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The Democratic Bosses Finally Give up and Concede the Presidency to Hamson. The Party Organs do the Same Without Further Kicking The''World' tindertakes to Account for the Republican Avalanch. A Democrats Correspondent Tells of Cleveland s Prophesy of Defeat. Indiana Carried by the Republicans on Both Nationa and State Tickets. The Next House Will be Republican. liKlCE CilVES ITI'P. The "World" and all the Others do the Same. NEW Yoek, November 8.—The "'Extra" World says: Ghairman Breie, of the Democratic National Executive Committee, concedes the election for Gen. Harrison. Capt. McClellan, chairman of the campaign committee, was the only member of the National committee,, at the headquarters this morning. He made an authorized annomcement of Brice's concession of the Republican victory. Tne World puts Cali fornia and Indiana in the Republican col umn, and gives Harrison 233 votes in the electoral college. In regard to „the Con grtssiooal situation the "Extra" „ I Vorli says: Is Congress as well as the Presi dency loit? As belated returns come in the complexion of the next House grows more and mo*e doubtful. This, the most important and interesting of the questions of the campaign, is yet uudecided. Itj.is a possibility that the Republicans may have control of the Fifty-First Congress. The Democratic majority of 18 is dwindling away. Several estimates made by Democrats in this city bring the Jmar gin down to t .vo votes, the Republicans claiming that full returns will give them the House. This is improbable but ajdis tinct possibility. There have been Jsome surprising Republican gains. Democratic St. Emus elected three Republican Con gressmen. Republicans make apparently' well based claims to three gained in Michi gan, hut the Democrats have gained in Virginia. New York's delegation is un changed as to parties. The fact of the situation is, there are enough districts yet "incertain to turn the House majority eith er way. Connecticut gives a small majority for Cleveland, and shows marked Democratic gains in manufacturing towns whore the question of tariff taxation was cons, ntly and thoroughly discussed during the long campaign. New Jersey, a state greatly in terested in manufacturing, not only more than doubled its Democratic majority of 1884, hut chooses a Legislature that will return a Democratic United States Senator to succeed McPherson. The Congressional elections were hotly contested,and the out come of the battles in many districts is surprising. By the latest report it appears that the Fifty-first Congress will be con trolled by the Democrats by an extremely small majority, which may be wiped out altogether by corrected returns from |Via ginia, Arkansas, North Carolina and Mich igan, in all of which states there are dis puted results. FREE TRADE BEAT HIM. The Story a Correspondent Tells the Chicago Democratic "News." Chicago, Nov. 8 —The following are ex tracts from a dispatch to the Daily News by its Washington correspondent, who has een in New York for the past month : "When President Cleveland had pre wired the first draft of his message he sent or the Secretary of the Treasury to submit the document for his criticism, and re marked : 'Fairchild, I have written some thing here that will beat me for re-election, hut it is right.' The fulfillment of that prophesy is read in this morning's papers, and that the tariff brought it abont is con ceded by the managers of his campaign. Cleveland lost votes in the mannfaclnring centres of New York nod gained none among the farmers. The reduced majority be received iu Brooklyn is largely due to the friends of Archie Bliss, one of the Democratic Congressmen from that city v-ho voted against the Milts bill and was defeated for re-nomioatioD by federal office holders for that reason." WEST VIRGINIA. GcS, Republican» Elected Governor- Two Congressional Districts in Doubt. Wheeling, W. Va., November 9. —Goff, Kep, has carried the state by a narrow Margin, The electoral ticket is still in donbt. AI Kingston, the Republican can didate, has 27 plurality in the first congres sional district. Wilson, Dem, is elected in 'lie second district. The third and fourth districts are st ill in doubt and claimed by both parties. V 0,1 Virginia Republicans Claim Everything. Chabi.eston, W. Va., November 9.