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AGhINST election frauds.
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1* Nov. 4 —Following r-*-
ct . ,j i*.m by Ju-lgi Beltier tht ai.
th voting m non# must
I plaoi.il in j rot honour y >
- iiiji-••? lo i* ai li in*pe tion at *n>
i utJ ut iH'Uv !:.*■ <*l within ti*
• Jot - S IV hen ♦* pods •:
i JVitm.asi;or G* neral John Wan,-
ir,. o-doy forward’ J to a number *f
or- it.‘a.." intt rutlng ihotnM ;n
tfv **ivr .Old count.\ ronl#llh of
Ti *' oommtm: anon hearing on th#?
Mi ? Mr. \\ anamaker IndU-iUr* in hi#
inrimunh atlon that ihe court’* decision
*l i•ii* iv * fir the prompt detection M
c uf* of fraudulent vot . g and Mxift
P v. i for all rng ig i in election
fr eels "
1 u noun- # ► he ha* deposited In a
t mpu \ in rnarkeLibl* rail
r’i i nd> to acctire the payment of rh.it
am ;nt in rash to a committee r**pr*#en?-
1 Viir *ut organisation* to he und
a f inu for fraying the necessary x
-; • '• f - r tre Investigation of fraud*
av • tn* ballot in ?h* eomfng election
an . i ’ .sc municipal ejection next F.*brt
-•i H* then in detail, th
v* ' t*nif .yf • •*mmtttir.g frtul> at
:im n. Mr Wanamaker *a\# he
ha ur*d the consent of John O Jo!in
for • x Judge lam*** (lay (Jordon and x-
Pi- At.ornev George S Graham to
a • in counsel to such a committee for
th* pr j o*e of prosecuting a I then* whi
<ommJi uny of the. various frauds men
T organisations to which the com*
in .i • i*i si Is addressed ir# (he BuMne*-*
Met Republican Longue. (’ommin*- of
On Hundred, Municipal League, Trade*
Lea*, i* md th# Law and Order Society
u si* the pending political campaign in
thif- and e?n##* ha* shown no division
1n • Re pi i blew n ranks in th*!r devotion
to • : n.itionai ticked, vet Mr. Wana
nvticer and the organisations above men*
ttoned have oppo#*d th* rcgu.ar Phila
de.pl*.i Republican county ti-ket and
the*, legislative candidates favoring the
Qua\ f i fun of the Repuhl! an party.
hoonea i:i. r> <n ikt day.
lie NAIII spend Tuesday u Hi* lfm#*
nt Oysler Hit > .
New York. Nov l— Gov. Roosevelt
spent i quiet day t his Oyster Bov home
In the morning he attended services at
the Episcopal Cburcn After dinner he
took a .eng * ilk through the woorj
reaching home i,; .n about * o'clock
There were no caller# during the day.
The Governor said he had received n>
message of any kind He sax* he fee hi
no ill effects of his long (impugn trip
He was no# even hour.-e.
To-morrow night he will speak at the
Repuhiican d*montration a Oyster Bay
and . .os** the campaign. Special trains
will he run from ail the principal point*
of the island
On Tuesday Mr Roosevelt will vote
earlv aid will prohoh.y devote the rest
of ti e day t•* his family until the returns
begin to arrive in me evening He has
made ti arrangements to receive detailed
return* *t his house and will depend up
on ihe report - that are received in the vil
II %P TO |l KLL THIHAL U AM.
German i orvelte funk llnnd In ii
rnrlile Island Flglit.
Victoria. H. C., N*v. 4 —The German
Corvette Moewe, according to advices Just
receive,!. h. re.i n*.l Sy.lney and reports
tfta* she was - aid i *n to quell n trlb.il
war on one of the Admiralty Island*
Word w i*> received by her commander
that i • fion >f fL iters armed ivitn
iifles from a pirate, had btHchered If*) no
liver- and the M**ew# wen? to the scene.
Arriving off tlu vidagr • landing partv
onsistlng of Germ n-. put off under
■ iir off! * rs and opened fire on the rcboi
• ous natives Tnc latter made a stuh
iorn stansi find returned t. fire of th**
landing party. Fortunately their aim
was bad and only three casualties rcsult
• 1 r-lx of the natives being shot down.
Hventiiali> the exjHdition returned to
tne warship, which steamed close into
the beach and shelled the village with de-
Mru< live results
AIANA i ALI.KI) ON tlhlM.:\.
lie Will l.fflvr t anton on Wednes
day lor W asliina f on.
'*anton. O , Nov 4—President Mr Kin*
1- v * last Sun Iny in Canton for some time
to come wa* verv similar to other Sun
diys of the summer vacation spent here,
if--* tork Mrs M Kinley for her usual
morning drive and then went t #hn First
Methodist Church, where he usually wor
ships During the afternoon they to,*k
There was number of callers during
the day A party of traveling men stap
ing at Massillon hotels, came over to
• bike hand* and another party of u dozen
stopping m? o#ie of the lo*'al hotels, a!o
ailed ra pay their respect*
rrepar.it u>n* for receiving election
C’-w at the house are completed Tel
egraph and telephone wire* have been
•'rung in numbers sufficient to quickiv
andle h I the returns Monday will be
Istgaly devoted to ia*'ktng up and pr
i-oring for the return to Washington on
AA A* f %| HEP 111 in > AMITK.
Fourteen Hilled in Weal Airginla
rhlllppl W Va Nov 4 —The work of
• (ring up the mine ;t Berrysburg pro
-1 •* and *#, well m-diy thai op, rati* n*
• i be resumed to-morrow
•t bis been ascertained now that the
f lon was caused by dynamite and
t*u by gas. The fourteen mn In the re
-4 •*r King were a’l white, and they were
u Tklr.g during the night.
