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CITY TICKET OFFICE Main and Franklin
DROUET L J PARKS
tUind
7 1XS
olected
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MKINLEY
COMING IN SLOWLY
Rclurns from Congressional Districts
Are Very Meager
REPUBLICANS ARE CLAIMING
Gains in Several Stales but There Arc
Some Losses
WILL HAVE A WORKING MAJORITY
Several States Will Return Solid Demo
cratic Delegations
OFFICIAL C0UN1S WILL BE NEEDED
JlcjiulilIcaiiH llnve Mnilc No Claim
iin u CoiiKrvKK Further Tliuu
u iVorkliit Majority
Now York November 6 Up to mid
night returns from Now York congrcs
bional dlBtrlcta indicate tho election ol
twentytwo republicans and clovon demo
crats the Utter including Amos J Cum
mngs William Sulzor G D McClcllan
tand 0 H P Belmont
lUVNMIiAMA
riilladclpbla November 6 Tho Indi
cations are that William McAIer doraO
crat was defeated for reelection la tho
Third congressional district by Hcuiy
Buiko republican
Fifth district E D Morrill republi
can elected Sixth Thomas V Butlor
republican elected Ninth Henry 1
0lwxx democrat elected Tenth Ma
fn nt TJoriit rafifnrnit >
Oar Of fV U yaitfOmia rlon DroBluSi reUbllcan elected Four
teenth M E Olmstcad republican elect
ed Fifteenth C V Wright rcclcct
cd Sixteenth E D Reenter republl
can elected Seventeenth H K Polk
I democrat elected Eighteenth Thad
dius M Mahon republican elected
Twentyfirst S M Jack republican
Twentysecond
elected
Dalzoll re
SOUTH CAHOIINA
CoIumMa a C Novemlboi
democrats haw elected a full
slonal delegation as follows
AVluit TJiej Claim
W S
KlVkldnd Cv NlOPtOVJ Graham republican elected Twenty
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ioi Main St Houston
fourth E F Aeheson republican elect
ed Twentyfifth J D Shownlter re
publican elected Twetitjsixth J It
V Hall democrat elected
C The
congrcs
Willam Elliott W Jasper Talbcrt
Asbury C Latimer Joseph T Johnson
Daid E rinlcy fl Scarborough J
Willam Stokes
GIlOIUilA
Atlanta Ga November 6 All demo
cratic nominees for congress nra olected
as follows Rufus E Lostfcr JaniP3 W
GrlggB Elijah R Lewis William C Adam
son Leonldas F Livingston Chnrle3
JL Darlett John W Mnddox William
M Howard Farlsh Carter Ttatc William
11 Fleming W G Brantley
AHKAASAW
Llttlo Ilock Ark November 6 Arkan
sas democrats elected a full delegation
as follow Philip D McCulloch John S
Little Thomas C McRac Charles S
Reld Hugh A Dlnsmore Stephen Brun
dtdgo
OHIO
Columbus Ohio November 6 It will
prob bly require an rfflclil count to de
termine the result In tho Twelfth congros
ion l district Both Tcjnpkln republi
can and Lentz democrat claim to bo
elected
HUTUinS AIU3 INSUFFICIENT
V en to 11 iiUp a jiooil CSuein SnyH
Cliiilrinan Juiitn
Chicago No ember C At 10 oclock
Chairman Jones of tho democratic Na
tloml committee said I can not predict
the re3ults The returns are so Insuf
ficient as to prec udo all possibility of a
The figures from New York
Drs Daviss Gohlina
Eye Bar ted Throat
Rooms 305 and 306 Blnz Build
Now York November 7 At 1230 th
morning National Committeemen Manley
Gbbs and Bliss held a conference at tho
conclusion ot which tho following stato
meat was given out On tbe returns re
ceived at republican headquarters up ti
th hour the republican National com
mlttoe c alms to have elected McKlne >
of 2ft
addltlo
with the possibility of 21 v ° tea In
LIAHLIim DISPATCHES iVOAC
A UNCOUHAGINti XATUlvfC
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llrynn Hctlrod < i HIn iltoiim
Uttrl lit the MKlit ami
Went to SUeii
present that he was confident the doiiao York State and especially gratifying was elation
cratic ticket had triumphed
apartments which wore provided with a
special wire Both ho < md Mrs Bryan
were in a cheerful moo
