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llcan: IVth. Magulre, Democrat; Vth, L?.U(1'**'*
publlcan; Vlth, Barlow, Democrat; \IIth. tfow
ara, Republlcan._
TtORTB CAROUNA WBT.
THE REPUBUCANS NOW OOKCaBM A PLU?
RALITY TO HRYAN.
Ralelgh. N. O, Nov. B (Speclnl).-Chalrman
Holton. of the Republlcan State Committec, now j
admlts that the State has gone for P.ryan by |
8.000. This flgure is t<>o small. The plurality
la nearer 13,000. Llnney, Republlcan, U elected
In tha VHIth Dlstrlct by 1.500 majorlty. BonM
doubt has exlst.d as to Pearson (Republlcani in
the IXth. but he is elected by SOO majorlty.
Rusreirs (Republlcan) majorlty for Oovernor Is
not less than 12.000. The majorlty for the
fuslon nomlnees for State offlces. excepting the
Oovernor and Lleutenant-Oovernor. BflU jPaBCh
40.000.
The vote polled Is the largest ln the blstory I
of the State. The large negro counties hereto- j
fore counted for the Democrats all BdV* old-time ,
Republlcan majorities. thus proving the Repub?
llcan aesertion that they have h.-retofore been I
made Demoeratle- by the most unblushlng
fltgia The Democrats admit that. the election ;
?was perfectly fair and honest. The Republicans j
have a much larger rapraaantBtlon m both ,
houses of the Leglslature than two years ago.
Nlnetv-seven per cent of the negroea votea
Colo'nel Robert II. Douglus. son of Stephrn A. |
Pouglas. Is elected App<*l!ute Justiee of the
Buprem* Court.
Adjutant-General Cameron thls afternoon re?
celved an appllcatlon for the use of troops at
Oxford to prevent a threatened rlot. A com
pany of lnfantry was at once ordered on duty.
IXDIAXA.
CANDIDATE8 FOR UNITED STATES SENA
TOR-MKINLEYS PLURALITY 2.MT3.
Indianapolls. Nov. .".-Returns from all the
counties ln Indlana ahow McKlnby's plurality to
be 22.170.
The returna on the Leglslature show that the
Republicans wlll control the Lower House by
slx majorlty and the upper by eighteen, glvlng
them a strong worklng majorlty for the election
of a Unlted States Senator to succeed Vonrhees.
The announced candldatrs for this offlce are
Charles W. Falrbanks and R. W. McKeen. pr-si
dent of the Vandalia. Lew Wallace and John
H. Baker, Judge of the United States Dtstrlet
Court, are also expected to be placed ln nomina
tlon in the caucus.
Indlana wlll be represented in the lower house
of Congress by nine Republicans an.l f.>ur Dem?
ocrats. the latter Includlng the old "Watch D..g"
and "Objector" William S. Holman. who la
elected for the slxteenth time after one term ln
retlrement.
TENNE88EB.
VOTE FOR OOVERNOR CLOSK-WHOLESALE
DEMOCRATIC FRAUDS CHARGED.
Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 5 (Ppecial).-The vote
between Tillman (Rep.) and Taylor (Dem), can
dldates for Oovernor. is close. The Republlcan
Btate Executlve Committee, while Riving no tlK
ures, clalms Tlllman^s election by a safe majorl?
ty. The Demoeratle State F.xeeutive Commit?
tee. which yesterday claimed Taylor's election
by a majorlty of 25,000, to-day reduced the flg
urea, the estimate being now from* 8,000 to
10.000. Qfflclal returns from several West Ten?
nessee counties to-day gave majorities for Tay?
lor, but tbe returns yet to come from back coun?
ties of Eaat Tennessee, which always gave large
Republlcan majorities, will greatly Increase the
vote for Tillman.
At Republlcan headquarters the followlng was
glven out: "Never ln the hlstory of elections in
this State have such far-reaehing and wholesale
frauds been attempted or praetlsed by Demo?
eratle managers. ln Madison County, for exam
ple, where the Demoeratle vote in the August
election waa but 1.892, they claim a vote nggre
gatlng 3,700. In Haywood County they rlalm a
Demoeratle majorlty of l.r.00 to 2.000. against a
Republlcan majorlty of at least 1.800 if the votes
were counted as cast. In Fayette County a
Demoeratle majorlty of about *00 is claimed,
?whereaa the vote if counted as 1 ast would glve a
Republlcan majorlty of 1.000. In the IXth Con?
gress Dlstrlct the Democrats rlalm an Increased
majorlty of 2.00O. raaktnjr a total majorlty i? the
dlstrlct of about O.SOO over the majorlty In Au?
gust. Never in the history of thi? State Of any
other have auch outrageous and wholesale frauds
been praetlsed under the ausplees of Demoeratle
campalgn managers. and notwithstanding theFe.
the State will be Republlcan by safe majorities."
Memphis. Tenn . Nov. 5.-At 0:30 o'elock -to
night the returns ln hand glve the Republicans
a lead of about 8,000 Pemocratic managers
clalm the State by about 10,im>0.
wiountQ.
THE RF.SULT IN POUHT-REPUHLK'ANS MAY
GET AT LKAST ONK ELECTOR.
Cheyenne, Wpo., Nov. 5.?Returns from all but
alxty-aeven preclncts in Wyomlng glve Hryan 20
plurality. Osborne. Democrat, for Congress. has
235; Corn. Democrat, for Chi.-f Ju.stice, 85. The
preclncta to hear from p.?ll 2,015 votes, and a
majorlty of them is claimed by b .th parties.
The indications are that the Republicans will
have one elector and Congreaaman, wlth ehancea
favorlng the Democrats. The Leglslature wlll
be fortv Republicans and sixteen Democrats ..11
Jolnt ballot. _ _
MIXXESOTA.
REPUBLICANS ELECT THE OOVERNOR AMD
GIVE M'KINLEY 50.000 MAJORITY.
Mlnneapolla, Mlnn., Nov. 5?There U: no doubt
whatever that Clough, Republlcan, has been
elected Oovernor of this State by at least 8,(X>0
majorlty. All the Republlcan candidates for
Congress are elected unless It be ln the Vlth Dls?
trlct, where the contest Is close between Tokrua
(Fuslon) and Morrls (Rep.), the ehancea fa?
vorlng Morris. McKinley^s majorlty ln the State
Is about 50,000:_
EANBA8.
M'KINLEY 8LIOHTLY AHEAD, WITH ONE
THIRD OF THE COUNTIES HEARD FROM.
St Loula. Nov. 5.-Thlrty-flve of the 100 coun?
ties ln Kansas glve McKinley 42,87."; Hryan,
42,756. Merrlll (Rep.) for Oovernor. 4:1,4**;
vUdy (Fuslon) 41.122 The same counties ln
180? gavc Harrison 44.i4<; Waaver, 4.I.S4J;
Smith (Rep l for Oovernor, 45,053; Lewelllng
(Fuslon) 45.011.
?
COLORADO.
