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SCRATOX, PA., SATURDAY MORXIXG, NOVEMBER 1 0 1894.
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MAJORITY STILL GROWING
Illinois Semis an Old Time Delegation
HOUSE ' .MAJORITY IS X0 151
Ncbruska Shuts Out the Single Populist
Scat t'.lulmcd-l'.vnns Is Profciibly
1 lectcd tiovcrilorof Tennessee.
Teus Shows Lucid Sign.
liy th United rrese.
Washington, Nov. 9.
'Chairman Uabcuck. of the Kopubll
can congressional committee, continues
1o receive cheering reports from every
iiuartef. This morning Chairman
lilxey, of Mintii'Sotu, telegraphed Hint
the Itopublicnns would send it delega
tion to congress. This announcement
increases Ua brock's figure of the Ite
publleuhs in the next house to 2."4. Mr.
Ulxcy said that the H-publicans would
have lu majority in the state legisla
ture' und that Nelson's majority for
governor Is between .Vi.ooO ami Bu.ihw.
Chairman Clmrles Trane, of Utah,
wires that Cannon (.Kepubllcnni in
elected to congress, and' that, unless
the Republicans uro counted out, they
will control the constitutional conven-
Hon. sued tin- ooinany fur '&,, damages
Chairman T. B. Cornwall, of Califor-1 for being blacklisted.
Ida. says that the Kepubllcans have Me uHi-pex that verbally and in writ
rlected six congressmen from that lny the company prevented him from
state, und that Magulte. in the only ! getting employment with other roads,
Ifcmourat elected. The Republicans j Hiid that a letter written Oct. 20 pie
wlll control both branches of the lcgls- vented htm getting employment with
but Kste.' U defeated .y about
Ketiirnw today lndlcut Illinois has
returned a solid ilepubllcan delegation
to congress, downing conceding his de
feat In the Sixteenth district by Hin
akef.' Nebraska, too, now' Is declared
to have elected all Hepubllcan coii-
Kressinen, the one 1'npullst
llrst re- i
jiortod .returned having; been shut out.
The Revised Table.
Tho n-presentatlon by stutcs Is sliown
In' the following lablc:
Al isnlsnippl , .'
New Hampshire '
Now Jersey j
New Vork '
North Cuiollna... 1
1 ... .
' 15; lt .
; in, a .
lihode Island ,
2y in .
Totals rti 21f 11 253' 95 8
" , , ,..., ' -
r,7""u l"u,umy "-ln'rai'0-
Democratic majority In Fifty-third con-
HASTINGS AND GROW LEAD.
Tne Statesman from UlcnuooJ Closely
Follows the Head of the Ticket.
By the United Tres?.
Philadelphia, Nov. 9. oillcia.1 return
from all but a few. counties, und care
ful unofficial footings for those few,
show u plurality for Hustings of 242,745.
The full vote for the various candidates
on the state ticket follows:
Governor Hustings, JTS.liJS; gingerly,
:sao.42?;. AUmati, 13,164:- Hawley, is,4i;o,
LhrBhailaut Governor Lyon, Ct3,tiltS;
Auditor CkMieral Mylin, :ii7,5W; Ma
gee. 82".Ss2.;:?.- .
Secretary of Internal Affairs Latta,
ito.7Sl; Greenland, U27.O90.
Congressmen at 1-arge Grow, 570,219;
Huff, ,5ti0,9tW; Meyer, 329,9!X; Collins,
. CONTESTS IX ALABAMA.
Two Congressional Dltsrict Ueturns ChnP
lenged by Republicans.
By the United Press.
