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NEW-YORK COUNTY TICKET
PATTERSON AND DUGHO ELECTED
DELEHAXTY FOR CITY COURT.
SL'PRBMIS roiBT JUSTICES.
Edward Patterson, D. and 1 R HKB
P. Henry Dugru. T - »«••••
James A. Hlanchaid. R 133 - 4 °
Dugro ov«r Blanchard 30.516
JCSTICK OF CITY COURT.
Francis B. Delehanty. T llJt' iitt
Robert C. Morris. «... 13T -
Delehanty'* plurality 25.5G1
Comparatively little interest was taken In the
fate of the New-York County ticket yesterday.
The greater Issues completely overshadowed It. This
was partly due to the fact that the county nomi
nations were th«s year confined to positions on the
bench of the Supreme ;nd City courts. There were
two vacancies on the Supreme Court bench and
three men who were already Supreme Court Jus
tices ran for election to these vacancies. One > 9
Justice Edward Patterson. Croker wanted him set
aside, so that he might bestow the nomination on
Corporation Counsel Whalen. but go great was the
public outcry against the plan that the Tammany
Boss desisted, and Justice Patterson was then
nominated by both part:-?. Justice Pattersons
present term expires on December SI "/-Xt. P.
Henry Dugro was elected a Judge of the fur-ericr
Court before It was changed to the Supre roe
Court. His present term expires also on December
SI next, and he was elected yesterday to succeed
himself. , „ Mn i
Justice Blanchard was appointed to his P«"e.'eiH !
position on September 1 last to nil the v a ,?,' h
caused by the death of Justice Frederick Sm> th
whose term expires on December 81. I*lo. Justice
Smyth died too near Klection Day to permit of an
election this year to till the vacancy. A candidate
will be chosen at the next general election to nil
that unexplrod term. Justice Blanchard was run
ning yesterday for the vacancy caused by the ter
mination of Justice Dugro's term. Hi? failure to
win the day will not affect his present position on
the bench, 'which will continue until his successor
Is chosen at the next general election.
The candidates for Justice of the City court were
Robert C Morris. Republican, and Francis I? Dele
hanty, Democrat. The latter was elected. The po
sition at stake was a new jun"Resh!p created by
Chapter No. 48S of the Laws of 1900.
VOTE OF CITY OF NEW-YORK.
FOR PRESIDENT.
t JfcKin- ; ! Election
ley. ! Kryan. i Districts
Boroughs. I <Kep.) 1 (Uem.) | Missing.
Manhattan end The Bronx..! 132.174 100.413! 104
Brooklyn »7.»1 P4.4.M>; -2
Qurens : 10.069! 12.063 12
1:..-hmor..i 8.038 : 6.733 0
Totals ' 5M.282 273.(568! 109
Rryan's plurality. 27,4r>r».
VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN NEW-YORK i
COUNTY.
"~" I Kijf- im.ci. 1 1800.
lAawmhlj- !! ) Re*-
District. "McKney.! Br>an. [McK'ley.l Bryan. Mstratlon.
"l 1 1.479 1.490 UJiej i.ttX\ 6.-C3
•> .. 1 Ml 4,864 2 CO- 4.346 7.N04
3 1i.4-7 : 4.402 8.217' 4.5-0 I B.fvJ7
4 11.. 1. i,s<4<- 3.151 ! 2.SJ2i 4,cr=2 7.TW
t ' 4.r.-i 4.v. «.gna 2,«« ».sm»
■ . ! -j -;:.> 4>*'.i 4-." ■ 4.474 U. 114
7 . ! 2.MX) S.OQU :•.•..■■ 1 1 4 "<! H.»30
v 1 2 (HI I 1.349 -..'.:•.• I, WSJ 5.376
fl I 3.455 4.S7N' 4.244! 4.247 [ 10.227
10 ■ S.Mu 4,10«; ,I>«3- 3.241 *,577
11 '■ 2 7i<7 4.074 3 t »ir»! a.*---.- B,»tT
12 '■ 1.730 2ltOO: 2.Cl.'i 2.'.t73; 0.013
13 i 2.0*- 3.7:'.» i 2.571! 8,733! 7.333
I» 2017 4.411 •.{.?.:>s■ 4.245: 6.8*3
is ' 2.5411 4.r.i::; 3,245! 3.hsij K,2io
in 2 r-7i* ::.r.2.<' 3.3421 3,32<> f h.ii7i>
37 2.445 i 4,<1t0 5.<130 4.142! 7,fi^2
If I 2,010 .'•.?,:«! 2.978 4.»7Ui 0,219
i:> i 7.0-3' 4.153 7.643 8356! ia.w»B
•J> ' 2.W0 8.374 i :!ii7.' 5.036 t.asa
21 ' 9.114! 5.5171 5.724 3.812 19,548
22 ' 2.802 8.052 3.410| 4,461 0,<i51
21 ' '■■..;; n.W'S! 6.287 4.131 1C,2'".7
'.'4 : - 'J ".4>; 4. --7 j 3,4(J3| 8.624 h. <■>•"•'•
23 ' 8.570 2.(^1 I 5.2T4 2.1. .r,' U. 565
24 : 2.(V«: 751 I 3.W1 j 3. liH>: 8A»*»
27 ' 4.605 t.SM 5.671 1.75 .: P. 45»
ft I 2.<E>4! 4.M.7 3.440 3.764 B.4<W
29 I 6.4.1* 2.552 J.fX» 1.661 11,219
M ' - •' '* 4>7S| 4 ."is 4.41i< : 10.771
■1 1 *:•<-> 4.3.'.3 5.24"! 2.W0 15. 153
?2 1 4.12*' r. f«>4 m; 4.81(1! 11.«>6
;-.i I •_■<'.» 4.02.1 1 J.j'r! a>rr,' 9,114
M I 474 f1.32«»i 7.4-11 c ■.'.:•. I ..KM
a . . . I 8.83" '.■J.i K24li 6.4r.4; 25.-»r>l
An. ni«.! 1.523] 2.432: 1,465 >.45<I' 4.M8
Totals .1 132.174! H0.41S 156.359] 1.15,024' 369,973
Bryan's plurality. 25.2 W.
tir.V hundred ar.J four .',-: lion dlsirii t.- missing.
THE VOTE in BROOKLYN.
VI'^ESIDENT.-,! r-GOVERXOR -'
! McKln-l ; Btanch-I
1 l»-v. ! Pryan. I Oilell. | Held. I nfjrls
/.. P. 1 (Hep.) 1 (Dem.) ! (Rep.) 1 <r>em.) I tration.
