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W.ttSE TICKS FltOM THE WIRES An InLoreatlng Collnvtlon of Itma From tlia Two llvmWphtiroa I'roantd In Condeuaad Form. The United Statue eolllor Noro line ariifed at Maitiwakl, Japan. rirltinli naval preporiitloni (or poe oiblo war continue uuwlnitwl. Governor Lord of Orotjon hat Issued bi annual Tbankiigiving roclumation. Wcetorr railroad havolioenenJoltKMl from excluding PuoMoatool from I'ttoillo const point. Ordurs Iihvo boon Imund for a goneral mo vom out of troopi from Camp Meado, I'a., to the South. The London Dally Mall orgos the American people to pronounce boldly for retaining the Philippine. In Portland, Or., Andrew C, Groom, a traveling modiolno vender, uliot and killed hi wlfo iu a lodging Louse and thon blow out hi brain. Drought and hot wind have ployed havoc with Anntiallan wheat fluid. The commiiMioncr o! agriculture sny there will not be enough wheat for the local demand. , The principal girrlaon of the United Stato troop in Cuba will bo located near Havana, aoooidlng to com pie tod plan of the commission appointed to tidect camp litea. A plot bat boon discovered at Pari whiuh baa tor it objnot the fomenta tion of a general rovolt g"lnt the gov ernment in case the revlinn of the Dicyfu case toxulta favorably to the prloner. The monthly etatomont of the direct or of the mint show the total coinage at the United Slates mint during Octo ber to have own 8,600,641, a follow: tiold, 15,180,000; silver, 3, 854,191; minor coins, 00 850. William U. Hipp, of the Manillon (O.) Fire Brick Company, ha iouml option on the plant of all the leading Are brick companies of this country, and, they will toon be ptuoliaeed and operated bj a trust. Rich gold mine have Iwon 'discov ered a Terra del Furgo, according to a loport made by Frnnklln Itanoom, who ha Just returned to Clovolnnd, O., from that country Willi 1 18,000 in dust, a a result of two year' work. The mayor of Spokane hni declared an emergency, and IhsuoiI a proclama tion enrolling all persons over 81 Jem of age a ipocial conslahlea, to amiat in arresting tobbor who have boon ram pant lately. A reward of 500 is offered foi tlio conviction of any oue of the lobbors. The labor problem at Santiago is be coming serious. Native Cuban will not work, and tbe situation i mont try ing. Capital (eeklng Investment holds aloof because of the fact that there I no stable government and no aturance that labor could be boo u rod to develop properties in which money might be Invested. The Cuban assembly ha effected permanent organisation at Santa Crni. The United State, It Is said, will offer to buy tbe Philippines from Spain, Slum Is about to re-establish its lega tion In tbe United States after the lpe of many years, , ' Henry Falling, prosidont of the First National bank, of Portland, Or., and a welt-known oitiscn, 1 dead. Mr. Leslie Carter, the actio, ha filed a petition in bankruptcy at New York, (bowing liabiiitieiof $03,773 aud no assets. Two sticks of dynamite addressed to the Turkish consul at Ban Francisco,, were discovered in the mail before any bum was done. r Wooden rims for bicycles are not pat entable, according to a ruling mude by Judge Seaman In the United State oonrt at Milwaukee. Judge Uroiscup, of the United State circuit court at Chicago, rendered dooision upholding the constitutionality of the war revenue law. A revolution I imminent in Panioa, and the cruiser Philadelphia ha been orderod there to protect American in terest. The Yorktown may follow. General Miles' report on the late war has been filed. Plain statements are made, and there is no mincing of words. Facts regarding the conduct of the war Ufa clearly stated. Nikola Tcsla claim to have learned how to control vessel at a great dis tance Uy the use of nn invention upon which he Is working, torpedo boat may be sent out unmanned and guided into contact with an enemy's ship by an operator at a sa(o