' .v'V.;; / ri -}. ,,-..Y,\'-A QFFLOIAL STATE O I n I t - vrÂ»\i T"w\*t,Â»Â» ; . T^-y. T NbuNCES ^LECTION: RESULTS. UcKlDley 'yYotsj'i.Ii. 193,60j). Â» Clesil Pl'arilUy ' of ~S3,7fl8--Thi".. BrsuHs 01 . the StÂ»VÂ« pÂ«BcerÂ». anil ConÂ»reÂ»tmeii Cdrittltiillonal Amendments,-'. :ir. ; Â·'. ,-.,.~--,Â«-. ~;~--~^--*-~Â»-i.rr - . , M o r r | Â» : piurolltj',,719:'. % ,...:/ ^ | l vSeventhlMsWdt*rMdy,86,007;'tommen, 23,73-3; Heiberg, I,n8; - Edily'Â« plurality, ^-v On'the state'ticket.tho total' vote is Â·given by tho board as'follows: . Governor--dough; 183,706; Â· I,lnd, !Â«?- '251; Dean, 6,164; Ames, 2,890; Hammond, 1,125; scattering, 26, total vptd, 3J7.351; Clough's plurality, 3,B53. ':.Â·':Â· * ; Â· - - .. -." Lieutenant Governor--John L. Glbb.s, 178,381; Bowler,' 141,210; Wcslgci'- B.917;' Steamers Dauntless and Commodore. to.Clear Under Certain Conditions. ' " . passed save that providing for a coustllu - Â· Â· Â· Â· -Â·Â·Â· TKdro wasa malority I'jjtlunsU'conven'tlOBi. '/: 2^pf over Â£3,000 111 favor of thhi propo-tltton ' ' Have Made Application for Papers arid-'the Officials Grant Theml Spanish Consul.at Jacksonville .' Placed j'n \aVPecuiiar '~1 '" 'Â·"'' Position. . COOK -;........;. Cottohwood ;.-.. .Crow.AVJng^....,. -./ Dodge..........tÂ·_;Â·Â·; : FarIbaillt .'.../.; Â·-" Fillrnpre ..'Frecborn ...... ' .Ubp'ilhue ..-:Â·;.-.". Â·- -GranI Ilentfepln ...... Houston ..:.... ' : "Hubbard .'..= -- Isa'hjl ......-: Jackson' Â·Kanabec : Krinrilyohl .... Klltscm - 'X-ac-qul Parle Â· .Lake:, - !Le Siicu'r ~j- Lincoln McLeod".'.'.'.'."'. Marshall Martin : -Meeker ..." MllleJLacs .... Jlorrison , -'-Mower ; 'Â· Murray ;Xlcoll'el :.'-. Noble's ............ -. ,, -17 ne l.Oiio 50 29 ': 2.3H)""90'~-'a7' . , M l - - - S o . - IS 1,350 " 58 '13 I 1,107 S'J 59 1.339' 1C7 JO 1.113 .-,93 .-Â· I'd "428---1IS I T8 I'.OOJ '-,-735 25 9 , 2li,'ir 1 2p,515 vl,24_ 1,701 Â·Â·-2.147 'Â·* 3 - 11 ^ -; 3!400.^ 3 li), 2|pS7 I.4SD. S20 -1.55S Â·'991 -17 3(1,' 4 'Â· 750 1 A... 7-21-:. f, ' 1.150 29 37 1.U3S 10 SS 1! 57 " C 'S5 31 67 " S 3 " H 2,151 . 753, ' U - IJKO- - so:). 695 3Â£0 2,235- 2,003 '. IJ71 703 1.C23 '-1,351 Â·1.593 Â· 1,053 1.200 . 1.222 1.730 (1.3J7' ' 2,05!' - 1,538 - 971 - ' - Â· J.i3 l.Stffl--; 1.131 3.379 Â· 1.407 1.201 Â· l.OSt. , 1.803 S37' 1.5G8 '-1I204- Â· 1.3S2'- 1.301' 3,201 A 1;7U" - 3.5.11,"'4.4S2 1 6 2 ; - 7 I I 1,152 Â·-.Â·-; S75 13'-30 ' $62. S19 17 Â·'. 17 ' 2!835-' 6,054' 69 "34 .\ 1,773* .i.GSS'. ' 4 V . 8'17.522 12,048'177 433 Â·T.818'" l.m "31 24 2,553--' 1,978.,, 51 3S 3.4S3' 2,002;Â»103. 110 1 ''OS 7ti-- *Â· '.2S '^, ,'Â£87;. 527,;; G 9.E10 7.412; ; ,?2 Â· liJSfrA 1.706 Â·;Â· 28 1.008 .' : ' W; IS l,S2C. ff 1,251 19 '/ '9SI- . -CS3 1 ----23 .,, 1,273; 1,2'^. Â«.: '5S9--.-'.903 ,from internal Improvement land fund to 9 the internal improvement road and bridge v fund, yes, 163,72};.no, 23,991. 'ii Shall there bo a constitutional couveii- jr-.tion, yes, 9o,303; lio, 70,653. * Amendment to section four (4) of article five (5) of tho constitution of the state of - Miuucsota, defining tho authority, iiiiil- .;' duties of the governor in relntion to . nar- 51 dons, nnd .creating u board of pardons, 24i' yes, 130,351; no, 45,097. ; " Â· ' - Â· 5 - Ameudmcut to section one (1) of article _ . seveii ( 7 ) o f the constitution of thestntn :V of Minnesota which relates to elective a franchise, yes, 97,930; ui,.62,464. Amendment