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The Democrats Continue to Make
Gains in Iowa
Flowers Plurality Nearly Fifty Thousand
Hahn Insults Mills and CrispClevelands
Opinion on the Election
NnwYoiiic Nov 4An extra of the World
just out 9 3i a m says The latest returns1
this mornng show Flowers plurality over Fas I
ti t r tuo > tate Is 4 > 03r > The wbole Demo
cstc stale ticket Is elected In this city Flow I
tr bpuiaiitj is nbN > 7 showing a Democratic I I
fai1g oil ot moro than ton thousand from the J
vote tar Hfl 1 in ifctis The assembly ROCS Demo
cratic by eight although the Republicans claim I
they have i I I
Conllictinff Claims In New York I I
NEW Yom Nov 1Returns received by tbe I I
Associated Press up to noon today show theI I
Democrats elect 14 benators and the Hepubll I I
cans 14 Four districts are still in doubt but i
returns 10 tar received indicato the Democrats I
wi 1 carrj three cf those and tl o Republicans I
oat Ihe same returns iud cate the the absem
by wU stand ji l Republicans 6 4 Democrats I i
Bud I County Democrat who was endorsed by
Re ublicans Of Uoaiocratic eats four are
at 11 i doubt and of the Republicans one
At midnight Associated Press returns for
New Yore s ate show I > Democrats are elected
i I
to the senate and 11 1 Uesubicans There ii
Mlh Eomt anubt ai out two cpublicaus and
OLe Den crt jn the Auwnb y there Katie
On these ligurcs the Republicans have a ma
01t > on joint ballot
Cleveland H Opinion on the Election
NEW YORK Nov EiPreoident I Grover
Cev eland today gave his opinion on the result
of ruedaj el ction as follows Any one
who stiii thinks tariff reform is a settled and
aosolulo issue or that the importance of a
eounU and safe money Is a question upju which
the people can be minded is eitaer williuilj
wrong or uai geronsij dull It seems to me
tuo the Demouata ought t be satisfied that a
Btaunch adneience to the principles or their
party does not require the almbe of those who
tliow an inclination 1 help us 1 cry much re
gret the dclcat of Governor Campbell He is a
brave honest official Ibis was a splendid
canvass be mane and entiled hiin to succesS
Vhiie the election of Flower Kusseli and
Loes ouget to cause the utmost rejoicing
umong Democrats tney should not forget wIth
thiso things come obligations to be true to
the people honest in the advocacy or our prin
ciples and decent in all things
Hie I Democratic Gains in Iowa
DESMOINIS Nov 4Tim State ficgtltr has
complete returns from e ghty three counties
received These give a cet Democratic gain of
8i t > I the gain is kept up in the remai lius
sixteen counties as it probaby will be Boies
plurality will be in the neighbornood 01 8000 a
gain of JoOO over two years ago I Boies plu
rality is Sue tne rest of the Democratic ticket
is elected by small pluralities The Republi
cans have some hopes for Van Uouten lieuten
ant governor They asj clam Sabin Repub
Lean for superintendent of instruction The
Democrat claim the whole state ticket The
Republicans control the house the Democrats
the son ite The Farmers A Dunce candidate
Westiall for governor receiver liuu votes
The Prohibition vote is not reported except in a
Jew instances but is probably very light
Returns From Fifty Counties In Iowa
DES MOINES Nov 4Fifty counties com
plete In Jowa out of a total of ninetynine in
14 the state giv e Boles Democrat a plurality over
heeler of 48 This ib a Democratic gain
over ItJ of 2fe7 The remaining counties in
189 gave Boies a plurality of lSfil 1
Accused Murderers Lynched
I BASTKONG La Nov 4W S Felon ani J
T Smith were taken from jail here by a mob
too banged The parties were accused of hay
leg murdered J Dikus a month ago
Cook County Elects Republicans
CHICAGO Nov 4Complete returns from
searlj everj precinct n Cook county show the
iutire Republan ticket was elected jesterday
The Republican candidates for county commit
loners in the city district appear to have re
ce ved majorities varying from 7001 to 110 I 0
Ihe only Democrat elected was Lyman E
C olev drainage trustee who comes in as a
ni i only leprcsentativ A significant feature
of the election is that nearly every man en
e isedby the meicin Kncwuoth ng asocl
nion appear to have b on elected
Ileiitoci site Plnralltv in Maryland
B IJIMOKE Nov 4The Democratic plural
E ity in Maryland Is IS 000 to 15 0 0 based on the
p iitial Democratic and estimated returns The legislatures
Posts Majority in Nebraska
OMAH Nov 3 Returns from the city and
state are sti meagre but careful estimates
1 give Post Republican for supreme judge COCO
majority overt dTCrton Independent Peoples
The is elected entire Republican city and county ticket
Favor Abolisblnc the Poll Tax
I BOSTON Nov Dispatches indicate the
popularv yesterday Iavored an ameddment
t the constitution abolishing poll tax
> c Chance in Ohio Results
CINCINNATI Nov Nothing in the returns
from tho missing precincts has been heard
1 since C oc ock to alter the result already re
ported The indications are McKmleys plu
read ralitj reported ts about iauuu aud the legislature as al
v Russell8 Election Concerted br 8000 I
I BOSTON Nov 4Iho Journal Republican I
SOO nt noon concedes the election of Russell by I
ilcKinleis 1ltiralities
CINCINNATI Nov 4 Figures by counties j
were received today twentysev counties of
It ficial the others tttmated The counties not I
beard irom gave last year Democrat plurah i
ties of tTtfa and Republican pluralities plural I I
Puamg those into lootings give McKinley
jnuraaty of 185S3 I I I II I
habit to President Harrison I 1
WASHINGTON Nov President Harrison i I
Las received fho following telegram from Chair I i
man Hahn of the Ohio Republican central com
niittee The Republicans of Ohio won a mag i
nfictnt vie orj the entire Republican state I i
ticket being elected Tho general assembly Is i
Republican on joint ballot by 3 to J7 msuri ng I
the Cicct on of a reidcut or uhio and a RcpuD 1
11 can to the UDtc States lnate UClUb
ti President roplled as follows Thanks
for ths god neub and congratulations for your i
b H and party upon tho victory won by the
courageous Ivocaci of right principle I
Tne Pre l uent this fternoon sent the follow
ing to MCiimlei J congralu ate jou most
heartily upon your splendid victarj won by a I I
juatuj appeal to the intelligence aud patriotism
of the people alnOjs responsive tj such ap j I
peals I
Hahns Insult to Mills and Crisp i
CoLumBus 0 Nov Chairman Hahn of j I
t the Republican state committee has receiv eJ a
large number of congratulatory telegrams
p Aruene the sender were President Harrison
Dn U joseph Manleyof Maine Hahn sent the fol I
I hig ironical telegram to Rojjer Q Mills and
gtxsjiijan Crisp v ho assisted the Democrats
