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Civility in England.
The American who comes here for the
first time Is always amazed at two thine*
the civility with which the policeman
wields his enormous power In the regula
tion of the trainc and the civility of the
servant. The ultra-democratic call th*»
latter servility; but they like it all the
same. One of the things we regret In
common with all Englishman* who travel
Is the gradual extinction of those "Rood'
old hostelrles of the country towns " They
are still to be found, and are cherished
by those who know; bat tho times have
changed, and the old-fashioned style of
hostelry, where good cheer and a hearty
welcome can be reckoned upon, possiblv
does not pay.— London Express.
John Sabine Smith.
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.— John Sabine
Smith, the lawyer and ex-president of th«
Republican County Committee, died at his
residence here to-day, aged 58.
Norton Burned to Death.
GEORGETOWN. Ky., Nov. 6.— James A.
Norton, who was one of the Jurymen In
the Youtsey trial, was burned to death In
prison at Sadlevllle last night, in which he
had been put on a charge of drunkenness
TIES AT SAN BAPAEI*
Howitt, With a Handicap of
Four, Finish Even:
B. J. I>avis, Scratch, and Dr. EL *O.
SAN RAFAEL, -Nov. 6.— A large at
tendancq of fashionable people was pres
ent at the San Rafael golf links this after
noon to witness the final day's play In
the 'best hole handicap," which began on
The rules governing the contest were
somewhat unusual for this coast and
added Interest to the, close and exciting
game. Any number of circuits of the
links \ was allowed to each player, and
when he or she thought they had done
their very best the lowest scores made
for each hole were added together to
make the final score of the game.
The handicaps were given with such
excellent Judgment that In the men's con
test a tie wtween R. J. Davis, a scratch
man, and Dr. II. O. Howitt with 4 han
dicap was the final result. These two
gentlemen showed excellent form and the
driving of Mr. Davis, though a little wild,
was the feature of the day'% plav. Dr
Howitt played with perfect steadiness
and his coolness at critical moments
largely accounted for his excellent score.
A. A. Curtis. Major Charles Chrisensen
and S. G. Buckbee, the first two with 7
and Buckbee with 4 handicap, finished tie
forthe second place. They all made the
excellent scores of 44 and marked them
etlves as "dangerous"; for the comine
tournaments. i ¦.,¦;
Governor May Die.
MONTGOMERY. Ala., Nov. 6.— News
from Op«llka lust received Is that Gover
nor-elect Sanford le very low, with but
little hopes of recovery.
your election. I thank you for your very
courteous and honorable campaign that
you made against me."
Tyrrell Elected Senator.
GRASS VALLEY, 14ov. 6.— John R. Tyr
rell (Rep.) is elected Ttate Senator by 1100
majority and Rutherford (Rep.) to the
Assembly by 300.
COIiUBES WITH STEAMER.
Struck by Bark.
Empress of Japan Damaged by Being
VICTORIA. B. C, Nov. 6.— The railing
ship Abbey Palmer, which capsized and
sunk In San Frandrco harbor some years
ago and which has been trading in the
Pacific under her new name since as an
American steel bark, was in collision with
the Empress of Japan, one of the three
Canadian Pacific "Railroad's lmers, off the
entrance to the straits early this morn
The Empress, which sailed from here
last night for the Orient, returned to
night for repairs in consequence of the
Occident. Sho had her bridge and part of
her bulwarks damaged and several plates
bent on tho port side. The bark was said
to have had her bowsprit carried away
and her stem, broken, but whether injured
otherwise was not learned by those on the
Empress. She was seen to square away,
and taking advantage of the breeze pre
vailing sailed up for the entrance of the
The collision occurred in the darkness
of the early morning. The Empress was
bound out at a good pace when the bark
loomed up In the- darkness and with
scarcely time for a warning cry crashed
Into the steamer. The lookout man on
tho bark was thrown on to the Empress
and fell on the cover of one of the life
boats. He was uninjured and was brought
in by the liner. The Empress will have
to go into the drydock for repairs after
her cargo has been discharged.
The Abbey Palmer was bound Into the
Sound, light, from Honolulu.
BEAIi ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Mary Craumer to Bella Rohrhand (wife of
Charles W.), lot on NE corner of Bush and
Laguna Btreets. E 82:6 bjr N 22:11; *10.
Julius D. Obrock to Joseph W . and bmma C.
Roe, lot on E line of Pierc© street. 100 S of El
lis. S 30 by E 90; $10.
James J. Thomas to Statla A. Thomas, un
divided 1-3 of following: Lot on E lino of
Lyon street, 125 N of Golden Gate avenue, X
25 by E 187:6, 8 12:6, W 15:7%, S 12:6. W
12l:10V6: also lot on E line of Lyon street. 150
N of Golden Gate avenue. N 25 by E 137:6; $10.
Thomas H. Day to John F. Bent, lot on W
line of Wlllard street, 100 S of Golden Gate
avenue, B 25 by W 85:2; $500. »
Annie B. Howe to James E. Bell and A. D.
Harrison, lot on SW line of Ninth street, 150
NW of Bryant. NW 25 by SW 100; *3M0.
Albion S. Perley to Matilda H. Perley. lot on
W line of Dolores street, 295:3*; N of Six
teenth. N 30. SW 293:1, S 30. XE 292; gift.
