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The Omaha Daily Bee.
OMAI1A, SATURDAY MOKNlTG, 3JOVEMBER 10, lflOO-TWELVK PAGES;
SINGLE COPY TWO CEKTS
SO CIMKE IN POLICY
Cabinet Ixpitttcfl Its Approval of Hay's
Oouno as to China.
EVERY IMPORTANT MOVE IS ENDORSLD
AND 1 1..
nH OF PANACEAS
Bulk of Amorican Troops Aro to Be Sent
Back to MacArthur at Manila.
LEGATION GUARD WILL BE KEPT AT PEKIM
European Bcports as to New Attitude bj
United Slates Aro Untrue.
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
B-rcrr Plume f '. Mliinllnn l "
Orient lo " '"" ,,p-
for- Ihr Mcmberi "t the
WASHINGTON, Nov. 0. All the mem
bom of tho cabinet excelil Secretaries Long
ami Wilson attended tho melting today.
They remained lu session until nearly 2
o'clock und discussed the Chinese situation,
ah well an matters pertaining to Cuba, the
Philippine ond I'orto .lllco. Two of the
I hire hours that tho fosalon lasted were
occupied In u dlscusfion of foreign at
fi.im. nrcnctnltnled In nart tty the fact that
tho president IntendH to treat exhaustively!
this subject In his forthcoming message
to congress, lleferento was made to tho
rxpiestloiu In portion of tho Ktiropean
press that tho t'nlie.l States' policy regard
ing China would undergo iurl.ed change.
Immediately after the election and It Ih
authoritatively announced that otter a
nio.tt e.xhatutlvo review of every step of the
Chlncso dltllculty, from It Inception up to
tho proscnt moment, delivered by Secre
tary Hay, tho cabinet ratified every detail
and moreover unanimously uxpiesFed Its
judgment that thu policy ho far pursued
should ho continued without change to
Its logical conclusion. Accordingly the pres
ent legation guard at I'ckln will be main
tained and such troopB as yet remain to
bo withdrawn', according to tho original
program, will bo nhlppe.1 to Manllu. With
thin addlt on to his force (Icneral MacArthur
In expected to renaw tho campaign against
tho rebellious Filipinos with tho greatest
enorgy. Administration ofllclals here think
that aa noon as tho result of tho election
bocomcB Imown throughout tho Philippines,
tho rortlatanco to tho authority of tho United
States will bo ovorcome.
GROWL GOMES FROM RUSSIA
locw Not I.llic the Monroe Doctrine
and tli Mt-ICInley Ail-in.iilnti-iillitn.
BT. PETERSBURG. Nov. '.. Continuing
thu comment ou tho recent election In the
United States tho Vlcdomostt says It re
gards the ro-ulectlon of President Mc
Klnloy us "a victory for Monroeism above
11." It uddsi
"Porhaps tho l linn will come for tho
Huropcun powers to declaro onco and for
11 that thoro la only one International
family and only ono International law
and that If tho United States wishes to bo
a momtn-r It must rcuounco Its fantastic,
Although tho enthusiasm of the Franco
Uusslan ulllauco apparently Is not nearly
so great aa formerly, tho press hero dls-
playa sonio warmth In discussing tho czar
Loubet dispatches. Tho Novoe Vremya at
luchoa groat Importance to them, "show
tng thero Is no change In tho relations
botween tho two powors." Tho Novostt
regards the same uh proof that tho stories
of an estrangement are unfounded.
GREAT FRAUDS IN KENTUCKY
Doctors Mnrlo... .McLean nml Moms
'rrerllir for (ltrliiibllltntlon
NEW ORLEANS, La., Nov. P. Tho Pica
yune has received tho following additional
replle.-i from loading democrats giving ex
pressions with reference to tho future of
tho democratic party:
J. Sterling Morton, Nebraska City, To
be saved tho democratic parly should re
pent the erlmo of miscegenation with popu
lists ami free silver ( republicans. Aftor
that. It should remove Hryannrchy and all
which (hat namo politically Implies. Then
It ought to noralnato for tho presidency In
1901, Homo man who has always held llrmty
for honest money, for a tariff for revenue
only, for a strict construction of tho con
s Union end fi.ru conscientious enforcement
of tho lawn as Interpreted by tho courts.
"Tho democracy can never bo regenerated,
disinfected ami mado Immune from the
vagaries and lunncius of tho unionists un
it It shall havo renounced the free and
unlimited colnaga of silver nt the ratio of
ti to 1, denounced tho demand (or the
nltlatlvo and referendum und announced
s aliiecro and dellheralo purpose, to stand
for and elovato tho prlnclplo of free
government as Illustrated by tho frugal
nnd lioniMt administrations of Jackson and
lev eland. A convention of gold standard
cmoeratH, representing each statu and
delegated by the democracy of that flnan-
u. (i.l h to meet at Nov Orleans cu January
1901, might provo a good bcglnnlng-fcr
the revival of tho courageous, conscientious
net conquering democracy."
