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OMAIIA. "WEDNESDAY MOBXiyG, 2COYEM3JEK 7. 1900-TWELVE PAGES.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS
IS SAfE fOlraPD MONEY
QoTCTmEDt of United States Still in Hands
of Ecjmblicaa Party.
1
iAL VOTE.
NEW YORK ANSWERS NOBLY TO THE CALL
Empire Etato Polls Up Magnif cent Vote fcr
McZinley and Eootevoli.
ILLINOIS STANDS STEADILY BY THE FLAG
J Alabama
J Arlcunnns
j Culiiornia ...
I Colorado
J Connecticut ..
J Delaware .... !'
J Florida
I Georgia
ITtjoiity of 1B96 is Eetoc Handsomely J Idaho
Itcriarcd in Snciei Ettte. Illinois . . .
! Iowa
Mi K. Br;. an. V btf 1.
. .. 11 ..
4
33
OHIO CCMES OUT STRONGER THAN EVER
24
Eesnlt in Bnckcye Etate ii lie Only
Qucrticn of Kajerity. 1
PENNSYLVANIA STILL THERE FOR OLD GLORY
All Sort of Mejoritics Eolled Up for the
EepnUicnn Ticket Thwc
SOLID PHALANX OF STATES FOR M'KINUY
lleporil of l'ntir lrnr Abo l More
Tiinn Kr,irultU H ic
Viilrrn Who 1 or Tlivlr
Country.
Sl'Kl.NLItY AJOHITIi:i.
JVr" nrk
Am Ilanipkhiro
Mnoiirliu.rltii
f ouiirrt l'ii t ... .
Illlnolt.
Slarylanil
Ohio
"Wlneoimlii
fcew Jcrncy
( uiincclli-iit
ICboilr iNlund ...
Vermont .
2oi til Dnkulii ...
Minnesota ......
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NEW YOltK. Nov. G. At 9 30 p.
Treasurer Cornelius r-?. Bliss of the r...
tlonal republl an committee, tniide tb fol
lowing statement- "McKinley and Rooa -roll
are unquestionably elected by a irurh
larger electoral vote than McKInley re
ceived four years ago. New York will si.-
at leust 125.000 plurality for the national
ticket, Illinois, 100,000; New Jersey over
4a000 and Maryland from 8,000 to 10.000.
Mr. Odell's election an governor Is equally
certain."
NEW YORK. Nov. C At 12:30 this mqrn-Jiirj-
National Committeemen. Manley. Gibbs
and Bliss held n conference at the conclu
sion of which the following statement was
given out'
"On the returns received at republican.!
headquarters up tu IhU htur tne republican
national committee claim to have elected
KeKlnley ttni Roosevelt by an electoral
veto of 2S4, with the possibility of 21
votes in addition, making a total of 3(0.
There 1 votes consist of the 13 rotes In
Kentucky and h in Nebraska. The states
vo surely claim for McKInley and Rccse
velt are California. Connecticut, Delaware.
Illinois, Indiana, Maryland. Iowa, Kansas,
Maine. Massechusetls. Michigan. Mlnne
l.cta, New Hampshire. New Jersey, New
York, North Dakota. Ohio. Oregon, Penn
sylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota.
Utah, Vermont. Washington, West Vir
ginia) Wisconsin and Wyoming."
Tho committeemen then closed their
desks and left for their homes.
t Indiana 3f . . . . J
I Kansas 30 . . . . J
iventucky 1'J J
t Louisiana S ' . .
t vlaine . J
Maryland .... S . . . . J
lasn sctt.s ..!" . . . J
1 Michigan 34 , . . . . J
i Minnesota ... 1) . . .
t .! issisippi t j
! .Missouri 37 . .
! ..I out una '' . . i
Xcbraslca v? i
I Xcvada ' 4
i Xow I lamp . . 4 . . . . J
.New Jersey . . 10 . . . . J
! X?w York . . . HO . . . .
1 No. Carolina ... 11 . . i
i So. Dakota . . '.I . . . J
J Ohio -H .-J
UiX'pni 4 . . . .
J I'cnnsylvanin . 3-
Hhode Island. 1 . . . . 4
So. Carolina ... 0 . . I
I So. Dakota . . 4 . . . . J
Tt'tint'ssce 1- .
1 t'.vas 3.r
J rtah :i ..I
Vci-niont .... 4 . . . .
t'innnia 32 . .
"Msliin'non .4 . . . .