1 lathj jarapaUn Allow me to congratulate crts
c < a l the able assistance you ndercd us in
i t e oho campaign McIIirucy plurality is
1 uoct to 2tM Tho ierieral assmbly Is Re
1 1 uulican by 3j to 17 on joint ballot Can you be
v in us utxt year i
Governor Campbell sent the following to his I
cacois fijl opponent Villi m McKinley I
heartily congratulate you upon your election I
I have no uoubt yon will servo the people of
Oulo with fidelity ana honesty I I
Governor vampbell received telegrams of I
sympathy on his defeat from President
Cleveland and Governor Boies of Iowa The
11 Randall club sent condolences and the hope
i 1 1m
t that its members would bo present at hli ofn
auguration to the holiest office lathe nation I I
Campbell lakes the Situation Philosophically
COLUMBtJ Ohio Nov Governor Camp
bell takes the situation philosophically and
says the Democratic party was laboring under I
to great ahandicap in Ohio because of lack of
funds to pay legitimate oxpanses of tho cam
paign He says they made the best fight they I
could in the face of a Republican majority of
11000 to start on and the combined opposition
of manufacturers and capitalists Besides all
this it was a life and death struggle with tho
Republican partj To defeat Major McKinley
one of its national leaders and the represents
tlve of its chosen idea protection meant tho
downfall and disintegration of the party itself
Party lines were closely drawn he said
McKinley Iteceivinc Congratulations
CAJTTON Ohio Nov 4Major McKInley has
gone to his hotel i order to accommodate the
crowds of people calling to congratu ate him
He is receiving numerous telegrams of congratulation
I New Jersey Leslslature Democratic
I NEW YORK Nov 4lmost complete returns I
from New Jersey show in the legislature the
Democrats will have a majority of 3 on joint
balot I
cRinllY Kept Busy Utceivinir i Dispatches j
CANTON Ohio Nov McKmley spent the j
day receiving friends and congratulatory tele
grams Two operators were kept busy all day
ectivhg messages for the governor elect i
Among the set ders were General It A Alger
r of Michigan and J Sloat Fa sett the defeated
candidate for governor of New York I
Democrats Concede Jolleys Election i
YANKTON S D Nov 5At Democratic
quarters the election oJ Jolley Republican to I
Congress bv 3 50J is conceded
fIley s Plurality I I I
Sr PAUL Nov 4Reports from the con 1
gressional election in South Dakota are very
slow in coming in but enough is received to in t
cUrate the certain election of Jol ey Repub j j
Ican iO Congress by a good vote The vote
for Smith Independent is away below what J
had been c aimed and conceded for hin Jol1
i icjs plurality will probably be from 3000 to I
5000 I
Notice of Contest scuts
WASHINGTON Nov 4 Notices of contest of I
seats of six memberselect to the House in the
t rifty second Congress have been filed as fol 1 I I I I
I bows Henry T Noyes vs I H Rockwell I
I i Twenty elcbt New Ycrk di trirt John 1 Rev I
i nods vs George W Shouk Twelfth Pcnnsjl i I i
vania Thomas Greevy vs Edward facull i I
i Twentieth Pennsylvania Alexander Craig vs <
Andrew Stewart I
i TwentyfourthPcnn a
Thoma E Miller vs W Elliott seventh South I
Carolina John V McDuffy vs Louis ourpin I
N nth Alabama In Pennsylvania tho cases j I
coutesteos are Republicans in the other cases I
i the contestees are Democrats I
Governor Russell Interviewed I
I BOSTON Nov Governor Russell this morn I
ing claims his election by about 6 000 Ho said
I means that Massachusetts is earnestly for I
tariff reform on the line of free raw material
which has been the chief issue in this tate It
I sound also means currency she 1 firmly and aggressively for
The Heralds Comment i
I NEW YORK No 4The Herald saya We I
are convinced the election of Flower will prove
to be a sort of buomerang to the Democratic
party in the pros dential campaign next year I
J und a blessing in disguise to the Republicans
Comments of the London Press
LONDON Nov Commenting on the elec
tions in the United States the Daily Xeics says
It ii not easy to draw a moral where the most
I I important contests yield diametrically o po
I sue results McKinleys victory is a most
j striking event for Europe but it may easily be I
exaggerated or misunderstood He was proba
j bly elected not as a protectionist butas a mod
crate opponent to free silver
The Chronicle says The election Flower
cannot be considered I counterblast t the re
suit in Ohio because was secured by as cor
rupt means us ever American political records
can show Ail honest people desiious of decent
government wanted the election of Faseit
but Tammany Hall was too much for the re
I formers It is now probable we shall hear of
i McKinley as a Presidential cand d ite To cer
tain he will stand on the high
tari platform McKinleys election indicates
I theoverwhelming power of money nonopoly
and vested interests in American politics
The Sfamlaid says The result will cause a
j waiting policy on the side of the Republicans
1 I who jnuy hope in November i ext to take ad
vantigeofso c Democratic mistake or some
sudden accession of pop ilurlty on the part of
the gmernment to reverse the decision now
I recorded
The Junes tb ns it is Dosslbie c Democratic j
victory in Ohio would not have pleased alt sec
I tions of the party because it would have fore
shadowed a set m at next years convention
lI is d ubiful whether McKinley s achievement
I is inking enough to vindicate his policy or to
advance his claims to a presid ntial nomina
I I lion I may be taken for grant d the result
i will thrust into the background the United
I States governments policy of bullying Chili
Republican Plurality Penniylvanii
I PHILADELPHIA Nov 4 Complete figures
from fiftythree counties and estimates from
the other fourteen counties show the Republi
I can plurality is fiftj to fifty fiv e thousand
Governor Boies Plurality
I WATERLOO low a Nov 4Advices received
by Governor Boles from sixty five counties
I with estimates from the remaining thirty four
place his majority at nine to ten thousand As to
the legislature the governor is advised tho
i enate will be T Democrats Republicans
1 the house is abe m evenly divided between tho
j two parties with the exception that live mem
I bers are el cted by the Union Labor and Farm
I ers Alliance parties
Governor KnscieU4 Plurality
BOSTON Nov 4 I is estimated in the whole
t state Russell received loG000 and Allen l5l00
leaving the gov rnor a plurality of about 0
j LIcuton int Governor Hale and the balance of
I the Repiu can stale ticket are elected by
i ample pluralities Stite Auditor Trefiy Demo
i crat Is defeated Returns for the legislature