: .....I 4.351] 2f.;4 4 37.%! 5.3!>7! 0.r.1R
2 1 2.554J .V 1721 2.1861 4.781! Jt,082
:: j 2. -•:«.% :!.:• 0 : 2.211 4,220 "AW
4 ! 6.684 4 .7' 4,7!»4: 4,071 12,040
r> 1 R.6K2 4, "4.-. 8.118 4.3<i7 io,t>-7
• ! r.."4i j 4 I'm 49*4 4.r.r,n] n.sso
7 1 .'..!»?.! 7.«i7 6.200 4 272 16.313
S ! 2.176 3.885 2,<"1.'); 5.64A1 6.1V14
« ' 1.74h! 4.234 l.« 07 4..'.r,2 7.R47
1'" I 4 r,:!l ' :; -'.»: 4.410 1 3.1»4fi! 10.070
II ! 5.411! .',..171 6.1.V.1 r..052! 11.511
12 ' 5.«>T71 3.»77 , r >.2<i6| 4.S r .7! 12-.3H1
y\ ! 4.7."!«: C.«>63|l 4f 91 5.320! ' 11.MS
14 ' 2.44-! r. r.4>. 2.4«"1' .'..0-3! 0,414
15 -. 1 2.027: 3,422 2.024) 8.8&1 227
><> I i;.!*i>- 5.779 6.7«15l 4.064 12..V.0
17 ' R,<HM 2.460 7.4 M! 2.611! 11.064
IS ■ 7.'-l r - 5.22* 6.6*4 5,3601 14.586
15 ' 2.r»«*-! 4.330 3.076! 4.r>7. - ( •> <::«i
BO I 6.9011 4.H7.V 6.oTisi 8.587 13.fliJl
-1 i 6.448! 5.C75! 5,825! 5.286! 14>S«
tal« .! f.7.('M 04.450: 94.703! 03.r0l | 230,470
V inley-s plurality. 3.492.
'•Ml plurality. 1.202.
VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN RICHMOND
COUNTY.
Ward. McKinley. Bry»n.
First 2.009 2.00«
f^nd 1.037 1.566
Third 1,323 ii t305t 305
Fourth 769 () si
Fifth 805 16
Totals flo3s 0.733
P"-van-s plurality. 60.V No districts missing.
VOTE OF CITY OF NEW-YORK.
FOR GOVERNOR.
I ' Stanch- I Election
„ . i <>dfll. ! field. I Districts
Borough* j (Rep.) I (Dem.) | Mining.
Manhattan and The Bronx..! 127.502! 163.5751 "a 7
Brooklyn 64,783 93.5&1 i R-'
?-^ ■:.:::::•::■:::::: J& p fj
Totttlß ; ;j .! 237.98<i 1 275.443! 158
Btanchflelfl's plurality. 37,403.
VOTE FOR GOyERXOR IN NEW-YORK
COUNTY.
i 1900- II 15*7 '
■•*<• I i Stanch- ! ! Rnobt- Van
]»ii,t. 1 odeii. i imj. i; v c :t. ! Wyck.
1 1.344; 3.^:7'! 1.204 ! 3e33
2 I>J9 41*60 1C36 I 563 a
•'■ 2.63 C 1:415 ! 2 2?S I iu^>
* J.fcW; 3.4-.-'; 2..KH> -Ah
•' 4.043! 3.2K.M 3.034 ! iv™
Z .viif; *-^ 2.218 ti'r.
£ ■■:::■ IS Ssg || |
siEi fiss m S :;
\i :::::: M US] fig '• :
i?:::::i m!i |E :
5S :::::: ffl B. 1 ■ Is
■ 2«2 K:,^ JS} «:•«
21 *■*?* «!17 <%1 ■ trim '■ •'.o.il
— 2 ..:.4 £m! 2 -"l I S-"15
§ :::::: ffl *S| B j li&
g : in* &» I™ ' h^
i ■■'■'■"' M E ' S
5' ....'.A i.m Sim |;iSS ; ' A ~' :H
Cl 7.3" KAifcl S! ' &!l " rt
** 5:524! tin 1 =«• i §.«•
S^- Wi ii jJ| II
r»I gg| ggai "m^ |H227
- ' 1! 112,ft0t» I 173.476
•With soldier vote " ~
Btanchfl«l<l-s plurality. 35 683
V|n«fy-oa. election <Jl£tricti rnlssinr
ED. PINAUD'S
LITEST EXQUISITE PERFUMI
French 'Pink Carnation
Vtoiette <Keine
*[!*_ 4 Feuilles
One single drop of then* per
fumes contains the frajrance
of a bouquet of KResin.y
'i.i i.'M KM I~;V
SOLD KVKJIVnuiiHJC. I
VOTE OF QUEEN'S FOR GOVERNOR.
1 Stanch- Election
Odell. flel.l. Plstricts
(Rep.) ) (Dem.) Miielng.
Fir-. I 2.4*! 8.7 M; 8
S--- 1-::::::::::::::: US S» »
v.v.v.v:::::::.:::::.! 2.«» >.«»; »
Fifth 649 «74 «
Total, 0.4001 11.S08 15
Etanchfleld-s plurality. I.J»PO.
VOTE OF NEW- YORK CITY
FOR ÜBUTENANT-QOVBRNOR.
" I Wood- ! ! Ejection
I ruff. I Markey. I Districts
. Boroughs. . I (Rep.) I (Dem.) I Missing.
Manhattan and Th* Bronx.. 120.9«>' 183.0B2! S?
Brooklyn 98.205: 100,817 87
Queens .......... 4.439 4.847 , 44
Richmond ...... i ! 8.908 J 6.881 i / __0
Totals I 388.402] 276.607! 171
Mackeys plurality, 87,078. „-...
DOUGLAS ELECTED IN XIVTH.
TAMMANY CONGRESSMEN CHOSEN IN AT.L
THE OTHER NEW-YORK COUNTY
DISTRICTS.
In the ten Congress districts wholly or partly
In New-York County, the Republicans elected
only one Representative. William H. Douglas,
in the XlVth District. Five of the present
Tammany Congressmen were re-elected. With
some election districts missing in each of the
Consre?s districts, the figures are as follows:
VIITH DISTRICT. •
•Nicholas Mailer. D «,428 |
J. R. O'Helrne. R 5.023
Muller's plurality 3.405
VIIITH DISTRICT.
T. J. Creamer. D ".969
Kichard Van Colt. R »,H0!»
— -—
Creamer's plurality 160
IXTH DISTRICT.
H. M. Go'.dfogle. D 12.15S
Theodore Cox. R 6.258
Goldfogie'a plurality ROW
XTH DISTRICT.
•A. J. Cummlng*. D 13.144
John Glass, jr., R 11.484 I
Cnmmtnga'a plurality 7,6t50
KITH DISTRICT.
•William Sulzpr, D 12.3JS
Chart-* Bchwlok. R 8.047
?ul:er"s plurality 4,271
XIITH DISTRICT.
•i',. B. McClelUn, D 14.M.1
Herbert Parsons, R 9.037
McClellan's plurality 4,648
XIIITH DISTRICT.
O. H. P. Belmont. D 17.047
W. R. Willcox. R 14.821
nelmont's plurality 3,02tf
XIVTH DISTRICT.
W. H. T'OUBla?. R M.418
J. S. Hill. D • 11.652
Douglas's plurality 2,807
XVTH DISTRICT.
•Jacob Kuppert, Jr., D 25.756
Ella* Goodman. R 29.518
Ruppert's plurality 8.237
•Re-elected.
CONGRESSMEN IN BROOKLYN.
The following Congr?Bsmen have probably been
elected in Brooklyn:
Dlst. IPtet.
