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CITES OF OHIO
TOM JOHNSON IS RE-ELECTED
MAYOR OF CLEVELAND.
WHITLOCK WINS IN TOLEDO.
Cincinnati and Columbus Elect Repub
lican Mayors, but Dayton, Akron
and Youngstown Chose Dem
Cleveland, Nov. C Major Johnson
niul tho entire domoeratlr ticket nro
elected by decisive pluralities, with
tho posslbln exception of Anton Ilcisln- i
Ker, cundidnto for pnllw clork. Bi'lsln-1
ger nmy be defeated by n few hundred
One hundred and 10 precincts k1vo(
Mayor Johnson 26.104 and Durton 21,-.
tl.17, n plurality of 1.-147 for Johnson. '
The same ratio, which republican lead-,
en concede will be maintained, will j
Blvp Joinibon a plurality or cioso to
Alter receiving the ofllclal returns
froui 130 precincts Chairman Baker, of
the republican executive committee,
In n formal statement, conceded tho
election of JTriyor Johnson by r,000.
Ho refused to concede the defeat of
Paul Schrelner, candidate for police
cloilt. Tho rest of tho republican
ticket, Baker said, Is defeated.
W J. Sprlnsborn mid H. It. Cooley,
candidates for tho board of public
srrvlco, nro elected by pluralities blg
Kor than that of JMyor Johnson. 1).
13. Leslie, tho third candldnte, Is run
ning about oven with the mayor.
N. D. Baker, candidate for solicitor;
Carl Nail, treasurer, and Thouiai
CqiiRhlln, for auditor, are all elected.
Baker will poll. a plurality in-esccss of
F. II. Hnsorot, William Leopold and
John C. Caulleld, republican candi
dates for tho board of education, are
till re-elected decisively. Their plu
ralities will run from 4,000 to 0,000.
Tho democrats will havo complete
control of tho new city council.
Mayor Johnson last night coupled an
announcement that he Is u cundldato
for a llfth term with the prediction to
hh frinnds that his plurality would be
lO.OOlPtit least. 'Tho presentation by
friends of n Johnson picture framed In
a mammoth fucslmllo of a threo-cent
fare ticket provoked his announce
ment Colifmhus, Nov. C. Charles Anson
Bond, rep., has liacn elected mayor of
tin- tltj of Columbu.. b a decisive
majority. Chairman lleer, of the dem
octatlc committor, cow ales .Mr. Bond
ti mnjoiity of C.00O, whllo Chalrnian
Klnkcad, of the republican committee,
estimates Bond's majority nt 7,000.
Bond was opposed by Judge Thomas
J. Duncan, dem , who was pledged to
close tho saloons at midnight through
tho week and on Sundays. Bond refus
ed to nmko uny specific promises, but
declared ho would. If elected, enforce
the Inti'ii. Ho was openly supported
bv tho Liberal league, an organization
composed of lhpior dealers and brevv
ir. In ti statement issued last night af
ter the-polls dosed, Mr. Bond dei-lainl
that' ho will not estpnd faiois to any
tptclai' lhlei-csts and that Hie saloons
will observe the lavri Under his ad
ministration. The T I'i'MI-uus cltHted
their t'ntlre dtv tlc'.-j-t bv fc lunattltH
rxfwdUiK 5.0U0. llu. W. C. T. U. eon
dnctfik' nn nil-day pruvi-r meeting In
hi holt of Judge I)urcan' candidacy.
With ciim pr'ecitift il-i.1iiK tho total
vote for mavor In Colmnhu'i is as fol
lows: Bend lo.Oys. Uuncan 14,780;
Bond's plurality &.U9.
Tho republican v) torv Includes the
ohc-tlmi of. threo (oundlmen at large
and nutcnt Of 12 ward members of
Clntiluuatl. Mov. . -riy a decisive
plurality ami now Ihlj' h; i elimv ma
jority jcr all fiur coiniMUtora, Col
Leopojl MarkbtfiL d vtttian German
edltcr and formn- t'iut d States mln
ht rtd Ufdlvlu, wjji on 'Piicudny ehct
ed iuair of CtiieiuiiBtl on the repub
lican Ucl(it. AwcUIbk to return, he
liny pfrbably ctirrl d lvith him tho on
tire republican tLk'-J.