, Montgomery. Alu..' Nov. 9. The nlll
cial returns from the A In bu inn districts
show the election of the following con
First. Clurk, Democrat; Second, Stnll
ings, Jjemocrat; Third, Harrison, Ijem-
ocrat; Fourth,' Kobblns, Democrat;
Fifth, Cobb, Demoerut; Sixth. Bank
heud, Democrat; Sleuth, Howard,
Populist; Eighth, Wheeler, Democrat;
Ninth, Underwood, Demoerut. Con
tests will be tiled by Hobluson, in the
Third, und Houdwyn, in the Fifth,
Populists, und by W. F. Aldiich, hi the
Fourth, and T. II. Aldiich, In the Ninth,
Itcpuhllcatis. The contestants will al
lege fraud In the elections in their dis
tricts. . ...
, l:crything Republican There.
By the Unlted.ress.
J'urgo. N. D.T Nov. 9. Chairman Tiob
Itison, of the Hcpubllcuu central cominit
tee. has received returns from nearly
eVery precinct In the state. They gave
Allln tHep.), for governor, tl,m, . und
" Johnson (Hep.), representative lor con
.." gross, 6,0110. . '
Covey Han Strong.
By the United Press.
iiust Liverpool, o Nov. 9. The offlclal
count for the Klghtivnth district complete
g(ves Taylor (Ite)).), i,X35; Haff (Dern.),
W,'Jti; Coxey (Pop.l, 8,si. Coxey's vote
eseeeds the estlmute of Hepubllcan and
lecniocratle committers hy i,iw. ' ,'
I uslonlst by Troiid.
By the United Press. . . . ,
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 9. The official ro-
turns received from seventy-nine out of
ninety counties give Holcomh, Fusion gu
beratorlul candidate, 2,503. The Republi
can central committee are arranging to
contest on nlle-ratlon of fraud. The leg
islature Is overwhelmingly Republican,
and the congressional tlelegutlun In solid
Shut Out in lllluols.
By the United Press.
Spiiugncld, 111.. Nov. 9. Finis K. IVn
lug, of Virginia, 111., reports (hut he hus
lost tin; Slxti-enlli district to Klnnki-r by
about 2ml Voli-S. This tiki key the con
gressional delegation from Illinois solidly
t.vuns 1. lusted.
By the United Press.
. Xaslivlllc, Tcnn., Nov. 9. It now teems
, piulitthlc tliut Kvuiiri Itiep.), Id elected aoc
I erinir ovr Turney lUi.-m.l. The vote is so
close tnnt it miii tune tuc omeiut vote 10
settle it, but tin? Indications point ; to
I cms l.ieuts One kcpublicuu.
Austin, Tex.. Nov. 9. -Tho liilcst esti
mate of the plurality of the Democratic
nominee for governor Is 4w,oj. There will
be eleven Iieinocralic, one lie-publican mid
one Populist congressman from this
111. WAS BLACKLISTED. (
Conductor ho lias Been Kept from Km-
filoymcnt V tints Pumuges.
By the United Press, j
Terr Huute, 1ml.. Nov. 9. William
Mullet, formerly ti. conductor on the
Chicago and Eastern Illinois road, who
was discharged for joining in , the
Amcrlciiii P.ullwuy union strike, today
the Wubash road.
11 AD TUAYELL1) BEFORE.
But the Uurul Uuet at a Mutton Hotel
I all to Demonstrate Profes-ed knowl
edae of Illumlnutlntf AppurutiiK.
Special to tho Scrantoii Trlbuin
l'lttstoii, Nov. a. Dr. .1. i. Walsh was
hastily summoned to the Sinclair house
early yesterday inornliiH: to administer
to an uKi'lciiliural -Individual named
Brown, who it was found did not know
as much about illumlnuiing nas as he
claimed lie did. ' ,
The evening previous Brown, who is
about 10 yeurs of age, engaged room 1H
I of Proprietor Vetmey and retired earl.
' Before retiring he was cautioned about
I the gas and in response to the advice,
"Oh, that's all tight. I've traveled
I before- and know all about gas."
