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SENATE ORGANIZATION. Tbo Republicans May Not Desire to 8ceuro Control. AVERSE TO BEING RESPONSIBLE In lbs Absence of a Majority?II?. ?poniibllitlr? Won 1(1 Outweigh the Adiantacea ? PopnlUt Couccwlonii Would bo Xecenarj to Secure Tholr AMiatance? Kepabllcam Lack Two ot a siojorltjr. wiimsoto*. Not. 13.?Tho declarations of Saoatora Stewart and Pefier render it somewhat uncertain whether the Populist lonatorg or any of thoir number will anite with the Republicans for the purpose of securing control of the senate after the 4th of March. Without this assistance it will, according to present appearances, be Impossible for the Kepoblicani to regain control before 1897, or after the next election. Giving them one of the senators to bo elected in the places of Senators Ransom and JarvH, of North Carolina, and not counting Senator Jones, of Nevada, aa a Republican, they cannot hope for more than forty-three Republicans in the senate, and this is two less than will bo required for either organization or for the transaction of business. The qaeation has also been raised as to whether tho Republican senators will really desire to organize, and some ol the older and more experienced politicians abont Washington contend that they will not ao desire when they come lo look the ground ovor and iroigh the various considerations involved. The principal reason for this view is tho belief that the older and more experienced Republican members will bo averse to assuming a responsibility in the absence of real power to transact business, which they would, of coarse, not have unless thero were a majority -' ?nioHnoil trt nof wiMi f ham An I u> doimiw?? ?? ? quoBtiona of party policy as well as upon organization. Thoy call attention to the fact that tho house will bo composed in large measure of untried members and that it is possible that many of those now men may bo disposed to commit the party to a legislative policy which might prove to be unwise on the evo of a presidential election, or, if not unwise, at least unavailing in the face of the fact that the presidential chair will still bo in hands of tho Democrats. "What then," tboy ask, "is the senso of Republicans assuming tho responsibility of power without being ablo to esercise it?" To do this, they continue, they must necessarily make some concessions to the Populists, whioh aro liable to prove embarrassing. Continuing tho argument in this lino, they say that the fact that tho Republicans have not the senate, will prove a check upon tho houso in caso one is noeded and enable tho cooler members of that body to hold tho inoro radical in by simply holding up tiie impossibility of accomplishing anything in that body and pointing out the unwiidora of fruitless eflorts. On tho otlier hand, tho organization of tho eenato would give the Republicans no aJvantasro oxcopt that to bo derivod from tho acquisition of tho oftlcoe and tho control of committee action. If Utah electa Republican senators and tho senatorial oloctions in other Rtntos go as tho roturns from tho lato election iudicato they will, this will give the ItoDublican party an absoluto majority and thuB definitely settle tho - .1-.. :r ? s*i \t \i ?: IjiluB liUll. Ul, 11 Ulbiim iiun .UOAIbU Ul Arizona should nloct Republican senators, assuming tbat thoro will bo no chango of programme on tho part of tho Democrats as to tho policy of their admission ai Btates at tho abort session, the eflept"Will bo the same. Tho two senators from eithor of theso proposed statos would be sufficient to give tho sonato to tho Republicans, whoroas, if the Democrats should secure tho senators from all of them thoy would atill bo one short of a majority. Tho llond Iinue. Washington, Noa. 13.?there is no longer auy doubt that an iasuo of bonda has been definitely decidod upon and it cau bo atated on authority that the circular asking for bids will be issued during tho present wook and probably tonight or to-morrow. It is fully realized that tho cold reserve has now reached a point whore it could bo cotnplotoiy wined out by a few heavy shipments una it is thought to bo the part of wisdom not to wait until tho gold iu tho treasury is practically exhausted before making an effort to recoup it. lint Oue Conj;rcinnmi>. Chicago, Nov. 