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The Omaha Daily Bee.
ESTARLISUED JIHSTE 19, 1871.
OMAHA, FRIDAY MOKNESTG, KOVKMJJElt 0, lflOO-TWELVE PAGES.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS
CHABSPART OF CHINA
Enrsia Hakes Annexation Claim on Tt
tory Kent Tien Tin.
DOUGLAS COUNTY LEGISLATORS.
TITLE CLAIMED BY RIGHT OF CONQUEST
Announcement Mado to Foreign Consult bj
Order of General Llneritch,
STRONG PROTEST TO BE MADE TO CZAR
4SJ T I
V T '"TaaVaaaaaal
Owners of Property Notified ThatThoy Must
' Prove Their Claims.
RAILROAD AND OTHER LANDS ARE SEIZED
No Offlolnl JViillflcntlon of ltcinrlcil
Move Him llecn Deceived hy State
Driiirtment or Kinhnsslcs.
TIEN TSIN, Via Shanghai, Nov. 8. Gen
rnl Lluovltcb, tbn cowuiandcr of the Rus
sian troops, bun olUclally notlllod tho foreign
consuls through tbn Russian cotiiul thai
the land on tho rlvcrsldo oppostto tho British
and Ucrmun settlements hnB been annexed
to ItUBsta by right of conquest. Unless nil
foreign owners of property Immediately do
poslt documents proving their ownership no
clalmn will bo enterinlnod. Much railroad
property, ns well ns tho enst arsenal,. Is In
cluded In tho territory annexed by Russia.
Tlie consuls will protest against tho annexa
tion. WASHINGTON', Nov. 8. Count Casslnl,
tho Russian ambassador, said today In re
jjard to tho reported nnnoxntioii ut lurri
tory In Tlon TbIh by tho Russian govern
ment that ho felt miro no such stop had
been taken. Hq touched hpon tho possi
bility of n Russian concession similar to
tho British and French allotments having
beon mado, but dismissed tho report that
Russia bad summarily taken postesslon of
tho territory referred to ns entirely Im
probable. Tho British embassy Is likewise without
any report of such movo ou tho part of
tho Ruftlan authorities at Tlcti Tslu.
Hee's returns on legislative delegation from
;ity indicate the election of two, if not all
m 1 i i a x .1
liree, or."iZretHiuucan canuiuates ior suite sumuor unu
eight and possibly nine of the republican candidates for
The returns compiled by the county clerk show the
safe election of lialdrige, republican, for senator, and
liuresh, Corneer, McCoy, Mend, Mullen, Kohwer, Uhl and
Wilcox, republicans, for representatives, and the others
so close that the oillcial canvass may be required to de
termine between them.
The evidence of fusion frauds in South Omaha is
conclusive and a correct count of the honest ballots will
give majorities to tho entire republican legislative and
Nebraska in Congress
I'lrHt-K. .T. Hurkctt Rep.
Second Dnvld II. Mercer. .. .lcp.
Tlilrd-.Toliu It. Ilnys Hup.
Fifth A. C. KlmlknborRcr...FuH.
Sixth M. V. Klnknld Hop.
KEEP SILENT ON DETAILS
ITos;ress ot the Minister at Pekln
Una Not Yet Been Mode
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Reports from
Mr. Conger today record the progress of
tbo efforts being made at Pekln to bring
the foreign ministers Into agreement as to
tho basin of negotiations with China. The
department still declines to mako public
any of the details of tho deliberations ot
tbo ministers, and It appears that this
reticence Is a matter of International agree
ment, the purpose being to avoid present
ins any ot the differences that muy arise
from tlrao (o time to tho notlco ot tho Chi
tU'S pluilfntontlarles, who wight una them
to 'servo'' iholr own ends, llowover, tho
atatofflent Is reiterated that progress Is
being mado toward u satisfactory con
clusion, and it Is hoped that within a short
ttmo It will be possible to nt least Initiate
the formal negotiations with Chinese pleni
No advlco has yot been received hero
confirming tho report that Russia has an
cexed territory In Chin LI province, and
tho Impression prevails that If tho Rus
elans have occupied any territory there It
Is simply a military movement In prcp.ira
tlon tor tho maintenance ot the Russian
force at a suitablo base on tbo road to
Pokln tor tho approaching winter.
