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- The Omaha Daily Bee.
OMAHA, THURSDAY yLOJ2sTSG. NOVEMBER 8. 1900-TEN PGES.
single copy rrvE cents
ESTABLISHED
JTTNE J9, 1871.
ALL HAIL TO ThWSIDENT
KcEnley't Trip to WtEfcbgtoa Ghesred'bj j
ThouEcudi of People. i
m -wm
HIS JOURNEY ONE CONTINUED OVATION
Pojmlir J07 Orcr tie Ticiorj Tin&i a
Torifertras Outlet. I
POTENCY OF THE FULL DINNER PAIL
Belief of the Public from Kcnnce of Erytm- ,
ilia i Kurffert. j
PATRIOTIC PEOPLE CHEER NATION'S LEADER
NEBRASKA IN NEXT
CONGRESS
IT DOUBLES THE MAJORIR condition ofjthe weather COMPOSITION OF NEW SENATE gRSK S fOR M'KINLCY
TJcngki County Largely Increases Its Tote
fcr KcEinlfj.
Hour.
rirst District E. 3. Burkttt. .Ucp.
Second D. II. Mercer llvp. J
Third John IL Hays Rep. 4
i
Fourth John D. Pojk;....
Fifth A. C. Shallenberccr.
Sixth M F. Klnkuid .....
Doubtful.
..Hep.
..Rep.
J
t
frriMrnt'o Vroierr from lll Horn
tm Ohio to Itln Matloti at Wnnhluc
laa Made Triumphal March
by Fellow Cltlren.
MERCER GAINS IN COUNTY
rtepuhllran CoKreiiton Candidate
Senl lo WaoblnsTton wlfh a Larurr
.Majority Than la IMrt.
Drc.
43
O a. to 4-
REVISED FIGURES ON GENERAL ELECTION j ;
I a. tn.... 41
ft a. in -41
'ill a. m 41
WrKlnler Majority in the tity e
darri to HHH br South Otuaaa'a
t'nexpected Gntu for
Fair. Cooler; Korthe rly Winds.
Temperature at OmV lHrrdj-l
Hoar. Drc.
J p. n 4(1
m .
in . . .
II r? an.
11 a.m...
1 in ,
41
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4.
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7 a.
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44
44 1
42 ,
40 1
as 1
Eejmblicaai Amred of Fortj-Kiue Totes
tad Mj Eire More.
DEMOCRATS CERTAIN OF TWENTY-SEVEN
In Thl Catlmatr Xebraska mttd Del
an am Which Arc Doth to Elect
Tn Senator. Arc Clashed
an Doubtful.
Seventh , 130
Eighth
Totals
Majority
Precinct.
By npproxlraately twice the majority of
1&9C Douglas county Tuesday renewed Its
allegiance to the republican party and
cast Its veto for William McKlnley. The
majority In tbc city of Omaha for tbc pres
idential candlate was IMl. but this -was First 321
reduced by the TOte 1b South Omaha, where StS0?3 5?
the fusion candidate made unexpected j-JJorth"!
gains unexpected alike by the manager Fifth
of both parties. The result of this Increase Sixth
wn to brine the Omaha majority down by , Totals
TIC votes, leaving n majority of 1.11". .Majority
The official results of tbc county cannot
129
159
"iM
IDS
190
145
127
I
.1.321 s3 i.iw
... 6 ZH
NINTH WARD.
MeK. BiJ-an. MeK, Bryan.
6
II
The tctal rote for Mr Merce la the
i county la 1S.SHT, for hU opponent, ll.cos.
. ...... ,-. rompnrtd with im, Mn Is a pain of 535
riTTSBfRO. Nor. T.-rresldcut McKln- voif Jw lfce canaiflBte. as In
lcyB journey fiom Canton today has bbon , ,Mt juf-j, b(, rprelved H.M6 -rotes,
ene cocunuous oration to the twlce-t-lected 6pft,Bgt fciS,t, cllBt or q. M. Hlsrhr.ocfc.
htad of the nntScn. At every stop there j jpoj-g fro, Wasulncton county last
have been great outpourmc of the people. j fa that Mfrfer.B mOcirlty ln 'K'h-
The retumr from DourUs county lor the
congressional ticket came In slowly Tld- , tf, t-Blieunt.ea t0 fin flsurt. MlU tlic j xfri.
nesday. but it no time was the result ln cpnlllic cf lhe poll-booka by the county 1
returning board, which will probably meet I irst
.. ir4
.. IK
.. in
..lifl
to
99
11C
. T6
n;
3 .
w
93
51
business hts U-en nukpendcd nrd many fae
t cries alunc thu line have added their
tl'ousands of worklnpnen and wtrklns
Tomen to those who have Joined in en
thuEiacUo rrt'i'UncK.
The ircsldcct has appeared at eaeh frtop.
thtklne hands from the rear platform and (
toLking tbort speeches at the room, ira District.
Tritt,i ir.u-ni: Mm MfKJnler has rcreived ! FlrM .....
Third
Inciaa county Is 145. civlnc him a total of
3. GIB Id the two countlcB. Sarpy county
will probably reduce this majority to 1.400.
Following is a showing of the total vote:
tjrst WAna
Mer- How- Mer- Hitch
Fourth ...
nrth
Sixth ....
Prenth
nighth ..
Total
First
Second
Third ....
Fourth ..
llfth ....
Sixth ....
Seventh .
Blrhth ..
Ninth ....
Tenth ....
Eleventh
Total
Flrrt
Seronfl ..
Third ....
Fourth ..
Fifth ....
Sixth ....
Seventh .
Elchth ..
Ninth ...
Tenth ...
Total
First ....
Scond ..
Thlnd ....
Fourth
Fifth ....
Sixth
Ninth
Total
First .....
Second ..
Third ....
Fourth ..
Firth ....
Sixth ....
Seventh .
Total
First
Spond ..
Third ....
Fourth ..
