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Al-KCW DAILY 'DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. NOYEMBEB 7, WO!)
Elected by an Even Greater
tho Indications aro that Ortnan, Cover
nor, elected by fusion party.
Gives Him Enough:
Cleveland, 0., Noy. 7. (Spl.) Ono
hundred and cighty-flve precincts havo
reported. McKlnloy has 30,805 aqd
Bryan 30,438,.a plurality for McKinley,
Tv f J.
Carried All of the Close States, and Will
Very Likely Gain Others---W!r. Bryan
Gained In Popular Vote.
The Silent Vote Was With President McKinley,
Which Tells the StoryEntire Repub-
lican County Ticket Elected.
(From Wednesday Morning's Extra,)
President McKlnloy more than holdhls own In tho olrctlon yesterday,
gaining iovernl of tho States that wero for Mr. Bryun In 1800.
Both of the candidates received pop-ular voles In excess of that cast for
thora In 1800.
Mr. McKinley carried all tho doubt-f nl States except, Kentucky, Including
. . . . . ,
Maryland, Indiana, Now Yoik, Knusnsand South -Dakota,-while tho Republi
can coniniltteo claims that the clector-al voles, of. .Kentucky and even Ne
braska will be cast for MeKlnlcy.
Never has an Administration received n morp general endorsement of
tho Amerlcau people, and tho result of the. elect Jou. lifts, .fully Justified tho
most extravagant claims that wero made, py, tq Rop.ublau National com-
mlttea In behalf of Its ticket. ;
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Tho Indications aro also that Uio Republican party makes very sub
stantial gains In (ho Houso of Representatives. Cnngicssman Lenta, of
Columbus, was defeated, and tho Domocrats. Josl, pthpr membors of tho
Olilo dclegfttlPn. At tho time tho Democrat wenl'to press tho vcsult of tho
election in tho'Tncntloth Ohio District was In doubt. '.
Now York gives Its oto to Mv. MeKlnlcy by .a plurality of 150,000.
Ohio will be Republican by about tho sarao pfuralHy which was given lo
Mr. McKlnloy four years ago In tho neighborhood of 50,000. Mr. Bryan
gained not ono State which had been claimed for Mr. McKlnloy.
Indications at tho tlmo that tho Democrat went to pross wore that Mr.
McKinley had carried Now Yoik, South Dakota, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Wlsconslu, Kentucky, Minnesota and Now .Tcrsoy.
Following Ih a eoiuploto summary pf tho result of tho election ln tho
TnrJouj States wherein tho contest was of luteiest. . iv .
May bo Dofoatod In the Twentieth
Medina, 0., Nov. (l.-(Spl.)-Fourtceu
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P-Hyf OiWlifftt, M00, b nockwood, S, V.
mm V,CE PBESIDENT ELECT ROOSEUJT,
His Good Fortune of Four
pieclncts of i Medina county glvo Mc
Kinley 2102, Bryan 1701, Beldler 1-170.
Harrington (Dom.) 1050, Phillips (Ind.
Hop.) 550. Tho Indications aro that Mr.
Harrington, the Dumoorti: candidate
for Congress, will bo elected, Cuya
hoga county having given 1500 plur
ality against Beldler.
Cleveland, 0 Nov. 0--(Spl.)-Candl
dato Beldler carried Lake county but
ran 1,500 votes behind his ticket In
Cuyahoga County. At tho time, tho
Democrat's extra" wont to press his
election was fctlll In doubt, depending
upon tho action of tho Medina county
voters, from whom returns wero tardj
Cleveland, 0., Nov. 0. (Spl.) At 4
a.m. Cuyahoga county was stllj In
doubt, although tho Republican com.
mltteo claimed it tor Mr. McKlnloy by
2,000. They claimed tho city of Clove
land by GOO. Tho Democratic conmilt
teo claims tho county Is still doubt
ful. Tho cleqtion of Judgo U. L. Marvin,
of Akron, to siicced himself as Circuit
Judgo Is assured. His plurality In
Summit, Lorain and Medina counties
will glvo hlin a substantial plurality
In tho district,
Columbus, 0-, Nov. (SpD-Con
giessraan Lontz was defeated for ro.
olectlou to Congress by a small plur-
Oregon' For1 McKlnloy"
Portland, Oro.( Nov. 0.-(Spl.)-In
Oregon 1,11 precincts out of 752 ave
McKlnloy 10,172, Bryan 0,150. This
ratio will hold throughout tho State.