The list of victims as given last night
'>* corre t Mine Ross Marks l alfO
t'd and his brother. Wi liam Mark*
v * i 1 not recover. Jams* Jackson I* rot
* 1 • * t*l to survive the night. The miner*
• a.] negroes, and If th- explosion had
*rre j during the day ihere would have
•*i many lives lost Three mules and
•m weje blown oui of the entry tun*
r with the fourteen men. Some cf the
• were torn to pieces
''Aft AM AW I oil GfciORCiETOAA
1 * r * f 'rw Fleet of i oat Hranirri
• e >r(( York.
N-'W York. Nov. 4 —The new ateamer
"’accamaw. In command of rapt. Miller.
••I from this port to-day tor Oeorge
’• wn. 8 c. This Is the first sailing from
port of a steamer for the new At*
• nti 'oast Si*amh’p Company, which
•I">j* and lit >|M-rate a fleet of six stea:n
*r* >* tween Georgetown, 8 *.. and north
*’n coast cities as far ns Boston The
' >p ela. two of which are completed, the
building, are designed especially for
the purpcsM of carrying lumber.
TltllNG nil lli.l \( \ RATIONS.
Government Honrd llx pr rini*-iii
n Tw*nt>-Hve Soldirrs.
Fv*rt Reno. Oklo . Nov, 4 -Tm B.urd
of officers (ietatied by th< \V r lVpart*
men! to discover, if p* i*b an <m*r,''i y
ra ' ,> *i :h;? w.ll meet i,l th** requirements
|of troop* 'tifititid in active warfare
while away from their bus*- of suppli* *
*t)d In h hostile country, w h* re provisions
I a r* -circe. left hers yesterday wi?h a <ie
! taclimcnt of J* men from troop A. Eighth
( av.Jry. f*xr • xiMTimental purp - TV
ii will obaerve the *,m* routine i it
they were engaged .n an ac.v* , imjMign
ug unt in in* my.
Th. t tiJM-r* of the board jre rpt. W
S l'*u.ta;ti Rightn Cavalry, and (’apt.
S \\ Foster. Fifth Cavalry. Capt. and
AsM.- t.mt Hurgeoti. J 1 l'otnd* xter.
*d it F*rt Rer.o, ac< om|-.,tJt and *h'
expedition A single ration 1* supposed to
con'mn enough fX’d to surtuin a man a
•lay. und. ,i :?> pjfkig- weighs alight.y
m*tr. thin a p aini The t'*rd tiu ’wo
JWfeient emergency rations with which I*
will *\i*erlmont The fir.-1 i> a ration
jr*j>t?*‘ j by the hoard ifi r an r-xamdiu
tioi, and analysis of the frvwl pr* pi rut ions
ti? -1 in rnrlv ad the Kuropean rmt*s
Th* board’s observations and o-nJuiicni
ace embodied in the ration which was
manufactured under Its supervision The
second is i ration produced bx a com
pany in New Jersey The New’ Jersey
nttion consists of tea in place of choo* <v
lrtt • md a ombinit-on of meat and hre.id
stuff* compactly arranged Th* hoard’s
own ration consists of two cakes of pure
sw-et choeohite. thre*- cakes of a e,wn
htnation of meat and breadstuff in com
press.',! f,.rni ond a smal! quantity of salt
and peppar for re ironing
AVhllo th* trooper* re suh-isttng on the
en>erg ncy rations C.ipi Pofndex.’er will
hive each man strip und tak* his weight
morning and evening Th temjxeratu.e
of •.h man wiii >•* taken it Interval?
during the day Th;* record will show
whether he lose* or gains in weight,
whether hi- strength diminishes or in
crease*. and the condition of his health
INDIANA NEED PROTECTION.
M*nv fneroneli MHng Made
I pn Their Allotment*.
\A'a*hlrigt<xn. Nov I —United States In
dian Agent SchofnMt. in charge of the
Inion agency, whose Jurisdiction com
pri*e> the Five CivlllXed Tribe*, protest*
in Ns arnu.il rencri against unlawful oc
cupation of the Indian lands, and urges
rigid congressional legislation to prote.-t
the Indian cituen against the/encroa h
nirr* and Aggressive and grasping white**
Of 2, oy* <*m •'.* t * fibd against nor.-* :t
--ixens by In i .ms .n the past flsc.il year, a
large ntajoritv was against white men
who in th” past had intruded themselves
upon the Indians and had gained their
confidence to sufficient derr'e to secure
pofsesslon of their prospective allotments
nd after having secured possession, re
fused either io pay rent or to vacate,
tnu* preventing th* Indians from receiv
ing any rents or profits tnerefrom
Many of the Indians are no poor to in
stitute suit for posm ssion. nd. therefore,
ir*- 1* ft helpless Tne total populailnn of
the Five ('ivilixed Tribes is estimated
of ki.7s*. comprising Choct.iw- and
fr * dn* n, I'* V* ('he k isaw sand
m #n. ignnn Creeks and fr-edman. Y*.'*n
Cheroke*s and freedmen and ffenii
noles. and their lands compn-e a total of
K\7TA2.‘*; acres. The agent savs that there
is now every reason to believe that the
Indian deprtdations and disturbances in
the Five Tribes’ region are at an end
HALF IIHtiTHKHI IN A FIGHT.
They Shot Each Other—A Town*
llunler'a llnnd Blots* Off
Dothan Ala . Nov 4-Quite a Mr km*
shooting scrape occurred yesterday after
noon ate>ut five miles south of this place,
between Wesley Cooley and Tom Pit#*,
ha.f brothers. Th trouble originated
from a falling out between their children
while it schook Cooley shot Pitt* first
with n pistol and Pitts returned the shot
with n shotgun Cooley fired the e r ond
lime, but missed. Itoih were hit Just un
der ond back of the left knee Pitta
w -is Able to walk home, but Cooley ay on
the ground until medical ai l arrive,!. His
wound h* serious.
