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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. I ! 'I
EIGHTEENTH YEAH. OMAHA. THURSDAY MORN G. NOVEMBER 8 , 188 $ NUMBER 147
A GLORIOUS VICTORY
Benjamin Harrison Will Occupy the
White House for the Next
Four Years.
NEW YORK AND INDIANA REDEEMED ,
Cleveland Beaten in His Own State by Nearly
Fifteen Thousand Plurality , and Retired
into Private Life- The Democratic
Leaders Crestfallen and Dis
mayed by Disaster.
NEW YORK.
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 7. The republican
/lationnl committee innkc the following state
ment ;
ItKi'Uiu.iCAN NATIONU. HEU > O.I-AHTIIIS
Nov. 7. In view of the claims promulgated
l > y the democratic national committee , that
they have carried the stuto of Now York
for Cleveland , and arc sending telegrams to
their local committees all over the state to
tliat effect , the republican national commit
tee have sent out to the chairman of each
republican county committee of the state tno
following telegram :
"Although full returns from every county
in the state show Now York safely for Harrison
risen by upwards of 15,000 plurality , the
democrats are telegraphing to their county
chairmen claiming the stuto , and urging
them to pay attention to returns. Sou th.it
the returns are thoroughly guarded until
oftlcially counted , and prevent frauds at all
hazard. Incasoof necessity employ coun
sel. Notify us of any tampering with the
returns. Communicate with your own rom-
mittco if necessary by special messenger. "
The Evening World in an extra quotes
Chairman llrlce , of the democratic national
central committee , as having said : "Wo
concede nothing , and from the latest returns
there Is u fair indication that Cleveland has
carried New York state. "
Following this in the World ( extra ) is this :
This is what they say at national democratic
headquarters , and it was given out as the of
llclal utterance of the national democratic
committee , to u crowd of anxious visitors
who thronged the parlors this morning in
ficarch of the latest news. The statement is
based uixm the fact that corrected returns
from the interior counties of the state show a
largo cutting down of Harrison's majorities ,
and many counties whoso plurality had al
ready been given , purporting to bo in full ,
ro still found to bo Incomplete. This Is es
pecially true , U is chumod , in Kings county ,
where it Is said there will bo a light be
fore the count is completed. When It was
learned that Illinois and Wisconsin might be
close states as well as Indiana and Connec
ticut , telegrams were sent to the chairmen of
state committee * in each state. Mr. Da
Forrest was the only ono at the democratic
state committee rooms. Ho said : "We are
not In us bad shape as wo were on the day
after the election in 1884. We will concede
nothing. I huvo wired to every county for
revised returns. Till I receive them , I shall
claim the state. There are errors in the
Kings county returns , though how extensive
I do not know. The count will bo looked
after.1
At the republican headquarters Colonel
Quay said : "I can't say anything until it is
lUl oTur. Of course Harrison is elected and
has undoubtedly carried New York state.
lam told that an attempt is being made by
the democrats in Kings county to stc-il the
etato , but they can't do It. "
In the sumo issun of the World which eon-
lams the above in double-leaded typo carried
over from an earlier edition , arc these words :
"Apropos of Colonel Hrlco conceding noth
ing , there is little reasonable doubt that Ben
jamin Harrison will be the next president of
the United States. "
The Evening News ( dom. ) in a late extra
beads up Its election matter thus : "Not yet
cttlcd. Cleveland depending on Illinois and
California. New York state probably repub
lican. Connecticut and Indiana both demo
cratic. " The matter thus headed up here
follows : "The result of the election for presi
dent is still in doubt. The democrats claim
Illinois , California and Nevada , which
would elect Cleveland without Now
York , as the democrats have undoubt
edly carried New Jersey , Connecticut
and Indiana. It looks as if Now York state
had been carried by the republicans , as tnc
returns from republican counties continue to
pour in gains. The latest returns show Har
rison's plurality to bo about 8,000 in this
state , but many of the counties are estl
uiuteu. Captain McClollan , secretary of the
executive cumiuilgn committee , has tele
graphed the stuto committees of Illinois and
Wisconsin for the latest returns. Both states
are still in doubt.
"Tho national democratic committee docs
not concede New York to the republicans ,
No returns huvo been received to show any
thing more than that the state is close. Con.
ncctlcut and Indiana have been won. Call
fornla news is very favorable to the demo
crats , and In Illinois there is a llrm claim for
the democratic presidential as well as guber
nutorlal ticket. "
In the same edition of the News are these
editorial expressions : "Wo don't give ui
lust yet , Cleveland has In all probability
lost tbo state of New Vork , but there is n
cheerful prospect that he may yet have t
majority of the eloctor.il vote. The republi
cans claim everything , while the latest returns
turns positively Insure the states of Indiana
Now Jersey and Connecticut for the democ
racy. This gives the democrats 183 out ol
the necessary 201 votes , with California 8
Kovada a and Illinois 23 as doubtful. Illlnoi'
is almost certain to elect a democratic gov
crnor , and the national committee does DO
give it up for Cleveland. "
Chairman Quay authorizes the following
statement. The republicans on Tuesday car
ried by Increased majorities all the statei
carried for Mr. liluino in 1834 , and in addl
tion have Now York by a plurality of 15,000
and Indiana by a plurality of from 4,000 ti
0,000. West Virginia is in doubt. Geuera
Harrison's election is assured.
11 p. in. The unofficial vote of nil countle ;
In the state , as far as returned , show plu
rallllos for Cleveland of 78,1)50 ) and for Hur
risen 00,147 , giving Harrison a plurality it
the state of 11,191.
The Sun this morning will say : "Harri
on has 11.7G2 plurality In Now York slat
and Hill 18,932. " U says that the next nous
of representatives will bo so evenly divide ,
between the two parties that an nftlclalconu
will be neec * ary to decide which is In tin
majority. It has figures to show that Indian ;
give * Harrison a plurality of about 2,00(1 (
Connecticut is democratic by 494.
Auivxr , Nov. 7. The Argus ( dam ) give
Harrison a majority of 10,000 ovcrClcveUsd
s , Nov. 7 , The city has bee
In a ferment since early morning. Long be
fore the resumption of bulletins a larg
crovyd gathered around the Journal ofl'.cc
calllpg "Heturns , Heturns , " and clamodni
to know the latest from New York and In
dir.no. The Journal and Dally News Usuci
10 e'dock extra ctUU&o * . As eoou u tk
newsboys appoai'cd bearing their arms fu
of papers , n crowd of one hundred or mor
would encircle them and quarrel and scrambl
to buy their goods. For an hour or more tli
two perfecting presses of the News and tli
big Journal press , could not keep up with tli
greedy demand for the latest election n
turns. All day long the crowd skirted tli
Journal bulldltiir , while on Washmgto
street , in front of the News oflleo , the polit
could not krep the way open , and for a tin
trulllc was blockaded. As the bulletins wei
posted In the News windows , showing tin
Harrison steadily gained in Indiana , or :
least maintained his lirst gains , the crou
cheered and yelled for n long time.
