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collar and sleeves finished with nar
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" fancy stripes or checks, round yoko,
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. narrow lace edging.
. At 11.60 gowns of fancy striped flan
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NELIOII, 'Neb., Nov. 8. (Special Tolc
Kram.)Antelopo county conipleto gives
McKlriloy. 1,342; .Dryan, 1,353; Dietrich,
1,267;. Toynter, 1,378; congressman, Hays.
1,243;' hoblnson, t,3ti; slato senator, A. W.
Ladd, republican, 1,209; Christ Weber,
fusion, 1,315; representative, Stockwell,
fusion; elected by 93 majority.
Iloz Unite County.
ALLIANCE!, Neb., Nov. 8. (Special Tel
egram.) Box Dutto county compUto gives
McKlnley 707, Bryan, 494; Dietrich, 584;
l'oynter, 529. Congressman, Ktnkald, 421;
Nevlllo, 445. Preference for senator.
Rosewater, Stato Senator, VanDosklrk
(republican), 684; Hayward (fusion), 493.
Representative, C. O. Fisher (republican),
695; Coffee (fusion) 191.
HARTINQTON, Neb.. Nov. 8. (Special
Telogram.) Cedar county, ofllclal, count,
gives: McKlnley, 1,430; Dryan, l,f63; Poyn
ter.;. 1.676; 'Pletrlch, L311;N Hayes, 1,314;
Robinson', 1,607. Legislature, Drown, 1,327;
Zlefller.' 1,600; Duel. 1,408; Watson,- 1,450.
Cheyenne County. '
SIDNEY, Neb,,-Nov. 8. (Special Tole
gram.j Cheyenne county conipleto gives
McKlnley 716; Dryan, 511; Dietrich, 656;
Poynter, 478; Savage, 663; Gilbert, 450;
Marsh,; 078; Svoboda. 460; Weston, 670;
Orless, '442 Stucfer. '671; Howard, 445;
Fowler, 667; Deck, 446; Prout, 673; Old
ham, 455; Foltnicr, 677; Corey, 443; Klnkald,
636; Neville, 473. Preference for senator,
Itosewater, 381. .Stato senator, Owens, 661;
Graham, 609. Representative, Evans, 614;
CHAPPFLL, Neb., Nov. 8.-(SpeclaI Telo
gram.),Douel, county complete gives Mc
Klnley. 402! Dryan, 241; Dietrich. 357;
FoyntcY, 254; congressman, Klnkald, 345;
Neville, 253. Prcferenco for senator, Robo
water, 188; Hitchcock, 35; Allen, 23;
Thompson, .8. State senator, Owens (rep,),
331; Orn ham (fus.), 282; reprcsontadvo,
Evans (rep.), 335; Heed (fus.), 241.
GENEVA. Neb., Nov. 8. (Special Telo
gtsrn.) Fillmore county comploto gives
MtiKlnley, 1,883; Dryan, 1,860; Dietrich,
1,178; Ppyntc'r, 1.858; congressman, Pope,
1,698; Stark, 1,806; preference for senator,
Rf sewa or, 4"7; sta'o sens or, Harlan, 1,751;
representative, Keckloy, 1.S35; fuslm rep-
rfentstve.-. Fowler, l.StO; Sjvnrts, 1,"33'
repuntl.can. Cooksey, 1,841; Anderson, 1.83ft.
QRAD ISLAND, Nov. 8. Special Tell
gram.) Hall county, official and complete,
gives Rryatf 1,760; McKlnloy, 2,018; Wool
ley, 42; Darker, 19; Debs, 21; Poynter,
1.773; Dietrich. 1,921; Jones, 63; Flick, 14',
Karas. 23; Gilbert, 1,709; Savage, 1,909,
Svoboda. 1,693; Marsh, 1,041; Orless, 1,702;
Weston, 1,031; Howard, 1,708; Stuefor,
1,934; Deck, 1,835; Fowler, 1,933; Oldham,
1,738; Prout, 1,935; Carey, '1,722; Follmer.
1,945; Shallenbarer, 1.764; Morlan, 1.944;
Thompfon, 8. State senator, Owens (rep.),
the legislature and Woolstenholm, senutor
for Hal) and Howard.
. Hooker County.
MULLEN, Neb., Nov. 8. (Special.) The
full and correct returns from Hookor
ccunty, as will bo shown by ofllclal ro
turns, oro as follows: Oovornor, Poynter,
41; Dietrich, 32. Lieutenant governcr, Gil
bert, 36; Savago, 36. Secretary of stato.
Svoboda, 38; Marsh, 36, Auditor, Oroen, 3S;
Westcn, 33. Treasurer, Howard,' 3T;
Stuefer,34. Suprrlntondent, Deck. 33; Fow
ler, 24. Attorney general, Oldhim, 3j);
Prout, it, Comt)ilss.loner, Cnrey, 35; Fall
man, 32, Sta,te senator, Thirtieth district.
E. D. Owens (rep.),. 35; Graham (dom-pop.),
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30. Iteprescntatlvc, Forty-ninth district.