Fifth ....
Sixth ....
Srverth .
EiKhth ..
Ninth ....
Tenth ....
Eleventh
Total
First ....
Seeond ..
Third ....
Fourtn ..
Fifth ....
Sixth ....
Total
First
Second ...
Third
Fourth ...
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh ..
Eighth ...
Total .
rirst ....
Second ..
Third ....
Fourth ..
Fifth ....
Sixth ....
Total
cer.
c:
1(10
KT.
347
K!
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2
77
SECOND "WAItD.
. 110
. 120
. 37
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THIRD TVAKD.
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1C1
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IC
M
IS
14T
Kl
P7
u: 1.WS
rOCRTIi WARD.
... 1R4
... KB
... ia
... 1KI
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M
U41
CI7
FIFTH "ARD.
371
1M
144
IKS
lltl
1J4
fl
37S
BERTH WARD.
377
IIS
Za
3UP
141
34C
fs
3
178
1P7
118
tortaut towns. Mrs McKlnley lias rer
her share of the popular tribute, men and
women strucgllng to presont flowers. J a
trlotliim. the flag and the volunteers' uni
form have figured everywhere and the trip
has been In the nature of a triumphal jour
ney to the capital.
Tho start from Canton was mude at 1.5J
p m. amid the boom of cannon, the scrocsh
L of steam whistles and tho clamorous well-'
wishes of the president s townspeople. Mr.
and Mrs. Mtirinley occupied the private car
"Olympla" at the rear of the train, giv
ing a broad platform from vhlih the presi
dent could greet the crowds and address
the people. The prcsldensial rar had been
cautlfully decorated with yellow chrysan
themums, bound In ribbons of red white
tvnd blue, giving a wealth of color.
Old Frlrud" at Alllanrr.
An Interesting Incident occurred soon
titer the train left Canton. Many of those
V on the regular coaches wcro anxious to
cre.et the president and he consented to
ceo a delegation from Alliance, in his own
district. He met the party on the pTat-
lorm. grasping each hand and talking fa
miliarly of the ctruggle and victory at Al
liance. One horny-handed veteran stood
back ln the crtrrd vstn the president i.pled
fcim out with the familial greeting: "Well.
Tom. I'm glad to see you.' The president
remarked that COO majority had hltherts
tecn the "high watermark at Alliance, but
v.n. VnA twMA un ROD.
-Tex. iMrttJnaegggJV.
rUa, was tne exttnusicouc
tip whistle sounded this morning, every
man tell into Hue. with Tom Russell on
horseback, four girls in white leading the
jirocefElon and the town was crary when
we left," The president laughingly uc
kuowloSged the hrartfelt manifestation ot
his neighbors and bade thp delegation good
bye. The president made his first speech
of the day when the train arrived at AL
llancc. The town turned out enmasne to
meet him with bands and banners. Work
men from the potteries at Sebrlng came in
their aprons bearing transparencies show
ing their majority. The crowd surged up
to the train to the imminent danger of thoso
in front.
Well Chosen Words by TTexIdrnt. I
When the president eppeared there were
deafening cheers, to which he bowed and
muled acknowledremcnt and then said:
"My Fellow. Cltiiens: I have not failed
tn trtiM-rve the verdict of Alliance given on
resterday (long continued nppiausej aca j
l cannot refrain from expressing to you,
A In passing my great appreciation of thiB
-rote of encouragement and support from my
old friends and neighbor" of Stark county.
(Great applaune.)
"1 observe that majorities rise with pros
perity (Great applause) and that the Ameri
can people never fall to support the flag.
(Applause.)
"I thank you and hid you cpod after
noon." (Tremendous applause and cheer
ing.) A short distance further on the train
1 stopped at Sebrlng, a new town with huge
potteries.
This place was built up. it is said, by
tho fostering of the American pottery in
terest. Business was suspended and the
Txrklngmen poured tonh to Join in the
buzsas. A big banner announced: "Se
brlng. 4 to 1 for McKlnley." The presi
dent waved acknowledgments, but did not
speak.
At the big factory town of Salem the
moke of many stacks hung over the city
and myriads of worklngmen and working
women gave the place the aspect of a hive
of industry.
Isnmrakf Conounrr at Salem
A vast concourse of people lined the
tracks. The tops of freight cars were used
B.L points of ventage. Little girls bore
w American fines. Tb drum corps was
uniformed as Tailed States volumeter.
A huge broom, draped with yellow rib
bons, was carried at the bead of the pro
ceLsion. Women struggled to throw
bunches ot chrysanthemums toward Mrs.
McKlnley. ,A young woman uept crying
"Bryan' i defiant tones, but her voice
was faint amid the din. The screech of the
factory whistles was deafening. The prc-sl-dent
bowed his thanks and when order
wso partly secured he said:
Mr Fellow cntirrtis: It has been many
ywrs since 1 had the prlrtlepn of tneetinr
In audience in the city, of Salem, and I
isnure you that your greeting and wel
come todav give me vrrj- sincere pleasure.
Tou are here to celebrate n vlctury won,
,im. nnrtv. but br the Keonle
Ti iT? rf t'i "B
igd by your confidence, but deejilj tmn
aclous of the crave responsibility which
joar action or yesterday imposes upon me.
iv ,.. r.r nil mr coiintrj-roen their
yiuimuiy ana tupion m
arl
13
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137
15
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34C
1T7
ir.e
334
12T.
3UD
3T3
3C5
113
2W
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71
:
lSerJiltulatli.
McK. Bryan. 2JaK. Bryan.
the first of next week, for the reason that ffSZS
the election tracers of the Tourth ward of
South Omaha failed to make u return to
the ounty clerk other than the poll-book,
which ccnont lo inspected until thu Te
turning board meets. With this exception
all figures given herewith have been oam
pared with the returns of the county clork
The vote for the leading presidential can
didates la as follows:
FIRST WARD.