Ucturns were being received at seven
other places in the city , and the interc :
secmedalmostasgrc.it as last night. /
darkness came on tnu crowd b
gan to grow around the Journ
promises , standing patiently. As a steropl
c.in Illuminated the latest returns from Nc
York City and Kings county , conlirnili
previous figures , the crowd grew boistcroi
uii'l hilarious , singing and cheering. In tl
corridors of the New Denison the scenes i
last night are being repeated upon a mode
ate scale. At the H.ites and Grand hole
largo crowds are concregatcd , but no dor
onstr.itions are in progress.
Thousands of telegrams were received t
day by citi/.cns and newspaper people fro
distant friends , appealing for information i
to how Indiana had gone. The mengcrnoi
of the returns of last night at the lute hoi
nt which they arrived seems to huvo dlrectt
thu eyes of the entire country toward the ol
Hoosier state.
Among the several hundred telegrams r
ceived by Chairman Huston were over fifl
stating that parties were being offerc
wagers on Indiana going democratic. Co
gratulatory telegrams have poured in c
General Harrison slncn early morning , in
are from all parts of the country , The pre
will bo given access to thcso telegrams
such u time us General Harrison thitil
: > ropcr. Under the circumstances he is n
lisposed to be hasty in this matter , takir
.lie same cool but serious view of the elo
.ion as hn manifested in such marked degn
throughout the campaign.
It has been nn anxious day for the crowd
: lie democratic headquarters. Returns fro
New York have been very well received , m
all eyes were turned to Indiana. At 3 o'cloi
thU evening the committee rooms wo
packed with seekers after the latest now
Chairman Jewett , Mr. Shcerin , secretary
the democratic national committee , and
largo corps of assistants have be <
busily engaged since early mor
ing in receiving and tabulutli
returns from various parts of the stat
When the Associated 1'ress corresponds
called this cvcnlnc after news , Mr , Sheer
was in charge. When asked for an oxprc
ston regarding the result In Indiana , he sal
"Wo huvo heard from fifty-four count !
officially , and , taking the figures claimed I
the republicans for the rest , our retur
give the state to Cleveland by from 1,500
1,000 ! plurality. The republican state tick
is behind their national ticket , so that estate
state ticket will have a larger plurality tin
that. I think wo have gamed three , ni
possibly four , congressmen , and wo have
good working majority in both branches
the legislature. Our returns are ofticial frc
every county. Our committeemeu vend the
to us us soon as they can get them exactly
The opinions expressed among dcmocro
generally are varied , but a great many a
conceding the state to the republicans. Men
while tha faitnful keep up their weary wa
INDIAN-ATOMS , Nov. 7. Attorney Uener
Mlchner , on behalf of General Harriso
wired W. W. Dudley , of the national ropu
lican committee , this afternoon , inqulrii
with regard to the correctness of the rcpo
acceded Jto Senator Gorman , alleging t
discovery of an error in the returns of Kin
county which will glvo Now York state
the democrats. Colonel Dudley , at 4 p. u
sent the following to General Harrison :
"There Is positively nothing m it O
people , are guarding the returns from Kin
county and other precincts and counties wl
absolute vigilance. Fraud is barely posslb
but will not bo permitted if the most perfi
espionage by honest , bravo men can prove
it. The state is now ours. The latest i
turns sure to give you Iti.OOO. If there is a
change it will bo more. "
The following telegram was received 1
night by General Harrison :
NEW Yoitic , Nov. 7. To General BenJ.ire
Harrison : Cordial congratulations. Ni
York is supremely happy. The republica
nro Jubilant and the democrats shcddi
thuir tears. Ciuuxcp.v M. Dui'isw ,
Bight hundred and sixtv precincts in 1
dmnu give Harrison 13j2al ( , Cleveland 1U
IMS. Tha same precincts in 1SS4 gave I31ai
li'1,744. Cleveland I'i5,7tl.
The following dispatch was received fro
Chicago :
To Hon. nonjnmin Harrison , Indianapol
Ind. Congratulations upon your elcctii
Chicago is proud of the fact that her gr <
auditorium was dedicated by the nomlnati
of our country's next president.
FKIIII. W. Pr.cK
The Indianapolis Journal has returns frc
eighty counties , showing gains for Harris
of 7,875 and Cleveland 350 , and3.500 major
on the national and state republican tickc
The democrats gain congressmen in t
First , Eleventh and Twelfth district * , a
elect majorities in both branches of t
legislature.
Nine hundred and seventeen precincts
Indiana give Harrison 145,941 , Cleveland IS
! 15. The same precincts in 1SS4 gave Ulul
182,575. Cleveland 131,305. This includes
of Mnrlou county excujn four precincts. T
ofllclal vote of Indianapolis city and Marl
county glvei Cleveland 3JS majority. Sec :
tury Shorin of the democratic national co
inittco said to-nicht that It looked now
though General Harrl ou had carried t
state , but it would require the ofticial rctut
to determine.
At 10:30 : this evening the democratio co
uiittee rooms were deserted. The Janil
had full possession of the lower rooms ,
thu chairman's private room Mr. Jowett n
throe or four assistants were engaged
ilgurlng on the result of the Ic.dslatlvo a
congressional tickets. Mr , Shcerin li
gonu homo. Chairman Jewett greeted t
Associated press correspondent pleasant
and in answer to a suggestion that ho mi ;
huvo something to say regarding the sin
tion in the state , said :
"The indications ore that the republic
doctor * have carried the stato. The oftlc
count may show differently- The probabil
U that we have elected a part of our sti
ticket. Wo have elected fen congressmen
gain of four. We hnVe a certain majority
the stale senate ol six , and in the Igy
house of twenty , giving us control of the
Joint ballot. I do not cure to say anything
about the mcthoils by which this was accom
plished. "
IOWA.
DBS MOIXES , la. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tele-
grain to THE Hii.l--There : was a great sen
sation in democratic circles hero to-day on
the arrival of the sheriff of Adams county
with a warrant for the arrest of E. 11. Hun
ter , chairman of the democratic state central
committee , on n charge of bribery. Hunter's
homo Is at Corning , and n man was arrested
there for repeating , yesterday , and he made
on afllduvit that ho did so at the request ol
Hunter , who , he says , gave him two dollars
for voting the second time. The man had
voted In ono of the country precincts , and ,
coming to town , was met by Hunter , who , hi
says , induced him to vote u second tlmo and
lalleU him aside and paid him two dollars foi
lolng so. Local democrats took pains tc
over up Hunter's tracks , and gave out thai
10 had gone to Chicago \vhen the sherlfl
icarched fo1- him to-day. It was ascertained
.hat he left town in the opposite direction ,
olitical circles are greatly excited over tin
escapade.
Dm Moisr.s , Nov. 7. [ Special Telegram
oTin : Hen. ] Keturns from the following
ounlies give the vote for president us fol
ows :
llarrtffin. Cleveland
Adair Dsb : ! Hi !
tiickasaw. . i l.VB lOW
: irecno ! ! 174 180
Grundy 13.15 113
Hamilton 1777 100
Hancock Mil W >
Ida 1S74 IDS
Jefferson 'JH'J ( If. ' . )
Madison 1S ( > 9 1 ! )
Montgomery 'J'iii ? 123
Muscatino 27(19 ( 2iTi
Osceola iW2 3.