Denver. Nov. 6.?Bryan and Sewali's malorlty ln
the State' wlll be 126,000. Watson. on the tlekct w!th
Bryan, seoured m fOtaa. * McKlnley'a vote In the
State will b;? less than 21.000. Ex-Osvernor ABBtaa,
Democrat, 'a elec:?d Oovernor by 14.000. The Legta
lature wlll be strongly allver, not one alratght R<
publlcan Representatlve belng choren.
CLOSE TOn L\ SOITH DAKOTA.
THE RErt'BLlCANS UAININ'O AM) CI.AIMI.NO Mlg
STATE KOIt M'KJNI.EV.
Ficrre, 8. D.. Nov. ?.?Poth Dcmo-iats and Ri
publlcans are much exelted to-nU-ht over tliedot
neaa of the returns, and charges and eonnt.r
cbargea of fraud are freely mude. At Furt I'lerr..
a number of arreata were mn.le thls afternoon foi
lUegal votlng. and taventy more are to follow to
morrow. Tne sitiiatlon ln one of extreme tenslon
It la now conccdeo by both aldoa that whlchevrr
way tbe election goea the plurality wlll not be
over COO or 700. The Republicans are galnlna allgh'.
ly. and asauruocea are repeatcd that McKinley wfll
gct |he State by ? arpalj majorlty.
The Legialatnre wlll be Topullat by 12 or 15. The
returna are not yet In from flfteen counties. Mc?
Kinley haa a lead of <G0. The Popullat chalrman,
Bowler. clalms the State for Bryan by (00. The
Republlcan chalrman, Elllott, clalms It for McKin?
ley by 100. 8nowatorma ln the western part of the
?tatc make returns alow. The alump In Republlcan
Mtlnates came from the fact that the rallroad and
mlntng vote went aolldly for Bryan.
Congreaaman Plckler announces hla withdrawal
from tha Banatorlal conteat. Congreaaman Gamble
thlnka ha la elected. Senator Pettlgrew haa advlsed
Popullata tbroughout the 8tate that the State Is
theirs aad tha Republicans wlll attempt to ateal It
COLOATE & CO.'S
Cashmere Bouquet
TOILET SOAP and PERFUME.
STZE OF BLACK'8 YICTORY.
FULL RETURNI OIVK him a ri.rnAi.iTY
OF 2'>S,(iTt>.
THE NET BHBBLT.T IN THB ASPEMW.Y BEMAISi
THE PAME. TI1K fUEPUBUCAMB HAVINU
OAIXBO ONE MEMIiEU AND
UOgT AM'TIIK!:.
Complete returns of the electlon in thls State
?how that Frank S. Black, the Republlcan can
dldate for Gorernor, was elected on Tueaday
by a plurallty of 308,879. The make-up of the
Aaacmbly remalna the ?ama?113 RepubUcani
und :;.*i Democrats?the Repnbllcani bavtng
galned <>ne member in N'ew-York slnce yester
day and loat one ln Queens Connty. The vote
for Oovernor by countiea follows:
.vuntyT"^ Btack !'..:-. Slffln.
ZvZnV 77.....". -1 ?> >s "'' "\l
A ],.,..,?. ., ';."'-,:1 s.?4, '?''
rSSS"*" . M" W* '?
rhautaoqua . ?*?'? '.,'?; "w
Uhanango. l';1!1. 7.,:' -,,
Ollnton . a.aw a.uw o?
Columbla .! J.4M J.ajn '?
\;,.,i;;,,,.,(.i *:t4? 4.?5 i??i
, 'j1"" . .:..'; 41.:.47, S3.2M I.H4J
KaV;::::::::::::.....?.; ffi fcg S
f:;:^m.::::::::::::::::::::::::: S@ ??. m
linmilt..n . . J?2 -?U M
S'eVk.nHrV...............' ?* B.W 24*
Kina?0".::::*::::::::: ioi*.ow w>* e.?*4
P "?j1 .. 4.272 3.03U 4fl
Ltvingston" 7777.7777777.. ?.?a a?*j| JJJ
""t-!7 4,'T33
Menr.r,
M ntgotnery
I.OTO
^-'.VorW. 140.139 IW.T9I
.> ? iora . N270 ft4fij
Magara ? ??. ..?,.. >;(W :;, i
???elda . "-"J JrXg ?.,
OnoBdam . -|::-4.. '.,,,., ,4H
Oranga .! 4 f... ...,..,.. ^>
orlenns . ii'iSa ii'w '.'?"?
Putnam . .-..,.-, iz,3s? f?iii
RensaHaer . biSa 4678 -??"'
Rlrhmond., ;,?,,, :i?gi l,,i
Rockland .i i-,'inv 6.TB01 nw
5?. Lawtanea ., .?7?.,1 4 ,?, ??.:
BaraUWB ?. 4 r,77 3.W7 H3
S.-liencctaJv.; y?M 133] 4,(
Sc hoharle . ?> ttso 1 'rt'V.' 4*
"??huyler ., Jjaa g^l ,?
eeneea .I ,o'.t 7 ;~i a*)
Bteuben . ra"l2fl g'?io .'?'?
2,!|tr"[n.:::::::::: -^ ?:?w ?
Julllvan . 4 ^g 2.7?f. 41
jag* ;. RgM 8.BM 1??i
Tomj.klrs. ( 11 OfJBI s.X''. 1^?
1 >ter . 4CiT 2.20S. .u
Washlngton . i,,;,. }31- !k,
Wnjne . ? 17'afUi 14i??i 40
E^'K?" .:: "'an tew t?
Wvotnlna . .,..,., , ,w, fg
Yates. i_ ' _
Tot||,? . Thrt.r-'OT.TI.I.'t" 22.U"!
' Plura Ity for BUck, gW.aT?_
WKlXLEYa VOTE /V riT/fl C7TF.
PM'RAI.ITT FOR HIM RBCOR??D AS 2ft.9l?.
\nother search through the nnofBclaJ pollce re?
turns of the electlon In thls clty was made yes
terday and the four returns of the vote for Pted
dent "'whlch were BBUMtBg on We Inesday were
brought to llgbt The last one was the return from
the Sixth Electlon Dlatrlct Of the Hd Assembly Dis
trl.t ln whlch 171 votes had been caat for M< Kinley,
2Z\ for Bryan. and 13 for Palmer. The complete vote
for Fresldent. not eountlng votes for the Bodattat
LabOC and ITohlbltlon candldates or the ?cattarfng
or defectlve ballots. was footed up from the unoffl
clal returns as follows:
M'Kiniey .?;;?;;;;;'XmAi
Un aa . ,',,;-..-,
l'alm^r. MB1S
M.Kinievs pturainy.???; - "'
A recount of the pollce Bgurea In the \th Ass? tn
hlv Dhrtrld showed that Jeremlah J. Sulllvan. tbe
RetrubUcan candklate for Aaa?nbly ln the dlatrlct,
h?rbe.t.n Otto Kempner wlth a Plurallty.of only
four votes. The tot.ii voto in the Aaaeaabk* nis
trlet was as follows:
Sulllvan. (Kep.i. !'*S
Kempner. iTnm.). ._.
Looah (Nal. Dem i. ")
Sulllvan s plurallty .
