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THE LVTH CONGRESS.
REPUBLICANS WILL CONTROL BOTH
BRANCHES OF THE NATIONAL
LEGISLATURE.
aV WORKING MAJORITY IN THE SENATE ASSURED
?THE HOV8E REPl'BUCAN BY FROM TWO
THIRI>8 TO THREE-FOURTHS ? SOUU
REPUBLICAN DEIJWATION8 FROM
A Sl'MRKR OF STATES.
Yesterday's Republican victory is made com?
plete by the capture of both houses of Congress.
The Democratic-Populist-Silver combination,
which for many sessions ha? controlled the Sen?
ate, will be forced to release its grip on that
body after March 4 next, while in the House of
Representatives the two-thirds Republican ma?
jority secured in 1^04 will be retained if not
materially Increased. Thirty-one new members
are to enter the Senate next March. Yester?
day's elections seem to guarantee the choice of
enough RepuMicans to lacrease the party
strength to IS, There will probably be .">? Silver
Democrats, Z> Porullsts and 4 Sound Money
Democrats
The complexion of the Legislatures in Cali?
fornia. Delaware, Kansas. Missouri, North
Carolina an.l Washington is still doubtful. It
Is more than likely that in five of the*e six
States the Legislature will be Republican. In
that event the Republican strength in the Sen?
ate will be Increased to forty-seven, giving a clear
majority of four in the deliberative branch over
Silver Democrats. Populists and Sound Money
Democrats combined.
The House of Representatives, at the hour of
going to press, promises to contain at least ',';'-?'>
Republican members?more than a two-thlrdi,
majority. In nearly every case sound-monev
Republicans who stood for re-election have beer. I
returned by Increased majorities. Illinois. Iowa.
New-Jersey, Connecticut, Michigan, Minnesota,
Rhode Island. Washington. West Virginia and
Wisconsin send solid delegations. Pennsylvania
has only two Democratic Representatives amoni;
its delegation of thirty. In New-York twenty-nine
Republican Representatives have been elected
and five Democrats.
THE SENATE OF 1S07-90.
ALABAMA.
J. T. Morgan CO.).1901-(T>>..~?H8J
ARKANSAS.
J. H. Berry CD.).1901-<D.).1003
CALIFORNIA,
a M. White. CD.).l*f*-<TM.1903
CV?I>ORADO.
Bt o. woieott m.>....isn:-to.).i9on
CONNECTICUT.
J. R. Hawley faV>.... 1888-(R>.W8I
TEIGWARE.
Georg* Gray (S. M. Dl.lSSS-.10??
FLOR1PA.
P. Paaco fft.).1888-<T> >.l*fl
GEORGIA.
A. O. Baron CO.).1001-0M.1903
i:>aho.
G. U Rhoup (R.).18811--<T.).190.1
ILLINOIS.
R. M. Cnllom (R>.ISS1-(TO.1?W1
INDIANA.
?avia Turrle CD.).l???*r. -.? <R>.ISM
IOWA.
J. H. Gear fJL).1801 W B. Allieon (R.).l?8?
KANSAS
lAKlen Raker (R).19"1-.18*8
aTCNTOCKT.
W. Lln<Wy (S. M T>.).1!?"><-.1903
LOUISIANA.
D. CaiTery (S. M. D.) .19iM W D. McEneroy CD)...l?ri
MAINE.
Eugene Ha!? ?R.) . ...1888 W. P. Foe <R ).1901
MARTLAND.
A. P. Gorman iD.).1888 G. U Wellington (R.)...1903
MAFSA<"HrSETTa
H. C. Lodee (R.).1K?< (i F. Hoar IR.).1901
MICHIGAN.
J. C. Burrow? (P..) -\H>? .lam?? McMillan fR.)....l?01
MINNESOTA.
C. K. I>av!s (R.>.ls?w Knut* Nelson tR.).. _. .1901
MlSSISSIpej.
E. C, Walthall (O.) ..lVeOi ll. ;i. Money (t>.).1903
MISSOURI.
F. M. Cofkrelt fD>_ixsm - _.190?
MONTANA
Le? Mantle (D.).1888 T H. Carter (R.>_1901
NKHKABKA.
W. V. Allen (P.).ISM J M. Thurston (R.)_1901
NEVA [A.
W. M. Stewart (P.l-1*M(-(P.).1(408
NEW-HAMPSHIRE.
W. E. Chandler (R.,>.. .Ittoi-<JL).inns
NEW JERSEY.
Janet Smith (S. M. D.i.is??. VT. J. Sewell (R.).1901
NEW-YORK.
E. Murphy. Jr. (D.)_189?-fR.) .1908
NORTH CAROLINA.
M. Butler (T.).lf?>l-.1903
NORTH DAKOTA.
W. N Roach (D.).ISO?-(R.) .1903
OHIO
John Sherman (R.)-1st? J. R. Koraker (R.t.1903
ORKGON.
O. W. MeBride (R.>....19m-(R.) .1903
PENNSYLVANIA.
M. B. Quay (R.).1*99-(R.) .lftTC?
RHODE IRLAND.
N. W. Aldrteh (R.)-119910. P. Wetmore (R.).1801
SOUTH CAROLINA.
B. R. Tinman CD.)?1,901;-(t>.).1?03
SOUTH DAKOTA.
R. F. PettljTew <L>.>. .l.or>l-,R).j Wi
TENNESSEE.
W. R Bate CD.).l.S!?9 I. C. Harris CO.).1.901
TF.XA?.
R. Q. Mill? CD).1.H99 Horac? Chllton <D). ,.. .1,901
UTAH.
T. 3. Cannon CO.).MM ?-(D.) .1.?0J
VIRGINIA.
J. W. Daniel (D.).MM T. S. Martin CD.)_1,001
VERMONT.
