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Violet Water.
Congress, and a Republican Legislature. The
leturns. he says, warrant the claim, without fear
of much reduction by later returns.
A TREMENDOUS VOTE CAST.
BSTVBUCANS Pl'SH-lD THB lHiHTlNil Vic.ort
orsl.v THHOrOHOCT Tin: BTATK
Indianapolis. Nov. .". (Special) ?Heautiful
weather gave opportunity t>-,lay for a heavy
vote, and it is beUeVsd thai the total will exceed
(,(h(,(hk) Qeneral Harrison voted about 10
o'clock? and was watched with the Interest that
would naturally 1? aroused at the algbt of an
aw rrnsldrnl enerclslag the same power that any
citi/.-n has Oov ?mor M.iith> ws voted soon after
tin- polls opened, and then retired to slve atten?
tion to bis h>ap. d-u|> and neslected correspond?
ence.
The polla opened with vote, s waiting, and for
the first two hours those of the election officers
who had not secured their breakfasts had t)
wait until the rush was over. The Republican?
?bowed lin' keenem desin to register their will
that ill.".- have shown m many year?. Before
it o'clock one-half >f them had voted, and by
norm three-fourth? had voted. The bicycle
couriers used by the Republican County Com-I
mittce broughl in word during th-- afternoon
that the Republican? were everywhere pushing
the n^ht. an l thai the Popocrat? were discour?
aged. Th" sold Dem?crata were found active at
every polling place, While no silver R< publicans.
known to i?, auch, spent aaj time at the poll*.
The weight of the silver Republican vote will
not be f.-it in th- election, at least in this c .unty.
The reports from the nut counties are in the
?ame strain, a telegram from Hamilton County
said that three-fourths of th" Republicans voted
before noon, and Knit at 2 o'clock 'he Popocratic
worker* wire leaving the polls disgusted. The
Republican? raised their estimate? of the States
during the day from the result demonstrated
in this county. Hut there is this to l?e said: The
entire State j.i sjol as metropolitan as Indianap?
olis. Retting was slow, the Democrats lacking
courage to stake money even at heavy odds.
-4>
HARRY & NEWS ESTIMATE.
Indianapolis, Nov. " (Special).?McKinley has
carried Indiana by not tea? than 8B,000 majority.
We have ten Congressmen sure, probably twelve,
and possibly a solid delegation. We have the
Legislature beyond a doubt. HARRY P. NEW.
-?
PENNSYLVANIA FIRST.
HEAD? THE I.IST WITH THE H?OB MA?
JORITY OK M8.8M VOTES.
[ftT TELKORAt'II TO THE Tr.IBl'NE.l
Harrtsburg, Pena.. Nov. ?,? The election in
Pennsylvania was characterized by the atmest
determination on the part of the Republicans to
poll the greatest majority ever given for a candi?
date in this State, and the Indications are that
they have succeeded. Careful calculations esti?
mate McKinley's majority in Pennsylvania at
840,<i<>0, and It thus maintains its place at the
head of the protrusion These figures at first j
glance appear a trifle wild, but that they are not
is shown by the fact that in every precinct in
Harrlsburg thus far heard from McKinley ruis !
gained an average of ?HI votes over the vote of |
1892, and this county of Dauphin alone will give |
a majority of 0,800 for McKinley, a gain of 5,700
over I8S2.
Advices from the iron manufacturing districts ]
along the Husuuehannu are to the effect that
MeKuUey has made strong gains everywhere.
Sad In not a single district has Rryan equalled
the Cleveland vote of 1S?C The returns come
in very slowly, owing to the great size of the
ballot and the large number of columns contain?
ing Presidential electors.
Philadelphia. Nov. ?.-To McKinleys plurality
In Pennsylvania Philadelphia ro. tribute? about
125,000.
The weather throughout Pennsylvania to-day
was dear. In this city an extremely large vote
was polled, the balloting during th?? early morn?
ing hours being heavier than was ever before
known. The total vote of the el " will undoubt?
edly be the heaviest ever east This condition is
the result of a fierce Shrievalty contest, which
overshadowed the Presidential campaign. The
tight for the local office is between Samuel H.
Ashbridge, the regular Republican nominee, who
is being supported by the municipal administra?
tion forces, of which David Martin is the leader,
and Alex Crow, jr.. the McKinley- Tlttsens* nom?
inee, whose candidacy has also beon indorsed by
the Democrats. ->tr. Crow Is allied with the Quay
faction of the Republican party. Roth sides are
confident of vkt.<ry, th? respective followers
claiming majoriti?* ranging fro;n P?0,000 to
411.000.
The Republican Ciiy Committee at a late hour
conc-ded ("'row's election for Sheriff.
Pittsburg, Nov. .'l.?The voting made as much
speed as possible with the blanket ballot, which
measures '.'>'! Inches in width by !i<i Inches in
length. The regular ballot boxes used in Pitts
burg are with their contents tied up In the
municipal contest from the spring election. The
substitute boxes provided by the County Com ?
mlsslonera are not nearly ?o large. In a num?
ber of voting precincts these small boxes were
early filled to overflowing, and large drygooda
b.ixes were substituted. In one district in the
Eleventh Ward no substitute ballot box was
provided, and the ballots were piled up on the
tables.
