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by Rev. E. J. Hardy, the celebrated
VOL. XXII.-NO. 312.
REfLMMS Siffl OHIO
Their /Majorities Are Not Nearly as Great as
the Claims Made in Advance.
JONES' CANDIDACY HURT M'LEAN'S VOTE
Toledo Mayor Was Given Over 100,000 Votes
in the State — Democratic Leaders Satisfied That
the Result Will Not Satisfy the Hopes of the
Republican Managers — Factors That Cut a
Figure in the Exciting Contest.
COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. T. — The late
Ohio returns showed Democratic gains in
Cincinnati and other cities, but that Mc-
Lean was likely third at Cleveland, and
possibly at Toledo. In which cities Jones
drew much more heavily from the Dem
ocratic votes than from the Republicans.
At the same time the Republican net
grains outside Cincinnati, Cleveland and
Toledo were Increasing at such a rate as
to indicate a plurality of from 30,000 to
• for Judge Nash for governor, and
the entire Republican state ticket, includ
ing a majority of the legislature. Chair
man Dick had, previous to the election,
claimed the election of the entire Re
publican state ticket by not less than
0 plurality. So far tonight he has re
fused to give out any figures, but those
around him say that means that he has
now no reason to change his first figures.
The late: returns seem to be growing
in favor of the Republicans, especially
since the returns Indicate that Jones hurt
the Democrats much more than the He
publicans In Cleveland, Toledo, Columbus
and other cities, where the first reports
Indicated exactly the opposite effect.
Judge Narh. the Republican candidate,
was receiving the congratulations of his
friends and neighbors at the Neill house
after 11 v. m. He said: "I claim my
election now by over 30 000, but I am too
much engaged to give the causes or to
see the results."
The bards and clubs are out serenading
At 11:20 Chairman Dick gave out the
"The returns from Hamilton, Cuya
hoga and Lucas counties are, as yet, too
meager to give definite figures. Enough
have been received to indicate the elec
tion of Judge Nash by a greater plu
rality than that of Gov. Bushnell, two
years ago, which was over 26,000. Both
branches of the legislature are Repub
—"Charles Dick, Chairman."
After this announcement, further re
turns were received indicating Repub
lican gains and the band that had been
awaiting orders at the Republican head- j
Quarters, struck up for the first time, the I
glee club joined in and the Republican j
jollification was inaugurated and at mid- |
night was in full .swing.
At 11:30 p. m. Chairman Seward, of the
Democratic committee, was asked for a !
statement on the Ohio results, but de- !
clined to make one. He was then asked !
If he conceded the election of Judge '
Nash, or claimed the election of Me-
Lean, to which he replied: "I will say
CLAIMS OF CHAIRMEN.
COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 7.— At Wp. m.
the chairmen of both the Republican and
Democratic state committees were claim
ing the election of their respective slate
tickets, end also a majority of the k-gi.s
--lature. There are no Jones legislative
or other candidates, but Samuel M. Jones,
mayor cf Toledo, is causing the closest
verdict that ever entered into gubernator
ial elections. The Jones vote is principally
confined to the cities, and will not be so
large in the rural districts. There is no
monopoly for the Democrats In the gains,
as the gains run for the Republicans in
some places and for the Democrats in
other sections. Even after the returns
are complete from Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Toledo it may be difficult to reach
the result positively tonisrht, owing to
the tides in the Jones vote, which runs in
streaks and causes Republican losses in
some places and Democratic losses In
At 10 p. m. Judge Nash claimed his
election as governor, and Chairman Dick
gald he was assured the Republicans had
carried everything, but had no figures
The Associated Press sent a question to
Mr. McLean, at his residence, asking If
he claimed hi* election, and received the
reply that he had no answer yet to make.
Chairman Seward, of the Democratic
committee, sa^ that he was not prepared
yet to answer he question.
JONES CONCEDES DEFEAT.
TOLEDO 0., Nov. 7.— Mayor Jones at
9 o'clock concede? his own defeat. "It
my race has contributed in any way," he
eaid. "to the pucc -ss <i' John R. McLean,
and a rebuke to the infamous Philippine
policy of the administration, I feel that It
has not been in vain."
