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\y|ntcr Session Convencs at
Uavana With Briglit
PRE'SIDENT MAKES REQUEST
Prospects for Lcgislation Much
Bctter Than at Former
HAVANA. Nov, 7.?The wlnter session
Ot Congress opened to-day promjslugly.
In hls messago, Presldent Palma, dlscuss
cllnatlon to legislnte, whlch charnoterlzcd
tho summer session, the members of tho
mlnorlty party occupled thelr seats in
full force. Natlonnllst leaders have in?
formed tho Assoclated Press that It Is not
ihelr lntontlon to pursue thelr fonner nb
There wero less than hnlf a dozen nb
nenttes ln ench houso, and the procced
Ings wero charncterlzcd by frlendliness.
In hls niesage, Prcsldent Palma, dlscuss
lng tho pnymenls to the vetcnins, asked
"Congress to decido In wliat manner tho
romnlnder duo should bo rnlscd. Tho
Presldent called attentlon to the fact that
'Iho Platt amendment would not pcrmit
Cuba to Incur debt unless the ordinary
receipts of tho trensury were snfficlcnt
lo pny off tho slnklng fund. and the nd
vantn'ge as tho present rcsourcos above
the ordinary expenses aro practlcally nb
eorbtd by tho flrst loan, Cubn cnnnot
creato a new loan except through In?
creaslng tnxes. The Prcsldent suggost
ted thnt tho dlfflculty might be obvlntcd
by tho creatlon of a perpetual debt benr
Ing Interest at threo per cent. per annum,
?which tho government could be autlioulzod
to slnk nfter twenty years or to llquldate
aooncr if the means bocamc avallable.
. Prenldent Palma called attentlon to
Cuba's responslbljlty under tho Platt
amendmeiit for proper sanltatlbri through?
out the Island. nnd stated that the ex?
ecutive government must nssunie general
charge of all sanitatlon ln order to se?
cure unlform and effectlvc results.1 Con
BCquently Congress should approprlate
eufflcient money for that. purpose aud
authorlzo definlto executive control there
qC Tho Presldent reported that health
condltions' woro ns satisfactory us lnst
year. The mortallty tho past ten months
iu Havana dlstrict was 21.10 per 1,000,
and throughout tho Island 16.37. Tho
one case of yellow fever hnd been cils
posed of, and thnt lmd not origlnnted In
Cuba. The sanitary dcpartment, tho
Presldent said. Is prepa-ring new regula
Uons to bo carried out under executive
authorlty. Presldent Palma submitted
the bndget of expenses for next yenr,
amountlng to $19,000,000, oC whlch ho pro
I posed to devote $2,500,000 for tho con.struc
tion of new roads und bridges. The spe?
clal internal tax on Hquors. matches;
etc. etc. levled for the payment of tho
present loan, now yiclds $3,300,000 nn
riually. wlth a surplus of $t,"Zfo7o00 nbovo
the amount needed. lf the export duty
authorlzed to be plnced on sugar and
cigars were also enforced. lt would yleld
upwards of $500,000 moro.
Cortelyou's Campaign Service
Blow' to Civil Service.
?Ex-Presldent Cleveland declared} to a
representaUve ofr the press at lus home
in Prlnceton, N. J., Saturday night, when
asked for hls views about tho letter of
Piosidcnt Roosevelt .m:l the previous i
xnarks of Judge Parker ln regard to Chair?
man Cortelyou's connection' wlth the
trusts, that he refused to enter into any
cpntroversy whlch seemed to Interyeiie
between Judge Parkor nnd Presldent
Roosevelt ln relatlon to Mr. Cortelyou's
conduct ns the chairman of the Republl
can National Commlttee.
? Hci said, however, that there was a point
in regard to MrliiCortelyou, bearing on tlie
clvll service, >j:hT<;b had''not been called to
tho attentlon'of the.public by the press,
and that for thls reason he took tlie op?
portunlty to make the followlng state?
ment. whlch he wrote out ln hls own
"I see that Mr. Roosevelt In hls jitnte
ment, publlshed tht-i mornlng ln dofenso
of himself ,-uid Mr. Cortelyou. speaks nf
t-h* latter as havlng been 'iny executive
clerk ln tho Whlte House.' Ile might
have gone further aud ttpokon of my high
oplnlon of Mr. Cortelyou, amountlng
"From thls nris'-s my condornnntlan of
the actlon of Mr. Roosevelt In putllnK him
at the head of tho Republlcan National
Commlttee; nnd fhts has nothlng (o do
wlth tho c|iK?st!nrj whether <>r not Mr.
Cortelyou Has or hns not linproporly or
otherwlse exlorted or obtalncd contrlbu?
tlons from trusts and combliiotlons for
campnlpn purposes, Wlth thls oonten
tlon T hnvo nothlng lo do. My coniplnlnt
5s of a rttfferent sort.
"Mr. Cortelyou before hls solootlon ns
tho head of a partlsan National Commlt?
tee, with nll It Impllon, was pre-emlnently
the besl illustratlon tho country Uffordocl
of the useful aud boncflcent operatlon
of clvll service reform. Without Influence
or powerful frlends he earned a humblo
place in the puhllc service through clvll
nervlee examination. He rose gteji by ijtop
thrdugh hls own merlts lo posltlons of
th? most dolicate and Confldentl.il chur.
