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EVERY TJO WAN
Book Ialaava. m.
AILED' HIM BACK.
Major Seems to Want Boutelle and
Want Him Badly.
HAUTE ILLS EECALLED Of EOTJTE,
Taiesraaa Beacknaa; Hint at Syracnwa,
That Ha Waa X ceded mt
Haataua aal the Prealdeat-EIee Ban
Ceafereaee Sonne of the Dayls TaUtere
aeaata Teat an TarM tstalatlo - Mnd
dla ha the rtah Electioa Law.
Syracuae. N. Nov. 18- Representa
tive Charles A. BouteUe. of Maine,
while returning home from Canton
Monday received a dispatch in this city
from President-elect McKinley summoning-
him back to Canton. He left
here at 4:30 p. m. for the west.
Canton. O.. Nov. 13. President-elect
McKinley had a visit yesterday from
Chairman Hanna and a long conference
with him. They were together from
lunch time till 4 o'clock p. m. Secre
tary Osborne being also a conferree.
When the trio came down stairs at
the McKinley home Hanna's face
beamed with good spirits and the good
health that makes him look younger
than when he entered the great pres
idential contest as McKlnley'a friend
over a year ago. When a reporter
asked him if a cabinet would be an
nounced soon, he simply said "You
must ask the major." and the news
paper men knew that no asking: would
get any information on which to base
an authoritative opinion on that sub
ject at this time.
ffeore of Other Caller Waiting.
As Hanna was walking to the car
riage for the train he was asked It he
expected Major and Mrs. McKinley to
fro to Thomasville. Ua., to sojourn with
him at his winter home. He said be
would be mighty glad if they would
do It, but again referred that aubject
to McKinley, who said he had heard
nothing from Hanna on the matter."
Hanna returned to Cleveland at 4:15.
Hon. E. H. R. Green, chairman of tfie
Republican state committee of Texas;
ex-State Chairman John N. Huston,
of Indiana: Chales Hodges, of Galves
ton. Tex., and Hon. Tarns Blxby, chair
man of the Republican state commit
tee of Minnesota, were among a score
of callers awaiting an audience with
Major McKinley during his talk with
Hanna. The president-elect drove to
the station with Chairman Blxby at
Major and Wife Take aDrive.
Other callers were Congressman D.
K. Watson, of Columbus, and Rev. Dr.
Weakly, of Cincinnati, who was ac
companied by Rev. Dr. Manchester,
Major McKinley's pastor. Major Mc
Kinley and Mrs. McKinley took a drive
during the morning in the family
carriage, the president-elect handling
the lines. They drove about the city,
returning home at 11:30 o'clock. The
dally drives are doing a great deal to
wards bringing the tints of health back
to Mrs. McKinley's face, and she re
turns from each of them strengthened
and refreshed. -
PBOGRAMM E OF GOT. PIXGREK.
Some Laws lie Will Eadeavor to Have tba
Detroit, Nov. 18. Colonel John At
kinson, who Is recognized a.- Governor-
elect Pingree's nearest friend and legal
adviser, when asked to state on what
lines the governor-elect proposed to
urge legislation, named them as fol
lows: Primary elections; doing away
to a great extent with conventions for
local officers, and giving the people
themselves more control In the selection
of candidates. Two-cent fare on all
the roads of the lower peninsula at
least. Taxation of railroad property the
same as other property. The applies
tion of the principles' of the interstate
commerce act to commerce within the
A vote of the people upon public
franchises, such as street railway
charters. The suppression of trusts
and monopolies as far as the state can
go In that direction. Laws against
over-capitalization of corporations and
swindles committed by promoters.
Laws against the coercion of voters.
and particularly to prevent great cor
porations of a quasi-public character.
like railroads and banks, from exerting
undue influence in elections. The gov
ernor also proposes to do away en
tirely with the free pass system for
public officials and will accept none
BE8TTLT MT'ST BE DECLARED!.