At 830 oclock whon tbe nowspspor
men at Mr Bryans house sousrht to se
cure a statement from Mr Bryan they
were told that he had Juat gone to sleep
and could not be disturbed
From tlin IroIilliittouUtn
Chicago November 6 Prohibition Na
tional Chairman Oliver W Stewart said
tonight The election of McKlnley will
tEd to fertlllio tbe sentiment ot the
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UKfil tlic Viet Clinlrmiiu mid
Ho Guyr lilt All Hli
Nvsw York Novombor 6 Tho hiad
quartcrs In tho East of the demo
cratlo National committee wore filled
jlwith tolephono and tolograph Instru
Llncnl n Neb November 0 Mr Uryau ments tonight C C Hughes of tbe antt
receled olecllon returns at his residence lmrvrlallst league exGovernor Stono
lnvfhls city His houso was fairly over vice chairman of the democratic Na <
tv by nowspaper men and tolograph op tlonal committee and othors were pres
u ators Tho Hrst bulletin was tho ono cnt Governor Stono read with much
nnounclng that Poughkeepsle N Y had gusto u dispatch from Augusta Maine
a democratic gain of 50 por cent
but thl was dampened by a
a message from National Committeeman Chicago dispatch Indicating over 4000
Mack saying that Buffalo had given Mc majority for McKlnley
Klnley a majority of only about 200J Wtren bullotln after bulletin showing
agalnit a majority of 120CO four years republican gains began to come ln ex
ago Coming closely upon tho heels of Governor Stono loft tho room As he was
tho Buffalo dispatch was ono from a going out some ono asked What do
friend ln Bojton announcing that city to you think f It
havo gone for Bryan by a majority of 700 This Is no tlroo for thinking was the
as against 17000 for McKinlor four years answer I dont think
ago Mr Stone nt 1030 gave out a state
Tho oarly dispatches Indicated tbe loss nt In which ho said At this hour
of Maryland end this also was a dlrap lbo >
IlMiMM HIUOICES
0 r 11 Iruliuble Addition to the Iin
IHrlnltHtlc FiiiiiII >
London November 0 Additional In
terest n the American election was lent
for English observert by the near con
Junctions with their own elections which
nleo turned almost wholly ou tie ques
tion of Imperialism
Tho mornlnc papers went to pr < ss too
early to bo la a position to comment
unon the result but all published edj
FIRST EDIT10N = = 240 A M
HOUSTON DAILY POST
XYITH YEAKNQ 217 HOUSTON TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1900 PRICE 5 CENTS
COOK STOVES
toiinly nai ciat > oratn dlspatohns depleting
tho progress of the contest
All nrc Impressed by tbe comparative
fewness ot diaordnra
Tho Standard say Thero can bo no
reasonablo doubt that President MclClu
loy has been retleoteiL The Isolated
case of tumult should serve only to om
phnslia tho ndmlraMc spirit and com
mon sense with wlrich the people oT tho
Republic play their part In the engross
the radical animosity was tho cause of
tbo worst conflict
The Standard goew on to oxpres tho
frankest eatlHfacbton ovor the success of
McKlnley addle This success In
sures the continuance of stability In
money matters and no change In tho for
eign poltcy of < Ao United Statos The
triumph of Bryan Trould bare been felt
overywhero as heralding a sharp reversal
of policy a policy wMch lias mado the
United States a powerful and energetic
membor of tho gToat family of nations
Continuity of control nt Washington Is
a guarantee of peaco and In this sense
buccoss will be welcomed by ovory Eu
ropean State
Tho Dally Telegraph says English
men have never had slnco Lincolns time
a departure In the Issue of the presiden
tial contest It compare Mr Jlryan
with Mr Gladstone declaring that the
formers policy however humanitarian In
Its Intention would entail an American
Majuba It declares that Englands