to itrticlo four (4) of tho coustltutiou,.ailowinB cities nnd villages in this stjito to frame their owu city char-' ters, yes, 107,086; no, 53,313. Amendment to section .thirteen (13) of 47 11 30 23 13 33 35 42 32 "12" article one (l)'of the constitution relating., to the t a k i n g or damaging private properly for public use, yes, 101,188; no, 66,939. j I Amendment to nj-tiole eight (8) of the S constitution providing for '-loaning the 2'- permanent school and university funds to 3 Â· cities, villages, towns, counties and school ]'Â·Â·. districts, yes, 187,151; no, 80,133. 5] Constitutional amendment : providing ,i i for the tnxalion of sleeping car and other 7 companies and. owners, etc., yes. 103,(i91; no, 48,923. Â·'-' 'Â· " 'Â· ."207 8 13 3 3 15 H' 1 7 .- 18 - S FAMILY OF FIVE DEAD. ii': : - ' Walmsba 2,230 1,'930 : Wadena -I--S7I 531 Â·\Vasecn. ...-. f'1.903 1,244., .. Â·--. WilshlhKlon "3.!t95-- 1.558' 47 . W a t o n w a n .1.622 5SO' 33 Wtlkln :.. 6 3 1 - S 5 o ' . 21 ."..Wlnohn, ..: .3,935- 3,523 .-69 _. : -^'riBht .: '3.312. ' 2 , 1 7 2 49 37 Yellow Medicine 1,578' 1,015 63 21 Totals 193.503139,7354,3533,216 , MoKtnleyls p l u r a l i t y , B3.76S. .. Shocking I)lÂ«coTerj Made bj a Party of Htinters. VERXDALE, Minn., Deo. a9.--A fam'- ily of five named Bactel, consiKtirig- of father, mother 'and three ' children, we re'found-dead in- their- home by ,, hunters" 85' miles north of Verndale. 2 i The bodies were badly decomposed. No ' l l particulars are at hand: It is not ^ j known whether they wore frozen, 1 Â· starved or murdered. They formerly 3 . lived at Kewitt-l nine miles southwest. 2 i At that time they were very destitute. 6 They probjibly froze tho last of KO- 9 vembor, when the temperature was Hti 1 deg. " 943 Althtn Anoka : -Becker 909 3,423' 1,359 'S87. 1,647. .303 ... 1 Chlsngo" ..Â·::: Clay Â· Â· 877". 2.152 123 Did' 1.191 2,719 .. i.Coolc .-..:.:;Â·.-.: Â· Cottonwo'od. .; Crow Wins '.Â·'. i'.K Dakota :-..:.. 1.746 1,711 1.6S2 2.770 3.S03 2.9C2 5,073 795 21.170 1.853 318 DoOeei Douftlas Â·Farlbault Flllmore Freeborn Goodhue Grant .... Hennepln Houston Hiibbard ...... Isantl ........... 1,137 .. Â·Jtasca. .Jackson ..'.... Kanabec ..... Kandlyohl .... KHtson ..' ____ . Lac qui Parla Lake ' Sueur Lincoln Lyon 7.W 1.32S 353 1,778 614 1,230 2.051 47S 1,384 1,473 S90 1.417 Marshall Â· M a r t i n J.69S 1,9 V 937 473 2.09-J 1.620 1:297 1.521 1,430 1,261 2,923 3,071 1;133 1.315 1.370 2.013 4,785 SSo 972 '5.30S SSi .,, 13,319 274 1.335 38 2.315 51 2,312 53B 549 8.2S3 1,734 571 1,413 5.163 1.44S 26 S.276 1.091 928 1.520 2.675 1.SJ9 SDl 1.016 X Northern Pacific ChÂ»nÂ«Â«. DDLUTH, iec. 29.--It is definitely arned that, beginning Jan. 1, tho orthern Pacific will use . the Northwestern depot at Ashland instead of the Wisconsin. Central, with which line it has been so strongly identified, for the past 10 years. It is impossible to ascertain h'ere just what is meant by this chaiigo, but it is believed to mean that the the Northern Pacific in future will do business with the Vauderbilt line instead of the Wisconsin Central. I': Meeker -- Jlllle Lacs Morrison i,,u. Mower 2,970 Murray ' . Nltollet .....; Nobles Norman .:.... Olmsted Otter Tall .... Pine Plpestone O u Polk 2,515 Pope 1,527 Ramsey 15,811 Redwood 1,570 .Renvllle 21S3 Rice ........... 