A revlew of the entlre vote of the IXth CongTeai
Dlatrlct ahowed that Tlmothy J. < ampbellhad been
badly beaten by Thomaa J. Rradley. The totala
were
II 009
Uradley. 11>?-m.)."?"?'
Campbell. iHei.i . .,:.':'
Braetey'a pluralttir . -??*'
-?
THI-: VOTR CAST 124 THIS BTATR.
Ni:\i:i.Y A MILLtOM ANI> A IIM.F BALUm IN
THB BOXEfc BOar Tin: COVXT BTAWD8.
The total vote cast for Presidential eledora In this
State was cioae to IJM,an\ it aseaeded Ihe total voto
of Ufd by over aXIM votes. Retuma r.Ived !r^:n
all countlea by tbe Unlted AaaocJated Preaaea, wlth
a few acatteting ais.tricts to be beard froaa. glee ihe
fdlowlng reeului
afcKlaley . y'i -e- i
Brysn . " isaxi
I'almer .?,. ii'^,11
l.ev.rinK (partly eatlmatsd). ?
Hauhalt (partly iaUa?ate4).... '
Total v..te.'??io>
The vote for Porter (Den.) for Oorernor waa
14 000 ln excess of the vote for llryan. and that for
OrlfBn fNat. i?em.?, for Oorernor, was I.B00 abova
that cast for I'almer.
Llttle attentlor. has been alvento eountlng Iho
vote for Prohlbltlon and B^allst-Ubor candl
dates Hoth of theaa partlea ahow a declded r.iiii.tf
off In the vote. as oempared wlth other yeara.
The propoaed Conatltutlonal amendment has Deen
voted down by a ktrge majorlty.
-?*
THRJSR COKTMTB IN BRIE.
HufTalo. Nov. 5-An examlnatlon of the returns
of tho Ist Aesembly Dlstrlct was made to-day, and
it was found that a large numbar of rotea were
onaccouated for. An appncatlen wlll be made to
the Supreme Court by P, .1. McDonnell, Republb
? an the defeated candldate, for permlsslon to
eount the ballots of his dlatrlct. Ti ? dlatrlct waa
r-arried by Cornellua Coughlln, Democrat, by .. plu?
rallty ln the lvth and Vth dlatrtcta atmllar ac
tion will be taken by John C. Mohrlng an?l Henry
Strelfler Hemocrats. who were beaten by ^mall
piuraltttea by YViiliam Bchndder and Charlea
Braun, Republlcana
-$
A DKMOCHAT FHOM T1H-: IST QUSSNS.
One of the few Democratlc Asscrnhlynien to l?
choRtn on I.oiik Island was Thomas K. Kennedy,
lha candldate ln the Ist (iue? ns Wistrlct. ]{<? beal
Charlea Beckd, hls Republlcan opponant, by ;*'?.
ACT0RJT UVEB IS DAXQER.
BBAIi chinese i.ookino Foit gTAOg CUINBgg
WITH FKI.I. INTKNT.
A wonderful tale Is projepted from Ihe Herald
Sjuare Theatre, and the a( tors ther.; say that
they are terrlhly Mghtened. It may not be tin
known to some who read thls eolunn that an op
( rettu called "The Wandarin," ls noM' runnli.j; at
that house, but the BfWl wlll prohally faill with a
shock upon all that InuY.er.tlal ChttM se of the clty
Bnd offenee ln the ptatarea of tbe Raaperor of
Cbrna and the n-.andarln whlch are glven, und
that they do not propose to stand lt. What th y
Inter.d to do about lt Is not deflnltely dlsclosed.
but prrsons connected wlth the theatre speak of
battle. and sudden death as amoiur the least thinRa
to bo expected.
Henry Norman Is the ur.fortunate wretch who
ptaya the part of the taperor, and his taundry
mnn, who rtaturally feels kindly townrd hlm, and
yet car.nol forget hls Emperor, has warned hlm.
Oeorge Honey is the mandarln of the plece. nnd he
has been told. ln an Indeflnlte sort of way. to he
ware. Rearlnald De Koven. the composer of the
muslc. haa learned that a C'hlnaman has been look
Ina for hlm. That can clearly mean only one
thlng.
The Chinese Consul. 8. T. Sie, snw the operettti
on the opening nlght, and he saw no harm In lt.
but hls countrymen express themaelves less dlplo
maiicnllv, and there ls tnlk-at the th^atre, at
least?of an appe.il to the Cbineaa Mlnlster to
have tho play stoppe<l or Mr. Do Koven's and Mr.
N'orman'K heads cut off. or somethlng cheerful and
HnKerlnp. It Is sald that tWo Thlnese trled to *et
on the stage last nlght as members of the chorus.
whlle a real meml>er of the chorus who had
strayed to the stage door to get a hreath of alr
was almost arr-sted. under suaplclon of belnr a
Chinese trylng to get ln. Thua It Is suggested to
the nrlnclpals that they need to exerclse great
care not only to aove thelr llves from thelr ene
mles' but alao to avdd arreat on chargea of aeek
Ing thelr own llvea.
AN END TOTHE SOLID SOUTH
NOTAHLE REPUBLICAN OAIN8 IN THE
OLD SLAVE STATES.
DBBJtWAM BtABYLAKO, WgST VIROIXIA AJCD
BBarrccKY ro? m-kini.ky-obmocbatbI
LOBSBi tH VIHOINIA. MISSOfRl. TEX
anjBBggfl AM> NoBTH CAROUHA
One Of the rr.ost strlking features of Tuesday'a
Republlcan trlumph Is the decislve breach WM*
by the Republlcan foreaa in the Soiid Boutb
N, *uthern BT BordBf State has been carried for
J UobllCBB I't-sM.ntialcandldatesince 1878,
?hen Florida, I.-uisiana and Boutb Can.l.na
hen s i!l in a measure under Federa. mii.tary
cnntml-raat thei, votes for K. B Hayes. In
each PreakWhtlal alectlBB alnce than streuuoua
effons have been made bp tha ******** ?n
t~? to braah the llnea of aeelloaal coalitl.m
whbh threatened more and more to nrray North
Bg.lnal BBUth in an nnwholesonte and unnatural
mi,.,, Hvaliy. BUI th.-ugh agaln and agaln
tn, marPin of fallure has been tantallzlngly nnr
row-aa when Vlrglnia was loel in 1SHS by l.ut
1 .-.:m vot.s and HTeal Vlrglnia bp btJl ??-tha
Itea of prejudlce and BourbonJam which heid tha
Bouthera and Bordar BUtaa tog*thar as a palltl
cal unit COUld n-vcr ba qulte severed.
This v.-ar tbe revolt wlthln the Demoeratle
ranlu agalnal tha elementa which captured the
party macblnery and perverted party prtnclplea
at Chh-ago haa apparently opened the way to
the SWlft and cerialn dlss.dutlnn of this loBg ln
vlnclble sectlooal alllance. Rapnblleaa rtrtortea
I in Delaware, Marylatvd. w.st Vlrglula and Kcn
1 tueky have abaken the whole fabrlc of Bonthern
! polltlcal pBwer, whfla marked Republlcan galna
1 in Tenneaaaa, North Carollna, Vlrglnia, aflasourl,
Plorlda and Tesaa poliil wlth equal cancloalre
neaa to tha apaadp dleeoluUoo of that ?eetlonal
lesgtta which f..r twenty yeara paal haa aetad as
a Cbeck on the namral developetnent of Atnerl
CBB pOlltiCS. Of the 100 electoral votes which
this CBBJltlBO so long controllc.l. ."." were plven
..n Tueaday to the Bepubllcaln caadldBtea f.>r
Praaldenl Bnd Vlce-President. whlle the net Re?
publlcan galn In votes In the whole group, over
1888 and 1802, can be reckoned at over 890,000.
