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PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. JH
Cook's Plurality for Secretary
of State 18,245,
Corrected Flguroi and Rotultt of Yottor
Cot Fellw' Tate Unexpectedly Heavy
Downtown and on the East and Weil
Hide Effect of the Vailing t)fT In the
George Tote Conteeta In Cloe District
What Comparisons with Iat Year Show.
There ore only a few corrections to be
made in the results of the city voto as given
in tho latest extra edition of the Etenino
' "World last night. .The complete, returns
dhow that Ool. Fellows's plurality is larger
than it was estimated to be. Ho polled an
unexpectedly heavy voto downtown and on
IK the east and west sides of the city, as a glance
JM at the figures by Assembly districts will show.
The falling off in tho vote of the Labor
party had muoh to do with Ool. Fellows's
election. There is no doubt that he received
the votes of two-thirds of the men who voted
for George for Mayor last year,
but who did not support tho land
tax advocate for Secretary of State
this year. Tho Republicans who enlisted
in the Labor party appear to have deserted it
for the Democratic party. Col. Fellows re
ceived the support of tho Gorman Republi
cans and also that of tho Socialistic llepubli
cans. It is thought that the Progressive Labor
party gavo Ool. Fellows at least 6,000 votes.
Mr. Nicoll polled a heavy vote in the
Boventh, Ninth, Tenth, Elevonth, Thir
teenth, Seventeenth, Nineteenth, Twenty
first, Twenty-third and Twenty.fourth As
I sembly districts. Tho Hopublicans did not
cast tboir full vote for him in these
districts, thousands refusing to support
either Ool. Fellows or Mr. Nicoll. Then
many Republicans voted for Ool. Fellows
because thoy had a personal acquaintance
with him. Mr. Nicoll, however, got n flat
tering Democratic voto in the uptown dis
tricts, as it was predicted he would in The
It will bo seen by tho figures published bo
low that Col. Fellows' vote is larger by a few
thousands than the vote polled by
Mr. Hewitt for Mayor last year. Mr.
Nicoll receives 12,000 more votes than Mr.
ltoosevelt obtained, while George runs over
80,000 below his vote of a year ago.
The Tote for Secretary of Btate.
Htqit- Oi'eai Jtall, Hunt-
AiirnAly tratton Ooo, Grant, UniVd Prog. Ina'n.
DUIrUi. 1B87. Dim, Kip. Labor labor fro,
i a.7i5 3,813 ens ish It so
il 7,030 4,610 788 1,397 11 IS
3 e.DSl 4,00 1.408 WO M 40
4 8.V03 6.179 1.09H 1,829 67 55
6 7.144 4.1S5 1.473 II) ti 31
S 8.M7 4.111'i 1.409 1,834 191 88
7 8.848 8,169 .714 771 60 81
e 8,347 8.848 3.1N 763 433 15
0 B.W1& 4.118 S.313 1,874 40 1U5
10 9,738 4,433 3.801 1,138 763 30
11 2.047 3,816 3, M0 464 IS S3
13 7,893 4,369 1.728 1.033 360 20
U M4 3,838 3.70V 1.174 79 63
14 0,670 3,184 1.069 T.iTl 387 84
It 10.600 4r3 3 183 3 101 13 70
10 8.100 4.134 1,383 1,837 373 62
17 13,831 6,030 3,243 3.E03 303 160
18 9,210 4.747 1,395 3.840 121 61
1? 16.871 0.604 4.109 2,477 192 1U9
30 B.455 4,434 3,067 1,686 407 81
21 .. .. 8.631 3,095 3,424 bbi 17 98
33 17,726 7,9-23 8,052 3,404 670 91
23 20,160 8,694 6,701 8,281 110 311
24 s, 10,834 6.479 S.U5J 1,257 857 110
Totala..... 333.430 U0.373 liiwi 37.133 "5.134 ' 1.649
The Tote for District-Attorney.
roil, Star- Mam.
UumUu Dlitrlcll ylroll, fallout UMt'd 1, Urf,
CilUin Dm. Labor Pr'g L Pro,
1 1,199 8.843 003 ll li
3 H47 4,033 1,101 13 7
3 833 8,061 894 30 36
4 1,487 6.HSM l.fttl 87 19
b 1,037 4,181 770 43 23
0 1.891 4,070 1.162 147 83
7 4,4i7 2.714 070 61 40
8 2.716 3,9(9 694 357 8
9 8.868 8.770 1,290 99 66
10 4.014 8,638 910 078 10
11 8,428 1,786 893 18 17
13 3,133 4,071 934 830 13
13 4.203 8,07 1.047 67 45
14 1,797 3,855 1.166 344 14
15 3,680 4.315 1,873 30H 88
16 1,883 8,808 1,645 338 31
17 4.078 4,370 3.874 34t 39
l 3,047 4,341 3,123 136 35
1 6,318 6,709 3.160 176 43
W. 8,103 8,086 1,605 880 10
31 4,049 3,481 480 14 37
33 6,893 0,613 XV00 484 16
33 ' 7,849 7,171 3,700 103 SO
34 4,097 4,615 1,071 346 73
Total 76.187 99.013 32.660 4.639 714
78 TOUi ecatterlns. ,
The Tote for Aldermen.
. MUST DISTRICT.
J. McCarthy.D.. 8,161
i C J. Flynn. TJ. L 2.234
C. Flynn, K 880
McCarthy's majority , V0T
P. Dlrver, D !,805
Thomas Maher, U. L ,05
Dlvver's plurality w
V. T. Morrow, U. L 1,857
Oakley ' plurality i,jos
,. ronsTn DISTBICT.
. E. Dowllng, p 6.170
a 8. nart. T: 1 698
J. J. llclienne, Ind Hi
Bowling's plurality 8,673
l ,r .. . VlrTU DISTRICT.
P.Holland, D. ( 8,017
, & on Genchten, II 2,23,
W.J. Elliott, U. L ?.... 045
Holland's plurality 1,878
1 ,,,.. BIXTU DISTRICT.
Wnatm Clancy, I) 6,010
E-Cajanign, It- ?04S
brands Schofleld, TJ. L 817
; Clancy's plurality j,mi
m.. -v 8KVBNTn DISTRICT.
ThMnuDufTy, D 3.239
, -fllMd H. Conkllng, It 4.174
.' Joseph u. Johnaonu. h :.:. '1
j Conkling. majority ."lio
' Ti n t, . . "lODTH DISTBICT.