07
to
us I
ICS I
7M
71
IE
a '
34
1
74 1.109
in
ID"
IS")
3d
301
!C
K
31
41
r.7
71
7I
CI
"tsi
if)
K.
P7
314
77
4ir
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73
IS
2T7
W
117
1W
M
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in
Y.t
U&
H)
KM
101
112
1S1
1.20S
3.7SO
SEVENTH WARD.
US
314
3S7
nr.
n
I
IIS
IK
1.-040
117
31G
300
31'K
K7
Ki
C7
700
34i
71
1G2
a
H4
&
IK
117
130
IS
v
V7
lu
Gl
41
76
W
70
14
49
CS
&
71
64
"Si
1D IE
l?reclnct. MeK. Bryan. McK. Bryan.
First lis 157 17 ITS
Second r.7 K. a 7G
Third ll 17G K 2B3
Fourth !C 31 fcS 344 I
Fifth IMl 121 1ST. HO!
Sixth NO 111 72 UG
Seventh 300 31. 102 1
EighUi 78 114 70 311
Totals 715 3.TOG 739 1.0M
Majority 247 54S
SECOND WARD.
Precinct. McK. Bryan. McK. Bryan.
Flrrt K4 1M 12S 1SG
Second 12 127 130 H
Third 17 3C ISO 3G9
Fourth 97 145 3IC 344
Fifth t 131 55 301
Sixth K! 321 K3 n
SevenUi W 1K7 . 72 369
Elchth W 1K7 S 3G7
Ninth M IIS 74 3 23
Tenth 304 C 30C 3G3
Eleventh ISO IBS 13
Totals .12 1.T27 1.1G0 1.W4
Majority 4S5 4D4
Fourth ...
Firth
Sixth ....
seventh ..
Btchth ...
Ninth
Totals
Mojorlty .
Precinct.
First iVG
SKsond
Third
Totals
Majority .
Precinct-
First
Seeond ....
Third 1:
SIS
Total .....
Majority
Precinct.
First
Second
Totals ...
Majority
THIRD WARD.
Precinct- MeK. Bryan. McK. Bryan.
Tlrst 1W 359 HB 32S
Second 9 32S 73
Third lH 124 14! TO
Fourth 1C2 174 119 177
Fifth w p: ,T5 :
sixth p" 12" ra
Seventh ISO H'O K5
Eighth 16" 5 li
Ninth 102 SG 30k 112
Tenth j'C 77
Totals ...... 1.212 140S 3-32K PC
Majorltr 205
, 187
2T.K
1C7
, 124
172
13a
isEs
:
EIGHTH
20C
371
371
M
ICS
173
121
2U1
M
129
34G
9C
75
"gS
WARD.
KI.
317
1M
Kl
3 1.(1
120 -120
140
3.213
2S2
NINTH WARD.
120
375
160
lf.7
193
17
10a
102
320
73
307
"I9
340
202
329
m
111
322
"roi
344
12s
10s
75
120
317
H
1M
"S20
79
32K
luo
12S
13G
142
"tcs
31C
w
7G
ID
nt.
M)
tl
"Si
K,
49
KtS
74
)2
14
F&
111
n
79
ri
R9
G3
74
(C
D5
45
"SSI
Precinct.
First .
Third
Fourth
Firth
Sixth . .... . .
Seventh
Eighth
Nlntii
Totals ...
Majority ....
Precinct.
First
Second
Third
Fourth .....
Firth
Sixth
Seventh ....
Totals ..
Majority ...
FOURTH WARD.
"McTC Bryan. McK. Bryan.
1M
. JES '
....-3GX
its
'.'.V. 33G
.... 1U
3D0
113
74
7.
301
76
IBS
fC9
1,630
71
FIFTH WARD.
McK. Bryan.
121
2 -127-
US
172
VM
122
10
191
1.220
70
71
6.
9R
K7
110
7
84
373
lf
344
in
134
121
l9
1S3
7R
131
132
113
119
139
M5
Precinct.
First ..
Second
Third
Fourth ...
Firth
Sixth
Seventh ..
Elchth ...
Ninth ....
Tenth ....
Eleventh .
Totals
Majority .
9S7
142
SIXTH WARD.
McK. Bryan.
McK. Bryan.
343 135
129 Co
328 11G
1Q 132
3(G M
3119 12C
K9 110
E7u TCS
107
179
312
237
109
234
14E
105
2a
170
11B
127
135
CI
343
127
142
112
94
lhG
It
109
13S.
1,344
1SJ
McK. Bryan.
139
1.780
4SG
SEVENTH WARD.
8S
212
93
170
14G
(C
230
150
ICR
107
1,5
2S9
nr.
or.
1;
112
124
95
194
134
300
129
32)9
HE
10s
93
6G
Si
C '
K5
H
7U
-1S9--
, Precinct.
First
Second ....
Third
Fourth ....
Firth
Sixth
Totals .
Majority ..
MclC Bryan. McK. Bryan
21!
27G
1M
132
150
341
101
77
142
1S2
127
78
707
Precinct.
First
Second ...
....1.W4
445
ItE CAPITULATION -OMAHA.
First ward....... 779
Second ward.... .1.172
Third ward 1.2S3
Fourth ward.....l.C41
virth ward 977
Sixth ward 1.7K0
Seventh ward... 1.053
Eighth ward 1.21S
Ninth ward 3.W4
Total 10.M2
2.216
GG
93
K7
i 1 Third
Firth .
SUth
.3.075
, 3CS
EIGHTH WARD.
-19'JO
175
237
173
ia
121
34S
975
549'
-3K9C
110
SO
120
150
EE
C2C
4C9
942 C19 GG7
1.C4 s74 1.109
1,01s 731 653
K74 1.(40 m
79S 7U0 52S
lCS lta KT
C23 79S 292
931 920 743
599 7GS 4G9
U24 Tins ta?i
First
Serond ....
Third
Totals
First
Seeond ....