Mayor Jones late tonight said:
"The result of the election is extremely
gratifying to me, as it must be to every
lover of liberty. The vote for the non
partisan idea Is large enough to justify
the claim that the cause has won the
greatest victory ever recorded in the po
litical history of the state. I believe the
moral force will lead the legislature to
pass the municipal code commission bill,
•which provides that every municipal of
ficer in Ohio shall be elected by the non
partisan plan, doing away entirely with
political parties in all four cities. Fur
thermore, the vote for the non-partisan
Idea will have its Influence in shaping
national Issues next year. There will be
more of morals in the national platforms
by the reason of it."
The entire Republican county and legis
lative ticket, with one exception, is evi
dently elected by pluralities ranging from
1,000 to 3,000. Yost (Dem.), treasurer Is
probably re-elected. At midnight flfty
e of the 110 precincts in Lucas coun
ty were returned, giving Nash 4,453 ; Me
.Lean, 3,322; Jones, 3,826. Jones cut deeper
into the Democratic vote than was ex
pected, and harmed the Republicans less
than they feared. Betting was 2 to 1
that Jones would carry his own county.
FRANKLIN COUNTY VOTE.
At midnight 87 out of 124 precincts in
Columbus and Franklin county shodew
Judge Nash had carried his home county
by 1,535. Two years ago Chapman (Dem.)
carried the county by 1,341), making the
net Republican gain 3,184. The Repub
licans have elected their entire county
and legislative ticket, including a state
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7.— With the fig
ures available at 10 o'clock in Cincinnati
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it appears that McLean will carry the
city by about 1,000 votes, and that Jones'
vote will reach nearly 10,000. As Jones
stood alone on his ticket, the chances
of the election of the county officer? CTI
the McLean ticket are not assured. It
will require the fuller returns to deter
mine this question.
CANTON CITY VOTE.
CANTON, 0., Nov. 7.— Vote'in Canton
city. Nash, 3,559; McLean, 3,037; Jones, 219.
SENATOR H ANNA'S SAY.
Thinks He Is Satisfied With Result
CLEVELAND, Nov. 7.— Senator Hanna
received the election returns at the Union
club. At midnight he made the following
"Under the conditions It has been a
splendid Republican victory. The re
turns have come in so slowly that it is
impossible to say just how emphatic the
victory is, but it is an emphatic one. It
Is an Indorsement of the Republican par
ty and a splendid one. It Is too soon to
say I am satisfied with the result, for
we do not know certainly what the re
sult is. But we know enough to say
that it Is the greatest victory for the
party. Cuyahoga county is not different
from what was expected and is due to
conditions that existed before the election.
Its result has no real significance, and
while it is not pleasant, it is not a sur
prisa When the returns are all in it
will be possible to analyze the figures and
understand all they mean, but until tha
returns are more complete there is no use
saying anything more than that they
show a great Republican victory."
What Senator Hanna said applies only
to Ohio. He refused to discuss the re
sult in the other states, and said what
he did reluctantly.
Republican Loss in the State Ex
ceeds Eighteen Thousand.
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 7.-The Demo
crats today had no difficulty in carrying
the city of Boston. For the past three
years the city has indorsed the Republican
candidate for governor, but today Robert
Treat Paine, the Democratic nominee, re- I
ceived a plurality of 6,196 over W. Murray
Crane (Rep.). Paine's total vote was 32,
--592, and Crane received 26,396. Last year !
Wolcott (Rep.) carried the city by a plu- !
rality of 1,897 over Bruce (Dem.). These !
figures show a loss for Crane from Wol- J
cott's vote of 7,709 and a gain for Paine <
over Bruce of 914. The decrease in the i
Crane vote is partly due to the fact that
he comes from the Western part of the i
state and did not have the local popular
ity that Woicott had.
The election passed off quietly, compara- '
tively little interest being taken by Re- !
publicans, while the Democrats tried to
rally a big plurality to strengthen them- |
selves for the city election next month.
Returns from 352 cities and towns out I
of 353 give Crane (Rep.) 168,859; Paine
(Dem.), 103,812. The same towns in IS9B
gave Wolcott (Rep.), 191,138; Bruce (Dem.),
107,957. The Republicans therefore have
carried the state by 65,057. The result
shows a net Republican loss of 18,147.
