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Lincoln (Neb.), November 8. William Jennings Drynn sen! ilic follo7.
ing telegram at noon today to President IcKinloj':
"Hon. Willium McKinley, President ojjthe United States: At tlie close
of another Presidential campaign it is lhy lot to congratulate you upon a
second victory. '
Washington, November 0. Prcs'njcn'. McKinley today answered Mr.
Bryan s 'mesvago of congratulation m
Ciiicaoo, NovcinberO. -McKinley'.s
"EXECUTIVE MANSION, Washington, November , 1900. William
J. Bryan, Lincoln, -Neb.: ' I acknowledge with cordial thanks your message
Wcohgrutulution and -extend you iny.KjJg wishes- . J
Bryan's plurality in Democratic states, (!lt,illC.
McKinluy's plurality over Bryan, 845,011.
Highest previous plurality (Grant's, in 1872), 70"5,001.
The plurality of popular vote secured by William McKinicy in his second
successful contest for the Presidency
that has ever been given a candidate for the office. It tops his own
plurality of 000,749 in 1SH0 by 21S,20li votes, and exceeds that of General
Grant in 1872, up to the present year the greatest on record by 83,-20!
New YohK, November 8. A ppo'cial
Orders that have gone forward to General MacArthur to crush the Tagal
insurgents contemplate a four months' campaign of the most vigorous
characters, in which 70.000 American
be a very active campaign, was all
is known, which maybe properly published of tho War Department's plans
to show there 10 every reason to hope for the termination of tho struggle
in the Philipines before the end of the
Iu addition to tlie encouragement winch lias come to tho Government
through tlie blow struck at tho Filipino cause by tlie indorsement of Pre
sident McKinloy's administration at tlio polls on Tuesday, the War Depart
ment got news today that will insure keeping a larger American force in
the field in tlie coining aggressive campaign than was dehoved to tiro pos
sible. Quartcr-mastcr-gcncral Lodington had the satisfaction of rc'port-;
ing to the Secretary of War find the Ad'jfctafit-Ceficral that he had suc
ceeded in making hrrangemei'its for bringing libme n!ll th'c volunteer army,
50,000 strong, 'within the period of three months, and it would therefore
be necessary to begin the
incs iirimcdiatcly in order to
limits of tho Uni'cd States
ongress creating -
"General lie WQmBMjBLtcadcr of the Boer cause, and his prcs-
tige will be impair&lJ$pMteUMlfrgriGus del eat'. A dozcri other Boor
generals are still in 'th'c'ISnjfivhose lealth is better) is on the
veldt near Watcrva'l and VilioeTOBBiiiiitbJDclarey. Schalkburgei'
is in the mountains near LvndenbumanlBKHMiilaio South. Groblcr
and Le'iiVmcr in various sections of tho
"Lord Roberts has evidently made
next work and is employing his Mobile lnountcd
at all liuzards.
Bubonic Plague iu a
Sacramento, Nov. 8. Tlie Bee will
j'oung woman whoso home is at Greenville, Plunas county, died on Satur
daj', November I), at tlie isolation eotlt-ige of the Childr'eil's hospital in San
TJV !-' - - t .. i l. 1 '!' ir''. '.'.. I' ... ' ' e 1 .1 Al.
cruucicu v puuomu viityue. .ipr
but not of tlio cause. Tbe'y sent
San Krancisco board of health that
therefore , been npcessary. to cremate the body. The girl was a nurse at
the Pacific hospital and had beeu sent out to attend a boy who is supposed
tohavo had the plague.
Washington', Nov. 10. Secretary
noon that he contemplated resigning from tho cabinet beforo the expira
tion of President McKinley'.s first
said lie had not madeip his mind
For sample'jbf ttWi-NteW
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i MAILER ESS
W. J. BRYAN.
tut following uispatcn:
ItrTT TtAlt TT-T.'T-NtT 1.1 f -
plurality in Republican states, 1.4C0,-
of the United States far exceeds any
t6 tlio Suh from Washington says:
soldiers Will 'participate. "It will
Secretary Root would say, butcnougn
withdrawal of the Volunteers from, the
insuro the presence of all of xhem
bv June HO, 1901. when, accordih'' 'to
v6ratYf:eW - nT
tb be CapWred'.
the c:artnNHitt.ytt his
Sun Francisco Hospital?
stato tonight that Anna Roedde$frfj
parents wet u uoiiiiuit ui iiuy uu.tiu,
for ihe body and were informed by the
the girl had died of plague and it had
Gage denies emphatically this after
term. As to his futuro movements ho
taSGHRIHHfir'jU.1 I'. mn worn snizrrd onNovem-l IU O iO v2
what ho would do after March 4th next.
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AMERI1CAN13UY GOODS ASG'N
llonvy Villard, the financier, is
Don Carlos is opposed to tho pro
ber. I rising in Spain.
Sweeping reforms are to be made
in tho British aimv.
pooling agreement lias been
reached by the steel plate workers.
Twenty dollars a square yard woro
lately paid for vineyard land in'Ger-
coiiseiueo io lanecnapge oi xne urn
isli foreign (nice.
Powers aro kcenty 'watcliing the
the advance of the Char's men in
Southern Pacific slock hlis been'
active in London since Hays succeed
ed C. P. Huntington.
Porto Rico is no longer a military
department, and li'early all troops
have been withdrawn from 'there.
Russians fear tlley will reap 'the
hatred of foreigners ill China, which
tlie Germans and British, are sow
ing. An extra session 'd'f Congress is
p.'.'iblo, as Pottigrcw 'threatens to
bi -jk- the army bill during tlie t'egil
'Che Colombian rebels haYo beoh;
d.:catcd. The governmt'nt forces,
are in hot pursuit of the rebels', who
av.. burning villages while retreat-1
Tho Cologne Volks Zeitung on No
vcmbor 11-, deplored President Mc
K '..Joy's re-election as being likely
to rcengendor iu Washington a policy
ui.frtendly to "Gwfnany.
DispntcKcs from Port Said 'to the1
Marseilles natters nsert t'tiat the
D.-t'ch 'cruiser Gelderland was oblig
ed to reduce speed considerably
England exported last year
0i'l),l0o0 tons of coal, exceeding tho
whoTo Vutput of any country In the;
world, except the United fates'
and Germany. Russia bought 1,'uOO,'
000 tons, and Prance 1,000,000.
Tho Russian authorities have s'c'ized
a large number of Japanese Ashing
s-hconers for qrossing the fishing'
limits off Siberia. Nineteen 'boats
15 men wero seized on rvovem-i
v as of va
The 500-foot world
staff to be erected in Go:
Park, San Francisco', on Septehtboft
9th of next year, will havo to be
constructed in th.reo parts, and bo
doubly braced with set's of wire
'cables to withstand the cnormova
strain of the 100-foot American flag
that will float irom its top.
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