Third
Totals
First .....
Second ....
Totals
Sooth Omaha.
FIRST WARD.
.... 2S5 27
.... 2
244
17!
SECOND
.... . 13S
149
TSi
WARD.
29S
291
221
TIIIRD WARD.
.... 3(4 279
302 297'
157
G0C
30G
321
69
HOC
12S
CI
IS
519
354
1G0
"S5
194
147
95
43s
175
1S5
the rrijit Tirolilems that nest upon the
United States, ajid 1 am mrre that au of
I that Dlrtne Ruler who bas never failed this I
aruvernment tnrougn uii Jts vicifbuuucj
from its beginning to the present hour. 1
thank you and bid you good afternoon
(Applause and cheering.)
At Lice-tonta and Columblna there were
like outbursts, crowds besieging the presi
dent's car No sioeckes were made, but
the president reached d.wn and fchook
roanv rriniy hsnd
. A Crlrrllng rain b'gan to fall, but this
did not deter big crowds from turning out
at East Palestine. Enon Valley, New Gall
leee and New Brighton.
At Rochester 3,000 people braved the rain
Ward.
First
Serond ....
Third
Fourth ....
207 57 1M) SSO
FOURTH WARD,
211 65 3G7
Sooth Omaha.
Mereer. Howard
.....t.
2M
307
13R
(Continued on Seventh Page.)
Totals L54S
Coanty Preelncts.
Chicago
Clontarf
Douglas
East Omaha....
vjkhorn
Florence
Jefferson
McArdle
Millard
Platte Valley -
Union
Waterloo
West Omaha,
North
West Omaha-
South
Total
. I2S
. 3
. 75
. 23
. K
. 145
. Ill
.. 79
. n
. 116
. 110
,. 11s
. 92
. ?7
,a.2Ci
12S 107
3 3S
iug a
19 4S
77 IC
130 in
S2 M
71 58
102 KB
14! 302
91 a
IK 7'
1(H 22
74
1.157 TJc
as
C7G
211
n m-4
114
J
23
CG
w
2
153
74
12&
85
29
1.07"
212
152
173
94
17!
............. 1B0
MclC Bryan. McK. Bryan.
345
32S
133
SC
111
1(4
177
147
140
3(11
3C7
152
7K)
, 1.252
1.212
1,53
... !"
1S
1.MW
... . i.sr
XOM
...MSM
.... l.M
lSKS)-
3.TOS
1JS7
1.1US
G
M
3.344
710
9
Gl
Ixii
' 729
Lino
3.12K
3.W
97?.
2.1BT
1.0M
1.5G4
!i;5
759
7!i
l.9
9H
551
South Omaha.
FIRSTVAlSr).
McK. Br"n
30
2iS
2W
VMS E.575
JK9T
McK. Bryan.
225 271
199 3G3
23! 174
147
9
27 f
SECOND WARD.
MclC Bryan.
312 3K
3G3 225
245
(47
134
12
1K9C
McK. Bryan.
SU2
290
307
34E
214
2(3
127
"(34
271
THIRD WARD.
McK. Bryan. MeK. Bryan.
... 1G2 220 124 J
.... 11D Q C7 1C5
Mr.
373
193
FOURTH WARD.
2T4
1C3
-1S.V-
Totalr ..
Majority
MeK. Bryan. McK. Bryan.
1U7 2C 74 355
, 100 a
Coantry Preelacts.
Precinct.
Chicago
Clontarf
Douglas ........
i.ut umana
KIkhorn
Florence ........
Jefferson
McArdle
Millard
Platte Valler....
Union
Waterloo
W. Omaha. No..
W. Omaha, So..
McK. Bryan.
154
4
S7
M
9
3.10
122
U2
(C
151
3(4
12
93
9S
324
23
305
30
K3
134
KG
19
100
133
301
15K
312
47
-li9f-
McK. Bryan.
342
G
73
X
Ul
IIP
Ilk
79
GG
174
94
92
KT.
127
21
3!C
40
107
341
99
W
122
32
333
1H1
109
41!
WASHINGTON. Nor. 7- The senate, as
suming that the state legislatures will
fulfil their duty and choose senators to
represent tbelr rtates, will stand, on the
lct.lt of yesterday's election, 49 repub-1
llccxis, 27 democrats and 9 independents,
with the legislatures in doubt ln three
states with the privilege of electing five
senators at this time. The legislatures la
doubt are Delaware and Nebraska, ln each
of which states two senators are to be
chosen, and Idaho, with one senatorial
chair to be filled. Among those classed ln
the Independent column are Senators Stew
art of Nevada and Kyle of .South Dakota,
who in the last congress acted with the
republicans on all party matters; Turner of
Washington and , Harris of Kansas, who
acted with the democrats, and Wellington
ct Maryland. The representation by states
should be as follows:
Name Hep. Dm. IA.
Alabama 2
Arkansas 2
California 2
Colorado .. 2
Cotititictlcut J
Delaware
Morida 2 ..
Georria 2
"Idaht
Illinois 2
Indiana 2
Iowa 2
Kansas 1 .. ..
Kentucky 1 1
Louisiana .2 ..
Maine 2
Maryland 1 .. 1
Massachusetts 2
Mlcihlgan :
Minnesota "
I.'lKHl.HKlppl 2 ..
MlsHourl 2
Montana 1
Nebraska
Nevada 2
New Hampshire 2 ..
New Jersey 2
New Tork 2
North Carolina 1 1
North Dakota 2
Ohio 2
Oregon 2
Pennsylvania 2
Rhode Island. 2 ..
South Carolina
South Dakota.
Tennessee
Texas
Utah 1
Vermont 1
Virclnla
Washington 1
West Virginia 2
Wisconsin 2
Wyoming 2
Douglas Ccun'.y Majorities,
McKlnley M.-t'.S
Bryan 1X175
McKlnlejr's mnjorlt.v.