James Harris, a young man who Uses
about five miles north of hen. while out
hunting vesterday atopped f*r t few mo
n.mts and placed the butt of his gun on
ii stump nr and leaned on the gun w ith his
bft wrist over the musxl*. In some tin
accountable way the gun slipped off the
snimp and was discharged, blowing the
entire left hand *-ff Just above me wrUt.
ANOTHER BODY TAKEN OI T.
Search cf the Tarraut Ruins RtAll In
N>- Yrk Nov 4 -Anothr hlv '*
(■km from h. ruin, of lir- Tirnnl
Inc 10-rfsv. Th, bo.ly prove! lo h, lhal
of a man. Th. rih !- and !h* l.ft
arm w,r, mining, ih, friur., unr.ro*-
ntzattl, •ml th.r, w.r, no mirk, on ih
...ihir.K nhi.-.i would identify tho w.ar.r
liulldlnK deparim.nl empn>,n pule I
down a imrtkMi of ih. we.l-hapl bulid
,iiK ii 273 Washington .tre.r thin ,v.n
ii t Th.v aii.mpied to l.ring down th
emir, building, hut pull* I off only in.
upper floor Ih. third Th, ,ume gang.
~ro working a, have h.en employed here
tofore nnd Warren e'ree. is entirely elear,
ihoiiKh no thorouchrare Is allow, I yet
The ruin, were viewed hv more pe.vp.e
to-day than at any Urn. slnrw the ex
HIM AltHK*T* t*K f AHUST*.
Chief of 111. Main llnnd line Mmle
Raenpe to Fr.nrr.
Madrid, Nov. 4 —An omr|al dlspairh an
nounce* thit the chief of the Carlist hand
which had been operating In the Berge
district has taken refuge In France, and
that the band In the province of Allcun’e
has been dispersed
Arrest* of Carl.rts. particularly priests,
eonilnu. throughout the country. The
arrest of a vicar of a church In Madrid
has led to the dltcovery of additional com
An en’ire baud of Carllsts has been oip
tured In the neighborhood of J.n, cap
ital of the province of the same name,
north of Granada
ar.WI 4VTLK OFF TIIK HBBT.
British ateamer Hw- Proceeded nu
Key West. FI i Nov. 4 —Th* unknown
vessel, before r tor eil tic ore on Tenn
essee reef, was the British t^- r New*,
asile C.ipt l’p>n. whl'h sal.ed from
Baltimore Oct 27 with n cargo of coal for
Tampico. Mexico. The wre kers succeed
ed In floating the vessel after Jettison ng
a small tori lon of her cargo, and she pro
ceedwrl for her destination
hseapetl I'rom Jail.
Kissimmee. Fla . Nov 4 -Henry C
rurhers. in Jail a.vjulng trial f-T bur
glary, **:u(e and to-day whlla the Jailer was
at church, by culling out under a side
window ond has not heen caught. Others
In the Jail failed to get out. Th* heriflf
and a pone are after him.
, Kliki.lNMi Fire In Mealeo.
c ity of M-xico. Nov 4—A large tannery
at .honcho del t'hopo. near this city. w-a
burned, w.th a loss estimated at P"n,o
ft was owned by a stock company in
which were American, Mexican and Ger
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1000.
EVEN CLAIMING MISSOURI.
(Continued from First Pagr.)
for tlw R-publ. ius to talk of carrying
M (Miuri J M Hr I her t.
Chairman Democratic Biate Commit toe '
( II AIH.ES OF I |< AI l> IN 4)1110.
t lainia Alinlr ~( ) nlM' Iteu Ist r* I ion
and o|nia nion.
Cincinnati, Nov 4 —On the eve of e4ec-
Uon charge* are m ide of faiso rcgt*tra
tion in Cincinnati an<l other Ohl cities
While *h* las? census give Cincinnati a
population of 33n*i. i: registration is
SI v- an,! u Cttise* 1 Commltice his been
organised u*-dn> for systematic work with
det* ‘ivf f v >r arr*-as on Tuesday
It s t U med also th.it olonlr.atlons
have been made in som* of tlw* cioee Con-
Kr*-.onal Dlstricta. Ohio has no* fifteen
Republican ou*l six Democratic Congrem
men. Tb are trying hard
tn gain a Coi.gre. sin in in th** Third Dis
trict. * here N F Ra'kley. Deinocnat. and
R M Nevin. R publican, are the candi
d it*and this ts on** of th% districts in
wiil Ji charges of friud are made on both
Congressman Van Yoorhis. Republican,
who is running for the flf?h term, is op
por Ibv 1 W Ei.on wood. Democrat. and
•he Republi *ans have some factional
trouble, but the re-election of Van Voor
hl* is generally con v*dd
While t*o#h s:a** ••mmitte* will re
ceive return* in Columbus on Tuesday
nlht. Cm ion also will u* a point of to
• erest. sin. .* President McKinley ha* de
td*s| t, remain there to receive returns
and will not start back to Washington
until Wednesday The President has
keen a Canton during much of this cam
paign but hit* refuseii to do any cam
paigning even in receiving visiting dele
gations Ir i> understood chat there will
be 1 distinguished irt\ with him on
Tuesday night, and If h- is re-elected the
lour on his return to Washington will be
an eventful one
LI V ELI DAN IN >EHKASKA.