i are very incomplete The senate will be Re
publican The hoes has complete returns
I I tram U7 members I little more than half and
these stand D2 Republicans to 41 Democrats
The executive counc 1 will probably stanc 7 Re
publicans to I Democrat
Helms Mnjoritv in Colorado
DEWER Nov 4Returns still come in slowly I
but sufficient has been received to determine
Helm Republican is chosen chief justice by
seen to ten thousand majority With tho ex I
ception of Lake and Las Animas counties the i
Republicans elected tho entire ticket in every
county in the state I I
Crushing Defeat for the Kansas Alliance I
TOPEKA Kan Nov 4The I
TOPEKA 4Te Alliance met a
crushing defeat yesterday The general result
has been indicated by returns from ten judicial
districts In only one was the Alliance candi I
date successful electing W Bashore In nine I I
districts tho remaining seven successful candi
dates are Republicans and two Democrats In i
i two districts the Republic and Democrats i
combined against the Alliance I i
I special to the star Independent from To
peka says Democrats and Republicans alike I
profess to believe the Peoples party is out of
power to stay out and the fight next year will
be on the old lines wi
I Russells Plnralltv Galnlnsr
BOSTON Nov 4At 2 32 a m returns from
all but four towns show Russells plurality 5091
The four missing towns last year gave Russell
a plurality iK I
Latest New York Returns i
NET YORK Nov 4The Heralds returns I
from the state say the senate is a tie and in the i
house the Republicans are 09 Democrats 59 I
Slavers plurality is given as 45446 I
I Cattle for Breeding I
BERLIN Nov 4The Bremen Senato has is
sued a decree permitting the importation of i
British ana American cattle for breeding pur I
poses on presentation of a certificate of origin I
and a satisfactory report Irom the state rater
marina Ihe cattle imported for other pur
than will bo isolated i
poses breeding i ono month I
at the expeass of parties owning same j I i
Canadian Cabinet Crisis Over
OTTAWA Ont Nov 4The cabinet differ I i
ences have been arranged and the political
crisis is over temporarily At a conference this i i
morning Secretary of State Chapleau acreed to
continue his present position for a time and I I
to succeed Hon Edgar Oowney us minister of
the interior when the latter retired to become
lieutenant govsrnor of British Columbia J A
Qulmett exspeaker of the house of commons
will succeed Chapleau as secretary of commons
n Angers at present lieutenantgovernor A
Quebec will become minister agricultnre
i re
placing Senator John Carting agcnltnre I
I was by Masked Men Just Out
of Omaha
A Man in Topeka Murders His Baby Denvers
City Jailer Gets Drunk and Begins
Shooting Promiscuously I
O AnA Neb Nov 4Speclal telegram to I
TIIK HKRALD Kansas City and St Joseph I
passengers on the Missouri Pacific trim which
left Omaha at to 3 tonight were treated to an
old fashioned hold Up at West Side a suburb
at 11 oclock Four masked men took charge I I
of the tram when it stopped at the station and I
they covered the engInes and fireman with
Winchesters while the others proce aed to I
plunder the train with drawn revolvers They
approached the coaches and ordered the pas
sengers to throw up their hands At tho
door they retreated and attacked the coach
By threatening to blow open the door
with dynamite the messenger was induced to
anmit the robbers and tho car was plundered I
The officers refuse to givo any information as t
the amount booty secured but it Issaid that
large sums for Kansas City and St Louis banks I
wcr secured Tho officers are chasing the
robbers in ihe river bottom at midnight The
robbers arc armed with Winchesters and re I
volver but are on foot All were masked The
robbers are known to have gotten the entire I
contents of the strong box containing many
thousands of dollars I
The Accident at the Anaconda ne I
BUTTE Mont Nov 4Speclal telegram to
TILE HEUALD At an early hour this morning
one of the most disastrous mile accidents that
ever occurred in Montana took place at the An
aconda copper mine located on the hillside
just above the citynino men being hurled from
a cage und instantly killed The cage contained
twentyone persons ten on one deck and eleven
I on the other and was being hoisted from the
II 0 foot level to the surface When within
300 feet of tee surface however a broken guide
timber was encounteed with tho resul that
nine men were swept jrom the decks by the jar
and dropped 0 feet AS a natura1 consequence
of such a fall the bodies were dashed to pieces
brains and skulls living m all directions and
spluttering the timbers and stations below i he
I names of ihe victims aep James ODonnell
James G Sullivan John Ritchie James Roach
William 11 Martin Pal Mulligan M McEvov
and Charlos M Evans of Clear Creek Colo
One of the men has not yet been identified but
ho is supposed to be a Finlander With the
ex option two the heads of all the men were
mashed out of all semblance to humanity and
they could be recognized only by pieces of
i I clothing
Denvers Jailor on r Tear
DENVER Nov lLSpecial telegram to TIE
HERALD Pete Daily jailor of the city cele
brated today by getting very drunk In front
of John Murphys saloon on Larimer street at
about U I oclock to night ho had a row with one
I Weton a dive keeper and pulling h s pistol be
gan firm promiscuously 1 chit two men one
a reporter named Weton and another whose I
I name cannot be learned
I Murdered Ills Kr by i
TOPEKA Kans Nov 4Frank McLain a
scavenger is under arrest for the murder of his
nine months old son The child died yester
day McLain has three daughters who told in
sckool yesterday that their father had
taken the baby by the heels and pounded
1 agaltst the door The story was spread
by the school children and this morning
the body was taken charge of by the police and
a post mortem proved beyond a doubt the child
had been treated in a most brutll manner The
face was covered with scars the left ear was
I deeply gashed tho body bruised in
several places and tho left leg broken
I The coroners jury decided death was
the result of willful and malicious inhuman
l I treatment at tho hands of McLain As soon as
the Inquests result was generally known a
mob began to collect around the city jail clam
oring for the murderers life The officers as
sured the leaders that McLain was not confined
there A committee searched the jail and re
ported the pnsluor was not to be found The
I I mob then made a search of the court house The
sheriff assured them he was removed beyond
their reach I is believed McLain is secreted
I in an insane asjlum and the mob may deter
mine to search that place At midnight the