DelBWBre, the flrst ?.f the four Border Stat.-s
which have now Jolned the Republlcan column.
casts about 40.000 votes. Demoeratle Presidan
tiai pluralltles bava alwaya been smaii. That
of 1898 WBi 8,441; that of 1808 was only 514.
Major McKinley*! plurality Of Tuesdav last Is
put al 2.800?a galn over 1802 ln this small
Btete of .'5.114 votes.
Maryland's Presldentlal vote thls year shows
BB extrnordlnary rev. rsal of polltlcal oplnlon.
The norroal Democratk plurality has been aboajt
IL'.ihhi. and. though ln 1SSS Mr. Clevelnnd's
margln over (b-nera! Harrlson fell to 8,182, It
rOM agaln In 1802 to 21.180, On Tueaday the
Republlcan electoral llcket swept the State by
a plurality of 80,872 ft galn slnce 1802 of 52.
(Kh> votes. All six Representatlvea ln CBBtgreBB
choaen were also Republicans.
Weat Vlrglnia has been a etaaa state poiiti.aiiy
for many yeara. and In 1888 was Blmosl CBITiad
. ver into th.? BepabHean eotumn. PVmr yeajra
ng>. Mr. Cl-veland's plurality was about n?rmal
1.170. This year MbJOT McKinley wlll have
a plurality of over 12.0OO-a galn or 1??.("hi votes.
Kentucky wlll probably ba found t.. ba Ra
publlcan on the offldal ceunt by aboul I.'nki
plurality. Four yeara av;.. the Demoeratle plu?
rality for Presldant waa 40.020, wbUa in 1883
it was 58,886. Th- net Republlcan galn slnce
ISitii is therefore abotit 41,000 votea
Other s..uth.-rn Btgtea which hatva apparently
glvBn thelr electoral votea to Mr Hryan Bhow
Blmllarly Imjx rtanl Republlcan gatota Tennea
see, which is now claimed for Bryan by a plu?
rality of 10.000, gave Cl?veland In 1802 a plu?
rality of 88.504. N'.rth Carollna. which wlll
probably glve Bryan its electoral vota by a mai
Kin >.f i<>.<nm>. w-nt Democratk four yeara ag<
by 32,006 Mlaaourl, now claimed for Bryan bj
perhapa :'.">??ni, gava Cleveland In 1802 a plural
itv of ?l i^J in Virait.ia f?ur yeara ago Cleve?
land beal Harrlaon by MMM1. The State i.aa
I ne for Hr\an this year, apparently *by a mar
gin of aomethlng like 2.? votea
Theac flgurea, however, do not dtarloaa lha full
Bweep of RepuMlran advanoa ln the Boutb; f-.r
four v.-ars ago ln all theee statea bul Delaware,
Maryland and v7eat Vtrglana, a large Populiai
vote waa polled f?.r Preetdent, which this .-..r
has gone to Hryan under the t.irt.s of Detno
ctati.-popuiist i'usion if Oeneral v7eaver*a
Vote Is added. as It sbould DO, 10 the OppOBltlon
atrength of four y.-.irs Bgo, the Bepubllcan salna
thls v.-ar over 1802 for Ihi aeveral States would
Btand aa followa; Kentucky, 74.800; Tenneeave,
42.0(a); .\orth Carollna, 67.000; Mlaaourl, 47.BOO;
Vlrglnia. 12.050 The nei RepuMtcan galn ln
lh< '? rlghl Boutharn and Border states ..r Dota
ware, Maryland, Weat Vlrglnia, Kentucky, Mis
aourt N<>rth Carollna, Tennessee nnd Vlrglnia
would then f<? .t up about 848,000 Hera is a
table v hii h ahowa the Prcsldt ntlal pluralltlea foi
I8SH, 1802 and 1800 ln lha elght stat.-s abova
mentloned
lv?v INM |s:>n
!'? ' - ..r? . ". 441 il> p M4 fD.l '.' t ?' .11
Maryland . B.l*}0).t Sl.liVwD.i .'t.< "T" 'it ?
W.-t Vlrulnl-i . MHIitt.l I.IT4 4D.I 15.000 iH
Krntnrh* . ?*- >'??'?'?. ? i > . 4<?02r?(l).i l.onotK.
N'.rth Carollna la.Zia ?It.i M .vc. .i. . lo.onoOM
Mi-?..irl . 'J. Tiu ib.i 4i?.,.t>. :?-.,???. i. ,
T.nri..?t- . I0.7BI ll>.l XI .". U . 1. , r.i>..,|..
viratnta . iv!?.i.i aa.aai<0.i aa.?W(t>.i
ln Boutb Carollna, Qeorgta, Alabama. Missis
sii>|ii, Loulalana and Arkanaaa, where ..il efforta
to puah a Bound-money campaJgn were consld
,i.-.i hopeleaa, llttle change is notlceable ln the
Presldentlal vote Plorlda an.l T.-xas (,r.- Ilkel)
alao to ahow conaMerable Bepubllcan bbIbb, bul
returna from th.-s.' stat.-H .-ir.- al preoenl t<>..
vagua to furnlah a aattafactory basn for coro
parlson.
?
THi: l.YTII CONQBEH*.
A REP1TBUCAN PLURALITY <>k BIOHTY TWO IN
thi: BOUfl xiii: sknati: i:\ti!i:m!:i.v CUMM
Lat.. returns from the few Htatcs stlll ln db,
pute leave the Republlcan plurality in the Roajsa
of Bepreaentatlvaa nt 82, wlth a ctear party
majorlty over both Democrata and Popu
iists of o.". Two hundred tind eleven Bepubllcan
Bepreaentatlvea bava been elected, \.u Demo?
crata and 17 Poptllata and sllver nen, The South
Dakota Legialaturs has been captured by the sii
ver fusion fot.es, and will probably r.-turn a
I'opullst to (III Mr. Kyl.'s Bhoaa, The Repul,||
ian str.nKtii in tha Banata after afarch 4 may
therefore Btand at 14 -ona laaa than half the
memberahlp of the body. There may i.e .'lu Bllver
Democrata, 4 Kuun.l Money Democrats, 7 Popu
Msts. and 5 allver men. Tha aound-monay forcea
wlll probably !?? b) a bar.- majorlty. Apnended
la a table glvlng the repreaintatlon In the nexl
lfolise by States:
Alafaama
Atk miil
Callf.a-nla
<? I.i i
|.. lawarc .
:'. .1 ,.i.i .
Oaoftpa .
IBaba .
liiino.? .
In.l.anu .
li \\n .
K.iiisii^ .
Keniurkv .