Page 2.VX > 144
1'ocahontus 1H)7 ( ) 7.
ao Ib3t 110
Story ' .Mill 10.1
Tiuinv 2 J-JS 221
Washington 2.14 ! ) IKS
Webster 2353 1W1
Winnesheik 2.VI ! 20-1
Worth IIXKI i M
DEI MOINK-I , In. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tele
gram to THIS Huir.l Thirty counties ( com
plete ) Indicate that Harrison will have 30,00
plurality in the state , the largest for seve :
years. The entire republican state ticket i
elected by majorities but little less. Th
most notable gains nro for congressmen , th
republicans electing all but the ono in th
Second district , n gain of two. All the cor
grcssmen have increased their vote , as i
this district , wlioro Conger had 000 majorit
in 1SSO. This year ho has nearly 5,000. Th
only republican whoso re-election was n
( arnica ns doubtful was ex-Governor Gear , i
the First district , and ho has nearly 1,0(1
majority. It has boon a republican tuln
wave in Iowa , instead of u democratio hope
us Chairman Brioe has claimed.
ILiMNOlB.
CntcHoo , Nov. 7. This city , complete , an
the rest of Cook county , except two sinn
townships which , it is not thought , will in :
tcrially change the result , give Clevelan
81,120 , Harrison 80,203 , u plurality for Clevi
land of 857. The county complete in ISi
gave Ulalno 09,2)1 , Cleveland 60C09 , a plu
nlity forHlulnoof 8OJ2. As there has bee
no doubt that the state outside ot Cook wei
heavily for Harrison , though possibly I
somewhat loss plurality than for lilaino i
18V4 , there would now appear to bo absolute !
no question , notwit hstamling the great gai
for Cleveland m Cook county , that the stat
is safe for Harrison.
UOCK ISLIND , Nov. 7. Hock Island count
( complete ) gives Harrison 8.53 mnjorit.
Fiforis but little behind. Gest. forcongrcbi
gets lUund ( is elected by 1,500 to 2,000 i
the district. The entire republican count
ticket is elected by good majorities.
CHICAGO , Nov. 7. The vote of 84 countie
in Illinois , including Cook , show majoritic
for Harrison of 3S.1I13 , Cleveland 19,373. Th
remaining IS counties , in 1884 , gave Ulali
5,834 and Cleveland 0,542. Assuming thi
these 18 counties , not yet fully roportei
give the same result as in 1884 , the state wi
now give a plurality for Harrison of 18,91' '
It is safe to say , therefore , that Harrison1
plurality will be ubout 19.000. For Fifer , tt
republican gubernatorial candidate , Coc
county complete , except two townships , givi
7&/J83 , and for Palmer ( dom. ) 8Sl > 73 , Pi' '
rnllty of 4,090. The county complete , in IbS
pave Ojrlesby ( rep. ) for governor 05.KI
against ( ijiJ3 , for the democratic cundidat
u plurullty of 103 for the democrats.
Cook county ( complete ) , including the ci
of Chicago , gives Harrison 83,790. Clcvolui
84,3r > 4 ; Cleveland's plurality 504. Fif
( rep. ) , for governor , b2,442 ; 1'almcr ( dcm.
80,9r.O ; Palmer's plurality 4,514. In 1884 tl
county gave Hlaine U9,2M , Cleveland CO.GO
Ulalne's plurality 8,642.
The Tribune will announce the defeat
Haker in the 188th Illinois ( William H. Me
rison's ) district by W. S. Forcmas by a m
jority of 148.
CAMFORN1A.
SiN FIUSCISCO , Nov. 7. He turn B throng
out California are coming in very slow !
and ns there are no complete city or counl
returns there ii no basis of comparison wit
1884 possible. The republican and dem
cratic state committees both claim the stat
the former by from 7OOJ to 9,000 while tl
democrats contend that their ticket will ha'
u majority of 2,000 or 3,000. The city of S :
Francisco has been carried by the democrat
The Evening Post ( rep ) says that Clov
land's majority m thu city will bo 4W
while the democrats claim that the major !
will approximate. s.OOHJ to 9,000 in the clt
and that the republicans will not como to tl
city with u sufllcicnt vote to overcome tin
The entire democratic ticket in San Fra
Cisco is elected.
Los Axor.i.R * , Nov. 7. Ninety-three o
of ono hundred und thirty-one precincts
this city and county give Harrison 10,31
Cleveland 7,759.
SAN FIIASUISCO , Nov. 7 , A Chronic
special from New York says that Chalrm ;
Hrico concedes the election of Harrison.
SAN FIUNCISCO , Nov. 7. The Chronic
claims the election of four republican co
pressmen in the interior districts , as follow
In the First and Second districts Thompsi
and Uijrgs ( dem. ) , and present incumbent
have been defeated , by Dp Hovcn and Eagi
( rep , ) . MolCennaand Van DoVer ( rep. ) ha'
been ro-elccted in the Third and Sixth di
tricts. Hcturns from the Fourth district a
meager , and no indication is given as
whether or not Morrow ( rep. ) has been r
elected. Ueturns from the Fifth distric ; u
also meager and no conclusions can bo bas <
upon them.
Seventeen thousand votes had been ca
vassod in the city of San Francisco up tt
o'clock this afternoon , out of 54,000 cast. T !
vote gives Harrison t > ,293 , Cleveland 8,7 ;
Naper county returnscompleUjgivoHarrisi ( )
1,752 , Cleveland , 1.4S3. In 1SS4 it gavoUlaii
1,590 , Cleveland 1,238. Sacramento coun
( complete , except ono precinct ) gives Hnn
son 4,070 , Cleveland 3,3i7. In 1884 it ga
Ulaine 4,308 , Cleveland 2.UG4.
COLORADO.
DBNVER , Nov. 7. The excitement in th
city last night and to-day over the olcctlc
returns Is intense , each bulletin being grceti
with rounds of yells by the republicans , wl
are confident of the success of the nation
ticket. The democrats , while acknowledgli
that their chances are very doubtful , ha' '
not entirely given up all hopes of carryii
New York. Returns of the Colorado clcctio
both state and Arupahoc county ( Denvc
arc unusually slow coming In. Up to tli
hour (7:30 ( : p. m. ) only partial returns ha
been rccclveJ. These indicate the elect !
of the republican ticket by majorities ran
ing from 8,000 to VJ.OJO. The next gcnei
assembly will probably bo as follows : Sena1
six democrats and nineteen republlcat
House , tvn democrat * nd thirty-nine rcpi
Means. Partial returns from twenty-tin
counties give Cleveland 5,044 , Harrison 7d
Congressman , Moivnsontl ( rop. ) 7,302 , Mac
( dem. ) 4,749. Governor , Cooper ( rep , ) 0,0-
1'uUersou'dem. ) otlHJ.
from twenty-live precinctiltd the city and
county give the following vote : Harrison
4Wi , Cleveland 3 ? 27 , Topsend8 , Kll , Mncon
3,397 , Cooper 4,370 , Patterson 3,0i > y.
r- M ,
N13W JEflBKY.