tlistanoe. A London coroner's jmy which ha been investigating tho death on Octo ber 89 last of Harold Frederlo, a corre spondent of tho Now York Times, ha renderod a verdict of manslaughter ngulnst Kate Lyon, a member of the lato Frederic's household, and Airs. Mills, a Christian Sriontlst. Minor N.wa Home, West Virginia is without a state debt and has a. cash surplus of 11,000,000 In banks drawing 8 por cent, Interest. Silas Packard, tho well. known edu cator and tounder of Packard business oollogo, died at bis home in Now York, oged M years. It is said that 35 per cent of the ap plications mode for divorce In North Dakota thle year were mado from Now York stato, and most of theso from LATER NEWS. Sis of the Fergus Fall train robber have boon captured. , A fire and an explosion in a store In Hanover, Mass, killed four men. According to astronomical calcula tions a shower of meteors I duo this month. - . Five honrdod men wore thrown oot of employment by a fire In a copper mine at Houghton, Mich, Havana toreador will petition Presi dent MoKlnloy to permit professional bul!-flgbt!ng in Cuba under tbe new rogjtne. With a desire to encourage Invest ment, a bill has boon sent to the Mex ican congress to exempt from taxation special privilege companies. Charles A. Wheelet out hi throat with a razor in the Woodmen' ball at Portland, Or. He left a letter, saying that drink Was the cause of bia down fall. , Ro provision was mado for tho com fort of the evacuating Spanish troop, and of those embarking at Santiago, 80 por cent are certain never to reach Spain alive. A fierce duel between the notorious Horr Wolff and the Polish deputy, Chevalier de Gniewosa, I the sensation of the boor in Vicuna. Sword were the weapons used and DoGniewos was badly wounded. . , The insurgents have taken the Island of Negro, one of the Philippine (op erated by narrow channels from Panay and Zebu, and are besciging Hollo, the capital of tbe island of Panay, and the second largest pott in tbe Philippine. Ml May Wallace, a teacher In the Pendleton academy, was shot through the body while standing by a window at the home of ber parent In that city. A Chinese youth is suspected, his motive being revenge for being expelled from class. - Five wore Instantly killed and tour other seriously Injured In a collision on Pennsylvania railroad. - Two ex press trains oi ashed bead-on by failure of the air-brakes on one of tho locomo tives to work. - All the killed and in jured men wore member of tbe crew of the wrecked train. Sickness among the soldiers in camp at Honolulu is increasing. Typhoid fever Is rampant. The military hos pital is crowded, and the nursing force I entirely Inadequate to the demand made upon it. Sinco Anguit 88, 15 soldiers have stiocumbed to various dis ease, typhoid oarrying off seven. There are no less than 808 'New York ers on the sick list. The administration has decided, say a Washington dispatch, to pay but little cash to the Don. The Philippine pub lie improvement debt will be made good, but no more. The whole amount to be allowed will probably not exceed one million. The' president and cub Inot carefully noted the sentiment of the country in regard to an indemnity as expressed at the election, and con clude that payment of the sum first pro posed would not be in accord with the will of tbe people. A new .cabinet has been formed In Japan. The Crook Indian had a fight over the election, and oue of them wa killed. At Geneva, Swltaorland, Lncbennl, the Italian anarchist who assassinated tho Empress of Austria, was sentenced to Imprisonment for life. . There is a general belief in England tbat the danger I not past, that Fashoda wa but one Incident, and that war with France la yet probable. The Cubans at Holqnin are reported to be In a terrible condition and are rotting to death without the oaro of a doctor. The death rato ia 80 day. At a council of admiral bold in Pari It was decided to