Greater New York.
New York, Nov. 0.-(Spl.)-Pres.
dentlal roturus lecelvcd from all but
122 of tho total of election districts In
Greater Now 'York glvo McKlnloy
230,200, Bryan 283,030.
New Himpshiro by 15,000.
Concord, N. n., Nov. fl. (Spl,) Sec
rotary Tho. n. Mndlgau, Jr., of tho
Democratic State committee, concedes
that tho Republicans hnvo carried tho
State by a plurality of 15,000.
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 0. (Spl.) The.
best estimate on Kem--. .-...catea
tho certain olcctlon of the eight Dem
ocratic Congtossmeii out of 11. Bry
an's plurality Is likely to tench 15,000,
Lincoln, Neb,, Nov. C.-(Spl.)-Speclal
fusion iiinnni?m-H ussnrf flinf ni-viin
Will have at least 8,000 majoilty.
Brynirs precinct went for McKinley
20S, Bryan 105.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 0- (Spl.) As
usual In Presidential yeais, Mn'snuchu.
sotts went Republican today by a sub
stantlnl but considerably reduced ma
jority, giving to Prcsldeut MeKlnlcy
15 votes In tho electoral collego wh.Uo
W. Murray Ornuo was ro.qlOQtod Gov
Now Haven, Conn., Nov. 0 (Spl.)
10:55 p. m. With only tho larger cities
and less than a dozen towns In Con
necticut missing, tho returns at 11 o'
clock Indlcato tho ejection of McKin
ley Blcctora by n plurality of 12,000
Aotes, and tho return of all four Re
Baltimore, Md.j Nov. 0,t(Sj).) Mur-
ray Van Do Vere, Chairman of tho
Democratic state roramltteo concedes
Maryland to McKinley.
Tho Baltimore-American claims
Maryland for McKinley by 25,000 ma
jority, nnd a full Republican Con
Quay Wfns Out.
Phlladclplha, Pa., Nov. 6. (Spl.) A
bitter contest between tho Quay and
anti-Quay forces In tho llfth Souator
lal district, made up of six wards In
this city, resulted In a victory for Win.
n. Bcrklobnch, tho Quay candidate
by about .10,000 majority. Quay has
won out throughout tho entire state.
Littlo Rock, Aik., 'Nov. C (Spl.)
Theio was ajllght vote. Tho vote Is
coming in slowly. Tho Democrats
claim tho entire Cougiesslomil delega
tion is elected.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. C (Spl.)
10 o'clock tonight returns nio comng
Aeiy slowly. Meagio reports received
Indicate Republican majority. A very
heavy ballot was cast
Topcka, Kas., Nov. 0.-(Spl.) Thero
is absolutely nothing on which to baso
nn estimate of Kansas.1 Only two
small precincts' hiivb been completed.
These show very littlo change.
Wilmington, Dei., Nov. 'o. (Snl.l-,
Twenty districts' out of 05 in tho" city
of Wilmington, glvo McKinley 2,004,
Bryan 1,855. Tho morning News, In
nn extra, nnuouncos tho election of tho
whole Republican ticket In tho Stnto.
West Virginia. '
Parkersburg.'w. Vn., Nov. 5.-(Spl.)-,
The Republican S"tato comniltteo says
tho entlro Republican ticket elected
by a clean swep.
Yanktown, S. Dakota, Nov. 0. (Spl.)
Roturns this far show n heavy Re
publican Rain over four years ago.
Now York, Nov. 0. (Spl.) Tho .Tour
mil's Plerro South Dakota special
says that estimates on returns, so far
rccolved, would Indicate Republican
majority of ton thousand In Stato.
Milwaukee, Wis.', Nov. 0. (Spl.)
Gen. Bryan!, chairman of tho Ropub.
lican Stato Central commltteo claims
McKinley will carry tho fitoto by
Chicago, Ills., Nov. 0- (Spl,)-Ohnl-.
man Rowo of tho Stato Republican
committee claims S0.000 Republican
plurality outside of Cook county, and
25,000 majority in Cook county.
Fargo, N, Dak.. Nov, 0.-(Spl.)-
Thirty-two precincts In tho State glvo
McKinley 2.0S7, Bryan 1,377. Tho
came In ISOll gave Mckiuley 2,-183,
Bryan 1,707. Chairman of tho Demo.
cratlc Stnto comniltteo concedes elec.
