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NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1806.-EIGHT PACKS.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
BESULTS IN THIS STATE.
AN UNEXAMPLED Y1CT0BY.
MtKIXLEYS PLURALITY ABOUT A QUAR?
TER OF A MILLION.
BLACK'S TOTE WAS ALMOST AS LARGE.
KVERT COVNTY EXCEPT SCHOHARIE WENT RE?
PUBLICAN - TWENTY-NINE REPIBL1CANS
ELECTEP TO CONGRESS AND 110 TO
THE ASfEMPLY?HILI. CANT GO
RACK TO THE SENATE.
Careful estimates received from every county
in this State make McKinloy's plurality not
far from 2501000, >r About 100.000 more than
Morton's in 1*04. McKinley carried every
rminty In the State but Sehoharle. Mr. Black
runs fmm ?.'?"?,imn? to 80.000 behind McKinley,
javinK had votes cast for McKinley withdrawn
from him by the sold Democrats, who voted for
Griffin, to demonstrate their strength. Mr.
Black thus KM 12.000 votes in New-Yea. ."?.noo
in KlnKS County. 4.000 in Erie County, and
1,000 votes in R^nsselaer County.
Palmer polled a very small vote for Presi?
dent.
Returns on the proposed Forestry amendment
to the Constitution are meagre, but those that
have come in. indicate its defeat by a heavy
majority.
The result on Congressmen was as follows:
Republicans. -'??: Democrats. .r>. The most nota?
ble feature of the election of Congn ssinen was
the success of Jam-s J. Beiden. Independent
Republican, who was the candidate of the Mc?
Kinley League, indorsed by the Democrats, in
the XXVIIth District.
The Republican majority in the Assembly was
largely increased. The Assembly of 1807 will
apparently have as Its members 110 Republi?
cans and 31 Democrats. There are now 86 Re?
publican Senators, and 14 Deniociatic Senators.
The Republican maj.vity on joint ballot will be
IK?. This insures the election of a Republican
a? David B. Hill's successor in the United States
Senate on March 4, 1807,
PLURALITIES BY COUNTIES.
'-j MM, || >W. 'sss
~Mc- I : i n*r- " "
Kin- ' J f*- Cleve- t. - .<y
Countie?. !_>>. Bryan ?J? J Um4. . ?on- '?:>???
Tlhanv ?loooi.I,.1 506 . '?*"
A":::\m. |f?. *?:::::::
cKSSuiik F.S5 . 8.108 . *?? '-??A
Chemuntr ... S.80U., 1?.-?ii '"?
Chenango ... 1.500 . 1.1* . -i-?.???????
('.inton . 8.000. !.?? .....?? ?,,,.
Columbia ... I 1.500- ??.???i 4M - 11".
Cortland ....I 2 500. 1.22. . .;;'.-? .
Dflauare ... 2.500.' 1.WS . - '.
Diurne-? 52'?' . 888.. LOI''.
Erie ...'.:: 14000.,1.'? ? ???" .
E??x ....... ?.500. I.f2rt'. 2.11?.
Franklin ... ?80?. 8.480. ? ,',f .
Pulton . 4.000. , 1.040. 1.211i.
Genesee.I 2.3U0;.; 1.030J. . 1.310.? ?
Greene .?1.000|. 141 . ????;_' **
?Hamilton ...'???? . *-'iii.?i , ?-?.
Kin*. . ?0000,.??. 29 ,88? ....... 1-455
Lewis .! 1.000 . M.;, ?83.
Livings??., l.aoo . ! 1.814.. l.MT.
Madison ....I 8,800. , 2.4,0. 2.558.
Monroe. 12000'.! 8.621. 4.fl.S .
Montgomery. 1800. M ....... "" -Vi?4
New-York .. 22??O- '.O-*?) ???;.; ?.?M
Niagara .... 2.400. ?????i 18' , 22.
Oneirta. 4.SO0.; 8"7 . . ?."g.
Ononda*a ... ?.00o., 4.108. 8.14?.
Ontario . 2.000. ?g. 1.204.
Orange. 8.000-' O*'. 4"! -
Orleans., 1.100. , 04?. , 1.081.
Rocklanl ... 1.200 . ,--,A?; RS0 Vim
St. Lawrence 101S0 . T.OJl . 8.102.
Rsratora .1 8.800 . I.088 . - "-? .
Re&??cta<* ! 1.000 .' . ?? 805 ?? ..?j.
S-h.harle "..;. W0;...-. 1.205 ...^ 1.^10
rVhnyler .... 1.200 . W4. "???'??
R?ne?a . 7or>...?^ M ? ??.- ??
Pteuben .... 4,Snrtl. . 2.270. 2.4<;..
?a? Ik . 6.000.?1 .2^,.i 8?7|.