.ar.ter; and when he was jiui at ihe head
'ot an Important nnd now department of
the government und took a pi-ic,. among
jnembers of tho' Presldont's Oablnet, 1
belleve there was not u rlght thlnklny
Jii.an ln lllO Unlted States who <llrl not
reJolce at hls advnnceineiit so udi earn?
ed and 1 am sure every slncoro clvll sor?
vjee reforni would have thojighi ni a?
one he could approprlatcly occupy was
chairman of the Republlcan Na!.?;
Commlttee, anfl Ihe last thlng they could
have expected to do waa lo r< slgn h <
woji-i sni'-ii and befltttng Cab|n< I posltlon.
, to wjto 4uoh a pjace,
"l imve rcgarded H a dlstlnct lou to
the cnuso oi clvll service reform (i t i...
sl ou)d n ive gravltatod to duth rot v/o
tn fur mul mi dlstluctly rerno\
nnd relatlpnslilp to thla reform, oi even
"Berry's (or Clothes."
Vote for Ui . oe.st interpsts ol
the country ?s a whole.
"Tho worst foes of Amerlca nro tho
foes to thnt orderly liberty wlthout whlch
our Rcpubllc must specdily perlsh."
Here aro sevoral 'eandldates
appealing to your favor.
The Top-qont nt $12.60; the
Longoont at $10.OO; the Ches
terrield (medium)n'- $20.00.
It's no vlolation ol the law to
buy these candidates.
Our speeiol to-day?gloves?
for the glad hand $1,113 Instead
to th iiibestennsos?.lnstlUntim-Comk?&
to the best thlngs ln politics.
"It Is my belhif most unfortunato tliat
when _\Ir. Cortelyou assumes agaln Cab?
lnet. duties, as it seems to be conceded
he wlll after tho eiection, ho wlll bo
glven the placo not in IliusUailon of civil
scrvice roform, but ln" paynicnt of tho
work performed and, to suy the worst of
lt, tho most susptclous partlsan servlec
New York Senator Makes De?
fense of Southern Negro.
(By Ausocloted Pres?.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 7.?Senator Chaun
Ccy M* Depew closed the Republican cam
pa'lgn *here to-nlght wlth a speech at tho
Abvssinian Bapt.'-t Church. Senator Do
pew sald that In tho Republican party
resta the hope Of tho negro. Ho pnld a
hlgh tributo to Booker T. Washlngton, of
whorh he sald:
"I havo rarely met his equal anywherc,
and I have met nll tho great mon of the
world." He contlnued. "No negro in the
North can vote against the Republican
pnrty unless ho batr&ys hi3 race. You
colored men must voto with Republloans
until tlio Democratlc States stop dlsfrah
chlslng your race or until you can polnt
at a Republican Leglslature that Is try
ing to talte away your votlng franchlse."
HERRICK SAYS VICTORY.
Democratic Gubernatorial Can
didate Says Parker Will Win.
(By Assoclated Press.)
AL.BANY, N. Y., Nov. 7.?Judgo Her
rlck gave the Assoclated Press to-day a
statement of lils vlews on t.ho situatlon
in the Stnte campalgn, ln the course of
which he sald: "I havo tr&verscd "a very
conslderablo portlon of this Stato In my
campalgn. I havo heard from noarly
every county ln it. and I havo found
that tho Democrats are thoroughly unlted
in .support of tbe natlonal tlcket. ln
every place 1 heard of Rerpiiblicans who
are golng to snport Judge Pnrker, and
in only n few iplaees dld I hear of any
Democrat. who nre refuslng to support
him. ln every county I went inlo I
found the Democrats clalmlng that thelr
orsranlzatlon was ln better shape than It
had neen for a good many years. I flrmly
bollevo thnt tho Republican mnjority
north of tlie Bronx wll ? ho much less
than it wns two years ago."
NEW SAYS ROOSEVELT.
National Committeeman From
Illinois Confident of Victory.
(By Assoclated Press.)
CHICAGO, Nov. 7.?Rcptibllcnn natlonal
branch headquarters wore qulet to-day.
Natlonal Committeeman Harry S. Now
was at hls desk. but hls callers were few.
chlefly pe'rsorial friends who enme tn offor
con/gmtulatlons on the com ple Mon of the
campalgn nnd to gosslp on tho probablo
result of tho eleotlon.
"I nm ns confldent of tho success of
tlie Republican natlonnl tioket ns though
the votes hnd already been counted," de?
clared Coinmltteomnn New. "If Judgo
Pnrker ovor had a ehnn.o in tho world to
be eleeted ho spollod It himself."
PRIEST UNDER ARREST.
(ny Asuoctnted ProFn.)
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 7,-Rey, Father. T...T.
session fraudulont naturalizatlon papers
aml having lllegally reglstered on theso
papers. Aylward to-njght mado tho fol
*T want to tlnd out If somebody lms not
used my name. I have been In St.
Patrlck'a Cbureh for two years. I took
out papers nt tho Court of Appeals three
years ago nnd have them at tho parochla)
iesidence. So far ns I know thoy aio
legal in every respect,"
KILLED HIMSELF IN
PRESENCE OF HIS PARENTS
CHINCOTEAGUE, VA.. Nov. 7.?Mr.
Vllliam lliirrl.-on. twenty-four years of
age.'son of Jlr. Willlnin J. Harrison, nf
Clarke Avenue, commltted sulcldo Frlday
nlght near hls home with a revolver,
shootlng hini-olf through thn temple, In
tho preaence of hls parents, who wero
watchlng hlm, having been told of hls In?
tontion*, The reason .-m.-igncd for tho
! rash deed was III health.
j ti.,-1. funeral iook place hero Sunday
1 aft< rnoon. Interment was ln the Mechan*
AN ONLY SON KILLS
HIS BRUTAL FATHER
Nature's Gift-Beaufiful Hair.