CHINA IS IN TIGHT PLACE
Rebellion In Southern I'ortton of
Country llulnlnK Commerce anil
Ilevcnuea Are Decreasing.
PARIS, Nov. 8. A dispatch to the Huvas
agency from Pokln announces that a high
Chinese personage says tho rebellion bo
tweon organizations In soufti China Is ruin
ins commerce, that the revenues aro do
creasing and that the payment of the serv
led of tho dobt noxt sprluc Ib doubtful.
Prince Chlng and LI Hung Chang, the
dispatch adds, rogrot the delay In the
peace propositions and express fears as '.o
tbo futuro. They aro ready to accept
propositions based on M. Dolcasse's pro
posals, but, It la further assorted, tho
foreign ministers are In tho meanwhile
marking tlmo and discussing secondary
The Chinese, tho dispatch concludes, re
gard tho occupation ot the Imperial tombs
at SI Ling as being more Important than
tho enpturo of tbo emperor mid dowager
URGED TO CONTINUE WAR
la Boer Council nf War Steyn Talks
of Interference by
PRETORIA, Nov. 7. Surrounded
burghers' assert that Mr. Steyn, after
council of war with General Botha and
General De Lo,rey, addressed tho burghers
with great passion, urging tbcm to con
tlnuo tho war.
Ho told them ho was going south and
bopod to return with 6,000 men, assuring
them that he know Germany had dellv
urod an ultimatum to Great nrltnln de
Bonding the retrocession ot tho republic.
German Military Kstnlillshnicnt,
BERLIN. Nov 8. It has lenkod out that
tho forthcoming Imperial budgot will pro
' ride for two new pioneer battalions of
three companies each for each army corps.
It will also provide 3,600,000 marks for
building a war harbor at Dantztc At Kiel
a large anchorage burbor for warships will
bo built, together with a harbor for tor
pedo boats, capable ot holding sixty of
iho largest. At Wllhelmshaven two Ira
nense drydocks will be built.
Install ew Lord Mayor.
LONDON Nov. 8. Alderman Qrecn, who
waa elected lord mayor of London Septem
ber S9, was formally Installed In that office-
at tiio aulld hall'thls afternoon.
Lord Mayor Green is a nntlvo of Maid
atone, Kent, and Is a paper merchant. Ill
wlfo, a daughter of Joseph Haydn, tho
author ot tho "Dictionary of Dates," died
last winter, so tho duties of lady mayoress
Wlllibe undertaken by Mr. Green's daughter.
APANESE SHIP IS LAUNCHED
c tt Vessel Kxpccted to He the ,Most
LONDON. Nov. 8. Tho Japanese battle
ship Mlltusa, Bald to bo tho most formidable
vcbsoI of Its kind In tbo world, was launcneu
today at the Vlckers-Maxlm works ,at
Tho Mlkasa Is of 1G.200 tofts displacement.
It Is tOO feet long, seventy-six foot wide nnd
tweuty-soven feet thrco Inches deop. It
has two propellers and has nn Indicated
oower of 10.000. It has an armor belt oi
twelve to four Inches and tho armor on Its
gun positions Is fourteen to six Inches
thick, while the deck plating Is two inencs
thick. The armament of tbo MlKasn con-
bIsIh of four 12-lnch guns, tourteen o
Inch nulck-flrlng guns, twenty 12-
mindots. eljtht 3-poundcrs and four
noundcrs. It has four submerged
torpedo tubes. The battleship has a speed
(estimated) of eighteen knots ana us normal
coal sunnlv li 1.400 tons. It carries a crow
of 730 men.
lliissln Una a Good Crop.
LONDON, Nov S.-The preliminary offl
clal report of tho Russlnu crops received
bore nmlorlally conlllctB with the rumors
ot the alleged falluro of the Russian cer
cals which have been circulated for some
weeks. According to tho rerort referred
to, tbo whoat crop Is 45,160.000 quarters
rye. 07,200,000 quarters; oats, 82.OUO.000
, quarters, ana barley, 25,760,000 quarters.
A.nis is too nest wneai crop since 1896.