I. i-i ,? .i .
BtaUt* .
ktarjrland .
MH'nMchurett^
Muhlaun .
M.ll.j. h .... .
MisniKHt]>j>t .
M...4Uii .
M :.'...ti.. .
Netraaka .
Kevatfa .
.\^? llam|.iih.rr
x>? Jaraay ....
Nn Ywk .
N, rth . iir...in..
Norta i>..k..i? ..
Olllo.
orcgf.n .
ivnnnylvanta ...
i:i....|. lalaad ...
s.iuth . ... ?;.. . .
HOUlll P.ih'.'d ..
T?nn?.fi*e .,
T. xaa .
t'tah .
Wrm.nt .
Virslnta .
\\'ashln?t..n -
Waal VwibUa .
Wimonoln .
Wyomlna .
T'-tnln
i;. juit. i.un plurality
l!.|.iif.||.uii mnj.rlty
I
i Rep.
? I -
Dem.
~" :<
a
I
i
iT
I
, aiT
I.itrarer. rnomler. Iiettrr thnn e-ver. He>w
v\m\tiJSvwmtSSt ,n?n'? 1U"Ch eounUr H
BROWN'S
| Invaluable for clearlng snd
jitrengthen'.ng the volce and
'rellevlng Hoaneness ar leM
ot volce. Couglis. Irrltatlon
DDAIIPUIAI ior 8oren'M "f th' ' "r?at'
DnUliuniiiL
awaaaal exertlon of th* vocal
TROCHES
nrgaaa.
Sold r.nly in tvnes.
WE8TCHE8TER'S DBCIBIYE VOTE.
nrtPRCTORI R??D AN OVRRHAULIKO, BUT
THF. RKaTULT IS iATIirACTORY.
It has been matter for astonishment to not n
few people that Westehester County shoul.l be
among the last In Ihe F.mplre State to have frankl>
declared eatlauttea of the electlon returns prepareo
for publlC Informatlon The facts of the caae. as
nthered yeeterday by a reparter for The Tribune,
Who vlslt.'d Whlte I'lains. show that that Is due
in part to tbe etedlea inspectors. and partu to
th- long dlstances that me-sengers have to tra\e|
wlth Ihe retuny. At the prescnt tlaae only two
dlatHcta ar- w/ntlng. One H a dlatrld In North
Bnlem. and Ihe other. atranger s.i... ln Mount
Vtmon. The name of the laat-mentloned dtotriet
could not be asc-rtnined. Charlea I. Deeker, apeciai
deputy reunty elerk. fBnetalmed rea.lalbOity for
delav'on the part of tbe offlce. hls ehlef. Uverctt
p crumb. not betng at the ofBce. The Luunty
ChTk had sent out the uaual . nvelopes and blanks
wlth inatrudlooi to inspectors of electlon to lil
them out and return them as eertMed coplea ot
the officlal returna whlch were awitln aaai i rer
,he uae of the sui?ervlsois of elec.lo^s ir ak ?
the ofAdal count. ln one nstanee the Inapectors
had 11,.-ii.seii the tally aheet of the poll in.tnt 'in
!:,:;!..r1::,,;,'.^.. and ** *?*?**.SA,ST
oth.r clrcumatancea of tha electlon. ji*em?d o in
.?I,.,,,. ,be necesalty for a radlcal reforna in. ine
ille yeaterday mornlng about
M ' o k 'l '.r ? ar" ine returna on the prlnclpol
J..,, iuutea aa rdlectlng the niain bwuea of the
eanpaian] although it may be remarked ln adeance
that th" Republlcan tlcket was trlumphaat:
. lagaa
McKlnlay .7.7...... H oaJ
Bryaa .
MeKlataya plaraJlty .
ma QOVERMOR.
.... 18,009
nia.k <n >. ism
I' - r (D.).... "w
(irlffln IX, I'.i. jt;
?mltk (Pae.1. SS
lt.ilkj:n (ioc.l.
Black'a t.ur?;uy ."''
l.IKI'TKNANT <H>VEKN<>11.
Woodreff IB.). n'ooa
grhraob d?.?. aS
Hinrlrha (X. l>.l. xx>
i,iiimer (Pffcl. '4,r,
Benn 't; <.-;?? ???.?.? ,.,
grhraub iPee.).*._
gfoadraaTa prarallty . . ''"H
pog coXORRat.
winiaia r. tv.,r.i .it >. '!?*?}
t:,?.n- B. Travla .1....... ' ?.?
t, ?^s V la*n ar? (N D.). '?' A
tim.-* H Haraj (Pea.l. j'iy
|,i ' n Hanlal (H ? >. Si!
gta i.. ralrekha lt in. _ ?'?*
gfara'e plenuity . fi'<'fl
POR as.jkmhi.y.
I.?t Dwtrlct: r, is'.
Smlth iR i.,' ..
gtllwell (D.) - . ' ? -,
gtStef (N. D.l.?rt
Terrell iPw i . ..Vj
rhaeaayn* (Roe.i.
li.l Ulsiri ? ?.,u
Kir.m'tt iR.?. , -.,,
- r (D.l .?. ?, .
\V?inr:ght iN l??. '.. :.
Cntltna il'rr. i. |gg
i: ? r> iS ? i .
1111 Platrlct: ,,,,-.
Haatad <it > ..,,,-,.,
\\ ik^r i!' >.,aa
|i?rr ? iS. I> i. ,-^
Rarrati iPr?.! .
POR .yunty TRBAatmgR
Pranrta M rarpaattr IB-). ]?'-T\-!
t hn Heae ''' '. " "???>?
Jam?? Wllkln*.n 'IV. i.KJ
llct-r! \ I" ?"-?' iaoc I
por i! rni aa or thb gfPRBitE cwrt
,, |N *7."
. ;,.r. I .i iiar-''? n ilt i .? ? ..m
Wiliiim W <l.?-lrl li l?l ?. titilt
Mt.la-1 H Itlr. hh-TB 'H ?. 77;
S?m.i?l T VhM K (R.l. |7;SI"
i .hn rvminc ip.i . ,.:;H
wiuiam r. <rs> ? ?(' > . , ;?,
-? aa lO.i. .', , '
? . H M t- ?!? I .,,J"?
i miniw TWICB TRtK* BV1CWK. ?