-?'m ' .U::.... I.2M. 1.242.
Tompkln? ... 2?n0 . 1.818....^ 1.1?4.
Vl?t?r .! ?00,1 . ... R..0 JM.
W.rr#n . 8.000 . 888 . 1.252.
WMhlnvton 5.2001. , a."?? . 8.T8?.
Wavne 2.0011 . 2-.''.. ? 8,780'..
?Hv?rhMtw.l ?7871.. t?82 .... 1.141
Wvomln? ... 2.or?o. ' 1.4M. l.JM .
TatM .I l.son-." i.*vi . 1.280.
?f^u ?mW ' ?00 78.182?lO.tOl M .T?4 77.r(01
Pluralitieo . 2.V/W7 .I!.' 44.51!? 14.r.73.
?Inrlu?ler] with Fulton County.
ROBBINS WINS HIS PIOTIT.
AncHon, N. Y, Nov. S (BJp*elaJ).- Frederick A.
RobMnv. Indeper.dont R??puhllcan r.omlp^e for mf-m
bor of Ar.KomMv for Ailcgmny County, is ?tacted by
l.Ono plurn?ty.
FASPKTTS TURM TO REJOICE.
Elmira. Nov. 3 (Sp'-clal?.? riiemunp bounty, the
former homo of Bttmtor Hill, (rives McKinley 2.ooo
plurality. Black run?? well with the head of th"
ticket. OilJott. Ri-puhllran, for CODRTCM in thf
XXIXth bi^Tlct. is re-ftectetl hy from 1.60? to R.ono
j)lurallty. Th? lai.'l.-ilde i? unpr<-o<.i|?T.itd In the
nlstory of ( hemunK County.
.1 SI/iAT FASSKTT.
StTFOLK SOLIDLY REPUBLICAN.
Rlverhead, Nov. 3.?The vote for PresMent in Suf?
folk County, with some sratteilnp dlntriftK to hrar
from, glvaa BfoKtntojr'i plurmllt? as 4,soo. Th.-re
wa? little ?cratching. and tl?< r>!<t of tn" tlrk<-' r;m
about the same. The Republicans rle^t their entire
county ticket, as follows: County Jud^e, Benjamin
H. Reeve; Sh-tiff. Benjamin B. Wood: County
Treasurer. John ST-rry; District-Attorni-y Walter
H Jaoox; S'lrx-rtnv nrtr-nt of I'oor, David S. Sho:
ri!!. The Republicans have eloftr-d to th<- As.-'.mbly
ErastUS K Pofti In <).? 1st District, and ?"aril 8.
Burr. Jr., in the lid District.
FROM THF. HOME OF PORTKR AND GRIFFIN.
Watertown, N. Y , Nev : {.Special!. ? In Jfffcrson
County the plurality for McKlnky Is S.SS."., for Black
for Governor 3.2X0. The total v.;* for Grffln for Gov?
ernor I.? 27.'?. The vola asaliis: tlM BJOOBtlment 'o the
Constitution ir 1X888. The plurality for ChlckcrlnK,
Republican, for CoagMM in Iht -\XlVin District Is
10,000. His plurality in Jefferson C^ur.ty hi 4,000.
Frank H. HiaOOCk, Reimblican, Is e]e!*;c] Juatloe of
the Suiiremf Court in the Fifth Judl.-iai Dtetricl bjf
18,01? plurality. Walter Zlmmcrrnaa and c. J. Clark,
both Republican!-', ?re re-"iected to the Assembly
from the 1st and IM districts In Jefferson County by
Increased majorit!*?.
--?
BIG GAIN IN MONROE.
Rochenter, Nov 3 (Special).?The city of Rochester
complete gives McKinley lx,4fi3. Bryan UJH, a plural?
ity of fi.J?T for M-Kl?iey. The towns will give Mc?
Kinley about UM plurality, makinR his plur.illty in
Monroe S.oon, ? j^ain of 4,400 over four >ear.? ?<o. In
the cl:y Black's plurality for Governor Is 3,071.
CfOMfUMO ELECTS A REPUBLICAN.
Elmira. Nov. 3 iSpeclal).?chemung- RcftablleaM
elect one member of Asaemblv bv 1,200 to LIO? nriii
Jorlty. J. H. HOLBKRT
-?
RED HOOK DIDN'T RESPOND TO BRYAN.
Poiifhkeepsie. Nov. 3 iSpeclal).-Red Hook, the
town In which Mr Bryan spent a week, ?jives Mc?
Kinley a plurally of 217 more than It gave Morton.
-?
RICHMOND OOUMTf'l VOTE.
Thirty-four districts out of forty-seven In Rich?
mond County give McKinley 4,498; Bryan. 3.088;
McKinley'? plurality, 1,430. The final figure? will
probably give McKinley 1,30o plurality. Franklin
P*?tl?u' ior Congress, will probably have about
1,400 plurality.