E. II. Fish (rep.), 37; Poter Dahlstern, 29.
I residential electors, for Dryan, 43; Mc-
Klnley, 37. Congressman, Sixth district
M' KlBkttW ("P-). 32! William Nevlllo
FA1RBURY, Neb., Nov. 8. (Special Tclo-
,grani.) Jeffer-ion county complete, gives j
aiCKimey l.guz: uryan, i.ua,; uieincu,
1.769; l'oynter, 1.CC0; congressman, Pope,
1.718; Stnrk, 1,045; preference for senator,
Itosewater. C09, state senator, Bteolo, 1,845;
Johnson, 1,490 representative, Mendonbaii,
1,819; Robinson, 1,533.
1 Ik Count.
OSCEOLA, Nob., Nov. 8. (Special Tola
grum.) Pclk county voto: McKlnley, 1,032'
Dryan, 1..175; Dietrich. 021; Poynter, 1,382,
rope, 933; Stark, 1,389. ,
l'lntte Count r.
COLUMBUS, Neb., Nov. 8. (Special Tel
egram.) PUtt county complete, official:
McKlnley, 1,010; Dryan, 2,317; Dietrich,
1.510; Poynter,, 2,108; Gilbert, 2,092; Sav-
ago, nays, 1,471; uooinson, s,vn. too
domocrats elect legislative ticket, also
HAURISON, Nob., Nov. . (Special Tel
egram.) Sioux county complete gives Mc
Klnley 199, Dryan, 249; Dietrich, 182;
Poynter, 249, Klnkald, 177; Neville, 241;
Savage, 175; Gilbert. 243; VanDosklrk, 174;
Haywanl, 244; Fisher, 144; Coffee, 259.
M. J. O'Connell, republican county attor
ney, wns elected.
PENDER, Neb., Nov. 8. (Special Telo
gram.) Tbo qfllclal count of Thurston
county gives: McKlnley, 804; Dryan, 656;
Dietrich, 723; Poynter, 637; Savage, 73S;
Gilbert, 622; Marsh, 746; Svoboda, 615; Wes
ton, 753; Orlers, 621; Stucfer, 747; Howard,
062; Fowler. 761; Deck, 648; Prout, 766;
Oldham, 643; Follmcr, 742; Carey, 629.
For congress, Hays, 725; Robinson, 694.
Preference for United States senator, Roso-
watcr, 246, Stato senator, John II. Drown
(rep.), 743; Thomas F. Belgler (fus.), .'
Representative, Gust Anderson (rep.), 693;
fusion mark on Murray, 628.
ORD, N.ob.,t Nov. 8 (Special Telegram.)
Valey county) complete .gives McKlnloy 803;
Dryan, 857; Dldtrlch. 761; Poynter, 812; con
greismin, Klnkald, 718; Nevlllo, 789; pref
erence for United States senator, Rose
water, 112 over af; for state senator, Cur
rle, republican, 788; Whitney, fusion, 815;
representative, Wall, republican, 701; Ollls,
ERICSON, Neb., Nov. 8. (Speqlal Tele
grniu.) Wheeler county entire gives Mc
Klnloy fS7: Dryan, 180; Dietrich, 133; Poyn
ter, 183. Congressman, Klnkald, 120; Ne
ville 185. Indications favor Peter Dabl
sten, 'fusion, 191; Fish, republican, 117, for
state legislature; Campboll, fusion, 187;
Robertson, republican, for state senator.
WAYNE, Nob., Nov. 8. (Spoclal Tele
gram.) The corrected ofllclal count of
Woyno county gives 'the following repub
lican majorities: McKlnley, 290; Dietrich,
176; Savage, 202, Marsh, 208; Weston, 204;
Stuefer. 172; Fowler, 204; Prout, 102; Poi
Attnmrti-d Murder mid Suicide.
, nt'HOlS. In. Nov. 8.-aeor-o M. Hnr1
Injr, a well known citizen of ReynoldsvlUo,
todav nttumnteil trl kill hU wir
commit fed inilctdo bv blowing hU bralnq
nut. . The wife probably will recover. The
f!dpM?v. I?p' tofr J J" ffit
Hde'lty. He took their two small chl'd-en
to th home of his parents whore h went
to Mve Mn, Ilnrrilut went to thp home
of hor jinrents. Hnnllnc cal'ed on his wife
at her parents' homo today and when -Uie
mnde bor nppenrnnce he threw Ws arm
around her nml tired n hiillrt Inin hr hrnt
Ho then turned the wf-npnn anil blew hh
own brains nut, his body falling boaltlo his
ftairPronellfil Life But
MARQUETTE, Mich., Nov. 8.-A Ilfefcnat
propelled by n twolvo-horso-power pa
engine was riven u severe test In the
heavy northerly istorm todav. It ran out
Into the open lake In the teeth or a flfty
mllo northerly gale at tho rate of six miles
an hour and wns handled with entire cuc
erpi. An oar propcllel boat wnu'd not hive
bt en rtble to rnuml tho brea'cers. Captain
Clenry of the Mrtrqiiotte tatlon w'! repo t
In. tho government on' the trial and it Is
ne'ieved ttiat the adoption , of th englno
ii bcucrai urc in 1IFII"H13 will IO. OW,
Xejrro .Ituide ril Ulectrofiitrd.