R. Proctor fJL).MM J. R. -Jorrlll iR.).1,903
WASHINGTON.
J. L. TVIlson fR.).1.W9-.?..1,908
WEST VIRGINIA.
C J. Faulkner CD.).. .1.890 B. B. Elklna (R.)_1.901
WISCONSIN.
J. L. Mitchell (D.)_MM-(R.).1,903
WYOMING.
C. D. ?lark (R.).l.x&ij K. F.. Warren (R.t.1,901
Repuhllcan? . 43
l?enr>crata . K3
Ri\in<1 Money Democrat? . 4
Populists . 5
Doubtful seats . S
West 14*St
^JsT?V *" raaot mahk "*mI/V
<9 "reliable: ^
CARPETS
UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS.
During the recent fire in our re?
serve btock store-rooms, most of the
fjords were damaged principally by
?moke and water.
We are now offering our "smoke
perfumed'' carpets and rugs, which a
thorough airing will render as good as
before, at about half their original
value.
The rugs are exceptional bargains,
as a little water has not injured their
rich coloring.
One bal*? Oriental Rugs, .averaging
3 tt. C lu. x 4 ft. 10 in.$5.75
One bale Oriental Rugs, averaging
4 ft. 6 in. x 6 ft. 6 in. 9.75
"Long Credit" for all who wish it.
CASH or CREDIT ^^
(?WPERTHWAIT ?f?
K*. 106 and 108 West 14* Si
NEAR 6?AV.
A?*!? Sttes: Ftobus&Avne^RitonSL
BROWN'S
BRONCHIAL
TROCHES
In cases of Hoarseness,
Cough? and Sore Throat, oc?
casioned by cold, a Troche
dissolved irradually In th?
mouth, repeating If necea
?ary, will Invariably five re?
lief. For Bronchitis. Atthma.
etc., of Ion? ?landing, they
are beneficial. Sold only In
boxe?.
FEPRESENTATIVES PROBABLY ELECTED.
ALABAMA.
1 George W. Tavlor (DA 0. aJ. U. Bankhead (D).
2. ?J. F. Stalling* (I).?. 7. W. I. Bullock IPA
a. H. D. Clayton <!>.>. 8 aJoseph Wheeler ID.>.
4. T. S. Plowman ip.l. 0. nO. W. Underwood (D.).
a wiiiig Brswer CO.).
ARKANSAS.
1. al'.D.MeCiilli.iigh. Jr.(D.). 4. a\V. L Terry (D.).
2. a.lohn S. Little ID.). 6. aH. A. Dlnsmore ID.).
3. ST. C. Mvllae CD.). 6. S. Brunbrldge ID.).
CALIFORNIA.
1 :i.l. A. Barb*? (K.I. f?. .iK. F. Iy>ud <RA
2. M. De Vrles (I).). 6. aJ. MrLachlan (RA
a aA o. HUlbors <n.>. 7. a\\\ \v. Beweis iR.?.
4. aJames O. Magulre (DA
COLORADO.
1. aJ. P. Shafrulh (IA 2. ajehn C. Bell (P.).
CONNECTICUT.
1. al.". S. Herirv Uli. 3. aC. A. Russell (R.).
S a.V. D. Kperry (RA 4. alC. J. Hill (RA
DELAWARE.
aJ. s. WBSa (Hi.
FLORIDA.
1- SB, M. Spirkrnan ?D.I. ::. R. \V. Davis (DA
oeoboia.
1. bR. E. l^Kt.r il>.). 7. sJ, W, Maddux ID.).
2. .1. St. QrisVi (D.I. S. W. M. Miiwar.l (DA
a. r B. I.'wis ID.). I), at". C T?te m.'.
4. W. C. Adsmaofl (D.I. 10. W. H. Fleming (D.).
??? ni.. F. Livingston (D.i. 11. W. J. Rrantley |D.).
?. a*'. L. Harden ili.i.
IDAHO.
J. Gunn (P.).
ILLINOIS.
1. JSSMS K. Mann (R. i. 12. aJ. O. Cannon (R.).
2. nWni. Lorlmer (R.). J.?. aV. Warner (R...
3. ail. U. M.lkn.ip (K.). 14 a.l. V. CraiT (R.).
4 J' W. Mills (R... 16. Sa F. Marfh (H.).
.Y a<?. F. White (R). 1?. jj. I. Rlnak^r (R.).
? SB. D. Coeke iRa 17. a.l A. Connolly iR.l.
T. ?Q. i: F..fs (R.) lasW. F. L. Hailley (R.).
5. nA. .1. Hopkins iR.) 10. a? Wood (R.).
0. ait. R. Bill iR.>. 20. gO. Hurrell (R>.
1'?. ad. W. Prince (R,), 21. ?K. J. Murphy 'IM
ILaw, Reeves IR). ?LsOeersa W. smith in.).
INDIANA.
J. aJ. H BetSWBWSjr (R). S. ?C. L. Henry (R).
2. ?H. M. Hardy (R.). I? C R. lendit (R).
?. W. T. Xeaor ?D.i. in f d. Crumpscker (RA
4. ...M. u. Rulsef lit. i. 11. s.a. w. Bisel? (R).
n. nd. W. Perla (lit. 12. J. M. Robtnaon IDA
?ail. I\ Johnson 11! A 1.1. aL. W. Reyes (H >.
7. aJ. Oeerstreei (R ).
IOWA
Lag. M dark iRA 7. ?J. A. T. Hull (R.).
2. sOeorse M. i'urtt? fRl. K a\V. r. Hepburn R.).
8. iD. Ft. Rtndcrsoa lit.). S. ?A L. Hncer (R >.
4. hTIio?.. rndesrsfl iR.). 10. ?J. P. Polllver <R.\
f.. ait. O. Cousins (R). 11. ?O. D. Perkins (R.f.
fi. *J. F. Lacey (R.i.