3.10J Bock I.03S Roseau .. Â·St. Louis . Scplt ..... Â· Sherburne Slbley-..:. Stearns ;. Steele :... Stevehg .. Swltt .... Todd Traverse Wabasha Waden'a . Â· waseca 436 2.117 795 1.561 3.275 1,338 Winona ..'..'.'.'. 3,450 "Wright 2,695 Tellow Med .. 1,333 Washington watonwan 1.553 1,912 1.0*9. 1,952 575 1,491 .2.090 '-. S22 - Â£90 3.916 2,620 1,212 'Mrs. Smith Fanloned. ' STILLWATEH, Minn., Dec. 29.--Mrs. Anna Smith, who has served four of a 24-year sentence for manslaughter, has been pardoned by Governor Glongh. She is a colored woman, and while working as housekeeper for a man '.. named Heimige, near Bass lake, in 1 Ramsey county, in July, 1832, shot and !". 1 killed a stranger who was trespassing Â· Â·,, ' on tho land of her emp',-.. -r, and who .. j was at the time eugageil in an alterca- i Â· Ijiou with Heunige. Mlnnenpoll* Alderman Indicted. MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. ii9.^George A. Duriiam, alderman from the Third Â·^vard, was arraigned before Judge Pond on an indictment charging an pffer to accept a bribe of Â§10,000 from Hnlvorsen, Richards Co., for which he agreed to lend his aid toward get- I |ing through a huge reservoir contract. He pleaded not guilty and was released on $5,000 bail. T)unkaTlB for Minnesota. , Minn., Dec. 29.--Chicago and St. Paul capitalists arid real estate men have secured an option on 22,000 acres of timber and meadow land northeast of town, upon which it is'their intention to settle si large colony of Dun- kards. The land is splejl'didly ndapted for all root crops and grain, and for the raising of cattle nnd sheep. ..fo Dtg Mlnneiotn Coal. 1 DULCTH, Deo.' 29.--A "party of men equipped with the necessary imple- rrients is being organized to develop a ' vein of soft coal in the northern part of ' Minnesota. The gentlemen interested decline to talk, but it is learned, that Â· they, have great expectations of' developing an important mine. The coal resembles the best Illinois variety, and is suitable'to make coke of. Â· _,.,,..,---, Pl.a., _ ; Deo. 81.-Tho kteamer" Dauntless, .which the. government lias granted- permission . to clear for a Cuban-port with a cargo of mtini-' tious of war, is not in port- at 1 present; The owner .anys it has gone on a "wrecking" trip and may., not, return for a week. The Dauntless gave the revenue cutters the slip Tuesday, going out of the river from one of the shallow channels, and this has^arouscd tho sns ; picion that the vessel is again 011 a fili- .bnstoring trip A Tho owners fiay that the vessel will be formallv cleared for Cuba as soon nak shall return. - -The-- Commodore ''has nleo ..been granted permission to clear with arms and will do.so in the morning. Sevorii carloads of arms and ammunition are in the city awaiting shipment. Queer Position of tho Spanish Consul A rather anomalous fact is presented in that, if either boat shall clear for Cuba, the Spanish consul or vice cousn Â·will have to sign the clearance papers this being required when a vessel clean for a foreign port. . In this instance' i Â·would be a case : df a Spanish officer af fixing his signature to : a document per initting u vessel to carry, .war iuateria to a pebple fighting against his goverri- xueut. : " ; ' : "Â· ' ; " Â·' "' ' " ' * ' : Consul Solia was, asked if he-would refuse to sign the clearance papers of the Dauntless. He said that he,could not refuse', as it was his 'duty tg. sign the paj)erÂ«:- Â·'Â·' ' ' ' ''Â· '" ' ^The 'cargo of both boats 'Will bo shippedtoBalyador-OisneroB.