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THE LVTH CONGRESS.
THE SENATE PRQP.ABLY REPUBLICAN
AND FOR SOUND MONEY.
A SfRSTAVTIAT. VXKTVBXXAH AND BOUWD MONEY
MAJORITY IN THK HOCSfl < iF nEPRESKN
TATIVES?THE F1TTATION IN THE
IPl'Kli BRAXCH OF COM?
OIUBM ANALYZED.
I.ate returns from the States beyond the Mis?
sissippi. IndlcntinR th?- capture by the llryan
and Fusion forces of one or two additional seats
In the United States Senate, threaten to limit the
Republican and sound-money strength In the
upper branch of Congress after March 4 next
to a bare quorum. ?Pao Legislatures in Wash.
ington, Kansas and Missouri are now conceded
to -how working Popocratlc pluralities, while
the political complexion of the South Dakota
l?gislature Is still doubtful. California and
N< rth Dakota will return Republican Senators.
Delaware'! Legislature li admitted to be Demo?
cratic, which means that a Democratic Senator
?vil! le sent to Washington to press a claim to
the seat vacated bjr Anthony Hlgglns on March
4 IM'.* In North Carolina It Is not yet appar?
ent what forces will control the next Legislature,
but it is more than likely that the Republican
populist fusion on legislative candidates has
been ?ocacetnttul, and that Mr. Prltchard or some
other Republican will be chosen as Chairman
Marlon Butler'? colleague.
Though the Republican side In the Senate has
r, r-i-lvcd ? mat-rial reinforcement as a result
of Tuesday's election?, its strength had been so I
reduced by lb? 'b-s-rtion silver or nothing contin- j
gent from the mining States that It can scarcely ?
hope to do more than make up its losses of last
June, and P ?a? ri a parly control of the Senate ;
vlt'.i the aid of the Vice-President's vote. Un?
less further losses are reported from the States
still in doubt, the Republican party vote in the
Senate afier March 4 will probat ly be forty
five-one short of a self-registering majority.
The opposition forces are likely to be split up
Into f?ur fact !..ns?Sound Money Democrats,
Si'.ver Democrats. Silver Senators pure and
?.imple, and Populista. The latest returns In- ;
dlcate that there will be thirty Silver Demo?
crats in the chamber, four Sound Money Demo?
crats, five Silver Senators and six Populists.
If South Dakota and North Carolins are car?
ried by the Popocratlc legislativ* ticket, one
Silver Democrat and cne Populist will be added
to the opposition, which Will then be an actual
majority. Six of the Senators classed as Repub?
lican.-?- Bhoup, of Idaho; Wolcott, of Colorado:
Carter, of Montana; Mitchell, of Oregon, and
Clnrk and Warren, of Wyoming?have hereto?
fore v..ted for free silver coinage measures, while
the four Senator? classed as sound-im nejr men,
as well as five Rryan Democrats Messrs. ?bir?
man. Of Maryland; Murphy, of New-York; Mills,
of T"\.is. Martin, Of Virginia, and Mitchell, of
Wisconsin?hsve heretofore opposed free coin?
age legislation. Th? actual ?ound-monejr
strength In th.- Senat.- will not, therefore, differ
greatly fr..m the Republic?? party strength In
the Senate.
i .f the ninety Senators who will be entitled to
Feats after Mai. h 3, D'.'T. fifty-eight hold "V-r
from th-- present Congre?. They can be divided
pol.ticalhjr as follows: Republicans, 28; D ?mo rats
20; Bound-Money Dem?crata *: silver Men. :\,
Populists, :'.. Thirty-two vacancies are to be
filled from the foil iWlng States Alabama. Ark?
ansas. California, Colorado, Connecticut, Dela?
ware, Florida. Georgia, Idaho. Illinois, Indiana.
Iowa, Kentucky. Louisiana. Maryland. Mississip?
pi Missouri. Nevada, New-Hampshire, New
Tork. N-irth Carolina, North Dakota Ohio, Ore
g. n. Pennsylvania. South Carolina, South Dak ??
ta. Utah, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin,
Republican Senator? have succeeded themselves
already in Iowa and Vermont, and two additional
?eat? have be? n gained In ? >?ii<> and Maryland lo?
th" choice of J. R. Foraker and George L. Wel?
lington to susceed Calvin B. Brice and C. H
Gibson. Democratic Senator? bave also been
rhr.sen in Mississippi and Louisiana t.. suctreed
Democrats. In Kentucky the presen! Legislature,
which is to choose a successor t.. J, C. s. Black?
burn, has n'.v a Republican majority of two, and
ought to be able to elect ? Republl? an next win?
ter at Frankfort. In these six States it is now
spparenl that th? present Republcan repre
??nation will be maintained?California, Con?
necticut, New-Hampshire, North Dak-.ta. Penn?
sylvania anl Oregon. Democrats will,succeed
I>emocrats In these six States: Alabama. Arkan?
sas. Florida. Georgia, Missouri and South Caro
Una, Populist Senators will probal-ly be returned
from Nevada and Kansas
In New-York, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin
four Republicans will replace Messrs. Hill, V..or?
nee?.. Palmer an 1 Vllas. In Washington a sliver
S*-nat..r, Squire, will be succeeded by a Demo?
srat Colorado will return Senator Teller, and
another silver mai will replace Drown, a straight
Repui'li'-an. in Utah Dubois, a silver Senator,
win probably be dlsp-1 In Idaho :n favor
of a Populist.
The Hern cratic side will gain a seat in Dela?
ware-the one from which Colonel Dupont was
HMaded last spring by a close v ite in the Senate.
If Booth Dakota's Legislature li Republican the
Populists will i .?-? the seal whir h Mr. Kyle no?
holds. North Carolina will probably r.-turn a
Republican In the |?.rs .n of Prltchard, the sitting
Senator. As a resull of Tuesday'?, election, there?
fore, the Republican sldi has mad- a net gain of
six seats, which, considering the unusual condi?
tions prevailing In many Western States, Is an
achievement of the ?lost cre.ntal.le and sub?
stantial sort
The following table will shi w 'he make-up of
the Senate after March 4 next:
Tin: SENATE OF 18B7-8B
AI.A1:.\MA
Monaaa (D.?.. ??aI-?,,.,,?,.,
ARKANSAS
???W ?- (D.).un.-;
CAU1 URX1A.
law ? rjt).tsos
COU iRADO.
:-:'" - ta.).tan
.l.'TI'VT
- '? ? m.).isas
DBUtWARC.
Dl.lSsS-<D.).li*0t
riiOitiiiA
l>S? -(II. 1 .liMft
West M^St
^Jl?V w trade, su?t * "f^ar-V
CywRELIABLEwyHf)
CARPETS
THE "GRIP OF COLD.'1
K-.ory OsM ?rfegiBB? to l.uy cnr\*<u. ! .,U? sysMHkl f.ir th?
?U tar th? Ihs-1 m.n?>- -?asm sjoM ?,.,, ,,,,. ,?..,,, tx.
HMva arts., ??au ?rill ih?> ti,,i,k of Mm bargain? ta . ?
tm? ?osMbtt ay Um raeaai fir-r A areHi rarttty ol .*
?luiiit.imental Kut? that ?ran ?4bjhUi hail?] by imofc?
?J)a *it?r.
On? bait? (about M nun) averaginc
:.ft.?ii..x4fi.nrm.$-,.7';,
One bah? (about .">() rngi) aTeraginu
4ft.?>in.x<ift.r,?Ti.|9j5
J??? KASY T? KIN" A K,Z,: T" ?TW ALMOST ANY
? " , As "Oata aiu: LOXQ and NARROW. SOatl
M.ahia syi ARE.
_ ?w\?>X? OR CREDIT
(OWPERTHWAIT ?tg
104,106 and 108 West 14* St.