MAY ADOPT MARCONI S SYSTEM
English Postal Commission Heporti
In favor of toe Wireless
LONDON, Nov. 9. Tho Dally Mall this
morning makes tho following announce
"Tho postal departmental commission,
which has been Inquiring Into tbo subject,
will shortly rcnort. after some months
of deliberation, In favor ot tho earliest
posBlble adoption of Marconi's system ot
wireless telegraphy by the postal aumori
'The commission Is also arranging as to
terms for tho acquisition of tho Marconi
patents and negotiating with franco and
Germany regarding their attltudo toward
Marconi's inventions, This evidently means
complete revolution In tho tolegrnphlo
CARLIST MOVEMENT FAILS
Premier Asacarraga Announce That
All Armed Insurgents Hare
MADRID, Nov. 8. At a cablnot council
hold today under tho presidency of the
queen regent, General Azcarraga, tho pro-
mlor, said thero was no Oarllst under arms
In Spain and that the rising had failed
completely. In order to destroy the or
ganization In the country, ho said, tho
suspension ot tho constitutional guaran
tees would bo maintained.
General Azcarraga also announced that
Spanish-American convention had been
signed In Washington by which the Islands
of Caygaycn and Clbutu, In the Philippine
urchlpclago, haa been ceded for 1100,000.
Increased Cue of Niipthn In Hnssla
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 8. Naptha pro
ducts and securities aro now looking Up.
Two and one-half million pounds of residue
have been contracted for by Moscow factor
ies at twenty-one and twenty-two copecks
per pood, partly In cash. There is no truth
In the report that the railroad minister
has decided to Introduce naptha tor fir
ing on all the Russian railroads, as pub
lished, but It will be extended to some lines
where It has not been yet adopted.
WILL HELP TO BRING PEACE
Result of the Elootion Will Be Felt in
Jrhilippinei at Once.
BISHOP TH0BURN ON THE SITUATION
Imminent Missionary of the Method 1st
Church Gives Ills Impression of
Conditions In Our East
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. Broken In health by
reason of tho hardships and privations of
the tearful famlno In India, Bishop J. M.
Thcburn of Bombay, representative of the
Methodist Episcopal church In India nnd
Occnnlca, has returned to this country
after forty-ono yearH of active service In
the Orient. Ho will leave for Cincinnati
Bishop Thoburn'a district Includes the
Philippine Islands and he frequently has
been In Luzon and tho outlying Islnnds
slnco the American occupation.
"Tho Tagalogs ore really tho only trlbo
ot conscquenco that Is opposing American
authority in the Islands," said Bishop Tho
burn tonight. "Tho American troops will
t-ftvo a difficult time In putting down tho
Insurrection, but as soon as the situation
will pornilt of tho beginning of railroad
building, tho opening of mines and the
tilling of farms the natives will ceaso tho
warfare. Just as soon as tho Americans
glvo conclusive proof of their Intention to
retrain tho rebellion will bo on Its last
"I do not wish to talk politics," said
the bishop In responso to a question, "but
thero Is no doubt that tho result" of the
election on Tuesday will have b Wonderful
effect on tho situation In the Islands. Tho
Tagalon are among the most highly, nil.
tutvd races In tho Orient nnd all uro
anxious to learn English."
ZEPPELIN SELLS HIS AIR SHIP
Kaiser's Government Huys the Count's
Experimental Balloon for
(Copyright, MOO, by Press Publishing Co.)
GENEVA, Switzerland, Nov. 8. (New
York World Cablegram Special Telegram.)
Tho German government has bought
Count Zeppelin's air ship for military pur
poses at a high price. The ship Is to be
removed to Berlin shortly and further ex
periments will, bo carried on there. Tho
kaiser Is greatly Interested In tho Invention.
It Is mainly through his influence, that tho
purchaso was mode.
RUSSIAN PAPERS' OPINIONS
Views Taken of Unlled fltntes Elec
tion In the Kingdom of
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 8. The Journal
do St. Petersburg, tho organ of tho for
eign office, discussed tho United States elec
tion In a mora friendly tona than any other
Russian newspaper, it says:
"Tho American nation thereby testifies
its gratltudo for the great services ren
dered tho national causei Mr. McKlnley'n
nagaclty and course In not going beyond
what the general Interests of tho country
required Is approved hy public opinion,
which explains why thero Is no Important
defection among his 1893 supporters."