1 T,.S' Benjamin, D 8 837
, gfer::::::::::::::::: E 5B
Benjamin's plurality B0
M W n TO.ii,. NIMTU DIBTBICT.
j uw. u. i."::-.v.:::v.:::::.:::::::::::: ftjs
: Walier's plurality m
f J. V. Mluden. d" D,8",CT- 4 m
'1 Bladen's plurality "fJ
. wmidt,."."':? '.
i.'?,n9- "'Murray. It...... '. Z
i". t. a. u. Muier, a.i:...:::::::'.:::;;:;::;;
Wm. Talt, D 6,188
Max Altaman, V. L M 1,010
Tail's Plurality ......,... 4,178
John Deerlnf, D
J. a McMurmy, It
Lewis J. Mullen, U. L
George F. Sprloeateed, Ind
J. F. Butler, D 8,821
H. Klarman, II 747
Peter O. Bamberger, U. L..... .... 1,018
Butler's plurality ... 1,609
It. J. Bulllvan, D 8.763
Werner Bruns, K i,u
Tames T. Couguun, V. L.. 1,601
Sullivan's plurality 839
Joserh Murray, D 8,778
Onarles J. Cooper, U, L 8,04a
Murray's plurality 1,725
William a niaekhotr, D 4,879
Roberta DobbIe.lt ,M
John J, Murphy, V. h 3,601
IUnckholT'a plurality .... 1,891
J. T. Fltzilmtuoni, D 4,647
William J. Boyhan, U. L 8,803
JohnBeU, Ind...... GO
Fltzalmmona'a majority .... 604
John Murray, D 6,481
JobnW. NobU, H ,. 4,027
Wm, C. Anderaon, TJ. L. ... tS18
Murray's majority -.. tss
II. Gunther, D 8,805
John Adler. R S,63
J. Solan, U. L 1,408
aunther's plurality 1,197
WalterBtorm, D 8,860
Joaeph Murray, 11 - 8,143
John Kelly, U. L . 403
Btorm's plurality 703
Redmond J. Barry, D 0,981
N. J. O'Connell, I. 4,411
Manus O'Connor, U. L 3,015
Barry's plurality 3,520
Cyrus O. Uubbell, D 0,810
David Miller, It 8,081
Wilbur O. Kaatlaxe, V. L - 1.147
Hubbell's majority - 1,681
J. J. Mooney, D 1,791
Sidney J. Everett, It 1,140
J. It. V. Garrison. U. L. 1,071
Mooney's plurality 431
J. J. Martin, D 1,om
J. Thomaa Btearna, R 1,897
James J. Beery, U. L 70
Martin's plurality ." 839
City Tote for Assemblymen.
The vote for Assemblymen In this city is as fol
lows: TIBBT DISTRICT.
Daniel E-Flun, D , .7 4,115
Thomas Morau, U. L... 1,009
John J. Ualcy,r.L ..... 638
Finn's majority 8,120
Timothy D. Bulllvan, D 5,104
JohuF. Crowley, U. L l.soo
Sullivan's majority ..8,795
Thomaa Smith, D 8,885
Charles II. Murray. It 1,067
W. J. Lougheed, U. h 1,009
Smith's plurality 1,618
Jeremiah Hayes, D 4,782
John J. Beattle, U. L - - 1.9S3
Hayea's majority 1,740
Michael Brennan, D 8,023
Henry L. J6yce, R 1,690
Francis P. Nichols. U. L - 971
Brennan's plurality 1,933
W. J. McKsnna, D 4,810
Adam Gerard, R , 1,693
CbarleaP. Blake, P. t 1,137
Tnoa. F. Kenny, TJ. L 830
McKenna's plurality 1,711
Bankson T. Morgan, It 4,149
Edward McGUI, D j 1,694
Harding Weston, U. L 631
Morgan's plurality 663
Phillip WlSSlg.D 8,857
Charles Bmlih, Ind. R ... 1,014
B. M. Levy, R 863
JohnN. Bogert, U. L 080
E. O. Gottlieb, P. h .... 844
Wlsalgs plurality 1,843
. NINTII DISTBICT.
John Martin, IX. 4,839
F. B. Bard, R 8,190
Henry O. Cole, V. L 1,055
Martin's plurality 1,109
George F. Ttoeach, D 6,014
Auguat Neitler. It 1,478
AdolphKeep, U. L 814
Julius Bardollo, P. L 658
Roeach's plurality 1,664
Robert Ray Hamilton, R 1,718
CnarleaL. Rabell, D 1,630
Michael F. Keenan, TJ. L. v&
Hamilton's plurality 1,033
a. D. Rosenthal, D 8,566
George Gage, u. L 1,7(0
Joseph Meyer, R 1,039
Rosenthal's plurality ...- 1,860
J. Wesley Smith, D 2,101
O. W. 1'oncher, R 1,110
Lincoln McLeod, Ind. It , 1,830
James Lynch, U. L 1,1CH
Smith's plurality 711
LonlsP. Rannon, D. 1,B11
John Murphy, U. L... 1,341
Rannon's majority 1,401
Charles n. Herrman, V.. 4,870
Edward Conklln, U. L 1,116
Edmund C. Leo, R 1,692
Herman's piuralty 2,601
Edward P. nagan, D S,60
Daniel Cleary, U. L. L41Q
Hagan's majority 2,644
William Dalton, D 6,833
John K. Bulllvan, U. L 2,680
John Noble, It. 8,667
Dalton's plurality 8,763
Joseph II. Gordon, D 4,893
Andrew J. Carson, U. L 8,835
Gordon's majority. ,.,.,,,. l,wo
John Connelly, D. 0,383
John J. Cameron, R 4,005
W. G. McLaughlin, U. L. - 1.844
Connelly's plurality 1,713
W. H. Hornldge, D., 6,851
Lonla Berliner. 1,658
ErnettBohm, P. L 451
Hornldge' majority. 4,794
Ernest H. Croaby, It 8,1"
A. L. Jacobs, D 1,600
John J, O'Brien, U. L 1
Crosby's plurality. 437
J. Blnmenthal, D .T,0S6
M. O'Dalr, R 4,803
V. W. Tlohna, U. L 1.18T
Illumcntara majority 8,831
Nicholas R. O'Connor, D 8,491
Henry Oraase, R 6,989
Jeromo O'Neill, U. L 1,784
O'Connor's plurality 8,103
John B. Shea, D 6,060
W. II. Gllllland, It 1,701
Clarences. Graves, TJ. L
Shea's plurality 1,883
The Tote for Civil Justices.