Bat the Utah Elect! law Clashes wtth
tba State Caawtltattoaw
Salt Lake. Utah. Nov. 18. County
Attorney C O. Whittmore yesterday
handed down an opinion on the legal
status of the recent election. It de
clares the ballot was not a secret one
as defined by the provisions of the
constitution, which are mandatory and
prohibitory; therefore the election Itself
Is "absolutely Invalid, and is In fact
no election." The board of canvassers
Is advised, however, that it must per
form tts duty, which is merely minis
terial, and that the county clerk must
Issue the certificates of election
quired by law unless he Is prevented
from so doing by the Intervention of a
court of competent Jurisdiction.
The opinion was delivered to the
board of canvassers at Its meeting yes
terday afternoon and la In reply to a
resolution of the Lake county can'
Ing board to the effect that the legality
of the election had been brought Into
question, and asking that the duties of
the canvassing board be deflned.-
TABirr LEG I8XATIOK DDOMIU
af the Diagley Bill,
Washington, Nov. IA Senator Vest,
who arrived here yesterday, expressed
the opinion that It would be impossible
for the Republicans to pass the Dins;.
ley bill or any other tariff bill through
the senate at the forthcoming;
"I have no doubt," he said, "that the
Republican senators who voted with
the Democrats at the last
against the consideration of the Dinar-
ley bill with the possible exception of
carter will stand with ua again, aad
ii they ao there Is no possibility of
passing the btlL"
"Supposs the gold Democrats
" ae Bsc
are no more protectionists than arc the
sllrer Democrat a.
The aenntur feels no apprehension
over the prospects of his own election.
but says that with .Blackburn and
Voorfcees and pons' bly other silver Dem
ocrats practically beaten for re-election
he fears the silver men will have a
very narrow margin If any In the sen
ate during the Fifty-fifth congress.
WAS A COWMESUTIAL GLORIFICATION
Thaltath Aaaaal Banaae mt tba Xew
Tack C-haanber af Canaan n a.
New York. Nov. 18. The 128th an
nual banquet of the chamber of com
merce of the state of New York, which
waa held at Delmonlco'a. was the most
notable yearly gathering that has been
held by that great organisation. Con
sidered In view of the outcome of the na
tional election It might Justly be called
'commercial glorification" by the 4t
guests who at-1
y of the apeech-
members and the Sue
tended the dinner. Many
es were distinctly of a congratulatory
character and those who led the fight
against free coinage were given un-;
stinted praise. bile every mention of .
their names was greeted with ap-j
P U!f;..-. n '
Morton were unable to attend the ban-
quet, but they wmte letters which.'
when read, were received with wild
cheering. President Cleveland's letter
spoke approvina-ty of the business man
In politics as illustrated by the recent i
Waa la Ka Club Xaaard Bryaa.
Kansas City. Nov. 18. Hon. William
Urj an. in a statement printed in The
Times, urges the formation of clubs to
continue the fight for free silver during
the next four years. To avoid Jealous
ies that n-.lght arise he suggests that
such clubs refrain from naming them
after him. merely calling them a silver
or bimetallic club. "The cause." he
Ids. "is greater than any man, aad
will travel upon Its own merits."
rT Have a Clark.
Washington, Nov. 18. "Two members .
of the cabinet have been decided on I
by McKinley. On this statement you
promluent Jtepul.llcan. Headdcd: "They filler., of hills by which Orn
are Mark Hanna f.rt- secretary of tress-! M.- ,. ,...,.., i i. .
ury and Henry C. Payne, ef Wisconsin.'
-r postmaster general." j
Waaaniakrr Uat far the Senate. j
Philadelphia, Nov. 18. Ex-Postmas-1
ter General Jihn Wannmaker has nig-'
nified his willingness to be a candidate
for United States senator from Penn-.
sylvanla to succeed J. Donald Cameron,
whose term expires March 3. 1S97. '
SOME KENTUCKY BASH l-BAZOU KISM.