fit out all French war vessels available. Thirty reserve ships bave been ordered Into commission. Lake Michigan was again swept by a northeast gale, and great damage to the sea wall has resulted. The work of re pairing the damage otoatod by the last gale I all undone, and the outer drive way In Lincoln park wa undermined. French newspapers are becoming hos tile and are oritoising tho broceodlngs of the poace commission. The Ameri cana are accused of having adopted an Irregular form of procedure in present ing the reply to the Spanish proposal. An early rupture in the negotiations is predlctod. A serious clash of authority, In whioh tho government inspector and Rod Oros agent were Involved, ocourrod in Cuba, and the warehouse at Gibara was soiled. The agent protested against the seliino, but his protest wa disre garded. He then appealed to General Wood, who promised to see that no further friotion occurred. . At Wilmington, N. C, white men provoked trouble with negroes and a fight to the death ensued, In which eight of the black were killed. Armed men patiolod the streets of tho city. The battle was precipitated by tho de struction of the plant of a newspaper rnn by a negro, and in which had been published an article derogatory to tho while women of Wilmington. The negroes were disarmed to prevent fur ther trouble. Charles G. Dawes, comptroller of tho currency, has ordered that the system of semiannual examination of national bank in effect in tho oonntiy shall ex tend over all oitio, without any exoep-J tlon, a hetetofore, Postmaster-General Smith ha Issued an order directing that Hawaiian post age stamps shall be rooognUed at their fuoe value for payment of postage on all articles mailed in Hawaii, whether addressed for delivery in the United ptta or pWivliora, NOVEMBER ELECTIONS fifty-Sixth Consrreaa Will fta Republi can Ilooa.v!t Ducoeaalul In Now York. All except three of the 45 states, Maine, Vermont and Oregon, held elec tions the first Tuesday in November. Forty-two states elected congressmen. In A lubama, Arkansas, Georgia, Ken tucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississip pi, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Virginia aud West Virginia only con gressmen were chosen. - Twenty-three of the state eleoted legislature, which will name United States senator. These are: California, Connecticut, Florida, Delaware, In diana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Min nesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, Now York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and West Vir ginia.; Summary at tha Beta ia. Theodore Roosevelt has been elected governor of New York by a plurality of 80,000. Republican losa 10 congress men, electing 15, while Democrat elected 19. The legislature will be Republican. The Ohio congressional delogation remains nnobangod, but the Republicans bave elected their state tioket by over 60,000 pluiality. Re turns from Indiana are favorable to the Republicans by about 15,000 plurality; all bnt four congressmen are Repub licans, and the legislatare Is Repub lican. In Illinois the bouse will be Democratic and tbe sonata Republican. The state is Republican by probably 80,000. In Massachusetts tbe Repub licans elected tbeir state tioket, but lost two congressmen. The fusion state VOTE OF Folio i-ar la tho Tote of Waahlnstoa aa Far aa IJelormed. s COXJNTIE8 Adams' Chrhnll. Clallnm Clark" Columbia Cowllts DouKlna Franklin Oarlleia Isiund J. (T.