The porter of the hotel, while making
his rounds, discovered the fumes of gas
j escaping from the rural gentleman's
I room, and fulling, to arouse him noti
! lied Landlord 1'Ven.ey, who quickly
arose and dressed. He went to No. 13
una pounued on the door. There was
no response.' r'eeiiey' then went uround
to the Armory hull, and succeeded In
opening one of the windows of No. 19.
The rooin was lilted, with gas; brown
wus lying til bed apparently dead. .
i ue oioiupi arrival oi j.r. waisu un-
doubledly saved his' life.
HONORS TOR 1'ARKllLRST.
But the Committee Hoes Not Gush 0cr
By the United Press,
j New York. Nov. 9. The committee of
seventy held Its llrst meeting slifce the
election, in the chamber of commerce
mis iilteinoon, and the occasion was
one of general jublilatlon over Tues
day's big victory.
Uesoluilons were unanimously adopted
that the organization of lite committee
tie continued for the present, to co-oper
.. 1.1. . t I. ... It: I ... .... . i i
! omciuis uomiuaieu Dy
, 11 in securing to the city of New York
an honest, etllclenl. economical and!
A committee wur (ippolnkd to frame
smiie suitable measure and present It
to Dr. Purkhurst.' It was also decided
to urrange for a public demonstration
in honor of the doctor, '
A resolution Indorsing Hie police "for
their faithful service on election duy
wus Introduced itnd created considera
ble bad feeling, many of the members
strongly opposing It cm the ground that
the policemen were paid to do their
duty, and the committee "ought not
gush over the good act of li duy."
Without disposing of th resolution,
the committee adjourned.
.Shot One kobbr.
By the United Press.
Lander, Wyo.. Nov. 9. Tlp-es uikid
inua entered E. C. fcjiderle.v'n store a'.
Therinopolls. covered the proprietor with
guns and compelled him to give them
I1.3W from the safe. Mr. liaderley and
others pursued the robbers and shot one,
who was recognized as Luke Snyder. Be
Will die. The others escaped with most
of the plunder. ,
Hubers got th) in stumps at Puller's
Mills puslotllce, Center county.
Shenandoah voted by a big majority to
build new water works for Jje.iw.
Despondency led J. Phillips, a teamster,
at Northumberland, lo dilnl; a fatal dose
A huge drop hammer In u. Poitsvllle
blacksmith shop struck Lewis Zubcr,
breaking his neck.
Lancaster city is unable to cancel nn
$30,i0 debt to the county without a di
rect tux levy or speciul loan.
Becrctary of Interuul Affairs Stewart
has ununited as a marksman In the Na
tional guard by a good score. , ,
The state board of hAulth lias finally' de
cided that the tWenty-two casew of ty
phoid fever among National guurdsnieu In
Lunerne county wus due to a case at Get
tysburg. While gunning near Long swamp, near
Heading, - John llltlen'tieuder was acci
dentally shot by Addison Druckeiunlll r
and fatally injured. The charge took ef
fect In ills abdomen.
Pension ertl!lentos of the duto of Oct.
21 have been Issued to the following ier
sons: 1 iierease Thomu H. Klannery,
Curbundule; original wklons', Caroline M.
Hugh Keogh and William B. Clray, re.U
roud contractors, who are building the
electric line between Lnneastor and Lltlli,
have, made a it assignment. Their indebt
edness Is very lurge.
While leading In prayer at the altar of
Zloir Culled Brethren church, North Leb
anon township, lust night Johft Kochen
derfer, aged 81, dmpped over and expired
iltnot Instantly. "leuth whs due 16 heart
'"Yesterday was the Inst day of the stale
convention of the Women's Suffragists at
West Chester, and the atteudanco Was
large. . Mrs. Hlankenuurg,; of Philadel
phia, was elected president and Professor
Kemp, of 8 w art h more college, was elect
ed Vloe president. '
IRE BONDS TO BE ISSUED;
Secretary Carlisle Kill Sot Allow the j
Surplus to Keuch a Lower 1'oint.
