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Fourth 172 97
Fifth 159 53
Beventh 149
Ninth W 78
Tenth P 16
Eleventh 191 58
Totals 1.377 764
THIRI> WARD.
Prwinct. McKinley. Bryan.
First. 107 57
Second 48 41
Third 52 55
Fourth 11* 6S
Fifth 13S 72
Sixth I<-'" 88
Seventh 191 86
Eighth 219 144
Totals 974 609
FOURTH WARD.
Precinct. McKinley. Bryan.
First 150 91
Third 116 78
Fri-rth PS 57
Fifth W 10*
Sixth 178 M
Ninth UB 93
Eleventh 140 89
Twelfth 143 75
Totals 1.051 799
FIFTH WARD.
Precinct. McKinley. Bryan.
First 81 91
Second 142 87
Third 76 71
Fifth 95 91
Sixth 849 137
Seventh 109 89
Eighth 145 145
Ninth 93 150
Eleventh 40 60
Thirteenth 114 16S
Fourteenth SS 94
Totals 1,232 1,201
SIXTH WARD.
Precinct. McKinley. Bryani
First 82 107
Second 154 140
Thiid 162 112
Fourth 86 88
Fifth 22 27
Sixth 52 65
Seventh 136 122
Eighth 100 118
Ninth 167 125
Tenth 123 164
Eleventh 123 123
Twelfth 81 77
Thirteenth HO 125
Totals 1.408 1,393
SEVENTH vVAHIX
Precinct. McKinley. Bryan
First 293 116
Second 353 54
Third 289 23
Fourth 337 44
Fifth 296 71
Sixth 232 79
Seventh 256 69
Eighth 76 15
Ninth 106 43
2,238 514
EIGHTH WARD.
Precinct. McKinley. Bryan
First 191 101
Second 123 102
Third 237 161
Fourth 202 211
Fifth 164 158
Sixth 181 183
Seventh
Eighth 177 163
Ninth 88 130
Tenth 250 170
Eleventh 179 166
Twelfth
Thirteenth 140 209
Fourteenth 98 137
Fifteenth 88 12i
2,118 2,012
NINTH WARD.
Precinct. McKinley: Bryan
First
Second 145 48
Third 152 105
Fourth
Fifth 122 114
Sixth 66 46
Seventh
Eighth 97 148
Ninth 101 156
Tenth ..: 58 90
Eleventh ....
Twelfth 75 67
Thirteenth 92 51
908 825
TENTH WARD.
Precinct. McKinlev. Bryan.
First 115 83
Second 208 110
Third 136 104
Fourth 84 20
Totals 541 317
ELEVENTH WARD.
Precinct. McKinley. Bryan.
Fl:->t 86 59
Second
Thud'
Fourth 39 26
Tc-tals 125 85
*REfcAPITU_ATIO>\\
Wards. .McKinley. Brvan
First 2.071 1,157
Second 1,337 764
Third 947 609
Fourth 1,051 790
Fifth 1,232 1.201
Sixth 1,327 1,316
Seventh 2,233 514
Eighth 2,118 2,012
Ninth 908 825
Tenth 541 317
Eleventh 125 85
Country 415 214
Totals 14,387 9,834
McKinley's majority, 4,553.
♦Sixteen city and four country precincts
missing.
Sixty-seven of the 121 ptetbaocta in the
county give Gov. Clough a majority of
1134 votes over Lind. In the First and
Seventh wards Gov. Clough fell behind
his ticket. In all the wards Lind made
a better showing than Bryan, and in
some instances ran well up with Wag
ener. The best of the Republican
wards have been heard from at the
time this is written, and the indications
are that Gov. Clough will lose more
heavily as the count progresses. The
Democratic wards are likely to make a
strong showing for Lind as well as the
other candidates on his ticket, and if
T_ LEADER.
51 East Seventh St.
ROBERT IGEL, Proprietor.
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At.... «J
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the largest and best manufac
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At $5.98—
Beautiful Silk Waists, in fancy
stripes and Brocades, ail lined
and boned. Regular selling
prices,, SIO.OO, $12.50, and $15.00.
Choice ..$5.98
At 32=98—
Cashmeres, Series, Ladies'
Cloths and Fancy Checks, all
lined s'l_ and velvet trimming-,
navy, black", green: Regular
selling prices, $4.50, $5.00 and
SpfcCO.. Choice $2.98
At $3,29—
Corduroy Waists, -ivith laundered
collars, all leading shades, navy,
green and bro-.v-f. Regular
Taiue, $5.00. Choice $3.29
Clough carries the county it will be
by a; small majority.
Krahmer, for register of deeds, is
leading Manning with a large margin.
Donnelly, for county attorney, is lead
ing. Anderson. This contest promises
to result in a victory for AnderEon,
For abstract clerk, Bazille is leading
Tegeler, his Democratic opponent.
From appearances, the- three present
incumbents will be re-elerted to the
district bench. Judge Egan has se*
cured many votes in Republican. wards,
though O. B. Lewis may yet develop
the necessary strength. Cory and
Walsh are not in the fight.
Sheriff Chapel has run far behind
his ticket and if the few precincts that
I ere now in are an indication he will be
I beaten. Thirty precincts, including
j tmce of the Seventh ward, which gave |
j him his heaviest majorities, only give
j Chapel a total cf 2,338 votes. The samt
! precincts give Wagener 2,786 votes.
I Wagener was ahead of his ticket in i
j c\ cry precinct and in the Republican
■! strongholds of the First and Seventh
, wards actually ran ahead of Chapel
i in some precincts. The same rate of
: increase will give Wagener a majority
] cf at least l,f>oo over his opponent.
The indications are that Whitcomb
for coroner will defeat his Republican
j opponent by a small majority. In
every ward Whitcomb ran close to
Wagener. For register of deeds Man
ning appears to be in the rear beyond
lope of election. Willrich for probate
judge is leading, the thirty precincts
thus far heard from giving him a small
majority.
