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It Iius bce repeated I y
deinon > * tr iied In
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comparing the sales at Sioux City , last year , with those at any other
competitive market. You can also ask your neighbors who have sold
cattle at Sioux City. This year Sioux City is in the field for i'at cat
tle as well as feeders. The great beef slaughtering plant of the
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BOBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
DBS MOIXES , Nov. 9. The returns on
the state ticket show a Kepublican rca-
'crity of 60,000. The total number of
precincts reported is 429 out of 1,120.
The net loss is 950 , or a loss of two votes
to the precinct , showing a total Repub
lican falling off of 5,000.
The Democratic state committee has
given out the following statement : "We
concede the state to the Republicans by
25 000. Wo have elected Weaver in the
Sixth district by 1,250. There are in
sufficient returns in from the other
districts on which to base a statement. "
A statement from the Republican cen
tral committee reads : "The Republicans
have carried the state by more than 50-
000. We have elected every Republican
congressman by large majorities. Lacey
( Rep. ) in the Sixth , has 1,500 to 2,000
The Democrats elect all the county
officers and give the state ticket nearly
2,000 majority at Dubuquo.
Keokuk gives the Democratic state
ticket 200 majority , a Republican loss
of 550. Leo county elects the entire
SAN FRANCISCO , Nov. 9. The manag
ing editors of the San Francisco morn
ing papers expressed their views as to
the outcome of the election in the state
as follows : Chronicle ( Rep. ) The Re
publicans will carry the state by 20,000
and will have a plurality of 3,000 in
this city. They will also elect six con
gressmen. Examiner ( Dem. ) We con
cede the election of Gage for governor.
Call ( Rep. ) Gage will be elected by a
majority cf 8,000 to 10,000 , and the
Republicans will seat six congressmen.
The Evening Post ( Ind. ) estimates
Gage's majority at 15,000 and thinks
the entire congrdssional ticket has been
elected by the Republicans with the ex
ception of perhaps Ryan in the Second
district , and that the legislature will be
Republican. At fusion headquarters
at midnight it was conceded that Gage
( Rep. ) , had won the fight for the gov
INDIANAPOLIS , Nov. 9. This morning
Chairman Martin , of the Republican
state committee , said the returns were
not as yet sufficiently complete as to
determine the state result. The Repub
licans have probably elected in the
Sixth , Eighth , Tenth , Eleventh and
First districts , though the last is not
conceded. Democrats claim the Secoud ,
Third , Fourth , Fifth , Seventh , Ninth ,
Twelfth and Thirteenth districts. The
legislature is still ' iu doubt. Both pajr-
ties claim all sta'te , legislative and con
About one-sixth only of the state * ias
been heard from. Both parties claim
it , the legislature and majority of con
gressmen. Nothing decisive can ba
known until later in the day.
DENVER , Nov. 9. At midnight but
meager returns have baen received , but
they are sufficient to show that the
triple fusion of Democrats , Populists
and Silver Republicans has won a
sweeping victory. They claim 65,000
plurality in the state for Thomas for
governor. In 1896 Bryan's majority
was 135,000. They claim 15,000 plur
ality in this city. Shafroth ( Silver
Re.p ) , in the First congressional district ,
and Bell ( Dem. ) , in the Second , was
re-elected. The legislature wilj be
PORTLAND , Ore. , Nov. 9. Forty-nine
precincts out of 852 in the state of
Washington , give the following for
congressmen : Jones ( Rep. ) , 1,811 ;
Cushman ( Rep. ) , 1,799 ; Lewis , fusion ,
1,405 ; Jones , fusion , 1,280. Anders and
Fuller ton , Republican candidates for
supreme judges , have polled a vote
practical"- the same as that for con
gressmen. It' the present ratio is main
tained , the Republicans will carry the
state by more than 2,000 majority.
LITTLE ROCK , Nov , 9. Congressional
election in Arkansas is the quietest held
in many years. In Little Rock , out of
a voting population of about 7,009 , only
300 votes were polled and that is about
the ratio throughout the state.All of
the old Democratic congressman were
re-elected , Densmoro ha the Fifth dis
trict being the only candidate who had
opposition. * *
MILWAUKEE , Nov. 9. These con
gressmen are probably elected : Sixth ,
James H. Davidson ( Rep. ) ; Seventh ,
John J. Esch ( Rep. ) ; Tentb , John J.
Jenkins ( Rep. ) ; Second , fames" E.
Jones ( Dem. ) . Enough returns have
been received to insure the election of
the entire Republican state ticket by
at least 20,000 plurality and a legisla
ture overwhelmingly Republican.
NEW HAVEN , Conn. , Nov. 9. Con-
necticun elects the Republican ticket ,
three Republican congressmen and prob
ably four. Full returns from S3 towns
give Lounsbury ( Rep. ) , 4,381 ; Morgan
'Dem. ) , 2,593. Same towns , in 1S96 ,
Cook ( Rep. ) , 5,076 ; Sergeant ( Dem. ) ,
1,918. The Republicans claim the state
by 15,000 plurality. The legislature is
Republican by a'considerable majority.
* Nov 9.Partial ,
WILMINGTON , * - 're
turns received from the tsate indicate
that the Republicans have elected their
state , congressional and legislative tick
ets. This estimate , if verifiecl by the
full returns , indicate the election of a
Republican successor to United States
Senator Gray and a gain of one oon-
Congressional Elections Fav
orable to Democrats ,
INOEEASE IN NEW YOKE ,
Returns So Far Show Repub
lican Loss of 32 Seats.
OLAIM TO STILL HAVE MAJOBITT-
Chairman of Democratic Committee Snys
They Will Control the Next House of
Representatives Iinjyree Is Ke-
olectecl by Good Majority For
Governor of Michigan.