Michael Norton, D - 6,762
F. T. Fitzgerald, R - - 8,971
Norton's majority - 1,778
Uhailes M. Clancey, T. H 6,499
John Gallagher, U. L 1,103
Denis Burns, c. D W
Clancey's plurality !&
Goorge B. Deane, Jr., R T,108
JohnJ. Adams. D 4,600
J. D. BUltnga, V. L 1,001
Dcane's plurality 1,703
Alfred Steckler, D 11,030
Henry C. Dotty, R 7,881
Steepler's majority 3,158
JohnH. McCarthy, T. II 10,785
Henry M.aoliifogle.C. Dand R 10,171
Herman O. Loew, l). L 1,615
Goldfogle's plurality. 187
Samson Lachman, D B.913
Henry Kropf, R ; 4,809
Augustus A. Levey, U. L 8,713
Laehman's plurality 4,604
Ambrose Monell, D 13,111
J. C. J. Langbeln, R 8,779
M. Bayersdorfer, U. L 4,620
Moaell's plurality 4,611
J. Jeroleman, D 6,596
A. D. WlllUma, H o,tS8
Thomaa F. Pnrdy, U. L ,03
Jeroloman's plurality 1,607
J. P. Fallon, D 11,181
It. Donynge, R 7,646
1L U. Morse, U. L 4,613
Fallon's majority 106
T. K. Murrsy, D 8,110
E. R. Thompson, Jr., R 0,298
JameaA, O'Uorman, TJ. L 6,431
Murray's plurality 1,91B
Connty Ticket Elected.
FOR JUSTICES OP TUX SUPREME COUBT.
Abraham It. Lawrence, ST.OSO.
Morgan J, O'Brien, 93,707.
JCBTICE3 OP TUB CITT COUBT.
Henry P. McOown, 94,17T,
William F. Pltahke, 83.983.
JUDGE OP OBKERAt. BESSIOMS.
Randolph B. Martlne. 160, 144
Raatus S. Ransom, 99,809.
Theodore W. Myers, 103,718.
JohnR. Fellows, 99,612.
rilESIDENT OP TUX BOARD OP ALDEBUEK.
George IL Forster, 107,900.
M. J. B. Meis;mer, 107,809.
THE VICTORY IN TUB STATE.
It Irfiolu aa Thoncb the Democrats Had a
Plurality of 18,000.
Corrected returns from figures since lost
night come in slowly, but despatches to The
Evening World indicate pretty clearly that
the Democratic State ticket has a plurality
of 18,000. The Labor vote was astonishingly
small considering the claims mode for it,
while the Prohibitionists surpassed tho inout
The latest returns give following vote by coun
ties for Secretary of Btate:
SIC. OP STATE, GOVERNOR,
Cram. Coot, Havoporl, Bill,
Albany. ,100 1,877
Allegany 2,600 B.601
Broome. 2.2W 1,881
Cattaraugus. 1,800 1,598
Cayuga 8,275 2,050
Chautauqua.. 4,210 4, 222
Chemung.... 1,200 1,833
Chenango..., 1,000 889
Clinton I,i00 1,700
Columbia.... 940 195
Cortland..... 1,100 1,083
Delawar 1,100 l,18d
Dutchess..... 800 201
Erie 1,164 ,"225
Eaiex 1,410 1,658 -
Franklin 1,800 1,71
Hamilton.. 700 814
Geneaee 1,025 079
Greene M0 221
Herkimer.... 5D0 - 800 -
Jefferson.... 1,800 721
Kings 12,071 9,470
Lewis 400 400
Livingston.., 800 152
Madlaon 1,850 ),U
Monroe 1,644 2,643
Montgomery. 400 180
New York... 61,291 48,239
Niagara 400 244
Oneida 031 - 903
Onondaga.... 6,000 8,518
Ontario 800 75
Otang 131 241
Orleans 700 684
Oswegol 2,860 1,836
OUegO 850 72
Queens 6,873 1,0
Renaselser. .. 1,600 1,087
Rlonmond... 1,833 l,s?a
Rockland..... 600 685
St. Lawrence. 6,(00 ,284
EC. OP STATE, GOVERNOR,
Grant. Cto. XXrtujtorl. Mil.
Saratoga coo 681
Bchenectady. COO 239
Bchoharls.... 1,400 1,687
Bohnyler 000 17
Beneoa 800 878
Steuben 931 1379
Buffolk 801 861
Bulllvan. .... SCO 188
Tioga 960 438
Tompklna.... vso 680
Ulster 243 112
Warren 480 717
Washington . 1,000 2,930
Wayne 1,840 1,151
Weatcheater. 100 1,477
Wyoming.... 1.0M0 1,173
Yates 1,000 1,031
Total C0.797 79,042 68,803 69,190
Hill's plurality 11,134
Cook's plurality 18,146
TUB HEXT LEGISLATURE.
"Tom" IMatt Hold the Senate Democratic:
ilnlne In Doth Dranchea.
There seems to be no doubt that the next Legis
lature will be Republican In both branches. The
Democrats have lost two Senators In the Eighth and
Twelfth, but have gained the Fourteenth, Six
teenth and Twenty-ninth districts by defeating
Connelly, Manvllle and Hannon reapectlvtly.
In the House the Democrats bavo done even bet
ter. They made a total gain of seven, although
they lost two In Kings. From this county the He
publicans will have one Senator, Van Cott,
who succeeds Dunham In tho Eighth, and three
memberaof Aiscmbly, Morgan 3n tho Seventh,
Hamilton In the Eleventh and Croaby In the Twenty
nret, SENATORS PROBABLY ELECTED.
1. Kdward F, Fn.p. 17. Morton Ohau. D.
3, J.m.i F. Plrc. D. 18. Jobu KoUy, 1.
8. Kaanif. O'Oonnor.R. 19. Rowland OiKailoir, It.
4. Jacob Worth, ll. 30. Ooorca Z. Itrwln, It.
6, MichMlO. Mnrphr.D. 31. Ooora U. Blow. H.
0. Kdward F. lUlllr, D. 31. It. J, Ooihal1. II.
7. O.org, F. Ungb.ln.D. 33. Frank II. Arnold, It.
A. Oorn.llu. Van Ooit, It. 34. William Umi, It.
9. Qbarloa A. Mtirtl.r, D. 36. FrincU Ilxndrloka, It.
10. Jaoob A. O.ntor. D. 36. VUH.m Hwmi, K.
11. Knano 6. Iru. D. J7. J. Bloat Fauott. IU
12. Wm. II. Robtrtion, B, 38. John lulnri. H.
13. lUnrr II. Low, It. 39. D. MoNanihton. D.
