Smith, VlilUnz brethren
CTrn.Chipt.r.Ko.a, K.A.M -Meetaln Ma
oilc hall on the artoond ar. fonrtk rrtdar.ol
aaoh rnnnlb Itlehant Waring U. I J.
t. Worler Boor.larj,
O.K.S. AlilleDoObaptorltt, meeta In thn
Ma.onlo ballon tho rtrntanit third Tneadar
eTenlnic.nf.anh month. Mra, ituth Snanfflor
Worthy Matron, tin. Ida IT. Moon, .aero
laWAT TIMB TAIilKB
a. r. n, u.
n V-.1amltd Ktra 4-ls t-.tn,
No.B sallna AK.O. accoin 10:11 p. in,
in, is rrt-igM, HHW , itroa.tti.
o, ll-rrelxhl 8 ua.u.
N, limited etpr.i. w. , Ilt40a.ro,
No. .-Mlln.AK. (J, tccom. , ,141a.m.
-J..I4 Proisnt..... 8 OJp.ai,
No II Atoea rrltrbt 7il0u.u,
PAtly ex.epl aan.ya
ru.i&t. d ill?.. s ooa.m.
tcrouuuodaUos dally I3up.ro.
faM nasi d.Ur. -. .Dt1ri in.
cooaimodklload.lly t Jf) . is
-'s.s.off.r..,. .... ,, wh.m.111119 A.L1.
Aecommoila Ion .- w...lilfi Vu
K.turolns to Abiun..
rs.MAter . ... 11 p. m.
ocommodstlon wm 11 40 a m.
Ml Santa re trnln. daily axoeM Miindew
All trans on th. Abilene and Oonrnrdla
branoh run to ami Iroin Kinorla Trnl.
Iioraiid cs carry a tbrointli reclining elixir
car between Abilene an I Kan.ns c!y. S' a A
tbrou h recllnliifc chair tar between Ni w.
ton and Omaha, conni nllnir at Newtnn lib
through exprea. fur OkUbuma aid (lalve
ton, and thrniniii train for Colorado, Nov
Mexico and California.
HOOK ISLAND Jt. 11
No. Ct--fieal FrelRMnnd aeiom 10 4.. r
No, 17-Oblcaiio Mali and ipr....... 0144 p.t
sio.ifWorld' ralrMallandBpr..lll'l. r
N) as Local Frrum and Aecom .. 8'(u p .
1'ua.nver tralaa run dally rr.1vbt trail
daily ssa.pt ondaj.
wISSODBI FACiriO-AT nBIUNOTON
fatsrarer. No. Ml , ,,,,,,,
Throogu rreiffti-,No. ll. , ,,
Tbroa-h might. NO. sit.
raaseng.r,No.301 , .
,. ":3i P.
mill a n
BTAMDAUen ft HUIID,
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
S, STEELSMITHt M. D.(
SnrpD, gynecologist anil Ocnlift
Praotloo limited to Hurg.ry, SnrrieM
cllseasoo Dlssasos oi VTomnn and Dt4
aases of tb. Eyo.
J. N. BURTON,
Thn oMt"t auctioneer tn Ptokln-on count v.
Bllilru.tloa nurnnliet siid torim tesw a
bie. winery siie nnywnrru, hum !
stpsclsliy. IIoiw, Ksnass, tWlf
ABRAM B. STONER.
Will ery Kale In Dlcklniou and iurronn4
tntf tuiintlrat rcnsmisblti int. HuiUia
tlon a uariiiitoi U. 1'uitultlcu address AM
lone, K it nit si,
ItHnliono'ii Peotlnn It Uluevor township,
10 tnlli (tun north i'f Abll in.
An at'poinunetit Look will be st I'ltl- A
Fisher's tlure, AMIone.wlicro dstt-i can Uu
Transacts a '
GENERAL BAlmO BDSINE3L
Olvos special attention to Collec
tions, buys nud sells Forel
and Domostlo l.xcharjgo
Wogotlatoa Mortgago Loau3
AU business ptvinpUy attended to.