TJip campaign Mi'ih been vigorous,
but llil ftict that Mayor Uenipey, who
was fdooted two years ao by n oombl
iinttou of democrat and "Municipal
purty," ths this jeai thp canilldato of
tho democrats oulv and was opposed
hy many JEornier t-upporters, gijvo th
republicans tuldltjonnl support
Vo(f, Nov. r.. Br,in,l Whltlock
was re-elected pmyor of Toledo Tues
day by u pluiallty otitlumted between
,2,000 and P.,000. This e- tlmate ev
tuieds. Ihq tlgures (f hlh initial plural
Jty by tyijiroaliimtoly fioo
JThe. campnlsn v-Ab locally jsucctncu
ye' 1ri; liiitilfati carrltvl wltv It a paradox!
ohI urban duality Tne i'tr:i was mm e
Jupon yje,' uhuo of fnuulU'w (or htreetj
rt ,-,J ,U.,UI,HUK,, .), Ill" Ill, I'D
i. . MS- m down by Tom Johnson, mayor
KjiSoJ.-jflAveland. Opponents of Whltlock
t'.WK wp iv nrgumont oi iaw anu mora).
. ,WWtWwk Is a dlsclplo of tho lute
'Mayor "-Jam Jones, of Golden Hule
prtMsfleld." Niiv. cABlxlfien pre-
pUuttnoiit:.!)! 31 iiidlcuto the elccjtlyp
"t .- : jt
our iiuuk, k.lcl
In of t$. tte.
of Kurnett, dem., ior mayor over toim,
rep., by a plurality of 400. The ret
of tho republlcnn ticket Is probably
Canton, N'ov. 6. I'nofllclnl but prnc
tlcntly comploto returns nt midnight
show Turnbull, dem., elected by a voto
about eipinl to tho combined vote of
Yost, rep., and Miller, reform. There
weio over !i,Q00 ballots cnBt.
Tho republicans elected the remain
der of the city ticket except three
louncllmen and one member of the
board of public service.
Akron, Nov. C With 27 out of T.2
prrclncts In, W. T. Sawyer, dem., has
2,2t56 voles to 1.CU1 for C. F. Beery,
rep., Indicating Sawyer's election for
mayor by 1,200. The remainder of tho
ticket will bo mixed.
Lima, Nov. 0. At midnight, with
ten out of IS precincts reported, Mi
Comb, rep., for mayor, has a lead irf
111 over Becker, dem. The result .
much in doubt. Probably a ninjorlty
of democratic ticket elected.
Youngstown, Nov. 0. After an un
usually vigorous campaign tho voto
itiesuay wns very heavy. Indtcntioni
point to tho election of Craver, dem.
candidate for mayor, over Baldwin
the present Incumbent, by at least
1,500 majority, .
Mansileld, Nov. C. Tho election ol
Huntington Brown, rep., for mayor
who was defeated for re-election bj
W. F Voegele, Jr , tho present Incum
bent, two years ago hy over 400, is In
dicated on nn average gain of 40 to tht
Dayton, Nov. (5. Sixty precincts out
tot &G give Burkhart, dem., a majority
over Wright, rep., or 4S3. Tho rest ol
tho ticket Is divided.
XancHvillc, Nov. C. Twelve out ol
20 precincts Indicate that Gorrell, rep.,
will bo elected by from IloO to 500 plu
rnllty, carrying with him the entire
Troy, Nov. G. Republicans elect en
tiro ticket except one councilman nnd
a member of service board. Tho "lid"
was the issuo and It won.
Elyrln, Nov. C. Troxel, rep., Ii
elected mayor by small plurality.
Coshocton, Nov, G. Hamilton, rep.,
Is elected mayor on a "lid" platform
Cadiz, Nov C. For the second time
In C5 j ears this town elects a demo
cratic mayor, W. S. Cessna.
Alliance, Nov. 0. John SIcConnell,
rep., Is re-elrcted mayor by 000 In a
total vote of 2,200.
Tiffin, Nov. G. Joseph C. Arnold,
dem., elected mnyor by 700. Council
will bo democratic.
Conneaut, Nov. G. E. J. Parrlsh,
Intl., elected mayor over H. G. King
dom by 230. Council will be independ
ent. Norwalk, Nov. G. C. P. Venus,
dem., Is elected mnyor over 11, A.