KANSAS
At iars-e alt w. Rhie <R>. 4. adiarles Curtis 'R >.
1 ai-. Broderirk .RA 5. W. D. Vincent ?P.I.
2. J. P. Harri.? IRA ?. N. R MeConatek (P.).
3. B. R. RMgcley (IM. 7. sC I. Long (R).
KENTUCKY.
1. C. K. Wheeler (DA 7. W. <-. P Hreckinrldg* (D)
2. n.i i>. Clardy (D.). R. O. M. D?rteos (R.>
."? ?W. O, Hunter (RA 0. aS. .T. Tugh (R)
4. .1 W Lewta (Ri. JO. J. W. Ijingley (R ?,
6. aW. Evnr.s (R.?. 11. s D. O. foison iR ).
?. a A S. Berry (D.i.
LOUISIANA.
1. aA. Mi c 4. aH. W. Osrden (D.I.
2. I!. c M. 5.? T. Baird (D.)
a R l'A rt ?S. M. Rosettsos 'D.I.
e. Ma ink.
I. Tb.iii! -c iR.I. 8. Seth I* Mi'.llken (R I.
2 N II -, ! ... ?'. H?. 4. rha?. A. B >utelte (R).
MARYLAND
1. ?' W Ml?. HD. 4. W. W. M.-lntl-e (R.?.
2. iW. B. Baker iR>. S.S. E. Mudd 1R1,
3. w. s. Boom (B.). ? J. MrDon?!d CIL).
KASSACirUSETTa
I. aA. n Wrlsht 'it 1. s. ?s. w. Mecail iRv
2 ?F. H. Ollletl ,R ?. S. J. F. Fitzgerald (Ici.
f. Il Walkr ,i: v 16. S. .1 Harro?. iR >
4. a vv. Wtyinourh (R.). 11. ''hs? F. Bprsaras (R ).
LlW S Kiiox (R.?. M Wm C Ix.verns: ' R )?
fi. hW. H. Moody .H ? 13 aJohn Slmpklr.s (R ).
7. aW. F. Harrett (B I
MK'HIOAN.
I. a.Tchn B. >'orll'? (Ri. 7. aH 0 Snm-er CR ).
2 sOc ??" BpeMIr.g 'Ri. s W. K. Llnton (R).
8. aA. Mllr.e. (R.). ?? ?R p Hishop iR.).
??. N K. Hamilton IR). 10. sR- S. i'r-.imp 1R.1.
T.. a\V. A. Smith .R I. 11. W H Meslck (R).
6. Simuel W. Smith (RI 12 C t. Fheldor. (RA
MINNESJOTA
1. ?J. A. Tawr.ev (B I I ni. Fleti-hsr (R.).
2. a.T. t. McCIcery lR). ?. p, Morris fR.).
a. eJ. P. Hesrsrelc (R 7 ?K. M. Eldy fR.1.
4 F. C. Siever.? 1R.1.
MIStlBUPPL
1. s.tohn M. Allen (D 1. R. aJ. S William? CD.).
2. W. V, Sullivan 1D.1. 6 W. F. Love, iD. 1.
a. ?T. C. 'Sttchlng? (DA 7. I'atr ,-k Henry (D ).
4. A. F. Fox (D.).
MISSOURI.
? n ' S' ^l" (V,]- 9- Cb?-mp Hark ID ).
2 R. V R-dtn?. (Da pi. sR Barth .?dt iR 1
3. aA. M. Doeksry ID.). II. sC. F. Joy (R ,
4. O. r. frnwher 'R.l. 12. P. K Pl?r-e , n I
.'.. .1. M. N.-fT (H.) 13 F Robb (Di ? '
?. Ti. A Iv Armol (D). 14. W. \?ndl\?r ID>
7. J. A. fr, rt'-r 'DA |6 ai". <i. Ii-jrton (R ).
6. R. P. B.at.d (O.).
MONTANA
?<". 6. Hartman II 1.
NEBRASKA
1. aJ. B S'rode (R 4. BSJ J Hainer (R.>
2. HD. H. M"rcer ,R.,. B ?W. K A- Iren, fB ).
3. P. Maxwell (Im. I v\:..:ain L. Oreen (IM.
NEVADA.
11 !?". O Neuland? fg.).
NEW HAMPSHIRE
l. *.r\ a. Bstsswar (R). 2 y ?; nark ira
NEW JBRJ BY
I. all. C. LrtudenKlasr'-r. It). :,. aJ. F. Siewsrt (R )
??. gj. 3. Oi.i'lrar ill ,. li. ?lt. W. P?rker (R ?'
S.?n. F. H'.weii dt., ; ni hos. McEwen, ir'<R>
4. ?M. I'ltney (R.). 8 sC. N. Fu\*ler ?R,?.
NSW-TORK.
1. J. M. Heiford <R ?.
2. al). M Hurl'v (B 1
3 aK. H. Wilson ?I! 1.
4 ai. F. FW-her (B >. 21 hl), F. Wllhur (R )
.'.. sC <'. B*ns?tl (R). -i. L N. Lif..uer .R?
?. aJ. R. HOW? IR). 23. ?W. T F'^'^ Ir iR )
7. .1. H. <? Vehslsa? 'D.?. 24. ac. a. ri?irk?rlns <n.>.
*>. J. M Mit hell (RA 2.V ?J. p. Bh?rm*s 'R ).
?. T. .1. Csmpbeli ID.). SS a(?. vv. iuv ,h 1
10 aA. ("uniinlnK? (D.). 27. J J Beiden IR 1.
11. aWillli.ni Sul?-r (D.) SR ?s. E. Psrn? (R.i.
12 a<;. B MeflcKsn ID.?. 211. eX?. vv. ?ahm ?r.?.
13 aR S Shannon IR). ML a.l. W. Wa'luw-.rtli (R ).