14. John J. Union. D. 30. Hdard (J. w.lk.r, R.
15. Ollbort Deane, II. 31. John Laniblln, It.
10. Miebael F. OoUina, D. 81. Oom. P. Vadiler, it.
Praaant Baaato DemoeraU. Ill Itepubllaana. 30,
Assemblymen Probably Blected.
Pill. ALS1NT. Dill, KKW TOEI.
1. Fnd W. Uonxer, D. 15. O. A. Mermen. D,
3. V, II. Younimen, II. 10. Kdwerd F. llin. D.'
8. William J. Hill, LV 17. WIUUio Dalton. U.
4. JohnT. Oorman, D. 18. Joeaph II. (lordon, D.
alucuant. 19. Jobn tlonnollj. U.
Albert U. Uotlrell, IU M. Wm. II. Ilornldg, D.'
BBOOME. 31. A. L. Jaooba, D. .
Alomo D. Lenta, R. 33. K. II. Kroihj. it.
cxTTABavoca. 33. If. K. O'Oonor. U.
Ilarrlaon Unener, B. 34. John II. Hhea. D.
J, 8. Wblpple, It. . . VIAOAB.
CAtusa. 1. Ohrtatian F. Uoerea,R.
1. John K. Karerj. R. 3. J. M. Ilarvood, U.
J, Coral O. White, II. ONEIDA.
CBAUTAUqCA. 1. J. U. Kant, D,
1. Georae F. Nixon, R, 2. Oeo. W. MoAdam. R.
3. Oeome Kroet. U. . Ueorge W. Jleaui. It.
Robert P. Itaab, D. 1. II. Victor John ion. B.
cuihakuo. 3. W, H. Uallnp. H.
Oharlea A. Fuller, R. 8. W. W. Cheoer, K.
Georn a. Weed. D. Robert Moody, R.
William Dinehart, R. 1. John O, A dame, R.
oonTLABO. . 1. Geo. w. Oreeae, D.
Wajlaad Tiedale, E. obueaks.
PXtVAWAU. J, Kdwardl. It.
Oharlea J. Knapp, B. oawxoo.
DUTCHiaa. 1. R. M. Ooon. IL
1. Wlllard Maae. It. 3. D. B. Aluiwortb, It.
3. John I. Piatt, U. . . oiiEoo.
1. William F. Hbeehan.D. 3. W. L. llrown. 11.
3. M. M. Undred. O. rUTMAaf.
8. Kdward Uallaiber, It. Deary Maine. B.
4. jleDrrll. Oueutber, D. aoima.
6. Darld J. Wlloox, D. 1. John Oaahow, D.
mil. . 3, Wm Dtaee, It.
Bpencer U. Frlne. IU Hiauiuu.
rBAiu.ix. 1. George U'Mell. D,
Floyd J. Uadler, R. 3. J. Irrlni llaueaa, R.
roLTON AND UAU1LTON, 3. Jamea Itjao, Jr., U,
Lou la llrownell, IU BlCUaloxu.
oenkbkk. Edward A. Muore. D.
John MoKeuile.il. nocxLAND.
ohlenx. Frank P. Demareet, D,
F. G. Waltere. R. aT. lawbxncx.
nxBUUEB. 1. N. 1. Uurtla, It.
R. U. McKror. B. 3. Wm. H. Kimball. R,
jirriRioR. 3. M. II, Flnnerty, R.
1. A. H, '1 uompaon. It. . sauat oa,
3. A, U. Oomatvck, It. 1. John 11. Uorke, D.
XIKOl. 3. 11. H. Urlppen, R.
1. MoaeeJ.Wnfer, D, . acnxNxoTADX,
3. W, II. UcL.UAhlm.D. A, A. Yatee. It.
5. r. K. McUann, I). acuoiriuir.
4. Henry Uauertr.U. A. U. Coone, D,
6. TnomaaJ. Farrelt, D. acBCTLxn.
0. T, F. Meaner, U. Fremont Uole, R.e
7. Jobaltelta, K. aaxxcA.
8. J. It. llontilnaton, D. Jamea M, Martin, D.
9. Waiter Matbeeoo, B. aTKOBKH.
10. J. II. Lousier. D. 1. A. O. llrundaae, B.
11. Joaeph AapinalU B. 2. Milo M. Acker, It.
13. D. w. Talnnadge. R. aurroLX.
LEWla. Uenry JC Hunttlnx, B.
Henry Unshe. B. . auxuTAH.
LlYlMuaTON. Jamea D. Deoker, D.
Jonatban Olark, R. . TIOQA.
uadibok. J. C Lelinur. It,
Cbailee K. Majnard. B, .Tourxiiia.
acOHnoE. F, J. Kna. H.
1, F. A. Defendorf, D. rutin.
3. P. W. Bsiliian. D. 1. Chnl Do Witt. R.
8. William 8. Ubnrcn, D, 3. John J. O'Reilly. D,
MOBTOOKXBT. 3. O. U. Weldner, U.
Robert Wemple, D. Wabjiix.
kiw xobx. Wm. u. Aldrlch. D.
1. Daniel K, linn, D, wAaHixaTox.
3. 'llmolh7D.8alllran.D. 1. J, W, tort. It.
8. Tliomae HmllB. D.' 3. O. W. Sheldon, D.
4. Jeremiah llayee, D. watxx.
6. Michael Uronnan, 1. 1. Charlee T. Kaiton, R,
6. Wm. J. MoKenni. D. X llarnat !l. Darla, ft.
7. Uankeon 1'. Morgan, B, . WxaTCIIxaTXU.
8. Philip Wlealc. D. 1. Jamea J. Uorbalii. D.
V. John Martin, D, 3, Jobn Bron, D.
10, Ueorse F. Hooach, D. 3. Jamea W, United, R.
11. llobt, IU Hamilton, IL wvouixa.
13. H. D. Roeentnal. D. G. B. Van (J order, IU
13. J, Weeler Hraltb, D. TATKa.
14. LonU 1. Rannuw, D. Oeo. Cornwall. B.
Uepablioana, 07. '
Freaent Uooaew Bepabllcani, 74 1 Democrata, 64,
BE8ULT8 IN HUDSON COUNTY.
Five Democrata and Five Republicans Sent
to Ibo New Jersey Aaaeinbly.
Hudson County polled tiio largest voto of
years yesterday, the total being over 80,000.
Alderman liobort Davis is elected Sheriff.
