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tucky had certainly gone 5.000 for McKinley Well
POated Republicans here laugh at Chairman
Jones'? assertion that th" raturna from Kentucky
?re b??lng held back. As a matter of (act, they
?re. beln? received hmcUw UMk year than cv-r be?
fore, owing to Improved t?l?phona faclMtlea and
by lo-moTnw night ,i?> almeei absolutely correct
estimate for McKinley'* majority can ha given.
I'ull retnfne fr??m the cotintles >n whl'h the nine
members of the Legislature were elected show that
the Republican? have a majority on joint, ?jail??! in
the coming extra ?eaaton of the I^eglslanire, and
will elect a Republican United State? Senator.
Evan Settle, silver Democrat, ha? defeated Colo?
nel l'.recklnrldge In the Ashland CongreaS Dtetrlei
by 1,18.1.
R?na-or Blackburn arrived here lo-nlght, and ad
dre?.?A-j ;, ;,rge crowd fro-n the balcony of his
r.oi?l. The Democrat* ?re wl l over the pr.??>peo'?
of Bryan* election Blackburn charge* fraud, and
say* rha: Bryan arill lu- Inaugur?t)
l?Oulsvtlie, Ky . Nov. 4 Republican figure* glv*
Kentucky io McKinley by MM'' while Democratic
Mtlnute? give It to Bryan by ;,"&
The managing editor of "The Courier-Journal"
says the Si ?te ?s *af* for McKinley by between
1.000 and *,0M Returns which will ?lin. h matters
are slow in coming in.
St. Louis. Nov. 1?The following dispatches to
"The Chronicle" arc printed In S I P- m. extra:
lajuisvlll?. Ky.- Kentucky la clone, With Hire ?Kin
lies to hear from, and estimate* based on last
year-? vote win claim a majority of l.oofl for Mc?
Kinley. SAM. .1 RQBERT8.
Chairman Republican State Committee.
Louisville, Nov. 4 -Kentucky ?'ill give her elec?
toral vote to Bryan by a .small, hut safe majority.
* A SOMMERS.
Chairman D"mocrnti" Sta'e Committee.
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WASHINGTON FOR BRYAN.
HIS PLURALITY ESTIMATED AT OVER 10.000
TH'E LKGISLATCRE."
Seattle, Wash.. Nov. 4.? Bryan has carried
Washington by 10.000 and upward. an<3 every
man on the fusion free-silver State ticket has
been elected. Sullivan, Republican candidate for
Governor, comedos his defeat, John Rogers is
the successful candidate, wii.ning by abijtit fi.OOO
Lewis and Jones, free-silver candidates for Con?
gre***, have been elected by largo majorities.
Lewis running probably ahead of the Bryan
electors. While returns come in slowly, they in
dkate the free-silver force? will wmtrol the next
Legislature on joint bnllM and name a successor
to United St a tee Senator Watson C. Squire.
Olympia. Wash., Nov. 4 Three hundred and
slxtv precincts out of 1.100 ?n the State, give
McKinley 17,708, Bryan 2:1.-101. This is about
one-half of the vote of the State.
-a?
THE VERDICT OF ILLINOIS.
FOR M'KINLEY BY IfORB THAN MM* AND
NEARLY AS MUCH AGAINST
Al.T?.KI.n.
Chicago. Nov. 4 -Returns from the State arc
coming In slowly, but bear out early ent?ntate?
of a majority exceeding 1410,000 for McKinley.
with Tanner, for Governor, running well up.
In Chicago Tanner polled 30.000 votes less than
the head of the ticket, but he ran ahead in
many co?intry districts, and it is believed will
not be far behind McKinley when the returna
are complete. The entire Cook County (Chi?
cago) Republican ticket was elected.
The tl?inl wave ??sur?-?? a Republican maj?irjiy
In" "both branches of the State Legi?*latufe. and
Ip consequence a Reptiblloan BUceeeeor to Sena?
tor l'aimer, candidate for the Presidency on the
Gold Democratic ticket.
The Democrats bAVf elected three and possibly
four Congressmen. Thus.- elected ate: Wnrhh
pen. in the With; Hunter, in the XlXth. and
John Baker, in the XXIst Congress districts. In
the XVIlth. Caldwcll (Di'Ui.i claims his eb-ition.
and in the Hid, after a close rare, Belknap (Rep.)
dtfeate'l Darn?w (Dem).
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IOWA.
?
REPUBLICAN PLURALITY, TfcOtaV-ALL THE
coNGRESSM EN ELECTED.
Des Moines. Iowa. Nov. 4 The returns from
Iowa are not yet complete, but indicate tbat the
National Republican ticket has carried the State
by not less than 73.000 and possibly 80,000 plu?
rality over the fused Democrats and Populista
Palmer and Bvckner will re?-Mve not over 4.O??1
votes. The Sound Money Democratic CoVnhiU:"
tee claims that from 40.4100 to 50.000 Lv-wcrats
voted for McKinley. About one-fourth <>( the
fusion voie is cast by the Populists
The Republican Stale ticket, headed by Secre?
tary of state, and including Auditor, Treasurer,
Supreme Court Judge, Attorney-??eneral and
Railroad Commissioner. Is elected by about the
Fame figures as the National ticket. The fusion
extended to State and Congress tickets. The
Republicans have elected the entire eleven Con?
gressmen by the following pluralities: 1st Dis?
trict, s. M. Clark. 4.500: lid. George M. Curtis,
8.500; Hid. D. B. Henderson, 9.000: tYth.
Thomas Updegraff, 8,000; Vth. R. C. Cousins.
0.000; Vlth. John A. Lncey, 1.200; Vllth. J. A. T.
Hull. 8,500; villth. W. F. Hepburn. 1.500: ixth.
A. L. Hager. 4.000; Xth. J. F. Dolliver. 14.000;
Xlth. George D. Perkins. 12,000.
DELAWARE.
THE PLURALITY FOR MKINLKY WILL
PROBABLY BE CLOSE To &???.
Wilmington, Del.. Nov. 4.?The United Associated
Presses has now sufficient flKures to annsunce
that Delaware? electoral vote la for McKinley by
from UN to MM pi iraUty.
The Democrats elect Tunnell Oovernor and
Handy to Congress by 4.000 plurality.