NEAR 6?AV.
**v7i Stores: FhtbushAvnecvFt?ionSL
pOMMERV
"SEC"
and
Champagne Nature (Yin Brat).
SERVED at the Banquets
in Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
QBOR01A
A. O. Bacon CD.).1S61I-(D.).1003
IDAHO.
O. U Shiup (R.).1001-?T.).1003
ILLINOIS.
8. M. Cullom (R.).1601-(R.).100.1
INDIANA.
David Turn!? (D.).IWKi-(R.).1003
I"WA.
J. It. Gear (R.).1001 w p. Allison (R.).1003
KANSAS.
Lucien Haker (R.?.UHU-?P.?.1003
KENTUCKY.
W. L.lnd??y (P. M. D.i.KM-? (R.).1003
I-OITSIANA.
D. CatTery (S. M. D.)..1S01|W. D. McF.nerny <D.)...100I
MAINE.
Eugene Haie iR.?.I6SSIW. P. Frye (R.).1001
MARYLAND
A. P. Oorman CD.).186610. L. \Ye]1in*ton (il)...1003
MASSAI -llfSKTTS
H. C Lodtre (R.).IM?? Q, F Hoar (R.).1601
MICHIGAN.
J. C. Burrow* ?R.).|?*t| Jam? McMIllnr. (R.)....1001
MINNESOTA.
C. K. Davis (H.).ISSBI Knute Nelson tR.).1001
MISSISSIPPI.
E. C. Walthall (D.). .. lltul H. D. Money (D.).1003
MISSOURI.
F. M. Cockrel] (D.)_16SSI-? (D.).1903
MONTANA
Lee Mnntle (S).IV.r.i T. H. Carter (R.).1601
NEBRASKA.
XV. V. Allen (!'.).MSB J. M. Thursmn (R.)_1601
NEVADA.
W. M. Stewart (P.)_ISSU-. ?P.).130.1
NEW-HAMPSHIRE.
W. E. Chandler <R.)...l'.?i]-(R.).lOn.l
SKXV JERSEY.
.lame? Smith (S. M. D.).1SBS| W. J. Seweli (R.).lOOi
NEW YilUK.
E. Murphy, jr. (D.)_MBB ?-(R.) .1603
NORTH CAROLINA.
M. Butler (P.).ISMI-.1683
WORTH DAKOTA.
W. N. Roach (D.).1*001- (RI .1908
o?liO
John Sherman (RI-I8BB .1. Il P?J*Sk*f ?RI.1003
OREGON.
r, XV. M.-Itrhle (R.)_IS01-(R.) .1*13
PENNSYLVANIA.
M. S Quay (S.).IM)?-, (R.) .IOO3
RHODE ISLAND.
N. W. Allrlch (Ri_166610 P. '.Wtmre (RI.1001
SOUTH CAROLINA.
B. R Tillman lin_l!?'l -(D.).1003
SOUTH Dakota.
R. '-r PMtlgrew (8.I..160I - (R.).1003
TENNESSEE
W. B Bat* iD.1.I8SB I >: Ilarrl?'D>.1001
TEXAS
i: Q. Mill* (D.).I8BS Horace ChStoa (D.).1001
ITA1I
F. .T OSBBOa (il.1866 --'?? (Si.1003
VIROIN1A
,T W. Daniel i]\ ?.lv?. T. S. Martin ?D >.!?"!
VERMONT.
R Proctor (R.1.186S 1 B. Morrlll (R.1.ifsa
WASHINOTON.
.1 L. Wltaoa (R.) .1MB-'D >.1003
WEST VIRGINIA
r*. J Paulkn?-r (D.)....18SS B. H. Elktn? 'R.1.?OOI
WISCONSIN.
J I. Mit.-hell iro... '.s:<.-(R ?.1003
WYOMING.
<". D Clark 'Ri.ISSS K S Warren (Ri.1001
Kej.-jt.li ans . 43
Dem -rat? . ??
Sound Money Democrat*. 4
Populist* . ?
Sllvei . 5
D ubtfal ?.-r'h . 2
In the Houe* "f Representatives the RepuML
??ans win probably number 222, Democmts 11!?.
in.) l* puiists and sliver men combine?] 16. The
Republican plurality, therefore, will l.e IDA, onl
the Republican majority over all S7. A propo?
sition Involving the i<?s-\?e of sound money would
receive in th?- Houae an many a-*? 285 votes prob*
aiiiy. th?- Bound Money Democrats elected In
New-York, Pennsylvania. Maaaachtteetts an.l
other Kastern States outnumbering the ?iiwr
Republicans chosen In th?- Pacific ('oast States
and in th<- Far Went. < m a proposition Involving
a revision of the tariff it is reasonable to assume
that the Republicans would poll their lull
strength. ?*
REPRESENTATIVES PROBABLY ELECTED,
ALABAMA
1 Otaers* w Taylor (D.). '? *J. H Rankhe?,| nj).),
2 u.i. P. Stalllns* ID). " W. ] Bullock .in
a. H. D. Clayton rD.), 8*Jo**p*i Wheeler 'In.
4 T. s Plowman (!>.), ft *0 W. fnl-rw- 1 in.
f.. Willi* Itr-m-r H> 1.
ARKANSAS
1. ?P.D.MrCullnoglt, Jr.tO.) 4 iW. T, Tern- ?P >
2 a.l'hn S. I.ttlle ? I ? 1. r, ?It A Dln?mir? ?D.I.
3. 11T. C, M Sa* 'Di. as llnint.rl.:*e 1 p 1
CALIFORNIA.
I. ?.T. A. Parham (R.J ?'? -K P lyvil <R.).
1 M. D* Vrt.? (P I. C at. M'lJirl.Un HD.
:i ?S <; iiiii.-m in 1. T. aW. w Po*?*i* iR ..
4. aJa:r,?s ?J. Ma*uir? (D.)
COLORADO.
1. aJ. P. Shafrnth in. 2 ajoba r. Reii ?p ).
OONNT'TI'TT.
1. ?k p Roary 'P. 1 1 ?C A. Ru??e?i ir?.
LaN. D Si e? ry 'Hi ?. i.r. J. Hill <R ?
DELAWARE
I.. I IU : -!y . I' ;.
IT. ?RIDA.
I. aS. M. Pjarkman (li |, I II XV. Dnvl? (B ).
OEOROIA.
1 tiR P.. L**t*T 'D >. 7 11.' W Mail OS <D).
| J M Or.?-?fs -Di 8 W. M ll>"ar.l (D.I.
.1 i:. B L*wl* i|> 1 ? uF. C, Tale . t. ,
1. W. ''. Adamant, ? T? >. M W ll. Flernln? 1D1.
ft aL. P. I/vlii?s'.n Hi?. 11 W. J. Ilrantl-v (D.I.
8. aC. L. Bartletl 'Pi
IDAHO
J, ??urn IP.).
ILLINOIS
I Jam?? R. Mann iR 1. 12 ?J O. ?'Htinon 'R ?.
2. aWm I/.rlm.-r ill 1 IS *V, Warn.-r iR I
8. alt. R. Ilelknap (R 1. 14 a.! V. ??raff (Hi.
4. D. W. Milla ill.1. 15. all. K Mhi?Ii ill).
6. aO. K. Whit* |R ,. is u 11. Hinrlehaen (D.I.
?. *E. D. nook? <it 1 17 *J a. Omnoili ?it 1
7. ?H. B. Pc** ill 1 is *W. P. L. llM'llev ill.).
* 11A -I Hopkm* 'It 1? A .1 H ino-r ID.)
h. ?H ll Mill 'It ' BO *0. HiiT-n ill ,
10 aO W Pline* IR.). ?1 I Hiker ID.).