<v?T on- BY RtP PARBNT8, ton WALTBPOIir HAI>
CDMB ni I'-t: TO BROIB Un ant.w
Caat off by hbi parenta as ,. ne'er-do-well and a
apendtbrtft.ua rou Bfaltadarf. twenty-aeven jwara
old arrtrad m New-Tarh Clty four wceka ago by
way of tha Haaaburg-AaneHcan Llna of atearaahlpa
M, WB? t..n. ithi-ti' laoklng, and had n handaoRM
Tentonle face lla waa ? gradu. of Halle rnl
.. i |ty, iti Oermany
?Then von Wali/.dorf flrst Brrlred, he ddennlned
.. would begln Bfe anew. II waa In rahi lhal
.. wenl froni place io place, ns his mabtllty to
?peak Enallah prednded hlaa front obtalnlag a
tion Rennwhlle, his slewder aupfMy af aaoney
gavaout, md all >^>y Wednaaday he walked around
ihe clty wlthoul a real ???' w'i"i aathtng to eat,
?i h- w is too proud la \?-? He alepl all RTednea
day nbybl ln Central Park, under a traa thal abd
terod hlm aomewaal from tbe raln.
w.t. cold and deapondent, when he awoke rea
terday naomlng. he determlned Io and all hls
troublea by kTtllng hlmaelf. Ha atarted for tha
lower reaerrgjr, and, elhnbtng the fence. was just
ahout to I'.ip ini.> tbe water when RTatehnian Jobn
Mi Manua, who patroU ahout the kwaf reaarvalr,
iitn.- along and apied hlaa
III. there!" ahOUted M< Manus. "What are you
doltlg""
"ln Ihe water Is peace." abauted von Wnltzdorf
in Oermaa, n? he polnted to the watet
>r Manua Jumped oref the fence and grappled
wlth ron Waltadorf. Ha Bnallj auccaeded In biduc
Ing tbe m.in to ciimh back over the fence, and then
watched tha deapondenl Qarman walklng down tic
road.
?That f.iiow win bear watehlng." aald McManua
to Mntaelf. and aecordhigty for katf an hour he
tramped In tbe raln after von vraltadeef. At the
rxniratlon af thal tltna ron Waltadorf had agaln
reachrd the sp<>t where he attempted to klll h.m
aclf, and he agaln Jumped oeer tbe fence.
McManua w is after hlm, and thls tlme was not
a aecond too aron, as he grabbed tbe wouW-be
aultlda lusi as he waa aboul to )ump Into the
water The watchmaii la a much imaller man
than von Waltadorf, and tbe Oerman strtiggled
deanerately to cacape- I'or tive mlnuteother foughl
?iIoiik thebank. and linally help cama to McManua
when two cltlaena and I'olleeman James B. Uageley
ran up and hdped to subdue the Oerman.
Baaaley and McManua took von waltadorf to
Yorkville Court, and tinre'ii.- mm arralgned before
Mini-tr.it.' I'orn. ii on a ehargeof harlngattempted
aulclde, and held ln fWl for nlal
UR. JORDAN >TM(Ts foK WA8HINQT0N.
Blanford [Tnlretalty, CaL, Nov 5. Dr. Darld s.
lordan atarted this evenlng for Waahtngton, where
be wlll prescnt B statenienf to tht> metnbers of
Itaaldcnl tieveiand's Cabtnet ln regard to the ?eal
Ing la Behrtng 8ea. and auggeatlona from a mrmv
tiMe atandpdnl rf the dtaaatroua resuits of auch
ttallng, I>r. Jordan la hopeful that the Oovem
ment wlll at once arrange wlth Oreal Britala for
aoBM nethod of Buppreaelng UlegaJ aeallng. He
atatea tint tbe Rngllab aclentlata and eommlaaton
crs wlth whuiu be haa dlacuaeed [ha ?ubJeci agree
that aonx inti lnational plan ahould be adoptad Im
medi.it. i>. n wlll be aereral weeka b.fore Btanford
Unlveralty'a preddenl wlll be abla io return to
C&llfurnla.
- ? -
01 SISESS EUli IKHISS\IE\TS.
Pklla b Iphla, Nov. 5-John H. Brennlser, tradlng
as .i. h. Bienalaat h C%\, woollen deajara, to-day
mnde an asslnnment to John F. McCmckan. The
gaaota of the ftrm are aaM to aaceed Sioo.ooo, und
the llabllltles are pl.u ??.! at .ihout thls umount.
Prank W. Parrdl and Ilurrltt II. Bawyer. Indl
rlduaUy and irgtHng ?s Um Naactakkajrae Manu
facturlng Company, paMr?makera, aiso made an
asslgnment to-day lo Predeiica M. I.eonard. The
llahlllil a are estimnted at }120,noil.*and It Is belleved
the naaeta wlll prnbably meet thls amount.
Rualneaa deprecsion ls glven u^. tbe cause of the
falltires.
-4)
.1 LAJWR sl 1/ FOR EOHEIUS MI88I0K8.
Rochester. N. V.. Nov. it. The flnal ???csslon of the
Kxecutlve t'ommlttee of the Woman's PofelgU MIs
atonary Baelety was hfi.i thi< marnlag at Monrae
AVMMM Church. The most lmportnnt Item of busl
nms waa the preacntattau of tha aawwnta whlch
each branch of the ao.dety wlll eollect and dlsburse
durlng the eBBUlag ye'ir. Thesc amounts aggrc
aate $337,309 43. i'arting addresses wcti made by
Dr. J. T. Oracey and the Rev. W. D. I'latt. after
whlcb tha aoclaty adjourred to meet at Oenver
next year.
I THETRIUMPHANTCHAIRMAN
MR. HANNA, WHO RETCRNS TO THE CITY.
j ISSUES A 8TATEMENT.
IgATOmgO that MKl.NWiY wiu, HAVE AT
UBAST m auJaSTOBAli VOTEB-A H.rRAMTY
OP HOB8 THAN l .ooo.OM.
I Marcu.s A. Hanna. chalrman of the Republlcan
j Natlonal Pommlttee. reached thls clty yesterdny
1 forenoon. He CBBM dlrectly from Cleveland. and
! looked worn wlth the hard work of the campalgn.
i altbOUgh he was exceedlngly cheerful. He, BB>
I nlalned hls tlred appearance by saylng that
! waan't the work of the .-ampiilan ao much aa lt
was belBg BP the last few nlghts. "I was up all
nurhi Tueaday night." he aald wlth a attght langh,
??:h1 now that It Is all over and McKlnley'a elected
I have been pretty busy recelving congn.tulatlons
npon the vicory." He went ?c the Wa.dorwhere
he has Bpartaaenta, and ahortly afterward O
,?.,, Republlcan headrjuarters In the Metropoll
t;.n I.lfe Rulldlng and spent the greater part of the
,1Mr,",M'u..., Mr. Scott. Mr. Hobart Mr. Bllaa
Oeneral Cteyton, Oanaral osborne and all othira
who bava been dlreeting ?he oaaipalgn fromi the
But wara on hand to m-et Mr. Hanna. They
gatbered In hla room and an executlve waatan was
held. At It. close. BbOBt 2 o'clock. Mr. Hanna
ma.le tha followlng forn.al statement. which he
SufBclenl returna have been SftSaBMatffS
?n- that the followlng States have Uen utrrl..d ror
McKinley an.l Hobart, wlthoul a doubt.
Callforela . l\12n,~V3Zf ". i'.J
Unnnectleut . i> N?w~V.rk.?? ??
l.e'.nwnre . ?? Orll" . ,
IKInoli . -* ?""? '" ? ? ?;. r>
in<i|.,n. . I'' I'.-i.r.Hvlv.ml.'i . ?>?
naiana ............. ];( ){h ,. litlan,, . 4
Itatne".... J JoaO> ???""?" . 1
Marvtand . s VerBiaei . ."