McKeesport, Nov. 8. -The mills were shut
down at ."> p. m. to-day. an hour earlier than
usual, in order to give the men a chance to vote.
WASHINGTON IX 1)01 RT.
A CLOSE VOTE. WITH INDICATIONS
FAVORABLE To BRYAN.
Seattle, Wash.. Nov. 8,?While the count of the
vote proceeds slowly, indications are that Hryan
has carried this State and that James Hamilton
Lewis, of Seattle, and W. (\ Jones, of Spokane,
Congress candidates, have been elected. The
contest for th<? Governorship between John R.
Rogers, of Puyallup (Fusion), and Potter Charles
Sullivan ?Rep.) U close. Democrats, Populists
snd Free Silver Republicans fused on a basis of
two electors for Populists and two for Demo?
crats. It is estimated that the Democrats and
Populists polled each three-eighths and Free Sil?
ver Republicans two-eighths of the fusion vote.
This city B3S probably been carried by Mc?
Kinley and Sullivan, and possibly King County.
The Republicans claim that Sullivan has carried
the city of Tacoma and Poor County by 1,60(1
majority. Rryan appears to have carried Spo?
kane city and county by a good majority, and a
number of other Eastern Washlngtc n counties.
Palmer and Levering received un Insignificant
vote.
SLOW COIXTIXG IX IOWA.
THE REPUBLICAN MAJORITY LIKELY TO
BE HO.OOa
De3 Moin?s, Iowa, Nov. 3.?The heavy vote In
Iowa Is counted very alowlv. ScatterinK returns
are chiefly from rural precincts, where the Re
Kings
Evil was the name by which Scrofula was known
In olden times. It yields readily to the blood
purifying powers of the King of Medicines
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
The best?In fact the One True Blood Purifier.
Hood?? puis gyf;
publicans expected to be weakest- they Indicate
that the Republicans' rtalm of ">.'???? plurality for
McKinley will 66 bette* d. and 100.(?<0 seems likely
to be reached. Taime- will poll a very light vote,
probably not over *'?.' ?'.
Secretary Trainer of Che Republican Committee
the clos st.
Two hundred and forty-eight precincts give Mc
Kinie\ 14.102; Bryan, 29,015; net Republican
gain. 8,008.
CALIFORNIA IS SAFE.
RETURNS COMING IN SjSoWLT INDICATE
THAT THE STATE 18 REPUBLICAN.
San Francisco, Nov. 3 (Special).?Nothing defi?
nite lias been received at a late hour from the
stat". but the Republicans are encouraged by
reports Of a large vote |n all the districts. Pri?
vate dlspatche!i to ihe Republican state Cen- |
tral Commktee say thai Ban Diego, which was
counted on by the Democrats, will give a heavy
McKinley vote. 11 looiks a* though the State
would go for McKinley by a good majority.
The only returns from the Congress Aghl show
dove Johnson (Rep.) probably beaten in the
Hd District by Deviies (Fusion). If Johnson is
defeated it Will be due to his faillite tO oppose
the. Funding bill for the Southern Pacific Com?
pany.
With one-fourth Of th'' count accomplished.
these results are shown: McKinley, 8,028; Bryan,
8.048. Maguln (Dem.), for Congress in IVth
District. 5.592; O'Hrlen (Rep.), .'t. 1!C>. Vth Dis?
trict. Kelly (Ind.-Dem.), 1,899; Kinne (Fusion).
1,272; Loud (Rep.), 2.059.
One hundred and thirty-seven precincts give
McKinley, 5.082; Bryan. 5,007. Th? siime pre
eincta In 1892 pave Harrison 4,770; Cleveland,
4,825.
AI 10 o'clock reports from 400 precincta
throughout the state show that M< Klnley gets
150 majority, against a majority foi Cleveland
In IS!?'-', of 98. Sai: Joaqu?n County, which is
usually Democratic, gives 1,000 majority fos
McKinley. Th.- trend of the vote shows clearly
that .McKinley will carry California by from
K i.i Kin to 1.".. i m m i votes. All through the south?
ern counties, which were counted for Bryan, be?
cause of the free-silver agitation, the McKin?
ley vote is strong. Callfornis will nave flve
Republican ami two Democratic Congressmen.
From present returns the following will be
elected: 1st District. Rarnam, Republican; lid,
l>. \ ties, fusion; Hid. Hllborn, Republican; IVth.
Magulre. fusion; vth. Loud, Republican; vith.
McLachlan, Republican; Vllth, Rowers, Repub?
lican.
The official count in the vth Congress Dis?
trict shows that McKinleys plurality in the
district will exceed 2,500. McQulre, Democrat,
fu- Congress, bads O'Brien, Republican, in the
IVth District, in the vth District Kelly, Dem?
ocrat, leads Loud, Republican, by a few votes.
onios <;ni: \r PLTRAL1 IT.
M'KINI.KY'S STATK (JIVKS HIM 116,688 OVER
BRTAN.
[HY TKI.K~.RAPH TO THE TIU1TNK 1
Columbus, ? ?hi", Nov. .'{.?At midnight the re?
turns received from the State gave reason for
the claim that Ohio had given the McKinley
electors a plurality of not teas than 110,000.