Mercer
Howard
Mercer's majorltr . ..
Dietrich
Foyuter
Dietrich's majority (kR
una j
12.WK5
J.371 J
:;:.4is
12,710 j
Seventh ..
Elchth ...
Ninth
Tenth
Totals
Majority .
137
125
DO
S7
4 t
"55
Totals ...
Majority .....
. 1,250 1 J55
A. C. HARTE IS Jiff -ELECTED
Hepnbllraa Candidate for Coaaanla-
aloaer In the- Seconal District M'taa
ti I tfa a llandnoane .Majority.
The election ln the Second commissioner
district, composed ot the Second. Fourth
and Seventh wards, war not a spirited con
test, the election of A. C Harte being a
foregone conclusion. When the votes were
counted it was found that Mr. Harte's ma
jority waB 59B, within two votes of the es
timate mnde by the republican candidate
the day before the election.
As Mr. Harte Is the sitting member his
election will not, probably, change the
make-up of the committees of the board.
Totals
49
Toubtrul two senators to le elected.
"Doubtful one senator to be elected: one
republican.
MAJORITY FOR DIETRICH
Repobllean Candidate Carries Ding,
las Cooatr on Hla Hal to
Victory.
District.
First
Seeond ...
Third
Fourth
.1,275
2S7
FOURTH WARD.
Diet-' Poyn-
ricn. tar.
an
is
u
Tut
Hi
.f4 Kl
ir; n
im sr
Sixth 9 t
Seventh 334 111.
Eighth 3B 112
Ninth 21S 17
Hay-Poyn
warn. ter.
Totals
Majority ,
S55
.N..1.4S7
C32
FIFTH WARD.
:
Dint- Pyn-
inr.
159
34'.'
119
132
17
Kit
14
'
4C7
31
72
K
ft
H
13
SO
c
K4
DlstrlcL rieh.
First 172
Scond - .. 157 K
Third 132 29
Fourth 374 KS
Fifth 315 92
Sixth 31D 321
Seventh KB 13Q
Total 945 &
Majority .. 109
SIXTH WARD.
19
Diet-
Hay- Poyn-
ward. ter.
312
311
91
3 4
Ri
M
55
"Si
119
C3
W)
K7
C7
W)
fiG
District.
First ......
Second ...
Third
Fourth ...
nrth
Sixth
Seventh ..
Eighth ...
Ninth
Tenth ....
Eleventh .
Totals
Majority .
District.
rirst
Second ...
Third
Fourth ...
Fifth
Sixth
Totals
Majority
00
Poyn-
rioii. ter.
. 17C 12"
. lit
. U 250
. 02 hi
.. 231 134
.. 348 111
.. 10 PG
. 152 111
1C4 1IC
,. ia 127
.. 117 135
licsi 1,407
. 254
Hnj - Poyn
w ura. ter.
122
353
W
341
9
GS
377
111
321
SC
1,2(4
94
4b
11G
7b
M
5!
f4
114
85
101
SEVENTH WARD.
Dlet-'l'oyn-
rich.
, 2119
15C
325
341
129
-lK3f
ter. ward. ter.
PS 1X4 75
91 205 a
341 123 90
349 tC K9
11E 302 C7
77 316 52
C74 7G1 427
The irppended table shows the majority
given by Omaha tor the republican and fu
sion candidates for governor. The contest
fnr )i!k fiWr vsg niirftpulBrlT hftrd.
fought, the Omaha cad of the state house ; .'It?ih
I machine making strenuous efforts to repay
i .1.. r... .1.. I Tntnlt
themselves ln position for pie by bringing "
In a fusion majority for this office. The I
result was that Mr. Dietrich ran behind
the national ticket, but his majority ln
Douglas county will go to swell the total
which, at this time, looks as though it
would place him ln the gubernatorial chair.
By precincts the vote for governor was:
FIRST WARD.
FIRST FRUIT OF PROSPERITY
Southwestern Railroad Company An-
Bonncea Karlj- Bntldloc of Bla;
Extension.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Nov. 7. Chief En
gineer F. A. Amolltor of the Choctaw, Ok
lahoma & Gulf railroad today announced
that since the presidential election is over
the company probably will begin within
sixty days about 175 miles of extensions.
He announced that the line from Harts
home to Ardmorc, I. T., will be built as
soon as preliminary legal matters can re
arranged. The distance will be 120 miles.
An extension to Rutherford, 'about 100 miles
westward, will be built, enlarging the com
pany's interests in western Oklahoma.
This Is the first authoritative statemeat
in the premises.
1:
129
124
Bl
120
Election tn Torto Rico.
BAN JUAN, P R.. Nov. ". It is estimated
that 75,000 republicans -voted at the election
yesterday for a commissioner to congress
and members of the house of delegates. Not
more than 200 federals voted. The elec
tion was exceedingly orderly.
There are no reports of disturbances.
Communication with tho Interior is slow.
.... LW
ST4
EIGHTH WARD.
1P00 lB9f
Diet- Poyn- Hay- Poyn-
Dlstrtct. rich. ter. ward. ter.
First 204 J51 3 W 122
Second 155 132 319 315
Third . 3G1 321 307 95
Fourth ........... '93 K5 74 04
Klfth 14 113 321 92
sixth m 301 lie a
, 122 127 98 K2
, 202 123 bi
979 951 7
Aatelope Bute ELikee Off tit Yofct of
Insion Dsiaiaitica.
BRYAN'S F0PULAR MAJORITY IS WIPED OUT
EfturEi Already in SL?w Grt it 0LiEe it,
Ecatisifrt of "Voters.
DIETRICH IS RUNNING CLOSE BEHIND
Ei Gain Over Tote for Eaprird ia 1B98
Ooatinuw Very Liirgt.
REDEMPTION OF STATE COMPLETE
Indlciitlons from Count a Fur a Com
pleted hoer the llotlre llrpnbll-
ran TieUet Elected by
(ioed .Majority.