1 SaaaachoaetU I.::.:.:.. le Weat Vlrglnia . 0
i Ulnneaota . 9 ?"?' '???" . 1
Mirhlgan . UiWyoaattag . _M
North Dakota . ? _ . "itt
1 New Rampahtra . at T.itni . i
Whieh Insuree th.ir, election by a ?fJj?srttJte?* I
8i in the Electoral Collega If everj otner
"Bti&SEl Spffcant facl of thls victory ?- i
i^,;;^,,rN^h^=^s1^ven\,^1^ in
d?fi imi-rUncn to tha country VJgfJig*
v\, L'Slted States incendlary **?^$L"*i
.?hairman Mbbbb wo. aeen laaf alghl al the Hotel
Wajdorf. and ashad upon what grooods he baaad
hls clalm 10 one electoral vote ln Wyomlng for M -
Klnley. Hc smlied and replled: "Our clalm la
baeed on a Wkajram we recrfved thls afternoon
from Unlted States Senator Francls E. Warren. of
Wyomlng. atattng that we w-re ??"ol??*'y "ure
of one electoral vote, and that In all probablllty
?re will alao gct tha ?ther two."
The chalrman talked freely about the e*mpelgn.
Ue pul ln much work ln the mlddle W.st. sald
,?. -and ma.le the flght malnly upon the money
taaua and won upon that. The other slde reJaad
the issue of lha elasses and the BBBaaaa They
abused me peraooaRy and destgnated me as the
repreaentatlva <-f the money powor, the agent of
the gold svn.ll-ate and so on. They thought they
had the fnnners apoB the money IsesM and the
laborlng clasaea upon the creed of mass against
chaaa. The vote shows that nelther one was taken*
in and thal the cowarry is aafa."
When Mr Hanna was asked about tarlfT legls
lathm ha replled by t.diing a atery. Ka aald that
at one llme some one asked Llncoln how iBBg ?
man'a leg abould be. Uncoln anawered that h<- had
often glven thal oueatton matur.- deUfaeratton, and
he *us of the oplnion that a leg ought to be long
, nough to reach to the ground. 'That ls the
w..v wlth M.tlor McKlnley*s larlff legleUtlnn/1
roVtlnued tha head of the KMfcwaJ ?o?m?ttee.
?He is ln favor of just so much protectlon as wiu
,, "m ua o comoete wlth for.-ign. rs and Pjrote-t
our laborera and no more. l thlnk that wlll be
found to ba Jaai wi.a. la aaked for when Coagraaa
"tR*' Hanna e?preaaad hlmself aa belria HUtMr
ntJnaVdwlth ?"' iudden revlval oj' t.ualne-s and
dlaolay .?f confldenoa on all sldes. "The people are
' i i w i ?? s.i.i . ... >?>? ar? .> ? -
l"'' ?hv wlid Mnanclal leglslatloB. We bava tha
Houae'VV>UtS -nd tha ktaldent. I think-hu
tvuelneaai wlll at4?dlly reehra and avery ana wiu be
^Th^chilrman paldBtxOJuta to ^*?*Jfi?\%
n?mnerata and aald that much of the ri^nt tor
... v ?? torv Waa due to thetr hard worh a Ihe ht
.',:, ,,r M. Klnley! "Th-y ?rere." he added. "Imuor
,.? ractora In thereault. Thev worhedaa hard aa
L . ,ii.i f..r the aame cauaa. nnd tbe) acted aa irue
,., a?d patrlita throughout. They were of greal
"Uis.V.V.- and deaerve mud. credll Maal of th.ru
vot.d for M. Klnley dlrectly. It seeara.
Mr ii inns aald thal the headquartera here would
i?. .... r'r aboul another week, and lhal ha would
K her". ptohably thal long. Ha aald tha he rb.l
not expe't M.lor McKlnl.y 10 COBM hast |.
i for he Inauguratlon, and when aakediwhat be
wouM do after averythlng waa cloaed up, he swunt
round ln "la chalr. ptehed up a lot of papera and
aald heerfully: M
aarret<A Hobart was al hMdauartara forJtba
n - ,i?.. alnce hla eleetlon He aajd thal he dldn't
Kave a w..r.i to aay eaeapt lhal ha was praud of
""afr'Slanley atarted for his hocaeln Halna raater.
d i) iit" face waa wreathed ln amUea aa h<- aaaao
Mr Hanna, "How aboul atalnet"
rOVXQ FREES IX CV8T0DY.
Ht; BUBBBKDBB8, AND 0IVBJ8 OUT A BTATB>
MENT DBCLABINa THAT Hl DID KOT
BTAB afOOWAK.
J'. t. r I're-s. tha fo.itt.-n-y.ar-ol.'i l?>y. who ii
vVadneaday kiii.-.i Wiin.im ItcOowaa, nlaa yeara
oid by atabbiug blBJ balaai lha haart wlth a pen
knl'fe. and who h.s been ln hldlng slnce. was aur
lende'red yeaterday afternoon .t I a'eleek by hla
lawyer, Korrla afayor, to Detectlvea Keaay nnd
Dowlln'g, of tha WTeal OBa-Hundred-aBd-twertty
Bfth-al atatton, Ha waa tahen by th.-m to tha st.i
tlon. and fr.mi th?W th.- boy was aent to the roorcs
of the iSerry Soclety.
vThlla at the statlon yoting Prees gave out the
followlng statement, wiii.h had been prepared by
hls lawyer:
I John l'.ige an.l four other boy* started t..
hniid i aoat-atahle in the vacant lot. on Tenth
' . hetvrtM n one hundre.l-au.l-thirty-nrst and Oue
hundred-and-thlrty-aecond au.. on Tueaday after?
noon and BnUhed II Wedneaday after schooi. John
I'il-,- and I atood together after ihe work was done
and I took out my penknlfe and bogan to elean
mv n illa laai th.-n the two kfcOowan hoys. Rddle
Dowllna .i boy, nleknamed "Mlke Dooley," Bd
M.-viiiffe aad hla brother Vlctor, cama runnlng
br'chaalng Mik.- Barry acroea tha lot untll Ihey
cauKhi hlm. They Btruck him aeveral tlmea, and
then cama over lo where John Paga aad l were
atandlng. ? ? . . . ,,, ? . .
?Whil are you fellows dolng herel they s.ild.
\\r dld n?.t iinawer them. "Are you buttfltua a
McKinley houae?" Ihey aald. They then plcked up
-and an.l IhreW H :.t us. It was in tny ey.s. Then
tii.v iil nished at us together. They knocked me
tioain and Wlllle McOowan ''.?il aa lop of me. i
puahed th.-m >>ff and w.-nt on loward my boma, I
.U.-.-.l ihe knlfe :.n?' PUt it i" ?'> pOCket. There was
no bloo*ron it Mv moth.r was atandlng on lha
Ht..oi> and called m?- in to have aupper. I dld not
knOW t had stal.l.ed BBybOdy. Wlllle I was eatlnx
auoper Mrs Paga (the Janltreaa of the housei
cama In and toi.i my mother to hlde me, thal Wlllle
KfcOowan waa dead In the hospltal.