-prcsideut of the Onbau republic. The Daniitless cargo in consigned to Nuevitas and that of the Commodore to-Santiago. . ' Kefrardlnr the Three FrleniU. Information received late at night is to the effect that tho. steamer -Three Friends failed absolutely to land its expedition iu^'Cuba, as was reported. The story, of the chase by a Spauish"man-6f- .war. is confirmed,-the Three Friends being obliged to leave tho Cuban coast jnst ns it was getting ready to laud its cargo. The steamer headed for tho Florida coast, and, haying but a few tons of coal on board, it lauded the mqii on a key near to Key West, afterward putting in at that port, where it was seized. The Dauntless has now gone to take tho men nnd munitions of war off the key and will make an effort to land them in Cuba.' Before the return of the Dauntless to this port it will also endeavor to laud another expedition. Â· Â· Â· Â·' IF LAWS ARE COM PLIED WITH Filibuster Steamer* Will Be Given Clearance Papers for Cuba, 'WAsmNGTO.N, Dec. Sl.-^On application of the owners of the steamers Dauntless aud Commodore; well known filibuster vessels, the secretary of the treasury has given permission for them to clear for - Neuvitas, Cuba, Â· with a cargo of.munitions of war. .The owners, however, "must state under oath the foreign- port at which the cargo is to.be landed and severe penalties are prescribed for 'violations of this requirement, including the confiscation of the vessel. In answer to a telegram from the collector of'customs at Jacksonville the secretary replied as follows : ' ' "If the master of the vessels and the owners, shippers and consignors of tho cargo comply fully with all the laws and regulations concerning 'the manifest, and take tho oaths required, you may grant a. clearance to Neuvitas. The oaths must bo taken and subscribed in writing as required by sections 4197, This Looks Funny at First,-- But it's only The Hostler taking ' a ; chew of CHtriax Plug. Every thoroughbred chewer enjoys a chew of this delicious tobacco. It does not burn the tongue. It possesses a pleasing flavor and a substance' unequaled by any tobacco in the world. When you want a good chew, get LORILLfcRD'S TUKNING GRAY AND THRIJt-TENKD WITH BALDNESS Tie DÂ«ifÂ«r 1Â» ATÂ«rtÂ»d by ^tinij "Ifenrly forty yenrs ngo, after zome weeks oÂ£ sjckiiess, my hair. turned gray anil began falling out so rapidly that '--I Â· wnV threatened' with immediate baldness. Hearing Ayer's Hair Vigor highly spoken of, I commenced using this prepara- D. BiiBD^Preat M. J. SI.AVIN, Vice-Preat 4847 JK'O. W. Scon, Cesbil NATIONAL AUSTIN,' MINNESOTA. ;-Seymour Johnson, L. O. Campbill. M; J.' SIÂ«\eo. LvmÂ»u D. BÂ»ird, Jncob Welscl, John W. Scott. INTBRESTPAIU t'ibn, and was so well satisfied with the result that I have never tried any other kind of dressing. It stopped the hair from falling out, stimulated a new growth of hair, and kept the scalp free from dandruff. Only an occasional application is now needed to keep my hair of good, natural color. I never hesitate to recommend any of Ayer's medicines tomy friends. "-- Jlrs.H.M. HAIGHT, G W. M E R R J C K G . F R E D B A Austin Furniture Co. Avoca, J?cb. Ayer's Hair Vigor DR. J. C. AVER t CO., LOWELL, MASS., U.SA ixway. te stood: rTlllfl Celebrate*. Totals 165,903162.2545.1M 2.SS01,125 23' ST. PAUL, Dec..3l.