Enough precincts In Cincinnati and Hamil?
ton County have been heard from to Indicate
clear)) that Hamilton County has given the
unprecedented Republican plurality of ;;<i.inh>
or thereabouts. Reports from one-third of the
precincts in Franklin County, of which this
city is the ??eat, show Invariable Republican
gains, and the county, normally Democratic
by 1,500, will give a Republican plurality of
between 3,009 and 4,000.
The Republican State Committee claims to
have elected Congressmen In ail the districts
except the IVth and. possibly, th" XVIIth. Th.
XXlst District, in the city of Cleveland, is
close, Cuyahoga County being the only county
In the State that has not glvn Republican
gains.
OREGON.
claimed for itkinlet bt a smat.t. pr.c
i:\i.itv.
Chlcapo. Nov. ."..-'TheTribun.-" (Rep.) claims
Oregon for McKlnlej by a small plurality.
Portland, Ore.. Nov. .'!?Democratic and Popu
ll?t leaders claim the siate for Bryan by 4,500.
Portland City and County give McKinley about
8,000 plurality.
Th- lirst seven precincts reported outside of
Portland give McKinley ????"?; Bryan, ?''??"*;.
Palmer, 7. At this ratio McKinley v. in earn
the State by S.iMHi plurality.
Eleven precincts out of eighty-one In Portland
give McKinley 1,52:'.. Bryan 8B2.
Astoria. Ore., Nov. .'!. Complete returns from
all the precincts in this city give M?KInli v a
majority of 194, ami the Indications are that
th- Republican majority In the county will be
not less than MOO
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M KINI.KVS PLURALITY IN OREGON.
Portland, Ore., Nov. :; (Special)-?Oregon soei for
McKinley by 3,000 at leset, snd it w:;i probably be
double that figure. H \\ si'ott.
Editor "Portland <in gonlan "
MICHIGAN BY MORE THAN \0ft00.
A ?TOLL CONGRESS DELEGATION ALSO
CLAIMED HY 'IHK REPUBLICANA
Detroit. Nov. 8 (Special).?Chairman Ferry of
the Republican State Central Committee claims
Michigan by upward of -Ih.immi for McKinley
i and the election of ail twelve Republican Con?
gressmen. The D?mocratie Committee head
i Quarters are cloned b>nlgbt, and members con?
cede defeat. Pingree (arries Detroit by 9,000 fop
i Governor.
Detroit went for McKinley by 5,000. The city
' of Port Huron shows a Republican gain of 550;
I Chlppewn County, a Republican gain of ii|?),
] Manistee, a Republican gain of 1*200, and the
! city of Ludlngtor., 218. The Wayne County Re?
publican Committee claims the county by 10
000. This Is a gain of over 11.000. .
AM NBA 8.
Topaba, Kan., Nov. .1.? There being eipht long
tickets on the Australian ballot, the count in
Kansas is slow. Returns from scattering pre?
cincts in twenty counties show Republican
gaitjs. Chairman Simpson, of the Republican
State Committee, says that McKinley has car?
ried the State by 10,000; that the State ticket
is elected, and that the Republicans have
elected at least five of the e|?<ht Con?ressmen
and a majority of the branches of th" Legislat?
ure, insuring the election of a United States
Senator to succeed Mr. Peffer. It Is doubtful if
the returns will be complete before morning.
The indications are that the heaviest vote ever
cast In the city was polled to-day. At the close
of the polls both parties were claiming the State.
The betting was In favor of the Rryan electors
being ehoasn, and the Republican State ticket
elected. Klngman County probably went for
Rryan by 250 majority.
KENTl CKY FOR 80?ND MONEY.
M'KINI.KY'S PU'RAl.ITY 8M8MHIALL VOTE
l'on PALMER AND BUCKNER.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. .'1 (Special).?Chairman
Roberts of the state Republican Executive Com?
mittee claims thst Kentucky has gone for Mc?
Kinley by 25.16 M plurality.
Owing to the fact that so many of the Kentucky
counties are distant from telegraph stations, It
is slow work getting In the returns. In all
precincts heard from up to 11:30 o'clock to-night,
heavy Republican gains are shown. Instead of
Palmer and Buckner polling a big vote in Ken?
tucky, as was expected, the official returns will
likely show thst their vote in this State will be
lighter than In any State west of the Alleghany
Mountaine. The Sound Money Democrats have
voted solidly for McKinley as a rebuke to the
silver men for insulting Carlisle at Covlngton,
and Palm, r and Buckner in Missouri.
The majorities are, of course, only guesswork
at this hour, but the beat poated men in the
Depreciated S
??* Dollars it
are not in demand. I?
The true tktOTJ is jut the rtVtru:
Ciirjfr'i Production. Itedmct Computa?
tion*. S'.;rr Time. Sad five more DOW?
to tho honest dollar. Ninety of them
yearly will ?Ire von New Voit; City
T?l?phone service, whs h brings people
doser together, redact - friction ?nd
waste in business affairs and saves time
to all v bo nae it.
16,000 tlllphonr STATIONS
IN NEW YORK CITV.
Minimum Kate. Wired
bun,, olocalm< asases VU a vear
Party I.'ne 8i? a yrar lass.
