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Washington.-Not. 7. The next era.
ate It is believed, will stand: Repub
licans. 44; Democrats, S3; Populists and
independents. 1J. This takes all the
states out of the doubtful column, plac
ing Kentucky and North Carolina in
the Republican column, as Senator But
ler said yesterday that a free silver
Republican probably would be returned
Dy tne rusionists in North Carolina
Delaware in the Democratic column
and Kansas and South Dakota In the
Independent and Populist column. This
will prevent the Republicans from tak
Ing control of the senate unless some
of those who bolted the Republican
platform at St. Louis should return.
It is difficult to estimate the exact
standing of the next senate on the mon
ey question, owing to the new alien
ment of parties in the recent campaign.
Men who have been pronounced sil
ver men have been supporting the Re
publican platform and candidates, and
pronounced goia men have supported
the Democratic platform and candi
How la the Way, Aayhow.
Perkins of California. Wolcott of
Colorado. Shoup of Idaho. Carter of
Montana, Mitchell of Oregon. Wilson
of Washington, and Clark and Warren
f Wyoming, have all voted for and
supported silver legislation, and what
course they will now take in the sen
ate is altogether problematical. Among
the Democrats, Gorman of Maryland,
Smith of New Jersey. Murphy of New
York, Faulkner of West Virginia, and
Mitchell of Wisconsin, all have voted
against silver, and yet they supported
the Democratic party In this campaign.
As no free coinage bill possibly could
pass the house this fact would influ
ence voting In the senate on the sil
ver question, especially In the shape
of a rider to a tariff bill. The prob-
aotllty is that on a free coinage amend
ment to a tariff bill all-of the forty
four . Republicans would vc.te against
It, and possibly some Democrats, such
as Caffery of Louisiana, Gray of Dela
ware, and Lindsay of Kentucky, who
iolte4 the Chicago platform, and per
haps even some of those who supported
Bryan during the campaign.
Kapport for a TarUT Bilk
It also is not unlikely that some of
the Republican senators who bolted
the Republican platform might take a
position which would permit a tariff
bill in which their constituents are
largely Interested because of wool.
lumber and lead ores to become a law.
Senator Faulkner. Democrat, of West
Virginia, said yesterday that the Silver
men by standing solidly with the Dem
ocrats could prevent tariff legislation.
Senator Butler, on the other hand,
said that he and others of the Popu
lists would support the right kind of
a tariff bill, but not a measure like
the McKinley bill. Butler wants ade
quate protection on raw materials.
. NTKnTLET RETURNS HIS THANKS.
Aad Wlahes Biyaa Health aad HappiaeM
T silver Icadera Addreaa.
Lincoln. Neb., Nov. 7. Bryan yester
day received the following reply to his
telegram of congratulation to President
elect McKinley. The reply Is dated
Canton. O., Nov. : "I acknoledge
the receipt of your courteous message
of congratulation with thanks, and
beg you will receive my best wishes
for your health and happiness.
Bryan has replied to some of the of
fers of employment at high salaries
which he has received since election
day. declining them on the ground that
he desires to be free to devote a large
portion of his time in the future to
the advocacy of bimetallism. He said
in reply to questions that he had not
arranged the details of his plans, but
that he would enter upon no line of
work which would interfere with his
main purpose. ajaja)
The address issued by Bryan yester
day begins with a "word of hope and
encouragement" to "millinois of loyal
hearrts saddened by temporary defeat."
and says that events will prove
whether they were right or not. The
contest, he says, was waged under
greed embarrassment and against great
odds, hut public attention has for the
first time been centered upon the mon
ey question In spite of attempts to
prevent it. The Republican hope held
out for international agreement he says
is delusive, and that the Republican
leaders labored tsecretly for gold mono
metallism etilC be claims, in spite of
the corporations, trusts and syndicates
and an enormous campaign fund
against them the silver men have al
most won their first great fight.
He praises the national committee
for its work and expresses its - gratitude
to it and each of its members "for
their efficient, untiring and unselfish
labors.' Continuing he says: "Speak
ing for the wife who has shared by
labors, as well as for myself. I desire
to say that we have been amply re
paid for all that we have done." He
then calls for reorganization. Immedi
ate and effective, and closes as foHows:
"The year 1900 Is not far away. Be
fore that year arrievs International bi
metallism will cease to' deceive; before
that year arrives those who have
called them Reives gold standard Dem
ocrats will become himetallists and be
with lis or they will become Republic
ans and thus open enemies. a
Before that year arives the evilrs of a
gold standard will be even more evi
dent that they are now. and the peo
ple, then ready to demand an Ameri
can financial policy for the American
people, will Join with us in the immedi
ate restoration of the free and unlim
ited coinage of gold and silver at the
present legal ratio of IS to 1 without
waiting for the aid cr consent, of any
Denver, Nov. 7. William Jennings
Bryan Is to lecture tn Denver before
the end of this month, on a date yet to
be fixed, on "The Centennial State."
