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Black Hundred Causes Panic In
EVIDENCE OF FRAUD.
MISS STRONG HAND OF TREPOFF
Martial Law Throatens Poland, Whoro
Condition li Serlout Witto
8t. Petersburg, Nov. 11. Except In
the kingdom o( Poland, whoro tho
rapidly growing Nationalist movement
and tho atato ot tension among tho pro
lotarlnt will soon bring about tlio do
claration of a stato ot war, Russia
eecms, for tho titno being, at least, to
bo generally tranquil. Telegrams from
interior points report tho restoration
ot order in nearly nil citlea and towns,
but in many cities, notably St. Peters
burg and Moscow, tho better classes of
tho population aro greatly disturbed
owing to tho rumors of approaching at
tacka by tho "Black Hundred," com
posed ot the most ignorant types ot the
populace which, according to theso ru
mors, are scheduled to take place in St.
Petersburg tonight and in Moscow to
Tho approhension in St. Petersburg
has become so great that tho prefect of
police, who succeeded General Trepoff
In command ot the city police, has in
fltructcd his subordinates to take the
fullest measures to crush any disorder
in its incipiency, eo as to disabuse the
minds of the "loyalists" of tho idea
that the police would remain inactive.
In such an emergency the strong hand
ot General Trepoff is being missed, even
by the Factions which most execrated
Count Witto'a new cabinet may now
bo regarded , as completed. Count
Lamedorff, minister of foreign affairs,
and M. Manukhin, minister ot Justice,
will retain their positions, leaving only
the posts of ministers of tho interior
and education to bo filled. Dmitri
Shlpoff, of Moscow, who was president
of the first Zemstvo congress, has defi
nitely declined to accept any position
in the cabinet.
MASSACRES IN BESSARABIA.
Mob Incited to Kill Jews by Lies of
Odessa, Nov. 11. Authentic ac
counts received here from various
points in Bessarabia show that theanti
Hebrew outbreaks there followed the
same lines as at Odessa, varying only
in the number ot victims.
At Kishineff the disturbances were
preceded by inflammatory speeches by
gendarmes and city oHleia.s near the
governor's house, asserting that the
Hebrews had attempted to take the
life of the local bishop, and intended to
loot tho treasury. The mob thus in
cited started tho bloody work. Carry
ing icons and portraits ot the emperor,
the mob proceeded to Alexandrovskai,
Pnshkan.kaia and Oostinkala streets,
devaitating and pillaging unhindered.
A mob at Ismail, lieesarabia, burned
alive 11 Hebrews who had hidden in a
Vandlver Is Restrained.
St. Louis, Nov. 11. -The New York
Life Insurance company, through its
attorneys, late this afternoon applied
to United States Circuit Judge Adams
for an injunction to restrain State In
surance Superintendent Vandiver from
enforcing his order prohibiting the
company from carrying on further buai
nesa in Missouri. The application was
favorably .passed upon by Judge Adams,
who issued a restraining order direct
ing Mr. Vandiver to show cause why
he ehould not bo prevented from en
forcing his order.
New York's Eloctlon Will Bo Thor
Now York, Nov. 10. Tho contest
over tho mayoralty election inaugur
ated by William Randolph Hearst, tho
Municipal Ownership candidate, devel
oped interesting and spectacular feat
Charges thnt several ballot boxes had
been stolen before tho returns wore re
ported nnd that others were found un
sealed were made during tho day. Tho
investigation ot tho election promises
to bo tho most thorough over made in
Now York City.
Tho polico havo not repotted any
ballot boxes missing sinco tho election,
but there havo been reports that un
locked nnd unsealed ballot boxes havu
been found in out-ot-tho-way places.
There was one report thnt ten men on
tho tugboat Robert White had picked
up four ballot boxes floating in tho
North Itlver early yesterday, nnd Mr.
Mayer admitted having such iniorma
Hvidenco ot gross carelessness in the
care of election returns developed yes
terday when tho ollicial envelope con
taining the ollicial returns nnd tally
sheets for the 73J election district ot
tho 05th assembly district was found
in a baby carriago in the cellar of a
house in Tho Bronx. How it got there
no one in the Iioubo was able to ex
plain. The tally sheet showed that 2(1
votes had been cast for Ivins, 09 (or
McCIellan nnd 130 for Hearst. Both
Mr. Jeromu and Attorney General
Mayer nt onco began an investigation.