ERIE COUNTY'S SHOWING.
Buffalo, Nov. 3 (Special).?McKinley will carry
Ert? County by 22.000. Black will get 20,000 plurality.
Rowland B. Muhany, Repjubllcan, la re-elected to
Congreaa from the XXXIId District by 6,000 plural?
ity. D. 8. Alex.-.nder In elected to Congress from
the XXXIIId District by 12,000 plurality.
ONONDAGA STRONG FOR M'KINLEY.
Syracuse, Nov. 3.?Onondaga County, with thiee
town? estimated, given McKinley 10,000 plurality.
Black ?1,500 plurality, and Beiden, for Congress, 4,500
plurality. For the Assembly, Bellen. 1st District;
Tenoyck. IH District; Bondy. Hid District, and
WeUs, IVth District, all Republicana, are elected.
THE CITY FOR SOUND MONEY
3CKINLEYS PLURALITY20,000
BLACK GETS MM MORE THAN TOKTER
FOR GOVERNOR.
FIVE REPVRUCAX COXGRESSMEX WIN.
TWELVE AS?KMH',Y.VKX > uso BLCCTKD OCT OF
TUB THIIiTY-FIVr: -roHONr.R TIT11II.L
CHOSEN AOAIN-KINGS (OINTY
i 30KS ?i.orw? fOB
M'KINI.KY.
The metropolis of the Nation yesterday dc
clnred its allegiance to the cause of honesty by
n.iiiriK up a plurality of 'Jihmmi f,,r lleKlnley.
The approximate est ?mate of the vote was:
McKinley .1B8.06H
Bryan .*..133.783
McKinley*! plurality . W.J?
New-York also gave a plurality of nearly
O.000 for Frank s. Black for Governor over Wil?
bur F. Porter, the candidate of the Democratic
State machine. The estimated vote waa:
Black. I446ia
Porter .139.149
niark'i? plurality. 8.664
The forces ?.f sound money In the I.Vth Con?
gress were strengthened by the election of t?\,i
Republican CongTcaamen ?Mesara. Mitchell,
Shannon, Quiirp, Lour ?uni Ward.
A splendid victory was achieved In the With
District by Mr. Ward. The Dem?crata elected
were Messrs Vehalage, Bradley, Cummlnge,
Sulzer and Met Mellan.
Twelve Republican Assemblymen were prob
ably elected out of the thirty-tiv-.
Coroner Tuthill was re-elected.
The constitutional amendment relatinp: to the
Adirondack forests was overwhelming Vot< d
down in this city.
Kinss County gave a plurality of about 31,
?MHI for McKinley and about 21,000 for Miaok.
NEW-YORK CITY'S VOTE FOR PRESIDENT.
MM 1K?6
Assembly I Mr- ? | rat- Pal trat'n.
dUtrlct. . Kinl-y Hryan , BMI m*r, Kin? ISM.
1 . l.fi',3 3.23? M I.IM .1.143 S.TM
2 . ?.' T"s ijij 57 ) ?wi i.smi 7,11s;
a . 1.216 ? 4"i iu lam 4 j4t ??t
4 . 2.?14 4.".?? M I.T?3 4."1? 8.1?*?
B .' 4.0!'.". ?.? 866 243 ;i j;> 8.34a 8,eni
>;. :'. 44 7 -?.:11 77 2.116 4 ??,:.?:, r i; j
7 .: 3 1'4? 4.-,7! f"> 2 8'W 4.J4I f>?.M
8 . i..,, i i ;,?'. : .,, i '.<?;
tt . 4.246 4.2.?'.' 182 2.?78 1,121 ? i?l
to.: ?.-,4 :j 2.17 69 2.34? 3.656 B.ftlfl
it . 8.406 8.668 Iflii 2.234 3,?24i 7.642
12 . 2.613 - '?'-? 64 i ...... ?.ISO 7.,.is
is .' i *7<i i.n* ta i.wfi 8.?i2 7.43')
14 . :'...?' I.20U 7.: 2.11.4 I...12 8.T?*
13 . .1 2'2 ?."84 -1 l?M 3.343 T.6S8
l>i .... ? i :: .-!.:? ?? i ??;:, :\ ;.:?. s i n
17 .| 3.On* 4 Oft? 82 2 "81 5.668 8 0?;
!? . 1.1? 11 ? .'. ' 14- 1 '."?" ?,i?M -<???:
U< . 7 4"" :?? 4"7 t.'j 4 .in; ; v.? 12.172
?jo . 8.066 5.006 ISO 2"H t :??""? 8.80f)
?.'1 . v-,;.'. ? m? :ii, r, ii.--, ?!>.. l . .??:
22 .? 3.4?? 4 274 1.14 2 4.". 4 n ?? v >l
? : K.-UO 1.121 ? '? 2 1.211 11.4*1
24 . B.5M I ?"3 17:, 1 ?47 ?.?83 ?112
. ... _? -.,.....,?