Me 'puhlirnua mid Deittw'rats Will
Ifl >Il Mum )leet|nK<*
Omaha. Ne . Nov 4 —To-morrow will
be a hve.v dav in Nebraska, and for .in
•nre-electlon dov. will privbubiv eclipse
anything of the kind in the state * histo.
rv Doth Re|xihib*ati* and Dem rats
ire preparing for great demonstrations in
Omaha in the evening
Mr Bryan will speak n? a ilojen place*
if'er n da\ * tour In the state, and th*
Democrats p.n to make t: an eye opanei
for this Rep ib.j .district The Repub.
Ii n> wid nave a monster parade and bar*
becua with lots of red fire
.\* far t* cn*' situation is concerned, if
w n . changed but llnw by this nighi’s
••Vint* a4though this Is the Second Con
gre*s,on*l disliict, where a fight Is on
I r ween the Domocratic and Republican
candidates Mercer. Republican, who has
served three terms, has a strong
•nt. but is confident of success Both
*kle* are c|.timing the state, the Repub
licans by &/■> for McKinley nd the fus
ionlsts by 15.(W0 for Bryan. As registra
tion ha* been exceptionally heavy and
the campaign has been thorough, ibe vote
in city and country is likely to be . reo
The Rej üb’.icens claim gains among the
farmers while the Dem **'raih expect an
increase in the cities and among the for
lEMO< H AT* ARB IIOPEFI'I,.
*afifl-d Reptil*li*a ti* AAont Get
E%er>lilnift In i o(i*eele*.
New Haven. <’onn., Nov. 4—Connecti
cut's day of rest was one of great ac
tivity nmong the political workers of the
Mare The fact that the campaign vir
tually dosed last night did rot deter the
leaders from occupying this day with al
most Incessant wrk. and the political
fences In ever) ity. totvn. borough, vil
lage and hairnet were examined with the
gr*ti#esf cart' and repairs effected where
Serenity permeated the atmosphere of
tie Republican headquarters, while the
clntm* of tn‘ Democrats indicated grow
ng confidence The I(emoentic Ht.ate
(’cntral Committee to-nigh* hi? up their
figure* , bit Th.t i* they claim to havo
narrowed the probable margin of a Mc-
Kinley victory in the atute to F/m a s
against K.ritfi th* outside figure pro lalni
**d 1)1*4 night.
(?n the state ticket the kalm of a min
imum majority’ of I..V#) for Bronson for
Governor is raised ti> .(#■ The Demo
crat* also claim the defeat of Sperry. Re
publican. in the Sft'oiitl ('on*r*’ssiona 1
District by a < lose von . arai in tb* lan
guage of the chairman of the committee.
"Hill (Republican) for Congre**. | n the
Fourth District, ha* no walkover ’’
The Democrats also claim that they will
oh'. fifteen out of tho twenty-four stata
The Republican lenders claim nothing,
and with mist) calmness claim a sweep.
Inc victory throughout the state on pres
ident. state officer*. Congress and th*
THBRE Ik 4P4THV l> low,.
Kriiul.llrane < Inin. MrKinlej', Pin
mill, WIII 11.. 73.000.
r>. Molnra. Ja., Nrn- 4—No new 4e
velopmente hoe o>rurrr<J to-day to
rhmrfe the pollti-il Mtuatlnn In Ihle mala
If the full Heiuhltoan vota I, raet th,
Plate Committee elalme (he etate will give
piutallty for McKinley elector,. Bui
there I* .1 probability that the full vote
illl not tie rat, heeauee of apathy on ac
count of party ror.fld nee
The Republican. Ulm they will return
a aolld delegation to Congress The Dem
ora'n claim they alii materially r*du
the Repuhllcs". plurality of four y>ar
igo. txit give no figures
CLAIM, IX (ALIFOHMA.
Both Mile, Figure on Maiorlty of
12.1HH1 to I.A.IHMI,
B%n Franctaco, Nov. 4 —lt la exnerted
that the full regiatered vote will be eaet
In Cailf-rnla. notwlihatandtng the cam
paign haa heen an unusually qul-t one.
Both the Kepuhlican and Democratic
Central Committee claim the state by the
same plurality—l2ti to IX,IX*> A ronrv
atlve estimate Is that the state will only
go 5,000 or FOOn either way.
The Republican committee claims uK
seven rongres*tn< n. but gives no figures
The r. mac rats claim 'hey nil! elect four
congr* semen Roth sides claim ice Legis
>OW PL A 1,41*0 TGWEMEI.
But Ibe state Will. \e, erlhelesa. tie
Nashville. Tenr, Nov 4—Headquarters
of hath the Dem -Title and S ate Commit
tee to-nlgh: gave ostt stgtementa relative
to Tuesday's election In Tennessee
Chairman Fltipatrl< k. Ltemocra'. dcclatsw
that Democratic victory Is assured He
gives no figures
L ff Kennedy. In charge of the Re
publican headquarters, claims a gaits of
thre- cor.gres-men and the elee'lo® of otic
Oold Democrat. H ext>e<'ts material
gains In the legislature Tennessee, he
aeserts. will p:aee hers-lf In the Repub
lican column by the election of John E.
McCall for Governor and giving Me Kin
lay a majority.
A CAMPAIGN OF MORALID.