-raon KIiik , Kilaap .., Kittlins , Klh-kltat Irtwi Lincoln ., Kfaaon Tarlllc Plerco FkHtlt Snohomish Bookst!!'" Thurston ' W Hlikhikum .. Walla VValla" Whatcom .. ... Whitman" .. , Yakima 181 Li:n 410 13M 73 8'4 t 4 A 222 643 .on7 643 74& 450 1.47S 47 X 6T 1.12 1.2i l.S-4 2.6X4 Lr.l 279 1.5X1 I.74J 2,072 74S Totals (35,4(10 Official. Complete unotllclal. ticket win in Nebraska, but the leg islature will be Republican, they hav ing also secured four out of lix con gressmen. Governor Pingree, of Mich igan, ha been re-elected. Delaware Repnblican elect state, congressional and legislative ticket. Gage is elected governor of California over Magulre by about 80,000 plurality. In Nevada the Republicans elect MoMillan gov ernor. Colorado reports a fusion viotory. Wyoming ia Republican by 1,000 to 1.800. The fosionisls won in Idaho. In North Carolina two Re publicans out of nine were eleoted and in Tennessee two out of nine. Voor hees, Republican, 1 elected governor of New Jersey, and six of the eight con gressmen are Republican. Campbell, Democrat, will be the new congressman from Montana, and Thomas, Mormon Democrat, from Utah. Penniylavnia eleote W. A. Stone, Republican, gov ernor by a large plurality. South Da kota will have a Populist governor and a Repnblican legislature. The elec tions in the South, aa usual, went Dem ocratic. The Neat Congreea. Republican will remain in control of the SCtb congress. Almost complete returns show that they will have at least 180 votes in the house, Democrats 1C0, Populists 4, Silver Republicans 8. Tho llouae. The following table shows the strength of the difforent parties in the next house:. ' . TNft-n"(m Fifty-sixth" I STATU Alabama .. Arkansas ,. California .. .... Colorado Connecticut ..... Dnlawara Florida Georgia Iilulio Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas , Kentucky I.oulelana Maine Maryland Ma.iaichu.ett . Michigan ,. Minnesota Mlsalaalppl ..... MisHOuri ,, ...... Montana .. ..... Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire 1 jnw jersey New Tqrk North Carolina North Dakota.. Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania .. South Carolina., South Dakota.... Tenneiaea ,., Texa. tTtah Vermont ,....... Virginia ,, ....... Waohlnaton ...... Wet Virginia... Wisconsin Wyoming; Tha Next R.nata. States to elect senators in which Re publican legislatures appear to be suc cessful are: Michigan, Minnesota, Delaware, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, New York, Fcnnsylavnia, New Jersey and California. Five of these statte are now represented by Democrats, who will give way to Re publican. The other five states are now represented by Republican. The complexion of tbe next senate will be as follows: 8tat IL D, Alabama S p. e.i 'i Arkanaas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida ... , Georgia ., Idaho Illinois Indiana' Iowa .... Kanaa ..... Kentucky I-oulnlan .... Maine .... , , Maryland Maachuetti Mlael4lppl Michigan .... ............. Mlnneaota MlMourl Montana Krvada , Nebraska New Hampshire New ery New Tork Nor'h Carolina North Dakota Ohio Ornfron Pennsylvania Rhode Inland , Boutti Carolina South Dakota Tenneaaee Texas TJtah Virginia Vermont Waalnprton ... West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming .......... Totals Legislature doubtfuL s i 2 'i I i i i - si j M 14 WASHINGTON. Representatives. Supreme Judge. IT 4 XT 3 i I P -a J 2X l.iw 412 l.J',6 7S3 8X7 rw .7 2 616 ,776 6!7 6,D 450 1.E22 474 S5 KS 4.310 l.2;s 1.713 I.M1 1,04 2m 1.577 l.ftSS 1.M7 CM 273 tt'4 426 lb 7S3 871 S15 85 247 237 892 ,S 642 646 450 14 3X3 371 693 4.302 1.2o 1.677 t(W5 1.011 2V9 1.777 t4 646 20 L067 411 936 74 6.2 158 68 225 125 308 8.6S7 452 574 2"0 1.175 212 3,9 H 2.071 1.050 1,667 8,003 Vt 187 1039 1.379 1.600 874 243 ton 3S2 918 711 539 341 63 253 13 2S3 6,573 439 190 1.124 207 873 250 8,35 1.O50 1.642 2.847 893 181 1.090 1.338 1.719 m 35.447 35,561 28,374 2S.323 IN WASHINGTON. Both Repnblican Congrejamea Elected Leglilatur Bepabllcmn on Joint Ballot Araeadmaati Defeated. The state of Washington changed from Populism to the column of gold standard states, and elected Jones and Cuehmnn, the Republican nominees for representatives in congress, and Anders and Fnllerton, the Republican candi ates for supreme Judges. Their major ities appear to be between 8.000 and W. L. ("YAKIMA") JONES, Successful Republican candidate (or congress from th. siat. o( Washington. 