IVJl'y N'ol lliive Ik'Utltlful HulrV
XanlMne Ealr Restoratlve
proventH daiulruff, promotet growtli, restorug halr ig n;, natural
color uiid a iiualUiy coRditiou.
DriiKiiisth s.-li n.
Charges prermicl on all OldflM wJiJn->?t il u,
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Va.
Send. tw Chcultti'.
(Contlnued from Flrst Pngi.)
ferod lo het $5,000 evon that Roosevelt
wlll carry New York, New Jersey, Con?
nectlcut, Indiana a?d Weat Vlrglnla, but
thero were no takors, Several prlvato
wagcrs nro sald to havo beon tnado
ngalnst 1'arl.er at odds of 7 to 1, but no
such bots wero openly announced. Ono |
ibetter piaced $3,000 against $0,000 lhat
Pnrker would carry Now York Stato.
A Wall Street flrm put up $2,000 at
odds of 2 to l that tho President wlll
carry Now York and announced that lt
had $10,000 lo placo at the same odds.
Thero was praotl-iilly no botUng to-duy
on the congtcssional result or tho voto
Ir tlio electora collego. On natlonal and
Stato Issues It Is'-taitcd that $7,O00,000 was
wagered In New York clty.
STATE OF NEW YORK.
Both Sides Claim It?Democrats
(By A-SOClntod Press.)
NETW YORK, November 7.?l-lcctlon ovo
finds both parties clalmlne tho Einplro
Stato. To-day tho loadera took tho last
ostlmatcs of thelr committoemen, und
thon ench sldo put forth lts doclaratlon.H,
tlio Democrats plnnlng falth to a state?
ment by Charles F. Murphy, leader of
Tamroany Hall, thnt tho voto for Parker
In Greater Now York would bc tho great?
est ever oast for a Domocratlo candldato,
whllo tho Republican vlew was cxpresscd
by Governor,. Odoll, who sald Parker's
plurality Un tho clty would have to be
better than 140,000 lf ho was o enrry the
State. Two yonrs ago Coler, tho Demo?
cratlc. candldato for Governor. had 122,600
plurality ovor Odell In the city, but was
defeaited, Odell having 130,800 plurality in
the rest of the Stato.
D. Cady Hcrrlck, the Democratlo noml
neo for Governor, mado a statement to
day. ln whlch ho sald:
"Mnlcing very llbcral dlscount upon
tho rosv viows that u.re always pre?
sented -q a cnndldato, I flrmly bellove
that Uio Republican majority north of
tho Bronx wlll bo much less than it
wns two yenrs ago."
Frank; W. Hlggins, Republican candl?
dato for Governor,* snld to-day:
"I believo Roosevelt wlll carry thls
State by over 100,000, and that tho Ro
publ/loan Stato tlcket wlll 'bo olocted."
Tho feature of tho eiection ln thls olty
promlses to *bo remnrkably close watch
Ing of tho polls. The plans to provont II
logal votln-g have boen m-ndc on a senlo
that ecllpses all former efforts. In addl
tjon to the party watchers and the clty's
8,000 poUnemen, every one of whom wlll
bo on eiection duty to-morrow, Superin?
tendent Morgan, of the State- Eiection
Bureau for tho Motropolltan Dlstriot, wlll
havo moro than l.'OOO deputies at work to
provont the casting' of ballots by those
not e-nlltled to vote, and a force of one
hundred .-ecret servlce mon wlll watch
for foreign. born me>n who may present
fraudulent naturalizatlon papers.
"Wnrrants wlll not be obtalned for all
tho alleged lllegal voters. That has been
found to bo physloally Imposs-iblo, because
the courts have not tlmo to Issuo tho war
rants beforo to-morrow, and' becauso tho
Stat/i c-octlons bureau has run out of
Where no warrants are Issued in ad?
vance the deputies wlll bo glven lists of
orders of arre?ts,. ai.d will tako into cus
tody every man namod on them who
Judgo Foster, Ih ohnrging tho grand
jury to-day, adviscd lts members to be
very careful ln handling polltlcal cases,
saylng: '? * H ?"??" >??"? ?
"Det us ha.vo no l-ndlctmonls whatever
for tlio puriTose of-glvfrig polltlcal advan
tngo to any party. You aro not hero for
that purposo." *
Wlth good weather promiscd, to-nlght's
Indlcations are that tho voto enst to
morrow wlll' bo- tho hoaviest ever known
in New York olty, and perhaps through?
out tho Stnte.
Interw-t is at tho'hlghest pltch known
In rec?nt years, and evldence of J-hls Is
shown ln a.rrangoments made by the Now
York Central Railroad Company to havo
returns furnlshed to-morrow evenlng to
nll Its through trains nt such points ns
Now York. Albany, Utioa, Syracuso, Ro
chester, Buffalo, Nlagara Falls, Cleveland
Governor Odell, chalrman of, the Repub?
lican Stato Committee, to-dny expressed
hls absolute coiifldenco that the Repub?
llcans would carry Now York State.
Asked as to how far Hlggins would run
behlnd Roosevelt, he sald thirty or forty
"Will tho natlonal tlcket havo enough
votes to pull Hlggins through?" the Gov
ornor was asked, , e
"Oh, yos," he respoiided, "wo wlll havo
margln enough. Murphy (reforrlng to the
leader of Tammnny) wlll havo to carry
Greater New York by moro than 110,000
ln order to beat us.'1
The Governor followed thls rerhark wlth
a statement that he dld not know
whether he should mako thnt assertion,
because he had not been givliiR flgures,
and dld* not llko to glvo figures on ques?
tions of thls kind, but he afterwarcj as
scrted that hls statement that the Demo
ernts would hnvo to carry Groater ^aw
York by morothun 140,000 was warranted.