The legislative contests are ever here
in doubt. In the First ward Peterson
has a slight advantage over Lloyd, and
in the Second ward Dunn leads slight
| ly. In the Third ward Dallimore leads
Van Slyke in every precinct report
ed. In the Fourth Johns has the lead
over Hearn. In the Fifth Barta is
fliead of Douglas and in the Sixtn
McDonald is ahead of Dale, ln the
Seventh there is no contest, Scott hav
ing the field to himself. In the Eighth
no returns have been received up to
:: o'clock. In the Ninth Dr. Buckley
leads in the meager returns and in
the Tenth McGill has the best of the.
returns, though they are but a slight
portion of the district yet to hear from.
President. Governor.
!
g, 3 2 £. o 5' B B
t». „ *"-52go*--o!a
Wards 2. • 2. 2j 9 ; : g
and *** * - * * _
Precincts. ; • ; * '. • • P
••i: J : i :
WARD 1.
1 Prec 145 87 2 7 141 92 3 1
WARD 2.
3 Prec 207 119 5 3 192 119 .. ..
5 Prec 15S 52 . . 4 109 101 . . 3
10 Prec 28 16 2 ... 31 13 2 1
WARD 3.
1 Prec 107 57 .. .. 72 75 .. ..
3 Prec 52 o5 .. .. 46 60 .. ..
4 Prec 113 66 .. .. 91 9*2 .. 2
5 Prec 135 73 .. 4 128 86 8 ..
6 Prec 106 88 .. 1 95 85 .. 2
7 Prec 181 80 .. 3 185 84 3 3
WARD 4.
1 Prec 150 91 .. 4 144 98 .. ..
3 Prec 116 78 .. 2 101 90 1 3
4 Prec 58 69 .. 2 60 69 . . 2
5 Prec 98 102 .. 2 98 97 4 ..
8 Free 176 136 .. 2 170 128 4 ..
9 Prec 122 93 .. 4 117 93 6 ..
10 Prec 98 57 .. 1 92 60 4- . .
11 Prec 140 89 .. 3 134 94 4 1
12 Prec 157 76 .. .. 160 67 2 ..
WARD 5.
1 Prec 81 91 77 78 6 2
2 Prec 142 87 .. 5 142 83 2 1
3 Prec 7ff 71 .. 4 79 75 2 1
4 Prec 133 91 1 3 130 95 4 ..
10 Prec 50 47 2 4 40 55 1 1
11 Prec 40 60 1 1 38 53 4 3
14 Prec 100 90 .. 3 91 93 1 4
WARD G.
1 Prec 62 107* .. 2 45 110 2 7
4 Prec 86 88 .. .. 86 78 ..
5 Prec 22 27 .. .. 19 27 2 ..
fi Prec 53 66 2 3 46 74 . . 3
8 Prec 112 126 2 4 102 136 3 4
11 Prec 123 123 .. .. 101 124 2 8
12 Prec 81 77 .. 2 75 78 .. ..
j WARD 7.
3 Prec 286 23 . . 8 284 29 1 ..
6 Prec 237 81 3 9 229 85 .. ..
8 Prec 76 15 .. .. 71 18 .. ..
9 Pree 106 43 1 4 98 51 1 1
WARD 8.
2 Prec 126 105 2 2 134 108 . . 2
9 Prec •*-<• 128 .. 1 82 144 3 1
15 Pree 83 114 1 7 83 115 1 1
WARD 9.
6 Prec 64 46. .. 1 66 46 .. 1
11 Prec 94 164 1 2 88 180 1 6
13 Prec 92 51 .... 78 63 3 2
WARD 10.
1 Prec 116 81 16 1 100 81 1
2 Prec 198 103 18 3 145 128 3 1
3 Prec 142 li; 2 5 2 129 112 2 ..
4 Prec 84 20 1 .. 73 34 .. 1
WARD 11.
1 Prec 93 56 2 1 68 76 .. ..
4 Prec 39 26 1 1 46 20 1 0
Lieut.- Secy Treas- Att'y
Gov. State. urer. Gen.
O W B ffi f*s gO«
'5- 2 ™ ° ° o "-"" <»
Wards g" - 9 " 2 3 5 H »
and ; 3. : g* g a • :
Precincts. • : ; a .*• g ;
:'•:'■'• ? ■ '•
WARD 1.
1 Prec 141 91 145 85 141 S3 134 7S*
WARD 2.
3 Prec 193 104 196 ISB- 206.98 188- 9*
5 Free 137 60 154 50 155 4ii 143 45
10 Prec 27 13 25 12 24 14 24 13
WARD 3.
1 Prec 74 54 84 42 74 52 73 4S
3 Prec 42 60 50 52 48 53 48 49
4 Prec 107 71 116 60 111 63 108 60
5 Prec 125 79 137 75 '34 70 126 73
6 Prec 88 SO 102 69 99 64 92 68
7 Prec 182 85 188 7G 183 78 172 75
WARD 4.
1 Free 141 85 14S 79 151 80 ISS 75
3 Prec 106 84 113 73 113 76 107 70
4 Prec 55 66 60 65 62 60 57 58
5 Prec 97 I*o 95 93 96 94 97 80
8 Prec 169 129 104 126 168 120 162 123
9 Prec 118 95 117 88 122 8-4 111 85
10 Prec 90 62 100 53 99 57 102 47
1 11 Prec 134 94 135 90 141 86 1"4 86
12 Prec 151 71 147 75 149 72 147 70
WARD 5.
1 Prec 79 76 83 73 83 68 fil 67
2 Prec 142 74 142 79 112 73 136 73
3 Prec 79 71 73 72 81 69 75 63
4 Prec 123 90 136 SI 113 75 134 76
--10 Prec 45 49 47 49 51 47 48 42;
11 Prec 37 57 40 56 41 El 35 51
14 Prec 89 94 92 91 98 86 83 91
AVARD «.