The Democrats ?j!-o control the Legislature on
Joint ballot. v
W. C R Colquhonn, secretary of the Republican
State Committee, aays: "McKinley has a maturity
of from l.w?0 to 1.000. The [jtalalature on Joint bal?
lot stand?: 1ft Democrats, n Republicans. We will
control the Constitutional Convention, assuring us
a new constitution."
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
THE LARGEST REPUBLICAN PLURALITIES
EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE.
Concord, N. I!.. Mot. 4?All but thirteen towns
and wards In Ne.v-Hampshlre give McKinley
54,733; Bryan. 20,288; Palmer, 3,2-13; Bryan and
Watson, 8M; Levering, 681; Bentley, M; Mat?
ched t?2. McKinley's plurality, 84.000. The
missing places gave Cleveland L'tH? plurality in
1K92.
For Governor. Ratnsdell (Rep.) has 48,648;
Kent (Dem.). 86,807: Berry (Pro). 800; Barnard
(National). 170: Greenfield (People's), 243; Ac?
ton (Socialist-Labor). 244. Ramedell's pluralltv,
10.341
For member of Congress In the 1st District,
?ulloway (Rep.) has 23,512; Naab (Dem.),
13.070; Suiiowav's plurality, 1<?.-14J. lid Dis?
trict, Clarke (Rep.), 24,004: Wlilte (Dem),
12.730: Clarke's plurality. 12.255.
The Republicans elected 280 members of the
House of Representative?; ihe Democrat?, 7>>.
and two places voted not to elect. These plu?
ralities nrc the largest ever .?-cured by the Re?
publicans in this State.
WEST VIRGINIA.
A REPUBLICAN PLURALITY OF 1S.?00 INDI?
CATED BY FORTY COUNTIES
OUT OF FIFTY-FOUR.
Wheeling. W. V*., Nov. 4.?Forty counties out of
flfty-four give McKinley 19.000 plurality, Indicative
of a plurality of IMM in the State Dayton and
Dovener. for Congress, succeed themselve? by ma?
jorities of 3.000 each
Report* coming from all section* of the State
?ay that Republicans have made big gains In some
Instance? over the vote of lSt'4, when the" Slate
went 13,<W Republican for Congressmen. At Will
lam L. Wilson's home In Charlestown ?he Repub?
licans gained 175 votes and made a gain of over
500 In the county. McKinlcv carried this (Ohio)
county, the most populous in the State, by l.T^S.
til the State ticket, four '"onirressmen and the
eglslature are carried by the Republicans.
NEVADA.
Reno, Nev.. Nov. 4.?Reporta show that Bryan
will carr>* this State by 1,080 majority. In the
Congressional fight the Republicans votad al?
most solidly for Douglass, Ptbpullst candidate, so
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MARYLAND.
A BIGGER CYCI.ONi:. KYKN. THAN THAT OF
LABT YEAR
Baltltnore, Nov. 4.?Maryland has again been
I struck by a political cyclone, this one being of
even greater magnitude than that of last year.
When th? Governorship and the State and city
machinery wen- ail ?rested from the Democrats
The total vote of Baltimore cite for Prertdenl
was as follows: McKinley, 81.054; Bryan,
40.845; I^n-erlnp. 1.900; Palmer 1,818; Matchett,
?167; Bentley, 57. MeKInb-y's plurality, 21,109.
The vote In the State shows a plurality for
McKinley over Bryan of 80.872. This Is the
largest majority liven for any candidate since
Governor Oden Bowle was elected ?overnor In
1887, and is U.oon greater than Governor Lown
des received in last year's election. Only one
ward in Baltimore city and Ore of the twenty
three counties declared for Bryan and free sil?
ver. The Eighth Ward, always a Democratic
str..uphold, gave 4K majority for Brvan. Queen
Anne. Montgomery. Worcester, Wlcomlco ami
Carolina counties rolled UP .1 total of 1,845 plu?
rality for the Chicago nominee, against 12,801
in the remaining eighteen counties for McKin?
ley.
Not only was the State torn away from its cus?
tomary moorings in th.- Presidential column by
a majority which the most enthusiastic McKin
leylte dared nof hope for. but a solid Republican
delegation will represent It in the Lower House
of the LVth Congress?a gain of two seats. This
Is also a i ?-cord-breaker for Republicanism in
Maryland.
Henry Bto? kbridire (Rep.) was elected as addi?
tional Justice of the Bupremo Bench of Baltimore
city. He ran a few hundred votes behind the
leader on his ticket, because of the popularity of
his Democratic opponent.
The Democrats nlned two city Councilmen by
narrow margins. Tin- Republicans elected fifteen
mit of twenty-two. The s?-cond branch holds
over, and Is composed of two Republicans and
three Democrats.
The 1st Congress District, which Was thought
to be sure for the Democrats, nave the Repub?
lican candidate -IT"-' plurality The Official count
will not materially chance the following ligures:
1st District, Dr. Isaac S. Barber, HOn plu?
rality.
lid District. William P. P.;il5.-r. 2.000 plurality.
Hid District; I'i- William B. Boose, l&VJ? plu?
rality.
lYth District. W. W Mclntlre, 9.109 plurality.
Vth District. Sidmv K. Mudd. J.Ihmi plurality.
YIth District. Captain .lohn McDonald, 8.000
plurality
RHODE ISLAND.
TJD RKITBLK'ANS SWEEP THE STATE.
with A PLURALITY <>r r.'.w
Providence, Nov. 4 (Special).?The total vote
of Rhode Island for President is as fol?
lows: McKinby, 37.499; Rryan. 18,749; Palmer,
1.208; Levering. 1,165; Matchett. 585. Plural
Ity for McKinley. 28.780.
Pull (Rep.) was elected to Congress In the
1st District by a plurality ?f S.S'.'li, and <";?p
ron tRep> in the lid District by u plurality
of S.S'JL
McKinley carried every city and town in the
State. He receivetl a piurallt) of 7,103 in
Providence.
(in the other hand. M< Guinness (Dem. and
Cit.? was re-elected Mayor by a plurality of
ii.TJ!?. The Republican candidate for Harbor
M utter was elected. The city Council is Re?
publican in both branches
The proposition for a State- loan of $1!.?<),IN>U
vas approved lay 8,000 majority,
VERMONT.