*#T ATE RENT I**l ED IIN I’ROIIIRI-
I ION 4 II AIR M AN
W ihilli *il in Hw%* Found
IH>idlrrtioii ANlfli !4 % fiHrd •> •l *
Two 4)ld I'ardfA-l'rohiitilinn 4 nm
pfiliiii AA 111 (in Mliilit on \f(rr ili*
r.krllnn—K la 4 lilni*d (lr I'rohl
liltlnia \*r Will Hr From
1 •r. • IH Non 4—N rtai I’bairman
Oliver Pi* wart bn? !*(?(*’! *?4 *nv ni a*
to th* work of th* Rrohil ;<n r*rtv lb
■ Th*' Prohibition camp.i -n hi? th
most thorough and i*t*tlvr in ?h* hiatory
. ; th, |mr? . Mr \V,oH*y bn? t *< nln
Vit ,]x ( . from iv#an to ■ it) l fr m
Mmm * t i to T*x** Thf* burden of our
Nj’i'i d> to the pwopl* ha* l*rn th- 4i**‘d
of rightrouin*** by th* atat* in I nation
W* hiivr in* * id tnat tti- a o*rnm*n?
hbould tf- om of partnership with ?ti*
liquor traffl' nnd wltdraw at one* th* p*
taction of law* from th* saloon "> l*v*
nd*avor*l to teach tli* people that
|i<*ne of th* ’douor traffic s wrong, be
<#4Ui* the aaloon wrong
“Wa have urged the voter* to leave ?h*
Repubd'in aid Demo. ratic p.irrie* !*•
cau*o of their *ib*ervlen#*v to th* liquor
inter*** "‘*x hnx* ottax’ked tho** parties
iieiMu** of their utter Inability to *ett *
either th* queetlonw win reference t*
which they ha\x mad* promise* and
*•( m**l fo t k' 1 i>oel*ion* " • *.iev* and
have declared tha? the tlm** are
ihe overthrow of both oM partie*. aid
• ha? no new party con or should win trial
make? sippeai to in>4hii.g lower than the
highest In men Hen *. the Popullit or
•nv other party that mwk** it* appeal to
the prßketbook or to m*r* *eli-ini*re#i
cannot win h dieting victorx The de*
mand now i for -• parly tha itandf 4 * r
.1 moral principle, and such is the Pro
hibition party Whether It ever elect*
its <ardiiat* t- immaterial I? wn;l ele*
i#fx issue to th* first pin* * on th* politic ii
do-’k** In American poll ns
W herever Mr. Woolly and our other
P**k*t have gone there has r**en plain
evidence of g* n‘r*l dletrus? of the old pa:
ties Thousands of m* n will vote for) Mc-
Kinley. nor her a os* they believe in him.
but hccau** they feat Brvan. other* will
vote for Bryan, not he* a us* they believ*
him a statesman, bu? because they fear
McKinley There wi.i olner thousand.?
who will d*eeri th* old parties an I vote
for Woolly because th*v believe that will
hasten .< new alignment oi pollti al for,:*
—a thing mos? deslrahe
’ The prohibition vote i? rot easy to e
tlmate for muc h of ti is slb-nt \ot* tmt
Indications point to r t than
with frtir prospect* >f .'/!.*ifiO r m**r
Whatever It Is. our next cam.xiign will
begin next Wednesday and will continue
without interruption until election day in
19n4 Oliver " Htewart.
•’Chairman NaUowal Prohibition Com
mit tee *
THE *R4H llt ITI4IN I AMIVAIGN.
Woolly to Mali* *nmr Kind of
Sprri'bri After lti* Election.
Peoria. 111.. Nov 4 —John O. Woolly.
Prohibition nomine* for President, spent
th* day quietly resting aboard hi? ?p* • tal
train in preparation for hla lust day's
work of #h* campaign. Th* spe l will
I leave Peoria to-mrrow* at 7 .V? o'clo. k for
a run through Northern Illinois, flntshlng
,! Rockford with the evening rally Stops
; wt.l ie made throughout Ihe day at Tr*-
moftt. Mackinaw*, Bloomington. El Piso,
i Mendota Dixon. Polo and Free
Mr Woolly this evening issued the fol
"We Prohibit ion i sts do not divide otir
work Inro amiMigns It goe* right on
I go East Immedl.itely to New York and
Baltimore •> m.ik* the som* kind of
speeches I have b**n delivering for tnlr
teen years With our share In ihl* pres
ent canvas# I nm well satisfied ”
NORTH CAROLINA’* MAJORITY.
state NA 111 4.4(* llrian 4n)wherr
From .‘Hi.iMMi i |o.hm>
Raleigh. N (*.. Nov. 4 Norih Carolina’s
nwijorltv for Brvan will hr any w her* from
m.ftfVi to F'.odn. Its sii* l*pen*llng oi
whether or not a full vote is polled. Re
publican# claim onlv two out of the nil e
Though the naiiontl campaign in this
state has been remarkably quiet. gr*t in
terest has l*ef-r mnifc-?"d in the Demo
cratic primary to !*♦ held on election day
to choose a successor to I’nlted State#
Senator Marion Butler (Populist) Th*
candidates at* F M Hlmmonr. present
Democratic State Chairman, at'.d JulLan
8 Carr, a wealfhv tobacco manufacturer.
Though both aid*-* are claiming i victory,
all Indications point to Simmons’ ejection
by a good majority.
BALLOT* AVt.HE RINSING.
Election Frond* Already 4 h*ri*d nt
llav 4 Ity. Mich.
Detroit. Mich , Nov 4 —A special from
Bav City. Mich . to the Fre* Pres# savs
I*v*al politicians were terribly excited
over a statement which appealed In n
West Bay City piper to-day. signed by
th* D*mo*rat|c Commit!*** of Bay county,
alleging fraud nd robbery of official
bal.o(# The statement is ar-onfipom* I
by an affidavit of Judge of Probate
Wright, a member of tn* Election Com
mission. which allege* tha* lo counting
the ballots as they rme from the printer,
they found 1% ballot# missing in the Pint
District, also that ther* were shortages
in ballots for the Second and Third Dis
CAMPAIGN IN MAV JERSEY.
Wald the Stale I* Practically Con.
reded to Mepiibllrii u*.