?J NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY i
<*) iHCortlandt St. 115 W. .IHth St. K,
Slate say that McKinley will win In Kentucky
by at least 20,000, ami possibly 25,000.
it looks as if enough of the vacancies in the
Legislature to be mied at this election will be
occupied by Republicana to elect a Republican
Senator to succeed Blackburn at the extra ses?
sion this winter. The Republican? have elected,
it is estimated, the following Congressmen: UM
District, Hunter; IVth, Lewis; Vth. Evans;
Vlth, Ernst; Vllth, Davids,...; IXih. Pugh;
Xlth, Colson. The im and Xth districts are
doubtful. The ist District was carried by
Wheeler, Popocrat. The Vllth District is close
between Colonel Brecklnrldge, Sound Mone)
Democrat, ami Settle, Popocrat.
Indications are thai Chief .lusiii
Pryor, Democrat, is defeated for re-e
O, Bowman, Republican, in the Vth
District.
e W. S.
ectlon by
Appellate
XORTH CAROLINA.
THE PRESIDENTIAL RESULT IS UNCER?
TAIN, BUT A REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR
is ELECTED.
Raleigh, N. c, Nov. :i (Special). Return? nre
meaRrc from the State, but they ahow that dem?
ocrats and Populists have voted nearly ?olldly
for Bryan, and it looks ;is though he had carried
the state by ? small majority. Dem?crata ad?
mit the "icctiop of Russell (Rep.), as Governor,
but Bryan runs ahead of Watson, RttSSCir? op.
pone.it. at ?'Very polllug-place. The Democrat'?
have probably lost ever] Congre sa District. The
Legislature will be hugely Popullet and Repub?
lican, and Prltchard (Rep.) will succeed himself
In the Senate.
Reporta timed D p m. Indicate a Democratic
plurality of from :ti"i to Sim r.,r the stat.- and
National ticket The Ud. Hid, IVth and Vllth
Congress district? are Republican bj good ma?
jorities. Reporta from the other dlotrlcta are
rot aufficlenl to make a comparison up t" this
hour In !>. m.
Raleigh, x. c. Nov. 4?At midnight Josephs?
Daniels, Democratic National Commltteeman,
says:
"Bryan has curried North Carolina Every?
thing else Ik In doubt, but il looks as if the fusion
ists (Republicansand Populists) have won Re?
porta Indicate thai the Demo? rata may elect two
Congressmen, bul it I? doubtful."
Mr. Ayr. the Populist chairman, says- "Bryan
is safe in North Carolina The fusion ticket has
swept thS State."
Raleigh. N. C No?. 4 (Special) Return? from
seventeen counties mahe ? Republican gain over
the vote of ivtj ,,f 11 .".in.. The State is -;if.- f,,r
McKinley by 1..,inni A. K HOLTON,
Chairman Republican State Committee,
? ?
7/:\ v/.-.s>/;.:.
CLAIMED FOR BRYAN MY ' ?? TAYIX?R
ELECTED GOVERN? ?It. ?
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. '?'>. Bryan will carry
Tennessee by about 3Ti.00O. Taylor (Dem ?. f..r
Governor, will i.i" t? d by 30.000.
Democratic nain- have i..1 mad. In many
,..unties. Oatmack, allver Democrat In tin- Xth
(Mempll?l Dlatrlct, rlslai* victory over Patter?
son by ."..<IK?, but at Ibis Hour ?11 p. in.? tie \ ai ?
running clone'together. Judge Moon fDem ?. In
the Illd Congress (Chattanoosa) District,
at tins hour to have ,i aafe majority.
?
MINNESOTA IV THE UNE.
A PLURALITY
ATED Knit
OF M.8M 1NI > I '
M'KINLEY.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. .'! Four hundred of the
1,717 precinct.-, of Minnesota have reported, and
Indicate that the state has gone overwhelm
Ingly for McKinl-y. St. Paul has given him a
majority of at bast ?"..?mmi. and Minneapolis has
?(t least do.i" a-? well. T?o- State has ap?
parently given the Buckeye statesman about
no,000 plurality, Every count} so far report
Ins gives h bip McKinley majority, The
only man on th.- Democratic state ticket who
has a rham.f election is Lind, for ?hoir th
Scandinavians have voted extensively, Und,
however, teem? I" be bulled under the McKin?
ley avalanche.
it is a ?lean Republican sweep on Congrea?
...en exc.pt In the Vllth District, Th- ist
District goes for Tawney by B.000, the lid for
McCleary by T.imhj, the Hid for Heatwok by
2,000, the ivth for Bteven? by 10,000, the Vth
for Fletcher by <;.ooo. the Vlth for Morris by
\ :;,ihki. The Vllth district la in doubt, but has
I probably gone for Eddy. Republican, by a few
| hundred The Legislature is Republican by
tWO-thlrda CU Join? ballot.
WYOMING.
THE DEMOCRATS CLAIM THE STATE FOR
BRYAN Bt W88.
Cheyenne. Wyo, NOV. ?'? Returns from two
wards In this city show Democratic gates of 'J.',
I er cent. The chairman of the Democratic com?
mittee claims the State for Bryan by 2,500.
SOUTH DAKOTA.
THE REPUBLICAN MAJORITY ?AM TO U.888
TWO CONGRESSMEN AM? A SEN?