Tho voto was: Davis, D., 11,308; Grouan,
Ind. D. and It.. 8,423s Allen. U. U, 6,170;
Lawrence, Ind. It., 8,836; Lamb, Pro., 291.
Davis's plurality, 2,878.
O'Hora and Blackncr fD,) are elected Cor
oners by largo majorities over Morris and
The county sends five Democrats and five
Ile.rablicans to tho Stoto Assembly. Follow
ing is tho voto by districts:
First District Clark (D.), SS3; aallagher (It,),
1 , ".30; Gallagher's majority, 098.
Second Dlatrlct Norion (D.) receive! about 300
plurality over Feelry (I.D.) audO'lUgsn JL).
Third Dlatrlct Rankin (I).), 697 ; Dickinson
(It), 1.354 ; Dickinson's majority. 457.
Fourth District Heppenhelmer (I).). 1,879 ; Van
Derzee (IU). 711; Heppenheimer's majority, 8.
Filth District Natuan (I).), 046; Drown (IU),
1,780; 1) town's majority, 1,141.
Blxtb Dlatrlot Bchaumlaefel (D.), 956: Rltter
(U),l,840; Fuller (It.), 1,407 ; Fuller's plurality,
'seventh District Feeney (D.),l,lSj Morau JU),
1,185; Feeney's majority. 1.101.
EUhth Dlatrlct Farrell (D.), 1,754: Coughlln (R.
and U). 1.179; Fairell's majority, 478.
Ninth Dlatrlct Curlln (!.), ISO: Btuler (I. D.),
769: Lena (IU), 1,041; Leit'a plurality, 3H3.
Tenth Dlatrlct Short (1).), 1,303: Traak (IU),
lit; Usher (U), 1,114; Bhort's plurality, 179.
Hudden Death In the House of Induatry.
Dr. Bmlth, aaslatant payalclan at the House ot
Induatry, at 155 Worm street, wai found dead In
his room this morning. Tht cause ot death Is sup.
pose to be heart ulseaae.
i.jE...J-AlfltffrM-'yi.tu.. .. ..valaeaAaVi-i.. ArfL ..
WAITING FOR DEATH,
Gloomy Pioturos To-Day In tho
Cook County Jail.
All of the Anarchists Aro Thoroughly
Scared and Not Doflant
Chleaajo Is Not Shrinking From Her He
aponstbtllty, but' Nays If Trouble Must
Come Let It Come at Once The Con
demned Men May 4let a Day or Tito of
Ilraplte by a Habeaa Corpus Writ They
May Alao Try the Inaanlty l'leru
(arXCIAL TO TB XTKNIMO WOULD. 1
Cnicioo, Nov. D. TholiourBfiro sliding by
and death is gotting fearfully near tho sovon
condomnod men in tho county Jait. In tho
dim light that n dark, rnlny day
shod into the corridors this morning
they looked as though thoy felt its
chill already. Thoy were alo and worn and
haggard, with drawn faces and tired eyes.
Thcro was no nse for most of them to keep
up a show of bravado. Thcro worn signs of
terror on their faces that could not bo dis
guised, Thero were very fow visitors to tho jail
this morning, and tho prisoners wero not re
leased from tboir colls, so thcro was llttlo to
relievo them of thoir gloomy thoughts.
Only Mrs. Engcl of tho families of tho
condemnod was permitted in tho jail. Sho
came and talked for a fow minutes with her
husband, he in his cell and she in tho cage
eight feet away. Sho did not cry or
raise her voice, but in her simple,
old-country way sho showed sho was
deeply afflicted. Bho did not succeed in
cheering her husband perceptibly, and Bpoko
a few words to Lingg. Ho answored her with
n hearty " Wle gehts," and went on wnlking
up and down his cell with tho nervous tread
that everybody that sees him coinparo him at
once to n raged tiger.
After Mrs. Engol had gono, Nina Van Zandt
camo tripping up the stairs outsido tho jail
and knocked at tho big gratod door. Tho
doorman answored tho call. " Good morning,
Nina," he said, without making any movo to
unlock the door. " Tho prisoners are all
well, but thoy won't bo allowed from thoir
colls this morning."
"Aro yon not going to let mo in?" said
Ninu, in surprise Tho doorman held a con
sultation with Sheriff Matson inside When
ho camo out ho said : "It's a disagreeable
day, and tho jail is very cold. I
guess you had better not como in."
With that he closed tho inside door and went
away. Nina stood for several minutes in the
rain and then went slowly away.
This is the' first time sho has been re
fused admission to tho jail, and tho first
morning she has failed to see her
proxy husband, August Spies, for -a year.
All othor visitors to-day wero stonpod by
four guards and six policemen at the onter
ontrunco to tho jail court, and they got no
The prisoners seemed to miss morning call
ers and their hour of exercise. Poor old
Engel tramped wearily np and down his cell
in n spiritless fashion, not at all liko the
springing step of Lingg. Schwab sat
ail tho morning by his tablo with
his head on his hand. There was no hope
nor cheer nor light, nor anything but misery
and despair in his face. Spies got up every
now and then and came to his grated door
and looked longingly out.
Though the city as a whole is confident
that tho sentenco of tho law will bo carried
out without rioting or bloodshed, thcro
is mora or less nervousness among
individuals. Ijist night, whon election
bonfires wero lighted all over town,
thero was much ludicrous alarm that tho
kerosene threats of Anarchy had been carried
out. It is openly whiBpored that severol prom
inent men who have left the city hurriedly
on business which will keep them away four
or five days were not wholly uninfluenced by
a desire to breath a few miles fur
ther from dynamite than the limits
of Chioaco afford. Hut to say that
the community is (making or demoralized
is the reverse of truth. Tho Western grit is
aroused, and the feeling is that if troublo is
to como, let it. come as speedily as possible,
and let the question be settled now nnd de
cisively. Should any attempt bo made to breod
trouble the attempt will reroil heavily.
Thero will be no trilling. Tho
police are nioro than willing to
teach Anarchy a lesson it will never
forget. Tho throwing of a single bomb,
the first rush of on asxault, or the least effort
at incendiarism will bo met by n
blow from which the offenders
will not easily recover. The meusures
taken are wholly preventive, but the
authorities are ready for tho greatest possi
ble emergency. The Anarchists aro uivurit of
this, and awaro that instant death, nnd not
capturo, imprisonment, trial and delay will
meet him w no strikes. They aro a couunlly
crew and utterly without leaders or orators
now, so it is unlikely that anything will be
done by them.
