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M'KINLEY AND ROOSEVELT ELECTED.
NEW-YORK^ GIVES 120,000 PLURALITY.
ODELL BY 100,000.
REP. DEM.
STATE SENATE 34 16
ASSEMBLY 102 48
ESTIMATED COUNTY PLURALITIES FOR PRESIDENT.
* ~~~ t9OO. ISOO.
C-.ntle.. Me- Me-
Klolry. Bryan. Kinley. Bryan.
Albany « 10 445
*ll**a»y -•' iOO 31843 ' 184
J,roon» «™ BIH9
mm . 3.700 3.249
Ca,o«* •** 4.179 — .
Can>S«
Chantaua-a... M- 7'T447 ' T44
KO O 2.074 — —
Cbfm»ng " nnom
Cb»»C> •••• »•»* — — a>365 — —
Clinton .I *.««» =-° 31
Col«mbi« »•«« a ' :iSI
Cortland -'."«' •»"
Delaware *««» 3 - : "°
».tche U S- 500 5 -» ° 3
Brie # _ "• ° 15,425 —^~
«;.,„ 3O<> ° 3 ' <tOS
franklin 3.000 3,028
fnlt'n, Him'l'n 3,r»UO — — 3.SJVS j
C«. D ».ee l.*<*> — 2,1*6
Dr.... 1™ «■ !
Xlerklmer =.ri<M> «■"«•
Jelferßon ••• • • 4.M>O •— ■^— 4.707
HI OK* 3.WH) 32.253
ttirl! 1.300 1.424 ,
gjrfnffnton .... 1,111 1.3U2
dl«on 1^«O 4,008
jMonrce OJSOO 0,130 |
Wont«r«nierT . . 2.000 — — 2,»2:i — — ,
pa«*aa t.»«o '
S>w-Tork .... 2*.«» on a 0.73» j
jtlßgßra 14SOO 2.155 j
t),rlda 6,300 7^52 I
KEW- YORK'S PLURALITY
grVE? M'KINLEY 120,000 MORE VOTES
THAN IT CASTS FOR BBYAN.
ODEL.L RUNS 20.000 BEHIND NATIONAL
TICKET— GAIN OF SEVEN REPUBLICAN
CONGRESSMEN-SUBSTANTIAL AD
DITION TO MAJORITY IN
LEGISLATURE.
*Cew-Torlt; Ftat<», as in I*o6. proved to be an
tfbject lessen f r the whole country in the great
fc'urality which it rolled up for honest money
fend for the Republican candidates for National
fcnfl State offices. Estimates at a late hour last
fclieht pave the State to M^Kin'ey and Ytnose-
Jfelt by th*» remarkable plurality of upward of
J2<\<W> ballots. This splendid showing is more
than grntifyirsr to the managers of the Repub
lican canvass, whose estimate, as given out by
thainr.an Odell only a few days ago. was only
jrn'tOitO plurality for the National ticket. New-
Jerk State, moreover, wan the battleground
fcliere Bryan waged a fierce fight, stumping the
Etate from New-York City to Buffalo, In the
hope of defeating the army of voters supporting
fecKlntey. Both Mr Bryan and Mr. Croker.
it* two chief figures; in the Democratic party
lads year, gave out repeated statements also of
Eetrlbn belie* In a Democratic victory In the
Empire State.
B. B. Odell, jr.. has been elected Governor b>
ft large majority. He has run but .20.000 or
'KOTO vote, behind the National ticket, and it
'I, dearly evident that Mr. Odell's personal pop-
Earity up the Etata has largely offset the votes
■of those Democrats who voted for McKlnley
Bod Bound Money, bat who managed to swal
low StanchSeld.
Wben It comes to the next I>pglalPture the R*
pobllcaaE have shown an apparent net gain of 14
members for the two houses. The Senate will
probably stand: Republicans. 34; Democrats.
10. This is a* against 27 Republicans and 23
Democratic Senator. In the last Legislature.
Th* Assembly figures show: Republicans, 100;
Democrats. 50. This Is to be compared with
•3 P.epub!icans and SI Democrats in the last
Assembly. A gain is thus shown of 7 votes
for the Republicans In both the Senate and As
■ciably, and a corresponding loss to the Demo
cratic majority.
A gain of seven Republican Congressmen in
liie State is another magnificent result of the
-ejection. The representation at Washington will
-lie: Republicans, 23; Democrats, 11. In the last
Congress the figures were only 16 Republicans
P> 15 Democrats.
WYOMING.
l;f PT'BLICAN BY 3.««.