mob dispersed having concluded it was useless
to make a further search lor the murderer
Killed in the Anaconda Shaft
BuTtE Mont Nov 4At midnight last
night when one shift of men at the Anaconda
mine was relieving another seventeen men
nero killed by the falling of the cage anl two
fatallyinjured A cage full of miners returning
1 from work stepped out into the open air Their
i places were at once taken by nineteen men
j I who were to tae up the work they had just
abandoned and tho cage started toward the
depths below The rope had been unwound
1 but a couple of times from the slowly revolving
I windlass when theio was a sudden snap and a
I CT of horror from the shaft The ropo had
I broken and the cag with its nineteen inmate
precipitated to the bottom of the mine I was
j some little t me before assistance could be sent
them A number of miners who were through
I work and waiting to be relieved wore at the I
bottom of the shift waiting fir the cage to take
them out Amidst them narrowly missin
some the cage Cashed Little could be don
t Of the nineteen men who made the fearful ride
seventeen were dead Their forms were
crushed out of all semblance of human beings
I while two were breathing they have no hope
of recovery
I Ground Broken on the Intercontinental Railroad I
BROVV SV1ILE Texas Nov 4Ground yes
terday was broken aud work commenced on the
Intercontinental railroad which is to connect
the America United States with Mexico and Central I
Religious Riot in Persia I
LONDON Nov 4ln a religious riot at Mazan I
deran Persia the mob tot fire to the house of
General Sardal Gooly Khan who was killed
with twenty dependents
Barillas Leas Dictatorial
ST Louis Nov 4A special from the City of
Mexico says Advices received from Guatemala
say that where President Barillas heretofore
muzzled the press and banished journalists the
most absolute liberty in writing is now allowed
and newspaper men are taking advantage of the
opportunity to score the government His
change of heart Ii occasioned by his terror that
he will be deposed before his term of office ex
I pires in December His pr v ions arbitrary acts
here made him so unpopular that should he at
I tempt imprison another journalist a revolu
tion would follow Barillas is advised by his
i friends and cabinet to leave Guatemala but
this he sbl o do until after the election i
His mode at present is simply tho only means i
bo can devise to bold the proidoncv until tho
the expiration of his term He also assured
I Salvador through her lately appointed min
ister that he does not oeslre war with thas
I country I
Chinese Antl Christian Manifesto
I Special to THE HEiiAto Examiner Cable
LONDON Nov 1The Tines publishes this
morning tho following from Singapore Ad
vices from Hunan twelve days oid say that the
literati and gentry there havo issued a mani I
festo ordering I search for and expulsion of
native Christians resident in Hunnn or visiting I
there Christian native officials arc threatened I
with disfavor at Pekln The manifesto says i
that all Christi churches should be destroyed
and their property seized Tho humane will
defend China and expel tho foreign wi
Tiensin advices fifteen days old say that Gon
oral Tchcng Ki Kong has been brought thero
for trial by Li Hung Qhang The trial is ex
pectcd to isaac
Accidentally Shot
Special THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
Saturday G W Price son of Dr Price of Chi
cago and a member of the Price Baking
Powder company A C Fleignar of the noted
extract company of Chicago and J B Cobb
of the Denver Omnibus and Carriage company
with V I Hubbard of Spring Vahey near
Glonwood Springs as guide outfitted hero and
started for a two weeks hunt on the Big
Muddy Last night they camped in Gerome I
park at tho head of Thompson creek In Pitkin
county in place called Dunns Dugout Sotre
time during the nIght Mr Price who It is I
claimed was a somnambulist wont outside of
the dugout leaving the others asleep Upon
his return he crawled Into the room on all
fours Hubbard awoke and called out Whos
there I and called to the dog but as the dog
became frightened and no answer was given
Hubbard exclaimed Boys I believe its a
bear give me a gun quick and Cobb hastily
handed him a 45callore Colts revolver and
without further thought Hubbard fired two
shots one of which passed through the top of
Prices head Intj his body causing death in
about two hours The party returned Immedi
ately with the body to Marion where an engine
was procured and all came to Glen wood Springs
this afternoon Coroner G Clark immediately
summoned a jury and a verdict of accidental
shooting was rendered
An Oregon Bank Itoubcil
LAGRANDE Nov Information was re
ceived here this morning that tho Farmers
Mortgage and Savings bank of Summerville
Ore wa entered last night i by two masked
men who at the point of a pistol compelled the
cashier to give up about SlfcOJ I
The Case Against A Irambull Dismissed
Los ANGELES Cal Nov 4Judge Ross of
the United States district court dismissed the
case against Richard Trumbull and George N
Burl charged with violating the neutrality
jaws and discharged the defendants on the
ground that tho evidence was insufficient
Maverick Bank Affairs I
BOSTON Dec 4Examiner Ewer of the
Maverick National bank says he hopes to get
out within three or four days some sort of I I
statement that will enable the other banks to
judge of the advances that shill be made de
positors He intimates it will be a good deal
worse than has been anticipated
lony Hart Dead
WORCESTER Mass Nev 4Tony Hart died
this morning at tho Worcester lunatic hospital
where he has been confined for many mouths
What I A Evans Credl or Will Get
BOSTON Nov 4Assignee Pope estimates
the creditors of Irving A Evans Li Co will get
50 cents on the dollar
San Francisco Endeavoring to
Secure Both
Democrats and Republicans Unite for This
Purpose De Yonnc Authored to Offer
Inducements to the Republican
batlonal Committee
SAN FRANCISCO Nov 4A large and enthusiastic
thusiastic meeting Including nearly all the
prominent Democrats and Republicans In the
city was helJ tonight to consider what induce
ments San Francisco could offer to persuade
both political parties to hold their national
conventions here next year Mayor Sanderson
ailed the meeting to order Irving M Scott
was elected chairman A long discussion followed
lowed M H DeYoung called attention to tho
offers of eastern cities to pay a large part of
the expenses of the delegates and said he
thought it would bo necessary for success that
ban Frincisco should pay all expenses includ
ng the transportation hotel bills eto of the
entire convention of either ace or both political