??*" As to Indiana.
(Bv Assoelnlod Press;.)
INDIANAPOI-I8, IND., Nov. 7.?TTnrry
S, New. who Is In charge or the Republi?
can headquarters at Chlcngo, rotumed
homo to-dny to voto. To-nlght ho sald:
"I honestly ellevo that wa ahall carry
Indiana by a plurnllty whlch will equal, If
not surpnss, thnt of 1900.
"Wo will elect tho ontlro Republican
fitute tlcket nnd enrry both hranches of
tho State leglslature,
"I think thnt Rocisevolt wlll havo not
fewer than 133 votes ln tho electoral col?
lego, and I ahnll not bo surprlsed If ho
gets 320. Ile surely wlll carry ConnecU?
cut und New Jnrsey. Chalrman Cortelyou
has left Nevada out of hls calctilatlons as
a Republican State, bu1 ', nm convlnced
that Roosevelt wlll oo: y~."
It Favors Roosevelt, But Demo?
crats Pi-ove Game.
(By Assoclated Press.)
CHICAGO, Nos', 7,?Bottlng on tho r>"
sult of tho eiection was falrly brlsk to
nlght around somo nf tho largo down
iok'ii hotcls. Tho largest*'wngor tif the
evonlng wus mad,; by a number of oBnrd.
of-Trado members against Jnmes O'Leary,
u bookmaker, tho brokc-rs offerlng $50,000
on Roosevelt against $7,000 on Parker,
If, W. Dryer, of Nf w Vork, made U hot
of $5,000 to $1,000 oii Roosevelt. Tho
name of the laker of the Parker end of
the b'-t has nol been learned. 'J'heso were
Iho largest bct_ niadn durlng tho evon?
lng, but many iimiiller oiich were inatlo,
tho prevalllng odds belng on Roosevelt
at 5 to 1. Thero wero a number'of whg
ei_ mado "ii th,.- result In New York at
_ lo I that lt would go Republican for
BANK ON CORNWELL,
West Virginia Democrats Claim
His Eiection Sure.
rny A??*.clai.d pj_ML) i _ ??
.VIIKI-LIN'J, W. VA., Nov. < 7.~The
l/f-mo'-r.it. to-uh-ht iT'lnln ull thelr isoji
lld.nce. ouneojolly ln tbo cUctlln pf Corn
well for ijcvernoi-. The followlng statt-.
m.nt r/ei r?e_lv*4 to-nlght from Hon,
H n. Oxley, |n Clwg- of the Democratlc
|Hudqi4art#ri at Clutrleston:
"Th. entirt Republican county orjjanl*
Wo'vo been mnklng clothea
to mensuro for 25 years. Wa've
soen a groat mnny competltors
fade nwny, whllo wo'vo grown
greater every year, Wo've grown
because our values have grown.
Our $20 and?$25 Suits nnd Over
eoats havo tho rlpeness of many
SUITS TO MEASURE
From $18.00 ^
CLUETT & CO.,
Custom Tnlloiing Only,
- 713 B. Mnln Street.
M. SALOMONSKY, Mgr.
Economy Combtned Wlth Ex
zsilAon of Kanawhn county has practl?
cally dlsbandod becnuse of the manlfcst
and outspoken opposltlon to Dawson ?nd
lils tax laws. T,he county lg able to glvo
JJO0O mevjorhy o<fi.lnst the Stato nml
county Republlcan tlckcti. Kanawhn wlll
send flve nntl-Dawson men to tho Houso
of Dolegatos, an nntl-Dawson Stnto Sona
tor, and wlll givo Cornwoll at least throe
'I'ho normal Republlcan majority ln
Kanawha Is between 2.0M and 2,500.
Ex-Scnator H. G. Davis, to-nlght ex
pi'i-ssed a groat don] of eonnclence ln tho
result of tho campnigii, whlch ls Just end
ed. It ls stated by thoso vciiy oloso to
tho candldate, that ho Is now moro conft
dent of vlctory thnn at any prnvloue
tlme durflng tho campaign. To-dny waa,
ns usual, a busy ono. nvnny tolegrams
nnd communlcatlons from nll parts of
t.ho country bolng received and answered.
Thls afternoon -Mr. D.-ivIr took hls cus
tomary brlsk walk over hls farm and re
timnod apparontly In tho most vlgorous
hoalth and tho ibost of splrlts,
(Siicclnl to Tho TluiPR-Plspnteli.)
BALTIMORE, MD., Novomber 7.?
Chairman Vandlver, of he Democratlc
Stato Commlttee, to-dny repentcd hls
claim that Maryland wlll go Democratlc
by 16,000 majority, nnd thait tho Demo?
crats wlll certalnly elect four and prob
obly Eivo of the six congressmon. At Re?
publlcan headquarters, Chairman I-Ianna
snl(i that flnal Voports received to-dny
from a number of countles were hlghly
oncouraglng and Indlcnted thnt there Is
a strong chanco of a majority for Roose?
velt and Falrbnnks. The rnahascr'j of
both partles ^oro confldont thnt an un
usually full vote wlll be polled.
(By Assoelnted Vrem. 1 j
TRBNTON, N. J., November 7.?The
New Jersey polltlcal campaign which
closed to-day was tho most nggresslve
slnce 1802. Republicans aro confident of
enrrying tho State for Roosevelt by from
a',000 to 40.000. Tho Democraits are clnlm
ing that Parker will have a small plu?
rallty, but surface- indlcations do not
seem to warrant thls claim.
South Dakota. '
(By Assoclated Press.)