1. Fitzgerald. P. | 5. Wilson. P.
3. BriFtow. R. I C. LlnJfay, P.
4. Hanhury. R.
NASSAU GIVES 2.000 PLURALITY.
The vote of Nassau County, with six rllstrl^ts
missing from the Town of Hempstead. is as fol
lows:
Town. McKlnW. llrvxn
O>Bt»r Hay 2.073 1.330
North Hempstead 1.201 SS4
Hemp-tead 2.327 I.JM2
Totals 5.0<il 5.T26
The missinc dletrlcta frrm Hempftead :ir>-
Ftrongly Republican ami will m;ik<- McKlnley's
plurality In Nassau County 2.000 Odell for Gov
ernor <li ] not tin much behind bis ticket in Nassau
County.
M'KINLEY WINS SUFFOLK BY 4,191.
I The vote for President in the towns of Suffolk
Oountv follows:
I Town. McKinley. Bryan.
! Fouthold 1,127 087
, 1 Overhead 013 a":>.
( Shelter If Inn. i 140 41'
I Babylon 535 677
i Urookhavt"-. 1.027 1,152
I East Hampton 500 LIVi
; [dip 2.035 i,ms
J Pmlthtown 374 SOS
j 'Southampton 9:<o 412
i Huntlnston 1.183 609 ,
! Totals 0.71W 5,542
McKlnley'g plurality, 4.1H1.
I 'Three district* missing.
j The Republicans, besides electing Halleck and
Itoblnson to the Assembly, elect Solomon Ketchen
for County Clerk and John Nugent for Coroner.
PROSPERITY SATISFIES IOWA.
j ROLLS UP PLURALITY OF 105.000 FOR M'KIN
LEY AND BENDS SOLID REPUBLICAN
DELEGATION TO. CONGRESS.
De« Molnes, Nov. 6 (Special).— At 11 o'clock
lowa returns Indicate a gain of twenty
two votes to a precinct, which will make Me-
Klnley's plurality 105,000, and practically as
sures the election of a solidly Republican Con
gress delegation, ap follows: Ist District,
Thomas H. Edge; lid District. J. N. W. Rumple;
lld District. David B. Henderson; IVth Dis-
t rict, Gilbert N. Haugen; Vth District, Robert G.
: Cousins; Vlth District, John F. Lacey; Vllth
! District, John A. T. Hull; VHlth District, Will
! iam P. Hepburn; IXth District, Walter I. Smith;
: Xth District. James P. Conner; Xlth District,
i Lot Thomas.
lowa challenged the unyielding endeavor of
Republicans of other States in The Tribune a
few days ago. and the present returns indicate
that the challenge has been fully responded to
by all except the few States v.here "imperial-
Ism" has beguiled the descendants of those who
believed in witchcraft.
IDAHO'S GRE Air CHAXGE.
i REVERSES THE FIGURES OF FOUR YEARS
AGO.
Boise. Nov. (8. — There are as yet no re
turns from this State. Only one precinct has
i been heard from— Haul Ca<ldwell. It gives Ifc
! Kinley 01 and Bryan B.'{. Two years ago it gave
i the Fupionista 118 and the Republicans 42.
«
COLOR A DO.
BRYAN CARRIES IT BY JO.OOO TO 40,000
PLURALITY.
Denver, Nov. 6.— Returns received up to 9:30
o'clock indicate that Bryan's plurality in the
State will be from .'{o,ooo to 40,000. Arapahoe
( County. Including Denver, gives Bryan 6,000 to
j 8,000 majority The result on the State ticket
j is in doubt, also the Legislature, with the prob
j ability In favor of the Fuslonlsta.
LOUISIANA.
BRYAN'S MAJORITY ABOUT 30.000.
New-Orleans. Nov. 6 —Bryan carried Louisiana
to-day by a majority apparently of 30.000. The
vote was comparatively light. The State also
sends a Democratic delegation to Congress.
There was Republican opposition in all six dis
tricts, but the Democrats won easily. Bryan
carried New-Orleans by a majority of 12.000.
The election was quiet throughout the State. A
Constitutional amendment Increasing to $100,000
the amount t» be paid In pensions to Confederate
ye. terans wai carried,
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
THE LEGISLATURE.
A REPUBLICAN SENATE.
SENATORS PROBABLY ELECTED.
District , District. _
1. W. M. McKlnnejr. K. 29. Jinn B. McEwan. R. . .
2. C. C. WiiHl, D. 8a Michael Russell. R.
3. Thomaa H. Cullen, D. 81. Bp«nc«r O. Prime, R.
Arthur 3. Audttt, R. ' ' 88. Oeorg* R. Valby. R.
5. J. H. MeCab*. D. 88. JimH D. £••»•*., «•
«. R. C Fuller. R. I »4. O«rry A. Wlllani. R.
7. Pat'k H. McCarren. D. 86. Klon R. Brown, R.
8. Henry Marshall. R. 80. Horace Whit*. R.
It. Joseph Wagner, D. 87. Nevada N. Stranahan. R.
10. John F. Ahearn. D. 88. Q*or«t B. Qretn. M.
11. Timothy D. Sullivan. D. 89. Benjamin N. wilcoi. R.
12. Samuel J. Foley. V. 40. Edwin C. B« w »rt R,
13. Bernard F. Martin. D. 41. F. D. Sherwood. R.
14. Thomas F, Oradv. V. ! 42. John ne »v R. .vii 1
18. Nathan' l A. Ehber*. R.|«3. C. R -Wratons. R. * .
1A Patrick F. Tralnor, I>. i 44. W. W. Armstrong K. .
17. <}cor«« W. Plunkltt. .V. t 48. T. E. .Ellsworth. R.
15. Victor J. Powlln*. D. j 4«. U A. Humphrsy. R.
10. Bamu«l S. Blat»r, H. ■• 4*. »nry V, Hill. R. .
20. Thomas F. Donnelly. D. j 48. Samuel Ramaperger. D.
41. J. J. Henn*ef*y. D. 4». Oeorite A. Davlß. R.
22. Isaac N. Miila, R. • I 60. Frank W. HlSK'na, R.
28. Louia F. Goodrell. R „- ~rT."n
2-4. Henry S. Ambler. R. I ELECTED.
25. W. 8. C. Wiley. R. Republicans 34
26. William L. Thornton, R. ■ Democrat* 16
27. Hobart Knim. R. •• ■ - —
28. Edgar T. Hrarkett, R. ; Republican majority. .18
THE ASSEMBLY REPUBLICAN.
ALBANY COUNTY.
Diet. Name. I Diet. Name.
1. W. L. Coughtry, n. ! 3. George T. Kelly. D.
2. Ahram S. Coon, R. I 4. Thomas O. Ross. R.
ALLEGANY COUNTY. .-...-, ; - '
Jesse 6. Phillips, R.
BROOME COUNTY.
1. James T. Rogers, H. I 2. John H. Swift, R.
CATTARAUQU3 COUNTY.
1. Myron E. FJsher, n, I 8. A. T. Fancher, R.
CAYUGA COUNTY.
1. Ernest 0. Treat. R. ' ! t. George B. Fordyee. K.
CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY.