INCOMPLETE ?UPTURNS INDICATE Till:
LAROB8T MAJORITY EVER CUTEN.
White River Junction, Nov. 4.?The elec?
tion result has be n reported from tweuty?four
additional towns to-day, making 200 out of 245
towns and dtleS In tue State. Those thus far
reportinn give the following result: Republican,
45,510; Democratic, 8,905; National Democratic,
1,208; Prohibition, 605; Populist. 4.?.!?. Republi?
can plurality, 88*545; majority over all. 84,294.
The same Inwns and cities In 1892 gave: |{e
publican, 83.811; Democratic, 14,508; Prohibi?
tion, 14185; scattering. 128. Republican plural?
ity. 10,803; majority over all, 17.1UJ. Gain in
Republican vote, :?4 8-10 per cent; loss In
Democratic *V0ta nearly M per cent. Gain In
Republican majority over all. over ill per cent.
If this percentage of gain is maintained In
the remaining towns to be heard from, the
Republican majority will be 41,403 for the whole
State this year, which would make the Repub?
lican majority nearly 20,000 more than In 1892,
n?arly 10,000 more than was ever before given
In a Presidential year, and 4..MKI mote than the
unprecedented majority given at the State
election last September.
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MAINE.
THI RKPCBLICAN PLCRALTTY AN KYKN
THING WITH THAT OF SKPTKMUKli
L-wiston, Me., Nov. 4.?"The Journal's" re?
turns from 2S4 Maine towns ?lve the following:
Republican. 98,152; Democratic 28.057; National
Democratic, 1.283; Prohibition, 913; Populist,
1,801. Republican plurality, 40,093,
The same towns in September fare 4n,17?? Re?
publican j.lurallty.
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FLORIDA.
JaiKsonyille. Nov. 4.- Practically complete
returns show thar th- State has gone for
Bryan by about 1?.<hh>. \r. the 1st Congress Dis?
trict, s. M. sparkman silver Democrat, is re?
elected by about 7,000 plurality in the Hd
District Robeii W Davis, silver Democrat, is
elected by a plurality of about 4,000
W70MIN0.
Cheyenne, Wyo. Nov. 4? Flfty-stx precincts,
casting 89 per cent of th- vote of Wyoming, give
McKinley 2J68, Rryan .1,140; Domorrati?: gain.
432. The county vote Is diminishing the per
?entage t?f J>emocratlc gains
The plurality for Rryan may not exceed 899
The Republicans will elect a Congreaaman and
the State ticket.
OHIO.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 4 (Special).?The re?
turns from an election were never so alow in
the State as they have beer, from the elet-t|on
of yesterday. Not more than one-seventh of
the vote had been heard from this morning, but
Chairman Kurtz, of the Republican State Com?
mittee, communicated with the chairmen of the
County Republican committees, and to-night
the reports are coming in rapidly. It will be
'two or three days, according to appearances, be?
fore the official count In the counties will be
completed, but Mr. Kurtz Is able to make an
approximately correct estimate. He says that
the State has given McKinley a plurality of
50.U0O, and that the Republicans elected at least
sixteen Congressmen. The Democrats have
elected Congressmen In the IVth. Vth. XHlth
and XVIlth districts, and Lentz (Dem.). Is prob?
ably ?-foeteil in the Xllth. He has a plurality of
121 on the face of the returns, but there la a
claim of an Irregularity In one of the townships
of Fairileld County, which may throw out its
vote. If this Is done, the vote In this district
will he very close. In the Hid District, repre
-. statue^ In th? present Congress by Paul Sorg,
(Dem.), the Republicans elected Colonel Robert
M Nevln by a small majority.
Cincinnati, Nov. 4. -With two counties to hear
from. McKinley'* estimated plurality Is 53,733.
?{RYAX.IX XORTH CAROLINA.
| APPARENT PLURALITY OF AllOUT 10.i?,0-A
REPl ML1CAN GOVERNOR.
Raleigh, N. c.. Nov. 4 (Sp?ciale- Hryan ha* un?
doubtedly carried this State by not less than
](V?iO. His vole is far in BSOCSS of that of Wnt
son for (?overnor. who Is defeated by Russell,
Republican. The Democarta end Pnpulleta have
roted solidly for the Paalon elector?. Congreaa
man Bettle, oi th* Yth District. Is defeat.-,i by
Kitchen Democrat, by 100. The vote in the
villth District between Llaey. Republican, and
Doughton, Democrat, is rery cloae and In doubt.
The other seven district? are certainly .?gainst
th.- Democrats The Legislatura i? anti-Demo
cratlc in both houses.
IB* ti?- t'alted Pre*s.)
Raleigh, N. c. Nov I.?The Republican Btata
Chairman says, at n o'clock to-night, upon the
latesl electoral return, thai it will lake th.? officiai
c runl ti determine a* betwi en Brysa and IfcKIn
ii y. The contest is exceedingly .lose.
Canton, <?Mo. Nov. i--Senator Qua;/ lelegmphed
.Major McKinley lo-day that Chairman Holton, of
North Carnllha, claims that State for the Repub?
licans by 13,000 plurality
MINNESOTA 8TAND8 FIRM.
MKINLEVS PLURALITY ABOUT fttBS-RS*
PITBLICAN BTATK TICKET AND CON
QRKSSsIBN ELECTED.
st. Patii. Nov. 4 ?Returns are sufficiently com
plete for Minnesota thin "V ning to indicate clear?
ly how the Stale has none. McKinlev has a plu?
rality of perhaps a little more than 80,000, hav
ir.g carried St Paul by 4,400and Minneapolis by
(i\.'too.
Th.- Republicans also elect all their State
ticket it was thought for a while this afternoon
that Clougti (H'-i'i ?as defeated for Governor.
but returns received up to !i p. m. show that h>'
lias defeated Lind by ? plurality of from ">.|KKI
to 10.000. All the rest of the ticket is elected by
20,000
The Republican? also x?f all of the ?even c??n
gressmen Towne the silver leader -a bo made
the race in the Vlth District is apparently de
feated by leea than ."?(?? In the vllth District
Lommen (Pop.) is defeated by Eddy (Rep.) by
over 2.."?Of? Tlie Legislature Is overwhelmingly
Republican, that petty having carried at least
eighty-live of the 114 districts
1/ ISSACBU8ETT8.