14. nL. E. Qui** IR). U ?rf '' ,lr'?"" IB-).
^^ aP. B. ]/? (R). 32 alt B Mahaney iR ,.
|0 W L. Wsrd (Ri. 33 D. R Alexander (R 1.
17. ?R. B 06*11, Jr 'R) 31. aW. S H,? >ker (R.1.
NORTH CAROLINA.
1 allaTr Sk'r.ner IP.). fi J. H. LsekbSfl <D.).
2 Q H Wh.l? 'R 1 7. aA. C, Slmfird (P.).
I J E Fowler (R 1. 6. ?R '/? l.lnnev (R,).
4 a'w F. Strove! (P ) I*- R Pesrsee (R ).
r,. ?T. Settle (RA
NORTH DAKOTA.
M. N. John?or. (R.).
OHIO.
1 W B Shattuck 1R.1. 12. aD K. Watson (RA
2 af. H Rromwell (R.). 18. a S R. M nil? 'R I
B J L. Rrenner (D). 14. ?VV. B, K'ir (R).
4 .; A Marshall UM. 13. all C. Van Vo.,rhls (R.).
5 F S De Wilt (IV). 16. aL. Danf.rt 1R.1
6 B?tll Brown (R). 17. aA. S. MeClorS (RA
7 W L Weaver 1 It. ). IX. aR W. Ta> 1er (R I.
5 A ' Lvhrand lui. E' SB, A. N rthwav (RA
6 ?j H Southard (R). 10. SC. R Reach (RA
10 ?L. J. Fenton (R). 21. aT. E. Uurt-.n 'R.t.
II. ?c. H. Qrosesaor 'R)
<3. OREGON.
1. Thorn?? Toneue (R). 2. W. R. Kill? (R.).
PENNSYLVANIA,
AaO*T>.row Ht). 14. M. F. Olmstesd (RA
T A Davenport (R). It, U. H. Coddlt.? (R).
1 all H Illnnham IB.). I*. H. B Barker (R).
? Vn lam, r. (RA 17. ?M. H. Kulp (R.).
I Iv uliur^in (St). I* ST. M. Mahon .11).
?" i^fk^?MIStlR) 1ft ??"? E- H""'nr '"'?
?' I? V armer (R ). 20. J. D. Hl-k? (R.i.
5 ?? ?' K"n R . 21- K. E. Rohblns (R.).
? ?i P Waus?r "r ? ?John Dslsell (n.).
1 W. S. K?.r.cV (RA 2.1. ?W. A. ?*??*!
?! ^IH?m^VnnHlNRA 2? ^<VnSr?R 'R>'
RHODE ISLAND. ?
1 ?M. Bull IBA 2 A ?> r?Pron "??>?
SOUTH CAROLINA.
-. vnioti d) ) f>. ST. J. Strait (P.).
1 sWIIItMsBBk .1 <i >). u MrKaurln iD.).
8 SJ'C UtUwS ID?. T. ?J- W. Stokes <I> ?.
4. aS. Wilson (DA
BOOTH DAKOTA.
"c^Fcnmt-i ULI ?*? J- ?""?''? <R?>?
TENNESSEE.
1, w. r. nrownu.w .r.). fi. '^?JleBeswsM? (P.).
2. aH. R. OASM <R). J- sN. M rvj? DA
? w 1. ruft (R ). 8. ?J. B, Mei all UV),
"i ?Menton McMuil? .DA ?. R A ???(p.).
6 a.1 D. BtetSHSSM (D.) 10. ?J. P?tter*on (D.).
TEXAS.
1 T II Ball (PA 6. ?S. W. T. L?nh?m (D.).
?? ?8 li. Cooper (P.). ?. ?J. P. Suyers ID.).
SRC De C,r?fenrle.| (P.). 10. J. H. Shefhurn ID.).
4 ?J W. (Yawford (DA II. ?R Kleber? (PA
? ?J. W. Bailey IP.). 12 O. H. Noonan IR-).
? R E Burke (P ). 13. J. H. Btephen? (P.).
7. n. L Henry (D).
UTAH.
W. H. King (D).
c. VERMONT.
1. H. H. Powers (RA 3. W. W. Grout (R-).
VIRGINIA.
Lfjr, A. Jones (DA ? *?3 ?^(Vh
2. W. A. Ynuns (D.I. ? ? Hay (D.).
8 J II L?mt> (D.I. 8. J, V. Rlrksey <D).
4 ig P. Bpes ID). ?. ?J. A. W?lk?r (R).
5 ?S A. Sw?n.on (D). !?? J- To.t (R.).
WA8HINOTON.
^VeTe lilil? <B>- "?? C Hjrd? (R.).
WEST VIRGINIA.
1. ?B. B. Povener (RA 8. C P. "SffAL
jiA G. Psyton (R.) 4. W?rr?n Miller (R.).
WI8OONBIN.
1. ?R A. Cooper (R> ?? *V,A *P*vl <1?_n, (,tx'
2 ?B B*uerhe7lns IB.). ?. ?M. Orimn j R).
8. ?X W. Babeock <R>. J ??. S^Mjsy (R).
a ?T Otlen (R ) 6. ?A. Stewart (RA
o! Vs.' sCTsiSW (R.). W. ?J. J. J.?wn? (R).
WYOMINO.
J. E. Osborns (D.).
Mnt>_^ R?_4usetsd: ?. slsetsd la S-?tsmb?*: 4. ?is?*?*
? OltK.
IS. John H. Ketrh-im (R ).
i:?. A V g, ... kian (B ?.
:?" h'? N. Botttbsrleh ib a
in June; R, Republican; D. Democrat P. Populist; S.
Sliver.
Total . . 3?7
R'-puhllrans .. 2rts
Wmocrats . . '" ' ... IOS
P'.ptillst? ano Silver .....'."."'..'.'.'.... 18
Republican majority. . .... 119
Republican plurality ...'.....' !i!........??> 132
MONTANA.
