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Washington, I). C., Nov. 8—-Silas H. Reed, an attorney of Oklahoma, has been appointed judge 01 the Third judicial district of Alaska, succeeding James Wickersham. Reed was endorsed by Gov. Franz of his home state, and Congressmen Madden and Torimer of Illinois. The Attorney-General; recommended his appointment to the president,. who practical^ left the selection to Bcnapaite. Si’iq H It—-1 was barn in Illinois, and served in tli ‘ legislature of that 8llt> Ho rimovul to Oklahomi, uvua admitted to cho bur ... 1889. and m 1*00 was appointed UjiitaJ S ituadistri . torny . : i >k; ;h. ;;; '•, ^'"“v candidate for attorn oy-gen -rul of Okbhomu on ono hi8 ti-«ket last state eleet on, bat was defeated, as was the remainder of Ins ti^.. New York, Nov, 8—Complete re turns from New Jersey show that the republican candidate for jdover n ir was elected instead of Kuzen bach, the democr atic nominee, i'l.e legislature is also republican. Washington, D. C., Nov. The seed division building barne^. last night. The lr,S3 is placed at iwO.OOO. New York, Nov. 8—iho banks shipped cash today t > St. Paul to as sist m moving the northwest corps. Janies J. Hill ! j aiding the movem m . There is sufficient gold on hand to meet all needs until the end of the week. The copper is weak at tour teen and a quarter. Wash’ng on, Nov. 8—Senator Piles today wired J >h i F. Miller, who w is a candidate for the judgeship to suc ceed Wicker ;h am, that he hid pledged his supp to Ala vcur.s for for Alaska office's. II would gladly support Miller if Alaskans would en d( rss him. ('hicugo, Nov. 8— he supreme court has overruled Judge Humphrey in sentencing James Hamilton Iycw -, fj.orp ration counsel of Chicago, r contempt of ccur for defyin ;■ the Alton water works i jimefio . New York, Nov. 8—3cu tie ’ ck ran, the note! Turn many orator, has been arrested for illegal voting. He claimed Seventeenth street a-s Me residence, but one of his servants swears he d >es not reucle there. Manila, Nov. 8—Secretary haft sailed from here yesterday, enroute to Vladivostok, from whence he will go to Berlin. Washington. Nov. 7—Congressman Fowler of the House committee on banking, urges the issue of one billion dollars in paper money, redeemable in gold, at the coming session of con gress. Ft xth 1 .• um, Idaho, Nov. 8—A j ury in the Steve Adams case has been se cured, and the prosecutor related the killing of Tyler by the accused. rihe prosecution is depending on the con fession of Adams for details of the crime. In a former trial of Adame the jury disagreed. Clarence S. Da: row, the noted Chicago attorney, ap pj i'j o' Ci t o/.m > •. b in Francisco, Nov. S—Col. Hays j has sailed for China with bronze plates for monuments for stdicrs and sailors who were killed in the Boxe r troubles. Seattle, Nov. 8—t he bounty on rats showing signs cf having bubonic plague, has been raised to t-5. Philadelphia, Nov. 8—Japanese i raisers, er.route home from the Jamooicwn exposition, arrived here last night. A banquet was given in their honor. Chicago, Nov. 8—The striking tele* grupners oi this city have voted to discontinue the strike. Washington, D. C., Nov. 8—iiegard less of the strength shown it is stated congress will not grant t rritoral gov* eram i.t to Alaska at the coming ses sion i f c< i gross. Both house and senate are against it. Congressmen Cannon and T&wney are emphatic in their opp • .llion to the measure. Gov. Hcggatl’s opposition i» the principal factor in the mat e. . Washington, i). C. Nov. 8—Col. Adams, of the engineer e i ps atAVest Point. Major P.enham, of .he Twenty third infantry, aid Major Pie.ce of the engineer corp >, have been ordered retired for refusing t ' t lo the rifling endurance test. Fcattle, Nov. S— \\ illiam Hughes, a Dawson miner, vv.w held up in Wood lawn park early this morning. A highwayman shoved a gun in his face and relieved him of 8400. Huron. S. D., Nov. S—The l tes and Sioux have formed a juncture. Troops are being rushed here from Gettys burg. An all win tor campaign is pro bably, as the Indians are familiar with the country and can avoid a meeting with the Trot ] s. Washington, D. C.,_ Nov. 8—The j naval board recommends that forts be built on Subig bay, Philippine isl ands, costing 130,000,000. Five bat tleships are enroute to the Philip pines from the Pacific Coast fleet. They will be stationed permanently at Olongapo. Seattle, Nov. 8—The rumor is per sistent that John Rosene, president of the various Northwestern com panies will be deposed at a meeting of the stockholders, to be held in New York November 11. Seattle, Nov. 9—At the t< nventicn I .,f the United F.shcvii;?n h resolution was adop.. - declaring a e. n.paign against the extorminatiwii of fish on 1 Wood river and for th * abolition cf fish traps by the canneries cf Bristol hav, Alaska. I Uclfux, Nov. 9 -James Keylst n has been arrested on the charge of crimi iial assault ( n his (iiiUglu i. < xIa.i pc lice are guarding the jail, as a ,y aching bee is tinea nod by angry citizens. Seattle, Nov. 9—/>. A.™1VI eiCenzie, a delegate to the Juneau convention, says he will introduce a resolution urging the government !•> extend the railroad rate legislation to Alaska. Los Angeles, Nov. 9—The Santa Fe railroad was fined £.‘U0,0X) for rebat ing yesterdOy. The a t rneys for the railr' ad gave notice of an ;'pp' al. New York, Nov. 9—A slump in stocks was noted yesterday, Copper went down to fourteen. New York, Nov. 9—The democrats of New .Jersey threaten to contest the election. They claim that Kai zenbach was elected governor over the republican nominee. Tacoma, Nov. 9—Thomas Bruce, of Dawson, will probably succeed Judge Bard of Nome as Grand Arctic Chief. The convention advocates a ladies’ auxiliary to the organization. A grand banquet was held last evening, Col. Perkins being toastmaster. Washington, D. C., Nov. 9—The government announces that it will probe in the rottenness of financial affairs in New York and will prose | cute the financiers ard bankers who have been guilty, cf juggling with the people’s savings in banks and tiv t companies. Washington, Nov. 9 — President Roc seveit has summoned Timothy Woodruff, chairman of the repubii can central committee, and ether prominent political leaders of New York, to a conference to be held in Washington No veniber 16th. Ii is significant in view of the pressure i f certain repnblican leaders urging Roc re volt to run again for the presi dency. Goldfields, Nov. 8—Walter Kline, a leading jeweler of this place, was fatally shot las. night by a policeman while Sr. the act of n bbirg the Gold fields reduction mill. The affair has caused a great sensation on account of the prominence of the thief, San Francisco, Nov. 8—Advices r* - ceived fix m the five whalers frozen in the Arctic, state that all are safe. Seattle, Nov. 9—The Guggenheim contracts cent* mplate an expenditure of $25,000,000 in railroad construction in Alaska. Id. J. J'eney, the con tractor for the Cordova road goo north < n t he steamer Yucatan, to make preparations for beginning work. Washington, I). C., Nov. 9—A Brvan love feast will be held in this city November 23th, at which time if is expected the peerless democratic loader will out line his platform, k is generally unclerstt c.d that he can have the democratic nomination for the presidency if lie desires it. 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