1. J. B. Fowler, R. I*B. Fred Ktxon. R.
CHEMI.'SO COUNTY.
Charles 11. Knlpp. R.
CHENANGO COUNTY.
Jotham P. Alldi. R.
CLINTON COUNTY.
John F. O'Brien, R.
COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Sanford W. Smith. R.
CORTTAND COUNTY.
Henry W. Dickinson. R.
DELAWARE COUNTY.
Delox Axtell. R.
DUTCHES 3 COUNTY.
1. John T. Smith, R. | 2. Francis O. London, R.
ERIE COUNTY.
1. John H. Bradley, D. I 8. C. F. Brooks. R.
2. E. R. O' Mai ley, R. I 6. Georre Ruehl. B.
3. George Gerchan. D. I 7. John K. Patton, R.
4. Charles V. Lynch, D. |. 8. Elijah Cook. R.
ESSEX COUNTY.
James M. Oraeff, R.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
Herbert D. Stevens. 11.
FULTON AND HAMILTON COUNTIES.
William Harris, R.
GENESEE COUNTY.
John J. Ellis, R.
GREENE COUNTY. . ..,;...
I'ierre P. Jennings, R.
HBRKIMEH COUNTY.
Samuel M. Allston, R,
JEFFERSON COUNTY.
1. M. S. Bryan. R. I 2. C. O. Roberts. R.
KINGS COUNTY.
I. John H. Alorsan. H. 112. Frank J. Ptice. R.
2. John McKeown. D. 13. T. F. Matthews, D.
3. J. J. Molnemey. D. j 14. T. P. Hawkins, D.
4. Charles H. Cotton, R. I.V C. W. ,Tupn«;M. D.
5. A C. De Oraw, R. 1 10. Qustnvur Weber. R.
6. J. Harvey Watte, R. 17. Harris Wll*r. n . R.
7. J >hn D. Holsteln, D. I 1«. Jno<.l> 1). Rcmsfn, R.
8. John C. L. Poly, P. ' 10. Conrnd Hasenflu*. D.
9. W. J. Fltzpatiick, D. !30 W. I". Polaney, D.
10. John Ramfy. It. [21. Joseph H. Ai!ums. R.
11. W. R. Blackweil. R. |
LEWIS COUNTY.
John L. Smith. R.
LIVINGSTON COUNTY.
otto Kelsey, R.
MADISON COUNTY.
Robert J. Fish. R.
MONROE COUNTY.
1 Merton E. Lewis, R. ' 3. Rlchani nnT-rtlncr. R.
2. A. J. Rodenbeck. R. I 4. Isaac W. Sjulyanis. R.
MONTGOMERY rOI'NTY.
Alphonso Walrath. R.
NEW-YORK COUNTY.
1. Michael Hatpin. D. I 10. Julius H. Feymour. R.
2. ,T:im»ii A. Itlordan. D. 1 20. Henry C. Honeck. D.
3. Wauhcpe Lynn. P. 21. W. S. Bennett. R.
4. W. H...PiTnn. D. 22. Joeeoh Baum. P.
fl Nelson H. Henry. R. 23. W. H. Smith. R.
a T. P. Sullivan. V. 24. Leo P. Ullmann. P.
7. James K. Duross. P. 2.V 3. A. We«kes. Jr.. R.
H Isador <:ohn. P. '28. John J. O'Onnetl. P.
0 W. H. Wilson, P. '27. Oherardl Davis, R.
10 Julius Harburger. P. ' 2*». John T. Pooling, P.
11. M. J. Dempsey. P. ! 2fl. Hal. Bell. R.
12. I#on Sanders. P. 130. Samuel F. Hymen. D.
18. Richard K. Rellly, P. 31. Arthur L. Sherer. R.
14. Louis Melster. P. 1 82. John Poth, Jr.. P.
15. James E. Smith. D. 83. John J. E«an. P.
16. Samuel Prince. P. '84. John J. Scanlon. P.
17. J. J Fitzgerald. P. '88. Henry Bruckner. P.
18. George P. Rlchter. D. !
NIAGARA COUNTY.
1. John F. Parrlson. R. '. 2. John 11. Lergett. R.
ONHIPA COUNTY.
1. M. J. McQuade, R. ' 8. H. M. Marson, R.
2. I'Yed. J. Brill. R. I
O.NONDAGA COUNTY.
1. Edward V. Baker, R. ]8. Martin L. Cadln, R.
2. Frederick P. Traub. R. I 4. F. W. Hammond. R.
ONTARIO COUNTY.
John L. Burnett. R.
ORANGE COUNTY.
1. John Orr. R. I 2. Louis Bedell. R.
. ORLEANS COUNTY.
William H. Phlpps. R.
OSWEGO COUNTY.
1. Thomas P. Lewis. R. li.T. M. Co»t*Ho. R.
OTBEGO COUNTY.
Andrew H. Smith, R.
PUTNAM COUNTY.
William W. Everett. R.
QUEEN'S COUNTY.
J. Luke W. Keenan, D, J 8. G. W. Doughty, R.
2. Richard T. Caltrey, P. f
RENSSELAER COUNTY.
1. Hugh Galbralth. R. I 8. C. W. Reynolds, R
2. T. A. Matthews. D. ;
RICHMOND COUNTY.
Calvin P. Van Name, P.
ROCKLAND COUNTY.
George Dickey, P.
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY.
I. C. B. Plank, R. | 2. B. A. Babcock. R.
SARATOGA COUNTY.
William K. Mansfield, R.
fICHENECTADY COUNTY.
A. J. McMillan, R.
SCHOHARIB COUNTY.
Daniel D. Frlsble. D.
SCHUYLER county.
OUn T. Xye. R.
EENECA COUNTY.
John Kaiser, I).
BTEIBEN COUNTY.
1. Frank C. PUtt R. I a. Uyatt C. Hatch. K.
SUFFOLK COUNTY.
1. J. N. Ilallock. R. | 2. George A. Itoblnion. H.
SULLIVAN COUNTY.
E. R. Dimlnbery. H. ....
TIOGA COUNTY.
Edwin B. Hanford, R.
TOMPKIN3 COUNTY.
Benjamin Conger, R.
ULSTER COUNTY.
1. Robert A. Snyder. R. ;2. Boloman P. Thorn. R.
WARREN COUNTY.
C. H. Hitchcock. R.
WASHINGTON COUNTY.
BanMMl 11 Irwln. R.
WAYNE COUNTY.
P. W. Griffith. R.
WEBTCHESTER COUNTY
IIU w" r c^,?y. „. i"■ J ' m " X - Aw« H.
WYOMING COUNTY.
Charles J. Gardner, R.
YATE9 COUNTY.
Frederick U. Bwsrt», R.
Republican*
Democrat ■ ... . i I.'!!.','!.' 1 i . . 103
48
Republican majority : F~—
NORTHERN COUNTIES ROLL UP REGULAR
1W« MAJORITIES.
Watertown, Nov. &-J«frerson County will «iv.
McKlnley 5.800 plurality, a gain of 1.000 over 18M
St. Lawrence County will give McKinley 10 000
plurality. Lewi., County will give McKinley Iwo
plurality. Colonel Albert D. Shaw I, elated Con
gressman In tb« XXIVth Dlitrlct. Lucius N Lit
tauer Is elected Congressman In th« XXIId district.