1 Prec 57 102 61 9<v 74 89 58 88.
4 Prec 90 69 S8 68 93 68 92 66
--5 Prec 19 24 20 25 21 27 20- 24
6 Pree 57 59 56 61 59 59 51 56
8 Prec 113 122 125 114 132 104 115 106
11 Tree 115 103 118 102 131 93 107 104
12 Prec 78 73 81 71 85 66 76 65
WARD 7.
3 Prec 296 20 291 22 296 20 289 IV
6 Pry 241 74 246 70 242 76 245 64:
8 Prec 74 15 72 17 72. 16 73 14
9 Prec 102 45 10S *4 106 42 103 37
WARD 8.
2 Prec 120 1-3 115- 111 126 102 .. ..
9 Prec 81 145 85 140 84 137 S3 135
15 Prec 84 120 80 121 83 114 82 105:
WARD 9.
C Prec 66 43' 70 40 61 49 59 42:
11 Prec 83 172 90 164 100' 149 85 162 :
. 13' Pree 83" 54 92 50 85 52 76 49 :
WARD 10.
1 Prec... 105 73 100 80 115 74 106 70
2 Prec 171 95 17T 85 199 88 196 79' i
3 Prec 137 87 140 83 145 85 151 77i
4 Prec 84 19 83 19 84 22 88 13!
WAIRB 11.
1 Prec 79 66 85 60 84 62 78 53i
4_ Prec 39 34 35 87 41 34 37 32
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1898.
. For
Congress. For District Judges.
' wards § ; ff r ? I r r *
and • ; : ; : . ; :
Precincts. j • • ■ j : • •
WARD 1.
I Prec 139 87 141 103 148 78 114 68
WARD 2.
3'Preo 198 107 200 124 185 88 170 84
5 Preo 145 48 148 62 120 50 131 51
10 Prec 26 17 31 16 28 8 19 6
WARD 3.
1 Prec 79 52 79 56 51 58 56 43
3 Prec 49-. 49- 40 65 22 62 36 60
4 Prec 107 65 109 74 99 70 95 63
5 Prec 129 ?2 124 103 117 71 105 57
6 Prec 95 69 86 79 70 81 72 57
7 Prec 173 86 172 111 151 81 129 73
WARD 4.
1 Prec 132 93 135 111! 126 67 105 71 I
3 Prec 107 75 107 97 85 72 85 71
4 Prec 53 60 55 69 48 59 43 51
5 Prec 95 91 92 121 84 61 63 68
8 Prec 169 137 155 168 155 119 129 123
9 Prec 11l 90 115 104 105 71 97 82
10 Prec 95 59 92 88 61 53 66 56 I
11 Prec 136 88 138 168 128 85 107 76
12 Prec 151 69 140 93 127 73 112 66
WARD 5.
1 Prec 79 80 82 89 85 61 65 71
2 Prec 139 78 148 96 133 64 104 52
3 Prec 82 65 75 86 83 50 61 52
4 Prec 129 89 141 114 139 65 116 78
10 Prec 51 48- 50 59 50 50 36 44
11 Prec 40 62 41 54 35 55 34 50
14 Prec 98 92 104 80 93 85 90 70
WARD O.
1 Prec 60 100 64 94 64 70 60 81
4 Prec 88 70 86 77 82 59 93 71
5 Prec 18 24 19 24 12 21 14 28
6 Prec 54 38 56 54 56 47 56 58
8 Prec 121 103 110 68 130 108
11 Prec 107 112 116 111 114 87 115 91
12 Prec 85 70 81 72 71 64 92 73
WARD 7.
3 Prec 130 35 294 70 277 40 241 14
6 Prec 239 72 247 116 245 58 193 47
8 Prec 72 18 73 21 71 13 63 16
9 Prec I*o2 44 112 66 105 30 73 2«
WARD 8.
2 Prec 112 109 119 122 122 80 102 77
9 Prec 77 142 88 135 84 112 64 133
15 Prec 89 113 91 127 94 93 73 97
WARD 9.
6 Prec 64 46 65 53 56 37 45 58
II Prec 94 158 90 153 92 127 88 164
13 Prec 83 49 91 52 91 38 78 51
WARD 10.
1 Prec 94 75 125 70 110 57 112 64
2 Prec... 173 78 202 83 179 74 190 82
3 Prec 137 90 152 81 126 72 141 97
4 Prec 76 22 87 19 79 17 75 16
WARD 11.
1 Prec 86 59 84 66 69 67 67 61
4 Prec 43 34 36 40 35 30 30 32
Auditor. Treasurer. Sheriff.
■"-•_- 9 g -J$ Js' S
Wards W §* W S f S *5 9
and _■ 3 ? ! § B a 8
Precincts. ? r* : f* • % • *?
: ; : • • S. • ' •
WARD 1.
I Prec 159 65 10 134 96 4 90 143
WARD 2.
3 Prec. ...213 78 9 188 115 4 155 159
5 Prec 149 46 7 149 34 2 121 90
10 Prec 30 6 5 28 11 .. 25 20
WARD 3.
1 Prec 84 41 9 82 57 2 64 81
3 Prec 60 43 .. 57 44 .. 37 74
4 Prec 126 63 6 114 71 3 81 103
5 Prec 141 52 10 115 92 6 92 116
6 Prec 97 68 7 94 91 .. 72 112
7 Prec 190 66 9 177 87 7 139 134
WARD 4.
1 Prec 140 70 26 142 86 2 116 124
3 Prec. ...112 70 5 110 82 3 103 97
4 Prec 65 55 3 64 60 1 50 79
5 Prec 100 94 .. 90 101 2 88 110
8 Prec 164 122 14 164 134 1 128 191
9 Prec 116 87 10 112 95 5 104 113
10 Prec 104 48 5 98 58 1 72 90
11 Prec 147 76 9 135 45 3 88 150
12 Prec 144 73 5 144 76 5 110 123
WARD 5.
1 Prec 85 68 6 78 79 1 45 120
2 Prec- 146 57 14 139 76 6 120 104
3 Prec 88 53 7 84 64 3 69 87
4 Prec 131 78 9 136 88 3 94 130
10 Prec 45 44 3 53 44 2 29 71
11 Prec 37 48 8 48 50 1 24 77
14 Prec 101 79 5 103 86 4 72 127
WARD «.