11 ?.w. Reeves (R > 22 b*3?*?tm w. smith in ?.
INDIANA
1. ai. 11 Hawwaway ?It 1 S ?''? L Henrv >R )
? 11 Mien ?Im. ? 1 it ' 1.'?' I? ?D.i
:: w T. Zen-.r if'.i. 10 1: 1?. Crampae'aer fR.).
4 W S H'-lmaii ?D.I II *Q W. Steel* ill).
:. ?O. W Part* (S 1 12 -t M. Rohlnaon iD.l
Sail. H Johtiaos iR.). 18 aL w. Roys* lit 1
* aJ. Orerstreel (R>X
IOWA
1 ns M Clark 'It i T. al A. T Hull (R.>.
?j ::'i'- r?e M Curt?* 'It I. *? iW, P. Hepburn ll 1.
:i hD M H?ader*on 'R I. ft. aA. L. Hmtn IR.).
4. aThot liplecrafl ill 1 10 uJ P. I>olllver iR ).
.'. nit 'I ftaaln* 'It' 11. aO. D. Perktn? (It?.
0. ?1.1. P, Laeey 'R I
KANSAS
A: lar*e J. D ll'ikin il'.i 4. aChnrle? Curt?? (R ?.
1 M S Pei*r* ID.). R W, D \'tn'?iit il'.i.
f. J P. Ilarrl? ?II). 0. N H. MeTormleh fP ?.
:t. h n R**a?l*y l|') T. t Sisspsna ?P.t.
KKVTl'CKY
I.C, K. Wheel.r ? 1 ?. ?. 7 K I: Settle (D.).
2. aJ D. Clanly (D). I O. M l"i--i?"n (R?.
:? .1 s Itii-ii il'.1. ?. ?S. J. PiiKh iR.i.
4 D. II Bm 'ii ?D 1. 1" T. V Kli?|.?:rlrk fD.).
ft ?W. Kvan? 'Ri 11 ?D. ?I. Q*ls*?l (R).
?. aA S Deny (Di.
LOUISIANA.
1. ?a. Meyer (D>. * *H? w. o*<i??n (DS.
2 H. C Daiey (D ?. SS T. P.alril (D).
8. R Hn.u??ani d'.). <? al M. Ssb*rtaos (D.i.
r. MAINE
1. T1?"ma? Il Ilee.1 (II). a Setk L. Ml?lken (Il 1.
5 MalSOS DlTieiey 1R1. 4. Chas. A. H.utelie (II).
MARYLAND.
1. aJ. W. Mlle? (D). 4. W. W . Melntlre (R.).
2. aW. 1t. r.ak.1 <ll). ft S F. Mu.ld <R ).
3 xv. m. H.M.Z,- ?il?. r,. j. McDesjaM ?R ).
MAJflACHVSKTTa
1. aA. H Wrlijhl (R ?, h. as. W. MsCStS (R).
2 ah". II. OllMHI 'I! ) I?. J P. r.U*er?M il?.).
?.{. aJ. II. Walker 'Hl. 1?. S. J. Marruw? (Ri
t. O. W. Wejm'iiith (R). 11. Cha?. I". Bptasn* ?R ).
| ?W S Kn'X dl? 12. Wm C I/.verln* (R).
a aW. ll Moody iR.). U. aloha Slmpkta* (R.).
7 a\V. K. liarn-tt (RI
MICHIGAN.
L aletea B Carita* <R??? 7. ?H. o. Sa**** m.>.
2. alleors? Bpalllns (R->- K ?' Bruch? iD.)
;?. A M T"l'l (D.i '?> SR. I'- I?l?h"p (Ri.
4 N K llamllion (R.). W. ail. s. Crams <R->.
f. aW A Smith 'Il ) II. W. S. Maate* (R.1.
0 Bamual W. SmHh iit.i 12 C. K. Isellaa (H.?.
MINNESOTA
1 *J. A. Tawaey ill). ft. ?L. Fletcher (R.).
2 ?J. T. M.ci-ary ill). vil. A. DottSfctoa (D.i.
8. ?J- P. Haatwota 'R? 7. K. i:. I/.mmen (D.i.
4. F. C. Steven? (R.l.
MISSISSIPPI.
1. ?John M. Allen (D.). ft. nJ- S. William? (D).
2. XV. V. Sullivan CD.). "I- W. F. le.v* (D.).
8 aT. C. Catrhln*? ?D-). 7. Patrick Henry (D).
4 A. F. Fox ID.).
MISSOURI
1. R.' P. Ollea (D.I. ?? l'Iiamp Clark (D.).
2. 11. N. Bodin* (D.). la ail. Harthold? (R.).
8. aA. M. Duckery (D). 11. aC, F. Joy (R^l.
4. O. C. Crow t her ?tt.l. 12. C. E. Piere* (R.L
6. W. S. Cowherd ?Dl. U. E. Robb (D.).
a D. A. P? Armnnd <D). u. W. Vandlv-r CO.).
i ? ?' SffB. <D>- IS. aC. O. Burton <R ?.
8. R. P. Bland (D.).
MONTANA.
ac. R. Hsrimsn (S ?.
NERRASKA.
I "?; ?; 'W"" "V- fr *. t? S'"* ?M
? ? "J, ? M?.rc*;; ,R ?? ?"'? S, D- Sulh?rlsnd (D.)
? 8. Mtxw?l| (p.). 0 wniism U Gr?*n UM.
NEVADA.
? F. O. NewUndi <H.).
, .^ a n ,. NEW ?AMI-SIIIHE.
1. ?C. A. Sullowny (Hi. 2 F. (5. n?rk (R.).
NEW IBMBT.
1?alir,- ','1'i'l">?l??*nU.). .V.J. F. Stews? iR.>.
2. nJ. I Owrttoer ill.,. r, apt. \v. |??fMr ,IU.
3. ?R r no?. ?Hi. l.aThaa. aleBwas, jr. (K.).
4. aat PlUMs iiu. ? a(. N Fow,.r ,R).
NKW-Y'lllK.
i' JV.M..,!Tlf'*? iU>- 1- J.hn II. Ketchum (R ?.
? ?5' ..' ,.1",r"'> ',"?'? !?? A- "? s Ooekrs? ut.i
B.SP. M. wiis-n (Hi. 2.i.ai?. N. s..uthwi<k iR.).
4 al. T. Fi?-h?r ?Hi. 21 al). K. Ullhur .11 I.
I. sa n Bennettjr.?, 22 1,. n. uttautr iR.).
a. ?J. It. HOW? (R.i. S3. aW T Foot? Jr (R 1
?' '!? H' w v**"ls?J lI'?- *?. sC A. ?-hl.-k?rlnt (R.).
li. M- Mitchell (It). 13. aJ. S. Sherman Ut).
0. T. J. oimpr*:i ?Hi. M.aO. \v. it?v (ft)
10. ?A. Cummin*-.? (Hi. 27. J. J. IWMi-n (It).
11. aWIUIam Suljvr il>.) Hi aS E Pavn? iR )
12. ail. It. Met?;.an UM. 2?. aC. W. ??illet (R.).
13 nR. S. Shannon (R.i. .10. ?J. W, Wattaworttl (R.V
14. al.. E. Uul),'),- (R). 31. ?If. I'. l!rrw?l?r (Hi
I.V nr. H. Usar IR.), 32. alt. It M?h?n?v ill 1,
ICW. I.. War.l ill 1. ?3D. B. Al?*andr>r iR ).
17. ?B. B. CM.-ll, Jr. (It). .14. n\V. B. llo.,k?r tit).
NORTH CAKOLINA.
1. ?Marry Skinner (P.). n. J. li. Lookhsrt (D.).