—Of fi'-ial information received at the State Bouse says that Fleming, Dem., is elected. D is now believed the Republicans have •l«ct«d three out of four congressmen, with ibe fourth in doubt. In every county and precinct the Republicans have gained. The le tislalure is doubtful. It may be a tie, *ith Car, Greenbacker, having the décid ât; vote on joint ballot. The Republicans «aim everything. in to to HOOS1ERS HURRAH. G|reat Doings at Indianapolis in Cele brating the Triumph. Indianapolis, Iüd., November 8 —The weather is cloudy ^id threatening, and the streets are very muddy. The town has apparently broken loose now that Harri son's election is beyond dispate. Pennsyl vania avenue is crowded for squares and thousands of horns are blowing. The din i* abominable. One cannot hear nor speak. Around the New Denison Hotel, the recent headquarters of the Republican State com mittee, surges a crowd of 3,000 or 4,000, while the corridors of the big house are jammed. Along Washington and Illinois streets are gathered large crowds shouting and cheering for Gen. Harrison. The crowds are naturally of a hilarious and hnmorou9 disposition It is therefore not to be prssumed that any disrespect to the President was intended by the roar of laughter and cheers that are greeting a wagon now passing through the streets drawn by a male. Within is a big cofiin. On top of the ooffin sit half a dozen mourners carrying hnge bouquets in their hands, and the mourners are weeping with a great lack of decorum, for every few moments their feelings overcome them to such an extent that they s'and up 'and wave their bouqnets and then sit down and wipe the mock tears away with brilliant bandanas. From the head of the coffin hangs a picture of President Cleveland. The eyes in the pic ture are very black, while below is the inscription "They done me up bad." As the fanerai wagon passed along Pennsylvania Avenue it was greeted with storms of applause and the blowing of thousands of horns. In the crowds are many men wearing red roosters on their hats, but the bird is head less. Another device for amusing the rati fiera is a pass headed "Silt River Packet Line, piss on account of British free trade from Washington op Salt River steamer. Lord Sackville West will leave Washington, March 4th. Not good to re turn." (Signed,) G. Cleveland, Captain, A. G. Thurman, Mate. The campaign pass bears the names of of such landings as Matsonville, Myers town and Lynumsborougli. Thousands of these mementoes of the «I election are circulating the city. It is ihought the citizens will voluntarily un dertake a great ratification to-night if it don't rain. Under the law of Indiana this is the day when the supervisors of elections convene in each county to canvass the returns. Congress Probably Republican. New York, November 8 . —The Telegram -■ays: In other words Harrison is elected President without the vote of New York. This settles the case bevond all possibility >f dispute. It shows the size of the Demo cratic defeat. The White House being iispesei of, the only other points of inter nat are the two branches of Congress, If, as is now claimed, Delaware -gislatnre is Republican on joint ballot the Republican party will have a working majority of one in the Senate without the vote of Vice President Morton. If West Virginia has gone Republican the matter -s only worse, of coarse, and this is not mprobable. The House of Representa tives is remarkably close. McPherson, who has long been the Re publican clerk of the House of Representa tives, estimates the Republican majority at seventeen and the Tribune accepts these figures. The Press reaches the same re sult, no donbt adopting McPherson's fig ures. The Democratic losses exceeded the Republican ones, apparently, and the Dem ocrats have only leeway of the fifteen seats in the present House. While it may take an official count to settle the question, it looks as if the 51st Congress would be Republi can in both branches. "The hide goes with the ox." ALEXANDER. The Man Who will Probably Become President Harrison's Private Secretary. Washington, November 9.— It is be lieved General Hairison's private secretary will be D. W. Alexander, now a resident of Buffalo, New York. Alexander pos sesses all of Col. Dan Lamont'a caution and shrewdness, but less austere and reserved. He is a lawyer and journalist and lived at Indianapolis till a few years ago, when he became Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, which be resigned when Cleveland was elected. He has been with Gen. Harrison in a confidential capacity since the opening of the campaign and won the latter's es teem and confidence. The Republican House Majority. Washington, November 9. —"I believe we will have from seventeen to twenty majority in the next House,''said Secretary McPherson, of the Repnblican congres sional campaign committee, to-day. "In making np the table to be printed in a New York Repnblican paper," he eaid, "I am going to give the Democrats all they claim within the cases where actual re turns have not removed all doubt." From this table he reduced the Republican claims for Congressmen by one each in Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, North Caro lina, Weet Virginia and two in Virginia. In that shape, he declared, he wonld al low all Democratic claims in doubtful cases and the result was a Repnblican ma jority of 15. He coaid not see how it would poesibly be reduced below that fig ure and allowing for Republican chances in the doubtful districts as in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina and elsewhere, he confidently expected the Republican majority would be nearer twenty than fifteen. Reward Offered.