Mr. Hearst announced today nn ad
ditional reward of $10,000 for evidence
for the arrest, conviction and imprison
ment ot the first Tammany district
leader to be tonvicted of frauds against
the ballot in Tuesday's election. This
is in addition to the other ronards, ag
gregating (17,000, for proof of crimes
against the ballot and registration laws
in the election. This makes tho total
of rewards he has offered $27,000.
The first information camo to Dis
trict Attorney Jeromo yesterday
through a policeman, who walked into
his oilice with a bunch of ballots, and
said that he knew where more ot the
same kind were to bo found, but that
ho had not dared to bring in all he had
found until ho had been assured of
protection. He was sent buck with a
county detective, whom ho escorted to
n barber shop, where tho ballot box
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
FLOATING MINES A MENACE.
British Fleet is Preparing.
London, Nov. 11. It is stated in
official circles here that an agreement
has been arrived at among the powers
concerning the naval demonstration
against Turkey. A dispatch to a news
agency from Gibraltar says that the At
lantic fleet has been ordered to remain
there pending further instructions.
Tho vessels, tho dispatches say, have
been expected to take on a full supply
of coal, ammunlton and provisions,
but that the objective of the fleet is
Pleiades Barely Misses Destruction
Victoria, II. C, Nov. 10. The
steamer Pleiades, which arrived today
from Niu Chwang and Tientsin, had a
narrow escape from destruction by n
floating mine near Niu Chwang on Oc
tober 8. Officers of the Pleiades re
port that floating mines are now n great
menace in the China sea, and several
vessels have been lost to date as a re
sult of them. The Hsieho was sunk n
day before the Pleiades passed the
mine. This steamer struck a mine
when off the Shantung coast, near Wei
Hal Wey. There were two foreign
passengers, nnd both were among the
survivors of 110 perrons who were on
hoard. Fiffeen were drowned The
steamer Chinhua rescued 00 people
Messrs. Manchau and Muir, engineers.
who were residents ot Shanghai, were
among tho drowned.
News was brought by the Pleiades
that Admiral Nel-ogatoff, when inter
viewed at Hong Kong, en route to Eu
rope, stated he would not go to Russia,
but proposed instead to go to France,
and subsequently to the United Stntes.
Wu Ting Fang, ex-Chinese minister
to the United States, is reported to
have lost his hearing permanently as a
result of the bomb outrage at Pekin on
the occasion of tho departure ot the
Chinese commissioners to foreign
CROOK LAND SOLD.
Harrlman Intorosts Socuro Control of
OIK Irrigation Projoct.
Salem The transfer at tho Columbia
Southern Irrigation company's Interests)
in tho Rend country to it newly formed
corporation organised by men connected
with tho Harrlman system is n sign
pointing toward tho construction ot n
railroad from some point on Harrlman
lines to tho irrigation district in Crook
Tho Columbia Southern Irrigation
company was largely backed by tho
same Interests thnt built tho Columbia
Southern railway. Thesaluol tho road
to llarritunn people haa now boon fol
low ed by tho transfer of tho Irrigation
company's Interests in tho 27,000 acres
ot laud being reclaimed Just went ot tho
Deschutes river and north ot tho Tuma
lo, in Crook county. This land Is
northwest of Rend nnd practically ad
joining thnt being reclaimed by tho
Deschutes Irrigation A Power company.
Tho now company, known as tho Co
lumbia Southern Irrigating company,
has filed articles in tho State depart
merit with James K. Wilson, II. 1.
Connor and V. R. I.lUcnhorg ns Incor
porators. Tho capital stock is $1100, -
000. It is stated in tho articles thnt
tho company proposes to tnko over the
property nnd affairs of tho Columbia
Southern Irrigation company.
SHEEP SENT EAST.
Trade From Southeastern Oregon
Brings In 52,000,000.
Raker City The active stato ot the
sheep market this fall has Imhu n mat
ter of congratulation to thnt portion of
Southeastern Oregon interested in this
branch ot tho stock raising industry,
although tho estimates sometimes
made, of $3,000,000 having been
brought into this country this season,
are too much by half, according to tho
"sheep kings" of Kustern Oregon.