2. Q. H. Whit? (R.). 7. sA. C. Bhuford (P.).
3. J. E. l-Vwier UM. ?. I\ M..rrl? . It.,
4. ?W. r. Stroud UM. 0 R. Pearson (It),
3. W. W. Kitchen (D.) '
NORTH PAKOTA.
M. N. Johnr-on (R.i.
OHIO
l. W, B. Bhattnca (It). 11 ?n. K. Wa??nn <R?.
2 ?J. II. I?r..ni??l| (R.), li. J A. N,,rt..n ilM
.1 II M Kerla iR.i 14 *W. S. K?rr lit),
4. (I. A. Marshall (II). I.V all C. V?n V.?Thi? (R ?.
.'. H. Ma.-kl?.m ID.?. IS al.. Hanfr.t (It i.
0. S?th nr.wn Ul.) II. J, A McDowell 11 >. )
7. W. I. Weivpr ill?. 1? all \V. Tuvler (R.i.
5. A. Lybrand (It). 1!' aS A. Knrthw?. ill?.
I?. ?J. II. S..tiil,ar.l (tt), 2o ?C. rt Reach (R.I.
in. ni. .1 PtntMl (R i. SI, aT. I-:. P.tnt..n (R.I.
11. aC\ H. C,r..?vonnr (R.i.
d. ORBOON,
1. Thomas Tons;?' fit). 2. W. ft. Ellis (R?.
PENNSYLVANIA.
At Urre.
aCJ. A. Omw (It), 14. M E. nimstend (R ?.
T A ri.iviMiii.nl (It). IS. ?J. H. ?'..l'lina lit).
1. all II. HlnKham Uli. I? 11 II. Pa. k?r ill I,
2 ?It Adam? |r. (It). 17. aM. 11 Kuln ill.?.
3. W. Mc\|e?r III i IS aT. at, Mah..n ill.).
4. J. n. Yeiint (R ?. 1" ? 1 Henne? (O.).
3. aA. C. llarm?r (R ). 2?>. I. D. Hick? Ul.i.
? T S. Hirler Ul... 21 i: K R.tihln? (R ?.
7. al C. Want-r (R ?. 22. aj.hn I>alr>ll Ul t.
8. W. S. Klikpatrl.k (R.), ? aW A F'no iR ).
li. 1? Brrneniroai ilo St. aR. T. Achtfui ui ?.
10 aM. RrottDa i It i 2^ .1. .1 I>a\l.1?->n iR?.
11 William c..nn?il (R ?. JO. .1. f* Siiirt?vant ill).
12 at. R, Williams (It'. 27 ?c W Si.*i? (R ).
13. ?(' N Brumm (R.V 2V nW. c. Arn..14 (R>.
RHODE ISLAND
1. sM. Bull (It). 2 A. II. f'sprAn (R ?.
SOfTH CAROLINA
1 ?William ElMutt (I).). 3 ?T I. Strait (D ?.
2 SW. I Tathsrt (P i a ?.I L M? L.urjn .Dl.
3. ?A. ? I*llm-r (D.I. 7. a.l. W Stokri U)i
4. nS. Wilson (D I
BOOTH DAKOTA.
At lar?.
C. I Crnrifi.nl (R ) ?R J. Oswtssl <R >.
TENN?:.?SEI*.
I. w. P PwmnlMti Uli a .t w Dalaa? (D.).
2 al! It nrbana .R i 7 ?N M rv.j it> ,
3. .1. A MOMI <D I. " 'I W S!m? .|. i.
4 ?It-ntnn M. Mnlln (D ?. !? It A P!?r.? ID.),
3. sj. D Reliar 1? n iDi 1" !'.. W. Cortnarh U'?.
ti:xas
1 T II Ball ip) a aS W T I*int am (D ?.
I .S 11 r i?r UM 9. il 11. Sai?r? i|) ?.
8 R c 11- araftnrtH fD.) i" .' M She?burs it* ?.
4 ?J W rtawfn-d .Hi II nit Kl?l.?rt ID I.
3. a.l W lii::?v ID ' IS O II V nan Ul I.
R It K lMrk? U> i. IS I II .St?i.t.-n? UM.
7. It L Il?nrv (Dl
n*n
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( VF.RM. >NT
i ft. H. P"w?r? ui i 2 w w Orsnt (? ?.
VIIt'ilNIA
1 aW. A. J^n?? .D) rt aP. I Ota? 'Dl.
2 W A Y un* (D i. 7 .1 Hal Ui ?.
I .1 II l>i-n i ID.) S J. F It <-k??y (D >
? ,- 1- ! pet U' i !< a.l A Us!k?r Ul )
1 uC A. Swsn?..n tt?.) IS I \ ?t ill I,
WASHINOTON.
At Isrf?
.t .~ \rv..t iD i. W i- t?n?s (D ?.
WIST VIIIUIN'IA
i ?a n Div#n?r (It). .1 ' p Dorr ut i
2 ?A O. Innr.n (R I 4 \?.rr?n M;!l?r . It )
WISCONSIN.
1 all A <''????>r Ut. ?JA DSYtSSM Ul ).
2 ?E ?JatstrtttTlns iR). 7 ?? Orlflln IR.I
3 aJ W. Rabroti Ul i * a? s Mia r II 1.
4 ?T OU?n 'Hi ? ? ? Bt?W??1 Ul .
t> sS. 8, l:?rn?-, iR) 10 ?I J .I.nk-n. 'R)
WYOMINU
I i. . ??tara? u. i
N' '? ? It? ?>???!. r r\r. '?1 'n ?,?.i,ni'?r A slerttd
In .1 ?n?. R, Re-Mbilran; I?, 1 "".?- r-.l. P. PofKlllM I
sih-r
To-al . "-*'*
Rep ll 11 an? . 2M
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lirpuMlran ".?>?????? . "?,
Hrpubll. an i Inri?'r . ?S
NATION Al DEMOCRAT* To ETAT.
? ITS l.EAi'Eits WILL SDaHNISTER OH Tin: ASSgTS
OP THE PI 'T. n HATS
fhiiiifto. No? 4 Th? Soui '. Money Perene rats
i took the first st?*p to recoeer ?he rontrol of th?
nnmi. and organisation .if lb? old Ir.-mo. r.itl
party, or to otg?nls? ? sew party under Hi? old
name, laal nlghl Th4?y lalked sboul H i..-?.-.-,
bulletin* in tinir headquarters si Hm Pslmcr
House Chairman Rynum, ol ih? Kstloi .: Com.
mltt?e, und John P I'r?Tirai, their treasurer, <-.,me
i.ii.-k haw fn.in Indianapolis, a? toon a? th??y bad
voted, lo h av.- .1 bsnd ?u Ih? v...rk At I o'clock an
Informal meeting wa? held In Ihe pi.irr- of < ?..? ?r
man IHiiiiin. at wiii-ti it wa? practically .!? i !? ?:
t.. begin nt once ? plan of reorganisation Thosi
present al Ih? meeting were Benjamin T fabli
Jiinx-? M Bckels, John P Kopklnt, Becretsry
Bpangter, Mr. Rynum sod Mr Prense! Whllo th?
m..tin?c was Informsl, it wsa hedged around with
th<- <lee|.,-st secrecy aft<-r it w i? oeer Th? most
communlcatlra man of thus? praaani wa? s-1 retary
?pansier. il<- ?ai<i
?Tiier.- li?? been tnlk of reorganisation, snd tii?-re
?avIP i.? mor? to -morrow, bul nothing baa been
decided upon yet. There win be .1 meeting of lb?
