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AS IT SEEMS TO BE.
Ohio's Son May Be the Ntxt
CARRIES WEST. SOUTH AXD EAST,
Indndine Some of the Sonthern States
New York City Goes Repub
lican by a Big Majori y.
A I UMBER OF STATES HI DOUBT.
Bw Binary mt the eraerml Kitumtloei
Kerw Tor Chrea XrRlalry Nearly SOO,
OO aad Illinoia Fla;aid at IOO.OOO
Oeta SS4 Electoral Vatra, Bryma snel
4 la Doabt Ketavaa froaa the Battlo
Seld Vaars the Batllwta Wero tho
FlShtera At tho Bonn o the Cawdt-
Washington, Nov. 4. Sufficient re
turns have been received at the Re
publican congressiona' headquarters to
show that SlcKinley haa received 284
electoral votes and Bryan S3 votes, while
94 are !r. doubt, some through a ques
tion as to what the returns indicate,
and others from lack of definite re
turns. The states voting for SlcKinley
am: Connecticut. 6; Delaware. 3; Illi
nois, 4: Indiana, 15: Iowa. 13; Ken
tucky, 13; Maine, 6; Maryland, 8; Mass
achusetts, 15; MichiKan. 14; Minnesota.
I; Nebraska, 8; New Hampshire, ;
New Jersey. 10; New Tork. 38; North
Dakota. 3; Ohio. 23; Pennsylvania, 32
Rhode Island, 4; South Dakota, 4; Ten
nessee. 12; Vermont. 4; West Virginia,
X and Wisconsin, 12.
For Bryan-Alabama, 11; Arkansas.
S; Colorado, 4; Florida, 4: Georgia, 18;
Idaho, 3; Louisiana, 8; Mississippi, 8,
and South Carolina, 9.
In doubt or returns very indefinite
California. ; Kansas, 10; Missouri, 17;
Montana, 3; Nevada, 3; North Caro
lina. 11; Oregon, 4; Texas. 13; Utah. 3;
Virginia. 12; Washington, 4. and Wy
HOW IT LOOKS AT CHICAGO.
Claims and Eatlmates Regarding the States
in the Great West.
nicago, iov. . xne returns re
ceived by the Associated Press up to
midnight Indicate the election of Mc
Kinley and Hobart, although returns
are so meager from a number of doubt
ful states that this conclusion can only
be reached by an estimate based upon
the gains and losses. The best 'esti
mates obtainable Indicate that Maine
and Vermont have given majorities
somewhat reduced from the September
elections; that New Hampshire gives
about 20,000: Massachusetts about 120,
tWO and Rhode Island and Connecticut
proportionate majorities all for Mc
Kinley; New York is estimated at
above 250,000. and Pennsylvania Is like
ly to reach the same figure, if not a
greater. Maryland has been carried for
the Republican candidate for president
by a majority exceeding 20,000, and
Delaware is confidently claimed, but
apparently in dispute, although the
plurality is not likely to exceed 1,000.
Claim That Are Mot JwstMled.
The returns from West Virginia are
not sufficient to justify the claim of
either party. Ohio has given a very
large Republican plurality, and Ken
tucky is apparently assured to the Slc
Kinley column, although later returns
may not justify this claim. Tennessee
seems to have been carried for Bryan,
notwitnstanatng tne comment asser
tions to the contrary of the Republican
managers, and the same ia probably
true of North Carolina. Indiana and
Michigan, as well as Minnesota, indi
cate heavy Republican gains and a
strong probability that they have gone
Illinois Gleea MrKinley IOO.OOO.
The state of Illinois will give Me-
Kinley over 100.000 plurality. Nebraska
and North and South Dakota are very
close, and still In doubt. Wyoming
seems to have gone for McKInley. The
returns from the Pacific coast states
are too meager to justify any claim
respecting there The states of Vir
ginia. South Carolina, Florida. Georgia,
Alabama. Ijoulsiana, Arkansas. Mis
souri. Colorado. Nevada. Montana and
Idaho may safely be placed In the
Bryan column. The returns from Kan
sas and Texas are scattering, but al
though heavy Republican gains are re
ported from Dallas and Galveston, the
state probably goes for Bryan.
Gov. Altgeld toys Xothlag.