Robert Treat Paine Jr., asked for a
statement on the result of the electi n
"The returns are most gratifying, for
the campaign was conducted not as an
appeal for votes, but solely with the id a
of awakening Massachusetts to stand by
her own principles which for generations
have been her glory. The results are
especially gratifying when one looks back
to the opening of the campaign In Sep
tember, when the aspect was anything
but propitious. The Democrats have a
good majority in Boston."
The senate of 1900 will stand 31 Republic
ans to 9 Democrats and the house 163
Republicans, 7 Democrats, 2 Socialists and
2 Independents. This shows a loss of two
Republican senators and three Republican
representatives. In addition to the three
Republican places the Democrats this
year have filled tw r o seats held by the In
dependents last year. The Democrats of
the First senatorial district elected their
candidate for the first time. The Social
ists lost their candidate in Haverhill, but
a member of their party was chosen from
the Fourth Plymouth district, thereby giv
ing them the same quota as last year.
The Socialists at Haverhill made up for
their loss by giving their candidate for
governor a greater vote than that re
ceived by the Democratic nominee. In
other parts of the state the Socialist doc
trine was given some indorsement.
DEMOCRATS IN A WALK.
Indications of the Result in the
State of Virginia.
RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 7.-The indica
tions are that the elections in Virginia
•went overwhelmingly Democratic. Tn
the most hotly contested senatorial dis
trict, that made up of the Isle of
Wight* Southampton and Nansemond,
the Independent candidate is elected. The
vote was generally light.
Mayor Maybury Re-elected by n
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 7.— The official
count from all the city's 120 precints
shows that Mayor May bury, Dem., has
been re-elected to a third term by 2,957
majority. City Treasurer Thompson re
ceived 6,427 majority over his Republican
opponent, and Is re-elected to a second
term. City Clerk John Schmid, Rep., gets
a third term by 1,338 majority.
The Democrats elected eight alderman
and the Republicans nine, making the
council stand nineteen Republicans to
fourteen Democrats. The election of the
two Democratic aldermen will be con
tested, the Republicans claiming crooked
work at the polls. Justice T. Eag-an, a
Republican, was re-elected by forty ma
jority, and a contest of this is probable. I
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1899.
| Battle of the Ballots Told in Brief. |
J~ lOWA— Leslie M. Shaw (Rep.) for governor and the Republican state ticket elected by the 3
£r usual majority, estimated at 60,000.
g; KANSAS— Meagre returns indicate Republican gains of 10 per cent in county elections. 3
g~ vote small; interest slight. r^2
£: KENTUCKY— W. S. Taylor (Rep.) elected governor by about 17,000 over Goebel (Dem.). 3
~z Republican state ticket probably elected entire. Legislature in doubt. i~*i
£: MARYLAND— John Walter Smith (Dem.) and Democratic state ticket elected by 12,000 to ~i
•^ 15,000 majority. Legislature Democratic in both branches.
Cr MISSISSIPPI— Democratic state ticket elected entire by a majority estimated at 30,000. =2
ST Legislature Democratic in both branches. Vote light. 3
£r MASSACHUSETTS— W. Murray Crane (Rep.), for governor, and the Republican state ticket 3
£r elected by 65,000, a net Republican loss of 18,000. Boston carried by Democr.U s.
NEW YORK— Democrats elected in the four New York counties by large majorities; 50,0)0 =5
g^ in Sew York county. Legislature Republican. Mazet defeated. 3
£T NEW JERSEY— Majorities of both houses of the legislature elected by the Republicans 3
g~ Vote light. * zzZ
Z£ NEBRASKA— Judges of the supreme court and regents of the state university elected by 3
rr the Democrats and fusionists by 15,000 to 20,000 majority. " 3
CT OHlO— Judge Nash (Rep.) for governor and the Republican state ticket probably elected by 3
5^ from 15,000 to 25,000. Legislature Republican in both branches. Vote for Jom s =3
■p drawn largely from McLean and surprisingly heavy. 3
CT PENNSYLVANIA— State treasurer and judges of the supreme and superior courts elected 3
5£ by Republicans by reduced majorities. One Democratic supreme judge chosen. 3
S£ SOUTH DAKOTA— Republicans elect three judges of the supreme court by majorities be- 3
ST tween 5,000 and 10.000. '
£r VlßGlNlA— Legislature Democratic in both branches elected by an overwhelming maioritv 3
5^ Vote generally light. 3
£ MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS— Detroit, Maybury (Dem.), mayor, by 3,000. Buffalo, Republi-
g: can city ticket and council. Salt Lake, Thompson (Rep.), mayor by small majority
£r Utica, N. V., Sherman (Dem.), mayor. Rochester, N. V.. Corrahan (Rep) mayor'
£r Providence, Barclay (Dem.), mayor by 2,000. San Francisco, J. D. Phelon (Dem ) 3
s^: mayor by 5,000. "
GOEBEL IS BETRAYED
DIVISION IN KENTUCKY DEMOC
RACY GIVES GOVERNORSHIP
DISPLAY OF FOBCE WAS MADE
Gov. Bradley Called Oat the Louis
ville Legion, Sending the Armed
Force to Various Polling; Places —
Otherwise the Election in Louis
ville Was Orderly — Repablicans
Claim 17,000 Plurality.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 7.— By the
! combined efforts of the Republicans and
: anti-Goebelites, Attorney General W. S.