Executive Committee, und oui ol thai I think It
likely nn?.th?r meeting will kt..w Without ?my
bragging I think the Bound Money Dem?crata
mu ?-liii-n thai lh?y elected McKinley. Thsi rote,
too, will stand in Jndgmenl upon McKinley, nmi
will !>?? prepared to sweep the country In MM un
les? McKinley i sdmlnlstratlon of |h? Oovrernmenl
rlosely follow:, the lines MM oui in th? Demo?
crat Ic pliilforn- "
Loulavtllc, Kv Not 4 w it HaMeman, X*
llonal Kx'-.niiv.' Pommitteeman from Kentucky,
nil.I
"Tber? I? bul on<- (lemocratlc party Tin- |.lni
form of th.- Indlanapoll?. convention rontalne.j th?
r?a?nc? ol Democracy, and on those line? th?
paru will i.<- rehabilitated snd mak? Ita (??ht in
no- future. In many Stale? .1 good organisation
lins already been perfected by National Democratic
Executive snd Csmpatgn committee?, snd si once,
in m-, lu?dgmeni, a complet' organisation In every
Staii- from Main? lo Tesa? shnuH ?houM i?- mad?.
1 The National Committee, I believe, will proceed In
! thin direction al th.- earileai con ten ten l moment,
! iin Hi?, two cardinal principle?, of tm ? Democratic
i fnith inriff for revenue ru??\ and sound money
I will ???Un be iio> battle rr\ of s tru.- Democracy,
Which will, four years from now pll. ? Pi-mn
I crut in u.<- While House in Washington '
?
I PORTER. GRIFFIN A\D FLOWER TALK.
THK KHisr RRSIOggD TO Ills PATH AND Tin:
OTIIKlt TWo IIAITY
Wstertown, N Y. Nov. 4 I?,inl<-1 ('. Orlffln. th?
National Democratic candidate for (lorernor, feel?
?Iat?d ovi-r McKinley*? elecllon. Mr. ??riffln received
only 7 vote? In ii.? own district, K* In Ihe city ami
TM In ihe county, while Porter Kot I.M4 in the .-,iv
r.nd ?i/.T'i In the ?' only Mr. Uritlln told The Trllnme
Correspondeni thai he had nothing to n.iy thai wouM
Increase Ih? humiliation an.i regrai of tin- silver
Ik mocrata, snd gtf4< d :
?The National I?, m. crstic party win not mtragrsd?.
I it I? th? champion to-day of i sound ?urrency, a
I tHrlff for revena? only anil economy In public cx
i pandltuiea McKtalty ha.? promise.) to Inersss? In?
i dlvlfluil prospirllv by increasing taxation. That
promis? lias often lie.-n miule before, but never ful
! mied, a majority of the people ?rill turn to the Ma?
! t:onal DenTsfscrsUC party for H><' v?-r>- safety of Its
1 prm.-l|i!?x snd !o maiiifost the reaction SgSlBSI four
I year.? of iinreileeine?! ptOflUSM anil wanton eStTaVS?
gasee."
Kx-iiov?-rnor Plower ?s happy over Ih? result. Mo
said: "The conservativa ami patriotic sentiment of
Ih? counirv ha? b?en aroused In thla campaign mora
than at any lime sln.-f IM1, anil the pgtrtotic men
who understood ihe danger lurking in th.- Chicago
platform have rallied In defence of honest money,
untarnished honor an.l ihe perpetuity of this u>
'"wi'i'iur F. Porter, the defeated Popoeratlr candi?
date for Governor, came to hi.? Office this afternoon
for the first time sine- his Illness. Mo said that so
far ns he was concerned he wa.? satisfied wl:h the
result, nnd that ho went down to defeat without
complaining. _ _
WBET POIST CADET? FOR M'KINLEY.
West Point. N. Y.. Nov. I -For the first time In
the history of the Military Academy, the etidet?.
held an election here yesterday, expressive of their
preferences for President, with the following result:
McKinley, 1!?'); llryan, 110
BISHOP NEW MAS RE.lOlt'ES.
Saratoga. Nov. t (Sp?cial).?Hlahop John P. New?
man to-day sent the following to both McKinley
and Hobart: "Ood haa saved our Nation again. Tha
American people hava been loyal to Him, and you
will be tru? to your country."
W.&J.SLOANE
SCOTCH
AXMINSTER CARPETS
In a large varltey of novel
? designs and colorings,
$2.50
per yard.
The*?? ?rood: are unexcelled
for artistic colorings.
Broadway, 18th and 19th Sts.
HOW THIS STATE VOTED.
MKINLKY'S PLURALITY CLIMBS t'P TO
27*2,000.
SOUND MONET DEMOCRATS WHO VOTED FOR
MKINLKY RFT NOT FOR RLACK. PULLED
TI1K LATTER*8 PLfHALITV DOWS TO
BM.SBB?LATEST PIOURES ON
THF. LBOMLATVRE
The latest election return.? Indicate that Mc?
Kinley and Hobart have a plurality In this State
of 372.000 vit?-*, an Increase over yesterday's
estimate of 16,000. On th?' other hand, the plu
ri'itv for Mr. Dlark, the Republican candida ta
for Governor, has decreased, and now amounts
??? at.oui *?lU,UUtJ vutt-a. Dut mu is iiit iaua?at
plurality ever received by a candidate for GOV
srnor In this Stat", surpassing even Mr. Cleve?
land's remarkable plurality of 198,000 votes In
1882. One of the causes of Mr. Black's loss of
votes was the desire <jf the Sound Money Demo?
crats to manifest their strength. With few ex
ceptlons these D?mocrate, niter voting for Mc?
Kinley, to all nppenmncea cost their votes for
Daniel ?;. Qrlflln, their own candidate .'or Oov
ernor. The influence of Senator Edward Mur?
phy, Jr.. of TSoy. was also specially directed.
through the Democratic stat Committee,
against Mr. Black.
The Legislature will have such a large Repub?
lican majority on * ?Itll ballot, 102 votes, that
there ?-an t..- no question that a Republican will
be faceted a? a United States Senator to succeed
David B. Hill when he retires from office on
March I. 1807. The new Assembly will have as
its members IIS Republicans and 39 Dem?crata
Th?* stats Senate now contains .'Hi Republicans
and 14 Dem?crata
No count v If the State nppar.-ntly approved of
the proposed forestry amendment to the Consti?
tution.
PLURALITIES BY COUNTIES.
1SIMI. |Hl?!i. IfaM.
M Mir Hai
Kin ri Cler* ri H***
?'nunlW. '<?> l*r ?n aotl land. ?"ii laad,
Albaaj .. 4.T-V, . MB LIE
AUosaai :V2.;? . IMO. 3.442.
Hr.-.in- 4*i?.*. . asta . i.sf.H .. ...
'??tt4r?'i?u. 3 241. 2 22" _ 2.41.1 .
Cajuaa 4.211 3.S4S . ?'? 2*1 .
ChaulaMaaa T.Til ... ? MSB . .VW<o .
' l.-n,.iii?l 2 Nil . 749. r.'il
i*n?nanfa 2 4t: .. I.IOB ... I.1SB .
? ? ? n _ mes . .. i.sas. ?.-VT .
? ... 2 SIS. 4M II" .
i i .-.1 2.3? . 1.227 1 .'.''.'.' .
:?? a? r< I ?I .... i HO ? ' '-"" .
.??*.. ., .*. .mi .. . IDS l "!?!.
Bru 18 *.*>? .... t'i ?.USS .
}.... i i ttJrtl .... l B24 .... MIS .
ranl 3.14" .... 2 4:'.' . 2 T211
i- . ? -i . . I NTS .. .. I.04S . I 211 .
.-? - . ; nsj 1 "'?? .. I.S1S
? ;t- ? - Ml 14.'- . 34
?Il ' '. - - 4" .
:(?-: ??a . .. I.0T3.
j.rrrr?. n t "-"" 3 ilT.1 2 ?."??-. .
Kina? S3 '?' '? SS.HB3 12. ?"?"