COI. I'VBt'B. O V v f) niPi.,l rinr.i
ner. noxrrn. wnt toAmft tt In v,n c n -
of the nen'tentlary nt 13-OG n, tn. (la'dner
win tjonvicicii ni ino murur or tittle Ethel
lone Ht Atictln on. Mnv.22 Innt. H nrn
tested hi" Innocence until tbo-it two we' s
nco when h" mmlo n prtnfo inn. Tim ntmi
had been sent to a sprlnr to get some wa'e-
wnen unrulier sirucK nr upon tnc bed
with nn run bar und nfter assaulting nor,
VUV IICI lllilill,
Motnriur-u Wnnt Sontu,
PRNSACOLA. F'a., Nov, 8r-No cleotrlq
car hnt been run hero nlnco 11 o'clock thN
mnmtnp.. tbe motormii' un,l mmliintn u
bnvlnir gone out on n strike on arcount of
inn romnany rerusini; to ni'ow molorm
iu unu pcuic .mi inr u-ir piTTioT-ni,
to ciriiF, a coi.n ii; of. hay
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets. All
drugglsis refund the mrnoy If it falls to
cure. E. W. drove's signature Is ou each
VAN WYCR ON HIS DEFENSE
Major of Greater New York Answers Gov
ernor's Impeachment Ohargcs.
EXPLAINS HIS CONNECTION WITH ICETRUST
I.rntctlir llenly tu Iloosevcll Chnraes
In IVliloli n Confession In Avolil
nnce In Kiitcreil liy Tniit
iiiimy'n Jill JOT'
NEW YORK, Nov. 8. Tho World tomor
row .will print tbo full text of Mayor Van
Wyclt's answer to tho charges In tho mat
ter of tho American Ico codipany. Iho an
swer Is addressed to Theodoro Roosevelt,
governor of tho Btato of Now York. In his
reply tho mayor says that It 1b an auswor
to tho charges pruferrtd against htm by
David Ferguson und Louis Bouthwurth. He
soya that ho doe3 not ow'ii any stuck in
any Ico company and thot ho has nu dU'ect
or Indirect interest in any such company.
Ho continues ns follows:
"Upon April 11, 1STJ9, I bought from C. W.
Morso 6,000 shares of tho stock of the
American Ico company for $250,000, which
was tho fair market value theroof, of which
sum I paid J50.C0O In cash by thrco checks
and I gavo ihrco promissory notes for tho
balance, one for JiO.000 and two for $75,000
each. The stock was IsHUtd to mo and by
mo delivered to Mr. Morso as collateral
security for the notes. Subsequently tho
notes and collateral wcro transferred to
certain banks. They wcro renowed from
tlmo to tlmo, tbo Interest being paid by
mo Finally tho notes were paid In full
by rae, with Interest, out of tho proceeds
of tho stock as hereinafter stated. I had
been a stockholder in the Knickerbocker
Ico company of Malno long previous to
Aorll 11. 1899. und had paid for my stocu
therein $45,000, which was tho fair market
valuo thereof. I received n printed cir
cular about May, 18SD, from tho American
Ice company, ottering to exchaugo their
stock, share for shire, for Knickerbocker
stock and I mado such exchange. My en
tire holding of tho ico stock has ocen sold
In tho open market on the New York Stock
exchango In various lots lor 5Z8i.3iu.i6. i
paid for tho slock $293,000."
Long Tlmo Finding Out.
Tho mavor then goes on to say that
when ho was served with Justice Gaynor's
order7 In tho latter part of May ho did
own 5,800 Bbarcs of stock of the American
Ice company, and that his attention was
for tho llrst tlmo In the latter part of May
called to tho fact that tho American Ice
company had contracts with tho city to
supply Ico and that ho owned stock in tho
Knickerbocker cdmpnny, which had leased
docks from tho city. Until that tlmo ho
bad no knowledgo that tho American Ico
company or tbo Knickerbocker Ico com
pany of Malno over did or ever would have
any contract'' or other relation with tho
city or that tho Consolidated Ico company
had nny leases with tho city; that when
advised of the facts ho began to sell his
stock and continued to sell until Juno 2S,
1900. when tho last stock was sold. From
the proceeds of tuo sales oi tno siock mo
mayor says that tho notes for $200,000
given by him upon tho purchaso of tho
5,000 shares of the American Ice, company's
stock were paid la full with interest at. C
per cent and that slnco the 28th day of
Juno, 1900, ho has not had any Interest,
direct- or indirect, In any ico company as
stockholder or otherwise, that for all stock
ho paid tho fair market value and that he
dl'd not receive any jf It as a' gift or upon
a,, nominal consideration. ,
Tho mayor then tokca up tuo iniru
charge,, which Is to tho effect that he be
came unlawfully Interested in contracts
with tho city. In his answer ho says that
tbeso contracts were mado by the heads
ff administrative deprrtmcnta without' his
knowledge, pursuant to tho provisions of
tho charter which authorized them to do
this. He adds that he first became a stock
holder (n tho American Ico company April
11, 1S99, at which tlmo 6ald company una
no contracts witn tne city oi any mua
whatever. He was first Informed -about
tho end of May that contracts had been
made in January, 1900, with tho American
Ice company for tho supply ot Ice to the
city of New York. He says that although
he had a right to continue to bold said
Block, ho immediately 'commenced to sell
it and that be had sold all of his stock
by Juno 28, 1900.