WALL STREET HAS A SCHEME
A Man to 1'orce th Issue of UouJs by
i.oid txpurts in Order to Provide an
Investment for Accumulating
I cuds of Urol,er..
By tlio United Tress.
Washington, Nov. !'.
Treasury olllcials huve been aware
fur some days of an agitutlon In New
York linuiiclul elides In I'uvor of u new
bond Issue. It has not e:jcape,d their
notice tliat the. financial papers that
voice Wall street sentiment dally call
attention to the treasury gold reserve
und tiugKest that it should be built Up
to strengthen public confidence in the
treasury's condition. Ia-uws; . too,
have been sent to Secretary Carlisle by
financiers, ult having: the same end In
Vli W. : '
Tin sui nlub .money In the New York
banks is very great.: and treasury of
ficials here who wa tcli the. course of
money mutters, do not hesitate to ex
press the opinion that the solickudy eX
Iiiessed by Wall street magnates' for the
treasury Is not entirely unst'lrish, but
that a new bond issue Is desired by
VYalll street idinply as a means of pro
viding an Investment for their surplus
and uccuinulullng funds,
yfatlmatlons of gold exports to force
tbKireusury to Issue bonds have
ranched here through broker sources
anil others who keep In close touch with
New Vork financiers. That they can
do this by presenting United Sfjites
notes for gold und thus rediiclnu; the
gold reserve, is only too true, us proved
by past transactions of the kind. The
oplnioii, however, Is cxnressed In treus-
ury circles that Secretary Carlisle will
permit the gold reserve to reach it much I
j lower point than It now Is sixty-one
million before he will feed Justltied in
the present condition of the treasury '
in making another Issue of United I
! States bonds.
A Wall Street Opinion.
New York, Nov. . It was stated in
Wall sirtet today that there will b nn
Issue of $50.UW,W0 or $10U,0uft.w) per
rent, government bonds before 'congress
When the last issue- of .W.ihiO.oiXi was
made, und the public declined to take
the bonds, -a syndicate of hankers,
headed by John A. Stevens, president of
I ho United States Trust compnn.v. and
Kdwurd King, president of the Union
Trust company, made the sale.
A banker, who was actively Interested
In that movement, makes the following
statement : Thcr
will lie nu Issue of
bonds shortly. The .president and pee-
i ret.try of tho treasury have determined
! that the gold' reserve shall hot he fur-
' thor Impaired. They have been advised
! .uiai an export oi goia win negin-hi a
few weeks and they- accordingly liave !
determined to take prompt measures."
When asked whether a syndicate I
would be forined, which would be guar-
j anteed a commission to limit the bonds,
no repueu: i uo not Know, tnnt nos cerned could only proceed cordially
In the discretion of the authorities in and without suspicion in Asiatic affairs,
Washington. This much is certain, the ! a great step would be taken to secure
5 per cent, bonds will bo Issued probubly i the peace of the world.
upon the 3 per cent, basis, ad before. : But recently the civilized world had
They will be offered to the public; but ; hewailed the nssnsslnntlon of the presl
the same gentlemen who made the lust . dent of a country with which Kugland
issue have assured the president they ought to stand shoulder to shoulder In
will carry through the forthcoming is- j the generous commercial rivalry. NW
sue." j she had to regret the death of a great
The banker added that if $.rie,00o,0'iO emtieror. Hie mas-tor of pence.
.U 1.. 1...,..t4l..(.,..l tr.ll I ,x t,i Ai,.t
oiniuie n-m ivv",wi uiw-
! woum ie issueu.
MOlRMXfl FOR THE tZAR.
Mo.cow 1 InapeJ In Ulnck and White. ;
Many Costly Emblems Have Keen Or-
dered for the 1 nnctal Ceremonies,
By the United Press. j
Moscow, Nov. 9. The funeral arches j
and other designs of mourning iniilti- :
ply from hour to hour. The streets of
the eltv look uh if thev were cut be-
tweou walls of solid black and white.