The chamber of commerce is arranging
lve banquet to honor of the sllver
Aa4 tha Baa mt th Hteety DUkw am AO'
ta Diaalaaat Iai Ftaa KOrmr Caavt
BATUBOATo ITOVCIIDDn 7.
ehampion. who received nearly nine
at of every ten votes cast In Colorado
at the late election, and the people of
the state win Join in a great demon
stration to show their admiration for
their leader. He will probably deliver
Bis lecture also at several other points
In Colorado In the Star course.
Boston. Nov. 7. The Massachusetts
Bimetallic Union has sent a letter to
Bryan at Lincoln. Neb.. In which the
sentiment Is expressed that the propo
sitions that the value of money de-
I pen ia upon its qusntity as compared
I with the work ofr it to do: that money
anouia be stanle in value and the ser
vant of mankind, and not Its master,
as Is now the case: and that an ad
vancing money standard Is an unjust
standard, are truths a majority of
Americans will yet letm.
BRADS TBRX OCT OF THE PARTY.
ByaamNl Not Ira to Tboan WIm Vatrd for
Ike braka Man.
Indianapolis. Nov. ". Hon. Wm. D.
Bynum. chairman of the national Dem
ocratic committee, has returned from
Chicago and opened up his law office.
Bynum said to the Associated Press
that It was with great satisfaction that
he received the result of the election,
and predicts that the silver question
will never again become a formidable
Issue. As to the future of the gold
standard Democracy, Bynum said:
"A reunion of all the forces of the
Democratic party can only take place
upon the lines f the Indianapolis
platform. Those that will not unite
with our organization on the principles
therein promulgated will become Iden
tified wilth the Populist party and go
with that organization.
"I have been reported as having said
that we should pnlably abandon our
organization. Nothing Is further from
the truth. Frrm the very Inception of
our movement we have had in view the
permanency of our. organization and
we are prepared to continue the bat
tle for sonud money and shall do no
whenever the question Is raised. It la
Impossible to say at present Just what
course we shall pursue, but our organ
ization Is perfected In all the states
that were represented In the rational
convention and we shall strengthen it
in every possible way.
ITS VERT TLOHE IX KEXTtTKT.
May Be MrKlnley by Lraa Thaa 1.000-DriuoTatiii'hari-p
Louisville. Nov. 7. Leslie county and
mc missing precincts of Perry county
S'ere heard fmm at a late hmir l-
light. The changes rendered by
inese returns have brought the Itepub
llcsn claims dwn J43. while the Iem
ocrats have Increased their claims to
l.OTO. Clncfal figures will undoubtedly
l required to decide whether Ken
tucky as carried for McKinley or
Cincinnati. Nov. 7. A special lo The
Commercial-Tribune from Lexington.
Ky.. says: Chairman Roberts says that
official returns from 100 counties and
unofficial returns "from the remaining
1 counties give McKinley 475 plurality.
At an earlier hour Chairman Johnson,
of the Democratic committee, said he
was not yet ready to congratulate
Chairman Roberts. He believed errors
had been made aealnst Bryan In re
turns sufficient to turn the scale
In his favor on the official count.
T'rev Woodson, a mMnhw a? ih.
Democratic state committee. Issues a
statement In wheh he charges gross
frauds by Republicans In the western
counties, and says the final count will
show the state for Bryan by a small
Louisville, Nov. 7. The Times says:
"John G. Carlisle will be Blackburn's
successor as I'nited States senator
from Kentucky If he wilt accept. By
Tuesday's election the Republican vote
In the legislature became 70 on Joint
ballot, which is sufficient to elect, but
not a quorum. Tlyis the gold standard
Democrats are masters of the situa
tion. In addition one Republican mem
ber of the legislature who was elected
Tuesday owes his victory to a pledge
In writing that In consideration of the
support of the gold Democrats he
would vote for Carlisle for senator.
. HOW IT ST AX OS IX WOTMIITO.
K"t"r Reeelwad at rheyeeaa by the
Democratic State Committee.
Cheyenne. Wyo. Nov. 7. The Dem.
ocratic state committee last night com
piled returns received hv it from
Wyoming and announce the following:
McKinley electors Brittaln. .130;
Howell. 9.101; M alloy. S.017. Bryan elec
tors anmoter. s.ian; Martin a im-
Queasley. 9.422. Congress Mendell.
ep.. s.wpw; usuorne. Dem., S.310. The
committee has yet to hear from the
following precincts: Three in Crook
county, three in Fremont, one in Al-
oany. one in r.rhon. three In Sweet
water, -three In Sherlilan. iii. in
Johnson, eight In I'inUh. and all of
rviK nom coumy
Chairman Btydenburg rlalmsthat the
precincts to hear fmn. win -i -
net Democratic plurality of Wi. Sen
ator warren, chairman of the Repub
lican state committee, say a the face
of the returns now In inrfiata. .-
Mendell wlH probably he elected tocon-
"no nat one McKinley elector
Is assured and t-o Urvi.i..
are probably elected.
"" Dakota a Ta? oa Electors.
Yankton. Nov. 7. At 10 o'clock last
nlaht South raJtnt- - .i
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denttal electors was tied, and an cf
ficial count will h .
mine the result. The Republican man
agers have closed ihetr office with the
above declaration. They say any claim
-i.unsis mat thia state la for
Bryan Is not lumifi.H .