Klon R. Brown la elected Senator In th« XXX Vth
vlcStM nr«S?t R .* falb ' '• •'•«*4 Senator In the
XXXIId District. Morgan Bryan and Ohnrles O
Roberts are elected Awembfymea In Je«eT»ou
County. Charles 8. Plant and Benjamin A. Bab
cock are elected Assemblymen In Bt Lawrence
County.
AIiBAXT COUNTY SOLID.
Albany, Nov •.— Albany County gives McKlnley
3,000 plurality; Odell. J. 800; Southwlck. for Congress.
1 800 It elects Assemblyman Coughley In the Ist.
Coons in the lid. Kelly in the Illd and Ross In
the IVth districts.
BROOME BTRONO ON THE RIQHT BIDE.
Blnghamton. Nov. «.— Broome County gives Mc-
Klnley 3.790 plurality; Odell. 3.430 plurality; a^ge
W. Ray. Congress. 3.790: deorge E. Green. State
Senator. 8,600: J. T. Rogers, member of Assembly
1,890; John H. Swift, member of Assembly. 1.370.
ONE MORE REPUBLICAN ASSEMBLYMAN.
Nyack, Nov. 6 -At 10 p. m. the returns of Rock
land County Indicate the election of Franklin Tay
lor. Republican, for Assembly, by 100.
A REPUBLICAN SENATOR GAINED.
Troy, Nov. 6.— Rensaelaer County will give Mc-
Klnley 3,000 majority. William H. Draper. Repub
lican. Is elected Congressman, and Michael Russell.
Republican. Is elected Senator. The Assemblyman
In the Ist District is Hugh Oalbralth Bepubl lean
lid District. Matthews, Democrat; Hid District.
ReynoldH, Republican.
NIAGARA COUNTY RETURNS.
Lockport. Nov. «.— Returns from twenty-five dis
tricts out of fifty-four in Niagara County indicate
a majority for McKlnley of 1,400. Odell will prob
ably have 700. Darrison Is re-elected to the As
sembly in the Ist District. Leggett. Republican, Is
elected in tne lid District. Assemblyman Wads
worth Is elected to Congress and Ellsworth to the
Senate.
STRONG AMONG THE GLOVEMAKERS.
Gloversville. Nov. 6.— Estimate for Pulton ntvea
S.6M plurality for McKlnley and 3,350 for Odell.
THE PLURALITY IN BUFFALO.
Buffalo. Nov. «.— McKlnley's plurality in Buffalo
Is 2,775. His estimated plurality In the county la
3.400. The city gives Odell a plurality of 1,962. His
probable plurality In the county will be 2.600, as
compared with 2,242 given to Van Wyck In 189 S.
MONTGOMERY'S SUBSTANTIAL FIGURES.
Amsterdam, Nov. 8— Montgomery County's plu
rality for McKlnley Is 1,900; for Odell. 1,600.
ODELL STRONG IN DUTCHESS.
Fowghkeepsle. {for. 6.— Poughke«psle City com
plete Klves MoKinley 1.337 plurality; Odell. 1.191
plurality.
BEHIND MKINLEY IN UTICA.
Utlca. Nov. 6.-McKlnley carries Utlca by 1.4U;
Odell by 973. Sherman Is elected to Congress by
1,013; Wlllard State Senator by 74; McQuade, Re
publican. Assembly. Ist District. 581, The McKinley
eßtimate m the county Is 5.000; State ticket. 4,00 ft.
Sherman, Wlllard, three Assemblymen an.l entire
Republican county ticket elected.
ROCHESTER'S COMPLETE VOTE.
P.ocliester, Nov. 6.— Rochester complete gives Mc-
Klnley's plurality 4,464; Odell, 2.354. Same In 1896
gave McKlnley 6,324 plurality: Roosevelt in IS9B. 555.
A GOOD MARGIN IN SULLIVAN.
MnnMcello, Nov. 6.— lt Is estimated that Sullivan
County will give McKlnley 600 plurality. In 189*
he carried It by 1.541. Republican leaders say Odell
will run 100 behind McKinley. Dusenberry, Repub
lican, Is e.lei-ted to the Assembly. William L.
Thornton. Senator, XXVIth District, will carry the
county by 500.
TWO REPUBLICAN ASSEMBLYMEN GAINED.
Syracuse, Nov 6.— ln Onondaga County the plu
rality for McKinley Is about 9.000; for Odell, nearly
8,500. Drlßcoll Is elected for Congress in the
XXVIIth District by 9.500. For State Benator in the
XXVth District. White In elected. For Assembly
men In Onondapa County the following are rlectpJ:
It=t District. Baker; lid District, Traub: Hid Dis
trict. Cadtn; IVth District. Hammond.
J. S. SHERMAN'S MAJORITY.
Utlca. Nov. 6.— 1 am re-elected to Congress by
something over 6.000 majority. McKinley carrier
Utlca by 1.441. and Onelda County by about 6.000
JAMES S. SHERMAN. Congressman.
A REPUBLICAN GAIN.
Buffalo. Nov. 6.— 1 have carried the Vth Assembly
District of Erie County by 400. C. F. BROOKS,
Assemblyman-elect.
FOR CONGRESS AND LEGISLATURE.
Amsterdam. Nov John K. Stewart, Republi
can, Is elected to Congress In the XXlst District.
He will have a plurality of over 2.000 In Montgomery
County. Hobart Krum. Republican. is elected to
the Senate, and will have over 1,200 plurality in the
county, Alphnnso Walrath. Republican, Is' elected
to the Assembly from Montgomery County.
A GAIN FROM WESTCHKSTER.
Mount Vernon, Nov. 6.— 1 am elected by a ma
jority of about DOO to the Assembly from West
chester County. WILLIAM C. MAINS.
Republican Assemblyman-elect.
VOTE FOR GOVERNOR BY COUNTIES.
I 1900. ~\ ■ 18« W. ~
County. I St'ch- ! I Roose- ' Van
! Odell. ! field. !j velt. , Wycle.
Albany I l.«*V M ; 925
Allejrany ....I 2,400| [ 8.170 I
Broome ! 2.500 tl 3,611 '
Cattartugua . 2.500 ! ; 8.2*) !