1 Prec 62 86 16 65 97 2 40 123
4 Prec 97 64 2 98 65 2 83 86
5 Prec 20 22 4 21 24 2 21 29
6 Prec 63 54 7 63 57 3 42 83
8 Prec 116 109 8 124 108 3 74 165
11 Prec 123 84 19 138 90 5 86 147
12 Prec 93 55 .. 93 71 .. 63 96
WARD 7.
3 Prec 287 21 4 275 35 5 229 90
6 Prec 237 59 15 226 85 11 197 125
8 Prec 75 12 3 73 15 1 56 34
9 Prec 109 30 5 105 38 1 85 68
WARD 8.
2 Prec 113 108 8 90 143
9 Prec 78 138 4 86 137 6 63 171
15 Prec 89 98 13 94 104 6 55 152
WARD 1).
6 Prec 65 34 8 59 49 1 40 74
11 Prec 106 138 15 104 155 5 67 196
13 Prec 96 39 1 82 58 2 74 67
WARD 10.
1 Prec 113 66 .. 124 64 24 106 89
2 Prec 205 56 2 171 87 36 203 93
3 Prec 151 73 7 137 94 13 139 100
4 Prec 79 17 3 80 23 1 79 25
WARD 11.
1 Prec 100 39 6 78 62 6 62 76
4 Prec 39 26 .. +2 27 1 24 50
Register County Judge Coro-
Deed*. Att'y Probate ner.
3 5 I & I* rff 2
er tt 25* 1 2 o r
Wards Er-"22.o~'r*ig;
and %. n g •"" *-"■ j j g
Precincts. : '. j i" ; • • 9
WARD 1;
j 1 Prec 142- 98 133 106 123 107 123 119
\ WARD 2.
| 3 Prec 195 112 184 123 177 122 159 132
5 Prec 154 52 154 50 147 53 143 64
10 Prec 25 17 23 18 26 17 25 20
! WARD 3.
I 1 Prec 77 63 72 59 77 53 75 63
! 3 Prec 45 57 42 57 39 63 36 66
I 4 Prec 118 68 105 80 105 73 93 94
' 5 Prec 126 83 108 93 107 93 103 113
6 Prec 104- 78 95-83 91 80 96 86
7 Prec 177 93 154 111 149 101 143 124
WARD 4.
1 Prec 142 92 125 114 122 94 107 130
: 3 Prec 100 90 88 100 96 89 76 116
4 Prec 47 82 82 73 54 68 52 74
5 Prec 84 106 80 108 68 176 60 121
8 Prec 154 138 169 118 13 150 119 25
9 Prec 115 95 106 106 105 105 98 112
10 Prec 89 69 76 75 83 77 102 54
11 Pree 130 107 128 105 130 95 111 123
!12 Prec 137 89 129 97 122 98 99 124
WARD 5.
1 Prec 78 83 70 94 81 82 74 88
2 Prec 139 82 123 98 124 94 138 115
3 Prec 66 84 60 91 63 80 61 94
4 Prec 135 89 114 103 118 95 119 105
II Prec 43 53 35 62 44 49 38 61
14 Prec 105 86 91 102 106 80 91 101
WARD O.
I
1 Prec 68 92 60 102 67 88 57 107
4 Prec 97 69 89 78 S7 80 89 75
5 Prec 18 29 18 29 19 26 18 28
6 Prec 60 59 54 66 53 74 48 72
8 Prec 114 121 92 142 116 118 97 141
11 Prec 140 87 110 11+ 121 96 114 117
12 Prec 87 .72 76 78 83 72 69 891
WARD 7.
.3 Prec 276 38 243 80 259 48 237 81
6 Prec 210 105 211 117 204 103 187 134
8 Prec .... 64 24 63 •* 21 61 24 58 32
9 Prec 95 49 84 63 88 47 84 62
"WARD 8.
2 Prec 11l- 119 106 124 98 130 88 144
--9 Prec 85 142 73 15S- 72 144 68 163
WARD 9.
6 Prec 54 58 46 67 39 72 50 63
11 Prec 106 150 94 167 101 150 94 174
--13 Prec 89 60 84 69 79 61 89 54.
WARD 10.
1 Prec 118 73 115 78 120 73 113 85
2 Prec 189 93 196 88 196 95 134 107
3 Prec 148 89 145 93 134 98 130 110
4 Prec 79 24 83 21 80 22 73 30
WARD 11.
I Pree 84 64 77 71 79 64 72 78
-1 Prec 30 40 29 44 26 39 28 46
Abstract Sur- Court
Clerk. veyor. Com'r.
fie h "? o canes?
_.*-?. X -j =: *2 _>
Words 000 2 _£■_••
and :*•?:-":•*:
Precincts. [ '• ; j : : : :
WARD 1.
1 Prec 156 82 160 72 5 130 78 27
WARD a.
3 Prec 189 116 199 104 . . 184 90 28
5 Prec 147 51 157 42 6 141 44 16
10 Prec 29 13 31 8
"WARD 3.
I Prec 76 49 79 48 3 74 42- 8
3 Prec 46 54 41 54 .. 44 59 ..
- Prec 11l 64 116 63 6 106 64 12
5 Prec 130 73 128 74 5 112 76 15
6 Prec 99 79 102 66 6 87 63 22
7 Prec 186 73 185 72 3 166 70 21
WARD 4. r '
1 Prec 144* 86 150 72 13 131 69 29
3 Prec 105 75
4 Prec 59 61 61 58 4 60 59 7
5 Prec 97 82 99 85 .. 85 79 20
8 Prec 152 143 136 159 127 168 134 164
9 Prec 125 84 121 86 7 106 82 20
10 Prec 106 50 100 57 .. 88 63 5
11 Prec 143 87 139 83 8 120 86 25
12 Prec 140 76 141 77 2 132 70 21
WARD 5.