Corrections and change, in three pre-
' 7-i neard from mar give
the electors to elth o
ley. Republican congressmen and gv-
rmor ran "-an or tne electors by sev
eral hundred votrm.
BEX ATOR ritOX WORTH CAROLIX 4.
PapatMa laabdTlMt Ha W ill Be a S4li
Raleigh. N. Sor. 7.-Kelther of"
the three parties in this state m-111 h
a majority in the next state legislature.
wmrn elects a successor to Senator
Pritcnard. Speaking of the attnatma
Chairman Holten. of the Republican
state corrunltte. saidr "We will have 71
memners 01 tne ledalatuea nn . 1
ballot, or 11 short af - .t-
Enongh Ponullsts ass committed, bow-
ever, to insure the return of Senator I
PrUcftard tx the aenaia
Tb. pop"- hewev. ..;
clare that Senator Prltchawra mw.
sor must be a sliver man. In thia they
will be seconded by the DefnorrataMd
ft now seems probable that the success
ful candidate will be acceptable te both
these parties. Chairman Holten con
cedes the electoral rote of the state to
1TKIXUT VISITS A CEM ETEBT.
Pats flowers oa the Ovaaaa of niaasa aad
Be bit lraa Invited ta PSaaer.
Canton. O , Nov. 7. Picetdent-eieet Mo
Klnley drove to West L wa cemetery yes
terday morning wlthaquantily of flowers.
On arriving there he placed bouquets ca
the graves of the late Sir. and Mrs. Jara
A. Kaxton kn fJr f.vii -
father and mother. A start drive further
on through the beautiful gmnnds brought
him to the Mr Klnley lot. Here bo placed
like tokens la memory of his two daagk
tera. Katie aad Ida. who passed away
early in life a score of years ago, and a
similar remembrance upon the graves of
his de ca ted sister Ann end his 1st
brother James McKinley.
Returning bome be found a sp-cial ear
load party of distinguished Clacinaatiens.
Tbcy earns to extend personal Invttatloa
to attend a commercial club dinner Nov.
R Major McKinley explained to them
Ms plans, being forced to decline, but ac
cepting an invitation for the next annual
dinner. He likewise extended regrets to
invitations from Chicago and Columbus
and various other points. Hecootlnues to
lerrive congratulations both by letter and
HE WAS ACTIVKrOB RRTAX.
P faster at prtegeM. Ilia inn Hta
Washington. Nov. 7. Postmaster
Rldglcy. of Springfield. Ills, baa been
removed for pernicious activity In pol
Rldgeley was an appointee of
Senator Palmer, and took charge of the
office InMarch. 14. Shortly after the
Chicago convention be took a pro
nounced stand for silver. He took the
StUmn In behalf ni tha Mnlu n-
cratlo party, and Instead of confining
ma sprernes to ms own town went to
others points to antagonise the gold
rwnocrats. His speeches are claimed
to have been radical and denunciatory
of the gold Democrats.
Lied AdaaMa That the ttgM la Ua.
St. Psul. Nov. 7,-rHon. John Llnd.
fusion candidate for governor, has Is
sued a statement In which be places
MrKlnley's majority In Minnesota at
a little over M.O00. and admlta that
Cloush (Rep.) Is elected governor by
from l.Sue to 2.000. He says this last
result he believes to be the result of
frauds In the northern part of the state
and St. Paul, but adds thst be has
neither means nor time to Investigate
such frauds and will therefore accept
LATEST PACT OF THE tXETTfOX.
Tald la Brief Paraaiapae That Otvetbe
ma mt the Da sal laia.
Illinois Is now quoted at 144.14 f
Official returns In Indiana do not
change the previous figures materially.
McKinley's plurality will be nearly 20.
0. The state ticket runs behind about
D. T. Wood man see. president of the
Republican League, has Issued an ad
dress congratulating the clubs on their
wotk In the late campaign and urging
permanent organisation everywhere.
Republicans give up Kansas entire.
Bryan and the Populists get every
thing. Complete returns In Nebraska give
the following results: Bryan. 71.714;
The Virginia Republicans chsrge
that McKinley was beaten out of the
state by Z0.0M plurality "by the moat
Infamous frauds even perpetrated.
North Carolina's legislature has ES
Republicans. 48 Populists, and 45 Dcm
rrats and doubtful
Oregon gives McKinley 2.042 plu
rality. The count tn Delaware gives McKin
ley 3.R37 plurality.
Texas goes for Bryan by 100.009 plu
rality. The Democrats have twelve
representatives and the Republicans
Bryan carries Tennessee by nearly
20.000. Republicans get two representa
tives. Missouri with ten counties to bear
from is estimated for Bryan by M Oof
Hew York r l
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ttnney oa aali st-elr at pnr renl.t
prima mercantile paiT 7 r ceat.;
starllnsrai-hafi flria and blt.-hr.mtth arittal
balneal in bank.-.' b.U at ' fur
dcmaul and 4IHtll4 lor sittr day:
panel rates, 49 VHri ad I ni'S4Ss. cwav
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ver. Site; M-sicaa dollar, tti'4.
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