parties He estimates this would amount to
Ii0000 for each After DeYoungs speech the I
meeting unanimously adopted the following
resolution 1
Whereas the Republican national committee I I
me ts in two weeks and this bojly has not time
to formulate immediately the various induce
ments that the citizens of this city will offer for
holdinl the Republican national convention in
this city
Resolved That M H DeYoung the California
representative in the Republican national com
mittee bo authorized to offer such inducements
as in his judgment will procure the holding of
the next national convention in this city and
we pledge ourselves to sustain and carrv out all
such offers bv ev ry means in our power
The Democratic national convention wU be
considered at future meet ng there being no
necessity for haste in that case
Trial of Prof C A lrlls
NEW YORK No4The New York Presby
tery assembled this morning in the Scotch
Presbyterian church for the purpose of begin
ning tho trial of Prof Charles A Briggs on tho
charge of heresy based upon language used by
him in his inaugural address in Union Theolog
ical seminary Dr John C Bliss presided as
moderator There was a lull attendance
One of the chief charges against Dr Briggs is
that he d sputes tho inerrancy of tho Bible Tho
professor road a paper objecting to the form of I
the charges preferred stating the report of the
committee which formulated the indictment
against him charges offenses which are not now
proposed for trial The committee charges him
with uttering doctrinal teaching respecting
miracles original condition of man etc with I
out attempting t prove tho charge This Dr
Briggs said did him great Injustice and was apt
to prejudice the decis on of the members He I
said i he caused widespread anxiety in the
presbvtery he was sorry but in his conscience I
he felt no guilt in regard to disturbing the I
i eace and harmony of the church He further
added that tho charges were general and ob
scure and irregular in form throughout There
is nothing in tho spec fications that can bo I
I tested by the defendant Ho admitted the ex
tracts from his address were made on the occa
I sion of his maugur 1 as president of Biblical
I theology in Union Theological seminary The
facts relied upon to sustain the charges were
I missing in the indictment He said mao the In
dictm nt contained insinuations wholly unwar
I ranted He dnkd he ever taught doctrines
conflicting with tho Holy Scriptures as the only
I infallible rule of faith and practice
This afternoon the resolutions of Dr Van
Dyke were taken up Dr Van Dyke made a
dignified earnest plea in support of the propo t
sition to dismiss the case against Dr Briggs I
After an extended discuEson the resolution to
dismiss was read and a vote taken resulting
for to JO against The action however does
not end the controversy as it will undoubtedly
be taken before the New York synod
KxUoveinor Marks Dead
NAsnviLtE Tenn Nov 4ExGovernor
Albert S Marks died suddenly at Vie Maxwell
house early this morning
lllrschfleld iii Co Suspend
BERLIN Nov 4The suspension announced
yesterday was that of Hirschlleld 8 Wolff bank
ers heir liabilities amount to WO 000 marks
The losses fall upon aristocratic depositors
Run on 1 Bank
BOSTON Nov 4The run on tho Five Cent
Savings bank continues this afternoon The
savings bank commissioners when they exam
I ined the hanle declared it sound
I An Appeal in the itata Case
II WASHINGTON Nov 4An appeal has been
ordered by the attorney general from the de
cision case of the court at Los Angeles in the Itata
I Washington Rioes
WASHINGTON Nov 4Five furlongs Prom
enade won Balbriggan second Schuylkill third
Five Furlongs Mollle V won Noonday sec
ond Ballerat third limeiOJ
Mile and an eighth Senorita won Abl sec
ond Judge Morrow third TimoI n5Ji
Mile Mary Stone won Prather second
I George W third rmoI 1 42
Mile and a half over hurdles St Luke won
I Herculo second Tutunty third Time 251
I Garfield Park Races
lov furlongsJ J won
j I Specdwest second Morso third Timel 117
j Six furlongs Mayor Nolan won Indus 1Y
i ond Vontromp third Time 110
Six furlongs Costa Rica won Ann Elizabeth
second Ed Leonard third TimeI Elzuboth
I Mile Rio Grande won rillide se cond W B
third Time 144 >
Six furlongs stout won Jim Dunn second
Haelhurst third Time 115
I Mile and an eighth hurdles Wlnslow won
Longshot second Spectator third lime 210
Disposition of Seized Lottery Mater
WASHINGTON Nov 4The treasury depart
ment has directed that lottery matter seized in
violation of the postal union convention shall
be hold as Illegal importations and for shal
present treated as unclaimed merchandise but
excluded from sale until further orders
OBrien Reiterates His Charges
Made at Longford
He Tells What Passed ThereRedmond and
Ilarrincton ReplyThe Chief of
Ordnances Report
DUBLIN Nov 4Dispatches from Waterford
where the convention of tho National federa
tion Is being held say great excitement pre
vails The streets are crowded with uproarous
mobs ready for any kind of disturbance Timothy
thy Healy who was horsewhipped yesterday
by McDermott nephew of Parnell was one of
the speakers He ball he had not been deterred
by violence from pursuing the course he map
ped out for himself and repeated his language
in reference to the widow of the Irish leader
which he used at Longford Sunday and which
led to his chastisement at the hands of McDer
Dlllion on arriving at Waterford was received
with mingled cheers and hisses Three hun
i dred police guarded the federation delegates on
I their way to the convention ihe pollen re
pelled repeated charges by the mob Parnell
ite sympathizes tried to rush through the en
I trance to the city hall but were bean back
The convention proceeding Dillon confirmed
OBrien Boulogne revelations and added the
men now calling him traitor telegraphed him
while in New york offering him the leadership
in succession to Parnell Harnngtou Reel
mond and other prominent Parnelhtes joined In
the request which was m de after he declared
atraii st the leadership of Parnell all promised
it he Dillon took the chairmanship they would
be his loyal followers He had done nothing
since that
Dillon left the convention hall and on his way
to the railway station was guarded by the
police and a hundred priests The mob fol
lowed and kept up a continuous attack until
Dillon obtimed shelter in the station Anum
ber of skulls were cracked Ihirty delegates
while crossing the toll bridge were thrown to
the ground and tramped upon Many were
badly hurl and bleeding profusely when rescued
by the polite Several thousand Parnellites
held the approaches to the convention hal and
everywhere stru k down their opponents The