Taylor (Rep.) has been elected governor
of Kentucky by a majority estimated at
about 17,000 over Goebel (D<_-m.). Returns
received up to midnight also Indicate the
election of the entire Republican ticket,
while the complexion of the legislature
is In doubt.
The weather throughout the state was
perfect, and more than an average vote
was polled, the total falling but little
short of the vote polled in the last pres
idential election. Comparatively no dis-
I order prevailed, and aside from several
! arrests for alleged violations of election
j laws, the election was characterized by
I a remarkable degree of quiet.
Gov. Bradley remained in Louisville
during the day, and had the Louisville
Legion in readiness for marching orders.
The militia was called out after the close
of the polls to enforce an injunction
granted by a local judge, but the presence
of the militia was not needed, and the
companies were soon ordered back to the
Chairman Long, of the Republican cam.
paign commitee, said at midnight that
Taylor's plurality would not be less than
15,000. This estimate, he said, was based
upon estimates received from a majority
of the counties in the state. Gov. Brad
ley estimates Taylor's plurality at from
15,000 to IS.OOO.
At midnight there were still many miss
ing precincts, but 181 of 203 In the city of
Louisville and Jefferson county gave Tay
lor a plurality of 3,862. With all t"he re
turns In and the present ratio of repub
lican gains maintained Taylor's majority
in the city will reach 4,000.
Chairman Long, of the Republican state
committee, sad ihe returns received up to
this hour indicate steady Republican
gains in the state over the vote of 1b96.
At midnight Chairman Long, of the Re.
p, Mican campaign committee, claimed
that Taylor had carried the state by from
10,000 to 15,000 majority. He said that
Taylor had carried the Third, Fourth,
Fifth, Ninth and Eleventh congressional
districts, while the Eighth and Tenth are
close. The Republicans have made heavy
gains in most of the Democratic strong
holds, which were expected to give Goebel
large majorities. Chairman Long claims
the Republicans have carried the city of
Louisville by from 3,000 to 5.C00 majority.
The Courier-Journal (Dem.), from its
figures, says the result is in doubt.
The Post (Dem.), which has opposed
Goebel, claims Taylor's election by 10,000.
' Cftairman Long gave out the following
statement at 1 a, m. regarding the next
"The Republicans have elected ten sen
ators out of nineteen, sure. Three more
are believed to be elected, but the re
turns are not complete, while one is in
doubt. There are two Republican hold
overs and six anti-Goebel hold-overs. In
the house the Republicans have elected
41 members certain, and the Democrats
35 and the antl-Goebel Democrats 6. The
districts in doubt and not heard from are
nineteen, which Include Campbell and
Kent counties and three districts in the
city of Louisville. This insures a fusion
majority in the house against the Goebel
law and probably a Republican majority."
Later returns tend to confirm the Re
publican claims of victory, and while the
majority will not reach their estimated
figure the returns received up to 1 o'clock
continue to show Republican gains, and
a plurality of 7,000 la conceded by many
of the Democratic leaders, while some of
the more faithful are claiming a plurality
Continued on Fourth Pass.
NOT MAW TO SPARE
IOWA REPUBLICANS WILL HAVE A
PLURALITY OF ABOUT SIX
LEGISLATURE IS REPUBLICAN
Returns Come In Slowly, and at an
Early Honr This Horning Noth
ing Absolutely Gertain Wa*
Known— Democrats Do Not Claim
Victory, Nor Complain of Results
Attained— Some Estimates.