W. Virginia . . 0 . . . .
isconsin ... 32 . . . . i
Wyoming .... 3 . . . .
wblle Chairman Goldsborouch of the re-lubll'-an
committee tays that Mr-Klnley'c
majority will reath 11,000 at least It is
also certain that the republicans have
elected four out of the six concrestmen,
' while the remaining two will probably bo
democratic, although later returns may .
I chance this outlook. I
IlALTlMOKK. Nov. C Thlrty-ttve pre- I
clurlj out of 3f'4 In Maryland, outside of
Baltimore phc McKinley, f,S7; Dry an,
i f.,w:
I BALTIMORE, Nov. f. McKInley con-
tlnues to make unexpectedly larce gains In
Ilaltlmore. With but six precincts mUslng
J the vote Is: Uryan, 4 HG and McKinley
, SC. 79. indicating a plurall:y for McKInley
j of about T.:00. UU majority In the state
, win almost certainty reacn n.wu, me ngurc
J set by Chairman Goldsborcugh of the re
i publican central committee.
! UALTIMORE. Nov. . Forty-elpht out
of SC4 precincts In Maryland outside ot '
Baltimore plve McKInley hMh and Ilryan ,
1 7.700. .
BALTIMORE, Nov. 6 Murray Vandlver. I
chairman of th democratic state central !
committee, concedes Maryland to McKInley.
WILLIAM MKiLEY IS AGAIN ELtCTCD PRESIDENT
OHIO.
I
Tutals .. .2S1 342 24
t
:
e.
t'll feature of the election here was a
mistake 'rhleh happeued lu the Eleventh
ward, and which may result In the throw
lne out of 326 rotes. Tho city clerk lu
4tatrlbutins the ballots smt thonc marked
for the Tlrst election district of that ward
to the Third election district, and the bal
lots for the latter dlstrlrt to the former.
The mistake was not dlscoered by the
ballot clerks until 1S6 ot the ballots had
been cast In the First district and 140 In the
Third district. The democratic workers and
watchers filed with the Inspectors of elec
tltn In both districts a protest to the
count lnc of these votes.
ROME. N. Y., Nov. 6. The city of Rome
complete ple McKInley 2.0C6 and Bryan
1.6SS: republican loss, l!it. Odell. for gov
ernor, hag 1,PC! and Stanchfield 1,717. The
returns were in fifteen minutes after the
clore of the polls. Voting machines were
uted.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. Nov. . Buffalo city
complete gives McKInley 34.673 and Bryan
31.SMS.
AUBURN, N. "i.. Nov. C This city com
plete gives McKInley 4,112 and Bryan 2.00.
For governor Odell received 4.047 and
Stanchfield 2.t'23.
ELMIRA. N. Y., Nov. C Elmlra city
complete gives McKInley 4.1&S and Bryan
4.370. For governor Odell received 3.S72 and
Stanchfield 4.C&5. Compared with the vote
of Ifcye. the republican loss In Elmlra Is
1.7C9.
NEW YORK, Nor. C At S o'clock Na
tiunal Committeeman Manley estimates
from the returns received at that hour that
McKInley will carry New York state by
110,000 majority. He concedes New York
City to Croker by 1D.O00. He claims tl?At
all the states that went for McKinley In
1SPC have been carried for him again, but
some of them by reduced majorities.
CHICAGO. Nov. C At 7:30 tonight James
K. Jones, chairman of the democratic na
tional committee, said the returns from
New York Indicate that McKInley has
carried the state. "1 do not concede a
victory to the republicans," he said.
NEW YORK
NEW YORK. Nov. fi. Senator Thomas C
Piatt gave out the following statement at
10 30 tonlrht-
At this hour It is at'psrent that the plur
ality for Mt Klnly atid toui-evelt above tin
pronx river is not lens than IM.iKXi and mav
raslly exceed that figure by lli.Oyi). Greater
New Tork Is airalnst us In the neighborhood
or nn.000 and therefore we are confident of
the state by neurit- lW.OOO for the national
ticket It may sllcluly exceed that amount.
Mr Odell has nn-mrently not reortved in
Greater New- York as many democratic
vote as the nnt'nt'iil ean'l 'ates. but In the
ofhrr ro-uitten there Is little variance be
tween ht vote and MeKlnlev s His Plur
ality will not be more than sf..nno less thtn
the president's. Both branches of the leirli
lature nre republican by Increased majf-rl-tlrs.
There hove been elected four addi
tional republican congressmen.
NEW YORK. Nov. C At 11 o'clock the
indications are that President McKlnlev
has carried New York state h- a raajorl'v
over Bryan of over 1D0.000. compared wlt'i
a republican malTity in the last pretlden
tlal election of '.'CS.48f. Tho total vote 1n
the eltv of New York Is annroxlmately
60.000 larger than it was in lsM. and up iuujv, .ov. u ine ,c iort
th state the Increase Is about 30.090. In 1 World concedes McKlnley's election.