1 Prec..... 73 88 83 75 .. 73 69 16
2 Prec 141 74 142 77 6 126 72 18
3 Prec 78 70 73 70 8 67 59 17
4 Prec 136 80 126 90 5 124 74 21
U Prec 41 56 40 53 5 39 48 11
14 Prec 92 97 106 79 7 98 77 16
WARD O. — -
1 Pree 67 91 65 81 10 60 68 27
4 Pree 99 66 95 69 7 85 69 7
5 Prec 24 22 19 25 4 22 24 3
6 Prec 58 68 57 63 1 56 57 9
8 Prec... 108 125 119 100 17 106 94 34
II Prec 99 116 119 92 12 105 82 33
12 Prec 78 77 80 69 7 80 64 12
WARD 7.
3 Prec 283 33 278 31 2 257 28 25
6 Prec 240 73 248 62 9 215 54 5
8 Prec 73 16 73 13 2 68 12 8
9 Prec 106 36 105 37 4 94 32 13
WARD Bft.
2 Prec 135 93 5 111 94 23
9 Prec 76 149 75 137 15 78 127 18
WARD O.
6 Pree 79 33 67 43 .. 58 42 7
II Prec... 81 110 89 157 12 86 143 25
13 Prec 89 51 84 51 2 83 15 5
WARD 10.
1 Prec 128 68 124 66 6 114 67 11
2 Prec 202 76 207 74 8 215 85 10
3 Prec 146 42 142 87 10 123 82 7
4 Prec 84 17 85 16 2 81 18 3
WARD 11.
1 Prec 81 62 78 63 7 81 57 8
4 Prec. ■ ... 30 45 37 32 4 33 M 6
County Commissioners.
K-►S2 _ s 9 _
a__np o C- g
2.2 —P 5. d 2. *"*
S-3 B to "■ o ** "?
Wards J" : _ 9 - 3 •"* •
and • : 1 P P § : ;
Precincts. '. o '. ; ■ ! '•
• * "* J •;■.•..!:' *
WARD 1.
1 Prec 150 99 143 78 136 81 128 83
WARD 2.
5 Prec 148 51 150 44 143 45 140 43
3 Prec 181 109 190 103 175 187 172 113
10 Prec 24 16 20 13 22 14 20 12
WARD 3.
1 Prec 70 57 62 45 65 41 61 44
3 Prec 44.51 45 53 38 52 37 43
4 Prec 115 64 109 58 110 60 '03 50
5 Prec 128 85 121 75 319 '.6 118 09
6 Prec 92 81 86 68 83 58 '0 06
7 Prec 166 98 156 81 150 81 147 76
WARD 4.
1 Prec 133 93 131 89 124 72 120 76
3 Prec 103 87 106 64 105 03 105 59
4 Prec 60 66 57 57 51 56 '7 60
5 Prec 82 106 78 89 79 79 S3 83
8 Prec 148 -146 149 145 149 145 ".50 145
9 Prec 11l 99 107 93 102 92 100 £,0
10 Prec 94 60 8T 62 84 CO S6 t'l
11 Prec 134 97 135 85 126 80 134 87
12 Prec 132 88 123 81 123 76 125 70
WARD B.
1 Prec 72 84 77 88 79 70 70 68
2 Prec 137 78 140 77 133 68 122 72
3 Prec... 70 74 69 75 71 68 OS 70
4 Prec 133 87 132 90 334 79 131 '5
10 Prec 50 47 56 45 54 44 48 46
11 Prec 41 58 41 57 36 60 3i 56
14 Prec 97 82 101 86 99 71 90 77
WARD G.
1 Prec 60 91 63 86 54 92 58 96
4 Prec 84 70 83 57 84 73 85 77
5 Prec 22 24 17 24 16 27 'i o_6
6 Prec 58 58 54 50 54 57 "1 C 6
8 Prec 107 100 114 84 102 98 133 124
11 Prec 116 86 115 82 105 99 323 105
12 Prec 73 70 81 58 61 32 H '8
WARD 7.
3 Prec 274 51 272 38 275 38 ?55 28
« Prec 221 136 215 74 231 76 196 71
8 Pree 79 21 68 22 70 14 OS 17
9 Prec 98 47 92 41 97 37 94 35
WARD 8.
2 Prec 107 109 110 100 107 99 108. 97
9 Prec 7S 139 80 128 76 135 66 138
15 Prec 88 107 80 109 71 109 75 107
WARD 8.
6 Prec 57 55 59 45 62 42 r >2 46
11 Prec 94 155 195 149 81 137 n 356
13 Prec 91 51 85 50 87 50 89 46
WAH3D 10.
1 Prec 120 76 114 68 111 68 112 74
2 Prec 202 89 197 86 186 88 185 83
3 Prec 144 88 137 79 136 82 124 So
4 Prec 80 26 76 25 80 16 77 18
WARD 11.
1 Prec 76 61 70 66 71 62 09 58
4 Prec 27 40 33 47 32 34 29 g
Tri-Stato Gun Content.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3.— The contest for the
trl-state cup, open to sharp shooters ln New
York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania on the
grounds of the Endeavor Gun club, at Mar
ina, N. J., today, was won by John R. Wins,
ton, of New York. As he was the donor of
the cup, he put it up again for competition
between Capt. John L. Brewer, of New York,
and Charles Smith, of Plairrfteld, N. J., who
tied with 38 points. Smith won the shoot
off.
The Gridiron.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 3.— University
of Pennsylvania, 30; Dickinson college, 2.
Not a Camel.
Texas- Sifter.
A New York gentleman advertised for m
servant, and among those who applied for
the position was a humpback.
"Your recommendations and references are
all right, but I cannot take you."
"What is the reason- that you object to- me?"
asked the applicant.
"I don't care to tell you. I don't care to
hurt your feelings."
"You object to me because I've got a hump
on my back, I suppose."
"That's IL"
"Well, you will be kind enough to tell me
how many humps a man must have on his
back before he finds favor in your sight."
Recreant.