BRYAN CARRIE8 THE STATE BY ABOUT
1MM,
Butte. Mont.. Nov. 3?Returns from the State
are very meagre, but Indicate a smaller majority
for Bryan than expected. He will c .rry the State
by 13,000. Charles D. Hartman is re-elected to
Congress over O. p. Ooddard, McKinley Repub?
lican, by probably 10,000. Robert Smith, Fusion
candidate for Governor, Is elected by 10,000, and
Indications are that nearly the entire Fusion
ticket is elected by majorities of from 1000 to
10,000. The Populists contributed fully two
thirds of the Bryan vote, and have one of the
three electors. The next Legislature will be
Democratic and Populist.
NORTH DAKOTA.
IT IS M'KINI.EVS BY 5.000-A COLD MAN FOR
SENATOR ASSCRED.
Bismarck. N. I).. Nov. :{ (Special).?Enough re?
turns are in to Justify the claims of the Repub?
licans that North Dakota has given McKinley
?V000 majority, and that Johnson. Republican,
has boon elti ted to Congress, and that the en?
tire Republican State ticket is elected. Advices
from the northern portion <>f the State show
heavy Republican gains In Democratic strong?
holds. Silver men claim that l?rice numbers of
voters wen- kept at honi^ by the Inclemency of
the weather and bad road? in the country pre?
cincts, where they exoected Stronger support.
It is now safe to pla-e the Legislature In the
Republican column on a joint ballot, which In?
sures the election of a Republican to tho United
States Senate to succeed Hansbrough.
IDAHO.
THE STATE CON(KI)KI) TO BRYAN BT ir,,000
T< > CA.'V'O.
Boise City, Idaho, Nov. 3.?Returns come in
slowly, and there will Le no flgun*s obtainable
until tO-morroW. The State Is conceded to
Bryan by l,",.i?(N) to 30,000 majority. Horah.
Silver Republican, it Is clalimd. is ahead for
Congress. No trustworthy estimate of the
complexion of the L?gislature can be made yet.
TEXAS GOES TO RRY AX.
_L__
CULBERSON ELECTED GOVERNOR AND
DEMOCRATS CLAIM A SOLID CON?
GRESS DELEGATION
Austin. Tex.. Nov. 8.?The election passed off
quietly with a full vote. Local tickets were so
mixed that the coun proceed* slowly, and in the
city will not be completed until morning The
Indications are that McKinley will carry the city
and county by a small plurality. Bayer? (Demi,
for Congress, will have a large majority l:i the
city and county
State Chairman I akc (Dem ). estimated Hry
an's plurality a?. Iim.ihmi. ati'l Cutberson, for Gov?
ernor, will have T.'i.ikhi plurality II- says a solid
Democratic Congress delegation of ti ??-it mem
hers has hee^ returned No definite returns can
I?? expected before to-rnorrow.
? ? ?. -
GEORGIA.
THE democratic PLURALITY CUT DOWN
TO lO.on OR i:,.rv>V-WHAT HOKK SMITH
THINKS OF THE RESULT.
Atlanta. Nov 3 (Special) Returns from the
137 counties In <?eorgla are nee?**.irtly delayer!
by the remcifne^s of many of the.n and the
generally Insufflc'-nt telegraph facilities Suffi?
cient figures have been received, however, to
show that the State has rmh? f ?r Hryan and
Sewall, thuigh by a reduced majority. McKin?
ley received a good rote throughout the state,
and returns up to this bour Ind?cate that he ha*
broken th? Democrat!" solldarlt) of the State In
several pia<(s Chatham County, in which
Savannah Is situated, seems to have Rorr- R?.
publican, and Marlon County, heretofore in?
variably Democratic, naa for the flr?t time Je?r.r<l
the Republican clutnn. In thl? Cltj? McKlnlej
received a liberal vote, though Atlanta has prob?
ably ?jone for Bryan by about i.mxi
The official vote of Fulton County, In which
Atlanta is located, give? Bryan 4.471. McKinley,
?J.r03. Bryan'? plurality, 1,318 There ar<- but
few ?catterlng votes f"r Palmer and other Prest*
dentlal candidates.
VIRGINIA.
IT GOES TO BRTAN BT ABOUT y.ooo PLU
RALITT
Richmond. Va. Nov. 3 (Special).?Tin canvas?
of to-day's trots in Virginia was necessarily
tedious, and th" returns ar>- slow coming In. The
Democratic plurality will not fall below 20.000,
and that party will k<< certainly eight out of ten
congressmen. Lamb (Dem.) carries Richmond
by 3,000. In this district. In which the Republi?
cans and Sound Money ? locratfl i ?de a big
fipht. thousands of votes were lost through Im?
properly marked ballot.', and perhaps as many
moro were shut OUI by sundown.
ALABAMA.
Birmingham. Ala., Nov 3 (Special).?Alabama
experienced heavy Democratic losses to-day. The
Seventh Ward In Mobile went for McKinley, and
the Republicans c'nlm Rlrmlnghan The Demo?
crats employed dilatory tactics, at the latter place
to keep the negroes from WMIntr. Gross frauds
are charged by the Republicans In Birmingham.
At one box the negroes were kept in a line on
the street, while Democrats went up th-; back
way and voted. Bryan and Sewall may carry
the State by TiO.OOO.
Silver Democrats have beer, elected In six Con?
gress districts. A silver ropullst, a Republican
Populllt and a Sound Money Democrat were
elected In the other three. Dr. O. B. Crowe. Pro?
tection Populist, wll contest O. A. Underwood's
seat on account of alleged frauds In Birmingham.