13.?Congressman Lawrence E. McGanu comes under tho wiro a winner, the only Democrat elccted in Chicago. Tho finish of tho official count gave him a plurality of sevonty vntoH nvnr Itnllrnnn Vnn u'lin unfit fn. day w?b BUpposeil to have overwhelmed McGann in the genoral landslide. McGann's success makes him a daneerous rival ot John P. llopkina for the Democratic mayoralty nomination in the spring. Owen* Klcctml. Fraskfout, Ky., Nov. 13.?The official vote in the Sovonth district compared by Socretarv of State lleadly to-day, gives Otveus (Dom.) a plurality of 101 votes. Total voto cast: Owens (Dem.), 13,077; Denny (Hop.), 13,570; Johnson (l'op.), 202; Fiuuol (Pro.), 554. It is said hero that Donuy has employed attorneys to contest tho seat. Ask for Smith Browing Co.'a alo and porter; take no other. Theories ARE GOOD. Facts ARE BETTER. Theories supported by Facts arc invinciblc. Allcock's Porous Plaster is, without doubt, the best external remedy for strains, sprains, lame back, sciatica, and congestion of the chcst. Alwayt Make Suronnd Ret the genuine AluockV Never put up with an imitation. Allcock's Corn Shields, Allcock's Bunion Shields, Have no equal ai a relia.* and cure for corns And bunion*. Brandreth's Pills Purify tho blood, tono tip tho system. There it no rernody lilto them. A STItANGLER'S WOItK. Th? Okowr Mardvrtt'i UUitt Victim Wm 1 a }a|?ne?? Girl. Dwvra, Col., Nov. 13.?"StrangUrs Bow" was the scene of another murder i early to-day. About 1:15 a. m., No. 1975 i Market street was visited by a fiend i whose strange hobby is to choke women I to death, and when he left the place, I Kiko Oyoma, a Japanese girl who ran i the place, was a corpse with the marks i of the stranger's work upon her throat, i This morning'! murder was committed ] in the same row of housea in which t Lena Tapper and Marie Uontasoit were I stranded. The mode of her death, loo, 1 was exactly similar. After partially J choking her, the Job was completed by tying a towel around her neck and tightening the noosa until life leit her < body. I The only difference between Kika Oyama's murder and tho strangler's i other jobs, is that she was discovered c while her pulte was still beating and i breath still in ber lungs. Kikn Ovama 1 was 24 years old, and came from Japan j to Chicago with the' racial renresenta tivesof her native land to tho Columbian exposition. There alio made tho acquaintance of Imi Oyamaand together they came to Denver last November. He was tho first person to enter the girl's room after her death. In tho room whero the murdered woman waa found there was every indication that a struggle had taken place. A Turkish bath towel had been used to choke tho woman and there was another of a similar kind lying upon a dressing tablo. The first towel was twisted into a rope aud there is evidence that the victim was thrown upon her back upon the bed after the towel had been placed about her neck aud then deliberately garrotod. Imi Oyatna and several other Japan* eae have been arreated on suspicion, but so far aa known not the slightest evidence has been discovored to implicate them in tiie crime. Tho excitement among the women inhabiting the part of the city where the murders by j strangulation havo occurred within a | few weeks, rivals that produced by the i crimes of "Jack the Kipper" in London I some time ago. A FIGHTING I'A US ON. The Rev. Frederick Serkomon Objects to Being Itobbod and Shoots a Burglar. Brooklyn, Nov. 13.?The Rev. Fred- f erick C. SeckerBon, the assistant pastor , of tho Clinton Avenue Congregational ( church, had a thrilling experience with ^ a burglar this morning and narrowly ] escaped with bis lite. He was nrouaed ( from his sleep by a slight noise, and saw a man stealthily moving about in tho darknoss. J ho clergyman pickod up a revolver, which lay conveniently at hand on his dressing case, and sprang to tho floor. Tho burglar made a lnnge at him with a bowio knifo, tho blado puncturing the fleshy part of his arm, intiicting an ugly wound. The men grappled and had a hand-to-hand struggle for life. Tho clergyman managed to shoot tho man, who roleaaod his grasp and staggorod toward tho opon window, through which ho mado his oscapo. The clergy man fired a second shot at him aa ho retreatod. Tho polica later found a