ATOR WON.
Huron. S. D., NOV. "South Dakota to-day
threw Its vote for Major McKinley by at least
5,000, and later figures may Increase his ma?
jority to 12,000. BUI four (outilles of th" Slate
S'tins to have none for the fusion ticket. |t,,th
Bepubllcan Congressmen are elect,.,!. The Legts
lature is overwhelmingly Republican, Insuring a
noid man as luccesa ir to Senator Kyle,
FLORIDA.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. ,'t (Snectal).?Raport?
from the State are slow In coming in. and will
not be official and full fur several days. The
probabilities ate that Bryan'? plurality |s about
r>,ooo.
S. M. Hparkman (Dem.), of Tampa, Is elected
In the 1st District, and It. W. Davis, of PaJatka
In the lid. the latter by about 2,000 pluralit?
Roth are silver Democrats. The vote ?n the ?lul?
ls light. *****
DEMOCRATS WIN IN LOUISIANA.
New-Orleans. Nov. .'! (Special?.?The regular
Republicans distinguished themselves to-,lav bv
knlflntc the Republican candidates t>> show their
displeasure at the assumption of authority bv the
white Republicans. The city Is carried for I?,?,
morracy by H.Otio or 10,000, dsspttg the fact that
many Democrats voted for Republican Congress?
men. The Democratic victory appeared so cer?
tain here that orders were s.-nt to zealous pa_
triots to keep the majorities down In the pariah?,
as i.Ik figures would only give groundsfor rn?
test. ?-on
^Th^Dernocra^lc majority In the state i? about
?Taraa ?after theatre ?ayja* vimt th* ,r?n?T;T"
iv5 ""'/;'""' T> *'"' ??tgaMcea? u,t ?tanta..?'""
?UU and Madiavn Awnu?. ??annatina.
M KIN LEY HEARS THE SEWS.
?CENES AT HIS HOME WHEN HIS RLECTIOH
WAS ASSURED.
fBT TEI.KORAPH TO THF TRIHI NE]
Canton. Ohio, Nov. X- While a howling crowd
filled the puidl ? square at Canton to-night, ex?
pressing ecstacies of joy with blank cartridges.
irooden tatties, horns and other notse-glvlng de?
vices, an equally joyous but less demonstrative
parte of friends and newspaper writers tilled the
McKinley house and listened with eagerness to
the hundreds of bulletins and private telegrams
that came pouring In. Major McKinley himself
sat in the dining-room. Hard by him wera Judge
Day and Judge Baldwin, his longtime friends
His brother Abner vibrated between the dining
room and the drn wing-room, where were Mrs
William McKinley. Major McKlnley's mother; Mrs.
n.i.-n McKinley, Miss Mabel McKinley, Mrs.
Dureau. the Major's sister; Mrs. Themas Saxtoti,
Mrs II. o. S. Harstead, Mrs. .1. P. Smith, of IT
bana; Mrs. Q. a Koibe, of Columbus; Mrs. .lames
limle. Mrs. Ceorge H. Frease, Mrs. Clsrage, of
KalsnsaSOO; Mrs. William It. Day. Mrs. Joseph
Beaton. Miss Emma HasJetl and Miss Bvs Phillips.
Major McKlnhy Joined In the conversation after
reading the dispatches himself, sometimes disap?
pearing to rend them to his wife. A slight flush
upon Ids face betrayed his deep /celing.
Tie company In the study, composed as It was for
tin most part of working te srspapef men, listened lo
the news In silence. In the dining-room, si soon as
the dlapstchea began to ihOW the general trend, more
of busaan nature was exhibited. These grave and
reverend regulars, Judges Raldwla and Day. even
u.nt so far a< t o give 8 popular campaign u >ng al a
duet. !.. c. Bvars, i Boston comrade, wired "Ood be
praised! Resd Joshua I, 9." This verse was referred
: .. it concludes a? follows: "The Lord thy Ood la
with tine wheresoever thiMi goest." Instantly Major
McKinby remarked: "Tes, thai was the verse printed
on a flag sent to Ltnooln."
Oenerous clasping of bande followed the reading
of th.- telearars of congratulations from Oarret A.
Hobart.
,\t midnigh: the bells Bounded the assembly. Three
bandi hastened lo the publie tonare, snd ?n ten min?
utes then- wer. assembled thousands of Jubilant
people, who united in singing "Prates Ood, from
Whom All Blesstjurj Flow." Mrs. McKinley, who
had hern confined to h.r bed for a week, aal up to?
night for the first time.
Chairman Hanna wired the following from Clere?
lanJ:
T.ie feeling here beggsM description. The boye at
I'mon Club send love .ml hearty congratulations. I
win not attempt bulletin*. Von are elected to the
highest nflice of the land by a p? dpa wrho a i\e always
?0V4 d and trusted you.
HIS HORSE TOOK FRIGHT.
ENTHV8IA8M IN CANTON NEARLY RE?
SULTS IN AN ACCIDENT TO
MAJOR M'KINLET.