SIOTJX FAI.LS, S. ?>:'; Nov. 7.?Chair?
man Frank Cranc, of the Republlcan
Stnto Commlttee, to-nlght gave out a
statoment that If a full voto ls east to
niorrow Roosovolt wlll securo a plurallty
of 50,000. Chairman Martin, of tho Dem?
ocratic Stato Commlltce, lnslsted that
35,000 plurallty for Roosevelt was too
(By Assoclatod Press.)
NASHVILLE, TENN., Nov. 7.?Tho
voto ln Tennessee to-morrow wlll not bo
large, Accordlng to Indlcations -the total
voto wlll not c-xceed that of four years
ago, which wns 271,000; that belng 50,000
short of tho voto ln 1806. ?
Conservntlve estlmatos placed the ma?
jority for .Parkcr's eloctors at 25,000.
James B. Frazlor. Democratic candldate
for Governor, lt ls cstlmated, wlll havo
a majority of 20,000. In n statement to
nlght, tho chairman of the Stato Popu
list Coninilttco cluiins that Watson will
receive 20,000 votes In Tennessee.
Tho Populists havo no Stato tlcket.
(By Assoclated Press.)
WIJL-MINGTON, DEL., Novomber 7.?
Tho campaign just closed ln -Delawnro
was ono of the most complleated ln tho
polltlcal hlstory of tho Stato. Both Iho
Democrats and tho Republicans clnlm
thoy wlll carry the llttle Stato for tholr
rcspectlvo national and Stnto tlckets, but
indlcations to-nlght point to Republloun
success by tho majorltles under thoso
of four yenrs ngo.
Tho Addlcks and antl-Addicks Ropub
Jloans, who had separnto tlckets ln the
fleld, but wlio agreed upon a compromiso
list of cniidldntes, fully oxpoot to elect
thelr tlcket, wlilch ,1s headed by Preston
Lea for Governor. Dr. Joseph H.
Chandler, tho gubernatorinl nomlneo, of
tho antl-Addlcks factlon who refused''to
wlthdraw in favor of Iho compromiso
tlcket, ls running ludepcndently. Becauso.
of thls defoetlon, Democrats. feel they
hnvo a chanco of wlnnlng tho governor
(By Asuoelatcd Press.)
JACKSON, MISS., Novmber 7.?Tho
nlght beforo tho battle flnds iho Stuto of
MlsslsVippI onlin. It Is gouoi'nliy cbncedod'
thnt the Stnto 'wlll go .ovorwhelihlngly
for tho ? Democratlc tickot.. Tlio pnrty
mnnugers clnlm thut 'thoro wlll be nn
Incrensed voto thls yenr over thnt of
elght Hiul four yeiirs ngo, Thero wlll bo
no ehango lu the eongrcwlonal rlolegiitlon
from thls Stuto, There uro four elec?
toral tlekel.M in tho fleU'l?Democmilc,
vRppiinHcan, Populists und Soeiullsis. Tlio
niajorltv for Parker nml Iiiivln v.'lll bo
between forty nnd flfty thousand.
Georgia All Righ't.
(Hy Assoclutod Press.)
ATLANTA. H.\., Nov. 7,?The nlght
before election shows no niuterlal change
wlll suvc tho dyspeptic from mnny
days of mlsMry, and cnahlo hlm to enfc
whalcvcr ho wiihes. Ttacy provent
cause the food tonsslmllate and nour?
Isli the body, glve heen oppetlto,
and solld niusclc. , Ulcgantly sugar
from tho polltlcal condltions herotofore
existlng ln Georgla; Democratlc leadera
belleve tho total voto of tho Stato may
go to 125,000. Tlie negro fcnd Popullst,
roglntration has beon large. lt is bo.
lleved thnt tho Popullst vote wlll bo enst
largcly for Republlcan coiigresslonnl enn.
dldntes. It Is not bclloved, however, thnt
tho result wlll bo other than the usual
- . ? |
South Carolina. '
(By Assoclated Press.)
CHARLESTON, S. C, Nov. 7?Bxoept
for tho Interest In national polltlcs, the
olectlon to-morrow In South Carolina
would be featurcless. Democratlc oleo
tors, congressmen and Stato offlcofs
wlll be elected ns usual, by nn over
whelmlngr . mnjorlty. In sevoral con
gresBlonnl dlstrlcts tho Democratlo nom
Inees wlll bo opposed, but tho Republlcan
voto In tho Slalo ls not largo enough to
cause any. approhcnslon.
(By Assoclated Press.)
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 7.?L'oulslnna
wlll glve tho Parltfr eloctors afi ovbr
whelmlng mnjorlty and oloct seven Dcm
ocrntlc congrcssmon to-morrow. Repub
llcan opposltlon ln tho congresstonnl dls?
trlcts ls mcrely formed. Tho wonthcr
promlscs to bo fnlr and tho voto llght,
except In tho clty of New Orleans, whore
a florco munlclpnl contest ls In progrcss.
Tho Stato wlll voto on a constltutlonnl
nmendmc-nt to Issuo $1,000,000 bonds lo
bulld school houses.
(By Assoclntcd Press.)
MILWAUKEIC, WIS., Nov. 7.?Wlscon?
sln Republicans claim that tho Roose?
velt and Falrbnnks electors wlll carry
tho Stnto by a plurallty rnnging botween
50.000 nnd 75,000.
Chairman W. D. Connor, of tho Repub?
llcan Stnto Centrnl Commlttoo, clalms thnt
Governor Lafoltette wlll have 75,000 put
arllty, and the Democratlo Stato chnlr
mnn, A. F. Warden, clalms George W.