Nebraska has taken its plare in the re
publican column by a good safe majorltr
MeKlnley has carried the state by not less
than r..090 and 11 is more likely to tcaeh
beyond that ilgure. The table below givos
ccmploto returns from fifty of thr ninety
counties ln the state. These counties cjmK
praetlrully 150.000 votes, leaving some
vhero in the neighborhood of 7b,M0 to be
aeoountrd for. ln these counties MrKlulny
has a majority ot S.P49 Four years f
Bryan had a majority of E.BOi ln the stc
counties. His plurality lc the state is thus
practically wiped out by the gains already
made
Regarding the state ticket the returns
do not indicate so clearly the result, th'ouph
Dietrich has made substantial gains orr
the vote cast Tor Htyward four years ag
and the prospects are that he is elected
along with the rer.t of the ticket, though
this is not a certainty. In the thlrty-slx
counties given complete he has a small
plurality, while these same counties two
years ngo gave a small plurality for roya
ler. In the rirrt and Second congresslocsl
districts tho republican candidates are as
suredly elected, lb the Third, Fourth.
Fifth and Sixth districts the result is in
doubt, with the republican candidates mak
ing u good showing, with chances to win.
At midnight Chairman Lindsay of the
republican ttatc committee said: "With
more than two-thirds of the precincts of
the state heard from, all I can ray Is to
repeat what 1 maintained from the first,
that the state would give Us electoral vote
to McIUnlry by a maorlty of not Icbs than
5,000. 1 have not enough figures to make
an accurate forecast of the result on gov
ernor, which is much closer, but which I
believe will show our candidate, Mr. Diet
rich, to be elected. The other candidates
on lie state ticket seem to be running
much better and are sure of election. The
legislature will be republican by safe ma
jorities ln loth houses, which means the
election ot two republican United States
senators."
Following Are the Flarnrea.
1B9G.
Diet- Poyn- Hay- Poyn-
Dlstrlct. rich. ter. ward. ter.
First 120 1W. 86 123
Second d SG 59 54
Third 99 3(T9 57 ue
Fourth S4 107 7 93
Fifth 147 121 103 S4
Sixth 77 101 5S 70
Seventh 96 122 73 94
Eighth 72 !fl C9 65
Totals 73G "' m 5B1 B
Majority 252 HB
District.
First
Second ...
Third .....
Fourth ...
Fifth
Sixth
214
NINTH WARD.
19CI0
Diet- Poyn-
lien. ter.
Totals
129
in
22s
15S
349
169
.1,024
101
105
99
317
114
IE
Hay- Poyn-
wara. ter.
7B
324
3G4
JJHJ
125
13C
Majority 411
Recapitulation.
95
52
302
58
ISO
1-
COUNTIES.
SECOND WARD.
Diet- Poyn- Hay- Poyn-
Dlptrict. rich. ter. ward. ter.
First 95 1G2 B3 92
Second : 33! 332 K7 K2
Third 192 359 124 121
Fourth Kk 142 7G 10G
Tirth 7u 122 C3 74
Sixth 72 123 HI 7G
Seventh 71 377 55 140
Eighth 90 1R5 . 7G 143
Ninth 79 114 55 CS
Tenth 10K 197 94 14G
Eleventh 102 202 5 90
Totals 3.117 1.72G ' 39 1.139
Mojorlty Cj9 300
District.
First
Second ...
Third ....
Fourth ..
Firth ....
Sixth
THIRD WARD.
1900
Diet- Pom-
rich, ter.
snv
360
3G4
ICO
1.7
95
114
in.
104
5
Hay- Poyn
ward. ter.
95
5:
c
9S
a
C7
G
92
100
K
Ward.
First
Second .....
Third
Fourth ....
Firth
Sixth
Seventh ...
Eighth ....
Ninth
Totals
Majority .
District
First
Second ....
Third
Totals
nrst
Second ....
Third .....
Totals
First
Second ...
Total .
1BO0
Diet- Poyn-
rlch. ter.
73C lS
.1.117 1.72G
..1.27i. OKS
..1.4K7 R55
. , 945 KX
, .1,001 1,407
..1.00S 674
..1.2B3 979
..3,024 C2
9,067
-IKK-
Hay- Poyn
ward. ter. .
5K1 699 I
P39 1,139 I
7im C77 I
1.021 554 '
1.IC1 K4
1.2(4 922
7fil 427
301 ' 74S
759 m
....10,546
1,479
Soath Omaha.
FIRST WARD.
Diet
rich.
.. 2S3
. 2W
.. 224
NEXT NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE.
The Senate.
L Frank Martin Rep.
2. Peter Berlet Rep.
2. J. H. Arcnds Rep.
4. W. H. Newell Rep.
5. Dr Mcrodcth Fus.
6. H. H. Baldrlge
A. J. Coleson .
J. F. Schultz ..
7. A. R. OleBDn
6. W. H. Brown
9. A. W. Lfcdd
10. Lorenzo Crounse
1L W. W. Voung
12. J. L. Paschal .....
13. Frank Campbell .,
14. J. R. Van Boskirk.
ID. F. M. Currle
16. J. E. Miller
17. JrA. Woostlnholm
IK. Charles lCrumback
19. H. B. Cummins Fus.
20. Richard O'Neill Ren.
J. J. Tromj-en Rep.
21, W. H. Edgar Rep.
22. Hugh McCargen Rep.
22. C. F. Steele Rep.
24. N. V Harlan Rep.
H. H. Hanks Fus.
7. r S. WlUUnson Rep.
M. L. Fredericks Rep.
K. David Brown . Rep.
9. CI tin Grell Fus.
10. Vaclav Buresh Rep.
S. A. Corneer .Rep.
Henry McCoy Rep
George A. Mead Rep.
P. M Mullen Ren.
Carstrn Rohwer Rep.
Mel Uhl Rep.