Canton. Ohio, Nov. ? (Special). -A local evening
paper taya sn scddenl occurred shortly after 1
o'clock to-d.i% that but for the prompt action of
poll ? in- r> might have r? RUlted seriously for Major
McKinley. Mark Manna and two other gentlemen
thai occupied the same carriage. Mr Hanns ar?
rived in the city on the Valle) train si i o'clock,
H. w sa mel at the station by Mr. McKinley and
tare other gentlemen, who drovi down in the Ma?
jor's two-seated surrey. The part) sa? driving up
Wet>t Tuscarawas-sC, nnd was pa Ring n Rower
atore, when a crowd of young Bien emerged from
the ?ton
Th>y lined up along the curbstone ami began to
clap their handl and ?bout. The bOTSS attach.,I to
the vehicle look fright and suddenly wheeled
about, nearly upsetting the carriage. He fell, and
ri Willi* and Hsmbach, who wer.- near by,
,'i forward and held him Msjor McKinley
I ri'l the oMil !
, I p OUI w '
pant? of th.
lie . ?II
carriage
ame to t:i
w.re about
M'KINLE\ A88URED OP HIS ELECTION.
AT MIDXIOIIT Hi: ADMITTEt) THAT THE XEW8
WAS DECISIVE, \\i> ACCEPTED
i -i.n.;i:\'I i I.A? i"Ns
Nov. I A' midnight, snd nol t
ond before, Major McKinley sdmltted publicly
ired of his eli ctlon. II- made no
incemenl of the fsct that he believed b* had
been chosen bj the A mil ran p< ?; '?? to the hlghMl
office all Ihelr sift, bul he allow,,l his friends
toi -k'lii date him when thej pressed shout him.
Thai offered him coni ? iri> in the
: ? bul he gentl] , il le thi pl<
Word- and li could not a, p< pi , on
Krai ill ?lioni ui til Ih* n< ?'? ? -? ? m< d ilei |a|v?
M a M Km !? ?. muili no declara lion of an)
he m- : ? : i ? reived ihu > oi.gr ?tul ?lions and thanked
hi? rlcnd? ioi their good wtehes. II- did nol dla
? lis? th.- \ li lory or it : ntfli anee
When the duos of Csntoi marched up to Major
MrK bou ? i ? ?'cp:-.i oui on the veranda
and re? li m ? d the paradi Thi i hi ? rli a wa? d< af< n
McKinley the choice
up nil '.V'MKN Or" Tin: L'XITEO STATES.
Itr.TiTiNs SOT am. i\ vr.r.
PSOH1BITIO? p.t NMN'i BTBOXa WITH Tin:
l.AMKS.
The ladies' vote has attracted national at?
lentlon this campaign It has called forth
the rota of man) ladies v. ho perhaps would
never care to go to the polls to ast a vote.
Th" vote vim polled b) postal ?aids and let
t.-i s aenl to the Postum Cereal F.i Coffee
Co. of Battle Creek, Mich , ? hose office fort a
have faithfully compiled and reported from
time to time the progress of the vote. The
deepest Interest Is shown by the letters and
postals, great numbers of which expresa
gratitude for this act which la eurel) ,? itep
toward the realization of some prai Heal plan
under which one-half "four cttlsens (female
though 'hey may be), who are now denied
the elective franchise, can bave the right tu
saj how and by whom their laws shall be
made, their country governed and their sons
and da.iglit. is protected.
An extract from a letter from s lady in
Rennehunk, Maim-, expresses "thanks for an
opportunity to vote; when woman has the
opportunity and an Incentive to engage her
mind In affairs which pertain to the welfare
and prosperity of her people ,?n,i country,
the beings she brings into existence win be
improved, elevated, and endowed with the
lire of true statesmanship, by the mind of
the mother during the prenatal state. Have
your statesmen born with a great, (bar snd
patriotic mind, Sir."
That keynote that will ring on eternally
until the theory beconiee a fact It is time
that the keen, clean mind of woman was
nought in affaira of state.
WOMEN'S VOTE TO DATE.
Connecticut .,
Illinois .
Indiana .
Iowa .
Kansas .
Massachusel ts
Michigan ....
Minnesota
Missouri
Nebraska
New York
Ohio .
Penns) Ivanla .
Wisconsin .
Scattering from
other States.
Total
06711180 29130.,
No report Will be shown November 7th
Th?- complete vote will be given Nov ilth
by Which time it is expected that all votes
Will be In.
It Is true that this national vote i,v the
ladbs brings Into prominence the nianiifa,',
urets whose office Is lined to compile ?n,?
report It. The Postum Co., however hav!
already a wide reputation as the orintaatnr?
of a unique ?rtld* of pabilo need. In the w
of their cereal or grain coffee which la used .;?
man) brainy people *ho cannot diKe?t com
mon coffee. Newspaper men, authors actor?
business men, professors, nervous 'w?m??
end even the children find In PoStUm food
coffee a delicious I reakfast hccraire th?, ?.
made so larpcly fron, the glu.m and ,,?08?
phates of w heat that ? direct result In ?.??
votjM energy s found m its use. a.s the t]>,,<]
elements a-, directly t., rebuild the ?m ?rna?
matter In the nerve centre*. These fart? ?pi
facts and this justly famed AwerieSfnco2
net ha? made a profound Impression on So?
ple of all claBsea. p'?
ThiB explanation Is given for those who
may not be familiar with the eomp??,
bavin* the woman's vote In charaa.