Peck wlll bo olocted* governor by 25,000
plurallty and that Une Domoornts wlll
control the Leglslaturo.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK., Novomber 7.?
Inctlcatlons to-nlght are tor a largo vote
to-morrow. Tho Domocrotlo managers
clnlm not less than 50,000 plurallty. The
RepublScan county commllteca are muk
Ing efforts to get out thelr full party
NEW HAVEN, CONN., November 7.?
Cnhlrman Wnlsh, of tho Democratlo State
Central Commlttee, said to-nlght: * Wo
havo won Connecticut by a great cam?
paign and both Parker nnd Robertson
wlll carry the Stato by slgnlflcant majorl
At tho Republlcan hendouartors Chalr
nkn Kennly said: "I am moro ortaln to
nlght thnn at any timo durlng the cam?
paign that Roosevelt wlll arry Conne
tlut by not less than -15,000 mnjorlty, and
I would not be surprised to seo 20,000
postcd as tho flgures."
LOUISVILLE, KT., November 7.?Ro
publlans and Democrnts agrce that ln tho
Thlrd, Flfth and Nlnth Congrcsslonal Dls?
trlcts tho contests wlll bo close. ln
thoso dlstrlcts the flght has been wnged
desperately, but tho Domocrats to-nlght,
snld that they would Iho vlctorlous. The
Democratlc State Commlttee expeotB a
heavy Democratlc voto from the Flrst.
Second, Flfth, Sixth and Seventh Dls?
trlcts. On the other hand. the Republi?
cans look to tho Eleventh to glve an
overwhelmlng plurnllty for Roosevelt
ST I/OTHS, November 7.?On the eve of
election thp Republlcan State Commlttee
clalms a.plurallty of not less than 20,000
in tho State.
At the Decmocratlc Stnto headnunrtors
a statement wns issued estimatlng a
eubernatorlal plurallty of not less than
(By Assoclated Press.)
JACKSONVTLLE, FLA., Nov. 7.?The
offlclal. hnllots havo boen prepared nnd
turned over to the lnspcctors and nll Is
now ready for the vote to-morrow. In
some of the countles the nnmes have not
beon put on the ballot ln alphabotlcal
It now looks ns If tho Populists wlll
poll a larger voto than has been hereto
foro expectod, but there Is no doubt that
tho Democrats In nll countles wlll elect
nll thelr candldntes except that Fuslon
(Ponple's) party and Republlcan party
and Republlcan candldtes mny bo elected
to tho Leglslture from threo countles
nnd lt ls posslble thnt the Republicans
mny olect a Stato superintendent of pub?
(By Assoclnl.cd Press.)
DNV.ER. COLO., Nov. 7.?Desplto Uie
tenso foellng rcsnltlng from tho sharp
contest over the governorshlp, Indlcations
point to a peneeful election throughout
the State wllh tho posslble. exceptlon of
Toller county, where Ropubllcans nnd
Democrnts nccuse ench othor of provok
Ing trouble. Nelther slde hns modillcd
lts olnlms of n swecplng vlctory.-.hut Bo.
publlcans aud Democrats nliko. ag.reo thnt
Roosevelt nnd Falrbnnks wlll get many
more votes than old Republlcan candl?
(By A-ssoclnted Press.)
MINNfCAPOLIS, AI1NN., Nov. 7.?Tliere
seems to lie llttle doubt nnywhere but
thnt tho Nn'tlonnl Republlcan tlcket wlll
bo vlclorlnus wlth tlm usual Minnesota
plurallty. Tho Democrnts, however. clnlm
a plurnllty of 20,000 for their guberna
(Bv Assoelnted Press. l
PROVIDENCK, R. 1? Nov. 7.--A plu?
rallty of 1.0.000. u decrease of '11.000 from
MoKlnley's plurnllty, ls eonllilently ex?
pected bv Rhodn Island Republicans for
Roosevelt, though tho Demoornts llguio
ou a Hinull plurallty for Parker,
ifiiieoliil li Tho Tlini'?-Pl?mnteh.^
RENO,'NEVADA, NoveniUcr 7.?The pn
ililciii campaign whlch closecl to-nlght
hns heen conducted wllh inuoh vlgor hy
hoih ol' tho leu'dlngf partles, nnd locnl
rt'fcHcnaloris hnvo udded Interest to thn
contest. lt ls geuernlly ccmc-eded fhut
tlm result. so fur ns the nresldentlnl eleo
tors ls c'om:i'i'ned, Is ln doubt.
CSpndnl to Tho Tliiicu-Dlnpalnh.)
AUSTIN, TMXAS. November 7.?Tho
Domoer.its nlinoiuico to-nlght thut they
'oxppol to hnvo n rnprorontitttvo vote to
nioiTow. There ln no funnldahle opjui.
Kltlpn to tho Stnto Deniocrntlo tlcket.
Parker's plurallty probably wlll bo, near
that given liryun four yeurt: ugo,
(By Assoclaled Press.)
CINCINNATI, 0? Nov, 7.r~On the eva
of elecitlnna, Republicans nre eonlldpnt
lhat thelr organlnatlon In Ohlo wlll se?
cure unusunl results, even oxoeodlng plu
rnlltles In whnt were prevlously cauod
"McKinJey years,*'. Whlle the Demo.
crats have no such organlisatlon ns thelr
opponents, tliey say that there fc*s been
GOWAN'S PNEUMONIA CURE
Cures When All Else Fails
lt is the only Known,
rolinble specifle for
In hundred** of deaporato ensop of Pnnu
inonln whero all othor remedlos failed and
ph.vslcians jinve up hope, Gowan's I'nnii
monln Curo hns cured-?absolutoly, rpilrkly. pernimninlly. It, in ap*
plled oxternallr, glvns ImmedlMo-rellef, niln.vs fovor nnd sonUors
congestlMi. Alao cures cnughs, oolds.'soro throntetc
Sold by Drugglnta, 51.OO a Bottl*.