B. E. Wilcox Rep.
F. M. Toung .....Rep.
Fus. 11. Henry Rohwer - Rep.
...Fus. 12. W. G. Sears Rep.
.Rep. IS. Joseph Hall Rep.
..Ren. 14. Daniel Swasson Rep.
...Fus. George L. Loonies Fus.
...Fus. 35. Henry Shinstock Fus.
...Fue. ic. M, W. Murray 4 .....Fur.
17. Louis Sml hberger ..Rep.
It J J. McCarthy Rep.
IB. A. J Watsou Fus.
20. C. W. Orr ,..Rep.
2L H. M. Stockwell Fus.
22. Frank Joutenat Rrp.
23. L. G. Bley Rep.
..'..Ren.
....Rep.
....Rep.
....Rep.
...Rep.
....Rep.
....Rep.
....Rep.
J. H., Steinmcyer
R. W. Laflln
85. A. D. Spencer ...
E4. J. E. Mendenhall
25, Robert Tweed ..
86. Conrad Belsner .
S". Charles Fowler .
W. H. Cooksey .
2B. A, L. Sandall ...
C. M. Smith
29. C. F. Hoy
40. W, Y. R. Gawne
4L J. A. Whltmore .
J. H. Edmonson.
42. M. Broderlck ..T
C. H. Beall
42. James Boyd .....
44. Llmus Perslnger
45. H A. Redman ..
4C. W. H. Householder
47. G. G. Humphrey ;.
..... f ,
...Rep.
...Rep.
...Rep.
.Rep,
Rep.
....Rep.
....Rep.
....Fus.
....Rep.
....Fus.
....Fus.
....Rep.
....Rep.
. .. . Fus.
....Rep.
....Fus.
....Fus.
....Fus.
....Fus.
Fus.
Rep
Poyn-
ter.
350
260
247
K57
-lET
Hay- Pos-n
warn. ter.
23
151
Adams
Box Butte..
Boyd
Brown
Buffalo
Butler
Cass
Cedar
Cherry
Cheyenne ..
Clay
Colfax ,
Cuming
Custer
Dakota
Dawson
Dixon
Dodge
Douglas
Dundy
Franklin ...
Frontier
Furnas
Gnge
Garfield
Grant
Greeley ,
Hall
Hamilton ...
Harlan
Holt
Howard
Johnson
Keith ......
Keya Paha.,
Kimball
Knox
....I
1900.
125i
576!
7(4
471!
1.K70
1,5(13
2.903
1,443
743
125 .
VS9.I
1.029,
3.3S2
3110
692
1.2K1!
15G
2,627
72S
227'
2.U26,
2.1701
2.3 f.!
1.TGS
, II
3.&31)
1.0341!
1.715
l.'ai'GTi
... 1
2,415
1.7GS1
4411
51
1.K35
1.2i5
2.C3G
b.t
f.'.5
320
.424
2.2C2
-5
1.043! 1.515
4391
1,691
1.312
1.4M
Gill
1.11
9S4
,4
1.717
T. '24
1,757
2,492
934
1 n
1,297
2(.
14.2Ch' 12,1751 12,226' U, '
:::(
a H)sl
SECOND WARD.
13G 29R
151 293
95 2UC
"jlS2 "695
THIRD WARD.
15G 276
IUG 29S
262 574
FOURTH WARD.
Totals ISO 271
Coaatry Precincts.
PG
135
56
125
50
SO
204
152
II
3"2
2W
1S3
23. Henry Hcuting Fus. 14. D. A. Becker .Fus
26. O. R. Pitney Fue.
27, J. N. Lyman Fus.
2S. John M. Johnson Rep.
29. E. N. Allen .........................Rep.
SO. E, D. Owens Rep.
The lloaar,
1. James R. Cain :......Kep.
John Lechty rus.
August H Fellers Fus.
2. J, F. Wcazel Rep.
Andrew Scott Rep.
3. J. W. Armstrong Rep.
Fred G. Hawxby Fus.
4. H. G. Cressey Rep.
B. C II. Seethe Rep,
C. C H. Marshall Rep.
William Thomssen Fua.
4B. Charles Hunter Fus.
..Fus.
..Rep.
...Fus,
.Rep.
.Rep.
49. Peter Dahlsten
CO. E. S. Gilmore ..
Frank Waring .
CI. Orva Gallogly ..
2, W. H Horton .
It. A. G Fisher 'Rm.
:a. J w. Tanner .rus. 54. J. E. Evans Rrp.
26, J. C, Sprecher rua. r.f,. J. A. Ollls. jr. Fus.
27. Alexander Bouller " tG. W. J. Taylor Fue.
James Jatnlsou Fut j p. Ream Fus,
:S. D. W. Hamilton Fus. 57, j0bn vandereritt' Fus.
John Kaveny rus. 55, j n. Harris Rep,
29. W. H. Beekly Rep. William Jordan ., Fus.
George W. Fuller Tut. lb, Ferdinand Ztmmerer Fus.
20 A. W. Lane Kep- 0. Victor .Anderson Fus.
C. R. Tefrt ..Rep. CL Charles Glshwelter rus.
J. E Mockett Rep- E. Lowe Rep.
C. J. Warner .- Rep. 62, C. O. Olson ,.Rep.
E. J. Shellhorn ....Rep- 04. C. M. Brown ........Rep.
St E. W Mlskell .'...Rep. 65. J E. Hathorne Rep.
J T Calkins -Pus. IIS. J 1 Andrews Rrp.
SS. T E. Hlbbcrt , Rep. 67 3 W Gull Kep.
Precinct.
Chicago 319
Clontarf f
Douglas 75
East Omaha. 2I
Elkhorn KB
Florence 134
Jefferson 31C
McArdle f
Millard K2
Platte valley.... iiv
Union 3('9
Waterloo 132
W. Omaha, north 3C
W. Omaha, south J
..1.165
Diet- Poyn-
ntai. ter.