2? . 3.11? 8 123 I66| 1.7?ii 3 2?7 7.372
?^^?^^?^^?^^?^^?^?3.<>.'.2
29 .1 7IMI 1 MB |M 8,003 8.618 10.4f.ft
, . 4 ?? - 1 4?? 228 2.?22 4.5*1 10.2)3
31 .I 8 242 2.??2 863 4 'Ms .1 7*V1 12 2"7
{. 4<<t ?71* I? ?? 2.7?? 14?; It?.?07
33 . 4 42!> >.aU |B1 3.633 4.043 ?.408
'4 . 7 " ? M.l.M 212 1.?7I ? 22 ? 18 ITfl
ss .I 7 8M 6 ato 2??i 1 884 ?; ^72 i? ?4.1
Annex _ l.lfll 1.216 M RM 1.861 Mil
Total* ... 133 Of.? 133.7S3 I r.:n 07.47'? 141 188 880.676
MeKinlr.'? plurality. H?283; 11 DcCltOT I>??tri?-??i
mliiflr.?!.
VOTE F'?l{ GOVERNOR
_-l?lVl. - .1?!,^ ? lt??l?
A.?-?rr.bly ; ' Pel- trft n
district. Hlatk. V*>n?r. Origin. ' m.-r. Kin?. Ih?kI
2 4.^' t 481 88 1 :."1
8.088 4 .*..?'.:( 100 2 271
2 on 4.u"i2 101 1 isa
4.C.77 8.1 i.t ;;?". a 238
3..lift 4 M8 '.'1 2.3H
128 2.VW 4.2441
^^^^^^?^^^?^^?^^^?^^?.777 1
?? .' 4 ;;?? 4 381 1"8 2 ?7? 4.121 W.?4l
10.'? 3 :. ?1, 8.4?'l 1ST 2.848 .'loi ?.M?
3'>04H?^H?T?)^bHLI^BLH 8 82"
?^B. .1. IQk^BJI^H 1.82^i 3. l.lftl_
Il . 2.77.'. I 727 81 i l.liTB 1.613 T.43?>
14 . 3.147 4 4.*.2 138 1164 4.2 >? 77?
13 . 3 17:. 4.023 71 2.384 3 :.?3 T.WW
1? . :: 1L-.? :: ?7'? ?? I.9T3 S.T86 8.141
17 . 2 ?72 ?247 12" 2 "M 8.883 8.6*3
1H . 2 7:<H 4.880 i7'i 1 !??i 4 *k1 ??????
10 .' ?0?7 r ::7? 630 -? ;:4-'. .'?.?:.? 12 172
?.?" . 2 :?><? 7.127 124 2,064 4,766 -'???'
21 . 6 868 :; 7V' 62b .".'?v. 4.188 18 ?? ?
22 .1 8,0*11 4Wt'.' 1?2 3.433 4,.'."" 8,786
27t . R M6 i : : 4 4 ;2'.t 8.?.*i2 4.211 11 ??1
2-i . S.0l1 8.6M 1?? 1 >-i7 ?'.: . Ml;
?j .' rt,660 2.361 409 8.866 'i ?.>? I'M?
2'? .I 2.7.13 8.2"1-' 143 l.7?0 .': :?7 7 ::72
H . .'. .17? I.??; 876 8.8lai 3.488 S.3?a
H . 8,l?T ?'!.'':?? 148 2.033 ?.108 8.838
^??1 . 7.13? 1.646 613 8.608 8.613 I0.4.VI
? . 1,618 8.062 12" 3.823 4.r^;i 10.213
Z\ . 7 7?! 8.141 '?-'! 4,618 3.768 12.207
32 .I 4.187 f.Ot? HI 2 77C 4 147 IO -"7
S3 . 4 "!H 2.i?'.4 188 2.62S 4.043
;t? . n.3"!t 1,703 227 4 ?71 6.330 1.'. ?7?.
?I ..1 ?1130 6.634 4"2 5.SM 6.872 16.648
AMU ....! 1 WO 1 21? M W6 1 "'1 8 ?IS
T'-h'k 146.818 188.148 7 !'H 87.478141.186 330.676
niai-Wii pterelltr, k ??
AT MAJOR M'KIM.l 'TR HOME.
rv>Nf;KATr^A1IONS IHOM HOB4RT-A visit FROM
( UAir.MAN MANNA- MOW Ml'. MKIM.KV VOTBO.