Flare hi the raited Ntate Where a failed
Mates Cittern Caat May.
Paducah, Ky., Nov. IS. Smith Torian.
colored, was brought here ycsterdiy from
Alton na, flf to -n inllea above here on the
Tennessee river. He is rid lied with buck
shot. He reports that about fifteen colored
people were cutting stare timber fer tho
Standard Oil company. About 8 o'clock
Monday nig;b a mob of about 100 men
s-.i rounded their hut and opened Are. At-
toona is in he Calvert City locality, whero
kill,!. Smith Toran Milton Clark John;
H-iyd ant Zena Jenkins were seriously.
shot with buckshot and Bve other ro-1
cclved Oesh wound. I
The men had been at work for the Stan-
. . . . .
dnnl Ml eninnony and the neirroes had
Iv.-en ordered to leave, but the foreman,
John Koclx-r. decided that thero waa no
d intrer. The men occupied nn old smoke
house and wete outaid i nboui 8:30 o'clock
St nlirht, when iho mob swooped down
and began tiring. Some of ths darkles
rnn off into tho woods, and others sought
refuge iniiidd the house with the foreman.
Tho mob then started to burn the house,
but tho foreman appeared and suod for
pence end the neurons were given twenty-
live minutes in which to le.jve.
The wounded were assistd to Stiles,
four miles aw;y, on foot, and two reached
the city on the early train. Xo effort hns
been miido to apprehend the meb or I s
loaders, as all the residents of that locality
seem to sanction the action. Not a negro
can be found In the locality now for miles
around. In the same place arveral years
ago a whole colored family wa killed, and
almost in tho an me place John Frenn waa
assassinated on Christmas eve, three years
NOT VERY SERIOUS FOR GEORGIA.
Three Yenng Bra Mortally Waaaded la a
' Swainsboro, Gn., Nov. IS. A serious
shooting affair occurred at McLeod's, a
station five miles below here on the
Stillmore road. Three young men were
mortally, wounded. Fells Roundtree
and two brothers, John and Law son
Sutton, had some words about a settle
ment at button'a gin- John Sutton
knocked Koundtree down with a piece
of Iron. Roundtree rose, drew his pis
tol and shot five times, missing: then,
drawing another, he fired five more
shots, mortally wounding twth the Sut
ton brothers. As he walked off some
one unknown shot him In the back,
mortally wounding him.
Method lt College rreeidrata.
Chicago. Nov. 18. Every Incoming
train at Evanston brought well-fed.
well-clthed.and prosperous looking In
dividuals all of dignified bearing adn
past middle life. They made their way
towards the Northwestern campus aad
inquired the whereabouts of Presi
dent Roger's office, where they were
.rented by Northwestern a chief execu
tive. They were the presidents of the
Methodist colleges and universities of
h T'nited States, who are assembling
.heir annual convention to discuss.
educational topics. - Twenty-seven
heads of Methodist institutions are te
be present at these sessions.
Star Patater Defeat ratekea.
Philadelphia, Nov. 11 After several
rTlns sFSK TrZTj
nessee pacing wonder with a record
of 2:02H and champion of the world
for mm puwwBiYe nemia, won w-w f
laurels yesteraay by defeating
Fntchen. that other king of the turf.
In three straight heats In a match race.
The time was 2-9. end 1:0.
Declare Bitterly CmKed ftalride.
Kansas City, Nov. IS. Mary K. Bitterly.
widow of August Bitterly, the wealthy old
fanner who was found d-nd in his home, '
near Leavenworth, Kan., several dava aaro. '
aad nhi waa thought t have been mar -
aarad. Is la this city. Mrs. Bitterly as.'
sorts that she Jeft Bitterly beeauss as was
and says fan fee snsssslSliif
Cm Oir fvr Mim hw aha. Cihnn
AS DtTOSSIBLE TASX IT TEOXT.