New- York. Nov 4 —Th* campaign in
New Jersey was practically closed last
night, with meetings In even* town and
city of any sit* In the state The Re. ;
puhißans claim tht McKinley will carrv
th* state by a go'.d majority Though
the state Is practically conceded to th*
Republicans, both tartle# will make a
hard fight for their legislative md con
gressional candui*!*# The Republican
are counting on electing six of the eight
congressmen and th* Democrats claim
ROTH (LAIRING DLLAAA ARE.
Nothing to Throw Ltiiht on (he Out
come lu Tlifll Male.
Wilmington. I * Nov 4 —Nothing de
veloped In the state to-day that wouil
throw an ylight on the outcome of the
presidential election. Bth #!d**§ #?T
claim that ’he victory wll br rhe.r? ni
no move * f an imp* rt r.t nature was m d#
during the day ■> ihe I 1* r.- o! **l?h*r
BOTH ARE CHANGING FH AI D.
Claimed Voters Are Being Colonised
In West Virginia.
Wheeling. W Va . Nov. 4 —To-night
there are Calm# from each partv that th#
other t* cek>nllng voter* in doubtful dl*.
trlets. and i? Is feared tha? there will be
trouble on election day. The leaders of
both parties, however, profess to be am- i
ioua to flgbt ihe battia hooesily
N laiTEI) THE HEPI BLIt ANN.
J wes mill Went to Hanna**
t’hl )g N*v 4 L\ ulsnr s that the na
tional ian ia.gr. i- a* odes cio*cd were
teen at the Auditorium Hotel to night,
when a? lft o’ I k SeiUllor Jones, the
n.i loj il Demo rati.* chairman, un i J U
.’*► ri!*- ! uiirn an of the IVmorraiii 17x-
utlie 4\-mmitt* I* ipiMVired a? Senator
1 1 it *i i 4 s a. . ttn*i t * n the fifth flo*'r,
I -hi * II tin ton and wcie invited
nv •.* R* * ul'h an na’loi ala rnian to
e in ” 4
In' ?,v.i imp.t gn managers exchang
e.i inquired affrr • ch others
4il h I lid t ally drifted Into u liscu**
kotit Otttll .. -lu- l
tt i.it. that vs a used ouM not b* is
<t 111 I l\ Mil 111 44401.1 X \
X> I In Hon Xitllnllon or ITi'llrmcnl
lii I tint dial#.
Cm, ,-.*nn 8 C . Nov 4 Tnere is ab
solutelv no agitation or ex 'itement in tbi?
Hu <* about tn< coming election Binc*
tn* primary election f-T nominating • tat *
• ft\. *re turn :.uvu not .een half a doirn
iimjuun **!*•. "). • *ldivered .n ths scj’c
Senator Tillman and i f.-w others have
mini*' r;cf refer*n "* to expansion, licit
a tor Mi'Lcirin has said nothing
Bryan n i th* iVtno* rail' nominee? for
i*. iiuroi* ii and t a*- state offl****# frm Gov
ernor d**wn will • urrv th* stair •? ?her.
l* no opjv.isjti.u exceiv? by <'olored Repul*
in ~n-li*l ti*'# wlh have no *|c
ban -of • tlon
PFTTIC.I4I W WILL 'Pi AK.
4ii iti|intun i 'lowa I alls W ill Encf
lli l • Even! ug
Sioux rail?. F P Nov 4—The cam
paign for United State* senator
from Bx>uth Dakot) will b* clos
ol to-morrow evening with
spee.'h bv Heriator Pettigrew in
this hi# home city Inter##? in the out*
c- me i? keen Registration lists in Bloux
Fills fhnw 1 lots registration of .1241
\ one lb* heaviest in the history
of the cits
VIRGINIA*!) MAJOR II A 'JII.OO .
Democrats Will Probably (ef Every
4 11111 reiii(n
Richmond. N’a Nov 4 *~Ther is no
change in th* election situa?b>n in Vir
ginia sin* * the |*ra* tl*al e.osing of th*
tmiMign Saturday nigh? The electoral
vote i# *.4f * - for Hr van by *un* J** wild
the Demo- rati* claim n full delegation in
f’ongresr Tne Republicans. however,
have a flgh'tng chance in three dlitric?#
FOR MIA 4)11 UF AMEHI4 Lg.
l.>eMl l*(ilitles Wnriiiiiia Ip—Other
Amtrl u? Ga Nov 4 —The formal in
nounrcm#nt thi.* morning of Mr W I'
Wold* for Mayor of Amcrlcus. give* d
-ditional inter**? o an alreadv spirited
c;imj-aigii There are now four randi
dates in the race for ihe mayoralty
Messrs J B Fe.der. W F Ularke. H
I Watts and W P Waills Prohibition
i# going to • ut som* figure in the ram
j*uign thre* of the candidate* being at
d* M prohibit tiiough the more con
servative * irnmt. well knf>wUig that th*
city administration cannot c - mtrol th**
whisky question. nn*l that th* town and
county 1* already drv for two years
more, wid vote regardless of a candidate -
position, on that question
Tii* primary *l* tlon for Mayor and
Aldermen wli t k* plu.V about Nov. j*,
and from this Gnu* forward until th* vote#
ar* * >unted the campaign will b* epirUtnl
Hon W 11. Beck, grand sachem. Im
proved Order of Hod Men of the state
will py an nffl* ml visit to I*annah**?c
Tnbt* h*r* <4l \V m-slav night, deliver
ing an addrees The R*l Men are
preparing n royal entertainment for th*
grand * • h-m. which Includes a bar been.
oyat*r tusd and u scalp dance ae a fin
ishing ton h to #h* ceremonies.