--Two hundred . Clough's plurality, 3,632. ' I people from Mantorville and intor- . On congressman, Tawney of the First n iediate : pdiiits on the Chicago Great district, led. the procession, with distance 'Western in JDodgo county, arrived here at 10 a. m., to celebrate the opening of tho Mantorville branch. The Com.. -JQ ^AI ' - ' Â· " niercial club escorted tho party around geconrtIlstrict-McClÂ«iry,29,48l ; Tiny, tne city and showed the visitors tho 21,13-2; Price, 1,035; MeOleary's plurality, leading wholesale and retail establish- 8,810. ^ . : Â· Â· ' Â· Â· . . meu ts, and other points of interest Third Dlstrictr-Hcatwole, 21,483; Peck, " ' 18,632; Laugcaon, 801; Kentwple's plurality, 6,051. Â·Â·': ' ' ' ' . . ' . ' - Â· . , . . ' . , ! Fourth District--Slovens,VH,681;. Clarke, 4198 and 4200 of the revised statutes. Tho port named in tho application as the destination of the cargo, is oil tho northern coast of Cuba and is occupied by the Spanish forces! The treasury officials, therefore, are of the opinion that the oaths required by the statute will not be taken. Up to the hour of closing the department no in formation had been received as to the movements of either vessel or whether tho conditions imposed had been accepted. Â· WEYLER IS WORRIED. Net Making Much Progress In Ills Cam- 'Â· -'Â·' 'Â·'-. ' psvlgrn in 1'inar del Rio. KEY WEST, Dec. 81.--Reports from Artemisa are that Weylor has found it necessary to intrench some of his advanced positions ' arid to build one or two blockhouses to keep command of the military road from Artemisa. to Sau Cristobal. The insurgents have driven back two of his detachments from tho foot hilhi. Woyler is nnablo to secure' tidings of the movements of General Rivera; and it is repotted that ho is somewhat worried over the situation. 'Instead of clearing the Pinar del Rio section in ono month he is as far from accomplishing it as when he first or rived in Artemisa, ' . Â·*Â·Â«'Â«Â«)?'Â«'"Â·"Â·.., BELLINOHAM, ; Minn.; Â· Deo. f!8.-- The p. B. Meiriu ble'vator, 'operated' by the ironrtn uisinCT--aiovens^H.oai^ucaiKe, t. B. .amnu Dievaiur, upciovuu ^3 viÂ« H,(b; Innls, 451; -Stevens' plprnUty, Minnesota and Western Grain Cora- 10,-JU. ''-. ' '. ; . ' : " -:Â· ' ; ''Â·' .'Â·' ''^';. 'piny of Minneapolis'; butst, .wrecking ';. Fifth IMntrlct-Fletolicr, sU.OOSr Owen, tho ea( , t? iaeof tho building s)nd spill,,81,521; Sanborn,,75a; Shaw, KÂ»; Flotch j ng a bout'10,000 buahÂ«l8/6f wheat on , ' W'spllirnlity, 3,807. . . . - Â· . - . .... - .-Â·.-. ., Â· ,,,,_, ', O j - j ,,_Â«, ,l,'.l firaai itlnrtn.'' , To Operate In Honduras. TKENTOK, N. J., Dec. 81.--Tho Hon duras Syndicate company, with a cnp- 'ital 0 |600,bOO, yraa incorporated in' Â·.flVe offt.ce of tae Â»ecretÂ»ry of Â»tate: The incorporatorg Include Ohauncoy W. Dopew, W. Soward Webb, John Jacob A8tpr .and Â·Benjamin F.'Tracy., The .'..-_.:_: ^ fo ope,.^ raUr'oiidB iii Hon- .durM and it is Baid it'hia rccoived cou-'l j ccsstoug from (jiÂ»t ""Â·""Â·""'"* %k - -Iyer's Sartavarilt* Itcmoi'ri J' It's Out of Put a little of it out of sight yourself, and see how good it ia. :it'9 '- . . Â· Â·Â· DEALERS IN, Furniture Carpets Window Shades Wall Paper NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY Begin Early to Select Your PRESENTS! 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