I, ?,-. 2 : il . IWI -- Ml .
1 M I I 214 . I BIT
4 1*1 ,.., 2 l?9 . ? "'.''' .
M . . . ?. ? ? :?. S3I .... 4 STS
M'U'm'r 2 41? ... 2*3 S8S.
v,? y,.,* il"''--" .. . TB,ann .*.:. -i.t
Macara ... 1 ?-*" . '"? 4.".; .
: TW HUT!.... 1 Ott .
11 i'*' ... ??i"- . S."*? .
j, ??: H4.1 .? I.301 .
.-, n?i .. . nan _ 4'*> .
I *n* . :>t- . l.oaa.
".?-?.. 6 I?I . . ?.?Kl.S.SST .
? ?? r ?.Mi .... jst. m.
1 .- ,- inn .... su usa .
. 1:1 .... n ?'.i |.SB(
It? -, i,r IBM.M.I 1 213 UN ..
lit'iu ? : 1 tu . 2"U 1 est
I- . 11 I I :?'. ...... >"1*' "-'',
ni 11
s? I?. ? 1
-
?
201
1 ?'.-??.
.??1 .lu*. .
I.SM .... I.S1
- huyl-r 1 ?3 '??'-' ? .. TSS
Stotilvn
un .. . 2 2*?' 2 I?
I?
Sullivan .. 1 '">- ?J . , ?JS
TornPkin? l.ai? I.SIS . 1.1*1
I'|?i?r
?.'. ? ?. -i
\V??1 ln?tn
?ti.-,. 830 MS .
- - .1 l".'2 1.2.*'2 .....
? ?.?-. . S <?.'?? . S.T3S .
.'(MI 2 21" S.T80
.. ,. .... t.o*i 2,'Vi2 11?!'
\V?i 11.1 1?
1 9*3 11 1.4*3 1 T^t
1.441 . I.S09 . I "'?.
T..mi? 3T?.STS 4M Tn.aa2 1l0.mi ni :?'.? TT.3SI
Hui ajVU 272:42-_ ?'?''" "37:;
?t. IoSmI ?rltS l'.ii'""- '???'iiiiv
? - ?
ST.?iW WORK IN WKHTCIir.STKIl
If'KINI.KVfl l'l.t'K M.ITY i:S'IIMATI-*l> AT 7.000.
I.KM'IM*. Till' TICK RM WA?D BBXT TO
f-.,\>;i?l>- l'Y V HI-'.AVY V"Ti:
There tin" been fcreal difficulty this year In gct
tlns complet* election return* from the several
towns of th."int\ county Clerk l*veretl t
Crumb sil la? Wednesday sraa receiving the
w,.,' .1 returns from th- several election districts,
mi?! In inosi Instances Ihey were accompanied by
? duplicate sheel Riving the reauil as contained In
th- pack mes, arhlrn are soi to be opened, accord?
in?? to th- preeeni I:i.ott?>n law, until the Board of
County fJanvaiwera m.'i? next Tuoadair. It will
i.ri.ii.it.ly ink.- two or three day* to tabulate the
; returns from the duplicate sheets
The latest eatlmate* slve (he foUdwlng n? the
reault. In ?sjorltlea of Tuesday's election In the
county: McKinley. 7.I6?; Black, UM; W I.. tVard.
roncress, ?'?."'. ""? M. Carpenter, County Tress?
urer, MM; Alfred B. Smith, 1st Assembly District.
I.SOO; Richard s Bmmet, Jr.. lid A?sembly District.
ljuB; Jam.-? w. Husted, Hid AsaemMy Dlatrlct,
o?m it 1* evident lhai Ihe .-mir?*. RepubUcsn
ti.-ket In ih.- county sraa elected, the only qu.'S
tinti belns tbsi of majorities
- ? -
PAIRCMILD REATEN AT HOME
III". RltCClVKIl IB VnTl'.S IN M"t\T Vl'llMiS ANH
MAO WS UMS THAN WARD in 1'KI.II \M.
Th" majotitl' ? in M "tit Vernon f.ir surpassed the
estimates "f th.- raool Mncuine Republican enthusi?
asts. Some "f ih.'in had fur-lly .li.iturd of i,r?o for
McKinley, bul most ail would have felt satisfied
with Ml from S city which last ?prltis elected ,1
DcMoeratle Mayor by W plurality. The result* i?re
satoondlnv. McKinley'? majority ?res 1.313. Hlack?
1 IM, Wurd'?, for <'on|{r?'?s, 1,213, Smith's, for As
?embly, l,i^2. Carpenter**, for County Treasurer.
? mii?-m'm 1.81, and Bannlna** I.M Ben I.. Pair
child, the disarming candidate for Congreso, re?
reived rio vot?'?" In the city, and in Pel ham, srhere he
lives, he Was licaten hy more tluill 100.
-4>
Mil HKLDKN'S VICTORY.
r.i.r.Mi'NTs WHICH KAVcitni) tiik mmnlky
UBAOtTI CANDIDAT! IS TIIK XXVIITH.
Syracuse, N T., Nov. I (Special).- Jame? J, nei?
den. Independent Republican, had retnarttabls suc?
cess in his canvass as candidate for Congrssa
Nominated l>y the McKinley [?Hague, his nomina?
tion sraa then Indorsed by the Democrats, ns they
?aid, "lo make mischief" nmoni? the Hepubllcnn*.
Mr. Beides SI cepted the Deniocratlc Indorsement,
but took pain? to state In his l.-tter of acceptance
SddrsSSSlI to the Democrat* that hi? principles
were those of the Republican party. His candi?
dacy was that of S gold Staadsrd Republican. The
Democrat*, who had Indorsed him, thus were In
the awkward porltlon of supporting a silver Demo?
crat for President ami a gold-standard Hepub?
llcnn for Congress.
Mr. Helden had grent |?-rsonal strength among
the Republican and Democratic veteran soldier*
of the Congres* dlatrlct In consequence of the
constant attention he gave while he waa a mem?
ber of Congre*? a few year* ago to claim* for
pension* which were sent to him. It is probable
that 1,500 veterans voted for him on this account.
As Mayor of Syracuse, aleo, he had been an ef?
ficient executive and gained hundred* of friend*.
HI* canvas* was skillfully conducted by ex-As?
semblyman Charles H. Duell.
The Congres* district In which Mr. Beiden ran
I* composed of the counties of Madison and Onon
daga. In both counties Mr. Beiden had a plurality
over his Republican opponent, Theodore L. Poole,
the candidate of the Hendrlcks faction. The vote
In the two counties was a? follows:
Helden.
Madison . 5.T23
Oaonoaga, .?AMI
Pool?..
a. MO
is. 1?)2
Total? .26.103
H'l-l-n i pliifnllty, 2.54.V
THE LEGISLATURE.
ASSEMBLYMEN PRORABLY ELECTED.
ngpUBUCAJca
ALBANY.
r>i?t.
1. *R. r,. geamr.
2. i. n MeBwaa
4. J. I). Lever???".
AM.ECANY.
Frederick S. R >l>Mn?.
HROOME
1. r"hnr|f? E. Fuller.
2. ?Charle? F. Tupper.
CATTARAFC.rH.
1. ?C. H. Miller.
2. ?IC. W. Matt-son.
CAYCOA.
1- ?W. C, PheM-.n.
2. ?K. II. n iin.l?.
CHAUTAt 'Qt'A.
1. Fre.W1.-U R. Pecrson
2. S. F Nlxf>n.
CHKMCNO.
John M. H >lb?rt.
CI I EN AN'i( ).
?.rothiim P, All.I?.
CLINTON.
Everett C, Baksf
rDLCMHIA.
Rotiert line?.
COIITLANI).
?F. P. BaSSdeia
DELAWARE.