Esther Sobey (wife of E. G.) to President
and Board of Trustees of Pacific Theological
Seminary, lot on B line of Chattanooga. 260 N
of Twenty-second, N 26 by E 125; $2100.
Ida A. Mecredy (wife of Frederick A.) to
"William Tegeler. lot on W line of Churchstreet,
72 S of Dorland, W 49:6, S 88, £ 65:7, N 37:6;
Patrick Bhort to Edward P.. Joseph F., Mary
K. and Emma P. Short, lot on X line of
Geary street, 137:6 W of Powell. W 27:6 by X
Edward P. Short to Mary K. and Emma P.
Short, undivided V* of same; gift.
Joseph F. Short to game, all same; gift.
Emily Arnold to Isaac F. Kydd, lot on X
line of Delgado place, 62:6 E of Hyde, E 25 by
N 50; $10.
Vanderlynn Stow, Albert M. Drown and
William F. Herrln (trustees estate of W. W.
Stow) to Walter H. Llnforth, lot on SW cor
ner of California and Leavenworth streets, "W
20 by S 57:6, quitclaim deed; $25.
Mary V. and Frank S. Malone to Emlle
Boesch, lot on NW line of Minna street, 74 NB
Of Second, XE 22 by NW 60: $3500.
Jeremiah Collins to Patrick M. Collins, lot
on X line of Minna street, 103 XE of Eighth,
NE 20 by NW 80; $2.
Catherine Fagan to James F. Martin, lot on
SE line of Natoma street, 100 XE of Ninth,
XE 25 by SE 75: gift.
Thomas W., Katherlne A., Christopher C.
and Lily A. Rivers to Henry L. and Charlotte
Kummer, lot on E line of Utah street. 150 8
of nineteenth (Butte), S 25 by E 100; $10.
John Center to Richard O'Neill, lot on SB
corner of Sixteenth (Center) and Vermont
streets, E 50 by S 100: $10.
John E.' and Margaret C. Hill to Joseph
Duff lot on X line of Twenty-fifth (Tolo)
street, 50 "W of Mississippi, W 25 by N 100; $10.
George F. Lyon to John C. Hayes, lot on W
line of Mississippi street, 175 X of Twenty-fifth
(Yolo), N 25 by "W 100; $10.
Baker & Hamilton (a corporation) to John
E. Shoemaker, lot on B line of Clement street,
100 W of First avenue. W 7:6 by S 75; $375.
Jens AmSeruen to Solomon Getz, lot on X
line of J street, 32:6 W of Eleventh avenue.
W 25 by N 100; also lot on W line of Eleventh
avenue, 150 X of J street. X 25 by "W 120: also
lot on TV line of Eleventh avenue, 250 8 of I
street, S 25 by W 120; $10.
Mary Bold (wife of Jacob H.) to Katie Bold
(wife of John L..). lot beginning at a point 180
NE from a point In center of old county road
from San Antonio to San Leandro at W corner
of lands of Ford by deed of October 31, 1859.
thence XE 125 feet, SW 3.95 chains. SW 125 feet,
NW 8.95 chains to beginning, subject to right
of way over & strip 25 feet wide along W line of
above portion of A. M. Peralta. San Antonio
rancho. Brooklyn Township; $10.
George Scott to Walter K. Davles. lot on NW
line of Wilson avenue, 193 NE or Vernon ave
nue. NW 145 by NE 65, lot 6. East Frultvale
Tract. Brooklyn Township: $250.
B. Kelsey to Delia Woodmansee, lot It. block
D, on corrected map of subdivided blocks D
and E, ' Champion Tract, Brooklyn Township,
quitclaim deed; $W.
James F. Morrisey to John A. and Alice M.
Hurley, lot on E line of Bay street, 31:3 S of
Eagle avenue, S 3i.:3 by E 125. being portton
of lots 10 and 11, block E. Taylor & Page Tract,
' John W. Jarvis to Annie A. Brewer (widow)
and Kate C. Lubben (wife of George T>.). lot on
S line of Pacific avenue-, 1S1 E of Webster
street, D 82 by S 153:9, portion of AughlnbaugJi
223- Acre Tract, Alameda; gift.
Kate McGowan to Joseph A. MeGowan, lot
on N line of Taylor avenue, 167 E of MePherson
street (now called Ninth street), E 60 by N
136:6, Alameda: $1500.
Joseph A. McGowan to Violet G. McGowan,
Thomas and Elizabeth Gllsenan to Annie M.
BrainarJ (wife of G. I*), lot on E line of
Grove street. 90 S of Parker, S 40, E 139.65. N
39.90. W 176.62 to beginning, being lot 12. block
12. Shattuck Tract Man 4. Berkeley; $10.
S. S. and H. R. Quackenbush to Arretta X
Fell, lot on S line of Virginia street. 225 E of
lx» Roy avenue, F, 50 by 8 125. lot- 10, block IS.
Daley's Scenic Park. Berkeley; $10.
James H. and Lizzie S. N. Young to Ole Ole
sen T ", lot on W line of Laurel street, 160 S of
Clit;ton avenue, 8 40 by W 130, lot 9, block
BV Belvue Tract, Alameda ; $10.
Bertha Esche to. A. D. Wilson, lot on N cor
ner of Mather and Howe streets. NW 250 by
NE 200, being lots 3 to 6. block 2, Map of the
Howe Tract. Oakland; $l6.