The count proceeds slowly.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Columbia. S. C. Nov. 3 (Special).?The voting
throughout South Carolina was light, particular?
ly In the country districts. The weather was
threatening, with occasional showers. The only
interest In the voting In the State was In the
contest between the Republican factions. While
neither expected. In view of known registration,
to cast a heavy vote, they were Minting for recog?
nition In the event of Republican National suc?
cess. There were three State tickets, two being
put up by the Republican factions.
The Republicans had candidat?-? In every Con?
gress District. In the 1st District, now repre
aented by Murray. Republican, Elliott, gold
Democrat. Is elected by probably 1..100 plurality
In the other districts the Democrats, all sllver
Ites, had walkovers, the Incumbents being re
elected without exception.
With four exceptions, the Legislature la Demo?
cratic, and will elect Joseph H. Earle to succeed
Irhy In the 8enate. The vote In the State will
not exceed 40,000; of this the combined Republi?
can electoral tickets will receive about 8,500, and
Palmer and Buckner less than 2,000.
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MAINE.
A MAJORITY OF NEARLY 50,000 PROBABLE.
Augusta, Me., Nov. 3 (Special).?Maine gives
McKinley a majority from 43,000 to 45,000.
Portland, Me., Nov. 3.?One hundred and
ninety-five towns give McKinley 55.175; Bryan,
22,104; scattering. 3.3 ?U. The same towns In 1892
gave Harrison 43..".".'!; Cleveland, 32.402; scatter?
ing, 3,353. The Republican plurality now Is 33.
011. against 10,021, a gain of 22,080.
This Is a little over two-thirds of the total
vote, there being 71,918 Votes, The towns to
hear from gave Harrison l!?,.">(i:i; Cleveland, 15,
5iM>; scattering, 2,100?a total <?f 37.209 votes, if
these towns gain In the same ratio, the total
plurality will be between 47,000 and 4S.0O0.
against 14.827 In 1882, on a total vote of 1,(M?0
or ?.iHXl more than In 1802, when it was 116,387.
This will be some 5,(NK| l,>ss than the Gov?
ernor's vote In September, when the plurality
was ls,.T77.
Four Republican Congressmen were elected in
September, and the two I'nited States Senators
?re Republicans.
VERMONT.
THE ORF.F.N MOUNTAIN MEN ROLL UP A
PLURALITY OF 4o,,s"r0 Foil MKINLRY.
White River Junction, Vt. Nov. 3? Beautiful
weather throughout Vermont to-day helped to
bring out a large voto Returns came in more
promptly thai) In previous years. One hundred
and sixty towns gave Mr Klnley 3S,i?!t7; Bryan,
7..">';,.i Palmer, !?S7; Levering. 514 Republican
plurality. 30.028; majrrrlty over nil. 20,027. The
same towns in 1802 gave Harrison 2H.441: Cleve?
land. 11,722; Weaver, 1.021; scattering. 2. Re?
publican plurality, 16,710; majority over all, 15,
700, The percentage of gain m the ibpuhiiean
vote Is nearly ?M par cent, and the loss In the
Demo? ratlc vote .?> per tent.
The net Republican gain in the towns heard
from, as compared with 1882, Is HS per rent. Mc?
Kinleys plurality In the State will be 10,000. The
previous high-water mark in pluralities for
President was ?10,354, ?riven to Grant In 1H72.
The st;it,. will h.?\ a solid Republican delega?
tion m the United states Congress,
CONNECTICUT.
K'KINLET SWEEPS THF. STATE BY ABOUT
18.881 PLURALITY.
Hartford, ?"onn.. Nov. 8.?McKinley has swept
the S'ate by about 80,000 plurality In a total vote
of 170.000. Loria a. Cooke, of Winsted (Rap.),
Is elected Oovernot by a plurality of perhaps
.'?.Ms?? The f,,ur Republican Congreaamen are
all re-elected by majorities ranging from 6,000
to 15.000 The Legislature will mand 229 Re?
publicans to 37 Democ.ata a majority of 102
on Joint ballot. Insuring the election Of I'nited
States Senator Orvllle H. Platt to succeed ? un
self.
At 11 o'clock lo-nlght returns from 111 towns of
the 168 In th- St.it- show the vote f, , President
lobe McKinley, 46,000; Bryan, 10,080; B?chner,
L',7'H? In I?U2 the v,.t> ,,f the State f,,r President
was Cleveland, 82.385; Harrison. 77.032; Bid
well (Pro.) I"'-'''. Weaver (Pop.), 808 In 1V?4
Coffin il'.'p ?. for Qovernor, had 17.?>VS plurality
ovei Cady ? l 'cm ?
Bryan has rsrrlcl so far only three of 111
towns in the State, and not one of the ctttea
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NEW H A MPBHIRE.
TIIK MOST 6WEEP1N ?'? VICTORY BVER
KNOWN IN THE ORANITS STATE
Concord. N. II., Nov. 3.? Returns are coming In
very slowly, but enough have slread7 been re?
ceived t'1 Indicate thai the Republican? have se?
cured Ihe mosi sweeping vlCtory In the history
of this State, and that their ante-election claim
of a plurallt) of upward of 20,000 for McKinley,
ami nearly as much for Ilamsdell for Oovernor,
with increased majorities In both branches of the
Legislature, and enlarged pluralities for Con?
gressmen, will be verified. In fact, everything
seems to portend a veritable landslide. The r?>
publtcans carried Merrlmack County by the larg?
est plurality they ever had in the county.
Twenty-nine (owns and wards give McKinley,
4,801; Bryan. 1,480 The same towns and wards
gave Harrison. 3.803: Cleveland, 3,140. McKln
leys gain is ?498. For Governor, twenty-eight
towns give Rnmadell (Rep.) 3,022; Kent (Dem.),
1.7IK?.