J. H. McLean of Washington cays: "The
cinocratlc party, notwithstanding It has
had to carry many 'linns' und that It has
Mowed tho disappointed to enlist under
banner nnd at onco become nctlvo di
rectors In the.pnrty, has polled about
'To say that such au organization should
bo abandoned or the devoted men of that
rgaul.ntlnu should bo dismissed or rc-
red Is poor policy nnd will never meet
It It success. It Ih tho duty of tho party
to calmly abide tho result and wait for
'1 no more believe today that tho repub
lican party In right than I did on tho
morning of tho 6th of this month. In many
things tho democratic party has been
rong, but Its members aro tho liberty
ovlng piuplo of this country.
"Tho (.lection has proven that tho com
mercial Interests of tho country aro para
mount, whether tho commercial Instinct
111 submerge all others Is to bo shown.
Iluslucss IntcrestH must bo regarded nnd
alucs bo unmolested, but tho general
go eminent must not bo forgotten.
"i bellevo that nn a party wo should
remain quiet, let tho excitement of the
moment pnHS and later consolldato tho op
position to tho republican party under con
servative leaders, but not under Hellish,
personal politics that may be labeled with
tho namo of any ono man."
S. K. Morss, editor of the Ind'napolls
Sentinel, says: "Democratic principles aro
thoroughly sound and must bo adhered to
If tho republic Is to oxlst. Strictly ceo
nomlc questions must bo temporarily role
gated, and the control of tho now demo-
ratlc movement placed In tho bands of
northern wen of character and practical
Ideas, repudiating all pretensions of leader-
hip on the part of such men as Richard
CYoJ-er Democrats must nominate ome
man as patriotic and Incorruptible as Mr.
Ilryan, but of wholly different tempera
Democrats Oonspirs to Steal State for Bryan
PROSCRIBED VOTERS KEPT FROM POLLS
DrMincintlc Klrrtlon Oniclnl While
SertliiK n Such, Alio us Deputy
Sheriffs, llnlldoir Itr.
LOUISVILLE. Ky Nov. P. Leslie Combs,
chairman of tho republican campaign com
mittee, tonight made the following statement:
IT PROTECTS IMMIGRANTS
Keir Culinn Uunrnntlnc l.nvr Nhovtit
lir lioiernl Wood Not to lie In
Nature of u lluriUhlp.
HAVANA, Nov. 0. The government's
regulations with respect to tho quarantine
of Immigrants havo provoked some otijec
tlona on tho part of thn Havana press
sovorul Journals contending that thero Is a
discrimination ngalst Spaniards. The Span
tnh consul, apparently taking this view of
tho caso, nddrcssed a letter to General
Wood, In tho courso of which he Hnld In
part as follows:
I cannot sen any advantage from a until
tnrv nnlnt nf view In nuurantlnlng third
clans Immigrants only. Almost all Spanish
riassongers are probably iinn-lmmune, and
t seems to mo that the new regulation will
result In a decrease lu Immigration. I must
iiilmlt. liowover. that I havo visited the tin
migrants now at t abulias nipl that all ex
prosa themselves ax satisfied with tho treat
To this Gouorul Wood replied In part as
As n rule Immlcrantn who come to Cuba
an third-class passengers aro without funds
and wltliout iieuniie worn in view, iierctn
foru this luix resulted in their being com
pelled to live In unsanitary placcx lu
ilUVUIIUi Wlll'IU llll' lltlt U tUIMI III.,,,.,
fever to a large extent. Thoxo who lire nble
to pay nre, under the present arrangement
clinrKcu m cents per nay. i nose who can
not pay aro kept gratuitously. Tho new
movement Is wlso I nun a sanitary stand
nnlnt nnd it Is uood for tho Immlgruuti
thomselvex. They could not live In tho city
of Havana for the small amount charged
them whllo In quarantine. The government
Instead or utHctintitmiing against nny nar
tlcular clasn of Immigrants. Is doing all ti
Km power to further linniUiutlon irom tho
peninsular nun uio mnariex
Wrrek of the Miilnr,
HAVANA, Nov. 0. Captain of tho Port
I Young has asked the government to refuse
I any and ull proposals looking to tho re
nioval of the wreck of thn United States
battleship Maine tiy explosives. Last year
three tlrnis offered to remove tho hull
tho hattlcbhlp, In return for the material
but thero has always been a strong oil
lection to the use of dynamite btcaune n
tho probability that there aro portions of
bodies still tn the wreck, and tho author!
ties, of course, shrink from tho tdea"a
desecration. A schemo has been submitted
Involving tho construction of a cofier dam
tho pumping out of tho water and takln
of tho wreck apart In pieces, nnd work
on this lino will probably begin next month
Opposition loi Secret SeHklou,
HAVANA, Nov. l. Hcfening to tho re
port that tho committee on rules of the
Cuban constitutional convention Is coustd
crlng the question of holding secret bes
sluns, La IUscuslou sa)s:
"Tho public does not wish to have the
moetlngs of tho convention secret and no
good, reason has been advanced In support
of such a suggestion, n might he' well
to havo some of them secret, but It oer
talnly la not necessary that all should be
Knrnltiiro Trout CIutn Plant.