Tho Mail, which has been tho friend of tho
condemned men and tho steadfast ad
vocate of the commutation of their
sentence says in an extra this noon
that nobody is so wild as to believo that the
Governor will pardon any of tho men, and
that there is practically no hope, tlnil lie will
commute any of tin) sentencca. Then it
argues that thero is still hopo that the
execution w ill not take place Friday, It aiiyss
"A few days of grace may be obtained uy
habeas corpus proceeding),, and should that
fail resort may bo had to a commission da
Tho ground upon which tho writ of habeas
corpus may be asktd is understood to bo
this, " That the Anarchists wero indicted,
tried, convicted and sentenced as individuals,
but that tho Supremo Court in passing upon
thoir cases sustained tho 'judgment' ot the
lower court instead of the 'jugmtuts. "
This is a very tine point upon which to
base n hoite of switching the Anarchist pro
cession around the gallows. It will rcm too
absurd to merit serious consideration, but
drowning men will grab at a ttruw.
Any Judge of the Circuit or Superior
Court, who mav happen to bo serving on the
Criminal llench, to whom npplicutiou for
a writ of habers corpus may he mude,
must grant it if tho presentation
is made in proper form. It is only necessary
to make affidavit that tho bodies of tho
Anarchists are bolug detained illegally
in the custody of the Sheriff, ami
the court has no other alternative
but to inquire into tho truth of the claim.
In a case like this the writ could bo made re
turnable immediately, the morning follow
ing the filing of the petition if thought best.
The sheriff would only hnvo to
show the authority under which he
was holding tho prisoners and tho sen-
VALilSO llJSTtrKEN TWO STOOLH.
Hie JlrpubUcnn Parly Fail in tfa Or fat
tonro of tho court. The court would
then have to pass upon tho points raised.
Tho first provisiou governing the manner of
procoduro of an attempt to securo a stay of
executiou on tho plea of insanity reads as
llo It enacted by the people of the State of Ill
inois represented In the (lenunl Assembly,
that When any peraon la auppoaed to be
luaanc, any near relative, or in cue there
be none, miy reapeoiable peraon roidlngln tae
coumy may petition the Judge ot the County Court
lor proceeding! to Inquire into auch alleged Inaanlty
or if.Btracllon. Fur Iho hearing ol mchaoplicatlone
and proceeding! thereon, ttie County Court ahsll
le considered sa always open. Application lor a
commlialon de lunutlco luuulrendo may be made
before snv ot tho Crinlnal Court Judaea,
who must Impanel a Jury as provided
by law to Inquire luto the sanity ol the peraon
named In the petliloo. The Jury will not be called
upon to determine any oiuer question than that of
Inaanlty at the lime ot Impanelling.
The caso may bo tried before Judges Baker,
Williams or Altgold, who now composo tho
Lingg has written a long farewell address to
his friends. It is n rambling record, describ
ing tho soaroh of his cell, but saying nothing
about tho discovery of tho bombs. In
it he nays ; " I and every othor
truo Anarchist know that wo have a
greater enemy than death to faco, and that is
tho so-called upper class to ovorcomo whom
wo tnuBt not only bo willing to sacriflco our
liberty, but to glvo up our lives."
Again, ho says : " It is very likely that tho
carrying out of our sentenco, which will bo
nothing more or less than our murder, will
result in tho overthrow ot tyrants."
IIENBI GEOEQE NOT DISCOURAGED.
Thai(otoil3iaaller Than no Expected, but, It
"" nai a null Kan, Not a Waterloo. r
Henry George reached his office at 10.15
this forenoon, looking as bright and chipper
as a lark, and was about to plunge into work
for his pnper when a roportor of TriE Evxx
imo Would asked him what ho thought of tho
result of yesterday's election.
Mr. Gcorgo pulled off his long overcoat,
laid down his black silk hat and said, " The
result was a surprise, to me. I expected a
much larger vote, but I am entirely satisfied.
I have no regrets. It uns probably too
soon for us to wiu such a victory ns wo ox.
tiectod, and though wo will grow more
slowly, wo will grow more surely.1'
" How do you account for the result?"
" Basing my belief on- the best information
I could obtain, I thought beforo the elec
tion that our voto would be not less than
70,000 in tho city, and that we would elect a
part of our local ticket and Mr. Post in
particular. I was enthusiastic ovor tho pros
pect, but instead of 70,000, wo received but
87,000. That 37,000, however, represent
principles, not men. It was neither a bought
nor a machino vote. No boodle politicians
bought it out or paid its expenses."
" What effect will the result have on your
future courso ?"
" As I said last night, this is not our Water
loo, but our Hull Hun. Had that battlo been
a victory instead of n diiiaster, slaves would
be sold to-day in the maikcts of the South.
Out of disaster victory it! plucked, and wo
must reap tho victory tfmt will surely
come from this defeat. I had hoped
for better, but the people ore not yet edu
cated to our principles. To-day mo have 37,000
voters who are not purchnsublo, and nil tho
old parties cannot stop our progress. Money
flowed almost as freely as wutor yestorday
and all tho corrupt political forces were
brought to bear to siwe tho old party hacks
from utter ruin. Thoy vcre scared, and well
they miht bo, at the proportions which this
young Labor giant is assuming. Wo havo
fought a good fight, and with
37,000 votes we will keep right
along and begin tho campaign for 1838.
That is all I havo to say to-duv about the re
sult of the election, but I desire to thank
the morning nnd Tni Evening Wobmj for
Hid fair manner in which it has treated us
during the campaign anil at all times."
I( publicans Win In Newark.
anCIAL TO TUC EVKNIXO WORLD.
Newark, N. J,, Nov. . llio Utinncracy of
Ewex Coumy lowered Ih'lr colors last night after
a gillant njbt. T'.ip ltrpulilluans came out In their
stronyhuliU In lar e numbers i.ccju.o a United
Blutei fTonatnrshlp was at atnke.
I'. It. MurilH waaelerteil riiate Senator by a plu
rality of over ii.'joo. Edward lllne was ihoaeu
Htierln. und Samuel Hmilh County Clerk.
'I ho IhnMcr.iii captured oclr two Aambly seals
out nf ire ten, Frank MiDeiini't and Joxeph
Scamilz bemi ciicurn.
Tiie l'roilb t onlt polled only about cliht hun
dred voles, aud the laiior ! meat dre hundred.
Ilrol.rr Illncn'e buddrn llentli.