whole quay a mile in length was the scene of
savage figntlng Many persoas were taken to
the hospital
Redmond and Harringtons Statement
DUBLIN Nov 4John Redmond and Timo
thy Harnngton have issued a statement In re
ply to OBriens recent revelations in connec
tion with the Boulogne negotiations They
characterize OBriens statements as artful and
dishonest misrepresentations a shameless
breach of confidence and a wanton outrage on
tho memory of the dead leader They accuse
Dillon and OBrien with suppressing various
letters which passed between the Parnellites
and vjessrs Gladstone and Morley They also
allege OBrien was not satisfied with the prom
ises of the Liberals and in support of their
statement challenge him to publish the letter
which they say lie wrote to Morley begging him
to amend his assurances and Morleys reply in
which be refused to alter a single comma
Report of Chief of Ordnance
WASUINGT0N Nov 4 Gensral Flngler
chief of ordnance in his annual report to the
secretary war says the labor involved and
the difficulties to be surmounted in supplying
the fortifications with new model disappearing
carriages for large guns is perhaps greater
than that of supplying tho guns themselves
Unfortunately this work is some years behind
the guns The department is In great need of a
well equipped sea coast carriage factory for
this work and the report recommends an ap
propriation for further enlarging the facilities
for tho manufacture of carriages at the Water
town arsenal
Tho department thus far has completed but
two 8inch and one 10 inch breech loading steel
rifled guns The first hmch gun was tested
with German smokeless powder with tho signitt
cant result of fifty uounus of the compouna giv
lag the projectile a higher velocity with about
the same pressure as 125 pounds of black
The time allowed the Pneumatic Dynamite
gun company for the delivery of ten guns has
been extended January next for the first de
liveries and to July for the last Among esti
mates submitled is f326000 for the equipment
of the uth wing of the army gun foundry
Ii112tUo for oU tempered and annealed steel
for 8 10 and llMuch guns including the parts
required for the manufacture of a type of 16
Inch gun The recent Improvement in the re
sistlng power of ships armor would seem to still
further emphasize the already recognized nec
essity for guns of this calibre as It would be
foolish to conclude that improvement in the re
sisting power of armor has reached its final
limitrand as much time is required for com
pleting I type of gun of such high power as
may have become an abosolute necessity for
overcoming such lesutanco the sooner work
Is commenced the better Other estimates are
for steel 12 inch sea coast mortars i725lW <
their carriages t4tU5CO Carriages for new 8 lu p
and 12inch guns l8U5OCO Enlargement of the t
carriage plant at Watertown Mass 161000
armor piercing projectiles iO 0 deck pierc
ing U inch shells 3100000 alteration of 15 and I
16inch carriages 100000
The leport describes at length the exhaust
Ive experiments made by tho department with
magazine small arms Including the latest
European models On this subject the report
says Reports from our army of how an ex
pert soldier can lire tie present service Spring
field single loader with tho accuracy generally
needed in action is about twenty generaly
minute As far as rapidity of firing alone
is concerned these reports reduce
I somewhat the almost universally stated
J necessity for an immediate change to the mag
azine system I is imnortant to state that up
to the present time the investigations made and
the knowledge gained by this department have
not demonstrated so much excellence in the
magazine arms which have been adopted by
I foreign nations as was expected and have not
1 shewn such perfection in tear one of them nn
could warrant Its adoption for our < service w I
I is this
hoped country can produce better arms
and until it has been demonstrated i cannot
li would be wise to defer a change from tne
excellent singleloader now In service to the
I magazine system No effort will be spared
j to arrive at an excellent magazine arm
The new calibre J i Springfield is said to
I have been very successful with smokeless
I powder
McDermott to Have a Sliver Whip
DUBLIN Nov 4Tbe ladies of Longford have
decided whip to present McDermott with a silver
Withdrawal of Commissioners Denied
WASHINGTON Nov 4The dispatch stating
the three commissioners for tho Worlds fair
In Chili had been withdrawn by order of the
director general is pronounced at the head
quarters of the Latin American bureau in this
city as absolutely false in every particular
A Mexican Consul Recognized
WSHIIGTON Nov 4Tho President has
recognized Carlos Fernandez Pasologna as con
sul for Mexico at Deming N M
Sendlnir Crews Through Canada
LoNDoN Nov 4The English admiralty has
decided to send a crew to the manofwar
Champion via Halifax Canadian Pacific rail
way and Esquimault Hitherto it has been the I
custom t send the crews of ships recommis i
stoned to the Pacific by way of Colon I
Effect of the Failure on tho Bourse
BERLIN Nov 4Tho suspension of E F
Hirschfiold Wolf bankers though it does iot
effect the bourse generally caused a drop in the
shares of the Palsmhafler brewery the best ot
its kind in the market of 80 per cent It Is re
ported the Emperor and Prince Henry lost a
largo amount by the suspension and that the
minister of worship lost his entire fortune
Many leading aristocracts are badly involved in
the suspension
Judgment Against the Scranton Steel Co
NEW YORK Nov 4A judgment for 125000
has been entered against the Scranton Steel
company on notes for pig Iron furnished by W
R Hart Co of Philadelphia
Headless Body of a Man
PAHIS Nov 4The headless body of a man
entirely nude Was found In a cellar in Rue
International Peace Congress
ROME Nov 1The International Peace con
gress on motion of the German delegates de
cided the French language should be spoken
curing the proceedings
Chancing Importers Oaths
WASHINGTON Nov 4In view of the fact
that the present tariff act changes In some re
spects the conditions under which free entry can
b e made of wearing apparel personal effects
books and household effects the treasury de
partment has modified the form of
oath or declaration heretofore em
ployed so It snail correspond to the
present laws In the case of wearing apparel
and personal effects an Importer is required to
declare the articles actually In use and neces
sary and appropriate for the journey comfort
and convenience of the Importer and not in
tended for any other person or for sale In the
matter of books and household effects an Im