* London, November 10—General War ren, chief of the Metropolitan polioe, has issued a proclamation offering free pardon to any accomplice of the White Chapel murderer, for information which will lead to the mnrderer's apprehension. a «I COAL MINE HORROR. Terrible Explosion Life. and Loss ol ENTHUSIASTIC REPUBLICANS. Secretary of the National Repnblican Committee Serenaded. Elmira, N.Y.,November 9.—Secretary J. Sloat Fassett, of the National Republican committee, was serenaded this evening by 2,000 enthusiastic Republicans, who filled his lawn and piazzas Senator Fassett made a brief response in which he said the Na • tional committee had written its speach in the returns from nearly ever state north of the Mason and Dixon line. The issne had not been donbtfnl since the day when the voice of Oregon in the west had echoed from the hills of Maine in the East. Free trade wonld not soon again be forced into a national campaign. It had been decided by the intelligent voters of the Union that the national policy should be that of pro tection to onr industries and the preserva tion of American markets to the products of American labor. There were two issue« in this state that must yet be decided— proper restriction of the liquor traffic and proper protection of the ballot. Fassett deplored the defeat of Warner Miller, whom he regarded as one of the noblest and purest of men. But he was glorions even in his defeat, because he presente! the great principles which would ulti mately triumph. Indiana Ratification. Indianapolis, November 9.— The ar rangements are complete for a grand rati fication meeting tomorrow night and Prob ably General Harrison can be induced to participate in the demonstration in some way. The General has expressed a decided oppoeition to the coming of delegations for the purpose of congratulating him. Congratulations by letter, he says, will re ceive prompt attention. A delegation from Madison county called this after noon and tonight he was serenaded by the law makers of this city. In response to a call for a speech he said: "The time for speech making is over. The debate is closed and also the polls are cloeed. I thank you for your call tonight." General Harrison's mail has suddenly doubled and he is receiving all sorts of carions commu nications, including a few from France. The Republican headquarters closed today. Chairman Huston and Secretary Dill were each presented with gold headed canes by the clerical corps of the committee. Indiana. Indianapolis, November, 9.— The offi cial retains from nearly all the precincts show that General Harrison carried the city of Indianapolis by a plurality of 156. The official returns for Marion coonty in cluding tbs city of Indianapolis give a to tal vote of 35,112 against 29,265 in 1884. Cleveland received 17,517, Harrison, 17,139 Fisk 390, and 8treeter 57. Cleveland has a plurality of 378 against 226, the plurality for Blaine in 1884 It is pretty definitely settled that General Harrison's plurality in Indiana will be about 2,500. The offi - eial figures will probably not be known for several days yet as only 13 counties have been received by the Secretary of state. The Republican state ticket is elected from Governor down to the re porter of the supreme court. Kansas City, November 9. —A Journal special from Pittsburg, Kan., says: The most dreadful disaster in the history of Kansas occurred at 5 o'clock this evening when the men were preparing to leave off their work at Shalt, No. 2, at FroDtenac, a snburb of Pittsburg. A terrible explosion was lieaid that shook the earth for a great distant and completely shattered the shaft. On investigation it was found that 160 were in the mine at the time of the ex plosion, and, being 112 feet below the sur face, it is almœt certain all are dead. At this writing the only two exceptions were two men who were in the car coming up and being near the top managed to escape. Pittsbuig is in the center of the coal mines of southeastern Kansas and is about 100 