Hl(MIMONI), Intl.. Nov. fi.-The Church
j'unniuin mini, wnicn controls the Nu
ttonai t'liuren rurnitnre works in this
ctty, mm L'io-u its local plant lor uu In
We havo discovered sreat frauds neroe-
trnted by tho democrats In various sections
of tho state. tn Hreiithltt county frauds i
nmountlng to over 4X) votes In favor of
tile democrats have been dl.covetcd, lu
one precinct In that county the demoemts J
refued to allow tho republican Inspector
tnsld the booth nnd tho precinct, wlil-h
usually went republican by a. majority of
6S, was carried by the democrats by 1').
In another precinct tn the namo county
the republican challengers wcro put (it
of the booth by force and the Inspectors
met thr returns whowca Hint only nity- AWhKll.A CAN NUW fKUUtbU
uy I - - - - -
WANT NEW IN NEXT CABINET
l.enillnur Itrpulilleniin of Indian Ask
OIIIcIhI HreoKiiltlon for Nn
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 9. Leading
republicans met today to Induce, If possible,
Harry S. Now, natlonnl committeeman, to
allow tho uao of his namo for secretary
of wnr. Mr. Now haa declined office, so
far nnd nu effort will ho mado to got him
to accept tho cabinet appointment to which
it Is felt hero Indiana Is entitled. It Is
argued that no other stato hns made
lecord of republican gains equal to that
of Indiana, which was regarded from tho
first as n closo battlo ground, aud repub
llcans concede that a largo sharo of credit
Is duo to National Committeeman Nerw, who,
as a member of tho executive committee
of tho national committee, also rendered
valuable scrvlco in tho national campaign
WILL TELL HOW IT HAPPENED
llryno Moon to Tell tlu MlNRnldrU
People Why Thej- llejreted
Hint (in Tiirndny.
LINCOLN, Nov. 9. Mr. Ilryan Is lu re
ceipt of many requests for a statement
concerning his futuro plans and his atti
tude on public questions In view of Tues
day's result. Ho Intimated today that ho
would, before loug, enlighten tho publln
luuy, nut for the present ho lus private
matters which demand his attention, Mr
llryau said today that ho might not ac
company Colonol Wotmoro of St, Louis ou
his hunting trip to tho Ozark mountains
Ills health is good aud he, does not feel
tho need of such a trip. Ho said he had
been from Lincoln so much recently that
he found his own home atforded him the
best opportunity for reBt.
PAUPER CORPSES AS TARGETS
Military KxpcrU Maklng-
1'rnetler hn IteulUtlc
RESULTS IN NEBRASKA.
Nntlonnl nnd State Ttoket.
McKlnley's plurnllty 8,000
lMutrlch'3 plurality 1.U00
Itciunlndur rep. ntntc ticket. U.OO0
Sure republican majority II
lloune of Representative.
In doubt 'i
Sure lcpubllcnn mujorlty S
Flrnt Wstrlct-HurkUt Hep.
Second Mercor Hep.
live rentiblicaim voted, vol thero aro
who give their names and aro wIIIIur; to
mane niiuiaviis tnat lliey voieu mo repuo
llcan ticket straight. The tepubllcans usu
ally corry that precinct by llfty vol",
but this year It went democratic by 1E).
Other frauds In Urcalhltt county Indicate
Hint wo lost over 4m) votes.
Numerous and Ingram trauus navn.ron
discovered In Lngau county, fruud-f tint
permeated tho entire vote. In Olmstead
precinct tho returns showed that only
eighty republicans voted, yet wo have pos
itive Information that 135 was the uctuil
number, and other frauds In tho co;tn y
will amount to fully voles, The ontlre
Third district Is permeated with the Goeb'l
methods. Republican voters who we'o
challenged were not nllowed to mnko ntll
davlt and wore rejected by direction of
tho democratic sheriffs; democrats chal
lenged by tho republicans were niiowcu to
oto without maiung nilltinvii ny tno ic
NlnnH nf thrvf nnme sherirfs. Ill one pro
duct In the elty of Howling Green tno elec
tion oiucers remseu in eeriuy i n,
because there was a blur ou tho ballots
Mr. Moss will contest hla election In this
lstrlet nnd thero is no uouut tnai u win
be given to lilm.
i no trauus in ino i inru uminu em iu
flntrrMiit tn Htnml imi honest InvestlRlltlon
and In many plnces In tho Eighth district
lemocratio ennuengers were mrarn m "
lenuty xherlffs und wore nauges in tne
bonthx. In the Seventh district over too re
publican voterx In the city of Lexington
were deprived of their votes by the delay
tactics practiced by tho democratic unicorn,
whllo tho 1'rnnKlln unit uwen couiuy iu
turns were padded so boldly that it cannot
escape the notice of uny one acquainted
with those counties.