DES MOINES, 10.. Nov. 8.-At 1 o'clock
this morning 656 precincts of 2,082 In the
state give Shaw, Rep., for governor. 91,
--593; White. Dem., 67,565. The same pre
cincts two years ago gave Shaw 86.5657
White 72,329. This Is a net Republican
gain of 9,853, or about 14 to the precinct.
The same ratio, if kept up, will give a
Republican plurality of about 60,000.
There are a few Republican gains in the
legislature, and the indications are that
the Republicans will nave 115 of the 150
Weaver, chairman of the Republican
state central committee, rays:
"I feel confident that Republicans have
won by an increased' majority over two
years ago. Both branches of the legisla
ture will be Republican by a large ma
The calculations a*e that the Repub
lican total vote will show an increase of
6 per cent from two years, and that the
Democratic total vote will show a loss
of about 5 per cent. The probabilities
are that there will be eighty Republican
members in the house and thirty-five Re
publicans members in the senate, a net
Republican gain of ten. It seems that
this strength is certain and it is prob
able that it will be increased when all the
returns are in-.
IN WHITE'S HOME
SIGOURNEY, 10., Nov. 7.-Shaw's ma
jority in Keokuk county, the home of
Fred E. White, Is 2C6. Shaw has a ma
jority of 35 in Sigourney county.
Chairman Huffman* df the Democratic
state state central committee, concedes
the state by 40.000, wlriie the Republican
state chairman claims it will go 65,000 or
SIOUX CITY, 10., Noy. 7.-Woodbury
county. Including Sky jc City, gives 1,200
Republican majority; increase of 100
per cent over two yeftrs ago. Entire
Republican ticket probably elected.
Chairman Weaver claims Shaw's elec
tion by G5,000.
CHEROKEE, 10., Nov. 7—This city
gives Shaw 40C, White 27<5, a Democratic
gain over last year of sixty. Cherokee
township: Shaw, 25; White, 47; a Demo
cratic gain of nineteen.
EMMETTSBURG, !»., Nov. 7—Em
mettsburg City— Shaw, : 257; White, 2.T7.
Republican gain, 6; Indications of Re
publican gain of 100 in Palo Alto county
over 18S8 vote.
CITY OF KEOKUK.
KEOKUK, 10., Nov. 7.— CRy of Keokufe
official complete. six precincts, gives Shaw
1,316, White, 1,458, Democratic gain over
1898 of 156.
OTTUMWA. 10., Nov. 7.-Wappellc
county gives Shaw 60$ majority, against
297 two years ago. Entire Republican
county ticket elect*! by same majority.
DAVENPORT, 10., Nov. 7.— Scott coun
ty gives White (Dem.) 500 plu-ality.
GRINNELL, 10., Nov. 7.— Total vote in
Grinnell township and city, five precincts,
Shaw, 680; White, 301— a Republican gain
of eighty-two, as compared with two
MARSHALL, COT^TT FIGURES.
MARSHALLTOWN, to., Nov. 7.-Shaw
(Rep.), for goveriibr, I carries Marshall
county by a plurality ht over 1,500. Gain
over two years ago nearly 500.
SHAW CARRIES CLINTON.
CLINTON, 10., Nov. 7.— Ten precincts
Continued on Foartb. Page.
NEBRASKA IS L\ LI!
FUSIONIST MAJORITY IN THAT
STATE WILL Ri> BETWEEN
15,000 AND 25,000
REPUBLICANS CONCEDE DEFEAT
Are Not Willing to Admit That the
Figrures Given Against Them Are
So Lrargre-KTonservative Estimates
Are That the Fusion Ticket Has
"Won by Over 15,000 Votes— Mr.
Bryan Claims a Greater Majority.
LINCOLN, Nov. 7.— Returns up to mid
night continue to show the same fusion
gains as earlier reports, and there !s no
longer the least doubt of the fusion tick
et's election. Chairman Edmiton, of the
Populist state central committee, said:
"We have carried the state by 15,030,
and have made gains in county offices."
Chairman Tefft, of the Republican com
mittee, declined to make a statement,
but many of his associates admitted de
feat, though not conceding It by as large
a majority as claimed by the fusionists.
Asked at midnight for a statement W.