TKCNTON , Nov. 7. Thi" congressional del
egation of New Jersey is as follows :
First Distrlct-C. K Btrsen ( rep. )
Second District Jainel Buchanan ( rep. )
Third District-si , Golienlieimer ( dcui. )
Fourth District P. Fthvler ( dcm. )
Fifth Dlstrict-C. D. Beckwith ( rep. )
Sixth District Herman Lchlbaek ( rep. )
Seventh District William McAdoo ( dem. )
Tha state legislature will stand thus : Dem
ocrats 31 , republicans 2"f in doubt 2. Demo
cratic majority on Joint ballot , not including
doubtful districts , 5. I
WISCONSIN.
MILWAUKEE , Nov. 7. Van Schulk's ( rep. )
majority over Henry Smith ( dcm. and labor )
in Milwaukee , Fourth congressional district ,
is about 1,500. The republicans elect the entire -
tire county ticket , with the exception of
treasurer. Haruig ( dem. ) is elected to congress -
gross over McFetricdge ( rep. ) in the Second
district. i
MICHIGAN.
Dr.TitotT , Nov. 7. Th4 election of Wheeler
n the Tenth district oveV the democratic In
cumbent is conceded.This leaves but ono
district ( the Seventh ) ) in 'doubt , and is a
republican gain of tlired.
DETROIT , Nov. 7. Sufficient returns have
icon received fro'm all congressional ills ,
tricts in Michigan , with one exception , to in >
sure the election of eight republicans and
two democrats , n republican gain of two ,
Tno result in the Tenth' ( Fisher's ) district if
in doubt , and may require the official count
to determine. *
DKTUOIT , Nov. 7. Tbo Tribune estimate !
Harrison's plurality in } Michigan at 22,000
Luce , for governor , ruis about 8,500 bchini
his ticket. The Free fPress estimates an
practically the same as'above.
OHIO.
CINCIXNASTI , Nov. 7 , All counties except
Ing six show a plurality for Harrison o
20,3.11. The six counties not reported gavi
Foraker ( rep. ; for governor in Ibs7 n pluralit ;
of 430.
OUEGON.
POUTI.AND , Nov. 7. Returns from tin
more remote sections in the state arc cominf
in slowly. However , sufllcicnt have nlrcad ;
been received to place Harrison's majorit ;
larger than Herman's ( con gressmun ) . A
the election last June Herman's majority wn
7,407 over Geerin. The very latest und mos
authentic news jU3tilics.tho estimate of be
tween 7,000 and 8,000.- .
CONNECTICUT.
HAVEN , Nov. ' 7. The republican
hero celebrated their nationul victory b ,
firing u salute of 100 guns this afternoon am
u monster procession this evening , the char
aetunsties of which were music , firework
und general enthusiasm. ; '
IlAitTFOiin , Nov. 7. Complete returns giv
Cleveland 74.H04 , Harrison 74,519 , Fisk 4lbl
Cleveland's plurality 085. For governor
Morris ( dem. ) 74,144 , Bulkoly 73.425. Th
legislature has n republican majority of 49 o
Joint ballot , and this insures Bulkely's clec
tion as governor. 4- * *
MINNESOTA.
ST. PAUL , Nov. 7. 'Merrlam's majority i
about 7,000. Four republican congressmen
have been elected. Tfip'Tlrst district is stl
in doubt. V'
ST. PAUL , Nov. 7. The 'Globo ( dcm. ) con
cedes that the state has'gone for Harrison b
20,000 ; for Mcrriam ( rep ) , for governor , b
10,000 ; and that republican congressmen r
elected in all districts.
WEST VIRGINIA.
WHEEMNO.NOV. 7. Atkinson ( rep. ) 1
elected over Pendlcton ( dcm. ) for congress !
the First district , by COO majority.
WHREMNII , Nov. 7. Fourteen out c
twenty-four precincts , casting one-third i
the vote of the Btate'Hhow republican gain
of 1,00. ! . If corresponding gains ure made i
the rest of the state it will give COO republ
can majority.
WnEELixo. Nov. 7 It is pretty well n
surud that the legislature will be repubhcni
Atkinson ( rep. ) is elected to congress in tl ;
First district , and Jackson ( dcm. ) In tl :
Fourth. The Second and Third arc I
doubt. Both state committees claim the cle
tlou of governor and the ght is very ulos
The state ticket , may be split. This clt
gives Cleveland 7 majority , republican gai
of Ib8. . _
LOUISIANA.
NcwOjii.TAfs : , Nov. 7. Nearly comple1
returns from the Second congressional di
trict show tut election of Coleman ( rep. ) I
SOU majority. In the Fifth district the repu'
llcuiiH claim to hav elected Mudd to co
grcEs by a plurality f t Hi.
TENNESSEE.
CiutTAXooGA , N r. 7. R. Clay Evar
( rep. ) defeats CreedF. . Butes ( dem. ) fi
congress from the Third congressional di
trict of Tennessee. Evans1 majority i 8
This is the ilrst republican congressman en
elected from this district.
FLOUIDA.
JACKSONVILLE , Nov. 7. Florida gives tli
Cleveland electors and the democratic stat
ticket a majority of something less tha
5.WXI.
PENNSYLVANIA.
PHILADELPHIA , Nov. 7. Returns fro
every county in the state show a pluralit
for Harrison of 72,928 , u democratic gain <
8,071 as compared with the vote of lbS4. Or
republican congressman is gained.
MASSACHUSETTS.
BOSTON , Nov. 7. All but two towns in tl
state have been heard , from , and give Han
son 183,447 , Cleveland ) 151,990 , Fisk 8,04
The same towns in lt& > gave Blaine 140,01
Cleveland 123254 , Butler 24,870 , St. Jol
0,910. JU _ _
NEVADA ,
SAN Fniscisco , .Hov. 7. Forty-two pr
clncts in Nevada , out ( of 172 , give Harris *
3,147 , Cleveland. 2.034. Returns from thlrt
five precincts iu Nevada give the republica
congressional candidate 1.084 , und the dem
cratic 1.C33. * ) } >
VIUCIMA.
WASHINGTON , Nov pJi A special to tl
Post from Alexandria , Va. , says the scrr
tary of the democratic state committee claiu
the state for Cleveland by a reduced m
Jority , probably between 4,000 and 5,000.
KANSAS.
Torniu , Nov. 7. Returns have been n
cclved from every county in Kansas. Tt
estimate of Chairman Booth , from the n
ports received , gives Harrison 70,000 majo
ity over Cleveland , and 65,000 for the entli
republican ticket. 'The republicans hui
elected all but four members , and two <
these districts'ure In doubt. Every repub
can senator ie re-elected but two , ono
Leaven worth and one In La Belle count
There are 38 opposition members ID tl
present legislature , '
KENTUcTTy.
LOUISVILLI , Nov. 7. 'J'ho latest returi
show that the , democrats carried the fir
nine congrCMJ nal districts , with much tl
best prospcct { n the Tenth. The Elevenj
has elected Fin ley ( rop. ) . This Is a ccrta
gain of one den o : ratic congressman at
piobably two. Cleveland's majority is nci
SHE IS ALL RIGHT.