Cayu,ca 3,200 ' 8.224
Chautauqua . 8.000 ! 6.720
Chemung ! ' »00 I 102
Chennngo '. 1.000 | 2.123
Clinton I 1.8001 24
Columbia.... 1.400' ;; 287
CortUnd 2.000 1.734
Delaware....! 2. 700 1 2.48«
Dutchesa ....I 2.200 1 I 2.5 US
Erie ! 8.000 i 2.242
Essex I 2«KV - — M 2.182
Franklin .... ' 3.4001 1 2.703 ;
Fulton I 2>oo 1 1 2.132 ■
Gpnesee I 1,400 I.BM '
Greene ] 500' ' 44
Hamilton ... 1 1.173
Herklmer . . . . I 2.2n0 1 3.391
Jefferson .... 5.000 ! — — 18.380
Kings I ■ 1 2.100 712
Lewis I 1.200' '! I.S»
Livingston ... 1.2001 , 2.«31
Madison I 8.2001 M 2.IWJ
Monroe, I 7.2001 1, MS
Montgomery .! I-* OO .. 1.262 ■
Nassau \ 8001 1| — —
New-York ... 83.700 1 — «0.070
Niagara '■ WO —- - ( ! 62S
Onelda I 3.rtOO> 1.3.2
Onondaea ... ».500j fm
Ontario I l.lOrt , 1.702
Orange ! 4.500 i 2.813
Orleans ! I.OOOt 1.411
0«*e o 1 3.500 S.M4
Putnam I 300 ; ; "0 —
Queens ' —I 8.000 3.334
Rensselaer .. 2.500 604
Richmond ... 1 1.3001 — - 2.148
Rockland ! .V»! §
St. Lawrence. 8.500! . J.WS ;
Saratoga .... 2.500' 2.277
Pchenectady .1 1.300' ■;.-, 8.« —
fiehoharte ...I 1 500 1 — 743
Bchuyler I flno! . <21
Seneca ! 160 ; — ; . '• " '~
Bteub«o I 8.000; '; .8.103 „ ■
Suffolk I 8,000 1 2.486
Sulllval ! 1.000 575
Tloga ! 1.400 ' 1.174 - —
Tompklns ... 1.400 :: 1.422
flster ! 2.000 1.604
Warren ! 2.000 ' 1.133 ]
Washington . 1.800 ! ! I S. . 17
Wayns I 2.800 ! 2,«3» j
Westchester .1 4.W» II 1.043
Wyoming ••• I.tWO. !' 1.72S — —
Tate. ......A I.OOOJ I 1.404
Totals . 1 187.6001 42.800 1 1 105*24 SS.S4S
Plurality ....I 83.8C0| '| 17.376 | -'■'
»
GOVERNOR REJOICES AT RESULT.
BKNDS TELEGRAMS OP CONGRATULATION
TO PRKSIDKNT MKINI.EV. SENATOR
HANNA AND CHAIRMAN ODEf-1..
Oyster Bay, Lons Island, Nov. «».— Governor
Roosevelt, surrounded by his family, to-night
received the returns at his home, on Sycamore
Hill. The Governor at n.> time In the evening
seemed anxious about the result. He did not
make any special arrangements to receive the
tiowe. and depended on messages brought from
the telegraph ufilce in th? railroad station, near
ly three nilleß away.
The nrm definite Information of the Repub
lican victory was conveyed to the Governor at
about 10 o'clock. The Governor was In the re
leptlon room with his wife and daughter. When
he appeared at the door to meet a newspaper
correspondent he was In full evening dress. He
Invited his visitor into the parlor, and closely
scrutenlsed the returns, and briefly commented
en the result. After reading the message, hs
said:
"Isa't that fine! It shows what the American
people are. It shows that they want the good
times to continue, and are in favor of honest
money and are for the flag."
The Governor at once dictated the following
dispatch to President McKlnley:
To President WHHam McKlnley, Canton. Ohio.
I congratulate you and far more the Nation.
You have my heartfelt gratitude over the re
sult. THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
Governor Roosevelt also sent messages of con
gratulation to Senator Hanna and Chairman
Odell, Uttvernnr-eUri.
NEW-JERSEY IS ALL RIGHT
RETURNS INDICATE 50.000 PLURALITY
FOR MKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT.
REPUBUCANB ELECT BIX CONORBBSMETN.
SEVEN SENATORS AND LARGE MAJOR
ITY TO ASSEMBT-Y.
Returns from every part of New-Jers«y Indi
cate the heaviest vote ever cast In the State,
and a quiet election. Up to midnight the Repub
licans claimed from 50.000 to fiO.ooo majority for
McKlnley and Roosevelt, and the Democrats
conceded their election by 35.000 to 40.000.
Six of the eight Congressmen chosen are Re
publicans, which leaves the delegation the same
as it Is at present.
The Republicans claim that they have elected
six of the elghi State Senators, and that they
bave made a Republican gain of three. Nathan
Halnes. In Burlington County. Theodore Strong.
In Middlesex County, and Wood McKee. In
Passalc County. The Democrats claim only
the election of Senators In Hudson, Hunterdon
and Sussex counties.
The Republicans assert that they have elected
forty-two, and probably forty-four, of their can
didates for members of the Assembly. The tables
below show the results In the State as Indicated
by the returns up to 1 a. m.
ATLANTIC COUNTY.
OAnn.VER. FOR CONGRESS; ABBOTT FOR ASSEM
BLY. ■■ ■! Milan MBIHIiMI 12.000.
Atlantic City. Nov. 6— Atlantic County gives Mc-
Klnley at least 12. W0 plurality. Abbott, for As
sembly, reflected. Gardner, for Congress, un
doubtedly has 10,000 in the lid District.
BERGEN COUNTY.
REPUBLICANS BI,FjrT CONGRESSMAN. BTATH SF.N
ATOR AND TWO AS.*QMRI..TMF:K.
Rutherford. Nov. 6 (Special).— Bergen Ccunty Re
publicans claim that they have elected Wakelee
State Senator. Tlilotson and Mercer Assemblymen
hr 2,500 plurality, and that Steward (Rep ). for Con
grass, will have about 2.200 plurality.
BURLINGTON COUNTY.
M-KINLET. 3.000 PU7RAUTY. AND REPUBLICANS
GAIN A STATE SENATOR.
Mount Holly. Nov. 5 (Special).— Burlington County
gives McKlnley 3.000 plurality, and elects entire Re
publican ticket— Halnes for Senator and Wright find
Homer for Assembly. For Congress, Gardiner (Rep.)
will have 2.700.
CAMDEN COUNTY.
THE REFTBUCAXS WIU HAVH A PUHUUfI OF
ABOt'T 10.000 FOR THE WHOT.EJ TICKET.
CamrJen. Nov. «.— Camden County has gone Re
publican by about 10,000. This Is about the same a»
four yearH ago.
CAVK MAY COUNTY.
HAND EJECTED SENATOR— "CO AI. COMBIJTE"
MIIXER DEFBATED BY 1.000 PI.rHA7.TTT.
Cape May, Nov. < {Special).— Cape May County re
elects Hand State Senator by COO plurality. Crease
for Assembly, Is elected, and MeKinley has about
800 plurality.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
PMTRAMTT FOR M'KINLET 2.000. AND WnOI.B RE
PUBMCAX TICKET ELECTED.
Brldgeton, Nov. 6 (Special).— Cumberland County
gives McKlnley 2.000 plurality, and elects Moore
and Sieelmnn (Rep.) Assemblymen. r,our?enslager
(Rep.), for Congress, runs well with the head of the
ticket.
ESSEX COUNTY.
N'ew-rk. Vov. 6. 10 p. m. (Special) — Returns at
this hour Indicate that Essex County has gone Re
publican by mote than 2O.o<y> plurality, and It !s
e.«flniated here that M.-Klniev's plurality in the
State will be between "5.000 and SO.OnO.