Bloomer by 200. Council republican.
Itavenna, Nov. 0. It, II. Loomls Is
elected mayor by 407 plurality. Coun
Bucyrus, Nov. G. E. J. Songer, dem.,
In elected mayor by 400. Council is
East Liverpool, Nov. G. Blake, rep.,
Is believed to be elected mayor over
Crav.Tard, dem., by small majority.
Balance of ticket Is republican.
Gonevn, Nov. G. Hon. B. F. Wet
mote, rep., Is elected mayor. Council
Is solidly tepubllcan.
Flndlay, Nov. G. At midnight two
precincts out of 12 had reported, Indi
cating the election of Wnlker, dem.,
for mayor, by 175, and Miller, dem., for
police clerk, by 150. The democrats
will probably elect ono member of the
board of service. Balance of ticket
Bollefontnlne, Nov. G. William It.
Nlven, dem., Is elected mayor by 100
plurality. Council will be republican.
Jefferson, Nov. G. II. J, Itedmond,
rep., nnd entire republican city coun
Mlllersburg, Nov. X. J, T.
dm., ro-elected mayor, and
Sandusky, Nov. G. John J.
dem,. Is elected mayor for his fourth
term by, 000 plurality. Tho council Is
Steubdnvillo, Nov, G. Thomas Por
ter, rep., It elected, mayor by 300.
Council Is solidly republican,
Columbus O.. Nov. G. Judge John
E. Sater, of tiro United States court,
established a precedent Tuebday when
he decided n. suit against, tho ICapner
Bros. A Oilcan Hosiery Co., a Zanes
viJIe corporation, and held that tho
patnerrhlp of Hleger, Kapner & Alt
mark In fact owned the corporation,
nnd that the corporation was the
agent of the partnership, and not vice
versa, as had been represented. Judgo
Sater ordered recelvera to take vhorgo
of tho property. Tho Judgo also di
rected tho receivers lo Investigate a
rpport that, - oypr I?00,p0) worth of
In Household Ve.
For Clcttolns and rollsfckig
ii jo i cm m iiux ior run nox
TUB fcUSLTBt) Himcok CV, 80 ClUt,'Kew yoifc.
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Sentence for Rebating Is Postponed.
Ios Angeles. Nov. G. Judge Well
born, In the I'nlted States district
court Tuesday, postponed the passage
of sentence upon the Santa Fo Hall
way Co. for rebating, until November
7. The delay was ordered after Solic
itor Camp, for the railway company,
had made an earnest plea for leniency
In the amount of the judgment. The
amount -which the company may be
fined upon the GG counts Is $1,320,000.
Tho minimum sentenca Is $1,000 on
Flour Mills Shut Down.
Minneapolis. Minn., Nov. G. Owing
to financlnl conditions which pi event
tho placing of advanca orders, the
Hour mills of the Consolidate! com
pany were rhut down temporarily on
Tuesday vnd other companies cither
reduced their output or arranged to
close for a time. Another factor In
the situation Is the extremely high
price of wheat, which has operated to
raise tho cost of flour to a point whero
buyers nro waiting In the hope of sav
A Mystery Is Cleared Up.
But,tc, Mont., Nov. 6. A mysterious
explosion during a Pro In tho pavilion
In Columbia Gardens last week was
explained Tuesday when tho caso of
a six-Inch cordite hhell was found In
tho debris. The bhell had been' part
of a war exhibit. It was fired at tho
Spanish rents at Manila by Admiral
Devvoy'a llect, May 1, 1S08, recovered
later by a soldier of the. First Mon
tana Infantry and brought to Butte.
Another Bank Failure.
Globe, Ariz., Nov. G. Tho Globo na
tional hank, with a capital of $50,000
and deposits of $300,000, subpemlcd
Tuesday. Heavy drafts on tho cash
on hand, .with no caBh 'available from
outyldo banks, forced tho action. Tho
full legal reservn Is on hand. Cashier
G. Smith says the bank will pay de
positors In full.
A Bribe Taker Is Fined.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov, C. Peter
Mend, former supervisor, was on
Tuesday lined $200 and cosib by Judge
Braze on an Indictment charging
him with having accepted n bribe of
$50 In connection with a county Con
tract so vera! yoatu rfgo.