Black framed portraits of Alexander
Ill are seen lu hundreds of windows.
The United Stutes consul Is Hying the
Stars and Stripes wound with crepe.
The Siberian Cossacks corps will send
to the cathedral a silver wreath eight
feet in diameter with crossed sword
und sceptre, Joined In the middle with a
crow n. The nobility und landed pro
prietors of Odessa and Moscow have
ordered many silver wreaths With palm
brunches crossed upon them. The Ital
ian, French and bJngllsh colonies of
l,,a..r,u- liijVA ovilareil Tileeea nf utmllrii
..... ...... r.
St. Petersburg. Nov. 9.-The funeral
of Alexander III will take place on
Nov. 17. Persons of all classee are
hnrrvlriu- .e thr,u!iM.Li to th i.,i.-nj f
whlch the funeral train will halt fur
the celebration of musses.
An offlclal order ns to the period of i lu "p " ,nl -'H.-rais nau car-
mourning has be.-n issued. The mourn-' rlii ''"'ature, It is probable tliut
Ing will lust one year. High Kusslan i 'HWt Ch xeland will show what he
officials are required to keen their : t,,Jl,Us or Mr' wnn ''' aw-lnllng him
rooms und houses .Irubed for one vear.:at ", !it "II timity tivn ollii.v cm
Warsaw. Nov.9.-Many Polish Catho-, mensurate with his poiitlton In, public
lie priests, who w ere ttrrested i'or ro-i"'0'' ,
fusing to swear allegiance to Nicholas The,'p ro"t""1 to ',u,'v If a
II. lmve taken the oath and have been ! VIluam'" om,r'i the l"''Jc"'-il bench.
released. The report that the bishop of
Lublin was arrested for reading t)lv
oath in PolfSh has been denied. '
N'utlvc Indian Kevoit. .
By tho United Press. -. -
Calcutta, Nov. 9. A revolt hus broken
out against Rajah flhlel (itspueht, the
ruler of the tributary state nf Xyaghtir, in
the province of Orlssa. A corps of In
fantry and a large force of police have
be-eti dispatched to the scene of the dis
turbance1. Serious trouble Is apprehended.
A Man Buried Alive.
By the United Press.
Newark, N. J.. Nov. 9. Tony Possmore,
while at work with other Italians today on
an excavation near Martin Brown's store
house, on the outskirts of the city, was
burled, under a saiidbunk, which caved hi,
and wus dug out nearly dead. His Inju
ries are considered fatal.
.. National Labor Convention, '
By the United Press. , . ', .
New Orleans, Nov. 9. A number of dele
gates to the national labor convention
which meets 'In this city next Tuesday
have arrived. -An executive meeting is
now being held. - ;
. Job for Billy Kusscll. '
By Iho'TTntted Press. i ,
' Washington, 'Nov.- 9. William E.-ltus-Sel,
of Massachusetts, ' was today ap
pointed by the president a membir of the
board ef Ihdlan bommisilonsri,' ,
LORD ROSEBERY'S SPEECH
English Prime Minister's View of the
HE U'Ol LDMAKE PEACE IN ASIA
The Statesman Thinks That lew Persons
Nenlic the Difficulty of keeping a
liood Understanding Among Nation.
The Press a Disturbing I lcinent.
By the United Preis.
London, Nov, 9.
The most noticeable feature of the
Lord Mayor's banquet at the Guild hall
this Hvvnlng wus the prime minister's
speech on the political situation at
home and abroad. The British govern
ment had given strong und tangible
proof of lis friendship for Japan by
concluding the recent comprehensive,
treaty, with her. Lord Itosebery said
it had also shown its benevolent neu-
: truliiy by attempting to promote peace
j betweou the two waning powers. In
this delicate and dlllictilt business the
government, hud' gone hand In hand
; with' Kussiu" "and v-fhef Interest
powers. AlthoutheisKas iwt'eit'Si.
the government would lose, no on-
Iiortuuity to ettle the war. Great
Britain's relations to Russia was moot
cordial,'1 the difficulty as to spheres of
Influence In Asia liming been termiuat-
I ed. If all the Kuropean countries con-
Alexander a Peacemaker.