Ch^B«r.r.fv Wyo , Nov. 6 (Special). — Results at
8 5- m. indicate that McKinley has carried the
Btate by ov*-r 3.000 majority. Mondel, Republi
j*n C' r.^rtsHrr.an. elected by 2,500. The Legis-
Ulure on joint ballot wiil be largely Republican.
NEVADA.
CETAN PROBABLY CARRIES the state BY
ABOUT 2.000.
Carmen Nev.. Nov. 6 (Special).— Bryan will
fwofcably carry Nevada by 2.000. Newlands.'
.Fcßlon, seems to have a little the best of Far
. barton. Republican, for Congress, but too close
1 *» Predict.
UTAH.
.-Doubtful., BUT PROBABLY republican.
B*lt Lake, Utah. Nov. 6 (Special) — Result
; " Problematical. Republicans confident that Me-
I ; Kinley has carried th» State. Heber M. Wells,
| j fopublican candidate for Governor, probably
j I elected, It Is thought that the State ticket will
%P* mixed. Halt Lake Count* thought to be Re
publican,
tftOO. 1800.
Counties. Me- Mc-
Klnley. Bryan. Ktnley. Bryan.
Onondaara .... 9.000 — — 11,837
Ontario 2,«K>O 2.021
Orangf 4,000 — — B.IIS '
Orleans 1.200 1,671
Onvrego 4.000 8.010
Otmffto I.SOO _— 2.341
Putnam S«O I.SS7
Queens 2,000 6,714
Rensaelaer .... 8.000 4.102
Richmond TOO 1,718
Rockland 500 1.334
St. Lawrence.. 0.800 — — — O.R3N
Saratoira 3,000 — — 4,«i."Vl
Sohenrrtady . . 1.000 . 1,1»2
! Srhohnrle .... — — 500 SOS
j Sohnrler 800 1.0T3
j Seneca abo «4O
j jitroben S.BOO — — 4.8H7
Suffolk S.BOO — — S.BIO
| Snllivan 1.000 1.810
j Tir.ca i.2©o 2,oaa
TiimitLiTis .... 1.000 tiBM
j I later 2.000 2.O«O
| Wnrri-n 8.300 — — — 2,410
; Wa«hlnirton . . 2.800 4,000
! -U-ayne 8.000 3.THR
: "WentcheiiteT •• 8.000 _— 7.5K5 _
; Wyoming 2.180 2.261
; Yatf 1.100 1.2H4
Totals 150,100 31.200 2MK.K3B 365
[ Plaralitles ..118,900 2a5,473
THE CITY GOES FOR BRYAN
MKINLEY GAINS IN BROOKLYN OFFSET
THE DEMOCRATIC LEAD IN QUEENS
AND RICHMOND.
The enlarged elty of N'ew-Tork gave Bryan a
plurality over McKlnley. With several election
districts mlßslng In ea^h Assembly district of
M>nhattan and Th» Bronx this plurality was
estimated late last night at 27.4rw. Brooklyn
Borough stood 1-y McKinley, but his gains th<»re
w^re about offset by Bryan's lead in Queens
and Richmond. Manhattan and The Bronx gavn
Bryan 25.23 ft plurality, with the exceptions al
ready not<=d.
It is difficult tn compare this result satisfac
torily with the vote in the same territory in
lhC*}. because the enlarged city was not incor
porated th^n. However, by taking the figures
for those parts of Queens County only which
are now included In Queens Borough, an.l in
cluding them with the 1806 returns of New-
York, Richmond and Kings counties, it shows
that the terrlrory now Included In New -York
City gave McKinley in 1806 a plurality of about
56.000.
To this plurality Kings lent 31,588, Rirhmnrvl
1,718. and New-York County 20,73.\
BROOKLYX FOR M'KINLEY.
A COMFORTABLE PLURALITY IN KINGS
COUNTY.
Brooklyn apaln came to the fore, as in 1896,
with a plurality for McKinley, although the
figures were not so overwhelming as in that
tidal wave year. However, the sum was nearly
sufficient to offset the Bryan pluralities in the
Boroughs of Richmond and Queens. With some
election districts missing, the vote in Brooklyn
was: McKinley. 07.951; Bryan. 94,450. McKln
ley's plurality, 3,402.
Odell probably carried Brooklyn, but by a
small plurality. With fifty-two election districts
missing, he had 94,793 to Stanchfield's 93.501.
Odell'B plurality, 1,202.
ILLINOIS.
MKINLEY BY 100,000.