Life.
He ran down the gangplank and kissed
her.
"Henry!" she exclaimed, "where is the
poodle?"
"Dearest," he said, "it fell overboard."
She wrung her hands.
"Why did the steamer not stop to rescue?
it?"
"They only stop to save human life," he
explained.
"Then, Henry, why didn't you jump over
board?"
I~L"« /J™" are the only office in thecity
yy w~\ giving a : written guasantee for
*^~* five years with all work. Ex
aminations nnd estimates free.
DR. RAMSEY, _______
. Corner Sixth and Minnesota Streets.
mmmmmm mmmmummmmmmmammwmmmnmmmunmmt
HOUSE WITH fll|«
M'KINLEY WILL BE BACKED BY A
GOOD SOI M) MONEY MA
JORITY.
SENATE CLAIMED AS WELL
CHAIRMAN BABCOCK SAYS IT "WILL,
PASS OUT OP SILVER
CONTROL.
DECISIVE VERDICT OF PEOPLE
I» Counted on to S«ln« Some o_ the
Doubtful Senators Into
Line.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.— At mid
night Chairman Babcock gave out the
following statement:
"The returns received up to this
hour fully verify the predictions which
have been made by the Republican
congressional committee.
The 55th congress will contain nearly,
if not as many, Republican lnembers
as did the 54th. I believe that the
senate will-have a good working sound
money majority, and I feel confident
that the decisive verdict of the people
will bring into line many senators who
have hitherto wavered in regard to the
silver question and have cast their
votes with the silver party. Mr. Mc-
Kinley will have behind him not only
a sound money house, but a sound
money senate as well, both thoroughly
committed to a protective tariff.
Chicago, Nov. 4.— The Chicago Trib
une at 1:30 this morning claims that
the next congress will stand Republi
can 233; Democrat 111, and 13 indepen
dent, made up of Populists and free
silver Republicans.
New York, Nov. 4.— At 1:30 a, m.
the returns from the various states
indicate the election of 209 Republican
congressmen, and 85 Democrats. The
present complexion of the house is 224
Republicans, 105 Democrats, 6 Pop
ulists and one sliver party.
Ohio Delegation.
COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 4.— At la. m., the re
turns indicate the election of seventeen Re
publicans and two Democrats to congress and
two districts in doubt.
ILLINOIS ALL ONE WAY.
Cook. County Alone Gave McKinley
K«,000 Majority.
CHICAGO, Nov. 3.— Chicago com
plete, except two precincts, which maj
not be obtained tonight, give McKinley
199.428; Bryan 142,436, a majority ol
50,987 for the former.
"I am elected all right," said Capt.
Tanner, as he came in the Republican
state headquarters. "Illinois is safely
Republican by 100,000, with strong prob
ability to be 150,000," said Chairman
Jameson,
A dispatch from Champagne say.3
that McKinley will have a plurality of
2,500. Advices from Dwight indicate'
that Livingston county has gone 2,000
for McKinley. Morris has gone 4,000 for
McKinley.
Gov. Altgeld was seen at the Palmer
house tonight in regard to the state
ment sent out that he had conceded
his defeat in Illinois and was asked
if he desired to make any statement.
He replied that he had made no state
ments, thus far, tonight.
LARGEST EVER KNOWN
Is the Majority for McKinley In Wis.
con nine.
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 3.— Returns re
ceived up to 11:30 indicate that McKin
ley has carried the state by the largest
plurality ever known. The vote on the
state ticket falls below that for the
presidential, for the reason that the
gold Democrats have no state ticket in
the field to offset the fusion of the Pop
ulists and silver Democrats. Relative
ly, however, the plurality for the Re
publican state ticket ls the largest in
the history of the state.
SLOW IN -WASHINGTON,
But the Returns Favor the McKinley
Electors.
TACOMA. Wash., Nov. 3.— A large
vote has been polled in this city, and
as far as can be learned all over Wash
ington. The counting promises to be
late, and if the state is close, as seems
likely, results may not be obtained be*
fore tomorrow.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 3.— Returns are
coming in so slowly it is impossible to
make any estimate of the state. The
vote is very close. Indications point
to Republican gains, but the vote will
be close. Fusionists continue to claim
everything by a large majority, while
the Republican state headquarters are
confident of small plurality.
Oregon Claimed.
CHICAGO. Nov. 3.— Senator John H. Mitch
ell, of Oregon, telegraphed as follows to Ihe
Associated Press: Incomplete returns inli
cate this county. Including PortKp.d. pives
about 6.000 plurality for McKinley aM Ho
bart. Clatsop county. Including Astoria, 750.
Partial returns indicate state safe 'or He
publican ticket by 6,000 to 8,000.
Portland. Or., Nov. 3.— Oregon, '„000 ma
jority for McKinley.
Silver Wins ln Montana.
BUTTE, Mont., Nov. 3.— Bryan's majority
In the state may reach 15,000. Hartman, silver
Republican, is, elected to congress by 8,000 to
10,000 over Goddard, regular Republican.
Nearly the entire Democratic-Populist fusion
state ticket ls elected.
Close In Wyoming,
CHEYENNE. Wyo., Nov. 3.— 10 p. m.—Re
turns coming very slow. Indicatio-a point
to small majority for the winning candidates,
both on the electoral and congressional tick
ets. The election may not be settled before
tomorrow night.
WroininK Beats Bryan.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Nov. 3.— Eighteen pre
cincts out of a total of 297 give McKinley
842, Bryan 761, a Democratic gain of 183. The
same gain throughout the- state will give
Bryan 1,050 plurality.
KEYSTONE STATE.
The Majority In Pennsylvania Will
Be Over 300,0-00.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 3.—
Pennsylvania gives McKinley a plur
ality of over 300,000.
Everything: In Conneetlcnt.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 3.— Returns
from every town In the 168 in Connecticut,
with the exception cf Windham, -with a vote
of about 1,500, Indicate that McKinley has
carred Connecticut by about 40,000. In twen
ty-four senatorial districts, not a Democratic
candidate has been elected. In the house, out
of 252 representatives, there will be less than
forty Democrats.