Margaret A. Vogler (wife of John F,) to
Carrie L. Rowell (wife of Harry E.), lot on
N line of Auburn avenue (or Forty-seventh
street. 372 E of San Pablo avenue E 129:6 N
203. W 123:6 S 206 to bninnlncr. being a portion
of lot 3. Map of Cocseshall Tract, Oakland
SANTA ROSA. Nov. €.— It Is hard to
give definite reports of this county, but
the latest returns show that McKinley
has carried the county by at least 800
plurality. Coombs (Rep.) received about
600 majority over Farraher (Dem.). In
ii S1 ,^ leenth Assembly District Crom
well (Rep.) is elected by more than 400
majority over Connolly (Dem.). The
Seventeenth Assembly District is very
close, but the Indications are in favor ol
I^atlmer (Rep.) over Cowan (Dem.). Three
Supervisors are to be elected In the cou-i
ty and It now looks as If Hart (Dem.).
Olynn (Dem.) and Austin (Rep.) have
The city of Santa Rosa «gave McKinley
a majority of 34, Coombs '(Rep.) for Con
gress a majority of 55 over Farraher-
Cowan (Dem.) for the Assembly 52 ma
jority over Latimer (Rep.). Petalum*
City gave McKinley 107 majority, Coombs?
(Rep.) 101 majority and Cromwell (Rep.)
for the Assembly 205 majority. '
MODESTO, Nov. 6.-Nineteen out of
twenty-two precincts in Stanislaus
County give Bryan 180 majority; Crelgh
ton (D.) for Congress, 60 majority; Haley
(D.) for the Assembly, 82 majority. These
Democratic Supervisors are elected: W*
F. Coffee, J. W. Davison, M. A. Lewis
and A. E. Clarj'. The three precincts not
heard from will not materially change
NEWMAN. Nov. 6.— Newman precinct
gives Bryan 145: McKinley 119; Crichton
146; Needham 121; Haley "133; Scoon 103"
Clary. Supervisor. (D.) 220.
TUBA CITY, Nov. 6.— Returns from all
tut five precincts In the county show Re
publican gains. McKlnley's majority U
about 150. Woods, for Congress will get
about 100 majority, and Schillig, for the
Assembly, about the same. The Repub
licans elect two Supervisors.
RED BLUFF, Nov. 6.— Fourteen pre
clnts out of thirty-two heard from give
McKinley 814, Bryan 724. For Congress
man, Coombs (R.) CS7, Farrahar (D.) C57.
For the Legislature, Gans (R.) 8S9, Mc-
Glnnls (D.) 779.
WEAVERVILLE, Nov. 6. — Trinity
County complete gives' McKinley 21,
Coombs 54 and Gans (R.), for Assembly
man, 29 plurality.
VISALIA. Nov. 6.— The Democratic
Presidential Electors carried this county
by about 800 majority. For Congress.
Crichton (Dem* leads Needham (Rep.) by
400. For Assemblyman, Devinson (Dem.)
leads Cairns (Rep.) by 150. In the Third
District Moffett (Dem.) Is elected Super
visor by 100, and in the Second District
Twaddle (Dem.) is elected by 50.
SONORA, Nov. 6.— Nineteen precincts
out of thirty-one in Tuolumn© County,
Including Sonora and Columbia, give Mc-
Kinley 6P2. Bryan 815. For Congress,
Woods (R.) 637, Sproul fD.) 793. For the.
Assembly. Shafer (R.) 702, Ray (D.) 736.
The Republicans will elect three of the
VENTURA, Nov. 6.— Returns from
twenty-one precincts out of twenty-nine
at 11 o'clock give the following results:
For Elector, Shortridge (R.) leads Sea
well (D.) by 280; for Congress. McLach
lan (R.) leads Graves (D.) by 277; .for
State Senator, Greenwell (R.) wins over
Sheridan (D.) by G91; for Assemblyman,
Clark (R.) Is elected over Shepherd (D.)
by 352 majority. Thomas C. Gabbart (R.)
Is elected Supervisor In the Fifth Dis
trict; F. Hartman (D.) in the First Dis
trict; D. A. Smith (R.) has probably de
feated Ayers (D.) In the Thlro. District.
The prohibition ordinance In twenty-one
precincts carried by *522. Four years ago
this county grave McKinley 80 majority.
WOODLAND, Nov. 6.— It Is Impossible
to get reliable returns, but Bryan, and
Freeman, Democratic candidate for Con
gress, will have small majorities. The
Assembly flght Is very close, with the
chance^ In favor of Chiles (D.). The Re
publicans elect one Supervisor, Hopping
in the Fifth, and the Democrats elect
Snider In the First. The Fourth District
1? In doubt.
MARYSVILL.E. Nov. 6.-Slxteen pre
cincts out of .twenty-one give McKinley
878. Bryan 73S. Woods 738, Sproul 818, Schil
lig (R.) for Assemblyman 753, Stabler (D )
829. The five precincts to hear from will
probably swell McKlnley's majority to
200. A. C. Irvine is elected Supervisor over
J. Peiffer by 61 majority.
A highly Interesting and valuable series
of lectures on "Greek Art" (Mycenaean)
Is now being given at Berkeley Univer
sity by Professor Louis Dyer of Oxford,
The lecturer Is one. of the foremost au
thorities en Greek art and handles his
subject In lucid, direct and at the same
time exhaustive, fashion. The course is
divided into eight lectures, five of which —
"Introductory." "The Cretan Alphabet."