Bright's Disease,
Gout, Rheumatism, Etc.
Buffalo
Lithia Water
A Writable Antidote to Albuminuria of Bright's Disease, Especialty
When of Gouty or Rheumatic Origin, and the Only Natural A rent
Possessing this Quality.
Agent
The Best Table Water?Value in Typhoid Fever.
DR. ROBERTS BARTHOLOW, M. A., LL. D.,
Professor of Materia Medica and General Therapeutics in the Jefferson Medical
College of Philadelphia, etc.:
??The BUFFALO LITHIA WATER is the best table water known to me;
and I have some experience of them all,"
Dr. til lili? I,. I.OOMI*. Profesor nf Pathology
and Practical Medicina in .he Metffeal Departaaaal ef f'ni.
\<iiitv ..f Ne* ?ork, arr?te: "Toi the past four rears
I haw u ???!
BUFFALO LITHIA WATER
In ,h? treatmeat of Chronic llrluhl'x l>|p?en??? of
tit?1 Klilne.i ?, occurring In ??outy find It lien iiimI l<
subjects, nHU nuirUed lii-uclll."
lir. WM. II. mil HMOSO, rmfuaanr M M?'iicai
Jarlaprttitea ???. Btakopa Ualveratty, Montreal, ?"annaa:
"tn th.. Atesta fin.i Chronic Nephritis (BrlSfet'a \i\rw*
nf the Kidney?) ,f Oouty an.l Rheumatic origin, a* wll
ns in th" (rarer Air.i.minuria, of Pregnancy, I nave f?ur.d
BomwumhWum
a \erlln lile mi IIdole, m m I knoiv nf no other
in, tn rnl ii (fru? po<<acN*liiir till* Important
(i mi I II \."
Oil. OTatvl IMM, Health OaVei of New York
Clt) ;
"l lili i !? |irrM<-rll>r<l
Bufbuo lithia Water
?tIMi arent benefit In HrlKlit'n Illseimr of the
K ldiir> m. '
r.KORf?K IHIXTFP HOVI.WD. Tan.. France.
?a?\?L.D" ?te., faresirljr Profesar m The Baltimore
Medical (.illt?, and formerly RMlttett Phv??,-|iin at The
tSlfumy V"rk ***** JjUrMl f,r ?West
" \llMinilniirlH. The*e cunen count t.y hundreds.
ftere la no remedy ao absolutely ?pecilV In .til firm? of
albuminuria and Bricht'S dla^aie, whether a.-ut? ?r
chronic, m
Buffalo Lithia Water
Spring No. 2, ari-nmranl*>1 t.y a milk filet. In alt raaea
nf pregnancy ?le re nlhumen la found In the urlre a? lite
as (ha leet w-ek tiefore <? ntlnenicnt. If th:a water and
milk dirt arc pfwsrrlb -I. th.. albumen dlxppear? rapMly
fmm the ariae aad the patient his a positive guarantee
UK'ilrut t,ii. rp.-r-il GMt/SlaMMta."
DR. tiFlAKMK M. HAMMOM?. of KCW York, Pro
fe.?,.r r,r Diseases "f 'he llind aad Nervou* ?retean in th?
Ne? York Poei Oradeata ateeaeal Sfhoei and BeaettaJ:
?In ?il ai? ? of Hrlitht's Dlaense of the Kid
s?)i I h:>\? f'und
BUFFALO LITHIA WffER
at tin? a;r?M?l?->?t m?r?i?-e In In ?ere? ?In a th?
quantity of urine und In ellnilnatlns the al
iaaaeav*
DR. JOHN W. WILLIAMSON, Boydton, la
Buffalo lithia ia?ter
,,,, ls .n most imnortant indications tn the treat?
ment of Typhoid Fever. Of prime Importance, It
afford? .i marantee of a perfectly pure water. It aids diK'-stion. and especially prevents and
..Hays na-isea and thus preserves the Integrity of the stomach. It insure? healthful action of
the kidneys, an.l prevents distension of the hlad?>r. It In h a*'"-?!* excitant of the nervosa
system and ?t permanent nerve tonic, and Is especially valuable in such eases where quinine
and other tonic remedies are not well borne by the stomach.
Warer f-r .?il- t.y ?rorn-t? an.l aroeerS, Pamphlet or. application.
PROPRIETOR, BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS, VA.
BRECKINRIDGE ATTACKED.
UK IS FORCED TO DRAW MIS PISTOL ON A
CROWD OF LEXINGTON SILVERITES.
Lexington. Ky.. Nov. .'{ (Special).?Excited 611
verltea tried to assault Colonel w. c. P, Breektn
rtdge here this afternoon when he went to a poll?
ing (dace In a buggy, in company With the chair?
man of the Sound Money D?mocratie Committee
to see how the VOte was being polled. Silverites
made fun <>f Brecklnridge, and called him names,
but he paid no attention to their cries, and tried
to persuade th" policeman at the polls to prevent
the crowd fr',n. gathering ??round the door of the
voting booth and keeping" voters away The po
ln "man became angry, and spoke sharply at
Brei kinridge, saying that he would have voted
for the Colonel had not his name been under the
log i abln, which is the Republican device on the
Official ballots.