Miles Lee, recognized as Raker coun
ty's leading sheepman, and W. G.
Ayro. another sheep king, from Durkee,
Raker county, both stato that aliout
$2,000,000 worth of sheep havo been
shipped from Kustern Oregon this year.
Prices havo ruled from $1.76 as high as
$3 60 in extreme cases. Considerable
shipping has been done this year from
Huntington and Ontario, these points
boing most convenient to Malheur nnd
Harney counties. Freight rates to the
Kastein markets are the same from
these points as from thoso farther north
along tho O. II. A N.
KLAMATH LAND 18 SELLING.
Donvor Capitalist Gets Finn Tract of
Klamath Falls Land In tho Klamath
basin Is now being sought niter bv big
speculators ns well ns tho man who Is
looking for nil Ideal place to hulld n
homo nnd renr n family. Tho order
from Washington, I). 0., calling for the
placing of bids for tho work ott tho
main canal of tho Klamath Irrigation
project, Is bringing in Investors by tho
score, nnd local land agents mo having
their hands (till to handle tho would-be
Tho latest deal ot moment In realty
was closed this week, when C. K.
Wnutlnnd, of Denver, Colo., laud agent
for tho Union Pacific railroad, closed. a
ileal whereby ho nnd othera became,
owners ot tho Mitchell tract oil. 800
acres, lying two miles Mow Klamath
Fnlla. Tho price paid (or this tract
was $40,000. OhnrleAV. Kbcrllno, of
Now Ymk, laud agent (or thu Southern
Pacific, who is now stationed nt Han
1'raticlsco, wns nlso hero this week
looking over tho country nnd Inquiring
about land value-). What his mission
wna Is not yet given out.
I-Htid values In tho hastn have re
mained practically tho same, lor several
months, the prospect ot irrigation not
having nffected them so tar to a great
Irish Opposed to Alliance.
New York, Nov. 11. Sentiments in
opposition to efforts to bring about an
alliance between the United States and
Great Rritaln wero given expression to
night at a meeting in Cooper Union
under tho auspices of tho Irish associa
tion. Speakers declared that the ar
rival of the Rritish squadron under
command ol i'rinco i-ouls of Rattenberg
was not for social courteBlea; but was
planned in the interest of nn alliance
between the two nations.
Will Not Hurt Policy-Holders.
St. Louis, Nov. 10. "Tho policy
holders in Missouri will not ho hurt
by the action ot Insurance Commis
sioner Vandiver in suspendim- tho li
censes of the New York Life Insurance
company to do businea-t in this state.
We will see that their interests nre
protected to the fullest extent. The
attorneys will hold a meeting tomor
row, but until then we cannot tell what
we will do to met the emergency," said
W. C. Crow, ex-attorney general, and
an attorney for the New York Life In
Wltte Winning Friends.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 10. Prospects
are growing brighter for a working
combination between Count Witte and
the conservative faction of the Constit
utional Democrats and tho wing ot the
Zemetvoiata which wna left behind in
tho rapid development of reform ideas
in the congresses. The resignation of
General Trepoff and his nomination as
post commandeer of the imperial pal
ace Is generully reported in the city
Millions (n Stumps.
Raker City Two Russians named
Solomon nro here from tho Hast inves
tigating yellow pine stumps, from
which they claim to have a process for
manufacturing turpentine and tar.
They say there is millions in it, and
are now in tho hills surveying stump
ago. They must have decayed stumps,
the theory being that old yellow pine
stumps absorb chemicals from the
ground. Four and one-half cords of
stumps make $160 worth of turpentine
and tar, and the procesa can b re
peated 10 times a month. It I if be
lieved local capital will interest itself
in the enterprise.
Looking for Seining Grounds.
Asorla A representative ot Puget
sound parties has been hero during the
past few days conferring with the own
ers of some of the principal inderwnd
ent seining grounds in tho Columbia
river, in an effort to secure options and
property. As near ns can be learned,
a company is being organized on Puget
sound to erect a salmon cannery on the
Columbia, but before any definite steps
aro taken the company desires to ob
tain possession of a number of seining
grounds as the principal source from
which to secure ita fish.
Will Have Mutual Phones.