Gov. Altgeld was seen at the Palmer
House by an Associated Press reporter
in regard to the statement sent out
that he had conceded his defeat In 111!
nois, and was asked if he desired to
make any statement. He replied that
he had made no statements thus far
for the papers, and did not care to say
avnyimna; in answer to me report.
Saaaaaary at Westers Stat Betavas,
Returns from the west, northwest,
and Pacific states give tho following
Missouri Gives Bryan plurality: all
representatives outside of SL Louis
California Heavy Republican gains.
rrai ciaimea ror Mc Kinley. end tho
latest returns give him 4.500 plurality
Nebraska McKinley's claimed plur
ality. 2.000. Democrats claim the state
by 15.000 with, the entire congressional
Wisconsin Republican plurality
tween 50,009 and 75.000.
Kansas la doubt: neither oartv win
Ohio Returns indicate that McKIn
ley win have over 100,000 plurality.
Michigan Indications that McKInley
carries xne state ny za,uuu.
Washington Vote is very close; re
sult in doubt.
Colorado Bryan's plurality will
Iowa McKinley's plurality. SO.0OS.
Oregon Returns indicate S.000 to 8..
97) for McKInley.
Minnesota Goes for McKtsley sea
ClougH. for fOTtraor, also aasctsd. if.
KTnleys plurality as claimed. SS.000;
Qough'a, ICOOS. 1
Wyoming Stat probably for Bryan by '
Idaho Vote Is five to 000 for Bryan. I
Indiana Claimed by 80,000 for MeKin-
ley. Dsuiutaats refuse to eon cede this. ,
South Dakota Claimed for Bryan by
6,000; Republicans claim 2,500 for McKln-
Tho Xsat sflipuastslliia I
Chairman Babeork,of tho Republican
national committee, telegraphs that tho
next house of representatives wui nave a
majority of 100 for "sound money." Ho
doss no give the party majority. No
estimate has been rocetvea on tne cnitea
6 tales senate. 1
Cook Coaaty Hearty 0,000. j
Tho latest figures from the men
counting the county vote show that
Cook county will give about 60,009
plurality for McKInley. .
.'ham's Estimate tor Wtarwaela.
Gov. W. H. I'pham. of Wisconsin,
wires the Associated Press as follows
"Returns received up to this hour In
dicate that McKInley 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 off- Omaha. Neb., Nov. 4. J a. m. Bry
scl the fusion of the Populists and sil- an has probably carried Nebraska by
ver Democrats; relatively, however. 1 000 plurality.
the plurality for the Republican state Lincoln. Neb, Nov. 4. At 1 o'clock
ticket is the largest In the history of Chairman Post conceded a part of the
.1 . nln. .if , K u.h . - .. . . . .. .
wnr m.tic. . " vm-
gressmen sure, and may have the
tenth.. There Is no doubt that the leg
islature will be largely Republican and
that the Republicans will elect nearly
all their county ticket.
ixDiAS.i t laixeo nr 30,000.
Genrdy Says It Is Ka Tho Dee-
its lloprfal Vet. i
Indianapolis. Ind.. Nov. 4. One hun
dred and forty precincts outside of
Marion county. Ind.. give McKInley
16,767: Bryan. 12,710; Palmer, 38; other
candidates, 140. The same precincts
In 1K92 gave Harrison 14.051; Cleveland.
11,703; Bid well, 763; Weaver. 7W; Re
publican net gain, 1..09. Fifty pre-
clncts in Indianapolis give McKInley, wtn carry the city of Lincoln by not
7.038; Bryan. 3.M4; Palmer. 332. At more than 1,000. but they say they
10:30 last night Chairman Gowdy. of will 1 offset In other parts of the
the Republican state committee, sent county and chances are that Cryan will
the following telegram to Mark Hanna: carry Lancaster county.
"Indiana will give McKInley a plural-
Ity of 30.000. Eleven Republican con- HOW THE MAJOR HKAKDTSrE REW1
gressmen will be elected, two In doubt.' H. M..- cmZuiZrinm I
We will carry both branches of the . " TT EU1
Icsislature by a safe majority." ed-Caatoa Gore Wild.