Tho Ilourso Gazette, Influenced by tho
finance ministry, doeA not nntlclpnto "the
adoption of thorough-going Imperialism as
a result of tho election." It adds; "Tho
election was predestined, slnco tho com
merclal nnd Industrial nation could not In
trust Its affairs to an cxtremo radical Hko
Tho Novoo Vreracyn says: "McKlnley
adopted Bryan's vlows of foreign politics
nnd Bheered nwny from England and even
Germany. Will ho resume his old policy?
Momentarily America Ih arranged with
France and Russia."
Tho Rossyn bays: "The rosult Is not
without Interest to, Russia, which has al
wayB maintained good relations with Amer
ica, regardless of parties. A change In
this respect set In with tho Spanish war.
America Is Imperialistic, which apparently
menns 'what's mine Is mine, and what's
yours Is mine, too.' McKlnley'n Imperial
ism Is essential to Mr. Chamberlain's
party. A close union between England nnd
Germany Is probable."
Tho Novostl says: "The concessions to
tho democrats beforn the elections were
not of great value. It Is the victory of a
Tho reactionary Syjet expects cloxor re
lations between tbo United Btatcs nnd
Great Britain, "which will glvo the latter
preponderance In China dangerous to the
Interests of Europo and particularly of
Tho Gorman SL Petersburg Zcltung says:
"America continues to maintain the Mon
roo doctrine, while playing tho role of n
conqueror' of other hemispheres. Slto wilt
extend her colonies to neighboring coun
tries." Comment nf ricrmnn rnpers.
BERLIN, Nov. 8. Somo of tho German
papers continue their comments upon tho
sweeping republican victories In tho United
States. Tho Lokal Anzeigcr nays:
"It must not bo assumed that President
McKlnley feels very comfortnblo In his
Imperial grentness. Tho policy of the
Washington administration for some tlmo
has been hesitating, anxious and far from
clear. Its standard of action has beon
tho avoidance of every risk and conse
quently tho very rovcrso of plans of ad
venture." The socialist Vocrwaertz observes:
"Considering Mr. McKlnloy's cautious at
titude In China it Ib hardly to bo feared
for the present that Imperialism will under
take large new actions In the Intoxication
of victory over the sanction glvon to It
A section of the German prens, having
recently asserted that tho Vnltcjl Slates
and Japan had abandoned Cho 'lo-GCr-man
policy In China and begun to grnvl
tato toward Russia und France, tha Ber
liner Ncucste Nacherlchs'ten prints a
strong semi-official denial, asserting that
such statements "rest on no fact whatever."
LATEST ELECTION RETURNS
According to the latest returns McKinley has carried
Nebraska by a majority of over 7j000.
Tliq returns received indicate the certain election
of Dietrich and the remainder of the republican state
The republicans will control both.Jiouses of the state
The Hoe, in its table printed in this issue, presents
the returns from all but ten of the ninety counties
of this state. On the face of these returns Mckinley has
a plurality Of 8,557. The missing counties in lSi)U gave
Uryan a plurality of 1,703, and if they vote the same way
this year McKinley wilt still have 0,70 1 majority. All
other parts of the state have shown a falling off in the
Iiryan nnd an increase in the McKinley vote, nnd these
counties will doubtless tell (he same story.
Keturns from seventy-two counties indicate the cer
tain election of Dietrich to be governor by at least 1,000.
These counties give Dietrich a plurality of 2,300. The
eighteen counties not included in the table two years
ago gave Poynter 1,581: plurality. If they go that way
this year Dietrich will still have a plurality of 810. Other
candidates on the state ticket are running along with
COUNTY IS FIRM IN THE FAITH
Heads of Republican Ticket Eeceivo Most
PLURALITIES DOUBLE ON FOUR YEARS AGO
ADOPT VOTE OF CONFIDENCE
French Chamber of Deputies Pass
Itrsolutlnns Favorable to
PARIS, Nov. 8. At the close ot a long
session yesterday; culminating In several
exciting divisions, tho chairman of the
Doputles adopted a resolution of confidence
In the Waldeck-Rousscau government by
329 votes against 222. The chamber hud
previously adopted a resolution expressing
regrot that the government had surren
dered to Belgium Slpldo, the assailant of
the prince ot Wales,
American Woman, Dtscharired.