.Nine nunarea ana lorty-slx election dis
tricts out of 3,124 In New York state out
Blde of Greater New York give McKInley
US.740; Bryan. 1S0.SCS. Same in l$i56, Mc
KInley. 1S4.424; Bryan, 110,354; Palmer.
S.123.
Eight hundred and clncty-four election
districts out of 3.124 in New York state
outside of Greater New York give for gov
ernor, Odell, 177.426; Stanchfield. 133.52:..
Same districts In IRKS gave Roosevelt 23,SCr.
majority. Eight hundred and fifty election
dtstrlc's out of the l.f.22 In the city of New
York gave Odell 140.743: Stanchfield, 160,695.
One thousand and eighty districts out of
1.S22 lu Greater New York give McKInley
1SS.171; Bryan, 20P.S9.
One thousand one hundred and fifty-two
districts out of 3.124 in New York state
outside of Greater New York give McKIn
ley a majority of G7.GS7, as against SI, 502
In ISM.
One thoi-sand two hundred and sixty elec
tion districts out of the 1.L22 in the city of
New York give Brvan a majority of 25.KS2.
NEW YORK, Nov. C Of S.1,'4 election
districts 1.42S in New York state outside
of Greater New York give McKInley a ma
jority of &M51.
SYRACUSE. N. Y Nov. C.-Plxteen wards
out of ulnetoen In this city give McKInley
13,12,'. aud Bryan 7.&SS.
OSWEGO, N. Y., Nor. C Bryan carrlea
Otwcgo by 44t.
COLUMBUS, O.. Nov. 6. At 10 o'clock
less returns were recehed than at any
previous return in Ohio up to that hour
Tblt Is attributed to the umiirnltr 1.irr.
ote and the full eouatv arid dlrtrlrt tli-Vt I
There were nrven tickets of presidential
electors and five state tickets. Out of 3 109
precincts in Ohio the state committee had
heard at 10 o'clock from less than 200 pre
cincts and from very few county committee
men, indicating no material change in the
vote of Ibl'ii. when McKinley had a plurality
of M,30i. McKlnley's home county gained
1.000.
COLUMBUS. O.. Nov. C Although early
reports from cities Indicate democratic
gains, rerubllcan managers claim Ohio has
given McKInley over 60 000 plurality and,
with the election of Tompkins here ovur
Lentr. at least seventeen congressmen.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 6. Hamilton county,
twenty preclnt . out of 2.r.3. gives McKIn
ley 3,277 and Bryan 2, MR. The same pre
cincts In ISfO gave McKInley 3.4C7 and
Bryan 3,062.
COLUM BUS, O.. Nov. r.. Reports from
different parts of Ohio indicate the largest
vote ever cast, larger Uian cither state
committees expected, with McKInley rain
ing in rural districts and holding his own
In the cities.
CINCINNATI. Nor. 6. Seventy predncU
out of 204 In Cincinnati show Bryan gains
of f.00. but Indicate McKlnley's plurality In
the munty about 17.000 or lfi.000.
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 6. Chairman Long
of the democratic state committee says
there were frauds at the polls In Conneaut.
near the Pennsylvania line, and has In
structed the committeeman there to In
vestigate. He has not changed his ante
election prediction that Bryan would carry
Ohio "If there were no fraudt "
COLUMBUS. O.. Nov. 6. Republican
State Chairman Charles Dick has given out
the following statement:
Returns received up to this hour, 11 p.
m.. Justify th iluim that Ohio has given
McKInley a plurality of from 7.1.000 to so,.
l and the ejection of seventeen and pos
sibly eichteen out of twent v-one congres
rnen. being a gain of two. and probably
three members or congress.
CHARLES DICK, Chairman.
WISCONSIN.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Nor. 6. Election re
turns received up to midnight Indicate thai
Wisconsin has gone for McKInley by from
101.000 to 115.000 plurality. The republican
state ticket, beaded by Robert LaFollette,
will reeetre n similar plurality. The legis
lature will be overwhelmingly republican
and the congressional delegation 1b also cer
tainly republican. The congressmen elected
are as follows:
First District Henry A. Cooper (rep.).
Second District Herman 11. Dahle (rep.).
Third DlBtrict Joseph W Babcock (rep.).
Fourth District Theodore Bal Otjcn (rep.)
Fifth District Samuel S. Barney (rep.).
Sixth District James H. Davidson (rep.).
Seventh District John J. Esch (rep.).
Eighth District Edward S. Miner (rep.).