Mr. t.. W. Batnes, proprletor of Barnes Clolhlnrr Store, Hmdermn, N. C, sayil
"Latt wlnter my daughter suffered with n ?evere nttnek of Pniumnnl-. We obtalned
Oowan'a Pneumor.la Cure and used It freeiy wllh bcncflclal results f tam the flrst appll
calion. lt ellected a perfect cure,"
If your druffg'lil cannot ?upply you, wrl'n .o
Gowan Medical Co., Durham
durlng tho post two or throa days "a
whlrlwlnd ln their favor," tha-t JiiBllflcs
thelr nntlclpallon of a landslldo that
mlght mnko tho Stato closo and onoblo
the Domocrats to galn threo or four Oliio
oongressmcn. Thoy say that tho voto
hns not beon out as fully for yenrs ns
they oxpoct It to bo to-morrow.
(By Assoclated Presa.)
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 7.?Pennsylva?
nia to-morrow wlll glve tho usual large
plurality for tho Republican nntlonal nnd
Stato tickets. Tho Republican Managers
hopo for a plurnllly of from 300.000 to
325,000. Tho DomocrntB glve no tlgures,
but' asort tho Republican cstlmatcs aro
(Hy Aanoclnted Pross.)
MON.TGOMERY, ADA? November- 7i?
Parker's plurality In Alabama wlll do
pend upon the total vote,, as there ls no
serlous opposltion to the Democratlc elec?
toral tlcket. The Republlcans hopo to
Incrcaj-e thelr total voto.to 30,000. Wat?
son wlll get compnrntivcly few votca
Parker's majority wlll probably oxceed
7r.,0O0, and all .the nino congressmen wlll
(By Assoclotr-d Prcsa.)
BUTTE, MONT., November 7.?Domo?
crats anj Republlcans nllke profess tho
grentest-.confldent In tho ablllty of thelr
respectlvo parties to carry Montana.
. In SUvcrbow county ' Ropubllcnns
and Democrats are charglng whole?
sale reglstratlon frauds, tho Republlcans
having Issued moro than 1,000 challenges
for to-morrow. Sherlff Qulnn Bworo in
500 deputles for servlce and the Republl?
cans nnd Domocrats togothor havo had
flve hundred moro speclal deputles sworn
lir to Iook after thelr Intorests,
fltr As.oelatfd Press.)
DE3 MOINES. IOWA, November ,.
R-epuWlcans aro increaslng thelr estl
rr.ato of Roosevelt's plurality ln Iowa In?
stead of cuttlng It down on the eve of
eiection day. Chalrman R. H. Spcnco,
ot the Rcpublcan Stato Committee, to
dny declared that the Republican tlcket
would havo a plurality of at least 125,
CO0 instead of '-1,000 as had been estl
matcd. The Democrats stlll lnslst that
tho plurality will not bo moro thnn 60,
000. In the Second. Dlstrlct the Demo?
crats nro making a desperate flgnt to
savo tho only Democratlc congressman
In Iowa. Whllo tlio result wlll bo close
chances favor tho re-olection of Judge
M. J. Wade, Dcmocrat.
(By Assoclated Press.)
TOPBKA, KAN., November 7.?It Is
generally conceded that Kansa_> wlll bo
carried by Roosevelt, tho Democrats mak?
ing no claim regordlng tho natlonal
ticket. Tho Republican campalgn man?
agers say" they wlll carry tlio Stato for
Roosovelt by 100,000 plurality and for the
State tlcket by 70,000. Tho Democrats
say they wlll elcot tho Stato treasuro
by a plurality of 50,000 and Governor by
(Hy A_*_ncl-ted'P-ewO _ .
SAN FRANCISCO, November 7.-Tho
Republican State Central Committee says
the eiection wlll result ln a plurality of
from 155,000 to 100,000 ln California for
Roosevelt and Fairbanks.
Tho sPemocratlc Central Commltteo
says that California wlll go for Parker
and Davls 'by 5,000, and that flvo Dem?
ocratlc congressmen will bo eleeted.
(Ht AHKoelnter] Press.)
PORTLAND, ORE., November 7.?Dem
ocrats inslst that tho Republican pluraJi
tv ln Oregon wlll not oxceed 2*,O(>0, but
at tho headquarters of the Republican
party to-nlght lt was nsserted that Roose?
velt would carry tho Stato by a plurnllly
(Hr Assnclntcd Press.)
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, November
7,-That Roosevelt wlll carry Utah ls
ronceded. Democratlc Chalrman llarger
clnlm.. the eleotlon of the State tlcket
congressman and a majority of the State
Leglslature. whlch wlll elodt n Unlted
States senator. Amorlcan party loaders
clalm 12,000 to 14,000 votes in Snlt Lako
county and tho eiection of thelr county
tlcket. Republican Slalo leaders relt
erato thelr clalm of a clean sweep.
Mi-v Awoelaleil P.-es*.) (
BOISE, IDAHO, November 7.?Idaho
Ropubllc'an nianagors clalm u plurnllly of
15,000 for Roosevelt. The Democrats,
while' -oucedlnir the. olnlni of a Rooso?
velt victory, put tho plurality at a much
s/nuller.fJguro. Tho JMormon voto ls tho
pruhlenVa'tlcal fonturo of the situatlon.