COMPLETE UNOFFICIAL RETURNS SHOW A
PLURALITY OF I?,1N FOB THE
QOOD ('AUSE.
Hoston, Nov. 4.??Complete return* from this
Stat", though nnofllrinl and BUbJecl to revision,
uiv'- the following votes for President ; Bryan,
102.035; McKinley, 207.787: Palmer. 11.810 lie?
Kinley's plurality. 11'.."..182. In 1888 the t"tal
vote was: Cleveland. 170.818; Hnrrtson. 282,814.
Harrison's plurality, 20.001,
The complete voti for Governor let Prince, in?
tu? Williams. 101.007; Wolctt 'J.M'. JVJ. W..I
eotfd plurality. l?V*?tfl9 in 1880 the total rote
was- flreenhalge, 180.280; Williams. 121/4*8.
Oreenhalge'a plurnltty, 04.081.
Only two towns in ne entire State wer- car
lied by Williams ' Rluchatonc and Alford?the
former bj l? plumlity and the latt'-r by ?
plurality of one, ?hll< ?he Presidential vote in
Alford was a ?!??.
The returns on the biennial amendments are
not >ci complete, bul both smendinents ar.- de?
feated by 23.000 to 80.000 majority.
(if the thirteen Congressmen elected, sil bol
on-, Fitzgerald, in the IXth District, at- R.
publicans, the delegation remaining praetleallj
Ihf same as si presi nl Their mnj<nilles, actual
or partly approximated, si ?
M-'H t. Nf.ni' M < "?
i \- ;-v ii Wrist I . ... ' ? '?
t?T. II. ?illlell . - "-'.
:i ! sept? H Walker. 12 ??!*
I i;- ir- W w ? m ?il i . 12.041
r. \" ?: Ki < I.STJ
s iv. M. m ? !-.-. 'i m*
7 U i: II.r ? II. 1 I
*?S XV. M . i ? -'? -
t? lohn 1 i ' . MfS
in .- ,;:'?; I I! ir .?? - . 2 lid
11 ?' I . ,12 ?'??
12 W ?? l/>verlns .
i:t .i hn Klmpkin* . 10.? ?
Th.- Executive Council ?III <? onalsl of eight Ro.
publlrans, the single Democratic membei "f last
year's C mni II, John H Bulllvsn, being defented
for a re-election bj Isaac H Allen, an S? Uva rol
or.'d Republican politician of Boston, i>\ about
'_'7."i plurality. It is nnderstood tbat Mr Sullivan
will ask f'>r a recount.
The tu-xi Senate ?rill stand 33 Republicans and
." Dem?crata the same na al present Th.- House
win contain '-'"l Republicans and .'('.i Dem?crata
a gain of 7 for th?- Republicans,
CONNECTICUT.
Tin: REPUBLICAN 'IAIN NOT LIKELT TO BE
SURPASSED IN ANY OTHER STATE
Hartford]. Conn., Nov. 4 -Th?- total vote ?<f the
stat.- is 174.133. McKinley'* plurality i? 53.839;
Cook? 's clear majority for fjovemor, 44.840.
in 1V?'J Cleveland's plurality wan 0-383, so that
this year's vot>- shows s Republican gain not en
ceded In proportion by any other State in the
Union.
Cooke, Republican, for Governor, has a major?
ity ?if 44.34m, and a plurality of 3fc388 over Sar?
gent, Silver i lemocrnt.
Bryan carries only three of the 108 towns "f
the Stat", New town. New- Kali "Held and Nauga
tuck.
The twenty-four Senators are all Republicans
by pluralities ranging from Simi to 3,100. The
House will stand '_'2n Republican* to :',<\ Dem??
crata with two ti.s. Ifurlborough and Brauford.
The Republican majority on Joint ballot ?rill be
:;] l.
Tin- pluralities on Congressmen are remark
aid.-. Henry, 1st l>istrl?t. 10,842; Sperr) lid
District, 13,032; Russell. Hid, 7,800; Hill, IVth,
ir.dH'i.
New-Haver, Conn., Nov. I.?The complexion
Of the in :<? Legislature assured by yesterday's
election, will be s Senate unanimously i?>puh
li?an, a gain of one over last year. Two towns
an- >.-t t., be beard from, bul the House ,,f
Representatives ?rill probably stand: Repub?
lican, 213; D?mocratie, 27 This insures the re?
election to th.- United Stat'-s Senate of o ||
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tlon in this ritv wa-.? mur1..- yesterday, and It was
?aid that, with the figures for four election dis
trtcts still f'issitm. M< Kinley's plurality In the
iity was 19,063. Th- vote in th.- city for Preal?
dent was footed up as follows:
M.KInl?y
Bryan ...
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1*4.2*7
Palm?
Match
5.113
1,M
In compiling tal.l.s from the unofficial re?
turns, no count was made of the v<il<-s for
Levering, the Prohibition candidate, who re?
ceived less than 1,999 according to an i sti
mate based on th" returns from a numher of
scattering districts. That Chari.s M. Matchett,
the Socialist-Labor candidate, received more
rotes than were cast for General Palmer, the
candidate <.r th- National Democracy,caused
surprise amona tin- local politician?. Th.- vota
for Matchett by Assembly districts Is shown
in tlie appended table:
AaatmUjr
1.:-??;. :- Ml
A ??trebly
Dl?trlrt*.
is m
nrf ?so
?a\ j;
tea ?a
tst
j
hi".
IPO ?.-.i
?,- so
n; :ii
4>r ::??.
I ,'?.-t
7!? I M
:?? 39
IS.
ieu
It
?.i
m 7
ri
17t?
140
.Ma.-?, d ?Hatrk t. -'?'
T.? .T.?l
With th.- returns from eight election illstriets
missing, th?- recount of the unofficial returns
yesterday showed that the vote for Governor In
this city was as follows:
li.. K .it.. ??12
'? ?- ?"> .'?"???S
i ?? ? m ???' ?? . ..:.'.