This Remark Applies to tbo State
of Nebraska.
A FIELD DAY FOR REPUBLICANS.
Gonornl Thayer Gets There By n
Handaomo Majority.
CORPORATIONS BADLY BEATEN.
They Try Very Hard to Defeat the
Attorney Qonoral.
BUT THE PEOPLE REBUKE THEM
And Howard Honesty , Ability am !
Courage Ity Uctaltiintc William
lioesc lit Ilia Present Ollloo
Imtest Returns.
FIUST IJISTUICT.
Ncinalm.
AcnuiiN , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB BEE. ] Church Howe is electee
to the senate by over 1,200 majority. Hli
majority in Nemahu county is bOO nnd it
Johnson county about 500. Tom. Majors I
elected to the house by 75 majority. Pohl
man is probably elected to the house eve
Lash , but It will take the official count to dc
cldo it. Corbin , float representative for Ne
maha nnd Johnson counties , gets over 20
majority in Nenmha county. Thayer , fo ;
governor , carries Ncmuha county by : t50 , am
Connell , for congress , has 250 majority.
Snrpy.
PAI-M-LION , Nov. 7 , The vote for Sarp ;
county is us follows : Harrison 000 , ( Jlcvc
land Nil , Council 053 , Morton 855 , Thuye
014 , McShane 91b , Clarke C7I , Gates b5C
Picket 719 , Lutten 819 , Leeso COO , Munge
bCO , Bcnton GJO , Poyntor 801. Puttorsoi
( dem. ) 801. Bellevue precinct included bu
not official.
Otoe.
NF.IIIUSKA CITV , Neb. , Nov. 7. fSpeciii
Telegram to Tun BE .l Official return
from back precincts are not in yet nnd the ,
will be necessary to decide the result on th
legislative ticket , but tlic election of Matte
nnd White is conceded , while Ransom ( rep.
for the senate and Watson for lloat sonata
will have 400 majority In the county. Morto
for congress gets u majority of bOO. Follow
ing are the official returns from the city
which will also hold good for the entlri
county : Harrison 044 , Cleveland 75(1 ( , Fis
bC , Thayer 705 , McShano 025 ; lor congress
man , First district , W. J. Council ( rep. ) 480
J. S. Morton ( dem. ) 928 ; for stuto senator
Otoo county , Third district , Frank T. Ran
sum ( rep. ) 900 , Eugene Muun ( dcm. ) 493 ; fu
representative , Horncr ( rep. ) . C75 , E. 1'
Lutta ( rep. ) 030 , John Mattes ( dem. ) 754 , Di
AVhite ( dcm , ) 093 ; for float representative
Biggins ( dom. ) COO , Wutson ( rop. ) 993
county attorney , Herman Wendall ( rep. ) 58'
D. T. Huyden ( dcm. ) 813.
Cans.
PHATTSMOUTH , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Spccii
Telegram to THE BEE. ] The return
arc not all in yet from the count ;
Some cf the precincts ure very slow. Thor
ure no definite results in regard to tl
stale lickct to bo had. The republicans ele <
Jolk senator and Sutchcll representative
and give Watson u majority for float rcpri
icntatlve. The democrats elect White repr ,
iCntattvc and Geerlng'for county attorney.
Gnge.
BEATRICE , Nov. 7. [ Special to THE BEE
The entire republican ticket Is elected 1
Gage county by majorities ranging from ( X
.o 1,000. Very few returns in yet. The vo
n the city of Beatrice is as follows : Hari
BOH 8(19 ( , Cleveland 487 , Ffsk 123 , Thayer 78 !
McShuno 590 , Bigelow 125 , Hill 9S3 , Pattei
son 383 , Leese &U3 , Munger 772 , Council 801
Morton 652.
I. W. Funck , republican candidate for sta
senator , is elected about by 800 majority ov
Cuptain Ashly , W. C. Bill , J. W. Wllliau
and F. E. Whyinan. All the republican cai
dictates for representatives are elected t
good majorities. A. B. McNickle , rcpublici
candidate for float representative fro
Gage and Saline counties , ostlmat
that he will carry Guge county by 8
majority and that his opponent , Vilda ,
Saline couuty , will carry Saline county 1
500 majority. Hugh J. Dobbs republican
elected couuty atlornev over J.V. . Ebers <
A big fight was made by a good niuny leu
ing railroad republicans against Lecse.
LmncnHtcr.
LINCOI.V , Neh. , Nov. 7. | Special Tolegra
to THE BKK. ] The official vote of the coun
is not fully counted but Harrison's pi Ural I
is carefully estimated at 2,030 , Thayer 1,9(1 (
Connell 1,800 , Leeso 1,850. The official vo
of Lincoln on the following candidates 1
Harrison 3,218 , Cleveland 1,958 , goverm
Thayer 3,002 , McShauo 2,113 , Connell 2.91.
Morton 2,210. State senate , Raymond ( ret
3,245 , Price ( dem. ) 1,980 , Beardsloy ( ro |
3,147. Butler ( dcm. ) 1,820. Rcprcsentalh
Dickinson ( rep. ) 3,19:1 : , Kelly ( dem. ) 2,4S
Hall ( rep. ) 2,709 , CunditT ( dcm. ) 1,874 , Sal
well ( rep. ) 3,200 , Dunn ( dcm. ) I,8o5 , McUrl
3,438 , Heuiper 1,847 , Severm 3,235 , Huff 1,6 :
County attorney , Stearns ( rep. ) 3,287 , Bak
( dcm. ) 1,805.
SECOND DISTRICT.
Dundjr.
BENKI.EWAN. Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tel
gram to THE BRK. ] Dundy county gives tl
national and state republican ticket 250 m
Jority against 100 in 1887. The majority
Meeker , republican , is estimated at two to 91
Clay.
FAIIIPIELD , Neb. , Nov.7. [ Special To !
gram to THE BEE. ] The effort on the part
the railroad crowd in fuvor of McShane ai
Mungcr was attended my meager resull
The vote : Harrison 190 , Fisk 112 , Clevelai
105 , Thayer 178 , Hlgelow 114 , McShano 15
Laira 178 , Scott 122 , Bastings 11 ; for t
state senate , 20Sth district : Pure ] , re pub
can , 192 ; Smith , prohibition , 119 ; Vunduyn
democrat , 104. Bcrtts and Chisly , ropub
can Candida tea for the legislature in i
Forty-second district , run oven with the c
tire lickct. For county attorney , J. L , Le
person 232 , William Clark , democrat , 110 ; 1
attorney jreneral , Lccso 159 , Munger K
Barnard 118.
Nuckollo.
NELSON , Neb. , Nov. 7 , [ Special Tolegra
to TIIK BEE. ] Nuckolls county : Prohll
tion vote 78 , labor 12 , Harrison 1,228 , Clcv
land 740'Thayer 1,212 , McShane 707 ; co
pressman , Second district , James Lair
republican , 1,209 ; William G. Hastiiu
democrat , 765 ; stale senator , Twcnty-tni
district , John S. Hoover , republican , plur ;
Ity 500 ; representative , Thirty sixth distrlt
James Hnnthorn , republican , plurality 41
attorney , C. S. Johnson , republican , plur <
Hy 300.