Burnt# r's rural mail service will be put
it* working order by the 15th Inst. Five
lines leading out of Am* rb us w ill le es
tablished. nnd the furmers are pbas-d
wi*h ti* pros; -art #-f having a daily mall
delivered a? their d*#or#
There D a greater demand fr farming
lands In Humter this full than ever before
known, nnd price# have stiff. n *1 consider
ing Many soles have been effected r#
• ently. I* th 1-irg* and small plantations,
on* of 1.3f tt‘ r*s selling for Ilft.OOt) Grain,
as w*ll as cotton. Is going to l* planted,
and already forme?* her#* ore putting In
large crops of wheat, oats and rye Farms
here at#* better cultivated and In .1 g*ner
•ll A* better condition than In many years
There are no sales of cotton here at
prevailing prices, a# farmers are more de
termined than ever to hold for an ad
\ mce. which they f#*l suie will com*
shortly Btock* in the six warehouses
h#re are light, being considerably less
than 4 Ofth bales, while much of this be
long? to buyers nnd export#?#.
TO ATOP INTIMIDATION.
Met ulliagh *>■ He lln* Heard It
\A 111 lie Practiced.
New* York. Nov 4 3up*nnt#mdent of
Elections McCullagh to-night sent to th*
Board of Police rommifsioner*. th* chief
of police, and other nffl’lsi# a communi
cation In whl* h he sovs he has received
information to #he effect tha? concerted
and 4)rgani*# , #l attempt? will be mad* in
many of th* *. ion districts of this city
by th* lawless element of h#* community
to Interfere with and intimidate voters on
eJe-’tlon day. Hup? McCullagh says
■ I do not hesitate to state that the ele
ment engaged in this contemplated viola
tion of law has been greatly encouraged
and fortified bv the open advocacy of vio
lence a? the polls reported in the dady
prints by persons prominent In poiitlc.il
Mctlvlt y. The interference wl*h ihe vot
ers indicated in my information will bv
the blocking of polls by organised gangs
Immediately after the opening thereof by
forming In lino ostensibly as voters, an I
applying for billot s under fictitious
names and after being rejected, to ra
form again ir> th* rir of #l* lin* ”
Mr M*Cullagh thn says tnat op n
threat# have been mad** tha? his deput es
will !*#• assaulted if they attempt o do
Chief Deverv to-day sent th* following
Instructions 10 l* us* I on election day to
all th* commanders of police precinct* In
Greater New York
"Tactics and me?h#vl# of Intimidation
practiced upon respe.-t this rltigens on#
y*ar In th* *tme tour months In any of
trie four count!#•> of N#w York city, who
have resided thi y days In an *>ci|on dis
trict snd who nr legal voters wl I not ho
to eraied or permitted by the police de
Inrtl#-atlon n<l Dyapapata hav* wieckrtl
'many llv-a l -opl. who *r k -tn I
nri:i**r4>. .hould know ihai hMlfh w u q
return If tha dl*allon wra nu la normal.
Thla la Juai tho <-on<>ltion Hoatallrr’,
promaoh Bliiara hr4n* nbout H ru t>%
Conallpatlon. Bltlouan-aa. K>rvouanaa
Mvrr an*l KiUnay TroiiM-s. ar q prl row,
tun<l •!<— p I< will mak* you wall San
lhal our i'rlvaio l(<vanu* Bump u> era
Ih- nark of tha ho'de
A He to HOSTtTTER’S
Troubles. SITTERS 1
rvjQkn The dictionary says
_Si -- r success means prosperity; k o( x! fortune;
- ;l wished-for result. The success of
—x Pearlinc means more. It means
that Pearlinc lias proved itself
the easiest, quickest, safest, most
—=— ■ - economical tlun" to use in washing
and cleaning. It means that women
have found this true, and haven't been slow to tell others the
truth about it. There’s nothing odd about the success of
Pearline. It does so much and saves so much.
Cleanliness is next akin to Godliness.
Full returns, direct wire, free
to all, thrown on screen, with
(jrand vsttreopticon exhibition com
ELKS GREAT FAIR,
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 6.
LINDSAY & MORGAN’S
Buck’s Stoves and Ranges.
Read’s Odorless Refrigerators.
Imperial Furniture Polish.
Carpet Size Ruffs.
F*. S.— Read our large- act.
McDonough a ballantync, w’
Iron Founders, Machinists * 1
a.1i,1UX.,., >n .. la , r. of MI. „ , ’-4.'
—* ’ ** J I'.rutkU ... lop Ui.ouloo ~ *yj
t#r* **IU., ..... Mill --, . ftlo. t-.11.f., -t-
TELEPHONE NO. 123.
FLORIDA 4 H4l9* REPORT'.
'npreitae 4 onrl l'ror##llti#-(Hh#r
Tallahassee. Fla , Nov, 4 —Tn* last rr*>p
hulielln f>r the s* a son, Juf# i-?**#! by (he
Sta?* Dspaftmsnt nf Agti<ul(ur*. shows
th* following r*iatlv* o the eondltkm and
prospertive yield rf Florida field #*ro;#
snd rlirus fruits. romimrsd with an
Conditkm—Upland cotton, fe. se island
cotton. 71; sugat can*. iC. field |**as. 87.
rl'e. st). velvet beans. 88. sweet *#• t>es,
DJ; |*-anuts. 81; cassava. 88. hi). 87. ba
nanas. 112. orange frees. 87. jlm* tree".
lt2; lemon tr*#*s. 107. grapefruit tree*. I***
prospective yield—Upland cotton ft* sea
.slanl cotton. 7ft; sugari ane. 97. Held peas.
lice, 9#. velvet 131. sweet po
tatoes, J'. peanuts, 88, i-assavn. 13?. hav.