Oregon City Stock Is being sub
scribed liberally by Oregon City busi
ness men towards n corporation for in
stalling n mutual telephone exchange
In this city ns the connecting link to
the successful operation ol the rural
telephone system In Clackamas county.
It Is proimscd to form n company with
n cnpltal stock of $7,600 nnd Install nn
exchange having UJ0 phones. This ex
change ha been petitioned (or by sub
scribers to the vnrlnus rural telephone
companies throughout the county. At
the rnte stock In tho proposed company
Is selling, the company will bo organis
ed in n few tlaya.
Work Progresses at Waldo Lake.
Eugene Knglticcr Simon Klovilahl,
in charge of the preliminary work of
constructing a large reservoir at Waldo
lake, on the summit of the Cascade
mountains, for an irrigating system to
be Installed by A. It. Rlock and his
associates in thu Upper Willamette val
ley, is now in Ktigeue and retorts two
feet of snow havo fallen at the summit
in the last two weeks. His crew tin
completed a good trail from tho road to
tho lake; has built a house for the
winter; has commenced work on a big
canal to tap and drain the lake.
Eastern Money for Railroads.
Raker City Articles of incorpora
tion ot tho Ontario A Idaho railroad
havo been filed in Roise by N. C.
Richards, an attorney of Sampler.
Wheeler A Co., of New York, capital
ists, who are interested in Sampler
mines, are said to bo behind the pro
Ject, which is to hulld n railroad from
Ontario to Emruvtt, Idaho. It is re
ported the Vale railroad, recently In
corpora ted to build toa connection with
the Oregon Short I.lno, Is harked by
Hanker Havnge, of Chinook, Mont.
All Fruit Crops Are Light.
Freewater Judge Geer, Oregon slate
horticultural commissioner, spent sev
eral days In this section la-it week, and
while here was the guest ot John 8.
Vinson. He reports light fruit crops
in general over the eutlro state. A I
though the Freewater crop was lighter
than usual, good prices prevailed and
fruit rancliera realised as large profits
ns In the prevloun years. Mr. Geer ap
pointed Howard Kvans of this place
fruit inspector for this vicinity.
Expects Much From Fulton.
Coquille Coquille valley ia expect
ing much from the recent visit of Sen
ator Fulton, who has Just returned to
his In me In Astoria. Everything was
done to make the tow days spent by the
senator In this vicinity not omy pleas
urable to himself, but also profitable
to the valley and Coos bay. The Junior
senator was given every opportunity to
famillnrlze himself with the growing
needs of the Coquille river and Coos
Wide Ledge Near Railroad.
Eugene More excitement has been
caused in the Mohawk valley by the
discovery of another gold bearing quartz
ledge near Marcola, on tho Wendllng
branch of the Southern Pacific railroad.
Tho Hyland flroa., who operate n anw
mill near Marcola, found a ledgo 32
feet wide. Samples of the oie assayed
went from $1.00 up to $7.60 per ton,
It ia probable this lodge will bo developed.
McOlollan nnd Jerome Carry Now
1 York Holorm In Philadelphia.
I Washington, Nov. H. Election re
turns received by tno Associated Press
up to 2 o'clock this morning show thnt
tho Deinoiirnta have curried the mayor
nlty cniiipnlgn In Now York City, the
slate ticket In Pennsylvania, tho stale
ticket In Virginia mid tho city ticket In
I.oulsvlllo, while tho Itcpuhllrntin mmlo
n clean sweep In .Massachusetts and In
Chicago niul Cook county, and have
cntrled their tleketa In Now Jersey,
Rhode, Island, Nebraska nnd Maryland.
In Now York Hearst has n plurality
lit the Rorough ol llrnoklyu ol almost
10,000, with 14 election districts rolsi-
lug. Tho returns Indicate McOlnllnn'
ro-elecllon by severnl thoiisnud plural
ity. Hearst has charged (mud lu tho
voting. Rlid H. Coler was elected Ixir
ough president of llrnoklyu on the Mu
nicipal Ownership ticket. The New
York election shows that municipal
ownership will bo n conshlernhle (actor
in the city's politics.
In Ohio the result Is still doubtful,
though the returns up to a late hour
Indicated tho election of Pattlson, the
Democratic candidate (or governor.