Debate the Law.
The mayor next takes up' tho provisions
ot section 1533 of tbe charter, which pro
hibits a city officer from being lntorested
In city contracts, aid says that If any in
direct Interest In tho contracts of the
American Ice. company . was acquired by
him It was not within tho meaning oi this
statute becauso It was devolved upon him
by law and It wns not knowingly acquired
He says that many months after he
bought his stock the contracts woro mad.
without his kpowledgo, nnd without any
volition on his part and that his holding
of the stock could not be turned Into a
crlmo by tho acts of otbor' porsons over
whom be bad np control and of whoso acts
ho was Ignorant.
Mayor Van Wyck next takes up tho con
sldoratlon of the capitalization, of tho
American Ico company. He says that tho
practical and accepted construction of tbo
section of the charter referred to for up
wards of fifty' years has been that a stock
holder In a corporation having contracts
with the city does not havo a direct or
Indirect Interest, In such contracts by
reason of his ownership of a minority of
tho stock. He goes ou to explain that the
American Ico company had in 1899 out
standing contracts amounting to $30,000,000
divided Into 800,000 shares of $100 each
Mayor Van Wyck then sayshe has been
Informed that during tho ndrainlstrotlpu
cf Mayor William L. Strong ho was a stock
holder In tho Central National bank nnd
that such bank mado contracts with tho
city fur tho deposit of city funds In raid
bank and tho paymont of Interest thereon
pursuant to . tbe designation of a board
of which tho mayor wao a member. Mayor
Van Wyck says that ho has also been in
formed that Mayor Strong was a stock
holder rnd trustee In tho New York So
curlty and Trust company and that bucIi
company also mnde slmilnr contracts with
tho city In addition, Mayor Van Wyck
says that Mayor Strong was n director
and stockholder In tho New York, Lako
Erie & Western railroad and that this rail
road company hofU thirty franchises and
dock privileges In tho city of Now York
Ho also explained that Mayor Strong was
a 'director In and chairman of tho build
Ing commltteo of tho New York Llfo In
surance company, from which the city took
n leaso of nine1 rooms In their bulldlnu
(cr three years front November 1, 1897.
disc ot Illril t). Coler.
Mayor Van Wyck next takes up the dls
cucslon of tho charges that tho present
comptroller of the city, Mr, Coler, during
hU term has publicly Btatod that ho owned
stock In tbo City Trust company, which
has a contract with the city regarding the
depcslt of tho city funds. Mayor Van Wyck
iiya that he has boon informed that ex
Judgo Dillon says that said charter pro
vision was not applicable to such owner
ship. Next Mayor Van Wyck dlspusses In a
similar fashion tho charges against Wood
bury Langdon, a member of the Rapid
Transit Railroad commission. Ha says
that he has been Informed that Woodbury
Langdon was a stockholder In tho Cen
la tral Syndlcato uuiiaing company ana tnat
this building company leased rooms to tho
Rapid Transit Railroad commission.
Mayor Van Wyck says that In 1896, while
William U. Grace Was mayor, ho wns n
tockholder In the Commercial National
bank and that this bank had a contract
with tho city for tho deposit of city funds,
Ho snys thai he has also been informed
that Mayor Magulro of Syracuse is a stock
holder In a corporation called the Courier
Publishing company, which has dealings
with that city, and that In a proceeding
before tho attorney general seeking his
removal becauso ot such ownership the at
torney general dismissed tho proceedings,
DenlcM the Dook.Clinrite,
The mayor's answer to tho second charge
thut ho became unlawfully Interested In
dock and wharf leases or privileges deals
with the grants of land under water made
to the Knickerbocker Ico company. He
says they were mado long prior to Janu
ary 1, 1898, When he took ofllco nnd that
nicy woro simpiy aiiowou to continue, jio
denies approving dock leases and says
that the Consolidated Ico company had
ess dock privileges slnco March 10, 1899,
than they had when ho assumed tho ofllco
of mayoi on Janunry 1, 1S93. Ho claims
that tho so-called "Ico, trust" has not been
favored, and says that ho did not know
and never had any Information that any
cases ot tho Consolidated Ice company
would becomo tho property of tho Ameri
can Ico company. -Ho claims that tho al
legations contained In tho charge to tli
effect that tho Knickerbocker Ic,u campanv
of Malno, together with tho Consolidated
Ico company of Malno, wcro about to be
come merged In tho American Ico company
of New Jorsey In tho year 1898, wcro not
known or understood by him, nnd that he
had no knowledgo or Information ot any'
merger until ho received tho. printed cir
cular offering to Exchange stock.
The mayor says that ho is not guilty
of tho four charges mado ngalnnt him, which
Is malfeasance in 'office, In creating and
maintaining a monopoly, that ho did not
encourage monopoly and explains that'
facts regarding tho dealings of tho dock
departments aro clearly presented In the
evidence of J. Sergeant Cram and Charles
F. Murphy, dock commissioners, in tho
proceedings beforo Justico Gaynor. Ho
snys that tbcro are many docks and
wharves owned by private persons and that
a monopoly of such docks and wharves for
loading ico is practically an Impossibility.