miles south of Kansas City, on the Fort Scott & Gtrif Ry. St. Louis, November 9. — A special to the Republic from Pittsburg gives the fol lowing account of a coal mine explogon there this evening: A terrific explosion that broke windows in this little Village and spread consternation among its inhab itants occurred about dusk tonight. The violence of the shock was so great as to hnrl dishes from shelves and demolish chimneys. A half an hour alter the ex plosion the villagers who were preparing to go to the mines were shocked by the appearance of a ragged bleeding man who almost staggered into the arms of the searchers. He said that shaft No. two at Frontinac, a mining suburb of this village, is destroyed by an explosion and that all the men in the mine at the time except himself and a Dane whom he leit bleediDg at the mouth of the pit were undoubtedly dead. Horses were quickly harnessed to wagons and in a few minutes the villagers were hurrying through the fierce snow and sleet storm wnich was raging. At the mouth of the mine the tremen dous force of the explosion was apparent. Thera were huge seams in the earth, and the timbers of the hoisting apparatus were shivered and burned, and foul gases were escaping. A Dane, who had escaped with the man who had alarmed the villagers, lay in the mud, with his face covered with blood, for a long time. It was thought he was dead, but lie regained consciousness iu a few hours and is now at his home. He cannot speak and does not know what caused the explosion. His clothes were in ribbon^J Tne man who reached this village with the tidings aDd who accompanied the miners back to the mine said the men were about to quit work for the day when the explosion occurred. Together with a Dane he had ridden in the car to the top of the shaft when the earth seemed to snap beneath him, and then the next thing he realized w T as the splashing of snow aud water upon his face as he lay with his comrade in the wreckage above the mine There were 160 men in the mine a the t m i of the explosion, and as t ley were at work 112 Ibet below the surface it is believed that not one survived the shock, as the explosion must have de stroyed everything in the pit. Big fires were built near the mouth of the pit, aad besides these blazing piles the women of the entombed miners placed their children while they themeelves tried by all kinds of entreaties to induce the miners from other shafts to enter the pit and rescue their relatives. One rescuing party started down the shaft at 7 o'clock, but was forced to turn back owing to the fool air. Another attempt was made at 9 o'clock, bat the plucky rescuers were forced to abandon their work. 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Rochester, November 9. —The most disastrous fire ever experienced in this city occurred this evening at the works of the Steam Gaugo & Lautern company. It was located in a building of seven stories, with two basements. It was situated near Genesee falls: Tbe fire broke out at 7:30 o'clock. About forty people were at work, mostly on the third floor. The smoke was very dense and the men could not reach the fire escapes and were forced to jnrnp from the third story. Fourteen jumped on the west side of the building and were frightfully injured, six of them dying within an hour, and four others will die before morning. The names are: JOSEPH DARNER, JOHN GREMOUR, JOSEPH WEBBER, HARRY SCHNEIDER, JOHN GALL. The fatally wounded are: RICHARD PASEP, FRANK SIDDONS, DON WATKINS, JOHN GEERIN. It is thought five or more bodies are in the ruins, including one or more girls. Tne losses on the building are $65,000. The loss on the lantern plant is $175,000. Rochester, November 10.—Last even ing's fire was the worst that ever occurred in this city. At least twelve lives were lost and t wenty persons were badly in jured. Three more bodies have been taken from tbe rains burned to a crisp. It is impossi ble to recognize them. Death ot a Noted Lawyer. Boston, November 8 . —A private dis patch says: Edward C. Carrigau, a mem ber of the Massachusetts State Board of Education and a well known lawyer of Boston, died of .apoplexy yesterday after noon in a Denver & Rio Grande passenger train. He was on his was from Salt Lake City to Colorado Springs with Miss Mary Hoyt, fur whom, with Gen. Butler, he was connsel. Carrigan's body is now being embalmed at Saleda, Col. Miss Hoyt tel egraphed the above intelligence this morn ing. Mr. Carrigan's half brother, H. W. Knight, is manager of the Methodist Book concern. Mr. Carrigan'a body will be brought home at once. Divorce Granted. Chicago, November 8 .