8,600. The proposed municipal tax amendment to the constitution was badly defeated, and the woman-suffrage amendment shared the same fute. All but two legislative districts have been heard from. The legielatuie, which is composed of 84 senators and 78 representatives, now stands: Repuhlkan...M,15 1 Independent-..... 1 KuBlonlsis. .,. 18 1 House Republicana...M...,.68 I Independent. Fuslimitta ..... Doubtful..... The doubtful representatives 1 2 are from Okanogan and Wahkiakum ooun 249 239 274 1.110 1,017 1,17 470 4' 427 W 945 1,375 :3 679 7ti9 K7 64 878 436 9 358 65 m J7 126 221 258 148 130 2.9 837 3n9 596 S,62 I.7 ti:t2 635 544 642 673 623 643 20 ISO 450 1.310 1,203 1.527 2M 311 3M 421 8.V2 J71 3"4 273 6S7 2.7K9 J,3ti3 4,2,- 1.123 1,019 1,209 1.738 1.67S 1.69 I.2SS 2.112 2.6S7 973 807 1,043 I 198 1S4 29 L1S7 1.0M 1.6M 1.519 1.337 1.811 2.032 l.KJl 2,014 672 623 613 S2.IJ4 29,375 Ismt" - pj'Kl """" Iff! ties. In the senate the fusionista bad 15 hold-over senators, 6 Democrat and 10 Populists. They elect threo, one Democrat and two Populists. The Re publicans had one hold-over. They elect 14. The independent senator Is Gray, Silver Republican, of Stevens county. Ho was eleoted on a citizens' ticket. The Independent representative is G. M. Welty, Democrat, of Steven coun ty,who was also elected on the citizens' ticket. Of the nine fusion representatives electod, five are Populists and four are. Democrats. By giving the doubtful representa tives to the fusionista, the legislature on joint ballot stands: Republicans 81 1 Independent........- 2 FunluiiUta,..,. ,.2 I The Republicans attribute their vic tory largely to the municipal tax amendment, which they made a direct issue, claiming that it wa "single tax". They also assign credit to the sentiment in favor of sustaining tbe - ' 'r ' '-- - , A WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE. Senate. ,. First district, Lincoln and Okanogan F. M. Uaum, dem. Becond district, Steven and Spokane W. C. Oray, Ind. Third district, Spokane "W. IL Plum mcr, pop. Fourth district, Spokane Herman D, Crow, rep. Fifth district, Spokina W. E. Runner, pop. , Sixth district, Whitman-John H. Car. per, pop. Seventh district. Whitman Oliver Hall, rep. ' Eighth district, Asotin, Columbia and Garfield J. C. Van Patten, pop. - F. W. CUSHMAN, Succesalal Republican candidate (of congres from the itata of Washington. Ninth district, Adams. Franklin and Walla Walla 'John I. Yeend, pop. Tenth district. Walla Walla 'David Miller, dem. Eleventh district, Kittitas and Douglas -D. Paul, dem. Twelfth district, Klickitat and Yakima -Oeorge H. Baker, rep. 1 Thirteenth district, Clark and Skamania August High, dem. Fourteenth district, Cowllta, Faciflo and Wahkiakum J. O. Megler, rep. Fifteenth district, Lewla "Joseph Hilt, pop. Sixteenth district, ChehaJls Oeorge D, Bchofleld, rep. Seventeenth district, Mason, Kitsap and island 'John McKeavy, dem. Eighteenth district, Thurston T. J, Miller, pop. Nineteenth dletrlct. Pierce E. C. Keith, pop. Twentieth district. Pierce E. S. Hamil ton, rep. Twenty-first district, PlcrcaStantoti Warburton, rep. Twenty-second district Pierce , Cole, pop. Twenty-third district. Pierce S. It. La Crone, rep. Twenty-ourth district, King John Wooding, rep, Twenty-fifth district. King Andrew Henrlch, rep. Twenty-alxth Preston, rep. district, King Harold Twenty-seventh district. King W. W. Wilshlre, rep. Twenty-eighth district. King t B. An. drewa, rep. Twenty-ninth district, KingPaul Land, pop. Thirtieth district. Jefferson and Clal lam Cyrus F. Clapp, rep. Thirty-first district, Snohom'sb J. A. Davis, pop. Thirty-second district, Skagit and Baft Juan E. Hammer, rep. Thirty-third district, Whatcom!. D. Rlnehart, pop. Thirty-fourth district, Whatcom D- & Biggs, pop. Elected In 1KB. Hoave. First district. Bfevena-O. M. Welty, tn4 Second dletrlct, Spokane H. E. A ilea, rep. Third