-?>
MASSACHUSETTS
THE REPUBLICAN PLURALTTT five OR SIX
TIMES BIGGER THAN IN 1?;e
Boston, Nov. I (Special).?Massachusetts has
given the Republican ticket a plurality now es?
timated to be between 1.15.000 and 150.000. In
1803 the Republican plurality was only 26,000
Twelve Republican Congreaamen are elected,
and the unlucky thirteenth Congressman. Fitz?
gerald, probably has been returned to his former
post as the only Democratlo Congressman in
New-England.
Roger Wolcot Is elected Governor, and the
State offices go, as usual, to Republicana
The vote on the question of biennial elections
will probably not be known to-night.
RHODE ISLAND.
THE PLURALITY FOR M'KINLEY LIKELY
TO EXCEED 20,000.
Pro\ idence, It. I., Nov. 3 (Special).?Returns
from fifty-two election districts out of 102 give
McKinley 10,281; Bryan, 5,187. This Indicates a
plurality for McKinley exceeding 20.000, the
largest by 10,000 In the history of the State.
McKinley has carried every city and town In
the State, as far as heard from, and will prob?
ably have 3,000 plurality in Providence.
Republican Mayors were elected In Newport
and Woonsocket. while the Democratic candi?
dates won In Pawtucket and Central Falls. In
Pawtucket ex-Governor John W. Davis was
chosen Mayor through Republican factional
quarrels In this city MeGulnness (Dem.) Is re
I elected by 2.000 plurality.
UTAH.
MEAGRE RETURNS 8HOW THAT THE MOR?
MON STATE WENT FOR BRYAN.
Salt Lake. Nov. 3.?Exceedingly meagre re?
turns received and trustworthy estimates show
that Bryan and Sewall have carried Utah by
40,000 to 45.000 majority, and King, Democrat,
la elected to Congress by probably 10,000 ma?
jority. The Legislature la In doubt, but It la
certain the Democrats have made great gains,
and It la probable they will have a majority on
Joint ballot, but It will be blose. A heavy vote
was polled, and the outlying districts not yet
heard from mill favor the Republicans In the
Legislature.
JERSEY'S PROMISE KEPT.
RETURNS INDICATE A PLURALITY OF
73.516 FOR M'KINLEY AND HOBART.
REPUBLICANS ELECT CONGRESSMEN IX ALL THE
EIGHT DISTRICTS OF THE STATE?THE LEGIS?
LATURE OVERWHELMINGLY REPUB?
LICAN?ESTIMATED RETURNS
FROM ALL COUNTIES.
Sturdy New-Jersey redeemed the hopes and
vindicated the prediction of Its truest ?o?s hy
turning In yesterday a plurality of 73.516 for
McKinley and Hobart. Sound Money and Pro?
tection. The latest returns indicate that all
eight of the Republican Congressmen have been
re-elected, though at a late hour there was some
doubt about Thomas McEwen In the Seventh.
Republicans claimed the election of seven of the
eight State Senators, but the Democrats of Mon
mouth were confident that Stevens had beaten
Francis In Monmouth. Forty-flve of the sixty
Assemblymen are Republicans.
No such victory was ever won In New-Jersey
by any party or on any Issue. In the tidal wave
of 1H04 the Republican plurality on Congress?
men reached 48.47S. The year following John
W. Orlggs was elected Governor by a plurality
of 26,900, and this was taken to mean that 1S04
had registered the high-water mark of Repub?
lican success in a State that usually gave from
8,000 to 15.0i)0 Democratic plurality.
The tremendous plurality of yesterday Is at?
tributed to two causes: First, the personal
popularity of Garret A. Hobart. now Vice-Presi?
dent-elect, and, secondly, the aid rendered by
patriotic Democrats who were anxious to pre?
serve the Nation's honor and promote Its pros?
perity rather than Join hands with the Popu?
lists who had captured their banners.
Here are the estimated pluralities of yester?
day, by counties, as compared with those of four
years ago on the Presidential ticket:
I 1R92. | I 180?.
Rep. Dem. | R?p. Dem.
Atlanta .I 328|.II 1.M0I
? :i nno
Ruriltiifton ., 1841. I 2.5001.
Camden .! ??J4?.?| 8.3501.
Cas? May .I 1661... ? 1.116
cuni!,erli?nd .i T?l |. < 3,0001.
Bests .'.I 1.131 : 22,000|.
Gloucester .: 221 . 1.600.
Mudaos . S.!i2t>' '.I 300
Hunterdon .I.? 1.672i I.I 1.200
Merer .I 448.|| 8.000!.
Mld.lle.ex .i. 1.80011 2.2?0.
Monmouth . . 1.336, 1,500 .
Morris .' 107 8,000 .
?Vean. 1.040'.I 2.100.
Passais .I 6361.:' 6.000I.
Balen .! S5 ? 7oo.
Somerset . Wi 1,600 .
- -x . ST? 1.660 .
Union .'.I 771! 5.200.
Warren .I.| 2.019, |
Totals . 4,660 10.664 7.V?16 2.100
Net plur?llty .1. 14.074 73.HI?
The estimated pluralities of the eight Repub?
lican Congressmen re-elected yesterday, as com?
pared with tfiHr pluralities two years ago, are
as follows:
District, 1K94. fsiM).
I..B C. LoudcnaUger.' 1S.880 14.001)
2..J"hn J Gardner .I 9,741 10 OOO
'.'? Benjamin F. Howell.I 3.70? 3.500
4. Manon I'ltney.' 1.4"7 2 200
B..Jaa?ea T. st?wart. .'..;.T2' sum
d R. VVavn- I'arker . M 173 15 000
T..Tb?nSS M'Ew.ui.' LU3 1,100
6..('liarles N. Kowl?r. (5,230 7.?00
Total .I 4N.47N 7I.H00
The following list shows the next Legislature.