After paying high compliments to the
wisdom and moderation of ,Ale-.ahder
111, Lord Hosebery spoke of his Ser
vices In preserving the'peuce of ICurope.
Few persons realised, lie said, the diffi
culty of keeping u good understanding
among the nations. There was also
danger In the mighty engine of the
press, which often spoke under the In
fluence of fierce competition and with
out weighing the effects of Its un-
nients. He must ask the press
to sift Its
j Hshing H.
news carefully before pub-
' The' foreign policy of England was
1 strictly conservative ami had nothing
to do with parly. The government
wished' things to lvmnin as they were.
1 it coveted nothing abroad. It wus Hot
I worth England's while, with lute-rests
alljjver the world, to disturb the exist
, WILSON .M AY GO ON THE BENCH
The Defeated West Virginian Will lie
Cared l or.
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i v 1 1 '--!.
Washington, D. C. N.n'."9.-Now that
i the "-'t tliut the Kepubiicuns carried
! Ul Woist VIrlnlu legislature prevents
1 the ejection of Air. Ulse.li to Hie Seti-
fte as Camden's successor, which would
.have undoubtedly followvd his defeat
i e""1 llu' iucme court ot in tne
I Circuit courts, which Mr. W llsoii can be
1 Slve"- thftt " wi" be ni-ludnteil to it by
1 tho, ..p.,..l.ltit J
NO UANtil-R OF A UKl.fiASi:.
Rail l'luver Sweeney Hus lleen Signed for
By the United Press.
Sun Vrunelsoo. Nov. 9. Charles Swee
ney, formerly one of the bes known
base ball players In the country, bus a
long engagement ' .
He was convicted of the murder of
Con McManus In u saloon quarrel, and
was sentenced by Judge Wallace to
eight yeurs' Imprisonment.
FOUR HUNDRED MAY BE; SPLIT
Mrs. W. K. tauJerbilt's Social Status
, .' ; Is a tireut Problem.
By tho L'nlted Press.
New York, Nov. 9. The question e.f
the social status of-.Mrs. yf. K.Vander
bllt.nvlu) Is goon to get a divorce, is nu
absorbing topic in society circles. Mn.
Vanditrtllt Is' to attend the horse show
next week, uud . it .Is Haid the ch)r-f so
clety .hSterest In the affair, will 'renter
iii how she is treated hy the leaders.
The problem may yet prove 4 dividing
line fn the Four Hundred If Mrs. Van
derbUt" should,' on' the caprice of the
Grover's One Consolation.
moment, conclude to locate herself In i
the Fifth avenue residence und enter-
tain. MY. und Mis. Cm nellus Vundcr-
bllt, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Yander- j
hilt, Mr. and Mrs, W. Douglas Sloane, j
Dr. and .Mrs. W. Seward Webb. Mr.
and . .Mrs. H. McKay Twomhiy and (
Mrs. Klliott t Sh-pard form a solid
social phalanx, and what with their
own connection and friends so extensive
a circle. Hint putting them all aside
would seem to leave a small social mar
gin to work in. Sir. and Mrs. John
Jacob Astor are also on terms of great
friendship with all of the VanderbiUs,
and especially with the Webbs, so Hint
tiny would naturally abide by their de
cision. THEV THAWED DYNAMITE.
l'rightful tiplosionut Huntingdon kills
Three Men und onnds Many More, and
Creates llin oc in llic low u.
By tho United Press.
Huntingdon, lnd., Nov. 9. A fright
ful explosion occurred here tit tie!" this
morning anil resulted in the death of
three men and the injury of many mure.