O eg Maaaal StaaT Paaerlb as the Way Is
Straagkalds Asa Vsotartad vttb Traae
Wall Aran Man SB
Whe Oa V
New Orleans, Nov. it. Captain
Armando Andre, one of the youngest
and bravest of Oeneral Marco's staff,
and Manuel M. Coronado, of Havana,
arrived here Raturday from, Cuba.
Cwrwdo he left Havana te save
fc-lm"lf. be having been summoned for
i rial en the charge or being la close
communication with the Insunrents,
and acting ns their scent. Three
charges were not true, thoorh mr
.,-rnpnthlea are with the people." said
"The Cubans are fighting for life.
"brtT or they Poeeeaa. and
"V " T. !L .
he flfchts hard. The outcome, I have
no doubt, will mean victory for the
Cuban arms. Further than that I do
not ear to speak."
Mar Baa taSS Well-Aland Men.
In an Interview In answer to ques
tions Captain Andre said: "General
Macro counts In the province of Plnar
del Rio some fO.oos men of all arms,
which are divided In groups of toe and
over, or less, as the case may be. and
whk-h operate each la one district, but
In constant communication with the
general headquarters of the main army.
Macro with his staff and perhaps .
men has his headquarters In the nil's
between San Cristobal and Cayabna.
The men are all well clothed and fed.
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w(,h md ,very , a ,,trnnlrn1(1.
The sides Of these hills, which rise often
to l 0 bov th
TOVerra w,ln XtacM. underbrush,
?' Janlgua : often In stretches by
"I" f"" and here and there pieces
of open land. The only way to get to
the top of the mountains Is by mule
paths, and on these no more than two
to four men can go.
rratceted by Mlara aad Trap.
"These places are all held by the Cu
bans, and are also protected by mines
and traps which are unknown to any
but the guides of the Cuban army.
Should the Spaniards succeed In get
ting to the top of any of the hills they
would have to pass over countless dy
namite mines, which are ready to be
set off by the pressing of a button. The
Spaniards have only on two occasions
managed to get half way up the hills.
Once was when General Suares Inclan
.tternpted It at Taro Taco, and am.th
er time when General 'Gansaleg
Vlinn. att..kl ( I at.
ittempt. wdmV in signaT de 7.U f or
. ; ln rm" m "f "P0"
of from one to five acres where Oeneral
Macro has established prefectures, and
Where Is cultivated truck farming, and
also where are our manufactories of
cartridges, power, dynamite and other
explosives; also our hospitals, and
these places It Is Impossible for the
Spaniards to reach without first de
stroying the Cuban army." Tn conrlu
slon Captain Andre said: "The sut Is
rising and every day It grows brighter.
I can plainly see In the no distant fut
ure a new republic on the American
continent, advanced, civil lied. In close
ties of friendship with this country.
Big Ballway Sale at Chirac.
Chicago, Nov. 18. W. Allen Butler, Jr.,
pnrcnasea trie Chicago and Northern Pa
eiile railway at master In chancery's anle
yesterday for himself and J. Edward Si
mons, Henry Bodge, Robert C. Martin,
Simon Stern. William Mertens and A.
8. Heldellach. The price bid was M
000.000. The effect of the sale Is to
place the Insolvent road and all Its
resources In norsrssion of the bond
holders committee. There Is a bonded
debt of $19,000,000 due Chicago for the
ground on which the station stands.
and SIM.000 owing to Edwaln A. Ab
bott and John A Stuart, trustees of
Wisconsin Central company.
Mast Appear airfare tk Tnrrlva Apaatlaa,
Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 18. Hon. Moses
Thatcher hns been orde ed to appear fur
trial tonus? row before the twelve apostles
of the Mirraou church for violation of
church dlsrlpline. The ease oristnaU-d
last year when Mr. Thatcher was a candl
data for the 1'nlted States senate, before
the people, wlthuat taking counsel with
the church authorities.
Jwmn K. Aaatry Te Ue Said,
Buffalo. N. T- Nov. 18. John R.