porter is required to declare they were owned
and used abroad for not less than oneyearprior
to importation
Serious Riot in Funklen China
SAN FR NCISCO Nov 4The following Chi
nese advices have been received per steamer
City of Janeiro Particulars of a serious riot in
the province of Funkien have reached Hong
Kong The scene of the trouble is Tehhua
which was attacked by SCOO insurgents One
unfortunate fell in the hands of the insurgents
who nailed hid hands and feet to a board and I i
cut him up by piecemeal For three days the j I j
city hold out Tao insurgents seized a favor j
able moment to send a large force under cover
of their own fire to storm the defenses A
bloody struggle ensued resulting la favor of
the attacking party They liberated all pris
oners At last accounts 1000 imperial troops
were on the march against the rebels
Damage by the Storm in Japan
YOKOHAMA Nov 4The damage caused by
the storm September 14 was very serious It
is now definitely known eightytwo lives were
lost and that 3700 houses were destroyed and
760 vessels carried out to sea or sunk Great
damage was caused to crops The loss to prop
erty is roughly estimated 51000000
Orleans sued for Damages
VIENNA Nov 4The Xeue FreiePresse states
on arriving in Vienna the Duke of Orleans was
served with a citation for damages of JE20COO In
the Melbau divorce case
Speculation Ruined the Maverick
BOSTON Nov 4The Journal says ot the
Maverick tank failure Speculation Is the one
word that explains all speculation In stocks
and grain with Maverick bank funds backing
the deals The first great speculation of the
bank was by French and Potter In New York
and New England railroad stocks It was suc
cessful from a financial point of view but m
that success lay concealed the ultimate ruin of
the bank In the New York and New England
deal the bank hinds wore used to a startling
No Etequatlon for Consul Rand
MADRID Nov 4The government organ de
clams the trovornment will not consent to give
an exoquation to Mr Rind American consul to
the Caroline islands on account of his supposed
connection with the Methodist missionaries
whose influence over natives is a cause of worry
to the Spanish authorities and Catholic monks
The Traffic Association of Cali
Merchants Manufacturers and Producers to
Luck Horns With the Great Ball
road Combination
SAN FRANCISCO Nov 4The working plan
of the traffic association of California was made
public today The purposes and aims of the
association are set forth in an address signed
by all the members of the executive committee
The text of the address Is as follows
To the Merchants Manufacturers and Pro
ducers of California
The necessary arrangement preliminary to
the permanent organization of the California
Traffic association having been accomplished
the committee now calls for the enroll
ment of the names of all mer
chants manufacturers and producers who
wish to lend their support both
moral and financial to the movement destined
to mark an epoch in the commercial history of
our state The great railway lines which
reach this state have formed a gigantic
combination whose ramifications extend to
Canada The combination has subsidiary
steamships by way of Panama rates of freight
have been arbitrarily determined and in en
deavoring to secure a readjustment you
cave had to contend with this power
ful combination individually and alone
To you is now offered the opportunity of pine
ing yourselves in a position so that you may
stand upon equal ground with the combination
It is not proposed to use the power which this
association will have in a hasty or 111 advised
manner Only when all negotiations fall will
this association make its full power felt it pro
poses to deal with transportation companies on
business propositions as business men and it
hopes by business methods to secure such rates
and facilities as will afford California an en
larged market The association does not in
tend to confine itself to transcontinental
traffic alone but take within its scope matters
pertaining to local coastwise and transPacific
Bill Howard is Killed at His
Fathers House by Officers
He Was Charged with Robbing the Stage
Between Redding and Lakevievv
Cal Last October
REDDING Oslo Nov 4Bill Howard who
with Abe Jones is charged with robbing the
stage between Lakeview and Redding October I
7 is also suspected of being concerned in the f
stage robberies of October 1Q and 23 was shot
and killed at his father house three miles from
Redding last by officers who had been watch
ing for him A week ago today Howard Jones
and a man named JJek Rice were arrested near
Alturas Modac county but Jones and Howard
escaped Howards father was arrested and an
officer concealed in the house when Howard
went uthere shot him while he was turning to
runaway When he discovered this fact Rice
made a confession implicating Rower and
Jones in six sensational robberies which oc
curred lately The search for Jones will bo con
Suicides on a Sacred Mount
VICTORIA B C Nov 4The steamer Sus
sex just arrived from Japan brings word that
live English naval officers named Casselton met
with an American from Philadelphia and formed
a plan to climb to the summit of Yiaml the
sacred mount of Japan taking with them fire
works to explode from the summit They
started with two guides from among the group
of astounded natives The guides at the end of
two days signified their intention to commit
suicide if tho party did not turn back Tho
threat having no effect the guides walked in
front of the tourists and with the stroke of a I
sharp knife each disembowled himself dying
instantly The youngest of the Casseltos
brothers aged 18 pullln hisrevolver shot him
self The rest of the party sickened by this
fearful scene turned back and after two days
hard work succeeded in making the descent
Kentucky Rnclne Association Assigns
LEXINGTON Ky Nov 4 The Kentucky As
sociatlon of Racing today made an assignment
for the benefit of creditors Liabilities < 2000
assets SWOOO to 5IOOULO It is thought pnvate
parties will buy the course and put It en a
A Russian Military Train Wrecked
ST PETCRSBTRG Nov 4A military train
was wrecked at Ivangorod three soldiers being
Killed and fifteen injured
A number of provincial assemblies prop ee to
close all saloons in the famine districts to pre
vent peasants spending relief money for drink
Frenchs Bondsmen Rejected
BOSTON Nov 4Both bondmen offered for
Jonas H French the Maverick bank director
were rejected by Commissioner Hallctt Up to
a late hour toni ght French was unable to ob
tain satsfactory bondsmen and remains in the
custody of a United States deputy marshal
A Revolution Breaks Out and
Martial Law Reigns
A Law Depriving the President of the Veto