"Dr. Schllemann's Excavations." "Old
Gnossos" and "The Labyrinth of Minos*
— have already been given. The remain-
Ing subjects, which will be treated this
afternoon (Wednesday), to-morrow and
Friday afternoons at 4 o'clock are "Myce
naean Greek Art." "Mycenaean Lights on
Homer" arid "Mycenaeans In Egypt."
The annual autumn exhibition of the
Hopkins Institute of Art will open next
Wednesday evening, November 15, with a.
private view and reception to members.
Amedee Joullhi this week exhibits In one
of the local galleries a large Monterey
subject, with sandhills, blue sky and a
great broken pine for central Interest.
The sky lacks depth, shimmer— it seems
to be high noon time o* day— but there is
strong, good color In the picture and the
gnarled and twisted tree-giant has an al
most human air of desolation.
Thaddeus Welch has a small Marin
County sketch in town this week, with a
charming out-of-door atmosphere about
It. In the same gallery a clever portrait
sketch of a girl In a well-managed pink
gown, by illss Blanche Letcher. Is
Almost every day sees some new Im
provement In the color printing process,
and the most subtle and delicate effects
are being reproduced, by one method or
another, with an extraordinary fidelity.
There Is an Interesting opportunlty
for comparison between some old
and new color printing In one of
the galleries this week, where some
of the old English Newhouse prints
(about 1845). with others of the same pe
riod, a Cecil Aldln, modern English and
some Henry Rivieres, modern French,
are to be seen. The older prints have
gained tone with the years, and certainly
lost much of their initial crudeness, but
the work of to-day In the same direction
Is vastly superior. The Aldin Is a charm-
Ing old English subject, "The Tollgate,"
and Is on the Caldecott order. The French
prints, by Riviere, are by no means so
good from an artistic standpoint, though
a view of Paris under the snow seen from
the fretted roof of Notre Dame • has a
certain grotesque novel air that Is rather
ART AND ARTISTS.
SCHLECHT TALKS OP
THE ISTHMIAN CANAL
Says Two Years' Work Can Be Saved
by Accepting the Panama
NEW YORK. Nov. Schlecht
of the Nicaragua Canal Commission" was
a passenger on the steamship Finance,
which arrived from Colon to-da>.^ He > s
the last of the commission to return. Hia
headquarters on the isthmus were In the
G °i g have S b C e t en n on the isthmus seventeen
months," he said, "and have studied, both
of the proposed routes. The commission
studied both of them carefully, and in its
report will Impartially consider the merits
of each. Both routes have many advan
tages. Should the Panama route be
chosen two years' work will be saved.
Most of the obstacles In the way of build
ing the canal can be overcome by en
gineering skill. I do not believe the. Pan
ama people will finish the canal In years.
Its estimated cost Is $100,000,000. while the
company is spending only about 51.0w.OJ0
a year. The cost of the n«w canal will
be about $150,000,000."
Mr. Schlecht went to Washington soon
-<. Graves will not beat Mcl-achlan mop
han 200 at the outside, notwithstandlnj
hat the Spanish- American vote, which is
tepubllcan, went to him. John, the Re
ublican candidate for the Assembly, is
beyond doubt elected by 200 over Breck
ott, th» tusion candidate. Payne, the
Democratic candidate for Supervisor, Is
elected over Scott. Republican. In the
Third District by about 50. Smith, fu
sion, wins over Bean. Republican, in the
Fifth District, by about the same major
ity. Returns from sixteen precincts give
McKinley 21 majority. Graves, Democrat,
is ZU ahead of MeT-aehlan.
SAN JOSE. Nov. C— This city and Santa
Clara County rolled up the largest Re
publican majorities in their histories to
day. McKinley and Roosevelt will carry
the county by 2ii00 and possibly more.
Four years ago the Republicans carried
It by 1400. Every candidate on the Re
publican ticket Is elected, with the
possible exception of J. S. Tor
rence. Republican. for the As
sembly In the Fifty-fourth District, who
was defeated by Eli Wright, the Good
Government League candidate, who was
indorsed by the Democrats. This state
ment is given out by Dr. Southworth,
chairman of the Republican County Cen
The returns are coming In slowly and
most of the city will not be counted be
fore morning. Shortridge. Republican
candidate for Elector, will lead Seawell,
Democrat, by 2000 In this county.
REDWOOD CITY, Nov. 6.— For Elector
Ehortria'ge wins over Seawell In San Ma
teo County by 600. Loud beats Henry by
about 200. . Brown (R-) was elected As
•«nblyman without opposition. For Su
pervisor First District, J. T. Eikerenkot-
STOCKTON. Nov. 6.— San Joaquln Coun
ty complete gives: McKinley, 3561: Bryan,
S1GO. For Congress — Woods (long ?erm).
"633; Woods (Fhort term). 3583; Sproul (long
term). 3178: Sproul (short term). 3140. The
Republicans carry the county ticket, elect
ing the Senator, one Assemblyman and
three Supervisors. TThe Democrats elect
one Assemblyman (Kincaid), in the coun
SAN DIEGO. Nov. S.-Wlth two pre
cincts in the city and about twenty In the
country yet to hear from the McKinley
Electors have a plurality of 700 In the
county. Needham. for Congress, has a
plurality approaching 800 over Crlchtoi
<D.) . F. W. Barnes (R.), for the Assem
bly In the Seventy-ninth District, Is elect
ed by about 450 over Woolman (D.>, and
C. R. Stewart for Assembly in the Eight
ieth District has at least 550 votes over
Clancy (D.). The contest between
Dane/ (R.» and Conkllng (D.) Is so close
that It will take the precincts not yet
heard from to decide It.