trail of blood whore tho burglar escaped but havo not yet capturod him. The clorgvman's wound, although painful,, is not serious. MUST STAND THIAL. Juilgo Cole Decide* Agniunt tho Ilecnl* cttrant Sueur WHiiomcs. Washington, I). C., Nov. 13.?Judge Colo in the United States district court, District of Columbia, overruled tho domurrer in the caHes of John W. Mac* cartney, of Washington, and E. R. [ Chapmau, of Now York, brokers, who 1 refused to answer cortain quostiona bo* foro the aonato sugar investigating committee, and held tho defendants for trial. c This was in the naturo of a tost case and tho decision means that Have- c mover, Koarles and Seymour, who were rocently indictod, and the mowspaper -j men, Edwards and Shriver, who were ^ first indicted, will have to stand trial. * Attorney Joro Wilson, of tho defoud- 1 ant's council, gave notico that ho would appeal to tho District of Columbia court of appoals. ? m t Sequel to the Salt mi llnnk llobhorjr. j Sauxa, Kas., Nov. 13.?Tho bank y robbor who was shot hore yesterday by r his pals, aftor ho had beeu grievously I wounded by tho cashier of tho bank f robbed, was fonnd to have on his person * SI,500 of tho booty. A lotter was also found on him addrossod to Stophen McKee, 902 Hickory jtreot, St. Josoph, . Mo. Tho gang was Bupposod to have been tho same which robbed tho Fort Scott bank in Soptouibor. Their haunts are in tho Uluo Hills, in Osborne coun- , ty, and from vostorday's occurronco and ? tho arrost of a mombor of the band at . Leavenworth last wook it is belioved enough information will bo gained to insuro tho capture of tho entiro band. E Ciov. Wnlte Could lto More Thntikrul. ^ Denver, Col., Nov. 13.?Gov. V/aito'a t thankegiving proclamation after reciting tho causes for thauksgiving which the poople enjoy, continues: But with- J nl, tho overshadowing threat to our civilization is tho constant recurrence of imliiBtrial and commercial panics, which blight tho lives and hopes of millions of able bodied and skillful beings. Monopoly?robborv under tho forms of law ?is the curse of our times and wuakena tho physical as well as tho montal energies of the people. And while we may bo exceedingly thankful for our genial climate and unbounded resource, lot us bear in mind that only through a conscientious rogard for tho industrial right* of all tho people can tho blessings of religious and economic freedom bo permaneutly'ostablished. Clilnose Lohhph. Hiroshima, Nov. 13.?Field Marshal Yamngata's roport, dated Kiu Lien Chong, November 10, says that thoro aro no Chinese troops in that vicinity. Ho ndds that tho lossos of tho Chinese in that neighborhood are not fully known, but up to tho time of sending his report the bodios of over 5U0 Chinoso soldiors had boon buried by tho Jnpunoso. A groat number ol bodies of Chinuso soldiors woro found in tho Aika river. I'atciitu to \V?*?t Virginians. Sjyeclnl DUvatch to the JnteUiaeneer, Washington, L>. C., Nov. 13.?Patents granted: William C. lioswoll, Clarksburg, poling dovico for railway cars; Albort Wollison, Point Pleasant, combination articlo of furniture and collap- j siblo table; Harry L. Kirtloy, Scaroy, | cigar vending machine. Cnnli In tliu Trcnnui'jr. j Washington, D. C, Nov. 13.?Tho cash ! balnnco in tho treasury to-dav was $103,753,1)3(1; gold rosorvo $02,001,100. Chnpfioluar'tf Ufouchlnl euros cough aud consumption. 3 ULOODSIIED THREATENED. S&iltul Sptcehtt Ch??TM( by the Alabama People'* Conrentlon. Mostmjmmv, in., Not. 13.?At 7 /clock last night the Kolb convention Mumbled, and while awaiting the report of the committee on resolutions a leated wrangle ensued over the que; ion of rechristening the party, which, n a partial report from the special committee in tho afternoon, had been tabbed the I'eople'i and JeBeraonian jarty. The remit of the argument waa i wiping oat of Jeflersonian party, and .he convention of JeHenoniani and Populista resolved themselves into the S'ational People's party. It waa after 9 o'clock when Chairman SV. H. .