There nre also extenxlvo reports of frauds
In Lawrence, Howan. Nicholas and Mason
counties of the Ninth district, with great
efforts to Increase those frauds lu tho Until
nAti.it rrim f.fimttiiMHintirrH oi i.iiw reiici?
county attempted to throw out the vote or
the precinct of Charley on a trlvlnl techni
cality. It gave the republican candidate 127
majority, in a numuer oi muiiurn uw .!.-
mlsslonern refused to nllow any inspection
of the work of tho election olllcers by rt'ii-
resentntlvei or tho repuniicnn party. no
tiortx of fraudx of from llvo to ten votes to n
precinct are an numerous tnat too in--ence
cannot bo escaped that It Was SpS'
tntimlmllv tilannetl beforo band.
In many democratic stroneholds the
demoerntx failed to ccmtilv with the pro
visions of bill No. 111. In every xuch In
stnnco this committee has Instructed the
rinit!Rnntiitives of the renubllcan party to
mnko no technical objections If they be-
iii.vmi tho votes to in- icl'iiiiv cast ana
counted. Thero Is no question but what If
the face of tho returns rail to snow ernes-
lclon wo cpn mtke speclllo oxposun'S
II, hi uiit hiinw tnat nu nas oecn ueicateo.
not by a majority of the voters of Ken
tucky, but by tho fraudulent uso of tho ad
vantage given tho democratic party by tho
Goebel election law.
LKXINGTON, Ky Nov. 9, It Is reported
here that republican managers aro In com
munication with federal olllcers with a view
of having an investigation of the election
In the stato so far as presidential electors
and congressmen nre concerned. It Is
stated that it will Indirectly havo somo
effects on tho claim for governor. Tho only
stato officer voted this year was that of
governor, to fill tho vnenncy caused by tho
death of Wllllnm Gocbel. Tho other stato
omcers hold over until tho contests Bottled
In tbjo courts last spring. It is stated that
tho Investigation will be made for contests
In two or three congressional districts nnd
that It will be oxtended Into certain coun
ties not In the contested districts. Re
publican manugers havo already communi
cated with National Chairman Hanna re
garding tho situation.
HANNA TALKS ON ELECTION
(Minimum of 'ntlonnl Itepnltllenn
Committee tilvea Out State
ment on the Victory.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Senator Hanna
chairman of tho national republican com
mittee, arrived noro today from Cleveland
In speaking of tho election ho said:
I ho Dconlo of this eonntrv were over.
whelmlngly In favor of sound tn ney, law
and order nnd a continuation of that policy
which stands for nrosnerltv. I'atrtotls n
and loyulty to tho Hag were strong factors
In this campaign and that, together ulth
tho aid of those who aro gcnnrally termed
houiui money democrats or goiu democrats
but whom I call American citizens, all com
blued to bring nbnut this result.
Nebraska was tho greatest victory of all
DIETRICH'S LEAD A SAFE ONE
Returns Show Him to Be Eloctcd Beyond
Shadow of a Doubt,
t. . .! l.
Kalrj Cooler! Northerly
(Continued on Second Page.)
KiiKtlih Weekly eTpiier Are
the .Main Well I'leimed with 31c
LONDON, Nov. 9. Tho Spectator will eay
Tho whnln win-Id Is Intel rated at this
time In tho election of nnserlean pres-
uieni. anil justly, lor u cuncrnin inn wiium
wyrld. Wo do not, it Is true, bellevo that
Mr. Ilryan, If elected, could havo put back
thn f!n:ik nml cmnnolled thn Americans to
attend exclusively to their democratic nf-
tairs. circumsinnces tiro stronger man
tho tpiirhlniT nf thn founders of tho re nub
ile nnd a rich people of 7i,.w,uw. seated on
tne Atlantic unn 1 'a cine, wiui ine growing
necessity for commerce with the far east,
must interrero with tne pouciex or asiu,
nnd therefore In the politics of tho nations
who nro trying to cat up Asia. Tho Amer
ican people havo been consulted and accept
ineir new poMUon as a worin-wiuu power,
ready for tho consequent xaerlllccH, and
will,, lu th.o futuro shuro In tho general
movement of nations. Inst-n-i of standing
cynically nnd selfishly nloof, they will gov
ern Hawaii and I'orto Klcoj they will keep
tho rnillpnines and tnoy win ncquiro so
much of thn world uu Is eftxcutlnl to tho
development of their power and trade. Wo
neariny welcome uio uccifion.
Tho Speaker tomorrow will say:
Tho thlnir which lx ttnnermost Is that
man is the slave of tho dollar. That seems
to be the chief Impression conveyed by the
victory of Mr. McKlnley. The veriest tyto
must know thnt the pnrty Mr. Croker lends
m New YorK must ne tar trom au meai
iarty. Hut what Is raMior nbxurrtly called
irvanlsm and what r .-V.t better be called
the new democracy d.vu vaguely represent
nn effort to raise itii American republic
to a better standard or lire, to remind the
neonlo of thu Idealism from which tho re
public wax born, to curb tho dangerous
powet of organized cnpltill'nnd to make
ENTIRE REPUBLICAN TICKET A WINNER
MeKlnler' Plurnllty Over Ilryan U
Above KIkI Thousand and .r
brnnUn'n Iledentp t Ion la
Delayed returns arc coming In slowly,
but do not change In the least tho esti
mates of tho results given In tho morning
paper. All but llvo counties nro reported
on president, aud these will cot change
more than 100 or 00 cither way the result
as given In tho footings. On the returns
tabulated McKlnley has a plurality of S.3S1.