William ltngc, ago aceuty years, a produce
broker, dio I euildtnly, of heart disease, la the
offloo of A. It. Hammond A Co.,
brokers, it Broadway, at 10 o'clock
thin morning. The body as taken
to the Old blip pollco station. Mr, Hinge had been
a faml isr figure In the street tor forty years. Hi
was a vrt'lower and lodged at 61 With avenue, on
his body was found two (MO Uultvd Slates bouds
ami t3o In cash.
Frreh Wind aud I'ulr Weather.
fj Washington, Nov. .
J&g&flL. - IIV.ilu-r inatvatloni:
" fljlfc-i,' Vr Oo"nw'"i', air
KSEiSfea Wfutlier, Uiht to ireth
wgfOr eatltrlu trfndj, Brfa on
tri (? "?" ) ""' ""'' a,ut a ,"w
V ..Jy rfjif In temperature.
jo) "v& Vor Eattirn. Veto Yorl;
rj( r l Vfntrallu air uvafur,
-vJV tight to freah eatterly
wind, a flight rlMl temperature,
atlVsjafllfleaileiileinlli7nSaiair 'Willi I II till ' i VlTlTf il
BULLS PUT ON WAR PAW, H
Bid BEARS SCENT DANQFR AND llASTEtt H
TO GET OUT OP SIGHT. 'B
Oranaera Oet a Wide Tlerth Because af , 'daH
Nlaahlntr or Uallruad Kates In tbn West- rlaH
Uoada Carrying Conl to the West Are CUeaeamH
Dolus Kxceedlnsly Well-Goaalp In tho JH
Htreet and on 'Cbanaa thla Afternoon. BaeaaH
Zfjif Tf ULLS donned, their Jj-H
jrj!) iH war Pa'nt thla mom- j$
pJ 7 f J 'UB tttid, refreshed by ?sH
vr-l 1 I tl10 hl'tlny.proceeded JLseaml
ll XfSH K'Te tljo sliortd a v'Jjl
njft I TAX llrubuinB- They took JH
xllir i )l hold of IU)adinS w-tJ" ' -JH
j5S I Mvll U Vim an'1 10 " UP JseaaB
jTWi two points to the high- jH
W " J3$iJiL cst fiWTo of tie year. ? .H
'Plgx The big boars saw that 9
'I'ljfc sil' e movement meant 'w
, iCfy5W' buBineBsand they core 1m
" ! ,$" Wit ored freely and retired. 'ipeaH
VW "& ', Then Canada. South- HijM
( 'rSVjjWi.i'J' ern, Kichmond, Tor- i
i '' ," i i ' minal and other lead. H
Ing stocks divided ' H
honors with Heading and made quite ' 'Sjl
a rcspectablo showing in tho way of ad- vaB
vaucos. The Grangers wero about the only SnH
laggards, operators generally giving them a iJal
wide borih ou account of the slashing rates at .'aeanH
the West. i'!M
Tho glowing accounts in rogard to the coal 'H
trado and the fact that the trunk lines 'SeaHJ
between IlufTalo and Chicago havo mora .'JH
business offering than they can read. JH
ily handlo, wero tho chief causes :H
for tho improvement. Up to noon about "al
ouo-half of the total transactions wero In UlianH
Heading. London took some round amounts IjH
and the heavy bnyors of tho stock hero were GaH
Work, Strong A Co., B. V. White, Van Hoff- 1H
man, Enos, ltorton, O, 0. Brown and Hen- vHH
Apropos of the heavy traulo on the trunk );1H
linos, a statement has been given out of the raH
business of the Nickel Plate for the eight 'eH
months ended Aug. 81. This shows that H
tho road earnod not 9720,001, or nearly guffl-
cieut to meet the interest charges for tho JlH
whole year. The new Nickel Plate securi- 'jjH
ties, under tho plan of reorganization.will bo H
listed at the Stock Exchange to-day. Jbbbh
THE QUOTATIONS. " H
Open, ffloh. ZsHOtClottng, AAaaaaHel
Adams Krpreaa Itl 111 111 llf 'bbB
Canada Mouthern 60V 61 ri MV sfM ' JHHII
Canadian faclnc 3 53)2 63)3 62 ,' l9aTB
tllere., Ool., (Jin. k Ind o3l tHH 632 MM .k'SH
Chic., Dnr. Uuluey 188)3 Vfiu IVtjl lauk? KJkTBeaTaB
Chloer2'orthwen., 10h J lmtW 108 103 T.HeeaaTI
Ohio., Mil. AHt. I'aul 73J 7a! 13)1 t!a aHaaTal
Ofalo.litnekls.arao.., 11I1X 113) 113 lU VJbbbbH
t'ln.. Ind.. Bt. I.. AOhlc Ti 73 X 71. -'llaaeaaB
Ool. illooklntVai .... , 331; 34 33V 84 'iaSaTBeal
Clorad.iill;kln Coai 1li SO 11i 00 j TWaTBeaeal
Colorado Coal iToa MM 89 84l 4j ' , BeaeaaTl
UoneondaUxt ()as 7t,'Z UK 7li 7lf i'-eeaeaaTI
pel., Uek.f Weetern 134)2 139 lit)) IV , JUM
pelawareallndaon 103 103'J 103 l3Sf ' JbHb1
UenTerAlltaUrandpfd S8M bVi UM 6M I ijesB
K. Tenn., Ve. Ada. 11 ll liji jiv ..ffLH
K.Tenn., Va. Ua.lrt pfii... 60 ll2 CA l9 --.HIbH
K, Tenn,, Va.eiOa. 3dpfd... 33 3a3 33 .33 ,, '.bbBB
ililnola Central. ' Ulfi 1172 117 jttft -saeaeaal
ind.. Bloom. A Weeura 14) UK UU riljl C leaaaTfl
ixiulaTllla A NaahTlU SOU CO . 69 f, 1'BaTM
LakeKrieAWemera...., 10)3 InC ISM 1C H3BLn1
fe-.F.ftn.-.f.-.r.-". 44 Jis 'as t?H
Memnhia Oharleeton 63 S3 S3 S3 tfMseaeaei
lllchlran Central W ol nfi yi, . 'SpH
MU.. L H. A Weetern 87 H7 87 Sf J:iJM
Mluneapolle A Ht. Iula pfd.. '2V,i W! 31U ijitr 'SiJatTeTeTfl
MlaeouriPaelrlo ( mi Vi-- $H
Mieeoorl.JUnaaaa Teiaa lSlj 1UV 18U 1VH MbbbS
Nath., OhatU, AHt. LoaU..,. 78 78)3 78 78)4 iT'aaBaH
New Jerirr Centra) 74',' fc'i U'i 7 Vv-'bbH