Power the Cause The BoKlmoreJSald
to bo In Great Cancer
LONDON Nov 4A dispatch received here
from Rio da Janeiro Brazil brings news of
what seems to be another revolution Congress
the dispatch says is dissolved and martial law
proclaimed at Rio do Janeiro and throughout
the provinces The cablegram announces a
dlctorship has been established In brazil
Further dispatches regarding the revolution
announced have broken out In Brazil are sax
iously awaited here by the financiers and mer
chants who have large Interests at stake In that
country The hope is expressed that the alarm
Ing reports received may not turn out as se
rious as at present utllned
Need of American Ships in Brazil
WASHINGTON Nor 4The reported revolu
tionary movement In Brazil accompanied by
a declaration of martial law and the establish
ment of a dictatorship Is likely to cause
another demand upon the already strained re
sources of the navy for It Is regarded as neces
sary for the protection of American interests
that a United States naval force be at hand
there In case of a formidable outbreak The
only vessels attached to the South Atlantic
station in the vicinity of Rio de Janeiro are the
Essex and TallahoosH The first Is an old
wooden cruiser the second is worn out and of
fered for sale The Boston Is somewhere off
the Brazilian coast cnroute to the Pacific but
It is not probable elm will bo detained The
Yorktown however was at Bahla Brazil
Saturday and probably will bo ordered by cable
to remain there or return to Santos notwith
standing the fact that she also is on her way
to the Pacific station Meanwhile the work of
repair on the Newark at Boston Is being
pressed and in case of an emergency Admiral
Gherardls flagship the Philadelphia now on
her way to the West Indies from New York
could be ordered by cable to proceed to Rio de
Cause of the Brazilian Crisis
LTSEON Nov 4A cipher dispatch from Rio
de Janeiro attributes the crisis there to the
Brazilian Congress in passing a bill depriving
the President of the right of veto All tele
grams are subject to strict censorship
Tioops Guarding Public Buildings
LONDON Nov 4The Times Rio de Janlero
correspondent says troops are guarding the
public buildings
Nashville Races
NASHVILLE Nov 4 Thirteen sixteenths of a
mile Queenie Irowbridjo won Jack Star sec
ond Ora third Time 123
Mile and one sixteenth Hydy won Hueneme
second Somerset third TimelIIL
Handicap eleven sixteenths of a mile Little
Billy won Tom B second Ceverton third
Time 110
Handicap nine furlongs Van Baron won
Melanie second Princess LImo third Time
Five furlongs Clmty won Alary second
Buckhound third Tlmel02
The Baltimore in Serious Danger
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
NEW YOUK Nov 4The Sun publishes the
following from London i A private dispatch re
ceived from Valparaiso says that the American
cruiser Baltimore Is in serious danger and that
the Chilians believing war Inevitable will not
allow the United States to select their own
time to declare war but will suddenly give
Egan his passport and at once attack the Bal
timore so as to have the first blow at advan
tage It is not believed among the foreign
residents of Valparaiso that the other foreign
menofwarnt Valparaiso harbor would per
mit a treacherous act upon Captain Scbley but
would demand that fair notice be given him to
quit Valparaiso Captain Schley however is
keeping a vigilant outlook
The lory press continues pour tho vial of
its wrath upon the United States in connection
with Chili the articles being apparently In
tended rather for consumption In Chili than
England or America and being well calculated
to puff that country with a great idea of Chili
capacity for defeating the Americans
The gentleman of the ricture may be heard
01 time in
again any t connection vun mo
trouble with Chili Men of his ship tne Balti
more were the American seamen assailed in
the streets of Valparaiso and the report writ
ten by him Is the document on which is based
the demands made by the United States gov
ernment against that of Chili The latest from
the captain who has become a prominent man
so unexpectedly is that he has applied to the
Intendente of Valparaiso to protect the officers
ana men of his ship who go ashore or necessary
An evasive answer having been given by the
Chilian official Captain fcchley is reported to
be taking such steps as will enforce the proper
treatment of officers ane men of the Baltlmcro
who may ba sent intoJValparatso on business
which must bo done ihe captain is a prudent
man and will avoid giving occasion of offense
to the Chilians but purchases must be made
for the use of the ship and communication
maintained between him and Minister Egan
These necessary thines will be accomplished
and Captain Schley will have the doing of Them
If reports as to the heated condition of Chilian
feeling towards the United States are not gross
exaggerations more exciting news may oe ex
pected from Valparaiso
Of the difficulty with Chili generally re
garded the United States can afford to be
patient with the weaker power and wait until
the Chilian authorities have completed the in
vestigation of the Valparaiso outrage which is
now In progress belore taking occasion to
adopt extreme measures There seems to be
no reason to believe that the junta are not act
ing in good faith In requiring time for investiga
tion just as our own government assumed the
same rieht in our difficulty wilts Italy regarding
the Itallilas who were killed by the cItizens of
New Orleans
Activity In the Navy
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
NEW YORK Nov 4The Philadelphia the
flagship of the North Atlantic squadron sailed
from the navy yard at Brooklyn at 930 yester
day moaning on her way to Barbadoes her first
stopping place in the West Indies There she
will bo a thousand miles or so nearer Chill than
she is here The Philadelphia when she got to
sea had on board 3lt5 more shells than she ever
carried before Her magazine has been en
larged toe added ammunition being for the 6
Inch guns She has lOCO rounds ot ammunition
for her big guns and one hundred armor pierc
ing projectiles Her armament consists of
twelve inch breechloading rifles four six
pound rapid firing guns two onepound rapid
firing guns three revolving cannon and four
Galling guns The crew now numbers SCO men
All the ships at the navy yard are preparing
rapidly to go to sea or to be in readiness for
orders to do so The Petrel which was taking
ammunition at Fort Wadworth on Sunday and
was on her way to China was ordered back to
the navy yard by a dispatch from Washington

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