Ho claims that ho nover In any way In
fluenced tho action of tho dock commis
sioners as to leases or privileges to per
sons In tho Ice business and never In any
way sought 'to prevent tho corapetltlors ot
tho American Ico company or Its allies from
gaining such privileges. He also cmphatl
cally denies tho charges that the American
Ico company received esceptlonal privileges,
Junt n Social Visit.
Mayor Van Wyck next takes un the
charges that ho visited Malno to inspect
ico plnnts and property of tho American
Ico company. He says that ho did go to
Malno to make a social visit and that while
patslng In the steamers on tho Kennebec
and Penobscot rivers, ho the exterior of
tho Ico houses, but did not examlno them
In any way.
Taking up tho charges that he ouht to
have taken ninn in nrovini nuni.i.
" , 1 .11, u. ).uutBI b.JU
alleged violations ot tho antl-mononolv
laws, he says that ho was not awaro that
any porsono fworp engaged in any plan to
treato a monopoly In tho production or sale
of ice. Ho discusses the power of tho
mayors omco and says that they aro not
adapted to tho effectual enforcement of
the anti-monopoly statute, which requires
proceedings to lie conducted by tho attor
ney general or tho district attorney.
in a geberal answer to all charges, ho
says that each and every ono of tho charges
m una nrq. unnuaiineaiy fulse. Ho claims
that therenovor wus any arranznmont.
combination, understanding or conspiracy
to procure Ills official or" Individual In
lluenco for tho bonefjt of the American Ico
company or Its friends', or for the boncflt
of any other ico company. In regard to
tho advanced prlco of Ice from 30 to 60
cents per 100 pounds, or any other advance,
ho says that ho was not In any way co'c-
nlzabt thereof and that ho did not know of
tno advance until ho saw It In tho news-
ninincN u Newspaper.
In conclusion, the mayor claims that tho
charges against blm, although In form mado
by Ferguson and Southworth, oro really In
stigated by tho Now York World nnd that
be lfl Informed that Ferguson and Sooth
worth aro reporters on that newspaper. The
mayor explains In this connection the
charges made against him In a proceeding
beforo Justico Gaynor and says that the
World and its counsel at that time ex
amined several witnesses,, including him
solf, and that they produced no evldenco
which showed or intended to show that he
waB cognizant of, concerned or connected
with any plan, arrangement or conspiracy
to create or maintain a monopoly In tbe
Ico business or to advanco tho price ot Ice
or restrict competition.
IMIsa Emily Davtes.
FREMONT, Neb., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Miss Emily Davles, principal of one of tho
city schools at Cheyenne, Wyo.', died attha
residence of her mother In this city yes
tcrday afternoon of mountain fever, at the
ago of 37. Miss Davles graduated7 from the
High school in this city and taught here
for several years as assistant In tho High
school. In 1892 she wont to Cheyocno to
accept a position as principal of ono of
the laigcst public schools In tbu city, re
malnlng there ever bIucc, ranking as one
of the best teachers In the state and tak
ing a prominent part in all branches ot
educational work. She was a member of
tho Daptlst church and a leader In church
work. Sho was taken sick with fever
about a month ago and as soon as possi
ble removed to her homo here and had
nearly recovered When she suffered a re
lapse and died quite suddenly. Her
mother, Mrs. Mary Davles, two brothers
Dr. Will'am Davles of this city and Dr.
Rupert Davles of Arlington, and two Bis
tors, Mrs. Charles Marshall and Miss
Glcndora Davles, a teacher In the city
schools, survive her.
Urn, Fred C. Hill.
Mrs. Fred. C. Hill, nco Sara Margaret
Daum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Daum, died yesterday after a very brief
illness. Her death resulted from an op
oration performed Tuesday morning and
from which no serious results had been
anticipated. Tho shock to Mrs. Hill's sys
tern proved, however, too great and she
was unablo to recuperate. Mrs. Hill was
a sister ot Mr. J. E. Daum and Mr. David
Daum of tho Daum Iron company, with
which company Mr. Hill is associated as
credit man. Sho leaves ono child, L little
daughter but a fow months old, nnd a host
ot friends to mourn hor sqdden death.
Dr. Jee W. II rook.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., Nov. 8. Dr.
Jesse W. Drock died today, nged 70 yoara
Ho was born In Flushing, 0 and during
the civil war served tn tho Stxtytslxth
Ohio volunteers. He was In tho Army of
ho I'otomao and Cumberland and with
Sherman, through tho Atlanta campaign
Dr. Drock was presont at the battles of
Winchester, Antletam and Gettysburg.
Home from the Klondike,
RAPID CITY, S. D., Nov. 8. (Special,)
Mrs. J. S. Gantz has returned home to this
city from an extended trip to tho Klondike
and Cape Nome. Sho has been absent
over two years; in which time she ha
been to many of tbe principal northern min
ing camps She has- mado a good fortune
from mining properties and will remain
in this city.
ORDERS FROM WASHINGTON
Ilnnkft Are Ordered to lleln l!iiftltieM
and Iliirnl Free Delivery
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Special Agent Jenkins, who has
been In cbnrgo ot tbe Pino Rldgo, S. D In
dian agoncy, has arrived here. Ho says
affairs of the agency ore In excellent condi
tion and no troublo need bo apprehended
from tho Indiana nt that place.