Ninth District Webster Brown (rep.).
Tenth District John J. Jenkins (rep.).
At midnight General George E. Bryant.
T r- j - - " - -.i : - --"-i in- -" T " ::.J.y j
I i
J Jt I
fit SI
All Portions of the Ettte Eiow a Hcatj In
crease in the Vote.
RETURNS REPRSENTS ALL SECTIONS
Ket Eeenlt is a Ettady Gain for the Etpnb
lieu Candidates.
COUNTRY SHOWS IT LIKES PROSPERITY
Ontadt PoinU b tie Eute Blow b Oonnt
bg the Long Ballot.
CHAIRMAN LINDSAY IS VERY SANGUINE
Claims that MeEinlry Will Get the Bute by
5,000 to 7,000.
RETURNS POINT TO THAT RESULT
Etate Ticket rolloring Close on the Vote
for K&tional Candidate.
LANCASTER SHOWS A BIG INCREASE
Gnln of Mt llnndred on the Tote of
Four Vrr Alto In 1'romlnril
from the CupHnl
City.
WnXIAM MdONLEY,
OMAHA DOES ITSELF PROUD
City Gives IfcEbley a Ifajority of Orer
Eighteen Hundred Votes.
MAGIC CITY, HOWEVER, PULLS DOWN LEAD
South Omaha Mnken nn Inerrnsjetl
t-hoiilnK for Hrjiui, 1'lilch I
1't.rttallr Offnet by the
Ciinntrj I'rei-lnc-tn.
The returns from the city of Omaha came
in slowly, particularly on the officers be
low the presidential electors, and those for
South Omaha more slowly.. In sume of the
Second 115 78 1H3 65 1
Third 144 131 12S 116:
Fourth 1S1 ir 161 1
Fifth 114 93 106 M
Sixth 131 110 111 12C I
Seenth H9 13S 89 HO
Totals 957 S45 K73 'tis
Majority 142 107
SIXTH WARD.
Frecinct. McIC Bryan. McK. Bryan.
First ITS 13a 1 11C
Second 112 61 SS i.
Third 217 US 212 13
Fourth K 127 ! 112
Fifth 231 142 170 124
sixth 112 i nr.
Seventh 1(0 M Hi 98
Eighth 261 186 230 181
Ninth 170 IDS 150 134
Tenth 11 W 1 100
Eleventh 127 136 107 139
Total .1.7S0 lTsTI 1.5S5 1,299
Majority 436 2M
! DETAIL VOTE ON GOVERNOR
IteturiiB Show that Itlrtrlrh la Gain.
In it I"at on the Ha;,
ward Vote.
Fifty precincts outsldo of Douglas county
give Dietrich C316; Poynter, 4,214. Same
precincts in 189S gave Hayward 4,816: Poyn
ter. 3,f.96. Dietrich's net gain, HO, or 3 3-5
to' the precinct. Outside ot Douglas county
the figures received give the following:
i'.a." "J" r?ub"an stt"" ce"l precincts the election boards
Precinct.
SEVENTH WARD.
-1S96-
perBisted in Firt
I almultaneous counting of the rotes for 1 5,Vc,0Jfd
McK. Br'an- McK. Bryan.
committee, gae out the following state-
Kinler br from 105.000 to 115.000 TFoliette ?" candidates. The returns on president Ff,,.rth ..
.. ... . . .. . or tne city or uruana are. nowercr. com- r-lfth
ion
running even with McKInley and their 1 i.. ,.i . ..
Pluralities wtll not differ materia. We TrZl kX. ,1 f i"i
have stopped receiving returns, but have c0la, ''a'
the city Bryan wiped out the plurality of
60,000 tfhlch McKInley had four yesrs ugo
and took on a plurality for himself of
about 25 000 Up the state McKInley
barely held the vote which ho had In 3S96.
tho added vote going to Ilryan. The rote
for B. B. Odell. Jr.. republican nominee
for governor. Is considerably larger than
that for McKlnlev In Brooklyn particu
larly the dircecratlc nominee for govertn.r.
Mr Stsnchflold, appears to have ben
scratched.
The election passed off quetly both 'n
tho city nd stnte. There were no mere
than the usual number of arrests of men
accused of attempting lllegiH voting n
city elections and where the accused made
U clear that they were Innocent they were
permitted to return to the polltnr places
and rote without further tuolnatutlnn.
Returns from congressional districts arr
scattered and incomplete. On Long lklse.1
McKInley and Bryan are running so close
together that all estimates are valueless.