district. Spokane Wallace Mount, rep.; Joseph Scott, rep. Fourth district, Bpokana Harry Rosen haupt, rep.; R. N. McLean, rep.; J. F. Sex ton, rep. Fifth district. Spokane F. P. Whlttler, rep.; A. Harrison, rep. Sixth district. Whitman B. ,F. Totten, rep.; J. B. Frick, rep. Seventh district. Whitman W. L. La Follette, rep.; Wllford Allen, rep. Eighth district, Asoiln John F. Chris man, rep. Ninth district, Garfleld-C. M. Baldwin, ?enth district, Columbia C a Gerard, rep. Eleventh district. Walla Walla Grant Cope land, rep. Twelfth dlatrlot. Walla Walla Columbia C. Goee, rep. Thirteenth district. Franklin Robert Gerry, dem. Fourteenth district, Adame Ooorgs Bin. clalr, rep. Fifteenth district, Lincoln H. A. P. Meyer, rep.; James Parish, rep. Sixteenth district, Okanogan In doubt Seventeenth district, Douglas . K. Pen dergast, pop. Eighteenth district. Klttltaa J. P. Sharp, rep.; R.-B. Wilson, rep. Nineteenth district, Yakima Ira P. Englehart, rep. Twentieth district, KllcklUt-Leon W. Curtis, rep. Twenty-first district, 8kamanla C J. Moore, dem. Twenty-second district, Clark W. B. Daniels, rep.; & C. Bellows, rep. Twenty-third district, Cowllts 1 21 Sims, rep. Twenty-fourth district, Wahkiakum W. Colwell. Twenty-fifth district. Pacific J. W. Maxwell, rep. Twenty-sixth district, Lewis B. P. Kingsbury, rep.; George McCoy, rep. Twenty-eeventh dkttrtct. Thurston A J. Falknor, rep.; F. W. Stocking, rep. Twenty-eighth district, Chehalls R L. Mlnard, rep.; A. P. 8tockwell, rep. Twenty-ninth district. Mason J. B. Gunderson, rep. Thirtieth district, Kltsap-F. E. Patter son, rep. Thirty-first district, Jefferson Pster Motty, rep.; William Bishop, Jr., rep. Thirty-second district, Clallam-A. a Dorsey, rep. Thirty-third district. Pierce O. L. Stew, art, rep.; Frank Blsson, pop. Thirty-fourth district, Pierce E. C. Mil ler, rep.; Charles Bedford, rep. Thirty-fifth district. Pierce D, B. Shel ter, rep.; James Wlekersham, rep. Thirty-sixth district, PlerceJ. C. Dick son, rep.; M. H. Corey, rep. Thirty-seventh district. Ploree A. H. HpIIIk, rep.; O, W. Barlow, rep. . Thirty-eighth district. King W. T. Clark, tep.j Dr. J. J. Smith, rep. Thirty-ninth district. King Oeorge W, Somerlndyko, rep.; J. M. Conway, pop. Fortieth district, King-John W. Pratt, rep.; E. B. Palmer, rep. Forty-first district. King E. H. Guile, rep.; R. M,. Eames, rep. Forty-second district. King C. S. Olca son, rep.; R. W. Carpenter, rep. Forty-third district. King J. C. Olson, pop.; C E. Boyca, pop.; F. A. McDonald, dem. Forty-fourth district, Snohomish H. J. Langut, rep.; C. A. Mteslmer, rep. Forty-fifth district, Island Dr. W. L, White, rep. Forty-sixth district, Skagit J. H. Park er, rep.; E. H. Reals, rep. Forty-seventh district, San Juan W. H. Th acker, -rep. Forty-ninth district, Whatoom Jess. Fraya, rep.; James Bute! one, rep. Forty-eighth dletrlct, Whatcom Edward "XSKrf THE ATTACK OF IL01L0 Insurgents Occupying . urbs of the City. Sub PEOPLE ARE TEBROR-STBICKEK Look tar an Aaaaalt to Bo Mad a Any Time Appeal to the Captain f tho Cnarlaetoa. Manila, Nov. 15. Tbe following ad- rices bave been received from Hollo, capital of Panay, one of tbe srinclpal islands of the Visaya group: "Tbe insurgents bave occupied Lin- gania. Oton and Pavia, suburbs of Iloilo, and are daily expecting to at tack the town. The Spaniards bava abandoned the mole and destroyed the connecting bridges. ; Business is par- alyzod, and the inhabitants are In a state of terror. The mercantile bouses of all nationalities bavs signed a cirou- lar, asking the commander of tbe United State cruiser Charleston to re main, as tbe Spanish authorities sre incapable of affording them protection." It ia reported also tbat the insurgent have taken the whole of the island of Negros and Zebu, of tbe Visayas group. Aa tbe cable connections ars cut, it la impossible to confirm the rumor, November 6 General Rios, Spanish governor of tbe Visayas, is said to have declared