— Judge Shepard to-day granted Mrs. M. I. Rawson a decree of divorce by default of her husband, banker Stephen W. Rawson. failing to ap pear. This seems to have followed as a re sult of an agreement between the litigant« by which Mrs. Rawson is to receive $40. 000. The case bas attrocted much atten tion owing to the prominence of both parties interested and the extraordinary al legations made on both sides, the shooting by Mrs. Rawson'« son of banker Rawson at the door of the chnrch one Sunday morning and also the shooting by Mrs. Rawson of her husband's attorn°y in the C art room. Heavy Snow Storm. Atchison, Ks., November 9. —The most phenomenal snow storm that ever occurred in Northern Kansas began this morning and has' continued furiously all day. Trains are all delayed and telegraph wires are prostrated in all directions with the exception of one line to Kansas City. In Atchison 200 telephone line« are broken and so tangled up witn the electric light wires that the electric light works sus pended to prevent accidents. The «now storm is the heaviest at any season of the year since 1878 The extent of the dam age cannot be ascertained owing to the «ospension of telegraphic communication. Kansas City, November 9. —The rain storm which began early to-day developed into a snow storm at 3 p. m. and has been falling ever since. The snow, how ever, melted as fast as it fell. It was ac companied by a brisk wind and done great damage. Nearly all railroads entering here are more or less delayed, the Santa Fe being the worst sitfftrer. The telegraph wires are also somewhat crippled. One of the most gratifying results of the election is the Republican victory in Wm. L. Scott's district That gentleman's ex cuse that the result was cause! by his de : dining to resort to methods used by his opponents, fur fear the people of his dis trict would be corrupted, is too thin to wash. The Erie district was always Re publican till Scott corrupted it It only needed disinfection to become Republican It is about time to let up on the assertion that the Republican party is in favor of removing the whisky tax. The Senate tar iff bill shows no such indication, without it can be iufered from the removal of the tax on spirits used in the arts. Nobody but one in the last stages of Democracy would conaider getting drunk one of the fine arts. The Silver Bow Republicans ratify the great, grand and glorious victory on Satur day night Butte sends greeting to Helena, and bids one and all come. Let our Re publican host with Carter at the head, go over the range and help jubilate. The Helena Republicans will ratify a week later, when Batte will be here in force to celebrate with os. Ex Governor Sherman, of Iowa, who bore a conspicuous part in the Montana campaign, performed most effective work for the Republican cause. The distinguished gentleman was one of the very best public speakers the people of Montana were priv ileged to hear, and most flattering words are spoken of *him by citizens of both parties wherever his splendid addresses were delivered. He placed himself at the disposal of the Re publican committee on the start and stayed by till victory was won. He refused to receive any part of the meagre Republican campaign fun! forhisJexpenses,oaying out of bisown purse the cost of his stamping tour to the last cent. The Republicans of Mon tana owe a bushel of gratitude to Governor Sherman. "Bold assertion has passed current for argument, and been seconded by the per sonal effort of paid agents of the Republi can party who have been sent into the mines and among tbe laborers everywhere in the Territory.''— Independent. For bald (bawle!) assertion, commend us to the arguments of such disinterested speakers as R. Buncombe Smith, who stated to an opera bonse audience in this city that wool was 30 cents a pound higher in 1857 than in 1888. A friend suggested by way of explanation that he was com paring the prices of washed with unwashed wool. Bat this explanation is not satis factory, for the highest price was attributed to an era when "the great unwashed" were in fall swing and sway. A precinct in Georgia has reported where Republicans were allowed to vote ! This departure from the rule was contrary to instructions, bat it really happened, much to the amazement of the Confederate Democracy, who fonnd that 400 ballots had actually been polled, which left only 122, 300 for ex-rebel General Gordon for Gover nor. It is presumed that Georgia Demo crats will see to it that no snch Repub lican nonsense as that occurs again in the State. Sam Hauser will return with big win nings. Sam spoke for Grover, bat bet 4 on Harris«!. CALIFORNIA! —THE— LAND OF DISCOVERIES! 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