On Manhattan Island. In the "Wall Street"
district, which includes the borough o'
Richmond, Staten Island, Nicholas Muller.
democrat, is elected, probably. Repub
licans coneede the election of William Sul
rer, democrat. In the Eleventh district and
dctnorrats admit that John Spruut Hill hn
been beaten by William H. Douglas, repub
lican, in the district new represented 1
Captain William Astor Chanler. Amos J.
Cummlngs and George B. MeClollan, both
democratic members of the present house,
have undoubtedly been returned Interpir
centers tn a large extent in the "anvasvw
of O. H. P. Belmont In the Thirteenth dls-
enough to show that Wisconsin will have a
solid republican congressional delegation
and that the state legislature will be over
whelmingly republican."
Chairman A. F. Warden of the democratic
committee deserted his headquarters before
midnight. He concedes the state to the re
publicans by 75,000. as does also National
Committeeman Timothy E. Ryan. E. C
Wall, ex-natlonal committeeman, concedes
the state to the republicans by 110.000. and
all three gentlemen concede the election of
ten republican congressmen.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. C. Returns
from Wisconsin up to 10 o'clock, though
comparatively few, show on their face, when
compared with the vote of four years ago,
that McKInley has carried the state by a
large plurality, equal, if not exceeding the
figures of HOC, which were 102.C12. Robert
M. La Follette, the republican candidate for
gorernor is running about equal with the
presidential candidate and is likewise sure
of carrying the state. While few returns
hare been received from the congressional
districts, these show the republican candi
dates for congress to be running equal with
McKInley and the Indications are that Wit
cousin's delegation will be solidly repub
lican MILWAUKEE, Nov. 6. ri'ty-one scat
tered precincts In Wisconsin give McKInley,
6.73?; Bryan, 2,531; u net gain for McKIn
ley of SOS.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 6 Roturns from
.ice-twentieth of the precincts In Wiscon
sin, including a few precincts In Milwaukee,
inleste that McKlnley's plurality of 102.C12
In H1'6, will be more than equalled.
ILLINOIS.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. Midnight Chairman
Roe of the republican state central com-
preclncts
3 againu
Bryan of 8.902. McKlnley's majority In the
city being oier 1.S00, a substantial' gain
over his majority In 1696.
From Seuth Omaha reports Indlcnte that
Bryan's majority there Is largely Increased
and when offset by the cruntry precincts
will reduce McKlnley's lead In Omaha by
several hundred.
The vote far other officers is guaged
largely on that for pres dnt. alth-ugh the
cardldntes run ahead or below in dlfforcnt
parts of the city anfl county, nccordlng
to local conditions. The fltrures on the
local ticket will be tabulated before morn
ing. The fololwlng are the tables:
FIRST WARD.
l?v
Sixth
Tolals
Majority
Precinct.
First
P'-eond ....
Third
Fourth ....
Fifth
Blxth
Seventh ...
Eighth ....
Totals .
Majority ..
- 1K9C
McK. Brysn. McK. Bryan
12S
57
100
93
1H)
M
10O
78
7B9
IV
96
176
lf
121
111
If
104
247
SECOND WARD.
-19'"
137
i3
57
hi
1ST.
k5
70
"736
179
76
201
144
11
116
137
111
1M
345
Precinct.
Flrt
Fwond ...
Third 171
Fi'irth 94
Fifth 173
Sixth W
Seventh 130
Eighth ...
276
164
13J
J5H
141
1.075
35S
ElGirrH WARD,
-lfi-jo-
175
110
77 237 fJ
14S 173 120
182 121 15"
127 121
7S US 7f.
707 975 626
319
l"fn. Wti.
i r c
i 1 i 2
COUNTIES. r- re I S k
"IP-
-1K96-
McK. Bryan. McK. Bryan
... 212
IK
Precinct McK. Brrn. McK. Bryan
Flrt 1ft 154 12' IV,
P'-eond Iffi 137 IX J
"""hlrd 1S7 IfB IWi 1
Fo-'rth 97 145 ( J44
Fifth f.0 1SJ K 111
lxth M 121 US 9-.
Pvpth 90 1&7 711 IfK
'"i-hih fc 17 9? 18?
Ninth r0 115 74 131
Tenth 14 20S J06 1B
Eleventh 199 IPS ! 172
Totals .L2K ur liioo m
Majority 4 404
THIRD WARD.
Precinct.
Fin-t
P-cond ...
Third
MoK. Brj'an. McK. ilryan
MARYLAND.