Italkam <S l.i. ..-,?;,
- plurality . *' ,u
Tie- vote f..r IJeutenant-novemor, twenty
live election districts n..t heard from, was as
follows:
w
itnKI fB.!J-1-?J
? ..,.. ?n . .is.
7.I-.7
? Ml
a -47
M nrl-h? .v ?i i .
I.- i.i .
? ITa | M -..i'v. .
The ,.t |-ni from thirty six election districts
wen missing In the rots for Coroner, which
w;im footed ut- is follows:
;?.?? n .it i.
-, il .
? N I ?.
I. .
I...
137 ""?i
S i M
i a
With '.H.?ii election districts missing, the vote
i in th.- city on tie- Constitutional Amendment
Vins a? fnllOWSt
\ . .MTU
N .|n:i>:i
- '
IN THK CONORKM DIRTRICTB.
MWSFUI VRHSt?AOR Mil IHM. lu:.MI.KV .IM
MINOS s: i./i I' M*i i.i'l t ?V hi<\n'"V
l|| ,-..; | . m av. W \l:l. .'i ??? BSSVI I.
Th.- resull of the electl ?n In the Congress dis?
trict? ..f this rlty furnished some surprises.
Pranklln Bartlett, who was nominated bj ihe
Republicans and National Democrats In the
vilth Dlstrl? t ".is regarded as a stn ng candi?
date, M |.o MTOUld pr. ,l.;i !s-, rCCelVS a majorttj of
the Votes III the dtStrtCt Willie 111- HK?<1-- ?
suet essfui canvass in Richmond County, which
h., carried bj mon than I.B00 plurality, the
overwhelming Tammany vote in the lowei part
of this ?it-, prevented his reflection. His op?
ponent. John H. O. V'ehslage, th?' Tammany and
??liver candidat?? ht s coal-dealer who Is little
known to the public except for ? term of service
in the Assembly, Th?- contest between J Mur
lay Milihell and .lames J. Walsh, in th?- Vlllth
District, was carrh-d >?n with the greatest bitter
n.-ss. as the resull Df the election two years ago
In the same dtstrtcl wa:? contented, and Mr.
Mitchell won, after h car. fui Investlantlon i>> ?
committee of Congresa on the ground of s large
fraudulent vote for his opponent Mr. Mitchell
made .i useful member of Congress In the short
term of service, ami his sure and more emphatic
victory over Mr. Walsh this year ?a;- well re?
ceived by ai: friends of the sound-mone) cause,
The closeness of the contest In the IXth l'ls
trlct between Timothy .1. Campbell and Thomas
J. Bradley lefl the result uncertain for many
hours after the polls had closed, but later figures
indicated Mr. Campbell's defeat
The election of Amo? j. Cummlngs in the Xth
District was not unexpected Ferdinand Bid
| man. the Republican candidate In the Xltli Dis?
trict, made ? sir.m| canvasa and it was thought
thai he might be successful in overcoming the
iisun'. Democratic vote in th? district Th? tltc
tion of Wiii'am Bulaer, th?- suce ui candidate
for Congress in thai dlattict i* regarded as ?
misfortune, as he has only used his ofllolal placea
in the Intereal of the baser Tamm n> Hall ele?
ment Qeorgc B, McCleilan. who was successful
lu theXllthCoagress District, may perhaps vote
against anj free rllver legislation.
Tin- strom: movemeni toward Republicanism
In the upper par! <>t New-Tork City resulted In
retaining the present Republican representation
ii>- Increased majorities. Mr. Shannon, of the
XHIth District has made ? r.i reputation f'>r
himself save Representative; Lemuel i". ?.?uigg, in
the M vth District, showed exceptional popular?
ity, and Philip n. Low, of the x\ih District,
has. us tin- remit of vigorous am' well-directed
effort, n large majority over ex-Police Justice
Burke. In the With District the numher of
votes cast for B. L Palrehlld was small, only 199
all told. In this city. The With District gives a
much larger majority for Mr. Ward this year
than It did for Mr. Palrehlld In 1994.
Mr. QulKg Incitas, d his malorlt?, from li.HOO
two years ago to more than 19,990 this year, and
In Mr. Low's district th>- majority has grown
from 4.MK1 to nearly T.f90 The latest r?>turns
show the vote In the Congress district? to he:
VIITII OtaTRICT.
Franklin nnrtl?tt lit. snl N. I?). 3 744
.(..?in H 0. V?ntl??a <l?.i. ?;?.,,
John 11 M...r?if*. I, ? . ?3
V.h?lnt?'? pliirnlliv In th? city . o KA
VIlITIt MSTItlfT.
??M Murr??- MttesMtD ?It. r.n.l N. I>>. . irlnii'i
J?m?f .1 Walsh it? nnit P.). SUU
W. f. \\>?trrfl?Iit is. I..?. 107
Mlt.-ht-ir* plurality. I 17H
(Two el?ctl,,i. .lutrlrt? ml??tna.)
IXTH IiISTllU'T
Tlm-.thy J f.mph.-ll (II ?nd M, Hi. B 21n
Th'.ms? J. I'nidl.y ? I?, an.I IV). 10 no?,
I??nl?l I>? I^,,n iS I,.)..'. 411S
l?raill?y? plurality. ??7K,.
XTH I'lSTHUT.
Hsr-n.-, \V. M?h,|? .n>. M MM
.?nie? .1 Oimnilnit? II'. and P.?. IS.UM
< iilvln T..ml?ln? <\. p.?. iu,
William Roo4) rs i?i. ..."".. 3?"
I'nniinliii;?-? piuralltt ..'..'.','.".'.'.'.'.' SU,'??
(On? ?l?rl|on <lls.trl.-t mls?!ns;.l
X1TII MSTHIi-r.
IVplinsnl Kidman iHi. lit 4.1!.
William Suli?r (I), sml P.?. I2?OS9
Thou?? .1. I'.mn.r (X. Ii.i. '. 247
Rtrmaa MUltr (S, m....". '.'..'.'..... 1777
SulT.-r'? plurality. 1 js.
d in.' rJanln illstrlct mls.?lnt.)
XIITII IUHTHKT.