Canton. Oh'.c. No\ I?Major McKinley tn-nicht
received thl? telegram:
Pateraoa, S. J-. Nov. 3 ? ConarratulatlonR with all
my hear*, on the irlorlou6 ecblevemem under four
mHirnlflce.i P-ader: bin. Tlie manhood Of the !<<??
public ha ? aa?erl4Ml Itaelf, end lb? Natlon'a honor
and lnte>.'rt:\ will Difver again be aMUiaiM by tha
Kam? forerr. Mr?. Hobart joins m<- In eongratu
latlon.?. OARREt A HOBART.
The weather in r'anton to-d.iy wan beautiful end
a heavy voie was polled. Major McKinley rot?d
nt 9 o'clock II" wa: aicompanled to th" polllns?
place by his brother Abner. They irelked from
the Major's bMB6 to I'rednci It. In the Piral Ward,
and th.- candidate realetered ble vote ai No 338
<)uit<- a number of trotera were around the pollina
place when Major McKinley entered the bootn
There wai ne dernonelrntlon of any character, and
the candidate, after caetlna his vote, walked lm
mediately to th? home of hie mother.
Major McKinley and his brother then drove back
to me candidate'? Mereet-et. home, where Major
McKinl<> spent the day aul>tly receiving callei 1
iir- was'in eaeellem henlth and spirits, a.i?i confl
dent of aucceaa. Telearame of the most encourag
?11K nature were pouring Into tl" McKinley hom.
over the special vur<-><, and there were repeated
calls for Major McKinley over the Ion? distance
telephones.
Mra McKinley was much Improved, and ara
able to ?It up while the news of the election was
beltiK received.
Chairman Mark A. llanca arrived in Canton at
1 o'clock, lie wan accompanied by hi< brot.v-r. m
M Manna ex-< 'onKP-ssman I'ti Rutterworth and
Colonel .lohn May. Major McKinley drove down
to the de()ot to m'-et his visitors. Chairman Hannn
hrougltt the candidate gaaurancea of the moai m
jihatle natcre of the' triumph of the II. publican
ticket The party took lunch with Major McKinley
and returned to Cleveland Ht 4 o'clock.
Maior McKinley carried his ward by lfd. This
ward gave Cleveland 103.
MR. RH. Vtf VOTE.
HE r-APT A mtAIOHT DEMOCRATIC BALUOt AT
UNCOLM, mm
Lincoln. Neb., Nov ?. Mr. end Mrs Bryan drove
directly after breakfast from the Paxton rlosae, in
Omaha, to the I'mon S'.iiion. where Mr. Bryan
?hook hand* with R few people and ?rent aboard lie
Uurllngton train, lanvlnaj Omaha for Lincoln el I ..;
o'clock. Llneoln waa reached al UM. Mr Bryan
was escorted U\ a band and.a club of trevelllng men
to the City ?'lerk's Office tO Weal in his vole, and
then he took his pie ?<? in the proceaeion again on
the way to the voting piece
He voted the atralgnl "Democratic and People'
independent ticket." lusi aa he wai depoaltlng his
ballot?, one of the Republican challenger? called 01
the people present, about lift) in number, to un
cover, out of respect to Mr. Bryan, Under escort of
the band and the (dale he W8J taken t ? his home
on l).st. The crowd cheered a? he attended th.
step? of the dwellins, and turning to th? ?gathering
the candidate made a Mill? speech of thanks. askliiK
the people present to sp^nd tee rest of the da) In
getting the vote out and ?eeltiK to It that every one
understand? the form of ballot.
THE NEW CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE.
By Its remarkable quality and drynesr, without
being heivy, the splendid new vintage of <i. 11
Mumm'? Extra Dry I* creatlrg a sensation It
should be tasted to be fully appreciated.?(Advt
"Everywhere, spread ?ill over in characters' of living light, biasing on all
its iiiu|>]<' folds ?is they il<>;it over the s?-;i and over the land and in every
wind under the whole heavens, those words, dear to every trne American
heart, Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable."
WILLIAM M'R?XLEY. Pre8ident elect
GARRET A. HOBART, Vice -President-elect.
WI8C0NSM.
THE REPUBLICAN PLURALITY MAY REACH
1.0
Milwaukee. \v\. . Mov. :'. Returns from all
parts of the stat? Indicate g plurality "i lOO.IXMl
for McKlnle) and ? clean sweep on the State
and Congn lonal ticket. The Legislature i<
strongly Repubiii in
?
DELAWARE IN UNE.
REPUBLICANS HAVE PROBABL.T CARRIED
THE STATE BT A SMALL PLURALITT.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. .''? (Special The few
returna ?f ?ho election recHvec Indicate ? ma?
jority for McKinley In Delaware. Aidlcka Re
publlcana probably carried enl and Busses.
counties, which tneana the return of ;? Republi?
can Congressman. Tunneil (Dem.) i? probably
elected Governor.