Gentry, the champion pacer, ss well as
the fastest harness performer In the
world, has been shlpprd to New York,
where he mill be sold at auction to
morrow. His owner. William Simpson,
bought him for t7.CO0 a year ago. and
refused tlS.Oes for him last summer.
Car Caaapaay Lay Bra fHT.
Detroit. Nov. 18. Many of the em
ployes of the Michigan Car company
state that all of the l.tst men employed
' at the works six weeks ago have been
I a on. xne numoer oi woraroen nav
Ing decreased, beginning last week.
The men had anticipated
work In the near future.
A may f tk
SL Louis. Nov. 18. The twenty-eighth
annual reunion of the Society of the
Army of the Tennessee will be held In
''ciTy toaeV ..Tomorrow Vt the
' - . . -..,,
Southern hotel. Wednesdsy evening
the annual address will be delivered by
General O. O. Howard-
StaOs Barred A antaat Tkeea,
Waihlnrtnn. Nov. 18. The
master general by fraud orders kai
barred the malts against Martin Brack-
man. George K, Dixon and Charles
Cook, of Cincinnati, and A. Hess, of
' Shelblna. Mo Nov. 18. Hon. R. P.
Giles, representative-elect from the
First Missouri district, died yesterday,
The funeral will be nM at falmyna
two ounce ba;, and two
coupons inside each four
ounce bag of Blackwcll's
Durham. Bu v a bair of
13 tli is celebrated tobacco
t and read the coupon
which gives a list of val-
uablc presents and Low
to get tlitm.
Caaa. Rlbo, Banacat.
taa Vlg' t Only.
Thursday Evening. Nov. 19
The Yoa si; Itotuaalic
And Pfukaanaw iVMapnrr,
la D.a Dr Ml k tfceait
fnl LaUor May,
THE LOST PARADISE,
Xo advance is prices,
"eats oa snla at B ean Jewelry stnrr.
Eatarday. Night, Nov. 21.
DEN MAN THOyPiON'3
THE OLD HOIIESTEAD.
Cadcr ths auui.seaMat of Frank
Tboaip.cn aa4 STllrlaa a-aralactoa.
Tkserifiad OI Boa -real Ueabla
tawtet. Be Wot Uaapsay f tl
Wonderful Electrical Effects.
Beau ea sals st Bleat Br. J nrehy stars.
THE MARKE'. .
Bew Terk PlnaaelaL
Ksw Tons, Nav. 17.
oney oa rati raey at .! par mtt.l
print mercnotil pawr TidA per rent.:
sterling exchaar was weak, wtth artnal
DttMneea la bauk-e-' bill, at Mta for
daman i and II4K1H for eixtr aaya;
atoi rates. (iCAUS aal iM Ats7i
BMrrtel billa. 4SJ.
tMlvar eertlflr-atea. sale. fll.0S. asu- bar
surer, uni: aaaicaa amiar.. aUW.
Luited Statn rorerameat brmls Sr-m:
4s regteteral. 119,; do cape. in, t'a rag
(eteret. IISM: do csnpani. IIS: 'e ragtaaai-
ea. i': ea. ooapoiM. uni r ralstsrsL 9bi
iwctae i i or wj. leit.
ChiongaOraia aad fredata.
Cstcaoe. Hot. IT.
Foilowtne wars tb anotattoa. n .ha
Board of Trade tolar: Wheat-Navetaber
oneaaJ aad elnal aaainal; Uaownbar. opened
Te. cleaaa 1"Hr; afar. e.-Ml SlWo.
v. Cora Nurani bee. opened aad cbwel
nominal; Usee mher.apea.l H:4 cloeel UH-
aiay. oaaaal SSa. eie.il JfTJ-!. Oata No
veuber. opaatd aad eloaad oaalnal: Dims
ber opaaad 14 5. claaal lSH"i May. eneael
eiHe. rloiad Bkaa. Pork baeaasbar. apeael
14.70. Hoeaa SaSO: Jaauarr. apan.it S7 70.
rloadt7SI. LarJ Daeaeaber. opeaen 9 tm.
rVwel 4.; Jaaaary. i lail fM OSn, eloead
Pro lean Batter : Extra eraannf y S9e aer
Th: ratra dairy. Ie; freak pa-fciay at oca.
fcarV-. tVrca FraJb ntazt. SI. r dea.