deepest hopes are pledged for McKJnleya
apparently ussured success
The Dally Graphic observes We can
but regret that there is but little pros
pect that Dryanlsm has been finally
smashed
Ucellnoil to Make un Kxtlmutr
Washington Novembor 6 Represents
tlve Richardson chairman of tho demo
cratic congressional committee at 11
oclock declined to make an ostlmato on
the complexion of tho next house Ho
said the returns received up to that tlmo
were too Incomplete to determine the
nnvfl carried New VahIf Stato hu some i t
polulmcnt for It had been believed tlt V York by lcan by a worjlnB majority
thing from
result so far as the house Is concerned
returns Indicate that the republicans It ia conceded that tho house Is repub
and Roosevelt by an electoral votei g f th d llkq 100000 Tho information
After recohlng 4ho early returns In his l0 elvo satisfactory opinion as to
library Mr Bryan retired to hU prlvato lflv result
OEO D HUNTER
City Pass and Ticket Agent
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Cotton Seed Hulls
Bagging and Ties
GCSTREETCO
HOUSTON TEXAS
AND ROOSEVELT ELECTED
The Story of McKinleys Election Is Better Told by the Above Picture Than by
Any Words That Might Be Framed
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Utih Vermont Wath ngton Wyoming
Wisconsin and West Virginia
To commit eemen toon closed
desks and left for their homes
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making a total of 305 Tho twentyone people on tho saloon question Ho Is com
votes consist of tho thirteen votes In Ken tnMod to the < nteen policy In our tor
tucky and o ght In Nob nka Tho State3 tlgn possessions and his elocllon will have
wo surely claim for M Kmloy and Roose the effect of bringing the liquor quciion
vclt aro California Connecticut Delaware to an issue Wo feol In hotter shape now
Illinois Iowa Indl na Maryland Knnsaa to press tbo fight ngalnst liquor han if
Milne Masachusettb Michigan Minne Dryn had been the successful candidate
sota Now Hampshire New Jersey No a Tho general returns Indicate more than
York North Dakota Ohio Oregon P nn a doubling of the prohibition vote over
sylvanla Rhode Island South Dakota 1800
their
BRYAN GETTING THE RETURNShi
gooJ guess
carBhen M ° Klnley a majority of 1337 and 1 > i
MR STONE GAVb IT UP EARLY
hi
WAS ELATlin OVI3II TI1I3 MUST
niiijijirriNS
IndciU that tbe epubllcans iivo
rlcd tho State and I see that thoy ar thls was followed by another bulletin to He aIfia rettl a dlspatoh sa > lng repuou
claiming Maryland and Ohio The former the effect that Elmlra had gpno for Bryau carl8 cro cutting tho republican candl
calm may bo rlgat but I am unaHW toL date for governor LaUr Governor Stone
17 n nnltv whB a dhoWf tllis
eay as to Ohio for tho reaa n that we do Py Jo appeared to bo discouraged but said
not yet know how tho vote Clauds ThelaBO ho simply remarked that It was on vy0 have not got alt tbo returns In yet
full returns will bo lato In comliig in and oouraglng The other bulletins from Now and you can not tell by early returns
they may make some surprising changes Tnon ha number of dispatches
y ° k cmo n thick and fast after that and got a
from tho present apparent situation f which ho frowned at and folded up and
When Senator Jones bulletinSannounc1wl > ° Mr Bryan made no commont thoio Ut ln jls degk
inK that McKlnley had carried VJryans was a feeling among those present that Norman B Maok tolegraphed rrora
precinct In Lincoln by 103 votes canie the he was disappointed In the returns from Buffalo that that city would giro Mo
senator was a roost constantly at tbolong New York City an Brooklyn On tho Klnloy 3000 as against 12000 In 189S