Chicago. Nov. 6 (Spe. :al).— Four hundred and
eighty precincts In the city of Chicago five Mc-
Kinley 9,000 majority. He will carry Cook
County by at least 28,000, and the State of Illi
nois by 100,000.
MINNESOTA.
MKINLEY-S MAJORITY LIKELY TO BE MORE
THAN 50,000.
St. Paul. Minn.. Nov. 6 (Special).— Returns
chow nothing to change the estimate that Mc-
Kinley will have upward of 50,000 majority in
Minnesota. The Govern irshlp is in doubt, with
the chances favoring Van Sant. Republican, nv<r
Lind, Democrat. Van Sant carried Minneapolis,
which went for Lind two years ago. Lind lias
apparently carried St. Paul, as he did in 18U8.
Six. If not all seven. Republican Congressmen
are probably elected.
OREGOX.
TEN THOUSAND PLURALITY FOR MKINLEY.
Portland, Ore.. Nov. H (Special).— Oregon has
given McKinley fully 10,000 plurality. At the
State election last June two Republican Con
gressmen were elected, also & State ticket.
OHIO.
M'KINLET 8 PLURALITY ESTIMATED AT
•0,000.
Cincinnati. Nov. 6 (Special).— Returns Indicate
not less than 60.000 plurality for McKinley in
Ohio, with seventeen Republican Congressmen.
J. B. FufUKEU.
NEW- YORK, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1900. -TWELVE PAGES.-,, t>. c ? t Z?:^\
MKIXLEY VICTORY INDICATED.
Indianapolis. Nov. 6.— At l'» o'clock to
night the returns were .coming in slowly, an',
from the meagre reports received up tn this
hour. Indications point to a Republican majority
in Indiana. A heavy ballot was ca>=t in the
State.
Aside from thp clash in Clay County, where
one man fell dead with twenty bullets in his
body, the election has pas.-i->l off without inci
dent.
Coli nel W. T. Durbin. the Republican candi
date for Governor, is running close to the Na
tional ticket.
Ten precincts in Marion County (Indianapolis)
show a net gain of 251 fur McKinley over ISOB.
The same ratio, if maintained, would give Mc-
Kinley the county by 8,000.
Democratic Congressmen have be^n elected In
the lid and Hid districts, while Republican Con
press candidates w^re successful in the Vlth.
VHlth, Xth, Xl'h and XHlth districts.
Harry C. New telegraphs that Indiana goes
Republican by an increased majority.
SO! TH DAKOTA
REPUBLICAN BY 10.000.
Pioux Falls. S. D.. Nov. f< (Special;.— The rote
cast in £outh Dakota to-day was the greatest in
the history of the State. The ?tate will go f r
McKlnle\ by from 5,000 to 10,000. In the hills
district Charles Martin. Itepunlican, defeats
Judpe Moore. Fusionist, for Congress, by a larg*
majority The contest between Charles H.
Burke, Republican, and Governor Lee. Fualonist,
for Congress in the lid District, is closer, with
Burke in the lead. Charles B. Herreid. Repub
lican, will be elected Governor over H. H. Lien,
Fusionist, of this city, by sc-.oral thousand.
United States Senator Pettigrew is defeated.
The Republicans will have on Joint ballot In the
Legislature which elects his successor, who will
be Congressman Burke, Republican, from be
tween 15 to JO majority.
MKINLEYS PLURALITY 23.000. ,> r j
Baltimore. Nov. 6 (Spedal).-I have just
wired President McKlnley that he haa car
ried the State of Maryland by 23.000 plu
rality and that a solid Republican delega
tion has been elected to Congress.
" , FETLIX AGNUS.
"The Baltimore American.*
INDIANA.
MARYLAXD.
BRYAN LOSES NEBRASKA.
REPUBLICAN GAINS IN EARLY RETURNS
INDICATED (ON PLURALITY.
t , Omaha, »b._Nov\ t> {Spe.-lal}..— At. 10. o'clock
; Republican pains continue steadily ;.■«. all direc
; tions and indications are that the State has re
j pudiated Bryan by from 5.000 to S.OOO r. ajorlty.