Hon of McKluley. no carries thq Stnto
by 05,000 uiujorlty.
Nebraska In Doubt.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 0. (Spl.)-Ro-turns
Indlcato that Nobrnskn has gono
Ropubllcnu unless tho western end of
tho stute conies to tho rcscuQ with a
Providence, R. I,, Nov. 0,-(Spl.)
McKluley has called Rhodo Island by
. Our President for
STATES McKINLEY CARRIED
Washington, Nov. 0. (Spl.) Seven precincts in Washington give Mc
Kinley 713, Bryan 317. Indications at 4 o'clock wero that McKlnloy has
carried tho following States: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire,
New-Jersoy, New York, Ohio, South Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhodo Island,
Vorrriont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, with a total of 247 electoral votes.
Four years ago Mr. McKluley's electoral voto was 271.
about 17,000 plurality.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. C (Spl.) Nine-ty-slx
precincts glvo McKlnloy 1,101,
Bryan 8S0, a Republican gain of 100.
' ' Canton Republican.
At midnight tho Democrat received
n dispatch from Canton announcing
that tho entlro Republican tlckot had
been elected by pluralities exceeding
1,500. President McKinley carried
Canton by 700, Stark county by 2,000.
Congressman Taylor was re-elected by
a large plurality.
Gain Republican Congressmen.
Washington, Nor. 0. (Spl.) Senator
Quay states that theio will bo a gain
of 0 Republican Congressmen (n Penn
sylvania. Even Break In New Jorsoy.
Trenton, N. X, Nov. II. (Spl.) At
midnight full returns bear out tho
statement that Now Jersey will glvo
McKlnloy nnd Roosovelt 50,000 plur-!
nllty. Tho Democrats havo sucqoeded
In carrying soven out of 21 counties,
Including Hudson, Hunter, Kssox nnrt
Wnrren. They havo mado a net loss
of 3 members In tho upper house of tho
legMntuio. . Tho now Scnnto will
stnnd 10 Republicans to 4 Democrats,
and tho house will contain 41 Republi
cans and 15 Democrats, same as be
fore. MANLEY FIRST.
Wires Congratulations to President
, McKlnloy Early.
Executive Mansion, Canton, O., Nov.
0. (Spl.) The President's first con
grntulatlons from hendqunrters canio
from Mauley at Now York, as follows!
WnlMA CinA ,-rt,n wlinm nil l1nGQtra
flow." Your triumphant re-election Is
conceded by Democratic managers. I
tender my earnest congratulations.
Wo aro very happy at headquarters."
Canton, 0-, Nov. 0.-(Spl.)-Tho Pics
Ideut Is beginning to recolvo congratu
lations on his re-election.
Claimed by the Ropub'ican Executivo
Committee Had Been Realizod.
Chicago. Nov. 0.-(Spl.)-At 11;15 to
ulght Henry Payne, Vico Chairman Re-
publican National committee, bald:
"McKlnloy has surely carried ovory
stato claimed by mo with tho possible
exception of Kontucky, and tho roturns
four years More.
indlcato that wo have beaten Bryan in
Chairman Jones of the National
Democratic Committee, at 10.05, said:
"Fiom tho returns now coming in,
Now York Is still anybody's."
Mr. Bryan's Statement.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov.' G. (Spl.) At "12
o'clock Mr. Brynu told tho newspaper
correspondents that lie would havo no
statement to mako before tomorrow.
Washingotn, Nov. 0. (Spl.) Repub
licans havo tho presidency and Con
gress beyond n doubt At midnight
nothing had been received to chaiigo
the conlldeuco in a comploto Republi
can victory. Secrotnry Gago at 10:3
sent a telegram congintiilatlng McKin
ley. Omahu, Nov. 0. (Spl.) The Omaha
World, Draocratlc, predicts that
Dunphy, tho fusion caudldato for Gov
ernor, will havo a pmall majority,
probably ubout 3,000,, Tho stnto Is
closo as'betwcou McKinley and Bryaa.
Chairman Dick of, tho Republican
stnto committee, says returns up to 11
p. m. Justify tho clalm''that Ohio has
given McKinley a plurality of from
75,0000 to 80,000 nnd the. olectlou. of
17 and possibly 18 out of 21 Congress
men, being a gain of two and probab
ly three members.
Later From Illinois.