Tho suffrage amendment in Maryland
wns defeated overwhelmingly. Massa
chusetts elected n Republican governor
by n majority approximating that ol
Douglas, the present Democratic gov
ernor. Following Is a summary ol thn
New York Mayor, George R. Mc
CIellan, Democrat, re-elected by small
plurality; William Trnveta Jerome,
Independent, dMrtct attorney, re-elected;
Hint H. Cider, Municipal Owner
ship, elected Imrougll president of
Ohio -Roth Democratic and Rrpiih
llcau lenders claim election. Pattlson,
Democrat, rnrrled Cincinnati, Clovr
land, city and county, nnd the Demo
crats uindo gains In Toledo and Akrnu
Maryland Thn constitutional
amendment, whose puriosi was to dis
franchise negro voters, wns defeated.
Republicans elected thn slate coiii
troller and city ollicial. Political com
plexlon of tho legislature uncertain.
Massachusetts Thn Republicans
elected Curtis Guild, Jr , Republican,
governor by 20,-436 plurality, and K. K.
Diaper, Republican, lieutenant gov
ernor by .1 B42.
Chicago Ri publicans made a clean
sweep In Chicago and Cook county.
Roltcrt It. MeCormlck, Republican,
elected president of the loard ol sani
Rhode Island ('Iran Republican
rcrinsyivanin I'lillailelphln over
whelmingly carilcd by the City party
(reform ticket). Ilerry, Democrat,
elected state treasurer by upward of
Virginia The Democratic plurality
Is nlMitit 20,000, and Kwnnsou la elected
governor. Negroes generally remained
away from the polls. Thu next legis
lature on Joint ballot will have 2.1 Re
publicans, Instead ot 10, ns nt present.
Halt Lake City The American part-
(anti-Mormon) defeated tho Mormon
Democratic ami Republican candidates
Jew JerseyRepublican gnlns In
legislature sulllcleiit tu preclude nny
Democratic success to United States
Senator Dryilrn. Reformers elect !.v
erett Colby, IudcK-udcut Rcpulillc.ui,
to state senate in hwn county.
Nebraska Republicans elected state
San Francisco Union I-altor candi
date for mayor probably elected by
luuiniiapoiis Kcpumicaii mayor
OHIO IS DEMOCRATIC
WorKlnu iMi)orlly oi Lciilslaturo.
and Governor of Stale,
HEARST CONTESTS IN NEW YORK
Loulsvlllo Fuslonlsls Will Fight Elec
tion of Democratic City Ofllcors
and Members of Legislature.
Middy Dismissed for Marrying,
Annapolis, Md Nov. 11. Itollo
Cnrlylo Palmer, of Charlotte, Vt., has
been dismissed from the Naval Acad
emy for marrying while on leave this
summer, lie was 22 years old, and a
member of the second class.
Driven Crazy by Defeat.
Zaneavillo, O. Nov. 10. J. K, Grot
zer, Republican candidate for member
of tho board of public service, who was
defeated at Tuesday's election, wna to
day adjudged insane and committed to
tho Columba stato-hospital. His men
tal condition is nttributod to
over the election.
Hop Sales at Silverton.
Silverton Lachmund A Co., of
Salern, bought 107 bales of hops of N.
A. Snell at 8 cents, ami Wolf A Son, of
this place, bought 61 hales of JMer Ol
son n OH cents anil 64 bales ( S. O.
Rue at the name prlco, They bought
4U bales of J. Ambeer at OcenH, Ruy
era are reticent about reporting sales.
Only prime hops aro being sold.
Start Timber Tests 8non.
University of Oregon, Eugene Ex
pert Knapp, representative of tho gov
ernment In charge ot thn timber testing
btatlon, haa arrived in Eugene and will
commenco experiments as soon aa the
big testing machine is installed in the
new building. Carpentora expect to
worry I haVo the structure ready o he ma-
I shine in a few days.
Wheat Club, 73c per bushel,
bluealem. 76c; valley, 7-1 76cj
Oats No. 1 white feed, $20;
gray, $26 per ton.
Rarley Feed, $2I.6032; brewing,
$22(422 60; rolled, $22.6032tl.
Rye $1 60(1 00 per cental.
Hay Kaotern Oregon timothy, $16
HI per ton; valley timothy, 1I1-';
clover, $8Q0; grain hay, $80.