New Hampshire 20,000.
CONCORD. N. H., Nov. 3.— New Hampshire
returns came in very slowly, on account of the
number of names on the ticket, but each
precinct reported showed a gain for McKinley
and indicated McKinley's plurality to be 20,000.-
The Palmer and Buckner ballot was very
light. Ramsdell, for governor, win have the
largest plurality ever given a Republican gov
ernor in New Hampshire.-
Lnri;e Majority in Maine.
PORTLAND. Me., Nov. 3.— The election in:
Maine proved one of the quietest in th«
state's history. Generally the returns showed;
'&' falling off In the" Democratic vote "and a
slight increase in the Republican vote, vhich
.accounts, in a great measure, for the h»avy
Republican pl_r_lity-, estimated at -0,)00. The;
vote cast for- Palmer and Buckner was not as:
heavy as .anticipated. .
West Virginia Carrie*.
WHEELING, W. Va., Nov. 4.— No official
returns have been received from any part of
this" state at 1 o'clock, but semi-official reports
from about half the state show Republican
gains everywhere, and there is now no longer
any doubt that McKinley has carried West
Virginia.
ia-ttle Hl.od<. Inland.
PROVIDENCE, R. 1., Nov. 3.-The state
has given McKinley an overwhelming m;i-
Jority. The Democrats themselves admit Mc-
Kinley has a plurality of 15.C00. The vote
for the gold candidates is very small.
Maryland Majority.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 3.— lndications at mid
night are that McKinley leads Bryan by
30,000, 20,000 of which has been contributed
by Baltimore city, heretofore a Gibraltar of
Democracy. About Aye Republican congress
men have been surely elected.
Vermont Majority.
MONTPELIER, Vt., Nov. 3.-As near as
can now be calculated, the Republican plural
ity will be 35.000.
,io\!'s b_i;ff"l\g.
At 1 O'clock He Insisted on Bryan's
Flection.
CHICAGO, Nov. 4.— At 1:15 a. m.,
Chairman Jones said:
"This whole affair this evening has
been most extraordinary, I have just
received word from Raleigh, N. C,
which ""states that North Carolina is !
absolutely safe for Bryan, and by at '
least - 20>000 majority and yet reports I
have been giving: it to McKinley. This -j
is only a specimen of the way things
are going. The Republicans seem to
have taken charge of the returns and
are sending them to suit their own
purpose. There is something wrong
about the way things have been going
tonight."
Both Democrats and Populists em
phatically claim Bryan's election. "I
believe the early reports are to prepare
the country to believe that McKinley
is elected," said Chairman George W.
Washburn, of the Populist national
committee. "Our private advices from
the states that we have claimed de
not Indicate that McKinley has car
rie* one of them and we feel justineo
in claiming that these early Republi
can reports are for the purpose of pre
paring the country to believe McKinley
is elected, whether he is or not, and
in case of a close vote, should a contest
be made, it would operate to their ad
vantage.
"We are not justified ln yielding a
single one of the states which we have
claimed. At 1 a m. all reports that
we have received justify us in believ
ing that Bryan is elected. If we carry
Indiana and Michigan, and our reports
justify us in claiming- them, we can
lose Kentucky, which we still claim,
Maryland, Delaware and West Virgin
ia and still win. Our strength lies in
the rural districts which will not be
heard from until tomorrow. I think
you will agree with me in this," said
Mr. Washburn, turning to Senator
Jones.
"I do most emphatically," said he.
"They can't figure out McKinley's elec
tion tonight. It's purely a game of
bluff. We have the same facilities as
they for arriving at results, and there
is no justification in their returns."
FOOLISH,
Indeed, Was tlie Code Duello ln All
Its Phases.
Gentleman's Magazine.
The dueling hero ot the first years of the
Century in France was the Marquis Merle
de Sainte Marie, whose encounters were al
most incessant. One of his "affairs of hon
or" was so silly that it helped to set in mo
tion the current of ridicule which has made
dueling a pastime so much less honorable
than it once was. One day another famou*
duelist, Pierrot d'lsaac, came to see his
friend, the- Marquis M«rle de Sainte Marie. It
should, perhaps, be explained that in French
pierrot means sparrow and merle means black
bird. "Marquis," said d'lsaac, "I am a Bon
apartist and you are a Royalist. Moreover,
I am the sparrow and. you are the blackbird.
Doesn't It strike you that there is one bird,
of us too many?" "It does, precisely," said
the Marquis. "My choice is pistols, and, as
is appropriate for birds of our species, let
ua fight in the trees." As if it were not a
sufficiently ridiculous thing that one man
should challenge another because his name
was Sparrow and the other Blackbird, the
duel was actually fought from trees, the sec
onda standing oh the ground below.
The pistols were fired at the signal. There
wu'a rustling among' the leaves of one of
tho chestnut trees. It waß Pierrot d'lsaac, .
who, wounded severely 'in one leg, came tum
bling to the ground— "just like a ripe chest
nut," said one of Sainte Marie's supporters.
Fortunately he caught hold of one* of the low
er branches and was- helped to the ground
by his seconds: At this point the marquis be
gan to chirp triumphantly, imitating the song
of a blackbird. This was a fresh' insult, to
be atoned for in but*,, one way. and d'lsaacr
waited for his wound to recover, only to chal
lenge Sainte Marie for -the chirp. This time
there was nothing amusing about the duel.
It was fought with swords, and Stainte Marie
was badly wounded — the sparrow had avenged
himself on the blackbird.
THE OLD LADY
Didn't See Any Protection In Air
Ctishons When There Were No
Seats.
Chicago Times-Herald. •
She was evidently unused to riding in ele
vators. When she stepped Into 'one at the
Masonic Temple she gave a litt_ gasp and;
clung timidly to the arm of the man who
accompanied her;
"Oh, John," she said as she caught her
breath again, "Oh, John! Supposing the
ropes should break."