There Is now no more doubt about the
result on tho s'nto ticket than there Is on
.McKinloy. though Dlotrlch'a plurnllty will
bo much smaller. AU but thrco counties
arc reported official or unofficial and on thu
face of theso returns Dietrich has a plu
rality of a few less than 800. Tho threo
counties from which nothing tins been
heard last year gave republican pluralities
and can bo counted on to bring tho total
up to between 1,000 and 1.G00. On tho re
turns embraced in tho table, six counties
missing, Dlotrlch has a plurality of 1,72
Custer county is not Included, but it is
known that It only gavo Poyntcr a plu
rallty of 112, as against almost 400 two
On congressman It looks as though the
delegation would titand ns at present, ex
cept that thero la a possibility Klnkald
may bo elected In tho Sixth. Several coun
ties aro missing aud Klnkald has gained
ueaviiy in tb, counties reported.
Tho Icglslaturo will bn republican by n
saro working majority lu both houses, In
euring tho election of two republican
United Stntcs senators, although threo or
four districts arc still In doubt, ns shown
by tno revised rolls printed elsewhere.
renubllcan Institutions xipj
principles of liberty nnti
whnt Is good In thn polltlch of Mr Rryan
will remain. It Is Mr. Hr.
an n candidate for preside
pears for tho simple reasin thnt thn tig
grexslon of the monopolies
come more tvraunleal nm
cverv day. Materialism l
In the United States as lu
it which dlsap-
s certain to bi
The Saturday Ilevlow tonjorrow will say:
How fur wc havo ulroudvidrlftcd Into this
fnlMn nnltfnn m.'iv 1i cnnL'rH liv enmu it
the continental newspapers deploring- the
victory of Mr. McKlnley afjt'iat of British
rolloy. it u t W; In the fii-fdft' of things
to expect particular conrlrtcr.UKins nt thn
hands of any American government. We
may expect, nerhaiix. Just tin much ax wo
receive from any'other great power, nnd no
more, -lucre is noinitig in sucu an nttitudo
that we have the right to resent. It Is the
good roiKs wno are always trying to make
us believe wo shall get a great deal more
who aru the unconscious promoters of ill
Tho Outlook will say:
It would be tmsafo to say the people of
tho United States have declared for over
sea expansion, Imperialism and foreign con
quest. They have merely made It clear that
they will not shrink from any t exult of
their national energy. Mr. McKlnley's elec
tion Is tho best thing that could happen for
Great Ilrltalu. lie has been a good friend
of this country and It In nn wise detracts
from the merit of this friendship that his
country s Interest dictated It.
The Statist tomorrow will say:
The United States have taken their placo
permanently ns n world power mid us tho
political prestige of the United States Is
permanently retained by the re-election of
Mr. McKlniey ho is tho economic credit of
tho country. The gold standard is now per
manently adopted ns the standard In the
United States, nnd It ought to be mado cer
tain that no futuiu president, whatever his
private opinions can bienlc faith with tho
creditors of tho country.
Arguing thnt moro currency is necessury
In tho Uulted Stntcs tho Statist will sug
gest that tho banks should bo authorized
to Isslio notes tignlnst notes. Discussing
tho lmmedlato effect of tho election in lin
stock exchange, It will say:
Iu two days London sold 173,000 shares,
valued nt moro than 2,wu,0iK), A portion
of this operation represented tho re-salo to
America of stock purchased tn Now York
Immediately prior to tho election; but a
considerable portion of the sales repre
sented real securities. A large per cent of
stock was shipped to New York by Thurs
day's steamer, and further amounts will go
today. These will probably maintain Amer
ican exchange for a few days nt ti rela
tively high llgure and render gold ship
ments tinprotttnhle, but If English Investor"
cense selling American stocks thero will
probably bo a further outflow of gold.
Key a Paha..,
107, 120 IW.2IS
CONDITION OF THE WEATHER
0 n, 111 :tu
0 n. m ao
7 ft. nt .'10
8 a. 111 :tl)
II n. tn :tu
id tt. in ..... . :t:i
11 a. 111
vi ui :ir
in ..... .
S ti 111
tl p. lit
yctrs ago gavo Hnyward n plurality of
NEBRASKA VOTE ON PRESIDENT
1 . II
1 . t :i : 1
I. MM' I
r 1,6 I
4 in 1
1.0 1 1
LEGISLATURE IS SAFE
RepnbUctm Certain of t Vtjoritj in Bctli
Branches of the lorlj.
TWO REPUBLICANS TO 1). S. SENATE
Sncccsjora to Thurston and Allen "Will Bo in
Accord with Administration.