A complete House of Assembly, consisting of
sixty member*, irna chosen. Senators were
elected In Camden, Kssex, Gloucester, Mon
miiuth. Salem, Somerset, Union and Warren
counties. Except In Warren, the retiring Sena?
tors were Republicans, so that the election of a
Democratic Senator in Warren does not change
the political complexion of the Senate, which
consists now of eighteen Republicans and three
Democrats
STATE SENATE OF 1897.
ATLANTIC MERCER
Famue'. D. Hoffman (R>. William II. Sklrm IR.).
BEHOEN MIDDLESEX.
(VII,lam M JohnaOB (R). , Charles H. Herbert (R.).
BURLINGTON. MONMOUTH.
Wllll.im ('. Tarry iR I. VV. R. Suii-ni.
CAMDEN. MoKRIS.
Herbert JeSmMAS iR.1. John B. Vreeland (R.),
CAPE MAT. OCEAN.
Edmund L Rosa <R>. Robert B. Essla ilt.).
CUMBERLAND. PASSAIC
Edward C. h '-?te? ill.). .Robert William? .R.).
EMEX. BALEM.
Oaoraa vv Ketcham (H.). R. C. MUIet H.,.
OLOUCEfiTER. SOMERSET.
s 11 Btanger iR.), , chsrle? a. Raed ilt.i.
Hl D*ON. Bl B* .\.
William D. Dalj (D.I. Ja- b OV.u:d fR.).
HUNTERDON, UNION,
Richard :-. Etthl '!>>. t <vr M. V ,..:..-s (R.).
nTABBXN?laasj Barber (D.).
HOUSE <>E AS1EMBLT, ?BT.
ATLANTIC ' Ol KTT.
?M. U 'ackaoa (B l
ROEN COI M Y.
?Jseob H l'himann (B.) A. C. HoMrum (R).
BURUNOTON 1 OUNTT
?J. E. Bsrtee (B.). 1*0.????r?- vviidcg m.).
i'AMDKN COVNTT.
?Louis T. DeroUSsa (B.). I ?Krank T Lloyd (R.).
?Henry h. Boovel iB-). I
CAPE MAY COUNTT.
Robert E. Bsad (R I.
CUMBBBIssVND COUNTT.
J. J. lr.nt ill ' : 'H. H MUSCS (R ).
ESSEX COUNTT.
?Th-ma? H. Jones (B.) .1 1 Mb Hau. Jr. (R.).
(?..?k- B HarrUos iB.). Oeors? W. W Douer (H.).
l>:er H. Palrrhlld iNst. ?Albert J Simpaos (R.).
I'll ?rie? W. Powen (B.). c * Ha';m?n 1R.1.
Ahm c Ebls 1H.1 'Jame? 1. Hagas ?H.).
Edwin E. Steddi? (R.). L I. lASgfeM.
QLOUCSSTEB COUNTT.
D?vld O. Watktn? (B 1
stUOSON COUNTT.
I*wl? E. beefy (D.). A4 Cpa Walter (D).
?John B. Hewftl ID.). I'll ira,-? Allen (D.).
?John W. Qtteen (D.). Jaiiii-? Marnell , I.. >.
?l'ieire J. Fleming iD->. I?''liarle? T. H?u?r <D.).
?c.irl F. Reutnpler (D.). ?Michael J. Bruder (D.).
?Edward lioe? d> ?. I
HUNTBBDON COUNTY.
?David II. Lnwshe 1I1.1 Oeor?e Martens fD).
MERCER COUNTY.
?e c. Bvtchlseoa (B.). |*i. wig-ein? Thorn? (IL).
?il VV. McTherson (II.).
MIDDLESEX COUNTS.
Alexander C. Litterst (R.>. Adam Eckert (D.).
Jacob H. Whltfl-II (R.). James Huches (D.).
Jame? Fountain (R.). J. H. Oreen (D.).
MONMOUTH COUNTY.
W!ll!?m H. Reld lit). D. E. Van Wickle (R.).
Oliver P. Hrown (B.). I
MORRIS COUNTY.
?Charle? F. Hopkins (R). | ?Joseph B. Rlghter tR.).
OCEAN COUNTY.
R. A. Cl?rke IR.).
TASSA IC COUNTT.
?Henry W. Oledhlli (R). I ?Johi? Kin* ?R.V
Frank Atherton (H.). I Thine?? Brldg? (II.). ;
SALEM COUNTY.
Jo?eph B. Crl?pln (R.)
SOMERSET COUNTY.
T. V. V?n Doren (R). |
SUSSEX COUNTT.
Hnrni-e E. Rud? (R.l. |
UNION COUNTY.
?Henry Haus? (R.). ??William R. Codlnston (K\
?J. Martin Roll (H). I
WARREN COUNTT.
?William K. Rower? (D.). |*A. L. Flummerfett (D.).
?Re-elected. Ne? year'? Assembly will thsrefore consist
of 45 Republican? ?nd 15 Democrats. Last ?'?slon ther?
wer? 43 Republican*. 16 Democrats and 1 Independent In
th? House.
COLORADO.
BRYAN PROBABLY CARRIES THE STATE BY
A LARGE MAJORITY.
Denver, Col., Nov. 3.?In this city, Election
Day opened clear, and a large vote was polled
before 10 o'clock. Reports from all over the
State show good weather. It Is believed Bryan
will carry Colorado by 110,000 majority. The
two silver Congressmen will be return d without
opposition. The sharpest struggle is between
Adams (Silver Rep. and Dem.), and Bailey (Pop.?
National Silver) for the Governorship.
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ARK AX S AS SAYS FREE SILVER.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. t?The State has gone for
Bryan by $0.000.
e
MISSISSIPPI STILL WITH BRYAN.
Jackson. Ml??.. Nov. I.?Bryan will have a majority
of 1)0,000. The vote for Watson will not exceed 10,000.
Seven Democratic Congressmen have ?been elects?.
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