Tbo comptroller's certificate authorizing
tho First National bank ot Mclvln, Ia to
begin business was issued today. Capital.
$25,000. Frank Locke, peslilenl, nnd E. 11.
Townsenu, casnicr. '
Tho Citizens National bank of Dcs Moines
nnd tho Continental National bank ot Chi
cago were today approved as reserve agonts
for tho First National bank of Pleasantvllle,
la. Also Corn Exchaugo National bank of
Chicago for tho Anamosa (la.)' National
Rural frco delivery hns been ordered es
tablished at Maxwell, Io. Service will cm
braco nn area of thirty square miles with n
population of 085. A. II. McNcall Is np
polnd cnrrlcr Also nddlllonnl servlco nt
Doonc, la., covering thirty-seven squaro
rolloH with n population of 018. W. E. Means
Is appointed carrier. Chester E. Sheldon,
Carl W. Decker and Vivian A. Llndmann
have been appointed regular carriers and
Arthur C. Walker substltuto carrier in tuo
poBtofflce at Charles City, la. '
David E. Evnns wan today npppolnted
postmaster nt Goodwill, Roberts county, S.
D., and Charles McLaughlin nt Scott, Doug
las county, S. D.
FIRST COLD WAVE COMES
Marked Fall In Trninerntnre lie-
corded Over Mld'dlc WeNtern
nnd .Northwestern Stutca
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Tho weather
bureau Issues the following bulletin:
Tho firstrwcll marked cold wave of tho
season covers the mlddlo western and
northwestern states with u minimum tem
perature of 13 degrees abovo zero nt Hu
ron, S. D. Frcozlng weathor Is reported
in southern Kansas and southern Missouri
and snow has fallen nu far south as the
Ohio river. Tonight tho lino of freezing
temperature will extend over Arkansas nnd
Tennessee and heavy frosts will occur In
tho central and north parts ot tho middle
and cast gulf end South Atlantic state.
excepting Florida.! In tho Atlantic coast
states from Virginia northward tho temper
ature will bo much lower Friday and snow
flurries will occur from the lower lnko ro
glons and upper Ohio valley ovcrtho north
Atlantic states. The tcmpcraturo will con
tinue low for tho season over tho easte-n
part of the country Saturday, but will mod
erate rnpldly, with rain In tho gulf and
southwestern states during Friday nlghi
and Saturday. WILLIS L. MOORE,
Chief of tho Weather Dureau.
STOP THREATENED RACE WAR
Prompt Action of .it 1 1 It tn and Cltlxcnn
IlentorcN Order In renii-
WASHINGTON, Pa., Nov. 8. After a
night ot excitement over p. threatened con-
llict between negroes nnd whites qulot
prevails this morning and through the
prompt action of tho town authorities.
aided by tho members of Company II, Tenth
Pennsylvania volunteers, a race riot was
avoided. Tho troublo started on Tuesday
night over tho election and tho fighting
was kept up for a largo part ot tbo night
nnd all of yesterday. There wero numer
ous encounters between tho negroes and
whites and sovcral persons were seriously
Injured. Fearing a serious' outbreak, n
largo number of extra policemen wcro
sworn in and these, with squads of the
Tenth regiment, patrolled the streets until
daylight. A dozen arrests were mado and
warrants are out for many more. This
morning the excitement has died down and
unless' there aro more assaults no further
troublo Is apprehended. Tho outbreak, It
Is said, was instigated by negroes recently
brought from tho south by contracting
MOORS MUST PAY THE CLAIM
United States Coimul Gunners at
Tauu-lera ! Instructed to Col
lect the Indemnity.
WASHINGTON, Nov. S. Tho Instructions
ot the. Stato department to United States
Con ul Gunners, at Tanglcrs, under wbl.h ho
acted yestorday, were to collect an indem
nity from tho Moorish government for the
murder of Marcus Essagln, a naturalized
American citizen, who was killed about a
year ago by a mob. Essagin becamo In
volved In an altercation with a. Moor
against whom ho had accidentally run,
when a crowd 'of tho Moor's comrades fell
upon him and beat him to death. The
Moorish government disclaimed responsi
bility. for mob violence of this kind, but the
United States government contended that
the Moorish government had fallod In Its
obligations In declining to tako 'any steps
to punish the perpetrators of tbo crime,
Mr. Gunners is directed again to present
tho case, with an urgont request for set
tlement. It bo bappons that the big battleship
Kentucky is making its way through tho
Mediterranean to Manila, and It It touches
at a Moorish port, as it would bo very
likely to ,do, Its prcsonce may have a
Donenctauencci in stimulating action upon
the consul's demand.