?IVI...S ||. Um k.-y.
PCTCHMB.
1. ?.Tohnn A. Hnnna.
2. ?A. Ii. Cray.
EH IE.
2 ?Henry W. II |l
4. William Sr-hnei.ler.
.">. charle!" Ilnuin.
a Nlchoia? J. Miller.
7 Henry L Ste.ner.
I. H. M. llla?.|..;i.
ESSEX,
-lame? n. Pierce.
FRANKLIN.
?Thonin? A Bars.
FI'LT'iN AND HAMILTON
?Hyr. n D. Hr.'wn.
C.ENESl.'E.
?Archie i?. Bandais.
c.RKENE
?Newt-n Bauet.
HEHKIMKK.
?Oll. er H .-"pringer.
.II'ITERSON.
I. ?W. Zlmm-rman.
2 *C. .1. Clark.
KI.Vc.s.
I. ?T. H War-' ifT
4. C,e..ri?e w ven??**.
f.. John i '. Knaup.
1 E. H M It <-h
7. 0). II. P?r?hall.
M w. i. Perkins,
il. Lttrten B. Bayllsa
12 Henr> i: Abell
II ?n I, | .rr.-.t-r.
IS 'n**ph Murray.
l?t K. c. Hr-nnan
IT. Henrv Marshall,
III O? ?<.- I s i-.-r
2". F <? Hughe*.
LEWIS.
?,1'ihn P. K'.ster.
I.IvtN'.sr. >n.
?Otto KeW?\.
MADISON.
R t-ert t Fl?h
MOXM IB,
1. Mener i: Low!*,
2. ?r M E irotady.
;l *W, W Armstrong.
4. Fr-d E O it
M'lNTii'iMERT.
? Ed?ar1 L Schmidt.
HBW-TOBK.
.". R N Van C.itt.
s ?Charle? S Adler.
IS Robert ktasett.
I 21- ?(Je>r*e C. Austin.
2.1. It. f'llleland.
2.'.. ?!'. II Murphy.
: 27. ?F. E Irfilmrieer.
211. L E. Browa
Sl. ?II. T, Andiew?.
33. J. P. Deanan.
.'14. P. W. H-Inhard.
v>. Pauste* ttatkataraea
NIAGARA.
1. ?H. E. Warner.
2. ?Frank A. Dudley.
ONEIDA.
1. Oeortre E. Phllo.
2. ?W. Cary S?nger.
3 ?W. H. OfRV*?.
ONONDAOA.
I. XV. .1. Hell n
2 E. O. Ten Evclc.
3 ?tr?pph Il.ndv.
4 Edwin M. Well*.
ONTARIO.
.Murray Henhnm.
ORANGE.
1, ?L. f. a*tis*h.
2. ?i^iui? B*d*n.
ORLEANS.
?Frederl.-k I. Down?.
OS W EGO.
1. ?L. P. Taylor.
:. ?. . ?I.I.O.
OTSSOO.
Charles H. dirham.
PPTNAM.
Ksawaoa A. Addi*.
Qt-BBNa
I. Charle.* Reek'l
2 II. 8. M.-Knight.
3. ?Morton Cmmw-Il.
RENSSELAER.
1. ?Edward McOraw.
3. ?(l*or*e Anderwon.
RICHMOND.
oeorge Oarby, ?
ROCKLAND.
Frederl'k L Whrltner.
PT. LAWRENCE.
1. ?Ira C Mlle?.
2. ?M. V. II. Ive?.
SARATOGA.
(1e..r*e W. Kavanaugh.
S'HENF.iTADY.
?Thomas XV. Winnie.
SCHt T1.ER.
?o 11. Hud-1
SENECA.
Hairy M. Glenn.
STECHEN.
1 ??. S. Harrison.
2. ?J?l Ciarle
SCKFiiI.K.
1. ?Eraetu? F Peat
2. ?Carl P. Purr. Jr.
SFI.I.IVAN.
Oeorge McLaughlin.
TIOOA.
?Daniel P. Witter.
?p'MPKIN-*
? Fred. E Unte?.
ELSTER.
1 \V S. Van Keiirer.,
2. II. I. Pratt
WARREN
T. J. Eldrl'lg?.
WASHINGTON,
srintaat i! H"i.bie.
WAYNE.
Oeorge S? H ?HOU.
WEST?'HESTER.
Alfred E Smith.
3
ALBANY.
ir*e T Kelly.
ERIE.
1 C Ooughlln.
S w Maiaeer.
KIN'IS
| ?T hn MeKeawa.
:i ?Tli.'inas II. Cullen.
? l ime? le-nn>.n. Jr.
S I -hn .1 ''?In.
14 J M Zum.
'.'.i f s- -rimlili
21 Henry Preneh.
SEW YHl'.K
I ?Panlel E Finn
2. Them?? ' Rarrr.
:i ?XV H Leonard
Patrie? II It rl e.
Il T IV
?Edward W I !.1 r
2 RKhnrd P Emmet?. Jr.
:t. j. w. Host*a. Jf
WYOMING.
? Mortimer NT. Cole.
YATES.
?tan** w. Rapit?.
DEMOCBATB
I?, ?Jume* F. Mn<-r?t-.e.
|0 ?Otto Kempner.
11 aw, H. i.ledhlll.
I] o.I >seph S.-hulum.
13. ?Patrie* F Trnlnor.
14. ?Jacob Friu
13, ?Tli 'ina? F Meyer?.
Id ?Benjamin Hoffman.
17 .1 'hn A. Dempsey.
1?. ,i,,hn J. Daly.
20 *.l"hn T. Cn-tann
22 Danl.'l D Teller.
21. ?I ft Flt*i*ernld.
y, ?!' I. Andrew?.
2<v Jo?-ph 1. Oreen.
?.o ?c.eor?-? w. Meyer.
;t2 Th-m?? P. Donnelly.
RENSSKLAER.
2 William Hiiifm, Jr.
BCHOHARJK
Oaorf* N< Palmer.
?Re .1
RepuMl.
,|1S
I n.r ballot A****sMy iii'.-l Senate;
R.-I
Democrat?
Rep,|l.llr.-.Tl
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THF. SI : NATE.
The Scnnt'.rs elected last year hold over. Thir?
ty-sir "f them are Republicana and fourteen are
Democmta
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FINAL FI'lfHK.S PROM MNO WNO.
Sin? Sin*-. NOV 4. The followlnc ar? the of?lclal
SPLIT Tl'KKT IN QUEBN1 COUNTf.
returns of the vote In Queen*
Th?' unofficial
?II?- uiit.iii'i-.. ......... ~.- -? ?
County received In l?males yesterday ?rive McKin?
ley s majority >>f MH. Blsck, fur Oovsrner, ha*
l.n',1 nv.-r Porter, Belford, the Republican nominee
for Congres* i" llw 1st District, received a majority
of 2 ITS :u Queens ' !ounty.
The oth'l il ? ?le will ti"t I?- known until the latter
pari of neal w.-.-k. is th.- county Board of Can
' iss,.r-< doe* not nteel until next Tuesday, and under
the new ?lection law the county Clerk is eompelled
to k."'p the return? sesled aa rnven to him by the
election ofllcere until that time
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HOW BLACK'! corsTY WBMT.
Troy. N. Y , N'ov 4 (?special) -The complete- re?
turns of Renaeelaef County Klve these [iRtire.s:
Bryan's vote m this city. 7,'*s4; Bryan's vote in
towns, MM; M Kml.y's vote In this ?-Ity. e.Tfis; Mc
Klnley'* \"t?. in towns, i'>.:-M. McKlnley*a plurality
In County, V-|V-'. Porter's vote In this city, ;,<?47; Por?
ter's vote |n t iwtis, .'..S.V.; Black's vote In this city.