"That would be all right, mother," he an
swered, with an indignant look at th.? grin
ning elevator man. "Even if the car did fall
It wouldn't run down and strike en the
bottom with a thud. The air cushions would
break tho force of the fall, so that no one
would receive any injury worse than a severe
shaking up."
The old lady looked •at him wunderingly.
Evidently she suspected him of trying to play
a kindly trick upon her. When' he smiled'
she was sure this was the case., anil her ex
pression changed to one of reproof.
"That's usually so. mother," the young
man said earnestly, answering her :-eproach
ful gaze. "That's the honest truth."
"But, John," she said slowly, apparently ar
guing the matter in her own mind; "but.
John, what good would the air cushions do?
There lsnt but one seat in the box, and the
man who manages the thing has cot 'hat,
and, besides, even if they had seats pinning
all around the oar, they'd only protect a
few people. They'd always be a lot of others
standing up, and what good would the air
cushions do them?"
To. Irrigate the Desert.
Boston Courier.
Jones — What do you think of that project
of the Enterprise Brewing company?
Robinson— What is it?
Jones — They propose to establish a branch
ln the Desert of Sahara and open beer sa-.
loons at each oasis.
The nti«fa.
Up- to- Date.
Cholly— What do you think, deah boy? That
beastly tailor sent me a bill today, and it is
a week yet until the Ist.
Freddie — I guess he was sending early to
avoid the rush.
mmm
A Bad Sign.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"I think there must be something serious
the. matter with Proudpop."
"Why?"
"He hasn't told me a solitary cute thing
that his boy said for nearly two day 3."
A Famous Rope Walker.
The famous tight-rope walker. Blondin. nev
er smokes. He regards tobacco as the enemy
of the nerves. Though over seventy now, he
still performs wonders on the rope.
Enrich
Your blood at this season by taking
Hood's Sarsaparilia and you will not
need to fear pneumonia, fevers or the
grip. Remember
Hood's
Sarsaparilia
I*t_e besl— lw fact the-Or.e True 810-xl Purifier.
HrtrkH* 1 — Dill<_ act harmoniously witli
11UUU _•■ _-____** Hood's Sar^parilla, 25c.
F_k _i _■
Schlick
& Co.
Sarces-.0-- to F eld, fßahlar & Go,
Last Chance.
Last chance tocLy to buy the
best Swiss Ribbed Underwear
made in the world at
HasSf«Pri_@
Sample lines of two leading
makers in Switzerland. We have
the same kinds in regular stock,
but they cost twice as much as
these samples. This is. how
prices run:
$1.00 Merino Vests for 50 cents.
$1.25 Cashmere Vests for 75 cents*
$1.50 Cashmere Vests for 90 cents.
$2.00 Cashmere Vests for $|.|5.
$1.00 Cashmere Vests for 45 cents.
$1.25 Cashmere Vests for 65 cents.
75c Cashmere Vests for 35 cents.
$1.50 Cashmere Vests for 60 Cents.
$1.50 Silk and Cashmere Vests, for
75 cents.
$2.00 Silk and Cashmere Vests, for
$1.15.
$3.00 all-silk Vests for $1.50.
$1.50 all-silk Vests for 60 Cents.
$1.75 Cashmere Tights for 90 cents.
$2.25 Tights and Drawers for $1.25.
$4.00 Silk Tights for $1.85.
$4.00 Silk Drawers for $1.85.
$3.50 Union Suits for $J. 85.
$2.00 Union Suits for $1.00.
All of these are Samples — all
at half-price. We expect a full
assortment will be left for Wed
nesday—the last day of the sale.
Great Silk Sale.
10,000 yards of Silk bought at
less than HaEf -Pr-ise.
All of these are now on sale at
less than
Half-Price.
The center tables and counters
are covered with them.
Only a few kinds are mention
ed. There are lots of others.
High-Grade Novelty Silks— 1
all new designs in small figures,
pin dots, st.-ipes, checks and
plaids, worth up to 51. 50.
Choice for
47 Cants
a yard.
Brand new Fancy Silks —
more than 100 styles to choose /
from, some worth $2.00, but
most of them $1.50 and $1.75.
Choice for
85 'Cents
a yard.
For Wednesday only-
Regular $2.00 Black Satin Bro
cades, full 23 inches wide, in new
swell designs, for
98 Cents
a yard, today only.
$1.25 Black Peau de Soie, 68- Cents.
$1.50 Black Peau de Soie, 88 Cants.
$_:00 Black Peau de Soie, $1.18.
Ask. to see the special _r8-
Gent Brocades. The same
goods are sold in town at $1.50.
Dress Goods 4
Reductions.
New Novelty Dress Goods of guar
anteed reliable qualities, pure f"A
wool, latest styles, 40 inches ImIC
wide, for vv v
10 pieces New Bourette Checks —
black threads over colored #■"■"""'
grounds, strictly pnre wool, 44 | tSQ
inches wide
Heavy All-Wool Diagonals, in a full
line of colors, 5Q inches wide, m/m
$1.25 kinds; /AjT
marked down to
New Cheviots, plain colors in fancy
weaves, good weight, good styles,
bound to give satisfactory f»Q
wear; 85c kinds »HiC
marked down to
New Mohair Etamines, the latest
novelties, sold in New York d** If*
•__*:*. E35
All- Wool Suitings in more »JQ
than twenty evening shades, 38 JhjQ
inches wide
New Jackets.
New Tailor-Made Jackets in all col
ors and in 12 different materials, for
each today.
72 Tailor-made Jackets of Imported
Two-toned Persian Cloths, lined
Throughout with fancy Taffeta,
for on,/
$10.75'
each. They will be the talk of the
town. Nothing like them anywhere
under $15.00.
riuslin
Underwear.
We will sell today 300 Muslin
or Cambric Umbrella Drawers,
with tucks, deep ruffle and feather
stitching, for 30 Oeats each,
but not more than 3to one buyer.
FIELD, SCHUCK _ CO,
Successors to F'eJd,, Banter & B*. «

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