Charit? A Hess 1 lt.,. l(i.ttrt:i
?.""C?".'.1.,,"'''.'''"'" "'? "n,t B. D.i. r.'.:i"?i
M. M mil?v IP.). , 7?i?
?"haile. I;. i'.,pii is 1, 1 "iiil
W. rt. Il.il.li? (Pro.):... '.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.\.'.\'.]..' m
MeCltllan'a plumiity.'...............'.'. 1 ml
iThre? rlc-i|nn rtl.trli-i? mlw ng I
XHITH IUSTRHT.
Hlch*r(| r. Slmnn.in ?K.I. .. IB 41?
Thrtmas Mam (!?.) . . la'aar
Ji.??ph II. Ma.M?n iN. D.1. ???.i
IsMor Phillips iS. I?,.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. Iim
hhann-m's gdiirnllty. * . 14*1
tont ?lection dlttrlct milting.').
XIVTH DISTRICT.
Lemuel E. Qui** (R >?????.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 2l!
John Q. A<1*m? Ml and P.). ? <,?
("hart?-? V. Forne? IN. D.). ?#."
Richard MorUn (K. U). . 10,041
uulsr's plurality .?? ? ? ? ? ?.
(Four ?lection rlletrirt? missing->
XVTH WSTRICT.
Philip P. Low (R and N- D.)."''| 2l| "
William H. Bark* (U.t.
g. K. Th..mn? (.-- I*>........ O.f2?
Low'* plurality.??.
(Kmir elertlen districts ml'slnir.?
XVITH IHSTRICT.
William t.. Ward (SU.'?'? ?sir
Eugen? B. Travis (D.I..... 4T
James V. Lawrenc* ll*. D.I. 1?X
Ben L rairehlM iM. R?)."\ 7fts
Lucien Rantal '8 U >...-?? ??.' ' 7(M
n ird'* plurality la las rtty.,".?'',""
fTwiaty-thre* ei?-<in .iistrict? missing.)
REPRESENTATION IN THE ASSEMBLY.
INCREASE 0? FOIR KKITHLR'ASS -TAMMANY'S
MCLWATION REDUCED TO TWKNTV-THRKE.
The Republican raprhsentStlon In the Assem?
bly from New-York City ?rttl be Increased as a
mult of Tuesday's election. Of those who
served in the last legislature. Charles S Ad?
ler of the vinth District. George C. Austin, or
the XXIst District: Patrick H. Murphy, of the
XXVth District, and Harvey T. Andrews, of the
XXXIst District, have again been elected on
the Republican ticket. Some of them made ex?
cellent records in the last Legislature. Richard
van Cott takes th?> place of George Ortgory m
the Vth District and Robert liaset the place of
A. C. Wilson In the XlXth District, and Law?
rence B. Brown the p!u< e of ft <i. French. In
the XXIXth District. There was some feeling
over the failure of Mr. French to obtain a n
nomlnation.
The increase ()f four In the Republican repre?
sentation in the Assembly from this city Is due
to the strong development of sound-money feel?
ing in the upper part ol the city. The districts
In which there is a gain of Republican Assem?
blymen are all above One-hundred-and-elghth
St. Richard Cilb'laiid. who was chosen In the
XXIIId District, is a successful business man,
with an excellent reputati?;? for honesty and in?
dustry. James P. Degnan and l'hlllp W. Rein
hard, Jr.. In the xxxillil and XXXtVth dis?
tricts have been well-known Republican poli
tl? lans. and Mr. Reinhard in his previous serv?
ice In the Legislature was chairman of the ??<?m
mlttee which Investigated the sweat-shop sys?
tem and prepared measures to reform some of
the abuses whbh bad grown up. Douglas
MattieWSOn. In th. XXXVtfa District, is a de?
cided improvement upon A. C. Butta the Tam?
ilian:. Assemblyman who has represented the
tttstriet previously In the Legislature.
The districts which ??gain elect Tammany can?
didates will be represented in the ru-xt Legis?
lature In many cases by those who served In th?
last Legislature. Few of them are men of ability
or Influence. There will be twenty-three Tarn
many representatives this year, inst'-ad of the
twenty-seven win represented that organisation
in the last Legislature The pluralities by
whi'ii th?* Assemblymen were elected are:
Mat.
I?Finn (T i over i'.-/.. 11 'it). i.'nl
1 h.riv cri ..\.-r Kllboy 'It *ntl N D.I. 1.481
;t Leonard IT.) over lloennlns*r <R.). 1 666
I It .. I.e iT i ??? "I t*MW 'HI. I.1M
:. Vhii '..it 111. I ?ver IVestoa (T i. 1 ,S5S
?; Sullivan IT.) over Palmlerl (R.|. I.10S
: Hurt (T.) .v.-r Basier ot.). 74.1
I \.|>? |R. uni N Hi ovef I!-.. (T.I. 1.013
!i M.iecabf <T i ..v?r lil?. kuuin (ft)._ B?S
III Kempn?r 'Ti ..wr Batllvari .it,. s;
II ?lleilhlll (T.I "Vr Le? ,|? i . . 7714
13 .-.hiiiiuii .1 .i Maas m?. and N. I? ?. M
la T an r (T.) - ?? ei ?' ti.lit ill i . | I3U
i? Kr??/ iT.I over nriweaian ?i: i . _. 1.127
1.1 Mr era iT.I - re* Van Horn iit.i. 1.221?
Id Hoffman ?T.I over \'..ik-i ill.?. v.?;
IT Dempf? ? ?T i ovei Uoyd ili.?. I.03U
Is pal) ili .wr hdlcr ill.?. I.6SS
lit Me.?i .It i ..wr linrv ?:ii ?T.I. 3.471
20 iv.rrlgas iT.I over FSdlleh ill >. 1.626
-?l Amain iR.l o? er Murray ' r.? . 4.183
?-"-' I .i and S. i'i ov*r L#wl? iit.i. I s,-,t
33 <"JIII-lan.l 'Iti ."..- Il:.v>n IT.I. 127'!
:\ ritsgeraM iT.I over /?--if-. IR.l. T3S
23 Murph*. IR > urn ?J.tvan IT.I. 3 72.1
IB Undrew* ?T.I oi -i Sovak ilti. ?;.-.