J. Bryan replied with laughter:
"I concede the state of Nebraska to
the fusionists by 15,000."
This (Lancaster) county elects the en
tire Republican county ticket, with the
possible exception of sheriff.
There is no longer any doubt as to the
result in Nebraska. The returns continue
to show steady fusion gains and the
majority for Holcomb will not be less
than 10,000. W. J. Bryan gave out this
statement at 1 o'clock Wednesday morn
"The campaign in Nebraska was fought
on national issues, and the result is a
protest against the policy of the admin
Mr. Bryan said he had no comment to
make on results In other states.
At 1 o'clock Cha ; rman Tafft, of the Re
publican committee, admitted that the
figures at hand showed the election of
the fusion ticket.
OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 7.— One hundred
and sixty-three precints in Nebraska,
outside Douglass county, give Holcomb
(Fusion), 17,510; Reese (Rep.), 17,268.
At 9:30 the World-Herald (Dem.), esti
mates on a basis of eighty precincts out
side Douglass county, which in IS9B gave
Fusion 7.SSB, Republican 9,001. Same
precincts this year give Fusion B,SOI, Re^
publican 8,826. On this basis the Fusion
majority in the state would be 15,151.
MR. BRYAN'S CLAIMS.
NEW YORK. Nov. 7.— At 11:30 p. m.
a dispatch was received at the Demo
cratic state headquarters announcing that
Mr. Bryan claimed Nebraska -for the
fusion ticket by 25,000. Chairman Dan
forth at once sent the following mes
sage to Mr. Bryan:
"You have my heartiest congratulations
upon your well deserved triumph."
NEW JERSEY RESULT.
Republicans Claim the State by
TRENTON. N. J.. Nov. S.-The returns
at midnight indicate that the Republicans
have carried the state by about al
though there was no direct vote on a
state ticket. The Republicans will con
trol both houses of the legislature by
good working majorities, and will have an
increased representation in the house of
assembly. The Republicans have elected
senators in Camden, Gloucester, Somer
set, Union, E.-sex and probably in Salem
and Monmouth. The Democrats have
elected but one senator, in Warren.
The senate will stand 13 Republicans to
7 Democrats. The Democrats lost three
assemblymen In Middlesex and one in
Salem, and the next assembly will be
composed of 41 Republicans and 19 Dem
ocrats, as against 36 Republicans and 23
Democrats last year. The result in Mon
mouth is very close, but it Is believed the
Republicans have elected Francis senator,
and the Democrats have elected assem
blyman and county officers. The Repub
licans carried Camden for senator, but
the Democrats elected county officers.
The Republicans elected their entire coun
ty tickets In Middlesex and Union.
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Redeemed From Republican Rule by the
Splendid Majority of a Decisive
FIGURES WILL REACH FIFTEEN THOUSAND
Republican Hanagers Are Greatly Depressed, Having
Counted Upon a Victory That Would Be as deci
sive the Other Way— Declare There Must Have
Been Treachery in Their Own Party— Legislature
Goes With the Gubernatorial Ticket.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 7.— lncomplete re
turns from the city of Baltimore and
meagre returns received from the state
up to 11 o'clock tonight indicate that the
Republicans of Maryland have been over
whelmingly defeated, and that John Wal
ter Smith, Democratic candidate for gov
ernor, has been elected by a majority
variously estimated at from 10,000 to 15,
--000. It is also reasonably certain that the
lower house of the legislature will be
Democratic by a large majority, and that
the Democrats will elect enough state
senators to overcome the Republican ad
vantage among the holdover senators,
thereby controlling both branches of the
The Republicans are correspondingly
depressed by the result, which they are
inclined to attribute to treachery among
the followers of Mayor Mais ter and
United States Senator G-orge L. Welling
ton. The latter has taken no part in
the campaign, and has not hesitated since
his resignation of the chairmanship of
the state central committee, a few weeks
ago, to predict the overwhelming down
fall of the Republican ticket.
The gold Democrats, as a rule, support
ed Gov. Lowndes, but they seem to have
had little effect as a whole on the re
Lloyd S. Wilkinson, secretary of the
Democratic state central committee, to
night made the following statement re
garding the result:
"Mr. Smith's majority l n the state wil'
be from 14,000 to 15,00"}, with a majoriy
in both houses of the legislature. The
result shows clearly that the "democrats
were clearly united, and that the Repub
licans were divided in Baltimore city
and in several of the counties. National
issues were not considered ln this con
test. The nominees of the Democratic
state convention were satisfactory to
Democrats generally, and the .way they
were nominated met with general ap
proval. The result of today's election
shows that Maryland is a Democratic
state whenever the Democratic party is
REPUBLICAN MANAGER ANGRY.