Chicago, 111., Not. 7. (Spl.) Seven
hundred nnd twenty precincts In Illi
nois, outldo of Cook county, gnvo Mc
Klnloy 151,327; Brynn, 108,700. Snmo
in '00, gavo McKinley 148,701; Bryan
Denver, Col., Nov. 7. (Spl.) Seven
hundred nud twenty precincts outside
of Dom or gavo Bryan 15,207; McKin
Closo In Cleveland.
Cleveland, O., Nov, 0. (SpJ.) Ono
hundred" nnd" seventy precincts glvo
McKinley .13,007; Bryan, 33,100. Tho
samo .In '1600 gavo McKinley 32,312;
"Sure For Bryan.
Denver, Col., Nov. 7.-Spl.) From
present Indications ,Bryon carries Col
orado by 40,000 maJorUy. At raldnlght
Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold
Lnxutlvo Bromo-Qulnlno Tablets cure
a cold In ono day. No pure, no pay.
Indlanapolfs, Ind., Nov. 7.-(Spl.)
Flvo hundred and fifty precincts give
McKinley 02,850, Bryan 51,205. Samo
In 1800, gavo McKinley 00,373, Bryan
51,534, a net Republican gain of 2805.
Cleveland, Nov. 7. (Spl.) Ono nun.
dred precincts gave McKinley 38,065,
Bryan 37,710. Tho same In 1890 gavo
McKinley 30,380, Bryan 32,752.
Columbus, O., Nov. 7. (Spl.) Eighty
'nine precincts out of 00 In tho city, in
dicates that McKinley carries Colum
bus by about 3300.
Canton, O., Nov. 7, (Spl.) Twenty,
two ou of 23 precincts gave MOKlnley,
4,009, Bryan 3,155.
Columbus, O., Nov. 7. (Spl.) Three
hundreds of " Hamilton Cuyahoga,
Franklin and Lucas counties gavo Mc
Kinley 74,440, Brynn 01841.
Franklin For McKinley.
Columbus, 0., Nov. 7. (Spl.) Dlghty
precincts In Franklin county give Mc
Kinley 31, SIS, Brynn 12,724.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. C The Propri
etor of the Omaha Bee, Republican,
sanys all Indications point to tho elec
tion of Dloterich tho Republican can-
didato for Governor, by 3,000
Kansas by 40,000.
Topeka, Kas., No.v. 0. (SpD-r-Tko
Kansas Republican committee still
claims tho Stato for McKinley by 40,
000, and the election pf thooijUrp .Re
publican Congressional delegation. '
Dick Beats Lentz.
Columbus, O., Nov. 7. (Spl.) Chair
man Dick of the state committee claims
Tompkins, Republican for Congress,
elected over Lentz, Democrat, by 200
Cleveland, Nov. 7. (Spl.) At 4 a.
m., 200 precincts glvo McKinley 40,479,
Ahead In Country.
Columbus, O., 'Nov. 7. (Spl.) Four
bundled nnd forty precincts o'utsldo
of Hamilton, Cuyahoga, Franklin nnd
Lucas counties gave McKinley, 04,250;
Bryan 70,025. Samo In 1S0Q gavo Mc
Kinley 01,084, Bryan, 82,201.
Dayton, 0., Nov. 0.-(Spl:)-Ohair-mnn
of tho Couuty committee says
that Nevin, tho Republican candidate
for Congress, will probably havo'nbout
2,000 majority in Montgomery cfymty.
Chairman Republican carainittee
claims Nevin Is, elected in. dls'trlptby
Rep blican Gain.
Iudlnnnapolls, 'ind., Nov. 0. (Spl.)-l
At ouo o'clock returns from 500 pre
cincts f-how a net Republican Ktiln of
2,452. This would iudicate a plurality
for McKinley of ubout 34,000 In tho
Gain In Illinois.
Chicago, HIS., Nov. G.(SpI.)-Soven
bundled dud twenty precInctsof Cook
county, gjvo McKinley 110.741, Bry
nn 100,7fcf. Snmo In 1S00 gave Mc
Kinley lSS.SOa.'' Bryan 10$
Nip and Tuck.
San Francisco, Cal, Nov. 0. (Spl.)
In California BS precincts outsido of
San Francisco," glvo McKinley 1,029,
Bryan 1,303. The sumo In '00 gavo
McKinley 1,720, Bryan 1,000.
J Gejnerai Elec-
I tion Results, f
Nowburg, N. Y., Nov. 0.-(Spl.)-Mr.
Odell tonight bent tho following to
President McKinley at Canton: "New
York has endorsed your Administer