Changes at WniililnKton University.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Very Rev. Peter
Franclscus, for several years superior of the
Holy Cross collego, afAUatod with the
Catholic University ot America, has received
bio commission as procurator general of
tbat order, with headquarters at Notro
Dame, Ind. Rev.. Father James Durns of
Indiana has been appointed to succeed him
The sisters of Notro Da mo opened Trinity
college for tbo higher education ot women
near the Catbollo university yesterday, but
tbostructure will not be formally dedicated
until tho last part of this mouth,
Ontlluc of I'oslinaster's Iteport.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Postmaster
General Emory Smith In his forthcoming
annual report will again call tho attention
of congress to tho abuses of the second
class matf matter privileges and will renew
In vigorous languago his former recom
mcndaitlons tor legislation looking to the
abolition of theso abuses, Mr. Smith will
review the subject nt considerable length,
pointing out tho vast losses tho govern
ment sustains through the present prac
tices. Another featuro ot tbo report will
bo tho review of tho growth of tho rural
free delivery system in all parts of the
United 'States and tho postmaster general
will tako strong grounds In favor ot Its
Bailors at Munllu to lie Relieved.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. To guard against
tho effect of prolonged exposure In tho
Philippines the Navy department Is scud
Ing out another draft of COO men to relievo
sullori on tho ships now at Manila. Theso
men leavo on tbe Buffalo on tho first
proximo, meeting the Hartford and tho
Alliance at Trinidad and exchanging some
of the landsmen on those ships for the
Dewey Moves Ills llcllcs,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Admiral Dewey
has removed hit. collection of gifts, which
have occupied the Vnost prominent place. In
tbe Hall of American History, In the Na
tional museum, to his homo In Ilhodo
Island avenue. Tho collection has assumed
very large proportions, representing
thousands of dollars In money value, being
almost dally added to by some admirer of
tho great sailor. It was placed In the
museum tor tho double pttrposo of sharing
Its beauty with tho public and (giving houor
to tho donor, showing the hospitality of
our great cities, as well as from tho ad
miral's private friends.
ninttHi In Wyonilnur.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Tho Indian bu
reau has received a telegram from tho
Shoshone agency, In Wyoming, announcing
that smallpox has broken out at Lander,
near tho Indian reservation. Vaccine virus
for 1,700 persons, which tho ngent asks
to havo dispatched him immediately, has
Ht. Mletinel It i sr n t Ion Deduced.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Tho secretary
' U'nr. lin.lnr tin nrilnr nf thn nrpsldeilt.
has determined that all lands lying beyond
radius of ten miles from tho flagstaff at
. Michael, Alaska, be turntd over to Un
people When this reservation wns llrst
ireatcd It had a radius of 100 miles.
I'nnnlntlnn of ainssnHnmi'tti,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Tho population
of tho state of Massachusetts ns olllclnlly
announced by tho census bureau Is 2,80.",
21C, as against 2,238,043 In 1S90. This Is an
Increase of 500,403, or 25.2 per cent.
I'oNtnlltees llnlsed One (Muss,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. The pnstodices
at Atchison, Neb., nnd Parkvlllc, Mo., havo
been advanced from tho fourth to the third
SERENADE FOR ROOSEVELT
.Vvlcliliors of Vice I'rrsldent-EIect Call
on Dim nml Ettend Cnn
NEW YORK. Nov. S. Four hundred
neighbors and" friends of Governor Rooso
volt serenaded him nt Oyster Day tonight.
Tho villagers marched to' tho governor's
rosldcncc, escorted by 200 mounted men, nnd
In tho procession woro fifty wagons dec
orated with bunting. '
Tho governor spoko briefly, thanking tho
pcdVlo for tho demonstration. Ho said ho
believed tbo olovatlon of McKlnloy mado
it certain there would bo four years ot
great prosperity to the country and ho be
lieved tho country wns entering upon a
golden em that would eclipse any period In
Its history. He declarod that dnngerous
fallacies had been laid to rest by tho em
phatic voto of tho people and that which
four years ago was only stunned had now
Ono of tho telegrams which camo to tho
governor today was from President Harper
of the Chicago university. It read:
"Accopt my personal congratulations and
best wishes. I havo never been ho happy
Another was from Soth Dulllck, whom
tho governor described as "ono of tho best
known cowboys In tho west." It read:
"South Dakota 15,000 republican. Petti-
grow is now a maverick."
FAIRBANKS FOR PRESIDENT
Indiana Dcpiilillcnns Tuns Early An
nounce Their Choice (or Four
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 8. Indiana repub
lican leaders will urgo Senator Fairbanks
for tho presidency In 1904. Leading demo
crats favor tho reorganization of tho dem
ocratic party with tho letiromcnt of Wil
liam J. Dryan from tho leadership and a
different management of tho party from
that of tho ,jast, few years. , Ilill.i Olney
and Dattlson 'aro suggested as candidates
for tho presidency tour years hence.
Chairman Martin of tho democratic state
commltteo was today appointed by Gov
ernor Mount to, succeed Thomas Dusklrk
(elected Judge) on tho state tax board.
Samuel E. Morso, proprietor of tho Sen
tinel, says, ho has no doubt that tho real
democrats seo the necpsslty ef getting to
tjclhcr nnd mnklng a linltod, struggle to
enforco JelTcraonlan principles In tho gov
ernment. Mr. Morso says the democratic
party cannot win unlets It has a different
management from what it has had for sev
eral years and that it must nominate some
man as patriotic and Incorruptible as Mr.