Two Men Killed by Falling Slate.
Irontoii, O., Nov. G. Arthur Bailey
and John Kels were killed by a fall of
slate In tho coal mines of tho Law
renco furnace, ten miles back of this
city, Tuesday. They weio pinioned
by 20 tons of stono and both, were
Receivership Proceedings Halt.
Chicago, Nov. 6. Judge Kohlsaat,
In the" United States circuit court
couit Tuesduy, Issued an Injunction
restraining George F. Harding., of this
city, from prosecuting In the state
courts tho suit recently started by
Harding, asking for tho appointment
of a receiver for the Corn Products
Billet Pool to be RVestabllshed.
Pittsburg, Nov. fi. It Is reported
hero that representatives of all the
largo steel companies In the country
will hold another secret meeting to
day, similar to the one held in this
city ltiBt week, for the purpose of re
establishing the old billet pool. It Is
said tho meeting will be held cither Iv
New York or Chicago, The confer
enco will not be held In PlttBburg ow
ing, it is said, to tho publicity given
tio former ipeotlng. A cdinhlnatldn
of tho hlllet makers is uald to bcMrky
only means of saving the trade Prices
nro low nnd tho situation bruL It was
In circumstances precisely similar to
these thaf tjio bl!lo(,ppoIvof 1003 was
Now burgh, N. V., Nov. G. Arthur
Conrad and Edward Tleeler.
tanie here-from Buffalb to work In a.
f notary. wre drqwnn pb HudBC-n
river oft this city Tuesday, They were
rowing on 4he river In a small boat
and onp of Jbu men sMd up to take
off his qout and the bout upset.
Made a New Record for;apeed.
Uttdou. Nov. O.-rrAt her.offlcal,tflal
Tupsday the Biltlau torpedo boat tie
Btroyer Mohawk 'attained the record
speed of 34.U Knots mi, hour. This
iced. is equal toj about-3Ut4 Jand '
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GREAT BRITAIN LEADS UNCLE
SAM IS SECOND,
France Is Third, Germany Fourth and
Japan Fifth Russia, Italy and
Washington, NoV. 6. An Interest
ing statement showing-iho relatlvo or
der of tho warship tonnage of the
principal naval powers has been com
piled at tho office of naval Intelligence,
which Is intended Us an answer to
frequent Inquiries of , societies and
persons throughout tho country who
have manifested an intqrest In main
tenance of tho navy and Its relatl"e
strength and importance.
The statement shows thnt according
to tho tonnage of to-day, Great Britain
leads the world with, a- tonnage of
1,033,110, tho United States' following
with a tonnage of 611,616, Franco third
with a tonnage of 609,700, Germany
fourth with a tounogo of 52J,032,
Japan next with a .totyiagft of 374,701
and Russia, Italy and Austria following
In the order nnnicuT '
Howover, wero tho war vessels
building by the various nation now
completed, the United States would
be third In the list with ,a tonnage of
771,758, following closely 'Franco,
which would bo second with a tdnungo
of 83G.112, ami Great Britain, the
leader, with a tonnage of 1,S21,G10.
T''e other naval powers would Btam! in
tho same rotative position ns they do
with their tonnage or to-day, although
each would show a substantial In
crease. A Scarcity of West Point Cadets.
Washington, Nov. (,. Jho sumo
story often told, tho Inadequacy of
army pay, Is told with a now variation
In tho annual report of Col. Hugh L.
Scott, superintendent of the military
academy. In this caso for'tho llrst
tlmo in tho history of tho institution
difficulty has been experienced In bo
oming a sufficient nunib'r of eadots to
1111 the rauka of tho corps, ,Col. Scott
says that this corim is now 73 below
its authorized Strength and the num
ber of .resignations from the regular
army Include nine or this year's grad
untcs from the ucadeniy.'t '
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Trial of Forrect Nichoja' Begins.