FAN BERNARDINO, Nov. 6.— Returns
ccme In slowly. Only thirty-six precinct*
out of sixty-three have been heard from.
For Elector. Shortridge <Rep.) has 30 ma
fority ever Sear.ell (Dem.). For Con
gress. Neodham (Rep.) has 190 majority
over Crichton (Dcm.>. For State Sena
tor. Caldwell (Rop.t has 36 majority over
Keaerve (D«n.). For member of the Ar
femhly. Spventy-cighth District, Swinj?
(Dem.) has 267 majority over Bennlnk
(Rep. i. For Judge of th*> Superior Court.
Bl^dF-v* 'Dem.) has 264 majority over
Benrett (Rep.). There are three Super
vipers to elect, but returns are not suf
ficient to make any calculations.
HOXXI8TZR. Nov. «.— Thirteen pre
rircts complete, out of nineteen, give Mc-
Kinley 4f5. Bryan E83. For Congress—
<"richton <D.) 5i:<. .\>fdham (R.) 431; Flint
< H. •. joint Senator, Gil: Alexander (D.)
437: Hi? by (R. >, for Assemblyman, X?;
<'urn!r.s (D.» M5. The Supervlyors
electee: are: I'orry (Ind.) and Prescott
«D.t. With p.'-rtlal r^tiirns from the re
maining precincts Flint's majority for
joint F^nator In Sin Ber.lto County will
be more thp.n ',-¦':. Efleby^a majority will
lx- 7S. Trynn's majority of 2J'J in 18?6 Is
cut dotvn to iiO.
For B«p«fTteor Second District— William
Mcl-f.ufch'.iri <D.i HI, William Kent (Ind.)
302. W. It. Joties <R.i D: Tliird District—
M. J. IMllman <R.t 149. David Ahern <!).)
: Frurth iJistrict— William Curt's (R.)
306, Morris Krooke <D.i 443.
K«»r Afffsibivma;i- Twenty-first Dis
trict. Jud««on S. Bru«ie «R.) 155, I^ouis
fireber »U.t 2ZX: Twentieth District. Grove
L. Johrson (R.» 012. If. A. Dek-w (D.) 439;
7 wiit > -second District. Waller W. Greer
(R.i 7*2. T. H. McLn-rby «D.) 5>*0.
SACRAMENTO. Nov. 6.— The returns
from both city and county are slow in
coming In. At 11 o'clock three precincts
out of seventy-one showed on complete
count the following:
T"or Elector— Stion ridge (R.) 14:*5. Sea
woll <D.» 12«>.
For CongTes--?— S. D. Woods (R.) 1354,
J. D. Fprcul iD.) 133.'..
Kor fctate senator— R. T. Devlin (R.)
141*. Ciillis Dotv «D.> LS8C
For Superi<r Judge— J. R. Devine (R.)
liefi. Peter J. Shields <D.» 1CS1.
UIVERSIDK. Nov. C— McKinley'B ma-
Jnniy in Riverside County will be more
than SX« and r^ttirns so far show Need
ham running slightly ahead of the ticket.
All Republican candidates In the county
ATBt'RN. Nov. 6— For Elector, Short
ridge «Rep. i leads Seawell <D.) by 22".
vote* in this county. For Congre.-s
Woods (R-^p.) has 15» over Sproul. For
State Senator U&rdner (U.) leads Tabor
(».» by :T5.
For State Senator. Ca'.dwell <R.> over
Me serve d).). 313. For Assembly. D. W.
Haff>on <R.j over W. II. Spurgeon (.D.),
SANTA ANA. Nov. 6— KIghteen precincts
out of thirty In Orange County give tha
following majorities: McKinley over
Bryan. 209; for Conrre??, Needham <R.)
over Crichton »D.». Z32.
NEVADA CITY. Nov. 6— The returns of
the election ir. this county are coming In
Flowly, but It is olalm<?d by Sherman M.
Mar?h. chairman of the Republican Coun
ty Central Committee, that William Mc-
Kinley will harv a plurality of over €00
Jn the" county, ar.d from returns so far re
celvd he has i l«»ad of »X> votes. In the
Twelfth Assembly District Rutherford
• R.» has a majority go far as reported of
236 over Kites <D.». For Supervisor of the
First District. Nevada Township. William
H. Martin (D.) has u lead of 13£ over J. M.
Bufhnjrton cR.i. In the Second District
Charles J. Miiler <D.) has a majority of SD
over D. E. Matteson <R.>.
NAPA. Nov. <"..— Returns received from
different precincts at 11 o'clock to-night
ir. this county indicate that the Republi
can candidate? will receive majorities as
follow*: Kcr Elector, <Rej>. »
160. For C'inKi*-.-'*. Coombs tRep.) 8t>) over
Parraber (Deni.t. For State Senator, Cor
lmt iRcn.i Zfri over Ker.yon (Dera.i. For
AfffKhlvmar. WVblur <Uep.t WO over
Boyd tl>em.). F. W. Bush Is elected Su
SALINAS. NOT (',.— Tv.enty-Fev^n out of
forty-five precincts in Monterey* County
pive McKinley Id majority. For Congress.