Adam * .
HASTINOS , Neb. . Nov. 7. [ Special To
gram to THE BEE. ] Adams county retur
are incomplete. Republicans make a cle
sweep and give about 800 majority for t
national und slate tickets.
Hamilton.
AUKOIIA , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Te
gram to THE BEKJ Aurora precinct Han
son 310 , Cleveland 178 , Fisk 50. Thayer 3 !
McShano 180 , Blglow 48 , Laird 310 , Hnstin
177. Scotl 55 : republican legislature 310 , dei
ocratio legislature 159 ; senators same tel
vote 540 ; no relurns from other precincts.
Kearney.
MINIIEN , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tolegra
to Tin : BEE.J Returns show that t
straight republican ticket Is elected , niuku
Otto Abrahamson representative.
Sullnc.
SWANTON , Neb , , Nov. 7. Swan CreeU pr
cinct , republican ticket Harriscm 133 ; tta
lickcl , Thayer 1HO , Laws 129 , Hill 13'J. Be
tonll > 9 , Lceso 182 , Stein 129 , Lane 129 ; co
gre.s6io.nal tlc'u't T.lnl 122 : legislature
xnpe liK , Bohacelc.123 , W. J. Dunn 123 , M
Nicklcll5. Democratic Cleveland 51 ; sta
democratic Mc.ShaiieW ! , Hmo52 , Putlersi
62 , Foynter 02 , Hunger 63 , Jussea I
'hresher 52 ; congressional Hastings C2 ,
iarkor Ml , Allen fit , Daugherty 42 , Vlhla ( Vi ;
inhibition Fisk 2.1 , Blgelow 1" , Hopper 24.
Tlinycr.
CliRsTEii. Neb. . Nov. 7. Harrison 123 ,
Cleveland 74 , Fislr 13 , Streator 22. Thayer
23 , McShano S3. Ulglow ( prohlb. ) ill , Butler
union labor ) 12 , Laird 115 , Hastings S ) ,
Scott ( prohlb , ) 22 , Roha ( union labor ) 14 ,
. .uws 124. Illnes 75 , Hopper ( prohlb. ) Ill ,
Align ( union labor ) 19. Treasurer Hill 121 ,
attcrson 75 , Stewart 15 , Wash ( union labor )
li , Hcmton 123 , Painter 75 , Holiner 10 , Han-
horn 19.
Wi'tmtcr.
Rr.n Ct.nvn , Neb , Nov. 7. I Special Telo-
'ram to Tin : Bnr. . ] The election passed oft
Itlletly here. Everybody turned out to vote as
isunl , Webster county shows u good ropub.
ic in record with but little union labor ot
irohlbltion defection. Hurrlson 252 , ClevO'
and 181 , Thayer 248 , McSlianu 129 , Laird 240 ,
lastlnus 130 , Hoover 245 , Dawson UI4 , Hump-
on 242 , McCall 141. Hnhn 204 , Buschow ltd ,
A-eso 107 , Munger 210 , Wilcox 254 , Hopkins
M2.
NucknlU.
NEI. ON , Nub. , Nov. 7. [ Special Telegram
o THE BBE. ] Harrison 187 , Cleveland ! ! ! ,
I'haycr 1WI , McShuno Vi. For congress , Second
end district , Jiiines Lulrd Is5 , William U.
lastlncs 92. Senator Nuckolls county ,
fwenty-third district , John S. Hoover , ( rep. )
ilurulity , 94. Uepresentativo Thlrty-slxtli
listrlut , James Hawthorn , ( rep. ) plurality ,
17. County attorney C. S. Johnson , ( rep. )
iltiraltty , 57.
llEi.vinnui : , Neb. , Nov. 7. Bolvldcro lire
cinct gives Harrison ICC , Cleveland 121
rtnivcr 107. McShano lill , Meiklejohn 1C4
Foldu 127 , Laws ICO , Bines 125 , Hill 107 , Pat
terson 125 , Bcnton ICO , Poynter 131 , Lucsi
170 , Mumrcr 127 , Ltilr.l 101 , Hastings 133 ; foi
senator Wetherald 171 , Stump 122 ; for rep
rosentutlvo Truesdale 147 , Rohrer 135 ; ilea
representative Baker 154 , Burrus 143.
Hnil Willow.
MrCoou , Neb. , Nov. 7. Willow Grove precinct
cinct gives Cleveland 202. Harrison 3(12 ( , Me
Shane 225 , Thayer 333 , Hustings 184 , Lain
J84.
J84.HAUTI.ET , Neb. , Nov. 7. Harrison 7.
Thayer 75 , Laird 73 , Cleveland 20 , MeShuii' '
25 , Hastings 25.
Klllmore.
GENOV , Neb. , Nov. 7. Returns from nl
jut ono precinct in Fillmore county show i
republican plurality of about li(0 ( on th
state , national und legislative tickets. Luird
for congress , has about 500 majority.
York.
YOIIK , Neb. , Nov. 7. The York count ;
official returns are ns follows : Hnrrlso :
2,253 , Cleveland l.Oill , Thayer 2 , 143McShan
1,2 : < 5 , Meiklejohn 2,214 , Folda 1,102 , McNen ;
2,321 , Bines 1,109 , 111112,247 , Patterson 1,09 :
Hcntan 2,248 , Poyutor 1,095 , Lccso 2,2.1' .
Munger 1,11)7 ) , Stern 2,243 , Jussen 1,104 , Lint
2,249 , Thrasher 1,101. Congressman , Luir
2.110. Hastings 1,140. For state sonatoi
Keckley 2.210 , Tyler 1,142 ; for rcpre.sontr
lives , Gilbert 2,201 , Gnrternreicht 1,121
Hayes 2,202 , Graves 1,122.
TlllUD D1STUICT.
Buffalo.
KEAUNET , Neb. , Nov. 7. Special TeU
gram to THE Bun. ] Election returns cam
in steady to day. Two precincts have no
been heard from. Harrison received 2,13.
Cleveland 1,333. The whole republica
ticket carried by a hundsomo majority i
Buffalo county. Henry Field Grove , e
Shelton , nnd R. 1C. Potter , of Elm Creel
are the representatives elected from thi
county , George E. Evans , the present ii
cumbenl , is re-elected county attorney ovi
John Murphy with a good majority.
Keith.
OCIALLALA , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tel
grain to THE BEE. ] The official report <
Keith county Is as follows : Harriion 31
Cleveland 2C3 , Thayer 312 , McShane 27
Doraey 319 , Wcathcrby 2U For state sen
tor , Nesbitt ( rep. ) gets aio , Q. W. Vroniii
( dcm. ) 305 ; representative , H. St , Raym
( rep. ) 208 , F. O. Feltz ( dem. ) 317 ; altorni
general. William Leeso ( rep. ) 303 , W. 1
Munger ( dcm. ) 207 ; county attorney , J. <
Halllgan ( rep. ) 344 , H. L. Mead ( unic
labor ) 207.
find & ; <
FUF.MONT , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tel
cram to TUB BRE. Incomplete returns fro
Dodge county indicate the election of Dei
Tor senator , Larson and Christy for repr
sentatives , all democrats , by from 250 to 7
majority.