Dryan, but of a wholly different tempera
TAKE PAPERS TO CARTER
nelatlves of Convicted Army Ciiptuln
Call on Dim at the Leaven
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., Nov. 8. Tho ha
beas corpus proceedings in tho caso of
Oberlln M. Carter, lato captain of en
gineers, United States army, which wero
sot for hearing hero today before Judge
Hook of tho United Stntes district court,
were continued to November 22. The pris
oner was visited at tho penitentiary during
tho dny by bis uncle, Colonel L. D. Carter
of Oakland, Cal., and his brother, D. S.
Carter ,of Chicago, with tho purposo, It
Is said, of having him examine a volumin
ous budget of papers .connected with the,
Application for tho writ of habeas cor
pus, which commanded1 Warden McCIaughry
of tho penitentiary to prcduco Carter In
court and show cnuse why he Is detained,
was filed hero on Octobor 17 before Judge
Object to "shoe Machine Leases.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. "8. A conference
wan held here todny between the board of
directors of the National Association of
Root nnd Shoe Manufacturers and Preil
dont Wlnslnw of tho United Shoe Mnehlno
company. The totter company, which li s
headquarters In Dnaton, controls tho God.
yenr pntents and leases machinery for uie
manufacture of shoes to the makerH The
manufacturers assert thnt rertaln claineft
In the lenses were oppre'Mvo und It was
for tho purpose of obviating the c'aus'-H
that today's conference wns cnlld, Thn
proceedings wero not mado public, ns no
decision was renohed. Another roimiltn
tlon will be held tomorrow. The following
members nf the National A'aoclstion of
Foot nnd Hhoo Manufacturer were pres
ent: President Thomas .lamns, Cincinnati
Irving Drew. P)rtraouth, O.: Onrge I.
Schnber, Phllndelph'a: A. W. Rlrli Ml'
waukce: "Frank C. Finite., Dotrnlt: E V.
Read. Rochester! C. H, Krtnpendorf Cin
cinnati; Howard L. Tnwn'ppd Philadelphia.
Methodist Church Extension.
NEW YORK. Nov, R.-Todny nt tho Meth
odist Episcopal Churrh of St. John. In
Wl'IlnmKbunr. tho general bnnrd of church
extension of tho Methodist Episcopal
church began n series of Dulnoj rvhsIohh,
In the parlors of tbo church tonight the
board, cnnflstlntr of numerous out-'if-town
bishops nnd lay delegates. rciirctcntiitli"M
of fourteen trenernl conferonco dlstrlct.l.
wero entertained at- a private dinner hv
tbo Mnthodist Social union. V Dlshon C. If.
Fowler delivered tho principal clorinil ml.
dress and Rev Dr W.- A, Spencer, t eor"tiry
w. t .iii, u i tit, wutK.n, .,, .... ui J 111 I-
dolphin und others followed with rcmarfci
concerning cuurcn nnu social irmtl.TH. To
day's MHlnni woro luriro'v ilnvntprl tn n
review and an open discussion of n prlnt'il
report of the affairs nf tho brard coti'iVo j
by J. S. J. MrConnel'. Of for'y ofllrlals
in immiuaiirn ni wns morni"g s HPSsmn nix.
teen wero bishops, Rlhnn Wirron prosldsd
Deferences Under llnnlcrupt I.nw.
uiiiuauu, isov. s.a new ruling on
preieronces uniicr tne national bankruptcy
law hns been nnnounred by Judge Kohl-
nut in tne rnltea states dlntrlct court
IL Is held thnt the rlvliiir of n rhnltol
mortgage within four months of tho tiling
ot a poiiuon in nurmrupiry, in pursuance
ot an agreement to glvp the mnrtgngo.
mnuo more inun tour nioni'in prior to .lint
time. Is not n preference vi'hfn the moan
Inir of tho statute The dcohlnn wns irlvon
In the once of John Uocttrr, proprietor of
no uermuma gurnen.
C'oHiliiitnr IMxImn of l?oml iln l.nir.
FOND PU I.AC. Wis.. Nov. K Arch
deacon Rrplnald Huber Welkr was ronso
orated coadjutor bishop of Fond dtl Las
hero today, filic blulmps weru In attend-
ancu, llll-luillllK uiniiuii iinnun ui , ia
Aleutian Islands und representative ot tho
Greek church. Illsftop Welter will resldo
nt Fond dti Lne nnd will succeed liuluv
(itnfton on tho hitter's death.
MAY HOLD SECRET SESSIONS
Culinn Count It lit liinnl Convention's
I'rolinlite Mtitnd In Hie .Mntter
ut I'ornlun Delations.
HAVANA. Nov. 8. Tho commltteo of the
Cuban constitutional convention Is discus
sing tbo advisability of holding secret ses
sions after tho permanent organization bits
been effected, which probably will tako
placo at tho re-opcnltig of tho conven
tion next Monday. Scnora Capote, Tamayo
and Rivera nro tho most prominent can
didates for the presidency of tho conven
tion. La Lucha says: "The difficulty will not
bo in drawing up a constitution, but In
reaching nn agreement as to tho relations
which nro to exist between Cuba and tho
United States. Wo take It that tho con
vention will insist upon thrco points,
namely, no relations with other govern
ments except thiough the United States,
power to negotiate loans, nnd no author
ity to upset peace and order."
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Ofllce open rnntliiuiiiisly trout 8 it. tn.
to II p. in, .Stindii) ti-otu H a, in. to
t 1. in.
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