Gen. Shyrock, chairman of the state
Republican central committea, said at 10
"Reports iPCeived up to this time in
dicate that Baltimore city has given .Mr.
Smith (Dem.), for governor, S.OOu plurality
over Gov. Lowndes. Wilcomic- county,
the only county heard from up to tki.s
time, pave Smith 300 plurality. The oth
er counties of the statj may swM Mr.
Smith's plurality to 10,00). I £.ttribme our
defeat to a fight against the negro and
dkVsutisfacttoM In iho R?pub i: <-:i.n ranks.
I luedict tha l - an attempt will be ran'ld
at the coming session of the legislature
tc disfranchise the negro."
REPUBLICAN LEADER REJOICES.
A special from Cumb?rlan-1 to the Bal
timore Sun Quotes Senator Wt-liingLon as
saying this was one of the happijst d.iys
of his life. The senator addtd:
"The defeat of the Republican party in
this contest was not a surprise to me.
At the time of my retirement from the
chairmanship of the state central com
mittee there was no question ln my mind
as to the result. I counseled Gov.
Lowndes that his only escape from de
feat was his retirement from the ticket.
I felt convinced that from his deceit,
weakness and treachery it would be im
possible for him to succeed. He accepted
the advice of a coterie of Republicans
and assistant Republicans, Cowen and 1
Warfield, on whose account he betrayed
me. On account of his action, although
I felt it unwise for me to put myself on
record as saying that he would be beaten,
I felt no doubt as to the result. Four
years ago I worked for his nomination
and election to the governorship. This
year it was only necessary for me to
stand aside, at his bidding, and Inevitable
and overwhelming defeat came uj on him
notwithstanding the assurance that the,
independents and gold Democracy
corporation Influences would be exerted
to the utmost in his, behalf.
"The defeat I told him of has come on
him, and he has not only the bitterness
of a candidate that is beaten, but of one
who in his own heart knows that the de
feat is a just chastisement at the h:
of the people for his weakness and treacn
"Thls'is not a defeat for the Republican
party, it is a defeat for Lowndes and his
personal allies. By the experience .sr:\rh
ered ln this campaign the Republican
party must take warning, and make for
Itself a new future. Lowndes is po'.Ui
dead and buried, and the malign inn"'.;
which surrounds him will no longer have
weig-ht in Republican councils. The party
must gather itself together and do battle
as a Republican party under Republican
leadership, dominated by Republican in
fluence and standing upon Republican
principles, win a victory in Maryland for
the Republican party."
LIKE A TIDAL WAVE.
FREDERICK, Md., Nov. 7.— Scatte-Mng
returns from this county Indicate th-<t
the Democrats have carried it by a =rmll
majority for the state ticket. It gave
Lowndes 700 majority four years ago.
Negores Run Amuck ln Streets of
BALTIMORE, Nov. 7.— Shortly after tn e
polis closed fifty intoxicated negroes ran
amuck on Center Market space. They
fired pistols and threw stones about pro
miscuously, ona of the bullets finding
lodgment in the abdomen of Alfred Pay
son, a twelve-year-old boy. While resi
dents along the space gave chase to the
negroes, it was learned the boy had been
mortally wounded and ha.« since died. The
negroes separated in all direction, chased
by the citizens and police. Four members
TN THE GLOBE of next Sunday will
■*- appear an article by Rev. E. J.
Hardy on the
COMEDY OF MARRIAGE.
Following this will be articles on "When
to Marry," "Whom to Marry," etc.
of the company were captured, one of
them, Wesley Brown, eighteen years of
age, being identified as the one who had
wounded the boy. Excitement ran high,
and only the arrival of a squad of police
men prevented a lynching in the streets.
SOUTH DAKOTA JUDGES.