! Twenty-five precincts outside of Douglas Coun
i ty, which in 1SO»S gave Bryan 2,."93 and McKin
ley '{.l."<>, to-day give Bryan -. •"><■•> and McKtn
ley 3.515, a net sain for McKlnley over 1808 of
341. In Omaha fifteen precincts give McKlnley
I 11.-134 and Bryan 1.585, a Republican gain of 1">.
as compared to four years ago. At this ratio of
gain th»? Republicans easily carry the State by
S.OOO majority, as there are 1.250 precincts in
the State. The Legislature is clearly Repub
lican by a majority on Joint ballot of from eight
to twelve, which means two Republican United
States Senators. The vote on the State ticket
Is closer. At this hour this Congress ticket for
Nebraska stands estimated: Ist, E. J. Burke
(Rep.); lid. D. H. Mercer (Rep.); 1 1 Id. John H.
Hays (Rep.): IVth. John D. Pope (Rep.); Vth
I A. C. Sh-Mlenburger (Pop.); Vlth. William Nel-
I v!!le (Dem.)
MICHIGAN.
MKINI.KYS MAJORITY MAY EXCEED B.OOQ.
Detroit. Nov. 6.— President McKinley has car
ried Michigan beyond doubt. Conservative esti
mates place his majority at 65.000. His ma
jority in 1806 was 41.542. "Th^ Evening News
says that if McKinlfy's ratio of majority in the
11<> districts heard from is maintained through
out th» ?:nte his majority will be 90.000. The
Republican State ticket has also be^n elected,
but by a smaller majority. It Is thought that
th..- K. publicans have elected all their Congress
nominees.
KEXTI CKY.
CLAIMED BY BCTH RKPUBMCAN AND DEM
OCRATIC COMMITTEES.
Louisville. Ky.. Nov 6.— Both Democratic and
Republican committees claim the State, though
they furnish no figures. McKlnley's majority
In 180 out of 200 precincts In Louisville and
the county is 4.059. In the same precincts the
majority of Terkes, Republican candidate for
Governor, over Beckham. Democrat, is 4.496.
The Democrats are claiming gains out in the
State.
NOTHING ELSE JUST LIKE IT.
Tta» scenery grand and beautiful, the track smooth,
the cars clean and comfortable, the time fast, th«
train* frequent, make th« New-Tork Central tba
»■— Una to Mt* Wcalu-^Advl _. . .:
M'KINLEY292. BRYAX 155
REP. DEM. POP
U. S. SENATE 54 32 4
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES • 201 156
FOR MKINLEY.
CALIFORNIA 9
CONNECTICUT ...................... 6
DELAWARE] 3
IDAHO 3
ILLINOIS ........... ......y......... 24
I\OIA>A IS
IOWA 13
KAXSAS •••••••••••a*a ••• a •••••••••• 1O
MAI\E ■••••••••»••••••••••••••••••• A
MARYLAND 8
MASSACHUSETTS 15
Ml< iII<;AN •••••••••••••••••••••••••• 14
MI.WKSOTA »
\FHIi\SK\ S
NEW-HAMPSHIRE 4
NEW-JERSEY 1O
NEW-YORK 30
■•Mill DAKOTA . . ► 3
OHIO 23
OHKdOI 4
PENNSYLVANIA 33
RHODE ISLAND *
BOI'TH DAKOTA 4
VERMONT 4
WASHINGTON 4
WEST VIRGINIA .'. «
WISCONSIN 12
WYOMING 3
MKINLEY MAKES GREAT GAINS.
SEVERAL FORMERLY DEMOCRATIC STATES REPUDIATE
BRYAX.
NEBRASKA REJECTS HER OWN SON FOR MKINLEY
McKinley has swept the country again by many largely increased majori
ties. At the present writing it seems probable that he will have 2U2 electoral
votes, against 15.") for Bryan. New- York goes Republican by 120,080 majority.
Bryan's own State, Nebraska, repudiates him and his doctrines by 8,000
majority for his opponent.
South Dakota an.l Wyoming both swing over from the Dc : locratk to the
Republican column, the former with a majority for Republican principles of
5.000. the latter with one of 3.000.
Colorado probably gives a Democratic majority of 35,000, orach reduced
from that oi four years ago.
Conservative estimates place McKinley' 5 ; plurality in Indiana at .?0.000.
Michigan, North Dakota and Utah show strong Repubiicai g
Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia give decisive Republican plurali
ties.
The returns from Illinois show a Republican plurality reduced from 1990,
but still very large in favor of MeKinley.
The Democratic managers had given up the contest at a comparatively early
hour in the evening.
Contests in the Far Western States whose returns were delayed m reaching
Xew-York. ceased to have a decisive interest since the battle had been won with
out them.
M OX TAX A.
BRYAN WINS BY ABOUT 20.00&-STATE TICKET
AND LEGISLATURE FUSION.