BALTIMORE. Nov. C McKInley has
carried Maryland beyond the shadow of a
trlrt and at 12 cVli-rfc h was severe 1 hun- doubt, the only question to be settled
crcd votes ahead of his rival. William u. being the sire of his majority. With prac
uicox. in ine up-rtste nistrtets uenirat
3, H. Ketiham has besn re-elwted. the
democrats Having jtwde no nomination from the state scattering returns indicate
there, in an of the ether districts up the an additional turplus of 2.500. making hb
state, with the possible excentten of the ! total malorltr In the state ubmn lA.nnu.
Troy and Albany Beet Inns of the stnte, the ' There Is no reason to believe that the final
mltlte gave out the following statement. 1 Fo-.rth
I see no reason at this hour to change the
figures of the state central committee issued
before the election. McKInley has carried
the state by 80.000 outside of Cook county.
In Cook county the Indications are that both
McKInley aud Yatts will have a majority,
with MiKlu'ty In the lead by about 15.000.
I estimate his plurality in Cook county at
25,000."
Chairman Watson of the democratic ttr.te
committee refused to concede the state to
McKInley and Yates uud claimed that
Alschuler (dem ), candidate for governor
from the atate scatterlns returns indicate ' .1 .1. a .v... .i.. ..
Fl'th
Sixth
Pventh ..
F'rhih ...
Ninth
Tenth
Totals
Majority .
1W
171
10!
'is
i;te
4f5
in
174
'w
1W
'si
75
republican candidates are sure of nn elec-
tlen.
ALBANY, N. Y . Kwt 6. The only spe-
figures will vary greatly from these. Chair
man Vnmlivrr of the democratic state com
mittee admit Bryan's defeat In tho state.
Watron also claimed that the democrats
would have's wcrktrg majority In the lorcr
boukf of the legislature.
Judge Yotea. xho vas at republican stste
headquarters all evening, elaiined his elec-
Preclnot.
First 1
Peeond
Third l
Fourth 1
Fifth 1SS
Plxth its
i Sventh 1W
Klchtb 1H
Ninth -Si
FOURTH "WARD.
-10H-
ltt
W
its
lift
7i
11
85
IK
m
uw
its
i;k
i
177
1
SI
IT
US
9i5
Totals
Majorlt- .
Precinct.
First
Second ....
Third
Fourth ....
Fifth
Sixth
Totals .
Majority ..
Ward.
First
Second ....
F'"trth ....
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh ...
Elehth ....
Ninth
Precinct.
Firt
Second ....
Third ......
Totals .
Majority ..
.Precinct.
First
Second ....
Third
Totals .
Majority ..
Prelnct.
First
Second ....
Totals .
Majority ..
2M
. .1.3-3
143 177 135
12S 147 129
133 140 124
86 101 SI
111 167 120
104 162 87
129 HIS 147,
159 190 1 27
"995 1.1 82 918
234
NINTH WARD.
-19VW-
-1896-
McK. Bryan. McK.. Bryan
(Continued oa Fifth Page.)
McK. llrynn.
m
11
77
jai
76
122
II
!
McK. Bryan.
in
1M
Iff
Its
17J
W
122
191
131
.. 173
.. 2S1
.. 1M
.. IMS
.. 193
..L050
.. 431
109
1112
99
116
76
117
619
S7
139
189
143
133
176
879
88
106
in
97
75
95
"t54
llerepltnlntlon.
McK. Bryan. McK. Bryan.
.. 789
..1.252
..1,530
.. 987
..1,780
..1.0C9
. .1.321
..1.050
-l'jm
1,036
1.737
yj
845
1,344
710
993
019
South Oniuhn.
FIRST AVARD.
McK. Bryan.
S'x. 388
.-9 JhiI
-1896-
739 1.084
1.160
1.320
875
975
1.182
879
1,561
75")
76X
628
5.M
Furnas. 1 In 20
Lincoln. 1 lu 41
Adams. 3 in 2'
Colfax, 7 In 14
Madison. 1 In 19....
Cheyonne, 1 In IS..
Cedar, 3 in 21
Dodge. 3 in 19
Paw-son, 6 In 23
Keith. 2 in 9
Phelps. 4 In 19 1
Merrick. 1 In 11 1
Lancaster, 12 In 52
Otoe, 5 In 23 1
I
Tot als 1
2371
Wll
373
232
lEl
396
299;
64
233'
24 1
2,009'
124
133 1
12' ,
4!I9 !
Ml
IMI I
24l
177 ,
262 I
321
62'
226
16 !
l.3ir
302 I
177
76
67",
S2f
IS i
24,
74
121
1.828
3 4
C.31l 4.214 4.81S
121
30 1
413
550
II'
12
K
54
287
16
20
16
1.177
.4
1.890
HOW M'KINLEY GOT THE NEWS
Hear of Ills llnthiislnstlr Hiidorcc
ment by the Ainerlc-on People
lit Ills Home.