RETURNS AT HAND SHOW THIS CONDITION
Eovcnteen Senators and Tifty-Eight Repre
lentatives Bnrely Ecpublioan.
SITUATION IN THE DISPUTED DISTRICTS
Iloth I'srtlp. (Inlm Three Krimtnm
mitt Thrrn UrprenriitHtlTrii nn
Which thr lllllclnl Ctiuut U
.rcpnnnrr fr n llrcUlon,
Heturtis from the legislative districts now
leeched leave 110 doubt thnt thn repub
licans control both houses of the legislature
nnd hao a decisive majority In tho Joint
session that will elect tho two United
States senators Whllo tho futlonlsts have
been making nil pot ts of absurd claims, they
havo finally been forced" to reduce their
Vr, i 1 estimates to a tlu vote In each house, but
lli, ".1 even this is 'not Justllled by tho actual
1, ' '
THE VOTE ON CONGRESSMEN
rirst Connrt'ssltiiinl Dlstrlot
Totals 10.6OT 9.734 9.377
., , - -I
Third CoiiKrt'HNlnnitl DUtrlct.
Inson. Norrls. Insm.
Banner. Hayes and MePherson counties
havo not yet reported. Theso counties two
NEXT NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE.
1. Frank Martin Itcp.
2. Peter llerlct Rep.
3. J. 11. Arends Hep.
4. W. H. Newell Hep.
6. Dr. Mcrodeth Pus.
IlKItLIN. Nov. 0. Interesting target prac
tlco is now progressing ou the huge mill
tary target grounds near Kunersdort and
Jiiterseg, where tho exports nro testing th
perforating capacity of tho latest Mauser
model and tho Intest field guns that are
being Introduced Into tho army. As targets
euveral hundreds of puipcr corpses nre be
ing used. Tho bullets, when fired at a
comparatively short dlstnnce, -tear nsfinder
all the Bofter Inner organs nnd frightfully
mangle tho bodies.
IN LOVE WITH M'KINLEY
Citlir lltrtoit Mhrriils Cheer President
nml I lilted Stut. it unit Slim
8YDNKY. C. II., Nov. 9. At a gathering
of successful liberal candidates of Capo
Proton tonight Hon. J. K. Armstrong pro
nounced President McKlnley tho greatest
statesman of tho ngo.' Dr. Kendal, rr.cn-ber-elcct
for .Sydney, proposed threo cheers
for tho great republic, after which the com
pany Jolue.1 In singing tho "Star Spangled
Alleurd (1 c r-Isittir nf Stock",
COLOHADO SPIHNOS. Cdlo., Nov. 9.
Tho Mining Stock association is Investl
rating 1111 alleged ovet'-lssuo of stock of
thn Gold Stono Mining und Milling com
pnuy to tho nmount of 100,000 shares. The
company Is capitalized at 2.ono,ooo shares
nnd Its stock sold nt 2'4 cents u share lit
tho market C. P. Ilently, the .'cretary of
tho company, has disappeared. I In was
secretary of a number of other small com
panies, und two of theso, tho Uolden Ago
and the Hhunnnu, nre making good email
over-Issues ot their stock.
C. II. II. Ilaldrlgo
A. J. Coloson
J. F. Schultr
7. A. H. Oleson
8. T. F. Zclgler
9. Chrlb Weober
10. Ixircnzo Crounse
11. W. W Young
12. J. L. Paschal
13. Frank Campbell
14. J. It. Van Hosktrk
15. F. M. Currlo
1, J. E, Miller
17. J. A. Woostlnholm
IS. Charles Krumbacit
19. 11. H Cummlni,
20, Ulchard O'Neill
J. J. Tronipnn
21. W. II. Edgar V
22. Hugh McCarger
9?. C. F. Steele
24. N. V Harlan
23. Henry Uoutlng
26. O. U. Pitney
27. J. N. Lyman
John M. Johnsou
K N. Allen
K. I). Owens
Tltr lloime. .
Jamea H. Cain
August 11 Fellers
2. J. F. Wenzel
3. J. W. Armstrong ,
Fred (.'. Hnwxby
4. II. (1. Crlssey
7. H. S. Wilkinson Hop.
M. L. Fredericks Hep.
S. David Drown Rep.
9. Clans Crcll , Fus.
10. Vaclav Bureeh Rep.
S A. Cornccr Hep.
C. II. Ileetbe np.
O. II. Marshall Ttep
U. 11. Hanks Fus.
Henry McCoy Rep.
Ueorgo A Mead Rep.
P. M Mullen Rep.
Carsten Rohwer '..Hep.
Mel Uhl Rep.
II. E. WIIcon Hep.
F. M. Youngf) Rep.
11. Henry Rohv,er Rep.
12. W. O. Scars . Rep.
13. Joseph Hall Hep.
14. Daniel Swancon Rep.
Ceorge L. Loomls Fus.
15. Henry ShiUBtock Fus.
IS. M, W. Murtny Fus.
17, Louis Smlthhergor Hep.