a seven days' armistice in or der to communicate with Madrid, with a view of transferring control to the Americans. Major Bell has gone to Iloilo to ascer tain tbe facta of tbe situation. The United States transport Soandia will leave tomorrow with 60 aick and discharged men. Report From Osveraor Bloo. Madrid, Nov. 15. The government has received a dispatch from General Rios, governor of the Visayas islands, reporting the rebellion in tne island of Negros, and announcing the departure from Iloilo of the mail steamer Mmios with a number of invalided men. REFUSE TO, LEAVE. Mutiny Among Spaalah Soldiers lat Faerto Principe. Washington, Nov. 15. Adjutant General Corbin received a dispatch to day announcing tbat the Eighth cavalry Bailed this morning from Savannah for Puerto Principe. Cuba. The regiment will be the American garrison at Puer to Principe and Nuevitaa. In this connection an interesting bit of information baa reached tbe war de partment Arrangements bave been made by the Spanish authorities to send back to Spain the Spanish troops, numbering 9,500 men, upon the arrival of tho American garrison. It was ex pected they would sail Wednesday or Thursday, but an unexpected obstacle has arisen among the men themselves. They are on the verge of mutiny, open ly declaring they will not return to Spain until they have received tbeir pay, now far in arrears, for service ia Cuba. Tbe mutiny extends not only to tbe enlisted men but to their officers, and ia directed against tho executive officials of the government on tbe Island. Some of tbe men bave not been paid for nearly a year, and to all of them several months of pay i due. The situation bas created no particu lar concern in the minds of the Amer ican authorities, aa it ia not likely seriously to affect the control of that portion of tbe island by tbe American ' forces; but it is realised that these 0,500 soldier. If they should persist ia , thaii refusal to return to Spain, might become dependent whom it would be diffioolt to care for, and ultimately, perhaps, a menace to good government in the island. The Spanish authorities express no fear of their sbility to solve tbe problem presented, but bow they will solve it if the men, backed by their officers, absolutely refuse to return borne without their pay ia not clear. REDUCED TO ASHES. Bnslneaa Portion of Canyon City, Or.. Destroyed by Fire, Baker City, Nov. 15. At 11 o'clook last night fire was discovered in tbe Elkhorn hotel, at Canyon City, and within two hours the entire business portion of the town and number of residences weie reduced to ashes. The fire department was unable successfully to combat the flame, owing to a lack; of water. The buildings were mostly frame, and the fire made rapid prog ress. The conflagration was due to the explosion of a lamp. Friday night recalls to memory the great conflagration that destroyed the town on August 12, 1870. Canyon City was at that time the liveliest town in Eastern Oregon, made so by tbe mining excitement that prevailed aa a result of tbe gold discovered in Canyon oreek. The population of the town was much greater then than it has since been, and the number of bus iness bouses was largor. The fire of 1870, like the tecent conflagration, swept through tbe town and left it a mass of ashes. Fire at Bloomfleld, O. Bloorafleld, O., Nov. 15. Four busi ness blocks were burned to the ground today, with a loss of 175,000. The the is thought to have been of Incendiary origiti. .. 1 i ' Died of Hydrophobia. Sodalia, Ma, Nov. 15. Thomss Moore, 7 years of age, son of E. 3. Moore, a member of company I, Second tegiment, Missouri volunteers, died to day of hydrophobia. The boy was bit ten two weeks ago by a dog suffering; from rabies. Yesterday the boy com menced to bark tike a dog and was at tacked with frequent convulsions. He tried to bite his attendant and toetuvd possessed of superhuman strength. If f!tft to p' "'nny'i l, ..