The deud are: John lliirtnuin, Norton
Keefur and John Flynn, all married.
The explosion ficctirivil at Flint Creek
sewer, which civsseg the entire city
from norjbenst to south ivest. Proba
bly leiu men' were it and around the
ditch on thirst street. Some of them hud
built a fire on the hunk and were thaw
ing out u nO-potind'bo nf dynamite.
There whs'u thunderous eraslt and the
entire city, was shuken.
Hartman was literally torn to pieces.
His body was lifted in the air 30 feet
and fell on Market, street sidewalk, a
square away. His legs were blown off.
his head half, torn away, and the body
completely disemboweled., One of Hart
man's ifeol was shot through the
w eathe-rboardlng of a residence near by.
Keefer was not killed outright. His
death was caused by .'shock, iu bones
being broken.. FlyiilW legs were both
broken, his arms broken in several
places and tils head flushed.
A HERO WITH ONE LEG.
He Saves Wife And live Children uud
Hoists from names.
By the United Preps.
Allegheny City, Pa., Nov. 9. A hero
is Willum line, although he has but
one leg. Kaiiy this morning Haines
started lu Kre-ss' box factory and com
municated to Crease & Co.'s soap fac
tory, the Brilliant till company's ware
house und several stables. The tene
ment occupied by thV tines was in a
court formed by 1he structrue'S named,
and had tyken (Ire; before the family
hud been aroused . V
Pltie succeeded in getting his children
and wife through the flames and then
forced them through the blazing court
yard into a place of sufety. After this
he went to tho stable of which he was
boss and rescued thirteen horses tied
In the stalls. The loss by the fire will
reach 2,Xi. ,
'Hie Team Thut' VVUI I lite Up Against
t Trenton ToJa-
By tlm United Pre.W
liilhntelphla. Nov! S. The University
of Pennsylvania Knot 1 tall team, which
has been at the l'H'hiware Water Uap
since Wednesday, will leave there In
the morning for Trenton. The team In
their contest with lhiticeton will line
up ns follows:
Bull, "i.-eiitu)'; Woodruff and Wharton,
guards; ' Wugouhurst and Minds,
tackles; (iilbei t and. Kosengarten, emls;
Williams, quarter-buck; Knlpe ami Os
good, half backs, ami Brooks, full back.
FOKF.IGN NEWS WAIFS.
On the occasion of the funeral of the
ciair :'.".,i.Ml of St. Petersburg poor will l o
provided with dinners.
Many noted musicians and literary men
attended the funeral at Oinllii, the Ameri
can sliigei-, at London.
Symptoms ftf cholera have appeared hi
the I'ifty-elRlth rrglineut of Infuntry, sta
tioned lu Cilogun, Prussian miesla.
The appeal of the managers of the Um
pire Xjuslc hall of London for a re-heuiiug
otj the epiesiion of the liquor license re
fused by the count)- council has been
For shooting a policeman, who hud ar
restfd him, Schauta, a Hctila anarchist,
was Sentenced to twelve years' Impris
onment at hard labor and ten years' loss
of civil rights.
LIVE PORTING NEWS.'
Herman Long has signed a Boston con
tract for lip." season of- 189i.
Lehigh and Yale uro slated to play a
game today at New York, but the Vule
maimgenient -is having-trouble over the
question of grounds.
; It. now looks us If Johnson's record of 1
ndtiute, 35 3-5 seconds will not be tu-cept-ed
hy the racing, bonrd of the League of
American Wheelmen, the -objection being
that he did not ride on a track und there
wre not three timers holding watches for
th trial. , . '
CHINA IN THEJASr DITCH
T roups Suffering from Cold ahtl Starv
i nl (,n the Mountains.
SHE MIST SOON SUE FOR PEACE
japunesc Have Already Captured a Point
North of l'oit Arthur, und the Defense
Will Probably Not lust Long,
Haw Kecrults Are lieeliig.
By the United Press.