1,44t; Black'* vote In towns, 9.974, Black's plurality
In county. 1,111 Only one Democrat on the ticket.
William Hutton, jr.. for Assemblyman, sras elected.
He bas S plurality of l.KM over hi* Republican op?
ponent
One of the tlrst thlriK? (lovernor-elect Black did
this mornlna was to ?enil a meaaaa? of conaratula
tloti to Major McKinley. Mr Black wa? himself
the reclpl? nt of many message? of a like nature.
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BTATBM ISLAND'S VOTK.
The corrected unofficial return* of the election In
Richmond County on National, State ur.d county
tlck?'ts are a* follows:
McKinley, (i.1.17; Hryun, 4."!W; Palmer. 2t54; McKln
ley's plurality, 1.741.
(??iv.rnoi- Black, .1.840; Porter, 4.375; Black'* nlu
ralltv, 1.2?
Lleutrnant-l?overnor-Woodruff. 5. RM; Schrtiul?
4r.ini; lllnrlchs. :WI; Woodruff's plurality, 1,210.
Court of Appeals?Vann, 5^55; Tttu?. 4.011; Clinton
tm; v.mn's plurality, 1.544.
Justice*, supreme Court-(iarretson (R.i, |,7Ji
Ooodrich (H.i. .r..?24; Hlrachberj (R.). 4.R22; sfaddox
(H). "i.rt03; Plemlna (D.). t.'i-S; <?'Nell (I).). 4.524; St
phena (D ), r>.o?i?; Moore f.D.), I.^i.
Conaresa Franklin Bartlett, '>.132; Vebslasja 4,52.*>;
Bartlett'fl pluiallty in county, 1.C07.
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What does It cost ? What
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Jules P. Storm,
200 Broadway, New York.
Assembly-deoree darby (R). 5.691; W. H. HcsH
(D.). 4.713; Qarby's plurality, 9S8.
County clerk-John H. Klsworth (R?. 5..W; J. P.
O'dradv (D.i. 5.1,2. ENworth's majority, 22?.
School Comml ?sinner -Julia K. West (RX ?VP8TJ
John WWIdeoiml) (I).), 4.6H?>; Went'? malorlty. 1.371.
Charles W. Town^nd ami Jam-s W. Bedell. Re?
publicans, were eleetid Coroners by over 1.000 ma?
jority each. The Constitutional amindment Is BUD
?aoseil to have been defeated In th?1 county.
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SFFFOLK'S RECORD BROKEN.
THE DBKOCRATtC STII INUHOI.D WIIKKLR INTO
LINE WITH A ItOl'SINU MAJORITY.
8uffolk ''oiinty, with two districts unrcported,
shows the following returns as ?riven by the elec?
tion officers at Rlverhead yesterday:
Prfsldent-MoKlniey, MK; Mrvan. ?.lui Palmer,
350; Levlson. :i9fi. McKinley over Bryan, ,i,..l).
dovernor-Black. 9.12C; Porter. LIN; (?riffin. 3M;
Smith, 419. Black over Porter. .'..240.
Congre*??1st District- Heiford. 0,127: Marvel, 3.847;
Hasard. IB, Relforil over .Marvel |n county. 5.2*?.
Assembly: First District-Post. R.. 5,135; Parry,
D.. 2.433. Post over Parry. 3.0O2.
Second Dlstrlct-Carll Burr, R. 3.13?: Andrew
Burr, D., 1,532 Burr. P... over Burr. D., 2.104.
The Republican Judiciary candidates tarried the
county by about 9,100 to 3.SO0.
Sherry. R., was elected County Treasurer; Wood,
R.. waa ?l?ct*d Sheriff, ami Jaoox. R.. District-At?
torney by about the same majorities .is were given
to the Judiciary ticket. The two mlsaln?: district?
will not affect the result materially, ?xcept to
?lightly Increase th? Republican total? and plurali?
ties.
MURDERED BY A PLAYMATE.
A NINE-YEAR-OLD ROY STABBED DY A
LAD OF FOFRTKEN.
TIIRCST BELOW THE HEART WITH A JA<~KKNir?
IN A KIT OP PASSION?THE STAIIUKIt
HtDDBM BT His MDTllKli.
In a football Rame In a vacant ?ot opposite .th?
Manhattan Hospital. Orie-hiMnlri-il-and-thtrty-flrat
8t. and Amsterdam-ave., nln?--y<-ar-olil \\ 1111.in? Mc
Cowan, of No. l.?Wi Amstcrdam-avc, was stabbed
Just below the heart by l'?-ter Frees, fourt.-i B yeara
old, of No. 1.457 Amsterdam-ave.. and killed laat
evening.
Willie, with Trees and Edward R< rgallow, of No.
I'M Amslirilam-iivi'.; Charlee Cartoon, of No. LS91
Amsterdam-ave.. am! his broth.-r Kddie, twelve
years old, all of wham attend drammar School No.
43, at One-hundred aml-t wenty-nlnth-st. and Am?
sterdim-ave., after school had been dismissed
retred to t he vacant lot. and started ? gimo
of foothill While the game was In progress Wil?
li- McQowan kept annoying Fre? ? by throwing
?and ?it him. '-rei s. who is a hot-temp? r<-?l boy,
reeented this, ami a lively light follow.-d. Free?,
seeing that ne was getting IM worst of tt. drew
a ja.-kknife. auch as many ?ehoolbojra carry, and
plunged it Into the other hoy's left breaat, about
naif an inch below the heart.
Willie fell, and th? other boys, when they r?-al
1/-1 what Frees had done. Bed. Eddie M ? ?owan,
who is twelve years old. and a brother of Willie,
ran to the Manhattan Hospital, and breathlessly
gaaped out to Dr. .Lewall, the ?urgcon In < h arg?,
what had happened. The doctor at once hastened
aeroM the street, and with the aaalstanca of soma
men carried Willie to the hospital. Every effort
was matle to mv.- the bojr'a life, imt in- died fifteen
minutes after being brought to the hosplt.il
Frees, badly scared at what be had done, had
hastened honu- In the mean time and told hi*
mother, who Is a widow In fair clroiimstancea,
what he had done. She at once dressed, and, tak?
ln?; the lioy with her. boarded an Amsterdam-ave,
car going south. According to the neighbors, sha
took her son downtown to some relatives, Intend?
ing to hide him from the police.
The bov had not been arrest.d at a late hour
last night, although a roundsman and two police?
men were searching for him.
POPULISTS LOATH TO (UVE UP.
CHAIRMAN KAILKNER LIKEWISE SEEKINr) TO
DECEIVE .HIMSELF o\KR THE REStl.T.
Washington, Nov. 4. Populist headquarters wa?
quiet to-night, but a number of hopeful follower?
of Mr. Bryan were th?-re, and declined to give up
the light. A statement w is given out to th? ef?
fect that Mr. Bryan had carried every Southern
?tato except West Virginia, Maryland and possibly
Kentucky, but It was thought the latter State
would swing Into line. Bryan. U was said, had
carried every State 'west of the Missouri River
except California. t>regon and North Dakota, all
of which. It was claimed, would probably go for
htm on later returns. Indiana and Minnesota wer?
In doubt, and if they went for Bryan It would
elect him.
Silver men, It was claimed, would have over 160
members In the House of Representatives, and It
Was absolutely certain that the sliver men would
control the next Senate.
It was furtb-r stated that the Populists have
elected over twenty Congressmen, have secured
dovernor? In probably three States and certain of?
ficials In two or three more States.
At Democratic headquarter? Senator Faulkner
by no means conceded Bryan's defeat. He waa
still hopeful that later returns would prove favor?
able to the Democratic candidate. He wag
anxiously awaiting returns from Kentucky, which
would change the complexion of the situation.
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