distance telephone talking with I Mrother hand there was considerable cu As tho returns began to show an Increase
Bryan and other notables Ho told tfjose couragement from tho Inter or of New for Bryan In tho city there was much
FIGURES SHOW IT
Returns Indicate a Victory for the Re
publican Ticket
GREATLY REDUCED MAJORITY
in New York Illinois and Other Pivotal
Stales
CONTEST VERY CLOSE IN NEBRASKA
Republican Pluralities Reduced in Eastern
and Middle Stales
SEVCRAL STATES ARE STILL UNREPORTED
Hut tlio ItctimiN Are Snfflcicnt
Amnirii Hlrutluii of the ltcjmli
11 tun Ciiutlliluto
to
Now York Novombor 0 Midnight
It became ovldont nt n very early hoar
this ovonlng that tho election ot McKlu
ley and Roosevelt wa3 assured At 830
oclock returns from nearly twothlrd9
of tho election districts of Greater Now
York had been received Indicating bo
yond question that Dryt and Stevenson
could not expect more than 25000 or
30000 plurality iu thin democratic atrons
liold and uuloss thcro was a landslldo ln
tho outside counties beyond all reason
able exception tho pivotal Stato of Now
York had declared in unmistakable terms
although by a greatly reduced majority
for tho republican candidates
Tho returns from Illinois betrayed a
like condition
On tho other hand tho returns from
Indiana Michigan the two DakoUts Utah
and Warning as well as Nobraikn
seemed to Indtcato strong lopubllcan
gains oor 1890 Delaware Maryland and
WeH Virginia had given decisive repub
lican pluralities Tho touut lu several
of the far Western States was naturally
o delayod as to gUo little Indicationoi
tho outcome there but thoy had ceased
to havo h determining effect nnd boforo
10 oclock tho democratic leadora had
given uj > the contest and It was an
nimncsd that Mr Bryan had gone to bed
and was sound asleep
Tho wholo atory was easily and brlrily
told Tho republtcau tickot would have
n lat er electoral voto than four year
ago but In tho larger States of tho East
nnd Middle West tho plurality had been
greatly reduced
MsusaachueottB ha lallen from 174000
to 80000 New York 203000 to 185000
and Illinois from 112000 to 100000 or
less
It nil the unreported Statos should
turn ou as democratic which Is a hlgh
lng struggle for mntjtory It Is well that ly lnrpfobable contingency It would not
chango tho rosult Tho first returns from
Nobraslta Indicate a republican plurality
Tho Flfty ovenbh congress seems to bo
republican by a substantial working ma
jority
Tho gubernatorial tickets havo appar
ently followed the National and Odoll la
elected in New York and Yates in Illi
nois
Chicago November 6 Tho heljof pre
vails at tho democratic National head
quarters that tho battle Is lost and that
McKlnloy has been ronlocted by a larger
plurality than ho received four years ago
Senator Jones near whom was seated ex
Governor Altgcld aud oxGovernor Hogg
of TexnB was busy reading bulletins from
arlous States and commenting upon the
figures Ho said VI do not know yet
Tho returns are Coo meager to make < i
prediction
Wo aro going to win ot snld ex
Governor Hogj These figures aro doc
tored and aro the work of Wall street
gamblers Thoy do not represent the will
of tho people
While conversing with tho two exgovj
ernors Senator Jones was shown a lelo
gram from Now York stating that W Jv
Stone had conceded tbe State to McKln
ley by ovor 100000 His only commont
was Well that may bo right but I am
not going to concede anything now >
Returns received at tho headquarters
from Nebraska were not very encouraging
and by midnight tho crowd at the head
quarters had thinned out so that there
wero less than 100 people ln tho room
Sulelilo nt Chlriijro
Chleaso November C One ot tbo inci
dents of election day was the suicide ot
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