Shanghai, Nov. 9.
Tiic Chinese army of the north has
retreated to the mountains, where the
soldiers are reported to be starving
and suffering severely from cold and
exposure. The Japanese army Is-re-pored
to be encamped at Feng-Wliang-Cheng.
The Japanese are pursuing
sonic Ui.OW Chinese, mostly raw re
cruits. Port Arthur Is not expected to make
n dcU-rmnted stand ngalnst the Japan
. Admiral Sir E. It. Freemontle, in
command of Hie Uritibh tied, considers
that Port Arthur wll probubly be the
scene of the last engagement of any
importance hetwoon the Chinese und
London, Nov, 9. The Central News
says that Englund and other powers
huve urged China to. make her peace
proposal directly to Japan, .nd. to
negotiate at once for the cessation of
the war. .la nun had promised to re
ceive Hie overtures in u benevolent
spirit. f . "
COOKS RAID A TOWN.
The Outlaws Continue to Terrorize kan
sus and Oklahoma.
By the United Press.
Coft'eyvllle, Kuu., Nov. 9.rPrlvate
dlsputchcB received hove state that the
Cook gang of outlaws raided the little
town of Lenapli, twelve gilles south of
this city, killed it young mult named
Milton and robbed John Sliufeldt. pro
prietor of a general store, of $ieu and u
gold watch. '
All the outlaws escaped without' In
Jury. TELEGRAPHIC TICKS.
-The accounts of ex-Treasurer Mandru,
of .stark county, O., unt found to be ?19,
As th result of a quarrel over dice
John E. 'Uabliieuii, of Ulchniond, Va., fa
tally shot Otto Prayser. ,
Over 3.0OO French Canadians are MM
to have emigrated to Massachusetts mill
ion centers the past three weeks.
For $.'t"),ii(i.i. an Ungllsii syndicate iius
bought the electric street railway and
lighting company of Vancouver, B. C,
New York's supreme court deckles that
Governor l'lower did right In taking Plra
island dining the cholera scare two years
doing to sleep on the face of the C-months-old
child nf Jacob Krnntz, of New
York, the family cat suiothe-red her to
H. B. Hmlih, manager for the West
Chester, N. Y Veleiihone eompun.y, had a
bag thrown over Ills heud and was robbed
of U7 yesterday.
1 A verdict, for Ml,:) for tho executor of
HUturiau Paikiiiaii's estate was obtained
iiRnlnst the city of Itoston for land lakeii
for park purposes.
After being missing live nionihs front
Snow Bill, -Mil., the badly decomposed
body of John Henry, colored, was found
hanging to a tree near Ocean City.
Bishop Matz. of the diocese of Colorado.
has tendered his resignation. It is under- !
stood that this 1:: the ilnul outcome of the
Ave yeurs' quarrel befit-eon the bishop
and l-'athcr .Malone and othors of the- j
Postmaster Ocne-ral Bissell Is still con
fined to his home by a colli, . ;
Commodore Sumpson says the United
Suites has the best armor plate works In
the world. .,- ,i .
One Craig, a notary .public at Sun
V'ranclsco. who solicited uoliie&l asi-.iHi
meats lu the custom hoq-4c. has been Or
dered to remove his slgnr, from the build-,
lug. '' ..
A solemn requiem maps for the repole
of the .soul of the lute czar was celebrated
at the Kusslan legation yesterday. All
the members of the diplomatic coriS In
the city were present and many- of tho
members were accompanied by thslr
Brigadier General Alexander Mcpowoli
ilcCook has been appointed major general
of the United States army, vto eleuenl
Howard, retired, and Colonel Junea W.
Forsyth, of the Seventh eaVulry, iias btl
promoted to brigadier general to succeed
. t, ' - v .
Itttln In tho early morning, possibly
chunglng to snow in the Interior during
Saturday; followed by fair Saturday vn
ing; cooler, " V ''. '",'.'
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