Pittsburg, Nov, G. Forrest R. Nich
ols, bccrotnry of W. H. Andrews, ter
ritorial delegate to cangrenst from
New .Mexico, was placed on trial in
tho United States court hero Tuesday,
charged with aiding Cashier Leo
Clark, who killed himself, y tho iiiIb
appropriation of funds from the En
ternrlso national bank, of Allegheny,
which failed soveral yeais ago. Three
sums of money nro named, $370, ?2,2Q0
jind $2,300, and It Is charged- Nichols
withdrew tho amounts by personal
chock when ho had no money in tho
1300,000 Fire Loss.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. G. Tho plant
of tho Bout bon stock yards burned
last owning. From tho stock yards
tho llnmes spread to tho plant of tho
II. L. yissmun Packing Co. Tho loss
on tho stock yards pjaut Is estimated
at $200,000. Ten car loads of hogs
wore burqed, but tho. employes man
aged to savu most of the, cattle, sov
eral men receiving minor. Injuries
while so ongaged. The loss on the
V'lssman plant Is estimated at $50,000.
A Strike of PrlnVers.
NileB, ,Mlch, Nov. 6. Following , u
strike Tuesday of35 uqloneaiployes
of the jS'atlonal Ijrlntlng anoVISngrav
'Ing' qo. who demanded ailfclght-hoiir
dny, Manager Sleeper stated thai
henceforth the plant -will be operated
by non-union labor. ' ,
'Mining Whalers areSafe,
, San Francisco, Nov. ,(J.--The five
w)ia)nK Vessels of the Paclfjc coo3
Ueet which were thought, t6 have
beep caught In the Arctie.ice floes and
.for; the. safety or which grave1 .fears
vyero entertained, aro safo and should
arrive here shortly, Thls,word was
received Tuosday from Unalaska, The
vessels are said to bo on their, way to
tho open sea. .
Jury, In Adams Case ts.tanirid.
Rathdrum, Jdabo, Nov.'iThe Jut
for the trial of titevtt Adainxchui-tred
with the nun dor qf l-'redifyWr, vnu
connoted Tuesday. f - "
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BY BIG MAJORITIES
SETTS AND NEBRASKA.
AND ALSO IN KENTUCKY.
Democratic Candidate for Governor of
New Jersey Won-by 15,000 Dem
ocrats Defeated Fusfonists
In New York City.
riiliadclphla, Nov. 0. John O.
Shcatz, of Philadelphia, republican,
was elected state treasurer over John
G. Hnrninn, of Columbia county, dem
oerstt, nt Tuesday's olectlon In Penn
sylvania by 170,000 plumllty. Thkt
was tho onl) btato office vntul for and
a light voto wuh polled in nearly, oyory
county. Tho judicial contests In' Lu
zerne," Ts'orthnmpton and Schuylkill
brought out a ltu'lje vote. Ill thoso coun
ties. There wuo virtually little Inter
est In tho contests In other counties
which elected judges.
For the llrst time since 1004, there
wns no fusion ngalnst tho republican
stnte ticket. The Independent repub
lican clement which voted for tho
Lincoln party at the last two elections
voted for Shentz, who lias been In
sympathy with this element. Shcatz
has served threo terms In the stale
house of representatives nnd 4'otcd
against the orgnnUutlou on several
Important measures advocated by Its
Shcatz nnd llarman served together
In tho extra' jscsslon of 1S0G. They are
friends nnd avoided personalities In
their- canvass. Harman's most active
supporter was William, II. Bqrry, who
was elected state treasurer on tho fu
sion ticket two years ago and who
uncovered tho captol scandal,- which
the democratic, party made Its chief
issue it) its last two -state campaigns.
Joel Cook, republican, was elected
to congress from tho Second district,
to fill the vacancy caused by tho res
ignation of John B. lteybttrn, who was'
elected mayor of Philadelphia last
spring. Ills only opponent was a pro
hibitionist Tho election In Philadelphia passed
off very quietly, the republicans elect
ing nil their candidates by the usual
largo inaporlty. There was more In
terest taken In tho fate of the $10,000,
000 loan proposition than In tho suc
cess of any candldnto on tho city or
atnto ticket. Tho city party, tho re
form organization whlcji ha3 fought
the republlcnii organization for sev
eral yearn, went on record as against
the loan and in ado a light ugatost the
proposition. The returns show Hint
tho loan,- which hud tho solid backing
of tho republican lenders, carried tho
city by a majority considerably under
that given tho successful republican
'John O. Shcatz, tho republican can
dldnto for state ticasurcr, whoso
homo Is In this city, run stVung, and
his plurality will bo closo to G0.000 In
Now York, Nov. fi. -.Sufficiently
complete returns to mnko curtain tho
ultlmatn results show that republican
and Independence' lenguo fusion In
Now York county was defeated Tiles
dny by a straight demociatlc ticket;
thnt tho lmlepeudcnco league ticket
for nssociato justice of tho court of
appeals wan overwhelmingly beaten
by the Identlcil tickets of the repub
licans nnd democrats and that there
will be slight chuugc In the makeup of
the ututo itsionibly
In New York' City the Independence
lenguo court of appeals ticket was de
fqated 4 lo 1 and tho league vote, ini
tiate was light.