^: !.. -ni ??- ib ? -?- ? m - - i._. a.i js
I* ? ; -4 (T.I over Sherman iR.) . 1 is7
26 Broten iR.) ovsr Pwrdj iT.) . ?nil
'-> M? ??? " ? i H ' km ?? .it i . .. :.s-j
11 Andrew? iR ? i: ... n ?T ?. 4.203
: ' '? ??*??? r IT.) ? ? Il m il! '. .131
v. Iiegnan iR I r?v*f Walsh iTI . 2i4
-??l Rtlnhar I ?R.I ,. TSH
'.". M .'???? ton i H ver Olli i r ?.l."3?j
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NEW-YORK CITY'S VOTE POR PRESIDENT.
I si?! |sj,5
Aa**nib|y ' Mc I < Pal- I itrat'u.
dii'ri.-t. I Kmi.'v Brj ni ?n- mer. Kin* ISM
1 . 1.015 6.234] 88 I m: :t. 148 5.7*3
X . 170* 4.(11 57 i .'."1' 4.886 7 ?'?:
3 . 1.21*1 4i?i as s.tTS ?-i4 a.664
4 .' 2*14 4"34 r.'t I.?S2 4.nl4' Mt?>
.1 . 4.!'''-'' S.SBB -.'4.? :i,2iK .! 244? h.yii
?; ? 411 4 $11 77 " II? 4 S2? '.i 1"!
7 .1 .tots: 16711 OS 2?M1 4:*4i S.SS4
5 ...... . 2.51-1 ; -. ? i ? 1 .'7 7 I'.ist B.SuI
I?. 4 -f. I.23S 133 - k7" 4 l.M U.441
:?? . :; s?'.4 ;i.-.'.i7 >?? -j .:i'> JO ?51?
11 . :?-?ixl S.flsM la? 21'".? .?.?!2?i 7!>l^
\-:. 2 in.-. 2 '"^i ?il' i'i2'i .''.'in T.ess
1.1 . 2.STB .! 724 43 I.S?3 3.1.12 7 4.1 i
i? . S.SMI 4.30H IS' 2 11.4 I.2S2 MM
13 .; l.xit S.S3.1 M 23'.'? 3 Ml T.SSI
I*. 8 324 It .2'.-! ?I 11*77. S.T39 S. Ill
17 . I Ols ?""' s, o,,..] ;t ,i ; si'j-.'
I IS . 2'.M7 4 7''.'.' Ms 1 :h?i 4 s?l h.?;t?,|
!? . 7.40*. .". 4ii7 133 4 "??il M-s.".s 12 172
'jii ,., -Mf-A r, hit I3S ?.?sM 4 7'irt s !>'??
I ?? se ?:<<?? Os SO". 4 IST! 13 !?i7
22 .1 r. 41? 4.2741 134 2.4M' 4.510' ?.783
, ,-.. - ;, .,..,. a,*>|] li ?
124 .| B.M0I S.S83 17.1 1847 4 (.TV M12
i ....... ? ' .?.-..?-.....- -.
:? .I Mill M* IIS 1.7s|? 3 287 T.372
. ' o I.Ml>? I'.'S . I'm ? ?-?! ?. :???.-,
; 2s. 3 4'-!' 3.8T4 M 3.033 4.103 S.S3S
., , T.sm t i".!?'' "'.1 .1 oui .t?:i:i m i-'i
4-.cn 4 ?7s ?*?* 1S2? 4 M-.I 10 ?|-,
'31 .1 *.;?? *Ss; nu;1 40|s' 3 7M 12217
... l ' ? ' " ' l '" 1 ""? 4 M ? f s ? ?
; ,11 .1 4 ?2V M3SI IS? 202:.' 4"i2' ?.in?
i ... :?.'?'. ?,154 ?."?.' 4 sti a.sjn ir..47S
l --. s.> . . ???,?> ;..,s -, ?i i a ?rr? i- ???
| Ann?? ....? 1111 I.S1S H SKI t.SOll .1313
T.'.i. IM.?U> 134.2*1 ?.'?i-. 07.4Tr't4t.13S:?ni>.l??
MeKlnUy'a plurillty, I0*MS, fear ?Iwtlon dl*trlet* mis?
! lag.
VOTE FOR OOVERNOR.
I-.is?.;- .__| -- -1??,-,-1 Rogls
AK?mhly I I Pal- | | trat??.
I I Black Porter. lOrlfDn m.-r. Km*. : ISM
1 . I.TS0 3. .141! lOb I. I'M 3.11.1 .". 7"M
lilts ? 4TC ?is 1.5011 1.3*0 7.'.'s7
3 . .1 iCH 4 .Vt-1 H"i 22711 42?? s.'st?
4 . LSI? 4 "7'.' 2". ITM 4'Ut M6?
?.' 4 077 Jt.tt.'? 3?^ .1 ?.'.s :t2|n s;, |
0. 1.308 4.6131 61 ISIS I.??2? ?.1.^2
7 .< '? 7s7 4 77' IfS 3.8S8 4 24? 6.386
1 . 2''si I !>i| 4>l 1777 1 ?ST .\ .'.CiT
? .I 4.773 4331: ls.l 2.S7S 4.121 0.411
im . 3 -. ??: :? cil i(7 2.3IH :'.:.., s ,i.,
II .| .Leu 3.8361 1601 3,254 3 6301 7 042
IS . 2.17' .'?".i" 78 1,830 8.I8S 7 eis
13 .? 2 775 3.727 St 1.9761 6.613 7 ?30
14 . 3.147' 4.47.2 I2.'.| 2.KI4 4 212 M78
II . 6,ITS] 4.022 71' 2.31t4, S..".?:t 7'.'s
Id .I 8 12? .1.471' ss 1,076 3.7:1? s.ni
17 .' Js?? 4 2?l us 6,061] 6.883 6.042
15 .I 2.708! (W 27H 1 !*?i 4 ss] si;?,;
I? .' (I :??7 S 1?: C4?i 4.3401 8 MS 12 172
2(? . 2.600 5.127 124 ?0S4 4 7il(l 6.t?*J
31 . 7 "5s 8.828 648 5 ow 4 188 13 SOT
22. 8.108 4.S13 170 2?1*> 4 .vu? s rs ;
21 .' 5.B68 4 344 3.17 .1 652 4 211 11.481
21 . ' :i"11 -".'-'2 Is? I S47 4 OS* s HI
38 . n.fisii 2 2?! 4'.i0 I M6 3.808 ?Ms
M . 2 713 8.38*1 1431 l,7st>' ir?7l 7 372
27 ... ! ??.3T8 l.*S8 STS| 8860 :> is- s .ic.-,
2? . 3.107' .1?!>4' 140 2 0:.2l 4,1061 S .12H
20 .1 T.16S 1 ?'li! si2 i.SOa 8.013 |il ?\ii
30 .1 3 721 4.183 120 2*22 43el' to-'i",
.11 .I 7.7sl' 8.1411 .''21 401?' 37>M' 12 ?>7
t? . 4.107' 50441 (11 277?li 4 4471 10*07
3.1 .' 4.ISI 4.063 ISO 1683 4.043 ??'i*
il . lisa B.MII 2?.*i 4>7i ajan ni;*
M . T.BS8 ?V??o 1381 1,884 ?', .172 id en
Anii-\ ... 1.4-13 I 400 52 M>0 I.SOll 1,113
Totals Md.no I3S.TS8 8,0701 ?7.47(1 141 l.id 330.676
trn.-l-? [I'ir.'U'--. d.411. cliht ?teetstM* llaMCtS mlsxlnp.