LONDON, Nov. 8. In tho Bow street
police court today Mrs. Gertrude Waring,
an American woman, who was charged! Oc
tober 26, with obtaining jewelry unde false
pretenses, was uiecuargea on tne ground
that she was not responsible for her
actions. In 189S she was confined In an
asylum for the insane.
Effects-or Election In France.
PARIS, Nov. 8. The customs committeo
of tho Chamber ot Deputies met today.
The opinion prevails tat the re-election
of McKlnley will lead to a Franco-Amorl-can
commercial convention being shortly
submitted to the Washington senate whoso
vote Is awaited boforo the measure will
be brought before the French chamber.
DeWet Wonnded In Lev.
PRETORIA (undated, by mall to Charles-
town. Natal, Wednosday, Nov. 7.) Gen
eral Dowet has been wounded In tho
leg In a fight with the troops ot General
Knox nt Rcnsburg drift. According to na
tive reprrta tho Boer commander narrowly
Arctic Msplorrrs Itcturn.
EDINBURGH, Nov. 8. The whaler Eclipse
arrived at Dundee today from Davis strait
with a party ot arctic scientific explorers.
Including Messrs. Steyn and Warmbath,
Americans, nnd Dr. Kann, nn Austrian, whu
secured Important Information as to Ellcs-
To Study American Homestead Laws.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 8. The Russian
government Intends sending an agent to tho
United States to study homestead leglsla
tlon with the view of Its partial appltca
tlon to the peasant communities,
Canadians ISnroute Home,
CAPETOWN, Nov. 8. The British trans
port Hawnrden Castle, having on board the
Royal Canadian regiment, sailed from here
Scarcity of Houses In Flerlln,
BERLIN, Nov. 8. The socialists held ten
meetings In Berlin this evening to discuss
the scarcity ot dwellings for laborers.
LEGISLATIVE TICKET WINS
Xlne Itepiihllcuns, and Probably
Eleven, Will Make Up the Doiik
lus County IlelcKatlun.
Tbo tabulated returns on tho legislative
candidates made by tho county clerk from
tbo unofficial figures glvo most gratifying
results. These, It must bo remembered,
are subject to change, as roturns given di
rect by the boards Insure gains for the re
publicans. On tho fuce ot the county
clerk's figures thrso elected aro: Senate,
Baldrlgo, Ltddell and Ransom: house,
Buresh, Corneer, McCoy, Mead, Mullen,
Rohwor, Uh), Wilcox, all republicans, and
Tho vote received by each candidate fol
lows: Senate. v
Bnldrlge, rcpubllcun 1X132
Colusou, republican ...,12,400
Kchultz, republican 12,115
i.iudeii, msion 2Ml
O Nelll, fusion 12.4.U
Hansom, fusion 12,513
Buresh, republican ,
Corneer, republican ,
McCoy, republican ,
Mead, republican, ,
Hulllvan, fir.u on
National Ticket Shows Greatest CSnln
anil Mercer So Dlmlnntlon In
StreiiKth Dietrich's Lead Is
NoineiTliut Cut Down.
Tho returns as canvassed unofficially by
attaches of tho county clerk's 6ffice show
all that was hoped for by republican' par
tisans, tho majorities being practically
Identical with those given In Tho Boo on
Wcdnosc'ny morning. McKlnloy's gain In
tho city from 9,243 In 1896 to U.09t In 1900
far more than makes amends for Bryan's
spurt In South Omaha, where the repub
licans scored a loss of about 300 over four
years ago. Tha- country precincts took a
step In the right direction by living Mc
Klnley a majority ot forty-live, as against
a Bryan majority of 211 In 1896. Tho total
unofficial majority tor McKlnley In Doug
las county stands at 1,267, compared with
679 four years ago.
Congressman David II. Mercer gave evi
dence that his popularity Is still ut par In
the Second district and Douglas county.