GLOT'CESTER COT'NTY
Woodbury, Nov. 6. (Special). —McKlnley"s plurality
In Gloucester County, from present Indications, will
not fall far below that Of 1336. William P. Buck
(Rep ). Is rr-elected to the Assembly.
HUDSON COUNTY.
PHMOCRATIC PI.rRAI.ITY FROM 4.000 TO 3.000 FOR
ENTIRE" TICKET.
Hudson County goes Democratic by from 4,000 to
5.000. Allan T... McDrrmntt (Dem.) is elected Con
gressman and Robert S. Hudspeth (Dem.) State
Senator. Both McDermott and Hudspeth are run
ning behind Bryan. The entire Democratic As
sembly ticket Is elected.
HUNTERDON COUNTY.
DEMOCRATIC BT ABOUT 1.000 PI-fRAUTT FOR THE
WHOLE TICKEfT.
Flemlngton. Nov. « (Special). -The Indications are
that Huntcrdon County has gone Democratic by
ebout 1.000 majority, re-electing Oliver I. Black
well and Warren O. Lau-lenberger as Assembly
men. William C. Oebhardt as Senator, and Andrew
R. Dilts as County Clerk. Jofhua Salmon, for
Congress, will probably receive 900 majority in the
county. Bryan and Stevenson will probably have
1 100 plurality.
MERCER COUNTY.
Trenton. Nov. 6. (Special).— The Republicans swept
everything before them In Mercer County to-day,
giving about 5.500 plurality for McKinley and
electing Page, Rees ana Fleming to the Assembly.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
ENTIRE REPUBLJCAN TICKET BIJCCTBD BT
ABOI'T I.SOO Pt.rRAI.ITT.
New Brunswlrk. Nov. fi. (Special).— The entire
Republican ticket is elected :n Middlesex County
by at least 1.500 for McKlnley and Roosevelt and
Hcwell for Congress, and from 1.000 to 1.500 for
Strong for State St-nator and the three Repub
lican Assemblymen.
MON MOUTH COT'NTY.
■OI>D MONMOI'TH " ROI.U? IP 1.200 MAJORITY
F«»R REPI'BI.ICAN TICKET
Freehold. Nov. 6 (Special) — The Republicans carry
Mnnmouth County by about 1.200 majority. B. F.
Ilowell (Rep.) receives 1.000 over Bergen (Dem.) for
Cuiigrfjis. Ayres, Klrkbrlde and Snyder are elected
to the Assembly.
MORRIS COUNTY.
GARRISON AND WHITS, REPUBLICAN?, BISECTED
TO THE ASSEMBLY.
Morristown. Nov. 6 (Special).— The Republicans
carry Morris County by about 2.500 plurality for
McKinley and sled Garrison and White to the
Assembly.
OCEAN COUNTY.
Toms River. Nov. 6 (Special).— Ocean County will
return about 1.70 1 ) maorlty for McKlnley and Roose
velt, and the Republican Assemblyman will have
about 1.000 plurality.
PASSATC COUNT t.
PI.T'RAMTY FOR MKIN'KEY 2.500 - SENATOR AND
ASSEMBLYMEN RKTTBLICANS.
Puterscn. Nov (5. (Special). -Indications are that
Paasalc County gives 1500 for McKlnley. Full Re
publican ticket elected except John S. Btnrr for
Sheriff, who Is In doubt.
SALEM COUNTY.
Salem. Nov. t (Special) —Returns come In slowly.
but indicate a Republican plurality for McKlnUy
of about 700 and the re-election of Blohm to the
Assembly.
SOMERSET COUNTY.
INDICATIONS ARK THAT RBPrBUi ANS WILL
HAYS 1.400 MAJOKITT.
Somerville. Nov • (Special) — Eight voting dis
tricts of Somerset County glv« McKlnley 316 and
Howell (R«p ) for Congress S» The lndloatlons are
that the county will be carried by the Republicans
by 1,400 mnlorlty.
SUSSEX COUNTY.
DEMOCRATS JTIOUAUI.T ELECT AM. Or THEIR
TICKET BUT AaSKMBI.YMAK
Newton. Nov. 6 (Special). -Th« plurality for Bryan
In Sussex County Is about 400; Salmon iDem.) for
Congress. MO. Martin (D*m.) for Senator Bro!>«v» '
elected, but the Republicans claim tb« aWti.
the Assemblyman. »««wa *. I
UNION* COUNTY. "^ *j
RKPTTBTJCANS MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP. Wrr» '
PMTRAIJTT Or 5.000 to 8.000. j
Elizabeth. Nov. « (Special).— The Indications -_. '
that McKlnley has carried Union County by ,L?,
plurality, and that Charles N. Fowler. R#publ|«?
has 5,500 plurality, and the Republican a***,-.!. 3*3 *
men. Ellis R. Meeker. C neuter M Sml»v, -^-
Charles S. Foote. have 5.000 plurality it i. *"* '
mated that Kllzab«th will give McKlnvl TSI
plurality. n"n "' 7 t«l
WARREN COUNTY.
Flemlncton. Nov. 6. (Special).— Warm Cq^ ■
ha« con* Democratic. Jacob B. Bmltk and Bhv
V. White are re-elected AH*mblyn>n am -bJ***
Firth County Clerk. A careful estimsuf«ii2 lla ' 1
best Information obtainable gives Joshua if 5*5 *
mon. for Congress. I.iOO majority In the cawst,?* 1 '
Bryan and Stevenson 1.100 majority. ' ' uj
CHAIRMAN MURPHY'S ESTIMATE! /
TWENTY thousand m ESSEX COTTNTT avt> »J
IN THE gTATE.
Franklin Murphy, chairman of Om Republ!*^ ■
State Committee, before leaving th» party Im?
quarters In Newark for N«w York late last n^W
•aid: "Returns so far received Indicate a. roajfi^tf j
of 10,000 In Essex County and £0,000 In th« Stats hJw
McKinley and Roosevelt." <*
SENATOR SEWELL SAYS 50.000. "' \
Camden. N. J.. Nov. « 'Special) - Indtcatloas fjm
this State are for 50.000 majority for m«» hea J of ih £
ticket. In this part of th* State we carry e7»ry.f
thing by large majorities. Cauiden County stand
In with 10.000 majority, and all the low»r '-inntaiß
give increased majorities. Some of the central *»&?
northern counties have not yet been hearil frata ■
but the whole, trend Is to a very lars;« majority tat '
the heart of th«» ticket and the Legislature. niuijtjj
there will b» six, and possibly seven. Cor«^»*ina«*'i
out of the eight elected. W. J. 3EWELU "I
PRESIDENTIAIi ELECTORS. |
The followintc tables show the. results of t^at
election In the State according; to the returns i»>|.'.
celved at la. m. :
REPCBLICAX. ;i<^fe !
JOHN T. DRYDEX. [E ITT C SJ.\-R ' f- r i
DAVID HAIRD. i\VIt.TJAM M"KEXZr2.
JOH.V M MOORE. oaiß'lF. E. HALSEV X::
WASHINGTON A. ROEE- ELBERT RAIPELTE *
LINO. V.VILKEK?OKCE <Hxm.
FRBUBRIC P. OIXOTT. | MAX.
CONGRESSMEN.