NEW YORK , Kov. 9. Returns re
ceived by the New York office of the
Associated Press up to 3:30 : o'clock this
morning indicate that 157 Republicans
and 143 Democrat have certainly been
elected members of the lower house of
congress. Out of this total , 300 mem
bers , from the same districts two years
ago , 189 Republicans were elected and
111 Democrats. Tlu's is a Republican
loss of 32 and a Democratic gain of the
same number. In this eftimate the
New York delegation is estimated at 19
Republicans and 15 Democrats.
. Chairman Babcock , of the Republican
congressional committee , has made the
following statement to the Associated
"While I am satisfied that cho Repub
licans will control the house of repre
sentatives in the Fifty-sixth congress , it
is impossible at this hour to indicate
what our majority in the house will be. "
Secretary Kerr , of the Democratic
congressional committee , said : "The
Republicans have lost control of the
house of representatives. "We will have
from 186 to 190 members and will or
ganize the house of the Fifty-sixth con
gress. The majority of the opposition
will be from 15 to 20 over the Repub
licans and perhaps more. "
DETROIT , Nov. 9. Governor Pingree
held his own tolerably well in yester
day's election. The Republican state
committee claims his election by from
50,000 to 60,000 majority. The Demo
cratic state- committee concedes his
election by a pluralitr of perhaps
50,000. The governor ran several
hundred ahead of his ticket in Detroit
and ran up a plurality of 3.000 in Grand
Rapids. In Saginaw he doubled on his
plurality of 1896. In Jackson , Lansing ,
Bay City and other smaller cities , he
was cut considerably , but the country
districts surrounding went quite strongly
for Piugree. The balance of the Repub
lican state ticket is elected. The vote
on congressmen is close in half of the
twelve districts , the others returning
Republicans with certainty. The legis
lature will have a Republican majority ,
but whether Piugree or auti on the
equal taxation issue , is yet undeter
SALT LAKE , Nov. 9. Tickets badly
scratched and returns slow. Returns
from 24 precincts in the city and state
give Roberts ( Dem. ) , for congress , 923 ,
Eldredge ( Rep. ) , 7G7 ; Zaue ( Rep. ) , for
judge , 788 ; Baskiu ( Dem. ) , 878. No re
liable information on legislative ticket.
Forty eight precincts in the city and
state give Roberts ( Dem. ) , for congress ,
3,622 ; Eldredge , ( Rep. ) , 3,631. Chair
man Hey te of the Democratic committee
says : "Our state ticket is elected by
about 7,000 inn jor.ty. I base this upon
returns receive ! to this hour. " Chair
man Walton of the Republican commit
tee says : "I clan a the election of the
state ticket , but am not prepared to give
out estimates of the majority. "
PHILADELPHIA , Nov. 9. Because of
the large ticket and extensive cutting by
independent voters the returns irom
Philadelphia and "Pennsylvania ars
slower than usual. Enongh is known ,
however , to indicate that William A.
Stone ( Rep. , ) is elected governor by a
large plurality. The vote of Dr. Swallow
in th > state will probably be under that
of last year when he received 118,969 for
Legislative returns from the state thus
far received show Democratic uec gains
of 13 in the assembly. Districts not yet
heard from will probably elect 10 or 15
Democrats to seats now hold by Repub
licans. The Quay leaders claim that a
majority of the Republicans elected will
favor the re-election of the Senator.
WILMINGTON- . C. , Nov. 9. Re
turns are all coming the Democratic
way. Majority of Bellamy ( Dem. ) , for
congress , this district , may reach 3,000 ,
which would be a Democratic gain of
8.0CO. Democratic majority for state
ticket will be large and probably six
Democratic congressmen elected. Both
houses-of the legislature will be strongly
BAJLTDIORE , Nov. 9. Full and semiofficial -
official returns from the city of Balti
more and partial returns from the bal
ance of the state , make it reasonably
certain that Maryland has returned four
Republicans and two Democratic con
gressmen , after an unusually close but
entirely Unless election. This is a
Democratic ain bf two , s
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I hvv established a Feed and Siixv Mill
0 miles south of Cody. : it tlie mouth of
Medicine C.iiijou. ; itid ; in now prepared
to irrind Kci'd" Torn Meal and ( Jrahani ,
or Hint ut all kinds of Lumber and di
mension Hinfl. : : nd Native Sihinjrles .
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I. II. EMERV , Valenti ne , Xe
In lli < > County Court of. the County of Charry I
S'at * ' c Nebraska ;
In the Matter of the Estate )
John Enlow , Deceased )
William L. Eulow , Florence Enlow. Mary El
Morgan. Geonre C Siller , I'ennela E. Slglerl
Fnmtis M. Slrfer , Andrew Si-rler , Marsh FI
Siller , Sarah Teverbaugh , Alia B. Fox and T. , ll
Koley and air other persona interested in saicl
i mailerjvre hereby not i tied that on the 29th day
I of October , IMS , William E. Haley filed a ieti' |
tiou In said enmity court prayine that his IU
ndminibtration acrrmnt fil d ther'in be stttlec
and allowe l ami that he be cischntged from fai
trust as arirainistmtor , and each ami all of yoij
are niitilied that if you fail to appear m .sail"
court < n the 10th < . ; iy of. Novemner , IS9S. at
o'clock : i. m. and contest said petition , thj
cour may j mnt the nntyer of such peiltiod
and uiukesuch other auti further orders , allowi
nnees and decrees as to the court mav seeiq
proper to the end that all matters p
said estate may be finally settlea : iud detci
iftined . i
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