IS. J J McCarthy Rep.
19. A. J Wntson Fus.
20. Charles Crockett Fus.
21. II. M. Stockwcll Fus.
22. Frank Jomcnut Rep.
23. L. 0. nicy ,...Rep.
21. D. A. Pecker Fus.
23. J. W. Tannci- Fus.
26. J C. Sprcchcr .' Fin.
27. Alexander Ilnullcr Fus.
James Jamison Fufa.
2S. D. W. Hamilton Fus.
John Kaveiiy Fus.
29. W. II Ileokly Hep.
Ceorge W. Fuller Fus,
30 A. W Lane Hep.
C, R. Torft Hep
J i:, Mockett Rep.
C, J, Warner Rep,
V J. Shellborn Hep.
SI. IJ. W Mlskoll Rep.
J. T. Calkins Fus.
32. T Hlbbert Rep.
' J. I! Stelnmeyer Rep.
R, W. Laflla Rep.
33. A. D. Spencer Hep.
34. J. E. Mendeuhall ncp-
33 Robert Tweed itep,
36. Contnd Delsner uPp,
37. Charles Fowler nop!
W. H. Cooksoy , pus
3S. A. L. Saudatl
C. M Smith
39. C. F. Hoy
40. W. Y. H. Oa wno ...
41. J. A. Whltmoro
J. II. Edmonson
42. M. Hroderlck
. C. II. Ileal!
4.1. James liojd
44. Limes Perslngcr ....
45. II A. Hodman
4lt. W. H Householder .
47. O. O. Humphrey ....
William Thomsseu .,
48, Charlos Hunter
4'). Peter Dahlsten .....
CU. K. S. Ollmoro
CI. Orva Oallogly
62. W H Horton
63. J. K. Coffee ,
64. J. U. Kvans
C5. J. A. Ollls, Jr ,
C6. W. J. Tayhr
J. D. Ream ,
67. John Vnndergrlft ...
CS. J i:. Harris
William Jordan ....
69. Ferdinand Zimmerer
60. Victor Anderson ....
61. Charles Olahwclter .
62. K. Lowe"
6.1. C. O Olson ...
64. C. M. Hrown .
C5. J. Hatborno
6, J. A. Andrews
67. G, W. Walker
. . .Fus.
1 1 11 mil ton ..
21,330 17.333 lj722
Totals 9,K) 10,211 11,077
1'Ifth Conttrcstloiinl DlHtrlct.
Morlnn. barker. Adnms. lan.l.
CUy 1.WA 1.544 1,C! 1,613
Dundy 311 27.1 23S V69
Franklin S92 1.0C2 M9 9.J
Frontier MS 740 751 7!'4
Furnas 1.290 1.3f) 1.161 1.2P2
Gosper 437 636 297 4C3
Hall I'" .... 1,750 J.F3T
Harlan 7M l.oll H) i.tvs
Hed Willow.,.. 1,15! S77 Hit 7'2
Howard 1.B.''3 1.767 l,4sl 1.635
Webster 1.221 1,3:0 1,169 1,104
Totalft loTs'li 10,720 U,M 11,582
Mi th CnnKrmHlonnl DlHtrlct.
:M I facts.
I.737' 1,10 "foatu the republicans havo rice
1.092 ted, without (iiesllnn, eighteen senators.
j 4S3 wll,,n tnrco lnoro nro F"" ,n l'"bt. Of
tho eighteen ono la A. It. Olehon of tho dlfc
.21 , trlct composed of Cuming and Hurt counties,
I against whom tho charge Is made that he
60 I" Ineligible. Yesterday morning tho fusion
1.M2 I managers pcridHtuil In regarding this neat as
1,1 3 ' vncnnl b,'t ty evening they changed their
ui tics iiuu miu wires to navo tno ueicateo
candidate, Ktulcy, apply for a cortllicato of
election when tho vole Is canvassed todny.
In regard to Olcson's title, all precodentn
arc against tho Issuance of a certtllcatn to a
defeated candidate, while tho question of
eligibility, according to tho best law
yers, is one not for the canvassing board.
(',i 1 1 but for tho legislature, to pass upon. Oloson
1.1;2 Is clearly entitled to tho ccrtlllcnte.
jj.', What tho outcome of tho controversy lu
1,713 I the Cuming and .Hurst district will bo Is not
'mi! clL'ar, ,)llt U 18 rcr,,lln republicans
j ,,3, havo elected tho senntor from thnt 01s
l.a'i , trlct and aro entitled to the sent. Uven
2,549 without thin tihm.v I
"31 ' civ, ill ll-fU DtllU QCIIltVUl 1141 CII1U1-
1, 'Ml I dates, which insures n majority of that body.