J-rults Apples, $ll 60 per box;
huckleberries, 7c 'per pound; pears,
$1 2601 60 per box; grnpea, $11.76
per box. Concord, 16c per basket!
quinces, $1 per box.
Vegetables Reana, wax, 10(3120 per
pound, cabbage, 131 Uc pounds caull
flower, $1.2601.60 dozen; celery, 76c
per dozen; corn, 60o per sack; cucum
bers, 6000c per dozen; pumpkins, i
lc; tomatoes, $1 per cratn;
squash, ?4lc per pound; turnips, 00c
$1 per aack; carrots, 06Q76o per
sack; beets, 86r$l per sack.
Onions Oregon yellow Danvera,
f i zo per back.
Potatoes Fancy, 76c per sack; or
dlnary, 66()0o; Merced sweets, sacks,
$1.00, crnics, $2.16.
Ilutter Fancy crentnory, 26a0o,
Eggs Oregon ranch, 322fl2)$c.
Poultry A vornge old hena, 10 lie-
young roosters, 001 On; springs, lie;
iircsHou iiiiicuena, U'QHoj turkeys,
live. 17018o; geeso, live, 80o; ducks,
Hops Oregon 1006, choico, 8llo;
owe, nominal, jqsiuu,
Wool Eastern Oregon average best,
102lcj lower grades down to 16c, ac
cording to shrinkage; valley, 25Q27c
Reof Dressed bulls, 1 2o por pound ;
cowa, fl4b; country steora, 4IJ$e
Veal Dressed, fancy. OUfi27e. im
pound ;ordlnory,436oj lamba, 77.c
Pork Dressed, 07J$c por pound.
Soft Coal Operators to Organize.
Chicago, Nov. 8. Owners of aolt
coal mines have decided to hold n na
tional convention in Chicago, and It is
expected to result In the formation of a
national federation of coal mine niwrat
or. riin meeting w he held No
vember 22, at the call of tho com nils,
sinners and secretaries of the Mine
Ownera' association, which are scat
tered throughout the United Slates.
This follows nn announcement by olll-
cinia oi tno Coal Miiioworkcra' union
that a demand for n wngo increase will
bo made in January.
Reform for War Department.
Washington Nov. 8 President
Roosevelt lias approved the recomuien-
iiationa lor certain reforms in the rou
tine business of the War department
which wero prepared under the direc
tion of Acting Secrulnry Oliver. These
change havo been brought about by
tho action of the president in creating
the Keep commission. Ills letter critl-
cismi the methods of work In connection
with papers of both Army mid Nnvy
departments and General Oliver took
the mutter up nt once.
Russia Becoming Pacified.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 8. Tho follow
Ing ollicial communication la mildi-lu-i
this morning! Aa tho dlvera regions
of Russia aro becoming pncllled It is
ovldent that tho acuta crisis precipi
tated by thu shock of the new system
In collision with expiring tendencies,
approaches mi end. The tragic and
deplorable events of the piiBt week In
muiiy part of tho empire may bo re
garded aa the spontaneous reuutlon of
tho conservative elements.
Washington, Nov. II. Tho election
of John M. Pattlson, Democrat, as gov
ernor of Ohio by approximately -10,000
plurality over Myron T. Derrick, thn
present Republican governor; n Demo
urntlu working majority In both house
of the Ohio legislature; an Immediate
appeal ol William It. Hearst, the Mil
iiiclprtl Ownership candidate for the
New York mayoralty, to the Htipreiniv
court to contest McClelUu's election In
thnt oily on thu basis nt alleged evi
dence of wholesale illegal nets nt tho
polls; n plurality of 3,4H6 votes for
McCIellan, nnd Immediate contest by
the fuslonlsls In I.oulsvlllo lu tint
courts against the election of Dsiuo
orntic municipal officers and members
o( the legislature were thn develop
ments In today's election aftermath.
McClcllmi's plurality Is thn mini
mum uti record for a successful mayor
nlty candidate In New York. Mr.