There sere minor brawl.'- to-day In Sussex
( 'ounty . and in two districts no elect! . v as held.
the l'nion Republicana (Addtcka) refusing to
permit the anii-Addh-it? people <>r regular Re?
publicans to have eoti i ? a enmanta in one dis?
trict of Kent County there was no el tctlon for
| the same reason, The only fatal affray iwported
1 was from Baltimore Hundred, Busses. County,
Where one man " as killed. There are no details. ,
While McKInk y la mi post d ta have i arrled the ]
state, the Democrats gel the Legislature.
Reports from Busses County sa) McKinley has
? a ?mall plurality there. In I8P2 Cleveland had
| ISO plurality In Sussex The Democrats have ?
plurality for the real of their ticket.
*
DEMOCRAT! OIVB UP DELAWARE
Wilmington, Del., No* I (SpesJal).-Wlllar.l Saab>
bury, chairman of the Democratic Commtttee, con?
cedes Delaware to McKinley by 1,000 majority.
II. ?' BROWN,
Chairman Jleuubllcan Stau Committee.
I
I I///./70V PLURALITY.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. .". Chairman Hanna
claims the country by 1.000.000 plurality.
MARYLAND ?S M'KINLEY'8.
A PLURALITY OF ??.80? l'"i: BOUND MONET
i i\ i: RBPI BUCAN CONGRESSMEN
out or six.
Baltimore, Nov. 8 (8peclal). -AI W ofdoch to
i.i^ht Chairman Welling/ton, of the Republican
Bute Committee, any? thai McKinley'? plurality
In Maryland ?n.80.000; and Chairman Tal
bott, of the Dei.Ta?lc Btat? Cutral Committee.
concedes thai McKinley has carried Baltimore
City by about 15.000 majority. This would about
?ubstantlate Chairman Wellington'? claim. The
latter is certain of the election of the following
Republican Coiifreoamen by then? Bfuroa:
u,i District w. B. Baker, 1.100 plurality; uid
Dlatrld l>r \v B. Boose, 8.000 plurality; ivth
District, w. w. Melntyre, 8.000 to 10.000 plural
It) . VU. Imsin,.. S B Mud'l. 5.000 Plurality; Vit h
District, Join. M M Donald. 8.001 ? pluraii y. Dr.
[naac A Barb > (Rep.), hi defeated in the let Dis
"'' '? ,-., . ..
Complete returna from Baltimore < ity give Me
Kini. > 20,868 plurality. The B?pubueaa? car?
riel every ward.
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MARTLAND'B BJBCORD BROKKM.
BalUmor??. NOV. 8 <S|?<iali. Maryland gives
80,0183 for McKinley. UM largest plurality In her
history, nod tot the Brat time the state goes for
a ReimbUcM candidate few ?ho Presidency, ite
pahUcan? have et? t"1 8ve of the Mi Con ?roe?
men, and indlcatlo is are that the delegation will
be solidly RepubWW FELIX AUNCS.
Publisher 'Baltimore Amtrlcan."
THIRD EDITION, 3.30 A. M.
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UPRISING OF A GREAT PEOPLE
WKINLEY AND HOBART GET AT LEAST MS OUT OF 44?
ELECTORAL VOTES AND A VAST PLURALITY,
ANARCHY AND REPUDIATION TRAMPLED UNDER FOOT.
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A SOPND MONEY CONGRESS--IMMENSE REPCRLICAN MAJORITY IN THE HOUSE?
THE SENATE SECURE?-SUPERB VICTORIES IN THE WEST?THE
"SOLID SOl'T H" SHATTERED.
McKinley and Botar! swept the country yesterday, winning at least 2M out of 441
electoral votes. Anarchy was throttled and Repudiation repudiated.
There will be not less than 2.*5S Republicana in the House of Representatives, more than
a two-thirds majority, ami a sound-money majority iu tlio Senate.
On the great hattielield of the Middle West the enemy was routed. Ohio, Indiana, Illi?
nois. Michigan, (own, Wisconsin and probably Kansas wer.: all won by pluralities ranging
from substantial to stupendous.
The Solid South was split wide open. Delaware. Kentucky, Maryland, West Virginia
and North Carolina joined the ranks of noneaty and order.
in the Far West. California ami Oregon were carried by McKinley. The Northwest for?
Dishes McKinley electors from Minnesota and from both Dakotas.
New-England is solidly and overwhelmingly Republican, redeeming the September promiae
of Maine and Vermont, and New-.Tersey rolled up an unprecedented majority.
New-York god Pennsylvania competed for the glory of leading the Republican column.
They both broke all records. New-York by 250,000 plurality, aud Pennsylvania by 340,000,
which gives her the red, white and blue ribbon.
J.V THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.
STATES FOR M'KINI.EY.