Returns from Nebraska precinct outslds
of Omaha and Douglas county are compar
atively meager, yet indicate steady and
substantial gains for McKInley and the
republican ticket. The returns from 260
odd precincts outside ot Douglas county are
14,062 for McKInley and 12,799 for Bryan,
being a majority for McKInley of L263
These same precincts in 1896 gave McKIn
ley 11.242 and Bryan 12,437, or 11 majority
for Bryan of 1.195. The change in these
precincts, therefore, transforms a Bryan
majority into a McKInley majority, repre
senting a republican gain of 2,458 out of
some 26.000 votes, or nearly 10 per cent.
If this ratio of gains keep up throughout
the state McKinley will secure the elec
toral vote of Nebraska by a substantial
majority.
On governor, returns are now more In
complete, but ro far as received point to
Dietrich's election as the republican candi
date, by a margin over Poynter, about the.
same as on the presidential ticket.
On tho other offices no definite flgurcR
can be offered
At 9:45 p. m. Chairman Lindsay of the
republican state central committee tald:
'It is reasonably certain that McKlnlry
hat carried Nebraska by from 6,000 to 7,000
plurality, and it may be larger. We have
recehed reports from fllty-two precincts
from the towns seatte-ed over the .atat"
Mid theso gtvr WcKlnUy t.Vfli. Urjan liCLt,
ae compared with McKinley 5,140 and Bryan
4,573 in 1896, a net republican gain of 471.
This ratio of change, if kept up, will give
Nebraska to McKInley. Returns on the
state ticket are indefinite, and it looks as if
the contest between Dietrich and Poynter
will be very close. Both of these, nccordlng
to meager reports thus far received, arc
running behind tbelr tickets. Nothing has
been received nt this hour on the rest of
the state ticket or on congressional candi
dates that would Juitlfy a prediction.
Shortly after midnight Chairman Lindsay
said: "Everything goes to indicate that
we have elected our state ticket and that
McKinley will carry the state by from
10,000 to 12,000. We have received reports
up to this hour from 1SS precincts and
they give McKinley 17.787 and Bryan 14,168
The same precincts In 1S96 gave McKinley
I 15.027 and Bryan 14.671. a net republican
gain of 3,263. This shows a change In
favor of the republicans of more than
twenty-three to a precinct and as there
are approximately l.fcOO voting precincts In
the state, 1 Indicates a good republican
majority. K. porta on tho state ticket are
still meager, yet they aro such as to indi
cate the election of the entire date ticket.
or course, only a scattering report has
been received, but I am confident that it
takes in such a wide range that it provides
a safe and conservative basis for computu
Hon as regard's the general result."
Chairman P. L. Hall at 10 o'clock gave
The Bee the following statement:
"At present It looks like McKInley was
elected, that he has carried New York,
Ohio and Illinois, and that elects him.
The returns from Nebraska are too meager
to base an estimate upon, but Bryan will
carry the stnte. From present returns .ie
will receive from 5.000 to 10,000 majority."
NEBRASKA'S.
-1896-
McK. Bryan
2J5 276
399 163
223 174
917
910
617
134
613
SECOND WARD.
-1900-
-1S96-
MeK. Bryan. MoK. Bryan.
1C5
325
107
148
8b
mt
271
von: 11 v I'ltisciacT:
Some PltoreB In Detail with and Coi
parUun with JHUn.
1900.
2
COUNTIES.
3
o
S
1R96.
c
! I
1
THIRD WARD.
McK. Bryan.
iifl 326
-1896-
McK. Bryan.
124 189
67 165
191
354
103
FOURTH WARD.
McK. Bryan. McK. Bryan.
Totals 167 267 275 155
Majority l&u 81
Country I'rerlnet.
Prclnct. McK. Bryan. McK. Bryan
Lnittgo ii ik
Cloutnrf
Douglas 81 10u
Touts l.r.ni m i,3?o
Majority 671 565
FIFTH WARD.
Precinct. McK. Brvan. McK Brvan
First 173 153 142 135
East Omaha ,
Elkhorn
Florence
Jefferson
Mi Anile
Millard
Platte Valley...
Union
Waterloo ... ..
W. Omaha, No
W. Omaha. So,
121
151
St
86
131
4T
36
80
119
318
7
nr.
174
94
93
XT,
U
1
21
106
40
1U7
111
to
ft
123
128
133
1-.R
109
Aduma, 8 out of 20;
uass. 6 out of 25...
Cedar. 7 out of 21..
Clay. 11 out of 20. .