Three Republicans Elected to the
State Supreme Court.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Nov. 7.-At mid
night Chairman Bowler, of the Democrat
ic committee, conceded the Republican
judges 2,000. The Argus-Leader claims
the state by not leas than 10,000 for the
ABERDEEN, S. D., Nov. 7.— Returns
are coming in slowly. Partial reports
from nearly every county cast of the Mis
souri river show Republican gains, es
pecially In the cities. Sioux Falls gives
the Republicans a gain of nearly 2R and
Aberdeen a Republican gain of 300 over
last year. Judge Fuller, upon whom r he
fusion forces concentrated their fight, is
running behind his ticket, but not enough
to defeat him. Returns so far Indicate
Republican majorities of at least 6/00.
Chairman Herred. of the Republican
state central committee, iay«: "I regret
the small vote cast in the state. It ta due
to the fact that the farmers are busy. Had
there been a full vote there would have
been a Republican landslide. But as it is
we will carry the state by at least 8,000.
This victory is especially gratifying bo
cause of the desperate efforts of the
fusionists and because Senator Pettlgrew
threw his personality into the fight for
all he was worth."
Two hundred and twenty-four precincts
in the state gave Republican 8,891, fu
sionists 5,ii6, Indicating Republican ma
jority of 10,000. The Black Hills counties
give increased Republican mapority over
two years ago.
CANTON, S. D., Nov. 7.— (Special.)— ln
ten precincts in Lincoln county the Re
publican candidates for supreme Judge
get 200 majority; the estimated majority
in the county is 500.
The First commissioner district gives
the fusion candidate, W. M. Cuppett, 13
PIERRE. S. D., Nov. 7.-Hughcs coun
ty, Pierre City, for supreme court, give
Carson (Rep.). 274; Haney (Rep.), "2o2";
Fuller, 225; Smith (Fusion), 54;
Kenne (Dem-Fusion), 53; Bennett (Fu
SIOUX FALLS, 9. D., Nov. 7.— The city
of Sioux Falls complete gives a Repub
lican majority of 255, a Republican gain
The Argus Leader, basing its estimate
on the reports thus far received from
points in South Dakota, claims the elec
tion of the Republican nominees for the
state supreme court by 10.GO0 majority.
This is also ihe estimate <f the state
REDFIELD, S. D., Nov. 7.— i Special.)—
This city goes Republican by a good ma
jority. Carson leads with 112 votes; Ben
nett gets 52 votes. About 60 per cent of
the vote was cast. The returns Indicate
a majority for the Republican ticket of
about 300. Reports from Frankfort and
Doland show a vote of two to one in favor
of the Republican ticket.
IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE DAY
Weather Forecast for St. Paul.
Cloudy; Southerly Winds.
I— McLean Beaten In Ohio.
Democrat* Carry Maryland.
Fuxion Wins In Nebraska.
Election Reanltn In lowa.
Taylor Defeats Go^bel.
2— Market Site Selected.
Detective* In Trouble.
3 — Minneapolis Matters.
Election In Sew York.
Interest In Returns.
5— Sporting: News.
Cornell Beats Columbia.
Repulses for Boers.
6— Markets of the World.
Open Door In China.
7 — Xews of the Railroads.
Advance Vpon Turlae.
B— ln the Field of Labor.
St. Paul Social N vr*.
Charter Petition Delayed.
NEW" YORK— Arrived: Jersey City, Brts
tol; Hugin, Port de PaJx; Fontabelle,
MANILA— Sailed: Steamer Glenogle, San
MOVTLJLE— Arrived: Steamer Furnessia,
New York for Glasgow.
BREMEN— Arrived: ~H. H. Meier, New
TODAY IN ST. PAIL.
:,IETROPOLIT AN— Jefferson de Angells
and company in "The Jolly Musketeer,"
8:15 p. m.
GRANT)— "Kelly's Kids " 2:30 and 8:15.
Palm Garden— Vaudeville, 2 and 8 p. m.
German Catholic churches' fair, armory,
8 p. m.
Park board me-ets, city hall, 4 p. m.
Junior Pioneer association meets. Elks'
hall, S p. m.
Ramsey County Bar association enter.
tu'n.-s "justices-elect of supreme oourt at
Minnesota club, 8 p. m.
Concert by Mme. Schumann-Hednk, at
People's church, S p. m.
Druggists' association gives "Dutch
lunch," Metropolitan hotel, 8 p. m.
Football, Macalester va. Shattuck, Mao
ales ter campus, 3:30 p. in.
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