Flmt Distrlet— H. C. u>i:nE3«3LAOra'.. R»ribl:r«»
jjacor.l DlstHet— JOHN J. GARDNER. Rep- 1 bl!«-an
Third District— BENJAMlN F. HOWE!.I. R>pnbMc»fv I
Fourth Dl«rl<~— 9. BALMOX. D»moera,t
Fifth DlJtrtct— JAMES F. STEWART. Rex>ub:ir* n '
Sixth Dlstrtet— R. WATXE PARKER. Remblteac"
Seventh UUtrIct— ALLAN L. M'I'ERMnTT D»nv>"-Tmt. '■
Eighth nistrtct— CHAßLES N. FOWLER. RepuMtroal
HOW NEXT SENATE WILL STAND. '
Counties. State Senators. Term »x3l-»i, -•
Atlantic Trills Evans. R . . iV tl '
Bergen TEdmund W. Wakrl»*. H '. in.*
Burllns*on 'Nathan Ha:ne». R I>* ■
Camden Herbert W. Johnson. M . . mT "
Cape May tßohert E. Hand. a. lfll ,Z
Cumberland Edward C. Steles X IMll
Esses Thomas N. M<-Car?er. Jr., R jjr a
Gloucester Solomon H. Stanser. R ' jjjnS I
Hudson _.tßobert ■, Hudsp«th. D .<
Hunterdon William G Oebfcardt. D Mail
Mercer Elijah C. H'ir-h!n»»»i. R. jfet
Middlesex 'Theodore Strong. R. _..... jaaj.
Monmonth Charles Asa. Francis. R j»ie
Morris „ Mahlon Pitney. R. , 1301
Ocean Georjre G. Smith. R. loot
Passalo »Wood MeKee. R . itr*
Salem Richard C. Miller. R... 19.13
Somerset Charles A. Reed. R _ MOi
Bue*ex tLe-srts J. Martin. :• 190J
Union Joseph Croc«. R 10113 i
"Warren Johnston C3ornt!ii. D _ 13C» I
Republicans. 17; Democrats. 4.
•Republican irnln tEl^cted to "" wanner ranted bf; I
resignations. JKe-elected.
NEXT HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Atlantic County. H-jnterdop. Comity.
•CfcarTes T. Abbott. R. •flllv-- t. Blaclnrel!. D.
»W. O. La<id«Bb«rier. D.
Bergen Cbunty.
Joseph H. Tlllotson. R. Mer»T?r C-n*y.
Jimes W. M»rr^r. R. <W>nr* W P»j»<». R.
•Fr»-J»r'.-lc P. Re««. R.
Burlington C O i;nty. «J. Warren Flerc'.sr. R.
•Charles Wrleht. R. .' " _
John G. Homer. R." HhMle^x County.
•AJrian I.yon. R.
Camden County. »J E Montgomery. B.
•William J. Bra.lley. R. "H. H. Groves, R. v
•Ephratm T. GUI. H. 1
O»or*« A. Watte. H. Monmouta County. 1
•Piunn#l -W. KlrkbridaL & ' I
Cape May County. '•': : nif -• X » J
Lewis M. Cress.*. H. "Charles R. Snyder. B. '
Comberland County. Monrta County.
•Jess* 8. Ste«lman. B. *Sam5 am , IL-^v1 L -^vf rt "°s* R
•William J. Moore. R. Charles R. Wbtt.. K.
Essex County. Oce»a Couacy.
W R Garrabnuits. R. 'Courtney C. Carr. R.
•J. H. Bacheller. R. 1 „ ,
John Howe. R. Parealc COanty.
Robert W. F.rown. R. »E<*Tnund G. Stalter. R.
R. O. Schmidt. R. 'Vivian M Lewis. R.
E. E. Gnlchtel. R. William B. Davt/'sD*. 1L
W. O. Sharwell. R. Hiram Keasler. R.
Edirar Williams. R.
Frederick Cummlngs. R. Salem Cbnr.ty.
a^A.^rd/R-. " - •*»" J. Blohm. B.
CJouceater County. Boiaer«et Coonty.
•William P. Buck. R. Henry W. Hoairia-d R
Hudson County. Sussex County.
•George O. Tennant. D. Theodore M. R:e, R.
Maurice Marks. D.
•P. Anthony Brock. D. Union County.
ii*Z A h P?2515V °n 1 " 9 *• Meeker. B.
•John H. \ ©Hers. D. •Chester M 9mith. R.
S« «x ass tsi **
P J .°t^ s J tnf^b D - iJTZTZT- I
•Re-«le«te<l.
Republican*. 44; D«nocr*t». 13; Sown In dooM.
MR. MAN LET TO THE TRIBUTE A
SATS EARLY THIS MORKTKO THAT STKK«<i
LET WILL. HAVE AT LEAST »i 2
ELECTORAL VOTES. \
Joseph H. Manley early this morniar *«t "< |
The Tribune from National Headquarter* th«^ I
following: telegram:
Latest returns up to mldnlarht from all polnt^j
Indicate unmistakably 284 electoral vot«a for th*
Republican National ticket, at least, wlta tn«
probability of considerable additions later, an«
the permanent political burial of Bryan an«J|
Croker. All of the doubtful States In the EMU
including Maryland. West Virginia, Delaware
and New-Jersey, absolutely certain for Me*
Kinley. Democratic managers concede the eleo*
tion of McKinley and Roosevelt They aUo con£
cede practically all of the doubtful States El
the Middle West and Northwest. Returns i""**
the Far West will be late coming in. but »* *2
doubtful point indicates increases for then**
publican ticket. J. H. MAN LET. |
TWO CONSULS EXCHANGE PLACES.
Washington. Nov. 6.— Horace Lee Washington. 4
present Consul at Valencia Spain, has been ******
ferred to Geneva. Switzerland, exrharsintr Pi***"
with Kichard M. Bart It-man.
Equipping the Home tot
Pleasure
The excitement and uncertainty of e!?ctl<fl
being over, business resumes its normal caw
dttlon. and attention is at once transferred frot^
political to personal matter*.
If you are interested In equipping your hon»|
or pleasure aa well as for comfort, you *»j
find In the purchase of an Aeolian or PtanoM
the most profitable Investment yon have *v*»
made.
The Aeolian la a home orchestra which T«R
can play even If you do not possess musMN
knowledge. M
The Pianola is a piano player. 1. •» *» Tj
atrument by means of which you can play «*
piano. It makes no difference if you do *
know on* note from another You control WJ
expression and have all th« pleasure of oMfl
plavin» without th* drudgery
Think what It means to play at will »**2
lection, no matter how difficult— Optrai. Ortn
'.urea. Symphonies, Waltzes, anl dane« «vi»
as well as all the popular airs as soon as *■■•
come out. •
You can play for your own amusement, »■*
you can entertain your friends. .
During winter evenings or stormy 4t^2
the Aeolian or Pianola brings enough pi **^J
into the home to pay for its cost many i !lß< *
over. jk
Both those instruments are on •xhlbttiofl "I
The Aeolian Company* wartrooma. 13 *2
IMd St.. N*w York, and 300 Fulton St. * w>^[
lyn. Visitors welcome

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