(Jraves (D.> leads M^I^achlan iR.I by .^t.
For Pu.te Seraior Alfxa:id<»r iD.) wins
over Film <R.» by 75. For A??erablyman.
Fe'.lz (D.) is "Icr'.ed over Searles <R.) by
ftbout 300 majority. Keef tl>.i Is elected
Sheriff ever Ai'bott by 300. Mann. Casey
and Field arc <-'.*-<-t*-d Supervisor*. Sev
eral prfc!not.« ;<t« not heard from yet, but
It is conceded the county will go Demo
cratic by !t>).
MERCED. Nov. 6.— Twelve precincts
out of twenty-three in Merced County
jrlve the following: For Elector: Short
ridg-e iR.>. 477: Seawell <D>. 651. For Con
gress: Neeciham <R. ), 4T!; Crichton (D.).
CIS. For Assembly: Schoon <R.). 201;
Haley iD.h 4'6. TJ'p county officers elect
ed probablv are E. N*. Rector. Superior
Judeo: Ha.roilton. Whltworth and Price
PcaweJ! by 167. For <"ors:re«s. Fir^t Dis
trict, Coombs (R) leads Fmraher bv ISO.
For Assemblyman, lianer. <K. t is elected
over Ruddock <D.» by 74 majority. Smith,
Flanagcn and luiman iD.I a.r«- elect ed Su
pervisors. Thl«= coven twenty-five pre
cincts out of fifty-three.
TKIAH, Nov. 6-Followins Is the re
sult of the election to-day in Menciorino
County as far as heard from up to 11 p.
m.: For Klector. Phortridpe <R.) teads
MARIPOSA. Xov. C — Returns so far re
ceived give Bryan a majority of CS in this
county, Sproul, for Congress, Is 225 aheid
the Joint Senatorshlp. Wilkins carried
the county by 172 votes. The complete
return? received at midnight were: Mc-
Kinley K83, Bryan 901. Coombs 1630. Far
rahar 1001. For the Assemoly. Atherton
<R.) 1339. Haydcn <D.) 1290. The Super
visorial contests resulted In the election
of C. J. Dowd (D.) In the Third District.
F. J. Murray (D.) In the Second District
and Henry Goudy iR.) in the Fourth. In
the Joint Senatorial contest Belshaw came
Into this city with a good majority from
the outside county, but the heavy work
fione by the Wilkins faction In San Ra
fael through the day turned the tide and
gave the iatter the county.
ter (R.) Is elected: Tbird District, P. H.
McEvoy (D.); Fourth District, J. Debene
SAN LUIS OBISPO.
SAX LUIS OBISPO. Nov. 6.— Complete
returns from sixteen precincts and par
tial returns from twelve more Indicate
t»»at Bryan's majority in this so-called
Populijtic county will not much exceed
they did not want a henchman of Dan
Burns to sit on the bench of Kins*
County. The returns are all In except
from one small precinct and Judge
Short's majority over Cosper Is 107.
The fiffht for Superior Judge of this
county has been a bitter one from the
start. Cosper came here from Tulare
about two years ago to run for Judge,
and the machine element of his narty
tried to force him upon the people of this
(R.). for the Assembly, will have a plu
rality over Kellogg (Ind.) and Williams
(D ) of about 100. This city will give Mc-
Kinley about 200 majority. The result In
the First. Third and Fourth Supervisorial
districts is very close. The Republicans
concede the First to the Democrats. A
few votes, not exceeding 50, were cast for
Wilshire (Social Democrat) for Congress,
and perhaps fifteen for the Prohibition
SANTA CRUZ. Nov. C— Out of forty
three precincts thirty-three have been
heard from. For Elector Shortridge (R.)
leads Brown (D.) by 400. For Congress
Mcl-achlan (R) leads Graves (D.) by 375.
For State Senator Hyrnes (R) has 450 plur
ality over Thornton (D.). For Assembly
man Radcllff (R) has 500 over Leonard
(D). For Supervisor In San Lorenzo dis
trict there was a tie vote between George
Root (R.) and J. Ball (D.). In Soquel dis
trict. J. D. Estey (R.) is elected, and in
Branciforte district J. S. Collins (R.) wins.
The "faloon or no saloon" fight has been
very close. It is thought that the saloon
will carry by a email majority.
REPDING. Nov. 6.— Meager returns from
outside precincts, with complete figures In
Redding and Keswlok, indicate that
Bryan carried the county by a decreased
plurallty-probably by 500. against 746
four years ago. Coombs for Congress
runs behind the head of his ticket. Hub
barfi (D.), is, elected to the Assembly.
KLSWICKf Nov. 6.— Keswick's two pre
cincts give McKinley 210, Bryan 331, a
slight Democratic gain.
DOWXIEVILLE, Nov. 6.-Incomplete
returns from Sierra County precincts give
Shortridge 156, Seawell 99. For Congress
the same precincts give Coombs (R.) 157,
tarraher (D.) 94. For State Senator. Tyr
rell (K.) 157. Moody <D.) 95. For Assembly
man, Irish (R.) 172. Fritter (D.) 77. These
returns indicate that the entire Republi
can ticket will receive a majority of 250
In Sierra County.