32S
22
314
2S
92
114
83
CA
300
34t
Hi
373
112
50
L22T
5G
Hay-Poj-n-
wara. ter.
109
15
(4
4G
Kl
307
30
Ul
a
11!
f4
K.
52
M
73
54
u
!4
1
130
ST.
29
1.0C3 1.0G6
220 I
J?' Lancuster
l-C 1 Locan ....
Loup ......
Madison .
Merrick .
Nance ....
Nemaha .
Otoe I
Perkins
... ,.. .
Pierce
Piatte
Red WHlow..
lUchardBou .
Rock
Saline
Saunders ,,,
ScotU Bluff
Seward
Sherman ...
Hlonr
Stanton 7H5i
Thayer I 3,E27
Tliomas ' C5i
Thurston 1301
1.G49
11411
L253I
309
94i
957
1.22li
2.SG1I
250!
14K
SOi
1.523
Sk3
1.2S4
913
1,528
24GI
3K7
227f
1SX1
7.4f4
IIHI'
1W!
2.059
1.21
1.090!
1.CT.31
2,717'
IBli
1.225i
91i'i
1,S"2'
1.3M!
2,49'.
4791
2.1S3
2.271
41'
1.K75
5US!
1.134
BIG
1.317k 1.14K,
2.523IH 2.IS3I
2251 1
!l7t
Mi,
too ! s:ir!
114!
111 .
m) ' Washington
a) nc .
Webster ....
Totals.
-mil
I.1.70
975;
1.3031'
1.171.
21G
3Gb '
4!j:
1.51GII
I til i , I
102 I
341 I
l.CO'J I
1."0 I 1
K73 1
1,723
2.225.I
Sli'
l.ouu 1
C02
l.(a9."
Jtl
'242i
S.0G0B
1,7651
743
Ml
TEif!
1.50K
so;
l'si
W72!
1
1.91
1,3:0
KIGl
kg!
CiCl
1.4 K
170
l-Ol
97',
3.(431
6.51S
"11C
1.SC7I
H7I'i
7431
149,
2.43SI
IC'
1.27
1KT),
2.291
547
2. 0CS
2.121
23(1
I.cskI
432'
1551
G5i,
L5T.G!
23
5081
1597
99
14S
..I BS.K74I M.OOOll H.aa!
H
1.092
1
1,4"5
2,703
124
1'3
7Mt
1.M2
1..C4
1.3 2
1,422
l.lhH
3.215
2C7
2 7
C2
l.i'.iO
wan
ir.
123
1,713
1.0 4
9CC
WX)
2,549
rsi
1.1KG
wn
.191
3.031
2,529
225
2,032
2,713
244
1.K74
i.0
m
1.367.
K't
711
1 :i9
1.10s
1.D4C
95.121
Adam Connty.
HASTINGS, Neb.. Nor. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Bryan carries county by 125. Olm
sted elected by about 90 majcrlty.
Totals
Majority
IT MEANS NATIONAL HONOR
roMmaster General Smith Sams Up ln
few hot Stronc Word Mean
Ins; of Result.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Postmaster Gen
eral Charles Emory Smith returned today
trom Philadelphia, where he catt his Tote.
Henaid tonight:
This overwhelming result shows that the
deliberate juugment. honor and integrity
of the American people can safely lie
trumed. The value of this rnsult in lt
immediate effect and 'in its illustration of'
American cnaracter R.nu .stauuity canmt
be overestimated. It Is an evidence or the
strength of American Institutions. It as
sures the unbroken continuance of Presi
dent McKlnley's policies of national honor
and gjcatnesR. We shall keep our pras
Ierity at home and strenrthen our prestige
and influence abroad. The tunlnUtratlon,
with a republican congress, now ran carry
forward to a successful completion the
policies which have been Inaugurated.
The events of the last two years have
marked a new epoch ln our national d
veloroent and the result of the election
shows that the poople f ul'y appreciate what
is involved ana means that this new en
shall not be interrupted. The populir
verdict crushes the free silver heresy and
assures perfect stability in the jnilnUln
ance of ths gold standard It al o pricks
the bubblr of so-called imperialism and
Itoyd Connty.
BUTTE Neb.. Nov. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Boyd county gives McKlnley, 704:
Rryan, 72b. Republican gain ot 122, from
1B9C. Congressman, Klnkald, 100 majority
ln the county. State Senator Frank Camp
bell (fusion), C10. Sam G, Robinson .(rep.),
600, Representative, Crockett (fusion, Cll,
C. W. Orr (rep.), 5M.
CRE1GHTON. Neb., Nor. 7. (Special
Telegram.) Boyd county populists concede
Orr's election for representative by fifty
majority. Knox county Bure for Orr by
ten. Twenty-three precincts give Zlegler
(fus.), L40B; Brown (rrp.), 1,287; Zlegler!;
estimated plurality, to.
Hox Unite Connty.
ALLIANCE, Neb., Nov. 7. (Special Teh
gram.) Box Butte county, all precincts ex
cept three, gives- McKlnley. 57S; Bryan.
S9C; Dietrich. 11C; Poynter, 897. Congress
man, Klnkald, ltd, Neville, 355. Indications
favor fusion. Cofiee (dem.), for legislature,
in doubt. Van Boskirk (rep.), Hayward
(fus.) for state senator.
Ttrown Connty.
AINSWORTH, Neb., Nov. 7 Browa
county, Buffalo preclnrt, complete: Mc
Klnley, 2! Bryan,24, Dietrich. 22; Poynter.
2C. Klnkald. 18; Neville. 22. State Senator
It al o pricks . YanBosklrk.Sl , Hayward. 22. Represent
oeziallsm and . ..... r. . 1 1 , .. faui i r. .a.. .
showi that this hollow., erj- hid no material ,m"Tl r,lZ: ... V . w
welxht with the peut. JprecUct, Brows county, cempltte; Me-
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