California. 0 New-Hampshire _ 4
Connecticut . 8 New-Jersey .10
Delaware . 3 New-York .36
Illinois .24 North Carolina .... 11
Indiana .IB North Dakota . 3
Iowa .13 Ohio .23
Kansas .lOtOregon . 4
Kentucky .13 Pennsylvania .32
Maine . 6 Rhode island . 4
Maryland . 8 South Dakota . 4
Massachusetts .15 Vermont . 4
Michigan .14'Weet Vlrgina. 6
Minnesota . 9 Wisconsin .12
Total .ailH
STATES for BRTAN.
Alabama .11 Nevada . 3
Arkansas . 8 Nebraska . 8
Colorado . 4 Bout!) Carolina .... 9
Florida . 41 Tennessee .12
Georgia .18 Utah . 3
Louisiana . 8 Idaho . 3
Mississippi . 9 Virginia .12
Montana . 3
Total .1-5
STATES IV DOT'RT.
Missouri .17 Wyoming . 3
Washington . *i
Total .5i4
PLURALITIES BY STATES.
-1S92.-H9S.
Harri- Cleve- Me?
son, land. Kinley. Rryan.
Alabama .- B.M!-?J?
Arkansas .- 40.950-25.000
California .- IM-?
Colorado .-? 1WI- MM?
Connecticut .- MM ?^S-o
Delaware .- ^lS M?
Florida .- MJ?-t?
Oeorgta .?- tlMt- 15.
Idaho .- ?t'.'-l- ttJ
Illinois .- M.8M 150.000
Indiana .- I.1S M.8M
lo?? . M.8M- 80.000
Kansas .- ?MM ?- ?
Kentucky .- ??.83? M.8M ?
Louisiana .- 81.M8- 25,<
Ifalna . MJ? - 4?.noo
Maryland . - ?.WO 3".0.? -
Maasaehusetta .... MOM- ?.?? -
Michigan . ?.?I- BM? -
Minnesota . H.881- M.8?
MlaalMtppI .- ?.Ml- 40.00.1
Missouri .- R.8?-?
Montana . UT?- - IM?
Nebraska . MM- 6.000
Kew-Jeraey .- IMM 8TJ?
New-Hsnapshlre .. Mfl- IM?
New-York .- 8M1I ?0.8?
North Carolina ..- BJM
North Dakota.-? MM M?
ohio . lot:-UM?
Oregon . *-":i"- 3'""?
Pennsylvania . ?.741- MM?
Rhode laland. MR - ?J?
South Carolina ...- 41,"?7- 85,0
Bouth Dakota. MM MM
Tennessee .*? ? MJHS ???
Texas .-UM?
ftnl .-?- 8M
Vermont . IMM-35,000 -
Virginia .-? - M.TM- ?J
Washington . ?.?I
Wesl Virginia ....-MM IS,??
Wisconsin .-? MM 18.00? -
Wyoming . '*--?
NEBRASKA LOST.
BRYAN'S STATE REMAINS TRUE TO ..Of?
HIS MAJORITY ABOUT MM
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. I. Ott! of the apparent
Republican avalanche la neighboring States, Ne?
braska ha? ?eemlngiy remained true to her
favored ?on, Mr. Hryan has, on the face of the
scattering returns, carried the Btate by from
6,000 to l'J.iMNi. Chairman Poot, of the Republi?
can committee, declines to concede defeat, but
the flgures disprove ii!.^ claims. Dales? surprts
los Republican gain? are made in bach counties
th" fusion electoral as well as the State ticket
has gained the day.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. %.?Returns at midnight
?bow Bryan'? majority In this State about 7,000,
with the election Of Holcomb (silver), sj Gov?
ernor, ami si\ silver Congressmen. At midnight
BBS precincts give Hryan 41,608, McKinley
40,872.
WEST VIRGINIA WON,
DEMOCRATS CONCEDE THE STATE TO
MKINLEY nY 7,000 PLURALITY.
Parkershurg. W. Vh., Nov 3?Ohio, Cabell
and Wood counties, In West Virginia, give lariro
majorities for McKinley and Atkinson for Gov?
ernor, Jefferson County, the Democratic strong?
hold, fall? Into line with Republican gains. The
Democratic State Committee concedes the State
to the Republicans by about 7.000. Ten pre?
cincts In this city give McKinley 1,005 and
Bryan 450.
.4y AVALANCHE IX ILLIX0I8.
BOTH BRYAN AND ALTOEI.D GO DOWN IN
THE WRECK.