Hera Young Piaea'a ayea tiiie.l wlth leara and hls
volce was choked wlth d. ep emotlon. which hi
valnty tri.d lo anhdua, He eontinoed:
I told mv mother all of the story, and she be
lleved me. Then a polleeman caflta, but I hl.l on
the flrc escapa and my mother told hlm I was not
at hOflte. After he had gOJM away my mother took
me downtown on a cabia-oar. That'a all I've got to
aay
He tafUBBu to say where ba had been hldlng. us
hls lawyer. Mr. Mayor. had lnstructed hlm to sny
tiothlng to the newspaper tnen more than what
Was ln the statement. Deputy Coroner Donlln held
an nutopay yesterdav on the ho.ly of young Mc
QOWan al tha hoapltat, and found that he h.nl
dled from a atab arouad ln the rlght v.-ntrlele of
the haart, Ha gave a peraatl for the removal of
ihe hody. and lt was tak.-n lo the home of Mra.
Heaton, the dead boy'a grandmothar. The funeral
ayaa held at No. M WBBl Thlrtleth-st. last nlght.
MOHH DIAMOND* DISAPI'EAR.
AN ACTAKM AC.AIN TIIK VICTIM THE MANAUKR
THUtKfl THAT THF.Y WIU. COMK HA<*K.
Keen observers of the nffalrs of the staare have
long slnce learned to vlew lest dlamonds wlth sus
BtBaBB. It would bo more eaact, perhapa, to say
that they havo learned to vlew the place whenco
dlamonds are BaaBpai to have heen loat wlth aua
plclon. A elever presa ngi-nt of an aetreaa who
never had ? illamond ln her llfe aaa so Impresa
the Ii.m of them upon h?r uilnd ihat ahe aetually
mtasea them. Hut there are re.illy some thlnga
th-it havo a genulne look about tho story of lost
dlamonds that CBBM from the Fourteenth Btreet
Theatre yaatardajr
The dlamonds were aet in an anklet. and that la
a novelty lu Ita-lf. They belonged to Mtsa Ethel
Knlght-Molllson, who plays the part of a half
castn ln "The Cherry Plckers." There Is a place
m the play where one of the men ttea her aboe for
Ifer, and ln the courae of tha rehearaala lt waa
auggaatad that lt would glva a teueh of looal colar
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November number to
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with you.
??An influ.nce for (<** thnt ?heaMIb
in everv houeehold ataera -here ar* efeg
(!r^n " Roiihoatir Beretd.
?rtvth ln lattar pre** anl ?n?ravln*?
abore ?nvthmg that we piolure !n th?
?,inv ltr.a.'
I>.nl'm Tlnv t.
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If ahe were to dlsplay an anklet. auch as thaaa
women wear. at thls pdnt. She had an old <UV
mon.l necklaco whlch had been In her famll> f*
manv vears. and Mr. I'ltou. the manager. ImluCtf
her. mu. h egalaat her Wlll. to wear this tnsteadof
imita.ion Jewela. lt went twtce around her anUe
and faatened, and he assured her that she coeie
not poeetbty lose it.
But now he assures the pubtfc ln an adfggg?
ment that she did ksM lt. and that he 1- wllllng to
glve NJM and ask no niicstions to get it back. It
waa kwi al the aaattnee on gfadaaaday afternoon.
Sh,. had lt on when she went on the stage for tha
Mcand aet, aad aha dM not kara it on *MBl
got back to her diaaalag fiia Ot aaaraa a 0111
mwI aaareh was made. The floor doth* of tha
ataae were ahakM and the pawnahopa were
portant' Perhapa lt ls not. bv Itaelf. I****
conoition of whlch It ls one of the ln. hcatMie tnat
n importaut. If dlaraonda go on ?^?J^SL
fmm aetrwaaea In thls fashlon. the weilds sunpiy
Th,' wlll aoon become depleted, and then alagt
llamonda wlll have to be aaed for cro?n JeweU.
EARTHQCAKES IS ICBLAKD
ON* BITNDRBD AND FIFTV FARMS
RUINBO AND MANY CATTLE KU.l.ED.
Ul
H miskky aMOMQ T1H-: PBOPti Uhbl E8T1
matkp at |tgg.eaa THE BTOfftf of
RBCRMT BROCB*
Lond.n. Nov. ... - -Addcea recelved BCN BhjBf
that earthuiiakes were reneweu In the south
western part of Icdand on October 4. On- hun
drad and flfty tarm were rulned, a large number
Ot cattle killed. anJ quantltiea of atorvd foods
d.-strove.l. There |.? much mlsery BBMBg tha
peopte. who are camping aat under Imi^odaaj
iheltera The loss is eatlraated at 600.000 kroner
($130,000). No loss of llfe Is reported.
Icdand has lewetrthr Baaa datted by ? eartai of
earthquake shocks. the most aerlou*. wlth regara
,o the daaaaga that has been oaae, that baeeao.
eurred In thls century. On the evenlng o Augud
H the flrst shock occurred. aad lt WM *****
another. somewhat bss seyere. tha UQ*t atgTgBa?
Thaaa shocks were felt over the ^^^Sl!
?f the island. but w-re most Molent ln th Mllatrlrt
of Hangarvalla Syssel. whlch lies dlrec, > to th.
MMtta of liekla. ln that dlatrlct flfty-tUe farm
hou*, wlth the adja,ent outhulhl-ngs were lev
dlad wlth the ground. Th. ?he ^?fJJ
[Cdandle taiaabeuata are bullt of turf and ston?a.
WlthOUt lime or eegeaat, aad wlih a weak wooden
framework. and eonsequently they at eaaajTWU
M aa earthquakc shock of any dotoaca. R***^
lha few tlmber bouses whlch are found ln th.?
part of the eountry were cAvrthrown. or rWgJB*
M.siv daaaaged No loss of Bfa was anii IibbI Bf
thls earthuuake. although there *?'*1<om' "JJJ
escapes; but a number of cattle and aheep wera
erushed or auffocated ln the ru.ns of ?<??
houses. or under tbe landallpa whlch. ? *?'????
places, occurred ln the open. /?n??.
' occaslonal tremors were Mt durlng *?*??
ing aaya. but nothlng aerloua happened untll tne
,.gh? of geptember o. when another vlob^n shock
occ.rre.1. wlth eyen more dlsastrous effect . TM
?me the seat of the dleturbance was iItorej.
Hangarvalla Syssel waa "?P?"'^J?g J.
f,.ete,l, but the most damage was ^done ln theao
jacent dlstrlct. to the ^^^..JSggaSB
,,ver one hundred farmhouaea w th ^ *?fi~
Ings. were thrown doan or M^V^'^7roMrirl
waa the lo-a on ?hla occaalon conBwd if? P^Cjg
An age<l rouple lost thelr "y/">,?niri!yjP|v the draf
ln tfca rulns of thelr house Fortunatoly. ?"? ^
Ihock. between 10 and 11 ? c>f K^-gabltaaia 3
Santernher C. wakened moat of ?h? J?," houaaa, ao
ftfe dhftrtct ind drove them out of tbdr ^?ftht
that the Inrnatea were out of ""VJ-yerted the
next shock. about four houra later. conven
bulldlnga Into heapa of rulns.
CASTORIA
For Infanta aad Cbildran
nal
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