YREKA. Nov. C— Stsklyou County will
give pluralities as follows: For Elector-
Shortrldge (R.) 150 over Seawell (D.): for
congress- Coombs (R.) DO over Farra
her (D.»; for Assemblyman— Berry (R.)
10 over Duffy (D.). County officers elected:
V'i^ er c Isor "^ F i r5:t D1 *trict, E. B. Williams
OX): Second District. Weed (R.); Fourth
District, Gardner (R.).
SUISlTJC, Xov. 6^-The election in So
lano County resulted in a clean sweep for
the Republicans, with the exception of
two Supervisors. Following is the resuit
or the vote: For Elector. Shortridge (R.>
leads over Sewell CD.) by 841: for Con
fr/f\ M « tca! * ( R -> wins over Freeman
(D.) by 944 majority: for State Senator.
I^uchslnger (R.) is elected over Shirley
PX by 9(y7 ma Jorit.v; for Assemblyman.
Anderson m.) is elected over Kilkenny
(R.), D. M. Fleming <D.> and J. E. Sulli
van (D.) were elect etl Supervisees.
CONTINUED FROM FOTJRTH PAGE.
BIG MAJORITY IN CALIFORNIA
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER T, 1900.
gaily compelled "to Bend 100 herrlnsr year
ly to the Sheriffs of Norwich, baked in
twenty-four pies or pasties, thence sent to
the lord of the manor of East Carlton.
who Is to convey them to the King." They
are still sent to the Queen's clerk of. tha
kitchen. — Newcastle Chronicle.
county. The better element of the Re
publican party refused to Bwallow such
a dose and one more of Dan Burns' fol
lowers has been sent to his political
While a number of Republicans sup
ported Judge Short, there were sonr?
Democrats who supported Cosper. Dlxon
Phillips, who went into the Democratic
convention and was defeated oy Judge
Short for the nomination, . bolted his
ticket and was on© of Cosper's chief lieu
IN ELEVENTH "DISTRICT
Elected to the Senate Despite the
Strenuous Opposition of Rail
SAN RAFAEL, Nov. 6.— The latest re
turns from the Kleventh Senatorial Dis
trict show that Belshaw, the Republican
.candidate, has been returned by 150 ma
jority. Belshaw carried Contra Costa
County by about 500 votes In the face of
the strong and vicious opposition of the
railroad Interests, which have persistently
fought him from the outset of the cam
In Marin County Wilkins, the Demo
cratic candidate for the Senate, had the
advantage of some strong local Influences
and carried the county by 172 votes, ¦
Belshaw's victory Is a well deserved
tribute from an appreciative people to an
able and faithful representative.
The following telegram was sent to Mr.
Belshaw by Mr. Wllklns to-night:
? "Please accept my congratulations upon
Loud is running behind the Electors
ticket, but the Republicans claim he wll
lead Henry, Democrat, In the county b:
Louis O'Neal. Republican. Is elected
Senator in the Thirty-first District with
a plurality of 700 over James Carson,
Democrat, and W. P. Lyon, the Good
Government League candidate.
For the Assembly George H. Anderson.
Republican, Is elected over J. J. McLaurln.
Democrat. In the Fifty-fifth District by
600; George S. Walker, Republican, de
feats Leonard B. Fowler, Democrat. In
the Fifty-sixth District: Ell Wright.
Good Government League-Democrat, Is
probably elected over J. S. Torrence, Re
publican, in the^Flfty-sixth District.
Judge A. L- Rhodes, who had the Re
publican and Democratic nomination for
Superior Court Judge. Is elected without
opposition. Martin Murphy. Democrat,
Is elected County Auditor. The Repub
licans made no nomination. Owen D.
Richardson. Democrat, defeated A. F.
Hoehner. Republican, for City Justice of
San Jose. For Supervisors Paul P. Aus
tin Is elected in the Second District over
T. H. Derby, Democrat, by 400; Fred M.
Stern. Republican. defeats Timothy
O'Neal, Democrat. In tho Third District
by 300, and F. W. Knowles is elected over
M. Farrell In the Fifth District by 500.
SANTA CLARA. Nov. 6.— The vote in
Santa Clara follows: McKinley, 2S3;
Bryan. 289: Ijoud, 218: Henry. 341; Tor
rence. Republican. Fifty-fourth Assembly
District. 253; Wrifcht. Democrat. 257.
SANTA BARBARA. Nov. 6.— About half
the precincts of" this county have turned
in official reports. McKJnley will carry
the county by possibly 300 majority. Mc-
Lachlsn (R.). candidate for Congress, has
235 majority over Graves (D.). Greenwell
(R.), for State Senator, will have a ma
jority of 250 over Sheridan (D.). Merritt
- Herring Pies for Victoria.