His majority in tho county of 1.601 varied
llttlo proportionately from two years ago,
when a smaller vote was cast, or from 183(1
Mercer with the balanco of the ticket suf
fered In South Omaha, but bis long lead
of 2,318 In tho city absorbed the loss with
cut perceptible effect. In the country pro
clncts Mircer showed a gain,
Charles H. Dietrich ran somewhat behind
tho head of tho ticket In Douglas county
owing to tho particularly bitter fight mnde
agulnst him by the Omaha wing ot tho
Poynter machine. Tho majority returned
tor Dietrich In tho county Is 855.
The summaries of city wards, South
Omaha and country precincts arc as fol
CITY OF OMAHA.
CONDITION OF THE WEATHER
Forecast fox Nebraska
Fair; Wurmcr; Vnrlablo Winds
Temperutnre nt (liiinlin Vesterdnyi
1 p. m !l"
.1 p. m
t p. in
ft 'p. in
II p, in
7 p, in ..... .
N p. m
tl p. Ill
ft li. in HI
U n. in UH
7 n. in Vi
H n. n 'M
n ii. m ta
10 ii. ui a i
11 n. ill SIM
ii: ui :'i
Koulli Omaha... .1,513
Country preo'ts,. 1,265
Total for Doug
las county 13,755
CITY OF OMAHA
South Omaha. ...1,729
Country prcc'ts.. 1,165
Total fc Dour;-
lau county 10,4 W
trr. ward. tcr.
PS8 RSI 699
1.72D S39 1,139
US9 700 677
855 1.021 551
KU5 ' 1,021 634
1,107 1,201 922
C74 7fil 427
9T9 901 74S
613 759 4SO
!W7 7.7S7 clwi
2.297 1,141 1,513
1,211 1.061 1,066
12.G83 J.99I S.SU
THE VOTE ON CONGRESSMEN
First Congressional District.
Richardson .... 2.317
2 1 12
Totals 10,607 9,734 9.377
Third Conicresslonul District.
South Omaha. ...1.999
918 ftunton .
Total for Doug
las county 14,440 13,173 12,334 11,675
CITY OF OMAHA.
cer. First ward 77a
Second ward 1,172
Third Word 1,283
Fourth wurd 1,541
Fifth ward 977
HlNtl) wani 1,780
Hnvpnth wnrd... 1.053.
.12,491 , Eighth ward 1,313
.12,026 I Ninth ward 1,044
.12,431 Total 10,942
How- Mer- Hitch-
urd. cer. cock
943 619 667
1,624 874 1,109
1,018 731 653
874 1,040 538
799 700 528
1,203 1,263 1,79
633 798 392
931 920 743
599 768 469
s.wi 7!n3 iHm
Hnys. ItiHin. Nor1-!".
. 1.243 1.312 913
, 1.32 1,332 1.1MJ
, 1,707 1 (197 1.4ftS
. 1,314 1.-07 SI".
, , 912 1.329 733
, 1,271 1,675 1,(K),-,
, Cin 713 62S
, 160 .... ' I23
, 2,409 2,360 1,714
. 1,431) l,a07 1,217
, 1,850 1,703 l,4n
, 1.11S 995 971
, 072 814 709
Sf.2 910 520
, 1,471 2 031 1,031
, 651 674 C33
, 725 C'U m
, 1.111 933 837
,2X404 275o ' 17 333
SAFE FOR DIETRICH
Nebraska Voters Obocio a Republican to Be
ALL DOUBT HAS BEEN SWEPT AWAY
Koturni Heceivod Last Night Wipa put
Pojntt.'t Slender Chance,
ENOUGH VOTES ARE IN TO DECIDE RESULT
Remaining Counties May Reduce but Will
Not Oancel Plurality.