Chairman Martin, of the Democratic Ctnlon. O, Nov. 4.-By 12 o'clock
committee, raid: "At this hour, on ac- In n'sht the reports received by Gov.
count of the fact that returns have McKlnley'satlsfied him that the Amor
been received only from cities where lean people . had elected him to the
Democratic losses were anticipated no presidency of the I'nited States. For
estimate of any reliability can Ik- made. ' thrw hours before that time a. atd-
Later returns from country districts
will show large pr-mocrstic gains, and
we still believe they will more than
equal the losses in the' centers of popu
lation. But few returns have leen re-
ceived by any ono. and these are noti Dul ,ne overnor. always calm and
sufficient to base any accurate esti- i cautious, was alow to Jump at conclu
mate upon." I Blon" slthough those about him had
Charles W. Fairbanks says: "Re-J by o'clock begun their transports of
turns received at midnight Indicate rtory and wet Wndirtg their con
that McKInley ha carried Indiana by, Sratulatlons. It was not until the re
a plurality .of as.iwio. The Republicans 1H,," trnm I"'"", re-lnforclng those
have carried both branches of tho leg- of ohl. Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska. Ken
Islnture. thti insuring the election of tucky and the east had made assurance
a Republican I'nited States senator. I doubly sure, that the chief actor In the
They have also elected 12 of the 13 scene returned to congratulations,
members of congress. The Rcpublicaps Pressed upon him from all sides, and
have made an aggressive campaign' forced to believe that the Republican
and have lieen greatly aided by the national ticket had carried the day.
sound r.mn. v ivmni r, tm - I It was a scene without dramatic ac-
Eighty precincts in Indiana give Me-
Kinley. R.R,7: Bryan. 6.9M; Palmer. 23,
a net r.rpuWUan gain of 822.
OHIO IN THB M:XTCOT,RFJi.
Seveateew Republicans iet There" awS
Columbus. O., Nov. 4. At 1 a. in. the
returns Indic-ate the election of seven-
teen Republicans and two Democrats
to congress nd two districts in doubt. I
In the Fifth district David Meekison, '
(Dem.). and F. E. Dcwltt. (Rep.), both
,K, . ., , ' ' I
claim their election. In the Thirteenth '
district James A. Norton. iDem.
.). and I
8. S. Harris. Ith claim their elec
The Lcniocrats elected J. P. Maclean.
or l.recnvlllo, in the Fourth district,
and James McDowell, of Millcrshurg.
In the Seventeenth dirtrii t. A. S. Mr-
Clure. the Republican candidate In the
:.T7:. 1 . 1 - ..P - n""n.rTO,
The Republicans elect the following:
First district. W. B. Shattuck. Cincin
nati; Second. J. K. Bromwcll. Cincin
nati: Third. R. II. Nevin. Dayton;
Sixth. Nh W. Brown. Lebanon: Sev
enth. W. 1. Weaver. Springfield:
Eighth. Archibald Lyhrand. Delaware;
Ninth, J. H. Southard. Toledo: Tenth.
I. J. Benton. West t'nion: Eleventh.
C. H. Grosvenor. Athens: Twelfth. D.
K. Watson. Columbus: Fourteenth. W.
8. Kerr. Mansfield; Fifteenth. H. C.
Vanvorhia. Zancsvllle; Sixteenth. Lo
renzo Panford. St. ClalrsvtH-; Eight
eenth. R. W. Taylor. Lisbon: Nine
teenth. 8. A. Northway, Ashtabula;
Twentieth. C. B. ffcach. Cleveland:
Twenty-first. T. E. Burton. Cleveland.
When the present Ohio delegation In
congress of 19 Republicans and two
Democrats was elected the state gave
a Republican plurality of 137.00.
THE CHI W MICHIGAN.
Repabllraa rinrallfy rigaeed at 40.000 to
SO.OOO -I-tag ree Elected.
Detroit. Mich.. Nov. 4. It Is evident
that the Republican have carried
Michigan by 40.000 to 50.000 for McKin
ley. and that Tingree (Rep.), ia elected
governor by a majority not far short
natiof that given McKInley. Chairman
Baker, of the Democratic state com
mittee, declines to make any statement
at present further than that the few
counties from which he haa received
returns show average galna for the sil
ver ticket of 1.500 over the Democratic
majorities of 1892. Democrats elected
as congressmen are: Todd. Third dis
trict, and probably Glucker. Eighth
district, with Sixth and Tenth districts
doubtful. Returns from if counties of
the M give McKInley. 22.M7: Bryan.
2.500; Pingree (Rep.). I7.1r:; Sligh
(Dem.). 2.43. The Tribune (free silver)
concedes tbst McKInley carries the
state by 30.000 and believes that Pin -groe's
vote will run greatly behind Mc
Kinley's. MAJOR'S GREAT GAIX I OHIO.