Dlxon.
PoNOij Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Telegrn
to THE BEB. ] Quito a largo vote was polli
in Ponca. ' The weather was lino. The vo
for this city stands as follows : Harrison i :
Cleveland 80 , Thayer 138 , McShane 82 ; f
state senator , Robinson ( rep. ) 138 , Bonste
( dem. ) 79 ; for representative , Whitefo
( rep. ) 140 , Sherman ( dom. ) 89 ; for conn
attorney , Barnes ( rep. ) 140 , McAlllst
( dem. ) 81.
In Galena township : Harrison SI , Clcv
land 50 , Thayer 52 , McShano 49 , Roblnsi
52 , Bonsteel 60 , McAllister 53 , Harncs 4 .
Ponca Township Harrison 71 , Clovolni
79. Thuyer 71 , McShano 79 , Dorsoy 71Wcut
crby 79 , Robinson 71 , Boncsteel 79 , Whitfo
70 , Sherman bO , Barnes 73 , McAllister 77.
Newcastle Harrison 18 , Cleveland :
Thayer 18 , McShane 45 , Robinson 18 , Bor
steel 45 , Whitford 15 , Sherman 4S , Dors
18 , Weutherby 45. These nro nil the pi
cinctfl heard from up to this time. There
no doubt of Whltford's election.
Spring Bank gives to all republican cam
dates , state and national , 81 votej and
votes to the democratic candidates. Twal
precincts give Thayer 155 majority. Fi
precincts are unheard from. In 188(1 ( the
gave Thayer 32 majority. The national tick
will be republican by about 157 In the pi
cincts reported. In the precincts to be hea
from the national republican ticket will ha
a majority of about 32 votes. Robinson a
ried his party voto. McAllister and Barn
for county attorney are still about oven. \
Allistcr is carrying many and running ahe
of his ticket in all republican precincts.
Wayne.
WAYNE , Nob. . Nov. 7. [ Special Tolegn
to THE BEK.I The Wayne county plurallti
are : Harrison 184 , Thuyer 1V ( > , Dorsoy 1
Manning ( rep. ) senator 187 , Ley ( dom. ) re
rcsentatlvo 174. There were 133 union lab
votes and 31 prohibition In the county. L
( dcm. ) was elected by u small majority.
Holt.
O'NEILL , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special To
gram to TUB BER.J Returns from 20 out
'M townships give the republican nation
state und congressional tickets between 1
and 200 nlurullty. The representative a
senatorial candidates arc elected by good n
Jorillcs. Chapman , the democratic candiclt
for attorney , is probably elected. The ( jiu
tion of county division was defeated.
I'lattn.
CouiMni's , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tel
gram to Tins Bun. ] Harrison 1,221 , Clov
land 1,598 , Thayer 1,1(17 ( , McShanu 1.07C , a
grcssman Third district , Dorscy ( rep. ) 1,2
Weatherby ( dem. ) 1,590 , state senc
Twelfth district , W. A. McAllister ( re ]
1,207 , Michael Muher 1,500 , for rcprcsen
lives Twenty-fourUi distriet , W. A. Hampt
( rep. ) 1,229 , J. C. Swartsley ( dom. ) 1,0
float reprcsentallves Twcnly-flfth dlstri
Nels Olson ( rep. ) 1.H03 , E. O. Greene ( don
1,633 , county attorney , James G. Reed
( rep. ) 1,824 , John M. Gendering ( dem. ) 1,6
Dnwes.
CaADiioN , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tel
gram to THE BEE.Six ] precincts In Daw
county give McShano330 , Thayer 549 , Wcat
crly 328 , Dorsoy 540 , Cox lor senator 4 !
Connell 410. The iitulo ticket in Daw
county will go 400 to I'M republican majorit
Reports come in very slowly.
Dakota.
DAKOTA Cirr , Neb. . Nov.7. [ Special To ]
pram to THE BuB.l Harrison 710 , Cluvelai
b9 : ) , Thayer 623 , McShane 009 ; congrcssra ;
Third district , Dorsoyr ( rep. ) 715 , Weather !
( dcm , ) 8S7 ; senulor Elghlh district , Robi
son ( rep. ) GS5 , Bone Heel ( dcm. ) 919 ; rcpi
stmtatlvo Sixteenth district , Combs ( rci
720 , O'Sulllvun ( dem. ) 873 ; county altornc
George H. Fair ( rep , ) 771 , 1C. W. Frazi
( dcm. ) b''O. Fair and Combs will conic
Wlnnebago precinct , claiming the India
were not legal voterii.
i' or k I nt.
GHANT. Neb. , Nov. 7 , [ Special Telegrc
to Tirn liisE. ] Tlio county has gone repi
liran. Meeker for utato representative iv
ckctcd by 3QO nialority , Thg republica
have elected the county ticket by small ma
jorities.
Khernlnn.
llriuviM.E , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tolc-
grum to Tin : BIK. ] Returns como In slowly
but twenty five out of thlrty-throo precincts
indicate the election of the natlon.il , stuto ,
congressional nnd legislative republican ,
ticket In SJieriimii county by 400 majority.
The republican county attorney Is elected by
ubout 300 malorlty.
Antelope.
OvKnu.E , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Bir..l : Antelope county Klvos
Harrison 937 , Cleveland il'.O , Fisk UN Thayer
b28 , McShano ! Wi , G. W. E. Dorsey ( rep. )
9.17 , E. 1' . Wuatheiby ( dem. ) 395 ; senator
Ninth district , J. J. Roche ( rep. ) 900 , Barry
( dem. ) 308 ; representative Twonty-tlrst dis
trict , J. M. Coil-man trcp. ) majority l&S ;
county attorney , J , F. Boyd ( rep. ) 2TO ma
jority.
Howard.
ST. Pu't. , Nob. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : BIE. : I The onicial count is Just
completed. McSiiano 74 majority , Cleve
land 47 majority. Tomplin , democratic can
didate for county attorney Is uleetod. Wol-
bach ( dem ) carries the county by 155 major
ity for state Honutor. Colby , republican
coiulidato for representative , is elected by
100 majority.
Vnlloy.
Oun , Neb. . Nov. 7. - [ Special Telegram
to Tin : BEB.J Thu entire republican ticket ,
Is elected in Valley county : Harrison 829 ,
Cleveland 525 , Thayer MM , McSlmno .V > 0 ,
Dorsev S25 , Weulhorby 52 , L H. Jowutt ,
plurality 25S Westover , plurality 122 ,
County Attorney E. J. Clement's plurality
2)1. The state ticket Is elected by ever 250
plurality.
Hliornmn.