Butte, Mont., Nov. o.— Returns from Silver
Bow County, which casts a fourth of Montana.*
vote, indicate that Bryan has carried the State
by something: like 20.000; that the Democratic
Fusion State ticket Is elected, and that the Fu-
Blonlsts will have a majority In the Legislature,
which elects two United States Senators.
MASSACIirSETTS.
THE BA\ STATE GIVES MKINLEY 97.050
PLURALITY— ABOUT A NORMAL ONE.
Boston. Nov. 6.— The enormous plurality of
173.000 which was given In ISO"! for McKlnley
and Hobart is reduced to 07,000 by to-day's
vote: but this was expected by the Republican
managers, as the normal plurality Is less than
100,000. The complexion of the XHlth Con
gress Disrlct will probably be unchanged.
The Hid (Worcester) District has, it appears,
re-elected Washburn (Rep.), whereas two years
ago it war; Democratic. The Xth District is
probably Democratic still, and the Vth, now rep
resented by Knox (Rep.), has. it Is thought,
elected Flyi.n (Dem.), although later figures may
reverse this result.
The Congressmen surely elected are: Ist Dis
trict. Lawr-nc* (Rep.); lid. Gillette 'Rep.;;
IVth. T*-r*Hli (R<*p): Vlth. Moody (Rep.); Vllth,
Roberta (Rep>: VlHth, McCall (Rep.); IXth,
Cooney (Dem); Xlth. Powers (Rep); Xllth.
Lovering (Rep): XHlth. Greene (Rep.) The
city of Boston gives a Bryan plurality of S.OUO.
In !**> MiKlnley carHed It by 15.000. _ _^
XORTH DAKOTA.
REPUBLICANS WIN BY AN INCREASED
MAJORITY.
Fargo. N. D.. Nov. 6 (Special). — Republicans
gained in all parts of the State, and the major
ity will exceed that of four years ago. which
was 5.600. The State ticket runs well up with
the National. . . ...
SECOND EDITION.
2:30 A. M.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
FOR BRYAN.
ALABAMA n
ARKANSAS a
COLORADO 4
FLORIDA 4
GEORGIA lt i
KENTICKY „ 3
LOUISIANA s
MISSISSIPPI „ 3
MISSOURI „ t -
MOSTASA „ 3
NEVADA 3
NORTH CAROLINA it
SOITH CAROLINA o
TENNESSEE 13
TEXAS ••••♦•••••••....•............ ,-
CTAH 3
VIRGINIA ........................ ... 12
TOTAL ELECTORAL VOTE 447
.NECESSARY TO A CHOICE 224
COXXECTICt T.
A PLURALITY OF 20,000 FOR M'KINLEY AND
12.00 m FOR THE REPUBLICAN
STATE TICKET.
New-Haven. Conn.. Nov. 6.— With only the
larger cities and less than a dozen towns
In Connecticut missing, the returns at 11
o'clock Indicated a victory for M.Kin!ey by &
plurality of 20,000. and the election of th* Re
publican State ticket by a margin of 12.0 V)
votes, and the return of all four Republican
Congressmen. The Republicans have already
elected »nousrh members of the House of Repre
sentatives and the State Senate to make th»
General Assembly overwhelmingly Republican.
11 20 p. m— One hundred and fifty-five cities
and towns in Connecticut out of M ?Sve Bryan.
31.310; McKlnley. 49.167; Republican net (rain 9
per cent: Democratic net gain, 37 per cent. On
this basis McKlnlvy's plurality In Connecticut is
estimated at 20.000.
XORTH CAROLIXI.
PRTAN CARRIES THE STATK FY A
TWENTY-FIVE THi'I'SANI'
Charlotte. ML C . Sow. f< tS;,.-ctal) — Bryan will
probably have 2">,W»> plurality In North Caro
lina. The following candidates for OMQN
probably elected: J. H. Small. Clau.le W. Klt
chln. Charles R. Thomas. Edward W. Pou. W.
W. Kltchln. John D. Bellamy and Theodore F.
Kluttz. Democrats; E. 9. Blackburn and J. M.
Moody. Republicans.
J. P. CALDWELL, Editor "Observer."
MISSISSIPPI.
BRYAN'S MAJORITY ABOUT 50.000.
Jackson. Mls«.. Nov. 6 —Mississippi
will give Bryan a majority of So.OOO. Congress
men elected: Candler. from the Ist District;
Sptght. from the lid; Henry from th«
Hid; Fox. from the IVth. Williams, from the
Vth; McLean, from th« Vlth, and Hooker from
the Vllth, ail Democrats.

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