Ersmbliraara Expert Caaaplete Retaras to
Break All Rseawda,
Columbus. O.. Nov. C On the com
parison of the vote with that of ths
but presldenttat lection Ohio mad
unprocodantod gains yttterday for Ue-
K'nley. In 1893 Harrison carried Ohio
by an average plurality for Retmbliraa
electors of 1.072. Ia that year ens of
the Cleveland and Stevenson elector
w as elected. In 189 McKInley bad a
plurality of over 80.000 for governor.
The Republicans carfted Ohio in le4
by 1S7.000 aad last year BushneiL n.
publican, was elected governor by over
sz.we. Tho Republicans have bad phe-
nominally large pluralities In Ohio the
past three years, commenclna- with
McKinley's re-election as governor la
I6?3. wr.lle in 1S92 the result was very
The state In 1892 for the first time d!J
not give its entire electoral vote to the
Republican presidential candidate. The
largest plurality ever given a Republl-
can presidential ticket la Ohio was
84.000 for Garfield In 18S0. While tho
Democratic state committee makes no
claims on the state tonight, the Re-
publican state committee expected the
complete returns to break all former
records. Kinney, for secretary of
state, has about the same vote as Mc
Kinley and Hobart.
BIlXATIOit IK XEBKASVV
atepabllraaa Claim the State aad S De Mm
naie uraei 10 ine onooaition. nut ami
claimed that the Republicans would
elect their presidential electors, tho
State legislature and congressmen
from the First. Second. Fourth and
Fifth districts. He said that the fig
ures from 151 precincts out of 1.600 In
the state outside of Douglas county
gave McKInley 2.615 votes.
Populist Chairman Edmlston claimed
the state for Bryan by S5.000. and said
the fusion state and congressional
ticket is elected throughout, lie says
Douglas -county. In which Omaha Is
located, will go for McKInley.
Lincoln. Neb., Nov. 4. The Fifth
ward of Lincoln gives McKInley 813.
and Bryan 614. At Democratic head
Quarters It ia claimed that McKlnlev
stream of favorable reports had been
coming from all vital sections, with
now and then the announcement of a
Bryan success at less essential points.
The central figure maintained that
same repose of features, the same set
expression of the square jaw as ususl;
ar.d yet It was evident that this sturdy
figure was profoundly sensible of the
decisive results which had been made
known, and that strange emotions were
surging within this calm and dignified
exterior. He paced about the library
scanning the returns as they piled on
upon another In his favor. The cast
"d brought the first encouragement;
""TT" "Tl7' IT" TTT
and Maine and other states, and finally
.v. -. . tm
the stronghold of the west, Illinois.
But even while the current was set
ting In he shook bis head and warned
those around not to be over sanguine;
to wait a few hours w ben all would be
known beyond the possibility of con
tradiction. By t o'clock Garrett A.
Hobart bad telegraphed bis rongrstu-
latlons. and at 10:45 Chairman Hanna
sent a message closing with: "Ton are
elected to the highest office In the land
by the people who have always loved
and trusted you." Shortly before mid
night Gov. Morton telegraphed his
heartiest congratulations "on your tri
umphant election lo the presidency of
the I'nited States." Then followed the
deluge of congratulstions from every
section of the country. Major McKIn
ley read them to his friends, and many
of them were taken to Mrs. McKIn
ley and the crowd of ladles who paced
the parlor across the hall from the
library. At midnight cannon 'began
booming a sslute on the public sqnsre.
All Canton was In the streets and bear
ing toward the McKInley cottage.
At 12:30 McKInley received a tremen
dous ovation from bis Canton towns
people. He took a position on top of
the porch of his residence and waved
his salutations to the enthusiastic con
course. The midnight was made light
as da) by hundreds of flambeaux and
biasing fires of red and green. Major
McKInley made no address. For an
hour the remarkable spectacle proceed
ed. The whistles of all the factories
Joined In one long continued screech
which echoed throughout the town.
Mingled with this was the booming of
cannon, the firing of guns and pistols,
and the shouts from thousands of
throats. The crowd was maased solid
ly for three squares down Market
At 4 a. m. today the major was still
awake and the enthusiastic citisens
were still airing him an ovation. re
CoaUaaei oa Sereath pare.
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