LoinCITV , Neb. , Nov. 7. The following
vote is ofllclal : Loup City precinct Harrison
risen 18S , Cleveland 92 , Dorsoy 187 , Weath-
erbylM , Tlnivor 187 , McShant- , Laws 181 ,
Bines 93 , Hill 195 , Patterson 18' . ' , Benton 183 ,
Poynter 92 , Lcusu 149 , Mungor 129 , Stenrn
147 , Junsen 93 , Conger 189 , Green Ib9 , Wheel
91. Bradley 19.
Washington precinct Harrison 50 , Clove-
anil 30 , Dorsoy 50 , Wcathorbv 30 , Thayer W ,
McShano 30 , Laws 50 , Bines : ) , Hill 50 ,
Patterson 30 , Benton 50 , Poynter 30 , Loeso
VI , Munger 30 , Stern 50 , Jansen ! ! 0 , Conner
M , Green 30 , Fuller 50 , Bradley .
Slnnx.
IlAitui oN , Neb. , Nov. 7. Seven precincts
out of fourteen glvo Harrison 131 , Clcvo-
ml 153 , McShuno 101 , Thayer 121 , Dorscy
' 1 , Woathorbv 150 , Council 140 , Cox 159 ,
Ichrist 173 , Westover 123.
Cherry.
VAI.ENTIVK , Nob. , Nov. 7 Sixteen out of
twenty-ono precincts in Cherry county give
Hurrison 205 , Thayer 131 Dorsoy Ih3 , re
publican candidate for senator 220 , for
representative HI majority. The remaining
precincts will probably slightly reduce the-
republican majority.
lUnlne.
DUVXINO , Nub. , Nov. 7. Bromster pru-
cinct , Blaine county , gives Harrison 03 ,
Cleveland 41 , union labor caiuildato 10 , pro
hibition 2 , Thayer 42.
Dunning precinct gives Harrison 33 ,
Cleveland 17 , Fisk 1 , Taber 1 , Thuyor 33 , Mc
Shane 17.
Gni field.
Bt'iiwr.i.i. , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun BKK. | The complete returns of
this county show the folloxving vote : Harrison
risen 230 , Cleveland 131 , Thayer 209. Mo-
Shane 152 , Dorsoy 231 , Weutherby 131 ; for
the stuto senate from Garileld county , ShUn-
ncr ( rep. ) 250 , 1 . Fuhy ( dem ) 111 ; repre
sentative , J. L. Hunna ( rep. ) 200 , A. L. Cove
ICO ; county attorney , J. W. Newman ( rop. )
100 , T. W. Bartloy ( dem. ) 200.
linox.
NiomuiiA , Neb , , Nov. 7. [ Special Telo-
grum to TIIK BBI.J : Knox county gives the
national and state ticket 350 republican ma
jority ; senator 225 majority ; Towlo 300 ma
jority. There uro four republican precincts
to hear from.
linrlnn.
ALMA , Nob. , Nov. 7. Incomplete returns
from Hurlun county : Harrison 975 , Cleve
land 400 , Thayer 050 , McShano 430 ; for
senator Burton ( ron. ) 010 , Price ( united la
bor ) 750 , Bliss ( pro. ) 120 ; for rcprosentutlv I
Elliott ( rep. ) 750 , Siuiins ( dem ) 40J , Evani
( union labor ) 320.
On in I tig.
BANfiiorT , Neb. . Nov. 7. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB Biiis.i Hurrison 103 , Cleveland
53 , Fisk 13.
Lincoln.
NOUTH PLATTK , Nob. Nov. 7. [ Special
Telegram to Tin : BEE. | North Plutte city.
Presidential electors Harrison 310 , Cleve
land 299 ; governor Thuyor 325 , McShnno
325 ; congress Third district G. W. E. Dor-
sey ( rep. ) 315 , E. P. Weatherby ( dcm. ) 305 ;
state senate Thirtieth district John I. Nes
bitt ( rop. ) 337 , Geo. W. Vroman ( dom. ) 313 ,
representatives Fifty-fourth district Henr
St.Rtiynor ( rep. ) 'Ml , F. O. Feltz ( dcm. ) 80(1 ( ;
county attorney W. T. Wilcox ( rep. ) 348 ,
W. B. Risso ( dem. ) 302.
Hurt.
TEKAMAANOV. 7. [ Special to THE BEB ]
Burt county nearly 1,000 for the rcpublicrn
ticket , Thuyer will run to behind his ticket.
In Tckamau precinct Thuyor received 118
majority.
CAIILTON , Neb. , Nov. 7. Harrison 155 ,
Cleveland 115 , Wetherald state senate repub
lican 127 , Stump state scnuto democratio 118 ,
Trucidnln legislature republican KM ) , Roper
legislature democratic 110 , Bnkor lloat rep
resentative republicun 145 , Burresa
float representative democratic 123
ninillMin.
NOIIFOLK , Neb. , Nov. 7. Norfolk prcclnot
total vote b22 , Cleveland 437 , Harrison 370 ,
Fisk 45 , Slrealor 20.
Cheyenne. '
Loncu : POLE , Neb. , Nov. 7. Harrison 05 ,
Cleveland Ki , Fisk lit , Thayer 93.MoShanu
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blNosbit9SVroman91StUaynerl05l.'eltzi9 ,
PLUM CHEEK , Nub. , Nov. 7. [ Spoclal Tcla-
grum to THE But : . ] Returns from precincts
meagre , but enough to show that cntlro re
publican national , state and county tickets
received increased majorities over last year.
Grecloy.
GnnEi.EV Ces'Tnu , Nub. . Nov. 7. [ Special
Telegram to TUB BKK. Three precincts in
Orcciny Center giro Hurrlson 10 , Cleveland
199 ; Thayer will go behind ticket. Hanna ,
three precincts , gets 199 , A very 1W ( for sena
tor , Harry i3 , Roach 152. Leese ran ahead
of ticket. Wheeler county gives Hunnu fo
rcprchcntativo 107 ! aiority ;
Buffalo.
ICEAiiNr.v , Nob. , Nov. 7. ISpecial Telegram
to THE BEE. ] The election board has coun ted
all straight votes cast In thu city , resulting
ns follows : Republican , 452 ; democrats.
' - 29 ; prohibition , 7 ; total vote cast , 1124.
Center precinct gave a republican majority
of 57 out of 139 votes cast. A. H. Connor.
candidate for the state senate frein third
district hud no opposition.
An Orntlnn to Chairman Klolinriln.
FHEMONT , Neb. , Nov. 7. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : BEE. ] When Chairman Rich
ards , of the republican state central com-
mittco , arrived home from Lincoln this even
ing he was met nt the depot by the Fremont
band , und a large procession of citizens cur
rying brooms , and was escorted uptown by
tbem. Congressman Doroy was Mr. Rich
ards' special escort. The impromptu recep
tion swelled Into an Immense throng nnd wa *
n splendid ovation to Mr , Richards for hla
generalship and organization in this cam
paign.
Tlic I'roio | eil Zanillmr Hlookade.
HBULI.S , Nov. 7. Portugal has glvea
potico that sbo will Join England and Ger
many in the proposed naval blocUaJo of Zau-
zibur ports , to suppress
Tlie Wcathar ImtlunllonH.
Nebraska : Light rain or gnow , colder In.
eastern portion , stationary temperature la
eastern portion , northerly wind * .
Iowa : Threatening weather and rain ,
northeasterly winds , becoming variable , fol
lowed by colder during Thursday night ,
Dakota : Light snow , stationary tempera
ture , northerly winds ,

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