..Ml ; The three scnatorshlps claimed by both
V03 al'les nre two In Douglas county and ono lu
'.om Phelps county. Tho republicans nro confi-
'"''223 dc'nt tnnt tn" cnnvnsl, of 'no returns will
2, 2 1 "how thnt their candidate havo received n
1.1JS majority of tho votes nnd are entitled to b
1.S74 ! Ilonsr Mujorlty Is llfc.
ft I In the house tho republicans, ou tho
1 faco of tho returns, havo u sale membership
'i'", , nf fifty-four, which gives them u majority
7i-ef eight. This counts eight of tho dole
, 56 gutes from Doug'.as couity for Uio repub
j1! j llcuns, ns disclosed by tho ttnolllclal figures
1,316 compiieu in tno omco of tne county ciorit.
The house districts still lu doubt aro one
in Douglas county (thu Tenth district), ono
in tho Twenty-third district . nnd ono In
the Fiftieth district. In each of these
thrco districts it will requlro tho olllclat
canvass to determlno who getu tho ccrtlll
cute. Tho republicans havo lost a number of
candidates In tho various districts of tho
stato electing two representatives, by
reason ot tho form of tho ballot, which
led many voters to mnko a cross only In
tho bqunro opposite tho name of the enn
dhlato first appearing on tho ballot, with
tho result that tho top man on the fusion
ticket received moro votes than the second
man on tho republican ticket. This proved
to bo tho caso In Richardson county, In
Nemaha county, In Hamilton county, In
Seward county, In York county. In Hall
county, In Fillmore county and perhaps In
other counties of tho state. Were It not
for this confusion, which resulted from the
usu of tho ballot In Its present form for
1.629 tho first timo in a IcglBlatlvo election, the
; , republicans would havo had eight or ton
moro successful cnudldntes.
i '.is 1
BAD STORM OjNJREAT LAKES
Senium Have it HiiiikIi Time, lint No
Live Am llciitirted lo llnvr
'It-en I, tint.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. Prof. Cox, local fore
cast official of tho weather bureau, snyn
thu gale which broko on tho lakes Wednes
day night und proved to bo tho heaviest
storm of tho year Is abating and would
pass over today. On Laku Superior tour
consorts wero torn from their steamer
nnd thrco ot them aro Btlll adrift or havo
gouo ashore, Tho achooucr Stafford wns
wrecked at Good Harbor, Mich., und may
bo a total lots. Tho schooner Muuniao
Valley was driven ashore near Port Col
borno. Several largo steamers wero drlen
back to Chicago after boltig exposed to the
gala tor a few hours nnd largu buatb were
generally seeking shelter on Lakes
Superior, Michigan and Huron, The wind,
which at many places attained n velocity
of over forty miles an hour, was accom
panied by lino snow, and, with tho hitter
cold, mado It hard work for tho mariner.
So far as known no Hvcb wero lost,
CLEVELAND. Nov. 0. Tho terrific storm
on Lako Erlo continues today with un
abated fury. Thu captain ot tho passenger
steamer City of Erlo, which arrived early
today from Iluffalo, reports that be sighted
thu muEt ot n sunken tchhqI sticking out
of tho water about twenty-fivo miles off
Thero wero no tidings this morning of
tho steamor Kallyuga, which was reported
last night to be adrift and helpless about
thlrty-llvo miles off Cloveland, When
sighted It was laboring heavily.
Tho tugs sent out to locate the sup
posed wreck returned to tho harbor to
night. They reported finding tho steamer
Kalagllua riding at anchor thirty inllcti
out. They could find no tracn of a wreck.
...13,903 11,214 10.01S 12,171
Tho remaining six counties in thu dis
trict two years ago gavo a tuslon plurality
of 1291, which would Indicate thn election
ot Nuvlllo by a plurality of about 1,000.
l'utnl I'imiI Hull Accident.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. Ill a foot ball gamo
ut the Normal Park school grounds Edward
Glllett. 17 yearn old, was so fcrlotisly In
jured thnt he died n few hourn later at Ida
homo. According to the stories told by(the
boys who were playing with him ut Ou
tline Uillett. who had hold or the ball,
slipped anil fell us ho was trying to mnko
a dash around the end. All tho players
piled on him and then endeavored to get the
pigskin away from him. Glllett held on to
tho ball nnd shouted that lie was Injured.
He attempted to rise, but failed. It was
found that he was Hufferlng from Internal
Injuries. After reaching homo hu became
unconscious and died.
Flmt Snnv. ut l-nruii,
FARGO, N. !)., Nov. 0, Tho first snow
of tho Boason fell tonight, Tho first hiiow
ot Inst year fell on September 29.
.Movement of llt-enn VchmpIs Nor, 1),
At Now York Arrived Pennsylvania,
At Havre Arrived L'AqultuIno, from
At Queenstown Arrived Campantn-, from
New York, for Liverpool, und proceeded.
At Liverpool Sailed Tuurlc, for Now
At Hoston Arrived Commonwealth, from
Liverpool and Queenstown,
At Hamburg Arrived Patricia, from New
York, via Plymouth.
At Movllle-Halled Anchorla, from Ola
gow, lor New York
At lb-achy lleail Passod -Ahydos, for
Sun Francisco. Guayaquil and Montevideo,
At Klnn.ile - Passed Bohemian, from lioE
ton, for Liverpool.