New Yorkbentral............:, I07)J ldw 1&7 4 IfST .viflH
New Vork 4 New Kniiaud 40U 4t)'i 40' 40V tIaBaV
N. Y Ohio. A Ht. Imie 17) 17V lVi 17 ii-BaaH
N. Y., (Jhloao4Ht.I)nipM S'U SOW 80 SOt! ?jsAeaeaal
N. Y., LakeErle A Waetarn.. 38 38) 34 SMM -3SabB
N. Y tTKrieAWeateropIii. 04W W tHi 00 -jlrfH
N. Y, Hoaq. A Weetern. ... 9ii VU S VW kSaeaeaai
New VorV, Huki. A Weat. Did. DOM SOK 80 80S ilswasasai
Norfolk A Weeternpfd....'.... 41 411 41 'J ".SAsasal
Northern Peolflo, pfd ,.... 45 4 44V 4J; -, saTsKasaal
Oreann lUilwar 1 Narlcatlon. 90 WM SO MM LTawasasi
Oreiton Tranaoontlnental 18); 18Ji 18M 1HJJ SAsasal
Urejron lntpruTement UK SV 1)9 80 jl
Orea-on Short Line 13 15 15 15 .Ifawawaal
Paolflo Mall.. Slit U'i 84)4 8411 ,9H
i'lillad.lnhlallaa..,. ...VI OT B7 7 JBawawei
Peoria, Decatar A K?aneiile. 3Sla" 33! S3K Wi i Saeasal
Pullman I'al.oe Car Uo 138 180 184 ISA "aaawasfl
Illenmond West Point Ter.. 34( 35W W( W'l ) tH
Illoh. a Weat Point Ter. pfd., 58 o'jfi 58 502 'TskH
Ht. Paul 4 Omaha 39M 40)4 39M 44 'flawasal
Ht. Panl, Minn. Manitoba.. 100 1)0 100 110 "JaH
8t. tonleaHan Franclaoo,,,., 85 SOW 85 M)r Sawasaal
Ht. Lome A Ban Fran. pfd..,. 71 71 70V TOM IJrawasal
Teiaa PaoUo. 34V,- 34? MQ iJ - 'JsMM
Tenn. Ooal A Iron ,, 37M 'lill 21 M StfK rflaffal
Union Pastfle..u., , 10 4 60 1 J 60 M , VBsftaal
Weatern Union Tel iTapfi 78)4 78'j . 78)4 78V t-jH
Wueelma a Lake Erie......;. 44J, 40) U& ujl , H
Tlpa From " The Itvrnlns World'." Ticker. fH
Work on the new Davenport, Iowa v Dakota 4freasaanl
Ilallroad mil begin at once. -Iaafl
Bldnej Dillon li named for the Preildency of tht sBaeasaal
Wheeling a Lake ETte ltailroad. cbbH
A change In the Presidency ot the Oregon TraBsA . 53H
continental Company la reported as likely to take 'bbH
The Dnrltncton, Stillwater A Dnluth Kallroad 'IbbI
has beea lucoruorated with a capital stock ot ' -taTaH
It was said downtown to-day that Qonld will "tBafl
purchoae soveral ateamshlpa tor the Paclflo Mall rMaaH
service dining hla stay abroad. ' l-jlH
It Is reported downtown that Senator Fair wul "';HH
tnra ovtr the Nevada Ilank to a syndicate ot Scot- aaH
Hah capltalUta, who will ran It ss a legitimate X-avasavaw
banking Institution. i&H
At a meeting ot the Qorernlng Committee of the 1' v3bB
mock Exchannre ihls afternoon $455,000 first mort- f Sswawaal
kuko cold bond certtflcatea of the 81. Louis, Chlca- , ISH
go A Texas Hallway Company was listed, making S3ibH
total of $18,715,000 listed to date. 3bH
Klectlona In Other State. ysAsaal
Boston, Nov. 0. Oliver Ames, Kepabllean, de- '
feated lltnrr U. Lovering. Democrat, for the Got- ''LbB
eraorahlp by 18, 000 plurality. Tho rest of the E 'H
poollran State ticket was alto elected. . reasaai
Cincinnati. Nov. 9. Ohio has glvea Forakar 'JswaM
about W.OOU plurality. Tno Legislature Is RtpnbuV- ssSKm
Seven hundred and forty-nine precincts In Ohio 'SbbS
ilvoanet ltcj)ubllcangaln of 5.4KT In a total vote Miwawaal
of 213, ass. The indications still point to a pin- iwM
ratify of from 23,0uo to ,ooo for Foraker. JsJbb
1 afc 1 eawawaVl
Dashed Down to Tbelr Death. !H
larKCIAI. TO THE KVUIIMO WOBLD.l MbbI
Toledo, O., Nov. . An old bridge across the ffleosai
Maumec, at Watervllle, fell yesterday, carrying
wlta ll a dozen men who were at work tearing Dwesl
tho structure down. The first man fished oat iBI
was John Jeffers, of Iroavllle. Ills legs were vfLH
brokeu and tils back crushed. He died aoon after utUBsna
iiclnv rrmoved. Iljrno Iliinlo and 0. E. Itoland bsbV
ware fatally lnjoroii, lleury English, Alfred Cald- jiTM
well and J. Suowera weto badly aurt, and may die, tfjH
e li Bsal
Monmouth County Helecttaas. dBsH
srECIAL TO TBS ITIMIXO WoaLD. 4bBBBs!
Itsn UaNi, N. J., Nov. . The follomnaT
candidates are oltcied In Monmouth Countjt 'B
Senator, Henry M. Nevlna (It.) ; Borro- lll
irate. David Crater (I).)! Hhrrirr, Theodora ""bbsI
lleld ().); Assrinblymen, First District, Pott IbbbI
(D.); Second District, Kdward Fielder (1L) Jaeaaal
Third District, Orover tufburrow, (It.) Js
"tlreen Uooila" far Collector Macone. bbbI
A regulation "green goods" letter from soma) IjbbI
sawdust swindler wss In Collector Magone'a mail 'SB
this morning. It directed that an answer be jj
aent to Frank TJuckley, caro ot store, Kl IHbbsI
Tenth avenue. New York City." The letter waa bbbI
addreaied lot. W. Mather, Avondale, Bsrtera ZvU
County, Aid., and probably ramalled by ntm. Tho IHbbbI
envelope bore thla superscription, TJ, to. WM Jbbbbwj
torn Collect, Now York City, N. Y. ' bbbbI