(Hv AsHoelalod Press.)
GRAND KOHKS, N. D., November 7.
North Dnltota will ho strongly Republican
on nationul and Stato Issues.
BOSTON, Novo'mber 7.-U is upon tho
voto for Governor und upon tlie cholce
Of. wngraoeiiien lii* varlous dlstrlcts thnt
th" olalin-i i.f Massuehusr-tts Repuhllcun.'
und Democrats aro ln coiilllet, tlm huccosb
of tho Roosevelt olentors belng eonceiled
by tho Pennicrnt.-*. Tho Dnmooratu clalm
thr oloctlon ol Wllllam L. Douglass, u.in
dldntc- for Governor, and they wlll be dls
appolnteddf thls, not belng ..chioved. Gov?
ernor Hatos'H plurality ls not reduced to
a small rm.rfflll. Tlio rtepuhlienn leaders
jiivillet Governor Uates's i*e-i-locllon by
tho custoniary htrgu plurality.
TliQllsuul Roptihllcnn pltiralllles nro nn*
tlclpated ln Malne, New llampalilro and
LINOOLN, NEB.. Nov?imber 7.--Tho
campalgn ln Nehra.skn elosod to-nlght
wlth meetings nll over tho S'-nto. The
Vfito promlne.8. to bo heavy, and Roose
vblt'a plurality, Republlcans nay, wlll not
'be far from .n.OOO. .
Speaklng for the State and leglglRtive
tlckets. Chairman Webcr, of tho Fusion
"Tho Fuslonlsts wlll carry tho Stato for
Borgo for Governor beyond a doubt. In*
dicatlons are that tho Leglslaturo wlll be
DUJTROIT, M1C1I., Novomber 7.?The
nlght before election flnds tho Stato Cen?
tral Cornmlttoo of both the Democratlo
nnd Republlchn partles In Mlehlgnn ex
pr&sslng conflldonco that to-morrow's con?
test wlll result ln tho olcctlon of .thelr
Stato tlcket. Roosevelt nnd Falrbnnks
wlll carry tho Stnto beyond^doubt, lt ls
(By AKRoclnt-d TroM.)
W1IEELING, W. VA., Nov. 7.?To
nlght Chairman MoKlnrity, of tho Demo?
cratlc Stato Central Commlsslon, mado
hls flnnl prediction on tho outcomo of tho
election. Ho forcensis Cornwcll's eloc
tlon to tho govornorshlp by a large ma?
jority, tho success of tho nntlonal tickot
no a closer margln, a Democratlc mn?
jorlty ln tho Houso of Delogatcs and the
election of threo of tho flvo congrcssmou.
Claims as,.to Wyoming.
(By Assoclatod Press.) ,
CHEVENNE. WY0.. Nov. 7.?Although
tho Democratlc leaders confldently expoct
to mako gnln ovor tho vote of four yoars
ago and two years, it is admitted by well
informed polltlcal observei-s that Roose?
velt and Falrbnnks electors wlll run
ahend of tho'othcr Republlcan candld&tca
and wlll be elected.
CLAIMS OF BOTH.
Republicans and Democrats Say
They Will Carry State of Ulinois.
(By Assoclated Press.) '
ClircAGO, November 7.?Republicans
?fty that they wlll carry llllnols by any
whero from 125,000 to 110,000, whllo Domo?
crats say that they wlll reduco tho Re?
publlcan.. plurallty of four years ngo.
That ls'the substance of ull put forth
by boili sides on tho nlght before elec?
tion ln Chlcago nnd Cook county, tho
calms of both partles are dlamotrlcally
opposed. Each pnrty assorts that It will
carry tho clty of Chlcago and tho county
of Cook. outsldo of tho clty by 30.000 lo
50,000. It Is stated by tho Republicans
that Chnrles S. Deneeii, Republlcan can
clidato for Governor, wlll' mako a ro
markable run ln Chlcago. Tho Democrats
-mako no spcclflc clnlm In flgures for
thelr gubernntorlal candldate, Lnwrcnco
B. Strlnger, but say that he wlll make
a strong run.
PRESIDENT TO VOTE.
Leaves Washington for Oyster
Bay in Fine Spirits.
(By Associnteil Press.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. November 7.?
Prpsldent Roosevelt left Wnshlngton at
balf-pnst 12 o'clock to-nlght for hls homo
at Oyster Bay. L. I., to cas^ hls vote nt
to-morrow'p election. Tho party occupled
a speclnl car attnehod to tho regular mid?
night cxpress on tho Pennsylvanla Rail?
Tho Presldent nppenred to be ln excel?
lent health nn dspirlts durlng tho evenlng,
and If the prospectlvo ovents of' tho mor
row were maklng any imprcsslon. on hlm
there wns no outv/nrd mnnlfestatlon of it.
When he nllghtofl rrom hls cnrrlage ho
shook hands and sal dgood-byo to hls
coachmnn nnd footmnn, and then passed
on hurrlfidly to tho cnr, llftlng hls hnt
nnd srhlllns to tho peoplo congregntcd
nbnut the station.
Aftor cTstlng hls vote nt Oyster Bay
the Prcsldent wlll lmmediately return to
Waahlngton. W* ls scheduled to reach
hore shortly after 0 o'clock to-morrow
May Elect Turner.
niy Aiiiioefated TYosh.)
SEATTLE WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.?
T.ho campaigri closos ln Washington wlth
the State vHrtually conccdcd to Roosevelt,
bv from 26,000 lo 30,000. Tho Democrats,
hbwovr-r, nro confldont that Turner wlll
bo iileutcd Governor,
VIRGINIA CONFERENCE M. E.
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