VOTE FOR CORONER.
A???ml>l\- I Tu' M11I 'n-j Dorf ir.nl I I'nr
dlatrleta. hill. Bau*eli| baeh 1 m?nn.' t.ui. rey.
I . I I.TSJI 3.334 041 2? 1.11? 8.184
3 . 2.170 4.401' 6\i 131 1.502 4 24*
3 .' 2.*V 4.3881 ?41 631 2.4rtli 3 07?
4 .! 2.40*1 3.7IW 72 ?123 1.704 8 ?17
5 .I 4 ?** 3."4'1 3H2 211 3.884 2 731
S . I J.274 4.>'20i 7rt; 230' 2.431 4^324
7 .1 S.?-H4 l.rWl1 lei .I S. l?sT' S 868
8 . 2.2??7 1 ?21 41 MS l.rtSS1 | ??ft
S . 4 ('70 4.147 177 4? 3.3t?1 3 ?4?
10 . 8,6681 3.4H.1 142' ?02 3.4681 8.220
H .' 3 17t?1 3.021 |0r 11.1 2.702 3241
I* .' 2 25? 3.004. 7" l.(i2fl 1.504 2 732
18 .1 2,861 3.374 ."il 126 2 217 3 417
I 1? .I 1122 4.430 661 4541 8.619 S.TM
I 13 . 2?s'i afSS 5?'. 2 737 ? ?rtd
1? .' 3.010 r?.f>*,l ?4 ?02 L07I 3 3?d
I }' .? 2.?"i i.? 107;.1 2.320 SsiS
[ |J . ?TST 5.C20 2071 101 2.445 4.3*6
R .! IK I?! 11 ? 02 2.184 4.43?
?t . 7,?-?4 3.583 .'.;.t ?8' 4.4.V?' 2.54(1
! 22 . 3.001' 4.124 l?7 12?> 2.720 4!074
g . ?070! 4.1*1 SN l?d 4.IO1 6.166
3* . 3.1??! 3,816 17? 316 2.0O?' 3 .-,75
?I .; f'.*>N 1.220' 173; 1] 4,021' 2;2ii?
2? . 2.S70: 3.2.13 154' 50* Luna 2.054
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BRYAN HOLDS N ERR ASK A.
THE FFSION STATF TICKET AND LEGISLaV
TIKE ALSO Kl.K?TEP.
Omaha. N?>li. Nov. 4. -Official returns frotn
Nebraska, including; I.?master and P?.'u*l?a>
the heavy Republican strongholds, r*celv??j|
to s il. m.. give Bryan .vu'is?; McKinley, ?w
?hi.*?: Holcorab (Fuoton), For Governor, 7n,vR\
afaeeoll iRep.), 28^166. ?"talon C r.Rn?BBM
are elected In all bul the 1st and lid m?*?
trletl Th? Legislature will probalily hav? ?
small Fusion majority.
PENNSYLVANIA.
THE KEYSTONE STATE Doks NOBLY WtPM
A IM.l'RAI.ITY OF -*TT>J*
Philadelphia. Nov. 4.?The latest eatlmate?
from all counties In I'cnnsvlvanla to the Fnltea
Associated Presses rIv?? a plurality mtXTTjBmBm
McKinley.
The complete vote of this city ?live? McKlnWf
112,900 Plurality: Crow (Ind Rep.), for Sheriff,
has 10.171! plurality
COLORADO.
IVnver. Nov. 4 (Special).?Colorado was car?
ried by nryan and Bewail by about 7?.0IW.
Hailev, the Populist, la elected r.overnor. and
the Populists also have the Legislatur? and twe
Conjrreaamen.
BRYAN CARRIES MISSOURI.
HI8 PIARAI.ITY ESTIMATED- AT ?ADO?.
St. I???***, Nov. 4?Missouri Is estimated for Bryan
at 60.000 plurality; Stephen?, for Oovernor, wtK
ably have 40.00<i plurality.
LOUISIANA.
New-Orleans. Nov. t (Sped*,:) -Later rtturnii frta*
I^ultlana confirm the first f?tlm.lte?. flvlnf BryM
the State by between 30,000 and H.OOn. All ?I? BJ?
?liver i'onj?re?smen are elected by from M"? ,0 BMW
plurality._
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Columbia. 8. O. Nov. 4 (BpeeUD.-No chal*???
the situation here has developed since MO? ^*B~?
dispatches were ?int. The vote wa? the ?*?*"'.
record on account of the new re?l?tra|Ujn requ
meats. All the Democratic ? on*r?^? ^?cai
elected. The combined Palmer and Rtpuw?
voles do not e?ce??d 10,000.
__-_-k ?
VIRGINIA.
Richmond, Va.. Nov. ?.-The mtjortty ??*" JJJJ
and Bewail In Virginia will reach 8.000. ?*" ^
cratlc Congressmen are certainly ?J??*???;- *?*"?
U'lci? ate In doubt.

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