In the city Interest centered In the
county light, in which tho republican,
and Independence league forces op
posed the Tammany ticket. James r.
Gerard was elected to tho miprenio
court with a wldo margin over Llnp
IHtico. Thopias F. Foley defeated for
tlm sheriff's office tho fusion camll-1
date, .MuNlmlllnu F. Ihmsen, who Is
also prominent In the Independence
lenguo. fEatly rulurns gave Pojoy a
big lend, but this, lator-was .acalod
down until it showed a margin for tho
domnenajlo .candidate, jit 20.000. .v
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liwtrm, rr, Mrtiott and wiimrd
Bnt-tlplt. -nominated bV'Wh femtuHd'
atis aiiiUdemoerats, wore elected to
the court of appeals (ovcr tlf hIk-hIL
LyoiinyBatli a .former Drynn dewo
crat, rtBd Joan T. McDonoughV of Al
bany, n' former republicans both of
whom-werc nominated by tjio Indopo
nendence league, -
Boston, N'ov, 6. Tho republicans
won a swcfiilng victory In Tuesday's
election, re-electing Gov. Guild and all
othm' state offlqera. , Thn republic
ans -willhave their usual jnajotity in
both blanches of the legislature.
.Heturns indicate' Gcv, Guild's plu
iallty at 100,000. .
GOV. Guild was opposeil for re-Glee
tlon by six other randldiitcir) Henry
M, Whlfnoy, o( Brookllne, democratic
and also r,unnlng on two sets qf nomi
nation, liopcrs Thomas L. Illssen, of
Wct Hj)rlngfl'od t IndcpendenOe
league; Gen. Charles Bnrtlett.of Now
(on, nhtf-merger; Harvey S. Cowell, of
Ashburnhahi, prohibition; John W.
Brown, of Worcester, socialist, and
Thomas F. Brpnnnn, of Salem, social--1st
In Boston the feature of tho clce-
tlon was tho contest for district at
torney In which Joseph A JJennlson,
dem.f and Walter A. Webster, rep., op
posed the re-election.' of John B. Mo
ran, the candidate of the Independence
league arid also running on nomina
tion pullers. :Mornn was re-elected by
a large plurality. x
Illchmond, Va., Nov. G. The, elec
tion In Virginia was only for 'candi
dates to both branches of the legisla
ture. Tho democrats will control both
Iiousfb by tho usual "majorities.
In tho Eighth congressional district
C. C. Cnrlln, of Alexnndrla (dem.) was
elected to succeed Congressman J, F.
Itlxey by an overwhelming majority.
Tho election In tho Ninth congres
plonal district to fill the unexpired
term of Campbell Slump (rep.) will
nor, be hold until December 17.
Trenton, N. J., Nov, G. Returns
seem to. indicate the election of Frank
S. Katzenbnch, jr., (dem.) ns governor
by a plurality of from 10,000 to 20,000.
Mr, Katzeubach has not only made
heavy gains in north Jersey, but hits
olco cut down the normally largo re
publican majority In south Jersey.
It Is too eutly to forecast tho com
plexion of the legislature. The sen
ate will contlnuo republican. Tho
demqerats are believed to havo elect
ed llarrleon ovor Shlnu (rep.) In
Ocean county. This will Increnrfo the
democratic irprescntatiou In tho sen
ate from seven to eight. Tho re-election
of Senator Wakelee (rep.), of Ber
gen, and of. Senator Hlllcry (top.), of
.Morris, Is also In doubt
Half of tho assembly will probably
be democratic. The democrats have
carried Monmouth county anil prob
ubly Unlcn county.
Iioulsvlllo, Ky., Nov., G. Practically
complete returns from six reunites, ex
clusive of Lpuisvlllo und Jefferson
county, givp' Wilson, rep,, n plurnllty
of 1,000 over Hdger. dem., for govern
or, This Is a republican gain of 1,000
for these counties.