^kaggs, oi tho committee on resolutions, was yielded the stage and began the reading of a voluminous report, Ftucli took up the subject of ballot box ituffinz. The report stated that the committee had at hand ample proof of ill their allegations of frau-i in that EColb and his ticket was elected last luzust and had been counted out. At thin juncture. Dr. Crow, in an exited manner paced up and down the lisln and declared that he should be isated even if bloodshed wor necessary, md thai-, on December 1 the people? Populists and Republicans?should neet at Montgomery, and that if the itate militia interfered with them there would bo enough men on hand to landle them. These sentiments were jacked up in stoot talks by a number )f men until Chairman Skaggi resumed he reading of tho report, which went >n to say iha't the evidence was at hand .0 prove the fraudulent election of Gov* jrnor-elect Oates, and that if the legislature did not right tbo wrong, the federal Congress would be called upon and a 'nr/ta Kill An* n/4 a<3 if nnnna After reading th? i?jsolutiooi, Mr. iksggs spoke lor two hours unci limply Irowned out the incendiary speakers, vho were applauded to tho echo, while ,he morocomorvativo men were listenid to in silence. The convention adourned sino die after adopting the report. Not a suggestion of n double' jarrel legislature or aovernment is confined in tbe resolutions. A Tit A IN MOLD UP. Bandits Itesnine Operations on tlio Frisco Line In Missouri. Mo.vettjz, Nov. 13.?A Frisco passenger tram was held u/ by robbers four Biles from hore last night. The express :ar was robbed. There wore six in tho ;aue, and when Messenger Chapman efused to open the door they threatened to blow np the car with dynamite. When the train carno to n sudden itop tho report from a Winchostor rang jut; A second later four bandits, who tvoro handkerchiefs ovor their facos, oined their pals at the express car and tho job was begun. "Noshooting goes," exclaimed the leader. "Heads back hero; heads back there," ho added, and ;hoso who dared look out of tho car windows obeyod. Conductor Wrightnan passed through tho train and yarned tbe passengers to conceal their raluables. Womon and children were janic strickcn, and mon hastily con:oalod watches and money. Paseongers ook refuge under seats, behind doors, lud somo retired to tho Pullman sleepsrs to the roar of tbo train. After fifteon minutoa of suspense, at ,ho muzzle of a gun, tho engineer and Iroraan were marched to the cab of tho >ngino and jcoinmandod to back tho rain a quarter of a mile frotn tho scene >f tho robbery. A second report from n Winchester wua tho aignal for the en[ineor to pull out his train and the rob' jory waa at an end. Alesaonger Chapnan Rucceeded in hiding all the monoy avo $200 in currency, which he handed >vor to tho robbers." The train pulled nto Monotto twenty iniuutoa late. The inndite ure suppoaod to bo a part of 3ill Cook's Allegheny County's Ofllclnl Vote, Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov. 13.?The official ount ahowa tho following vote for govirnor cast in Alleghony county: Hasting, Republican, 53,400; Sincerlv, democrat, 14,931; Hawley, Prohibition, >92; Ailman, Populist. 2,943; Grundy, Socialist Labor, 2(>8. Hastings pluraliy 38.475.' Common .Heuae Ihould bo used in attempting to cure bat very disairreeablo disease, catarrh, la catarrh originatoi in iinpuritios in he blood, local application can do no >ormauent good. Tho common eensu nethod of troatmont ia to purify the )lood, and for this purooao there is no >renaratiou superior to' Ilood'a Sareainrilla. Hood's Pills euro constipation by rotoring poristaltic action to tho alimeuary canal. 5 The Pan-LIandlo DyoinR establishment, owned by John lioilmoier, at No. 431 Market street, ia tho best equipped iouso of its kind in Wheeling. In addiion to the dyeing and cleaning departaonta a corps of first-class tailora are mployod, who can do repairing as neat a it ia possible. Clothoa and ladies' armonta. cleaned or dyed, can bo made o look liko now. Satisfaction guaranoeci. _ Itching, burning, acaly and crusty calps of infanta cloanaod and healed, ,nd quiet Bleep restored by Johnson's Oriental soap. Qharlos H. Gootzo and y. W. Irwin. Hbn'RY Wiwos, tho poatmaator at Volshton, Florida, says ho cured a cnao if diarrhoea of Ion-.' standing in six tours, with ono small bottlo of Chamjorlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrluua lomody. What a pleasant surprise hat must have been to tho aufloror. *ueh cures aro not unusual with this eraedv. 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