Colfax, 7 out of 12
custer. 2 out of i
Buffalo. 6 out of
Hurt. 4 out of 17
FUlmort. 2 out 19 I
Furnas. 1 out of 201
Gage, 7 out of SJ..I
Garfield, I out oro
Harlan. 1 out of 16
Holt. 4 out of 34 1
Howard, 8 out of 14
Lincoln, 2 out of 47
Madison. 3 out 20. .
Plutte. 4 out of 20..
Thurston, 3 out 9 .
Valley. 4 out of 16
Wayne, 3 out of 17
orK. 0 out of l-n. 1
Dawson. 8 out of 22'
Keith. 2 out of 9 I
Hamilton. 3 of 2"i
Phelps. 4 out of 17
V ebster, 4 o't of IB'
P'-ward, 5 out of Si'
Dundy. 1 out of 16'
Franklin. 1 of 17
Merrick, S out of 12;
Iincnster, 22 of 61
Cuming II o't of 19
uoclce. 7 out of l
Pawnee. 2 out of 14
nun 7 out or 39
1,243
673
V
944
536
307'
1,07
437
3451
1
1,074
91
1261
1391
r
38J
248!
444
294
413
16:
m:
405
CANTON. O.. Nov. C. The president In
person read aloud eomo of the returns, but
refrained from making any comment what
ever on the result and accepting with un
ruffled composure the favorable reports,
which began to come in -at an early hour.
Secretary Cortelyou read most of the dis
patches, some of the more cheering an
nouncements being heartily applauded by
the guests. Most ot the early advices were
fragmentary and inconclusive, but the
strong Indications that New York and
probably Illinois hod gone for McKIn
ley were received with great satisfaction.
At 9 o'clock the president received a
dispatch from an enthusiastic individual
stating that New YorK and Illinois cameo,
the day for McKInley and that he was re
elected. The responsible leaders made no early
claims, however, although their dispatches
told of gains at many points and breathed
the spirit of victory near at hand.
The president's first congra'ulatlons from
headquarters came from J. H. Manley. at
New York, as follows:
"Praise God. from whom all blessings
flow. Your triumphant re-election 1b con
ceded by democratic managers. I tender
my earnest congratulations. We are very
happy at headquarters."
Up to 11 o'clock the president gave no
Intimation to those nearest to him as to
his own convictions on the results, although
It was the general view of those at the
house that his re-election was assured be
yond a doubt The advices from head
quarters here have been uniformly lover
ably. The announcement that Croker eon
csded New York and Illinois to McKInley
was greeted with applause. There 1 LANCASTER SHOWS BIG GAINS'
another outburst when stroug assurrances 1
Totals
I
1.072,
G3C
873'
759'
24V
832
2471
201' I
139,1
554 1 1
81l
148
273'
855'
24
153 I
5S8 I
274 !
297 I
130' j
46511
iW
61
162 1
219
270 1
469 1
3 !
581,
783i
S.r'4' 41911 3,120
l.W 1,0821 1,5M'
2231 143 ' 2M' IS;
1.051' 779l 1631 198
14.02' 12.79911 H.2'2, 12.437
152
24'l
40Sl
4IT.I
1C8I
5,017
61
1.114
402
920 1
400!
225
1,012
36)
2s!
129
.'!9'
951
Ml
1041
470
167!
289'
3611
210
35!
149!
5661
3X1
46
314'
224 1
340'
3961
73
.i
475
635
983
649
273
W
295
15.'
348
VX
ll
176
269
RV
ft
'Hi
636
297
301
234
62B
494
2
16.1
"62
27"
4SI
42
U
7
were received that Indiana would be In '
the column. The Kentucky headquarters
sent word that the contest was very close.
Shortly after 11 o'clork. Judge Day who ,
had been doing some figuring based on the ;
Itr i.nl.llCHii Majorltf' nt Mate Cap.
Itnl Mruclie a Maarnllleeiit
1 nrrrsur,
LINCOLN Nor. 6 (Special Telegrnm.)-
advlcos, stated that McKinley would have Nearly all returns from precincts tu I.an-twenty-seven
states, with 254 electoral j caster county received up to 9 o'clock ludl
vntes. This was wirh several states et , i-ate heavy gains for the renubllcan ticket
09 I
Uj
to be heard from with certalultv The
president would authorite no statement as
to his views, but It was understood he con
curred in the accepted viow of a repub
lican Tlctory.
aud incomplete returns from other toun
ties in the First congressional district are
equally encouraging, The election of thu
Lancaster county republican legislative
ticket is aseuied. Twenty of the Cfty-Ieur

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