Later returns) show that Augustus
E. Wlllson, republican candldato for
governor, and tio entlro republican
stnto ticket havo been elected. by ma
jorities ranging from 0,000, to 10,000
and tho republicans have carried tho
city of LoulBvillo for both state ami
city tickets. Jamos F. Grjnstend, re
publican, Is elected mnjor of Louis
Vlllo by 3,000 majority.
The Indications for tho legislature
point to n democratic majority of
about 20 on Joint ballet, a heavy lm,a
for the democrats.
Salt Lako City, Nov. G. Municipal
candidates of the American (uutl-Mor-moi
party) probably will havo tho
largest plurality oyer given, in this
city, Bransford for mayor ,wlll have
7,000 to 10,000 plurality over Plumnier,
rep., and Morris, dfin., whoso strength
is eyenly divided, Tho Americans
will "control tho council. Thoy havo
boon in power for tho last two years.
Providence, R. I., Nov. G, With 37
or tho 107 voting districts In the state
to bo heard from, Gov. JnincS K, Hlg
glns, the democratic cundidnto for re
election, Is leading his republican op'
ponent, Lieut. Gov. Jackson, by less
than 1,000 votes. There" nro thre6
cities nud two Inrge towns to bo heard
from, und ns thoy are known to bo
Higglus strongholds, It is thought that
tho' present governor will bo re-elected
by a plurality of about 1,700..
Baltimore, Nov. jD. Only about 10
per cent, of tho city precincts havo
been heard fro-n and no llgilrea what
ever havo come from.thq comities of
tho stnto. Tho city precincts reported,
which -wore fccnttcred, Indicate u very
slight republican gain ub compared
with tho lost mayoralty election,
where. Jlahoql (dem.) won by aljout
Omaha, Nov. 0. Thqt M B, Reese,
ippubllcau, has been elected .justlcq of
tho supremo court by a majority of 12,
000 votca Is tho indication from re
turns made 'unusually Into because of
Will (ssue a New Currency.
New Orleans, Nov, 0, The Now Or
leans Clearing Houso association has
decided to issuo asset ,qurrnncy in do
iiquilnutlons of $0, $10 and $20, Tho
notes will-be 'received by any bank
which hoids'.iueniberHhlp.ln., tlio uuro
clnt)oii,.lnud aU.kbaiiks, stand i-cVpoutil-blojdr,
jhe p,ajynenLt.V tbq iiotes.'-Tliq
neiy currency, will b Issued by )ho
Individual banks and vlllbu socureti
by .deposits of securities with tho
clearing houso. It Is tlie first tlinO
that such" a step has been taken in tho
history of the lqra! clearing houso,
Tho ndbie falnllles'of Prussian Po
land havo becomo s& numerous as al
most to swamp tho ''common people
of'tho (iiovlnce. The tprlest Pf "'
village of kbhltis 'rldicd to rt clrduldr
iduuetl hy tho overnuJent that ovory
oiut in inir -t imuiiiuH in inn cunum
i ii a. f m . lit i t t .
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20c Pip Pound. Vs'M
AT ,' i -, "d ,.C1
T. J LUSCHI ' -1
Clothing, at your own
'f,0 are crowded too much, and
have decided to clean out our
Men's and Boy's clothing.
Como In and pick them out.
Take them homo, and look them '
over, ii not satisfactory, bring
them back and get pay (or your
We Must Make Room For
Stock OfShoe ,Goming h: "
I K Bkyfer
Corn . Bran
$1.00 per 100 lbs.
for chicken -cow or;
hors e delivered
anywhere in the
Try our Carna
tion flour $1.50 at
your grocers also
our new meal.
The Marion Milling
.&, Grain to ,
are a good many people at,
this season of the year, hut
there is no necessity for
this when there is-such a
irsa in Marion as oars. .
We offer to loan any
honest resident of Marion
all the money they neei
on their Furniture, Piano
Call, write or, phone, us
Loan Co. -
131 1-2 E. Center St
i barrel of sweet cider
per gallon 30 cts. '
1 barrel of-Sauer Kraut,
per quart 10 cts.
New boiled cider per
quart 36 cts. h
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