M'KINLEY'S VOTE A HANDSOME FIGURE
llrynn's Plurality of Four Years Aro
Itevrrsed hy Twenty Thousand nt
Least and .Mnjtir hy a
Tho result In Nebraska, so fur as Iho
vote on president Is concerned, Is beyond
speculation or question. McKlnley ban
carried tho state by a majority of over
7,000, Tho Boo presents tabulated re
turns from nil but ten ot the ninety coun
ties iu the stutc. In the counties reported
the republican electors have a plurnllty of
8,1,93. Tho' missing 'couutlce four years an"
gave Bryan a plurality ot 1,763 und If they
glvo a corresponding verdict this year tho
roriubllcan plurality will bo 0,794. Thero Ii
no reason to doubt that tho falling oft In
tho fusion vote In those counties will be
as great as In tho ones rcportdd. In this
ocnt tho plurality will go above tho 7,000
Tho Ileo feels Justified by tbo returns In
claiming tho election ot Dietrich for gov
ernor by at least 1,000 und tho probabilities
arc tho plurality will bo nearer twlco that
llguro. In tho seventy-two counties re
ported ho has a plurality ot 2,399. Tho
missing counties two years ugo gavo Poyn
ter a plurality ot only 1,589 and It they
should voto the samo this year It would
still leave a plurality of 810 for Dietrich.
Tho gains mado clsowhcro, taken In connec
tion with tho Incomplete returns from tha
missing counties, warrant iho belief that
this plurality wilt bo materially addci. to,
Fow available figures ou tho remainder ot
tho state ticket aro at band, but what havo
been received indicate llttlo If any differ
ence from tho vote for governor.
Tho legislature will be republican by n
sato working majority In both bonnes, In
suring tho election of two republican
United States senators, although three or
four districts aro still In doubt, as shown
by tho ruvlsed rolls printed elsewhere.
NEXT NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE.
1. Frank Martin Hep.
2. Peter Bcrlet Rep.
8. J. II. Arends rfep.
4. W. H. Newoll Rep.
6. Dr. Meredeth Fus.
6. H. H. Baldrlge Rep.
A. J. Coleson Rep.
J, F Schultz ,..Rep.
7. A. R. Oleson Rep.
8. T. F. Zetglcr Fus.
9. Chrlb WeDber Fus.
10. Loremo Crounse Rep.
11. W. W ;oung .....Rep.
13. J. L. Paschal Fus.
13., Frank Campbell Fur,
14. J. R. Van Bosklrk ......Hep.
15. F. M. Currle Rep.
16. J. E. Miller Fus.
17. J. A. Woostlnholm Fus.
18. Charles Krumback Fus.
19. II. B. Cummlni. Fus.
20. Richard O'Neill Rep.
J. J. Trompen Rep.
21. W. H. Edgar Rep.
22. Hugh McCarger Rep.
??, C. F. Steele Rep.
24. N. V Harlan Rep.
25. Henry Reutlng Fus.
20. O. R. Pitney Fus.
27. J. N. Lyman Fus.
28. John M. Johnson Rep.
29. G. N. Allen Rep.
30. E. D. Owens Rep.
The House. v
1. James R. Cain Rep,
John Llchty Fus.
August H Fellers Fus
2. J, F. Wcnrel Rep.
Andrew Scott Rei.
3. J. Vf. Armstrong Rep.
Fred O. Hawxby Fus.
4. II. O. Crleaey Rep,
E. C. H. Beetbe , Rip.
6. C H. Marshall rtep
H. It. Hanks Fus.
7. R. S. Wilkinson Rep.
M. L. Fredericks Rep,
8. David Brown Rep.
9. Claus Grell Fus.
10. Vaclav Buresh Rep.
S A. Corneer rtep.
Henry McCoy Rep,
Oeorge A. Mead Rep.
P. M Mullen .' Rep.
Cars ten Kohwer Rep.
Mel Uhl Rep.
B. .B. Wilcox Rep.
F. M. Youngs Rep.
11. Henry Rohwor Rep.
12. W. O. Sear Rep.
13. Joseph Hall Rep.
14. Daniel fiwanson Rep.
Oeorgo L. Loomts Fus.
15. Henry Sblnstock Fus.
1C. M. W. Murray .....Fus.
17. Louis Smlthberger Rep.
18. J J. McCarthy Rep.
19. A. J Watson Fus.
20. Charles Crockett Fus.
21. II. M. Stockwell Fus.
22. Frank Joucnat Rep.
23. L. O. Bley Hep.
24. D. A. Becker ,Kus.
25. J. W, Tanner Fus.
26. J. C. Sprochcr Fus.
27. Alexander Boulter Fus.
James Jamison Fus.