At this Juncture I'at" T. Farnsw .th. editor
of the Lexington silver newspaper, ran across
the street, ami addressing Colonel BreclUnridge,
said: Yes, and I would have voted for you,
Cloiicl, if von had not allowed your name to go
under the log cabin." Brecklnridge replied
that Farnsworth had promised to support him,
but hai turned agalnsi him and faight him
bitterly through hla paver. Farnaworth denied
thts statement, and Brecklnridge called him a
liar, when he tried to strike the Colonel, but
was prevented. The other silverites rushed
toward the Colonel, and le jumped to his feet
and drew a revolver, which hail the effect of
frightening the crowd gway. Kurnswnrth's
friends took him off, and there was no further
trouble. lire, kinridge has had several silver?
ites. who violated tin- election lawa to-day, ar
BRYA\ GETS THE XKW8 AT HOME.
TREES SPECIAL TELEORAPH WIRES BUM INTu
His UNCOLN HOL'SE.
Lincoln, Nl b . Nov. I Mr. Mrynn received the
returns at his home this evening. Me had slept
well the most of the aft.rt eon, and felt much re?
ft, -lud when th.- newa began coming In. Two
Postal Telegraph wires had been run into Mr.
Brysn'a resldei., one connecting with Demo?
cratic Nan till Headquarters in Chlegao, and the
other for regular bulletins Both Instruments, an
operator 61 each, were placed In the library, while
In the adjoining dining-room a Western Union
operator received the bulletins furnished by that
company.
It had been understood among the friends of the
Democratic candidats that he was to he ;,'ft alone
.m ??;.???t;,i nnlght, snd, sa a consequence, non,, of the
local supporters or neighbors of Mr. Bryan gathered
at the little D-et. residence. After supper Mr.
Bryan pul "ii a velvet house jack, t and went upstairs
to the priVStS OfllOS he has established since his
nomination Mrs luyan remained with him there
during the evening, husband and wife receiving the
bulletins fresh from the wire and reading and com
piring them together, Mr Schwind, the candidate's
secretary, and a dozen newspaper men occupied I ??
library. Tue wire connecting with Democratic head
Quarters ass Mb' most of the time. A few dispatches
for Mr Brysn ame from Chairman Jones early in
the evening. Their purport was not made known by
Mr. Bryan, bul he said that if anything important
was received from the Arkansas Senator he would
give It to th. press.
JONE? WON'T GIVE IP YET.
AT MIDNIGHT hi: was ci.aimini; TES ELECTION
OP BRTAN.
Chicago, Nov. S. Chairman Jones shortly before
midnight gave ?ut th.' following: "We have received
no unfavorable reports from any State claimed, ex?
cept Kentucky. We can afford to lose Kentucky, and
still have enough electoral votes to win.
"There Is no foundation for the claims of the Re?
publicana There Is at this time no reason to think
that any one of the States claimed by me for Mr.
Mi van has failed to vote for him. While misleading
reporte are being sent in all directions, private ad?
vices assure us that each one of these States have
Kon- for Mr. Hryan. For two hours the most ex?
travagant claims as to Kentucky and Indiana have
been telearsphed all over the country, while within
the last few minutes our committees ?usure us that
Inch States nre safe for us. Mr. Hryan Is certainly
elected."
-+
CLAIMS OF COMMITTBBMBN.
THKY tHBCLsJMtl THAT MKINI.KV HAS 310 SUKV
TORAL VOTRU,
The members of the Republican National Com?
mittee here claim that Major McKinley haa car?
ried the following States:
California. Connecticut, Delaware. Illinois. In
dlena, Iowa, Kansas. Kentucky. Maine. Mary?
land, Massachusetts. Michigan. Minnesota. Ne?
braska, New-Jersey, New-York. North Dakota.
Ohio, Oregon. Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Squth
Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia.
Wisconsin and Wyoming;.
This gives McKinley 810 electoral votes
The committee also says that Mr. McKinley
has Probably carried North Carolina. Virginia
ard Washington. ?wisbsbj
ELECTION RIOTS, WITH FATAL REsl'LTS.
Laurel. Del., Nov. 3 (Special).-This was the bit?
terest election In the history of the county. One
man was killed In a riot, which prevented an election
In Dagaeore Hundred.
St. Louis. Nov. a?la an election n*ht at Tenth-st
and Cass-ave John Kerley. aged thirty years living;
at No. 1,1.? North Nlnth-st., was shot and fatally
wounded by John Kasan, a Republican politician, at
2 o clock this afternoon. After the shooting Kasan
attempted to escape, but was pursued and nearly
lynched before the police rescued htm. y
Tampa. Fla., Nov. ?.-This evening; s Bryan negro
was being crowded by McKlnfey negroes, when
"Jeke". Crala.. another Bryan negro, went to bin
jHount Nmm
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relief. Another ncaro drew a knife and Cralg his
pistol, nnd a thousand men rushed in, and for two
minutes a riot whs Imminent. Otilclals quelled the
disturbance. A nearo struck at Deputy Sheriff
Spencer, hut a policeman Interfered. The crowd
moved further north on Court House Square, when
Frank Hende-son. a negro, ca'led \V. K. Plllon a
liar and lie knocked him In the head with a heavy
Lottie. There Is much excitement, and trouble la
feared.
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