Chicago, Nov 3.?The head of the Republi?
can National ticket, according to close esti?
mates late this evening, has carried the State
by at least 150.000 plurality. The Congress
delegation will be almost solidly Republican,
and the new United States Senator who suc?
ceeds John IL Palmer will be a Republican
also. The late?t figures show surprising gains
for McKinley throughout Illinois. Tanner, Re?
publican candidate for Governor, defeats Alt
geld by ahout 125,000 plurality. Chicago and
Cook County will give McKinley a plurality of
more than ?50.000
The Indications based upon returns from all
but 100 precincts of Chicago and from scat?
tering returns from outside the city show that
McKinley j.nd Tanner have swept Illinois. Tan?
ner Is runntng ahead of his ticket but some?
what behind McKinley. The returns from X40
of the Chicago precincts give McKinley
172,701. Bryan 120,737. Palmer 1,490. One
hundred and two precincts In Illinois outside of
Cook County give McKinley 2S.480. Brysn
10,050, Palmer 1?. In 1S92 the Harrison vote
In the same number of precincts was 17,973, and
Cleveland. 15,9*2. Sixty-five precincts in Illinois
outside of Cook County give Tanner 19.477, Alt
geld 12.962. The vote In ISM was Harrison.
14.S27; Cleveland, 12.7S7.
Chairman Hitch of the Republican State
Central Committee said at 9 o'clock: "Illinois
has gone for McKinley and Tanner by 125,990.
Tanner is running far ahead of his ticket."
Captain John R. Tanner, the r""^'?" C,ov
ernor-elect. arrived at the Republican head?
quarters in the Great Northern Hotel from h's
home in Louisville, and was immediately con?
gratulated as ihe next Governor of Illinois.
He said: "McKinley and I have carried th?
State l>y considerably over 100.000 majority."
National Committeeman Jamleson, of Illlnola,
who was at headquarters receiving the reurns.
agreed that the known vote In Cook County
and parts of the State outside made Illinois sure
for McKinley and Tanner and the whole State
ticket by over 100,000. The scattered returns
received from OUtaide of Chicago show larg?
Republican gains over 1*92
Chairman Hinrlchsen of the Democratic State
Committee conceded Cook County to McKinley
and Tanner, and admitted that the indications
pointed to the rest of the State going the same
way, although he would not give it up until
fuller returns had been received from the
country.
The Democrats look for gains and generally
fav.arable returns from the southern part of the
State, which has hardly been heard from yet
These returns are expected by Chairman Hin?
rlchsen largely to offset the unfavorable figures
from Chicago and northern counties.
Whiteslde County gave McKinley a majority
of 2.500, a gain of 1.422 over 1802. Logan
County has been carried by 3?0 majority. It
was formerly Democratic by 800. This is an
indication of the ratio of Republican gains from
the counties heard from. Kvanston's oie was:
McKinley, .'{.iitiT; Bryan, B08. The Republicans
?atrl.d Pullman by 400 plurality.
INDIANA is FOR HONESTY.
Till". REPUBLICAN PLURALITY ESTIMATED
AT EMM,
Indianapolis. Nov. S.?"The Journal" says that
Indiana has gone Republican b\ tiOflOQ plural?
ity.
The counting in Indiana began at ?5 o'clock,
and returns come in slowly, but they show an
average Republican gain of seventeen to the
precinct In the country districts and fifty to the
precinct in the cities. They Indicate that the
state is tor McKinley by over (fc%000.
Estim?tes of pottbook holderi in this city give
Indianapolis to the Republicans by 18.000. Rig
Republican ?rains are shown in the iras belt.
Prom estimates from poUbOOh holders it ap
pears that Marion County gives McKinley 32,
4?i.'{; Bryan, 18,414; Republican plurality of 13,
988.
The only question about Indiana is the size of
McKlnley'a majority. Sixteen Indianapolis pre?
cincts show that Marion County has bei n carried
by t>? ?t less than |?>,iHMt. ami twenty-five country
precincts reported to the Republican State com?
mittee show an average gain of twenty-five to the
precinct. \> the ?seme time the Western Union
returns from twenty-five precincts show an aver?
age gain "f hi. There are 8,116 precincts in the
State. From these indications at Republican
headquarters the State is claimed for McKinley
by not less than 60,000.
At Democratic State Headquarters only half a
dozen telegrams were received. One Of these
shows a gattl of thirty-five for Bryan in one pre?
cinct in < >wen Counts/, and another shows a Dem
ocratk losn of 11 ? in four precincts In tirant
County. Chairman Martin said his advices, on
the whole, led him to believe that the Democrats
will hold their majority of 1882, which was 7.000.
The Republicans claim twelve out of the thirteen
Congressmen, and the Legislature by a decisive
majority in both branches, meaning a Republi?
cs successor to Senator VOOrtaOB,
The candidates for Governor are running very
close to the figures on the National ticket.
Chairman dowdy, of the Republican State
Committee, telegraphed to Chairman Hanna that
Indiana lias given McKinley 30.0(6) plurality, has
elected eleven of the Republican candidates for
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