The arrival of the Yarmouth bloater sea
son Is a reminder of a curious custom that
B tlU survives, by which the town Is le-
ZINGS COITNTY VOTERS
HANFORD, Nov.( 6.— Tha people of
Kings County showed by their votes that
where elegance and economy combine.
dress goods department,
we want to interest you in a line of 36 inch fancy plaids, principal^ because we can give you t:-t •
an actual 50c quality for 35<I < «
the plaids come in eight handsome combinations of colors— in small designs especially suitable for misses'
and children's dresses.
tHe bis selline at the dress goods counters vesterday left, the stock at six o'clock in some confusion, and
particularly the all-wool broadcloths, which seemed to be in unusual favor. However, everything: will be in
its place ajjain by q o'clock this morning and we shall be triad to quickly show you this superb fabric for tailor
suits — we have it $1 inches wide, in new shades of scray. castor, mode, brown and blue, at, per yard..$l.OO
do you know the Arnold knit goods? if not, better ask to see them— for women and especially children.
we make a specialty of Hudnut's toilet goods simply because we have great confidence in their superior
if out o? town, we want your mall orders.
economy in rugs and mats.
fresh re/ays of extra value hosiery.
Market street, near Sixth, opposite Go/den Gate avenue.
For the Cure of Gonorrhoea. Gloats.
. Strictures an:l nnnlogous complaints
of the Organs of Generation.
rrlc» «1 a botU*. for uU by OraotaU
M A f" I* «M small srem to «pend tn B
M U k making yourself warm and E
fl n Ilil comfortable, and when B
fl I W cold, damp weather ap- |1
|j proaches your health demands m
gj these comforts. That Is why w» Iff
j3 are going to give our manv cus- pi
nj tomers the benefit of a good, use- y.
a ful article at this exceptional price. 11
H Again. Christmas Is near, and H
M what is a more acceptable gift B
M than a pair of u
I Ladies' Juliets 1
H Made of finest quality felt, flannel S
|| lined and neatly trimmed around Fl
H top In black fur? They are made t
Eg with sewed sole, low heel Of" ¦
H end the new style toe; \£ r%
j colors red and black; sizes fl.I E
N 3 to 8. Price lUU fl
1 GLORIA 1
I Shoes for Ladies. |
¦¦ Have you tried a pair of these ¦*
I shoes? Safe to say If you hav« PJ
1 you will wear no other. The ex- fij
I cellent qualities of this shoe have £3
I made It one of the most popular m
ever placed on the shoe- market. It 1
is neat and dressy in appearance 3
and soft and comfortable to the 1
foot, while its wearing Qualities 4
have no equal. a
We have them in Enamel, Patent I
Calf. Box Calf and Vici Kid in i
Dress and Golf Pat- A f\ r* r\ 3
terns, turn or welt- I 1 J til 3
Eed sole; all sizes, .ft-l f||| 1
Price UJUlUU [|
Country orders solicited. Send ¦
for catalogue. y
I B. KATSCHINSKI, j
I PHILADELPHIA SHOE CO. j
I] tO Third St.. San Francisco. «
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J S tor V .^ R^ r Vln e ESTORATIVE - «™*»A,
The moat wonderful aphrodlsiao and Special
T ° n ' c (? r i h « s « n *4 Organs for both «e«*
The Mexican Remedy for Diseases of ths Kid-
neys and Bladder. Sells on Its own merits.
NABER, ALFS A BRUNE. Agents.
823 Market St.. 9. F.— (Send for Circular.)
I BLOOD. LIVER. LUNGS.
SH C3R3I2& n »3 If my Skin
fv n case of eczema
Price 25 cents. Alldrugglsts. or sent pose
paid on receipt of price. DR. PAUL DB
FORD, 175 N. Spring st. Los Angeles. Cal.
we hope this advertisement will fall beneath the no- If you attended the sale Monday and Tuesday and
tlce of prospective rag buyers, the result will profit noted the large gathering of eager purchasers, you may
them and widen the acquaintance of this young but vlg- think tbat a jj tne splendid hosiery values are gone, but
orous department. we D rini? up fresh relays from the great basement store-
reversible all-wool Smyrna, rugs— soft to the tread— rooms and present you with, such extra, pood thlne3 aa
made to stand hard wear— pretty floral and novel Ori- ? *,«,.;,.
ental. designs in rich and beautiful color harmonies— ends "«-=*•
tlnlshed with heavy knotted fringe. «'-«« 100 dozen ladles' fancy seamless cotton hose— black
21-inch size-only o-T'A'A'illU'SJ'S^ boots, with pink. blue, lavender and red tops— double
26- nch sfee-ony §J£2 *"2 5H5 heels and toes-sizes &K to 10-sale price 14c per pair..
30-inch size-only 81.0m and 82.35 S1 c - Der Jf
36-inch size-only 82.05 and $3.45 ' **.<>.» Per dozen
out of town orders will be carefully filled. 400 dozen ladles' seamless cotton hose — four different
a cle\'er purchase of our New York buyers permits styles — plain black with pearl ribbed elastic tops —
us to offer 700 fringed mats— made from remnants of black with unbleached feet— black with Richelieu drop
brussels. wilton, moquette and velvet carpets-at these 8 titch and plain black with hem top— all sizes S»i to 10—
prices: _. „ , . . __ prices 12 1-1'c per pair S1.3S per dozen
tapestry mats — 22x27 Inches — each 3J?e
velvet mats— 22x27 inches— each 5oC 150 dozen ladles" plain black cotton hose— heavy
moquette mats— 27x36 inches— each 00c weight— fine g'auge— extra long and elastic— doubls heels
wilton mats— 27x3C Inches— each ' 75c and toes— sizes 8Vi to 10— price 3 pair for 50c
moquette mats — 27x54 inches — each Sl.iSS or SI .DO P«r dozen
paitment. "uJLCl* -*—* c.-_^t :*- n-u— n-* mezzanine.