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APPARENT DEMOCRATIC .XA
JORITY LATER CHANGED.
Democratic Candidate Concedes De
feat and Congratulates Eepubli
Trenton, N. J., Nov. 6.-Frank S.
Katzenbach, Jr., Democratic candi
d'ate for governor of New Jersey, to
night conceded the election of John
Franklin Fort, his Republican oppon
ent, and made the following . state
"From the somewhat incomplete re
turns furnished I believe that Judge
Port has been eledted. I have sent him
my congratulations. I greatly appre
ciate the support given me and the
efforts of my friends in my behalf.'"
The following is a copy of the dis
patch sent to Judge Fort:
John Franklin Fort,
East Orange, N. J.
I send you my congratulations and
best wishes for a successful adminis
(Signed) Frank S. Katzenback, Jr.
The latest figures give the state to
Judge Fort by about 7,000. This
hange was brought about by the re
dwed Democratic majority in Hud
son county. Last night it was an
nounced that Mr. Katzenback had car
ried Hudson county by about 15,000.
The revised figures as semi-officially
compiled today give Mr. Katzenbach
Late returns do not change the com
plexion of the state senate, which
gives the Republicans 14, to 7 for the
Democrats. The vote- in Middlesex
county is very close, with the chances
that two of three Democratic assem
blymen have been. elected. This, with
the Demoerstic assemblymen from
Hudson, Monmouth, Hunterdon, Sus
sex and Warren will make the assem
bly stand 40 Republicans and 20 De
mocrats. Nothwithstanding that gab
ernatorial candidite Katzenbach car
ried Essex county by about 300 the
entire Republican legislative ticket in
that county has been elected
SBaltimore, Nov. 6.--xicomplete but
reliabii i-eturns show that the Demo
erats have elected Judge Austin L.
Crothers governor and the entire
state ticket by an estimated plurality
of about 7,000. The legislature ap
pears to be safe Democratic. Ex-Gov.
John Walter Smithi defeated Gov. Ed
win Warfield and Congressman J. F.
%D. Tabot in the primaries for the
long term United States- senatorship
William Pinckney Whyte was unop
posed and will succeed himself for the
short term. Senator Whyte was ap
pointed at the death of the late Sen
ator Gorman until the legislature
should choose a successor.
* Frauds Charged.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 6.--Republi
cans and independents today decided
to contest with the Democrats the re
sults of yesterday's election for ev
ary city agd county office voted for.
.Wholesale frauds will be charged.
RBBSULT OF ELYECTIONS
IN VARIOUS STATBS.
*New York, Nov. 5.-The elections
throughout the country passed off
quietly, except for slight disturban
ces in Lexington, Ky. .
At a late hour tonight the follow
ing results are indicated;
In Massachusetts, Gov. Guild (Re
publican) has an estimated plurality
of about 100,000 and is elected. His
plurality in 1904 was 30,233.
In New Jersey the returns on gov
ernor are coming slowly, but a re
port from the state capital indicates
that Katzenbach, Democraticecadadi
date for governor, may have a plural
ity of 10,000.
Tn !!04 Stokes, the Republican can
diamt a governor, had a plurality
In Pennsylvania, Sheatz, who leads
the .Republican ticket for state treas
-urer, is elected by a large majority,
estimated at 175,000. In 1906 the
phrali. y of Stuart. Republican candi
date for gox * nor. was 45,233
In New York State. Edward Bar
lett and Willard Barlett, who ran
jointly on the Republican and Demc
eratic ticket. are elected as judg-es of
the eoau t of appeals over candidates
of the Independence League.
In New York eify the Tammnany
Hall ca::didates are leading those of
the Independence League by large ma
In Rhode Island Higgins. Demoera
tcecandidate for governor, is mak
ir ~-H-. but the race is close. In
1906 Higgins had a plurality of 1,
eV !X*lt IVe e-A aia* e~ hasedo(1 v( r
ieare information. indicate that
Crothers (Dem.) for governor, will
carry the state and city by from 6,000
In Kentuckey, Wilson (Rep.) candi
date for governor, is making gains,
but there is doubt as to his overcom
ing the Democratic majority of 1903.
In Mississippi the election of Noel,
Democratic candidate for governor, is
assured, as he has no opposition.
At a late hour the reelection of
Tom L. Johnson, Democrat, was con
ceded by the Republicans over Theo
dore Burton, Repu'blican, for mayor
of Cleveland, Ohio.
A r kali Lal City the American, or
anti-:Mormon, party is leading.
At Toledo Mayor Whitlock, Inde
pendent, is reelected.