Hearst's mansgeis claim evidence of
Illegal acts against 1,000 Insiteotors of
elrctioti and that 10,000 of his adher
ents were turned hack from the polls
because their names nlrondy had Iwen
voted. District Attorney Jerome has
announced that lie will uiakn n senriih-
lug Investigation id the nllegrd whole
sale frauds nnd hss order-d the returns
(rum the Eighteenth aiul HlxlM-nlli
nsseinhly districts to lm carefully
guarded. Thfo are thn homo divisions
ol the Tammany leader, Murphy, and
In bmlsvllle, the Fusion party man
Kcrs claim a non-election In 14 pr
duels because of disappearance of eleo.
Hon Htraphernnlla; that Dmnoctalla
worker confiscated the Imllot Utxes In
14 other precincts and allowed falsifi
cation of returns and allege activity of
"thugs" and reMtrr.
All through Ohio the ImUi-hI returns
showed Republican Iimhh- and thn Re
publicans concede, that Pstll-on's plu
rality leache 26.000. The Democrats
claim that Pattlsou'a plurality approx
imate 65,000, which would elect the
entire Democratic ticket. Republican
concrde the Democrats between two.
ami five majority In thn senate and
from 10 to 16 lu the house, while thn
Democrats claim five In thn senate and
27 in tho house.
The City party (reform) plurality In
Philadelphia I 41 .13.1 fur sheriff, nnd
the Hislonlst candidate for state treas
urer (Rerry) carried the city by over
311.000 plurality. The upheaval was
the greatest lu Pennsylvania for many
lu Rhode Maud thn Republican
galM-rnatorlal candidate has n plurality
estimated at 6 000, and IWIdeiten
elect n Republican mayor fur tho first
tlinn In muy years.
In Massachusetts Democratic threats
are made of a refount ol the vole (or
lieutenant governor. Thn Republicans
III MawnehiiMtt have r.1,110 plurality
(or Guild (or governor, though Draper,
for lieutenant governor, got less than
2,000 plurality. The iVmoofhts inilned
thieo senator and one representative.
In the legislature.
Every candidate of the Union UUr
pnrtv In titii Francisco was electnl by n
In Hull take thenutl-Mormnu victory
Is made complete by the election of tho
entire American party city ticket.
The Kentucky legislature, which wilt
elect a sinwfwor to Senator Rlsckborn,
apparently will Include .11 Democrat,
live Republican and two doubtful In
tho senate, nud 70 Democrat, 14 Re
publicans and seven doubtful In thn
house, rim Democrat elected n mayor
In liulsvllle by nlHiut 2.60(1.
Nebraska waa carried by the Ropnb
Henna. Return from other stntes ami
cltle show notable changes,
Cossacks Killed In Ambush.
Kiitnls, Cauciuus, Nov. 8. Cossacks
who wero escorting M, Lnzaroriko, n
county official, and M. Peknraki, a
Justice of thu pence, were nmlmalied In
ii e uiorgeu iiiatrlct by revolutionaries,
who were fighting tho troops Hunt to
tho diatrict to restoro order, Two en
tire companies, consisting of 107 and
1?0 men respectively, wore wiped out.
Favors Blnglo Statehood.
Washlng'on, Nov. M. President
Roosevelt today Informed a delegation
ol residents ot Oklahoma thnt hu would
iiTomuieriil, In his forthcoming men
sago to congress, single statehood for
Oklahomn nnd Indian Terrilorv. Tim
comuiltteo toM the president thev
hoped congress would pass n slmlo
atntohood measure In accordance with
hi recommeiiihitlon. Hu iliecuiseil
briefly tho Incorporating In the atnto
hood measure of u stipulation for pro
hlbltionl of tho liquor Unfile, urging
that It bo left to tho people.
Hundreds Aro Undor Arrest.
Philndelpphla. Nov. I). Nivr I,.
the history of Philadelphia elcctlonn
iinvo so many nrcaln been uindo as In
thn contest Tuomhiy which resulted In
the defeat of the Republican orgnnlzn
Hon by tho Reform City party. HcorcH
of prisoners wero urrnlgind,yoHlerdny
boforo n iniiglHtralo, nnd nearly BOO
who were nrrcated mo under hull nunlt
Ing hearings todnv. Tho malorltv -,.
nciiBcd of voting nnd attempting to voto
Copyright Trenty With Japan.
Toklo, Nov, 0. H la announced that
a copyright convention between Jopon
nnd the United Stntea haa been Hntla
faclorlly concluded, nnd la on thu ovo
')( being signed. The matter him been
ft standing, question since 1001,