Poaltry Tarkeya, VT-i: par lb: cblekaai
rheaai. ttrt aprlag ebirkeaa. SkntsSs: raw
ter a, r;darlra. Si - geese. 14 Wia MlPoUr
toea Rsrbaeka. MU3mt ner ka: Bebron, SUA
c Sweat IKXate, UlUxMa, (lATnt f. per
but Hoaer White elever eaanlM. laaili
per lb4 estrwaal. tfj Apataa-Coeaasa
to faaoy. aa.lliJ per bbL
Cklaag Lira Ltea
Caicaoo, Her. 17.
Lira Sto-k P.-tr.. at ta (Jatoa Steel
yard, to lay rnngei aa folio era: Hor tteti
saatad raeaipti far tk day. snail: aalai
raaaws at .MJ aj i Bl UgkU
SlSidSS. reavh aackiag, tUlfi anises,
aad Sllt.S aaary paokiag aal ekipptaf
CattffaUasetel rsoMafa tor the ear.
T.fcw. snotattoaa ranged at S I11U aneuet
toestra aklnplsf ateera BLIisM' goal tt
cbaiea do, ktAJCbUS fair to gol. 81 TOLLS)
rooiawa to eaeahua do. SstitSi bntoaar.
ateera. as ha4 atstvr-kara. aiiSvl tl fealart.
81 rpl.aSeaera. ll.M It iwrfrc BLagaVn
belle, osea and staga. Tea a. alaara.
tSStLtJs ana a raawa, aad 4.aKn-.J
hlii mu ani T.k, Vrfia.tal - - -
tk day. UU: sales rangvd at l taU41
kae-Maathy. f9Tl Wild.'
kana. "ink as aasnas. Tax I
Caal loft, We.
falils Sai char, pay Her era fed M
Children Cry for
Many thousand dollars ;.
worth of valuable articles kl
buiudjc lor cunsinis
j gifts for tlie j-cun and Fi
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arc io oc fpvca to ti
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smoaicrsot LiiacK Cii 3 t
Qenuinc Durham To
bacco. You will Cnd
John II AIcLoairs
Without a single exception, there
if beyond doubt no greater or tnce
pormuur ncaejiajxT in the United
Stales than the Cincinnati Enquirer ;
or a mure successful iuMi4icr than
iu firoprictor, Mr. Juhn R. Mtlaran,
The old-time firictt for tlie Daily
Enquirer have been tnatntaincd. awl
iu circulation largely inrrcawt d rax It
year ; hard timet and chcajKT jour
nals failing to arrest its cnaatd manh
and high appreciation of the imbue
for its true a orlh and merit
The Weekly Enquirer at beginning
of the campaign year was offered at
50 cents a year, and iu circulation
increased by tlie addition cf over
too.ooo new subscribers; the roost
substantial and coveted ictitncmial a
publisher could desire.
When aaicd for the secret of such
success. Mr. McLean frankly answers:
The Enquirer has no opinions to force
upon iu patrons, it simply rinu the
facts and 1:11s the truth that the reader
tnay form bis own opinions. I!y
maintaining tlie ig-ite of the IaiT,
more news and greater variety can I
furnished, and every class of business
intcrcsu catered to, ahk.li a cheaper
journal cannot afford.
The very liber J support given the
Enquirer by the public at large, m.ikes
it incumlcrit tition the management
to serve it faithfully with teal and en
terprise in minor matters as well as
those of greater tuagnitudc.
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