In Nebraska, M. B. Roose, Republi
can candidate for the supreme court.
the most important state office voted
on, is undoubtedly elected.
Cincinnati elects Col. Leopold
Markbreit, the Republican candidate
Meager returns from San Francisco
show Taylor, Democrat and Good Gov
ernment candidate for mayor, lead
ing, with the union labor candidate
showing unexpected strength.
Brewer, Democratic, was elected
mayor or Ogden, Utah, by 176 pkral
ity. The Republicans carried the oth
er city offices.
OVER ELECTION RESULT
Gives Teddy the Credit and Says the
President Must Stand for
Washington, Nov. 6.-President
Roosevelt today received the follow
ing telegram from Timothy L. Wood
ruff, dated New York:
"Our great sweep with a straight
Republican ticket in Kings county,
formerally Democratic, by 20,000 was
accomplished by the use I made of
your unparrelleled strengt hwith the
people. Some of our candidates had
nearly 20,000 majority."
The following dispatch from Con
gressman-elect John W. Langely,
dated at Pikesville. Ky.. was receiv
ed at the White House today:
"We win by 20,000. The mountains
did most of it and the Roosevelt ad
ministration made it possible.''
No statement or comment on the re
sulfs of the election was made by
President Roosevelt today.
'No Comment Made.
New York. Nov. 6.-COhairman Tim..
othy L. Woodruff of the Republican
state committtee, who wired the pres
ident today that yesterday's Repub
lican victory in Kings county was
due to Mi. Roosevelt's strength in
Brooklyn, said tonight that he believ
ed the demand would be such that the
president would be obliged to accept a
OLD STAR FORT.
Ladies Failed to Get It-Congress
man Aiken Explains the Sit
Editor Herald and News:
In your sapital paper this morn
ing I notice in speaking of the old
"Star Fort'' near Ninety Six you say
that you "thought'Congressman Aik
en was to secure an appropriation to
buy this property.''
During the past two congresses in
which I have served I introduced bills
for this very purpose, but, like the
hundreds of others of a simiilar na
ture, the committee to which it was
ref erred refused to make a report
upon it. A South Carolina represen
tative is on that committee too.
I did everything in my power to
secure this appropriation.
The good women who have taken
an interest in. this matter deserve
much credit but it is to be regretted
that the property was sold yesterday
at public outcry at Greenwood and
bought by other parties.
The Donnelly & Hatfield Minstrels
played to a large and appreciative
audience at the Beverley last night.
The play was refined and full of fun
from he2i:ing to end. The chorus
w as em~'ptionally good, containing
somflin e voices.
The hit of the evening was the
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Roman Battle Axe Jugglers.
The performance ended with some
thing new in the minstrel line. a
Darkfown circus. Animals such as
bear, came.l, eleph ants, giraffe, horses,
etc., were introduced. It wvas a very
comical affair, mauking a hit with ev
eryone and being a fitting climax to
the evening.- -Sta unton, Va., Des
Zlb th.L rules and regnulations of t.h
C. L. Havird is hereby announce
as a candidate for mayor of the cit
of Newberry, subject to the rules an
regulations of the Democratic part,
J. J. Langford is hereby announce
as a candidate for mayor of Newbei
ry subject to the rules of the Dem<
H. H. Evans is hereby announce
as a candidate for mayor of the cit
of Newberry, subject to the rules an
regulations of the Demoeratic part
Alderman Ward 1.
Mr. Editor of Newberry Herald an
Dear Sir. The voters of ward 1, i
the town of Newberry, S. C., hereb
anr.ounce the name of the Hon. Ge<
'B. Cromer for our aldertan, and i
elected, will abide by the rules fn
regulations of the democratic part;
Democratic voters of ward 1.
Appreciating conscientious an
faithful services rendered, we there
fore take pleasure in nominating IL
.P. F. Baxter for reelection~ as aldej
man for Ward 1.
Voters of Ward 1.
Alderman Ward 2.
J. R. Green is hereby announced a
a candidate for alderman from war
2, and will abide the rules and regi
lations oC the Democratic party.
J. B. Waltoa is announced as
candidate for alderman from war
2 and will abide the rules and regulz
tions of the Democratic party.
Alderman Ward 3.
Mr. S. K. Bouknight is hereby ar
nounced as a candidate for alderma
for ward 3, subjet to rules of di
For Alderman Ward 4:
Mr. J. A. Senn is hereby nominal
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ward 4, and will abide the rules an
regulations of the, Democratic part:
B. F. Griffin is hereby aninounce
as a candidate for alderman for war
4, and is urged by his many friend
in that ward to consent to the use (
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