114, banana*. 138. orange trees, ID. lemon
tr**t\ lift. Urn* tr#v s. 137. grape fruit tree*
The Platonic Debating Bodety me? at
th* Seminary yesterday evening, when
the regular ord**r of bus.ness was suspend
ed and resolutions upon the death #>f
Are? Ix>nk. a member of the society, who
died during the past vacation, were r#ad
und adopted ar.d euiog.e# pronounced by
Paul Carter. A#a B Clark and W. R
Crawford, after which the society sd
Mrs. R. M Ferrell, a iady 71 years old,
has opened a tailor shop in the old Flori
dian building She Is very Intelligent and
?ay* that forty-eight year* ntro she was
a guest In the same building which was
then a hotel Bh* states that her father.
Holomon Ms thews, snd Dr John L Craw
ford, now Secretary of State, were then
members of tho Florida Legislature
Mr F X flirt dl*d on Friday The f?i.
neral took plaee from th* rsldence fa
E M Mabry, formerly f Daw#ep. g#
now a farmer on Lake Ji* kson, has this
year made on one-fourth of an acre, ferti
lised. a hale of rotlon weighing over Vm
pounds. On Saturday h* brought tn vari
ous sample* of this notion In bolls and
otherwise, which he forward#*! o the Val
dosta fair. The variety was the Improved
fhnmplon King r^fton
W J Clark r>f Vlvans has been appoint
ed n tary public for th* sta'e at larg*
Absent Ta lihassear.a are ffo'king home
?o vote for Bryan. Jennings and Tallahas
Supreme 4 ourt I'roeeeiliog?.
Btrlckland. plaintiff In error, vs
IkOuTsvllle an*! Naehvllie Rallrosl Com
pany. defendant in error; Walton countv
' Writ of error dismissed for f-illur#* to file
abstract of record, as required hy rule 3i
Minnie- Halle et al ai peiiants. v# Ja
ob R. Einrtcln, appellee. Duval county
Appeal •llsmlssed (or failure to (11* ab
stract of record, as required by rule
J E. Robeson, plaintiff In error, vs. the
First National Bank of Orlando, defend
ant In error. Orange county. Judgment
r*v*r#*d Opinion by J list ice Carter.
William ft*. Middleton er •! . appellants,
vs th* ('|y of Hi Augustine et al . ap-
P#)lee#. Bt Johns county. Deer** rever*
I ard cause for further pro
j 4 ceding? <*>pinton per curiam
i The court stands adjourned until Tua*-
1 •**. -\'*w u.
SfKW HK\ KM £ < I TTKR.
Th*>ar> llrtlunnl for 4 u>>••• NfM’lri*
Urea at Ilea uftrl.
Beaufort, 8. C . Nov 4 —Four pw'ullar
looking rrfn, uhi-h proved upon fnvao*
Ugniion* to he l*nit*d Hfnto* revenue
rut ter* d**atln*d for Cub*. rruttel
•bout In the river dlrertly in front of
•own for upward of an hour yeaterday.
The atranjr* looking veeaela were exaetly
alike and are < ona:ru<'ted <-xpr*aaly for
■ ruialns in ahallow water Ttiey were not
formidable looking.being scarcely ae large
a* on ordinary tow boat, but they aur
reeded In arnualng the Interest of the
Heaufort aborigine*. who freely Indulge.!
In all aorta of ap*“ , ui*f ion na to the mean
ing of th*dr a’rang# maneuvera The
veaaela formed i* ration of a fleet of aim
liar eraft ifitlnel for aervlre in the Weat
Irxilep and became aepar *! from their
companion* in a atorm. which they put
Into Port Royal to avoid They left for
*•** in the afternoon and will endeavor to
overt.ke th*- remainder of the fleet aome
where down the cr.%t.
Fortrtti for Monday and Tuesday:
rjeorgla. Bourn Carolina. Eastern Flor
ida ond Western Florida—Fair weather
and pleasant temperature Monday and
Tuesday: light northerly winds.
Yesterday's \V<ther at Savannah-
Maximum temperature Hft a
m 41 degrees
Minimum temperature a3O a
m K degrees
Mr an lrmprrad.ro 40 degrees
Normal temperature tin degrees
Accumulated excess alnrr
No' i r. degrees
A•" jmu.aird ogee,* since
Jan. 1 224 degrees
Rainfall .in lor<h
Normal • Inch
E*<e* aincr Nov 1 X*l inchra
Deficiency since Jan 1 tSI Inches
Rlvrr Rrporl-Tho hlght of the Savan
nah rlvrr a* Augusta, at g a. m. (7sth me
ridian time, yesterday, was 12 3 feel, a
rise of 3,1 feet during the preceding twen
Ohrervut one taken at the earn- moment
of time at all flatlonf, Nov. 4. ISOO. 1:00 p.
m.. 75th meridian time.
Name ot Station. .T. | V. Rain
Boalon. ptly cldy. ..... ..; go" j“L |
New York city. ptly. cldy.l M| L (h
Philadelphia, cloudy | JJ | .00
Washington city, clear M I 4 j ,rx
Norfolk, raining j m 23 24
Hutteraa, raining j x | 42 .53
Wilmington, cloudy | 50 i u .04
Charlotte, clear |no t, | .1*
Raleigh, clear j sx j g j .04
Charleston, clear j M g! T
Atlanta, clear | m 14 jno
Augusta clear I u ir>
Savannah, clear jgo I, 00
Jacksonville, elenr I 4K 4 on
Jupiter, clear i 72 14 00
Key West, clear 1 74 | 12 m
Tampa, clear j 4 ■ 4 00
H P Boyer. - "
CeacAi Fartuuii oi&uaJ,