28. D. W. Hamilton Fus.
John Kaveuy Fus.
29. W. II Beekly Rep.
George W. FUller Fus.
20 A. W Lano Rep.
C. R. Toffl Rep
J. K. Mockett. Rep.
C. J. Warner Rep.
E. J. Sbellhorn t,..IUp.
31. K. W Mlskell ....Rep.
J. T. Calkins ...y Fus,
32. T E. Hlbbert ....Itep.
J, H. Stcinmeyer Rep,
R, W. Ladln Rep.
S3. A. D. Spencer
34. J. K. Mendenball Rep.
35 Robert Tweed Rep,
86. Contad Belsner Rep.
87. Charles Fowler Rep,
W. H. Cooksey pUg.
88. A. L. Sandall rtep.
C. M. Smith Fug.
89. C. F. Hoy FUg.
40. W. Y. R. Gawne RCp.
41. J. A. Whttmore Rep.
J. H. Edmonson jrU8l
42. M. Brodertck , Rep,
C. H. Beatl pus.
43. James Bo)d .Fus.
44. Limes Perslnger Fus.
45. H A. Redman Fus.
46. W. II Householder Fus.
47. G. Q. Humphrey Rep,
William Thomssen Fug,
48. Charles Hunter Fus.
49. Peter Dablsten Fus,
t0. K. S..Cllmore Rep.
Frank Waring Fus.
61. Orva Oallogly , Rep.
62. W H Horton Rep.
63. A. O Fisher Rep,
54. J. Ii. Evans , Rep,
65. J. A. Ollls. Jr Fus.
EC. W. J. Taylor Fus.
J. D. Ream Fus
67. John Vandergrlft Fus
68. J. E. Harris Rep.
William Jordan Fus.
69, Ferdinand Zlmmerer Fus.
CO. Victor Anderson Fus
CI. Charles Qlshwelter Fus
62. E. Lowu Rep.
C3. O. O Olson Rep
C4. C. M. Brown Rrp
65. J, tt Hathorne , Rep.
66, J. A. Andrews Rep,
C7. O. W. Walker Fus
10.241 10.901 11.077
Fifth Conirri-sstonn! District.
Clay 1,S0 1,44
Dundy 311 273
FrunUlIn 8!J2 1,062
Frontier 85S 740
FurnaH 1,290 1.300
Gosper 437 536
Hnrlnn 781 1,011
Red Willow.... 1.168 S77
Seward 1,653 1,767
Webster 1.224 1,320
Totals lwsli loTilo
Sixth Congressional District
Keyu Paha ,'
nox Butte 424
Dawson i, lift
Bonus Bluffs, ..
Totals 1.10,619 10,433 S,7kS 9,'X6
Nine counties not reported In this table
Tho missing counties two years ago gave.
Greeno a plurality of 1,848,
1 101.4171 99,0I8
NEBRASKA VOTE ON PRESIDENT
1 m i
counties. E Mb H
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Monument to So'dlers anil Nnllors,
NEW YORK, Nov S.-Generul Jnnu-9
Grunt WI'hoii, chairman of tho commute.'
on site and ilcBlirn of the monument to Hie
sailors who perUlied In the Maine disaster
and the soldiers who died In the Hpanl li
American war. ntinounccx that thu c. in.
mlttce today, aftpr examining forty-thrio
submitted Ucslcn, selected a the nest In
tho first competition those of the follow.
Intr: Autln Haya. sculptor nssochted with
Don Barber, architect; U. O. Plcclrel I
associated with Van Huron Magnnlxle,
nrclutec nnd Genrgo Julian Zolnay, scu'p
tor, associated with Joneph Henry Freol
lander, architect. T.ho fund for this monu
ment to the men of tho Maine, which
nmount'i to about IIOO.OOO rash In hand, wn
rained by the New York Journal. Since
tho completion of tho fund thu Bcu'ptorn of
tho country have been engaged In prcparl iit
the models for this compotlt on. Th monu
ment Is to be erected In New York City.
The three deslgnB selected today will b
worked out in greater detail by the com"
Ee t. tors and then the wlnnlnr dculgn will
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