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VOL. I. NO. 5.
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DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 18M,
Governor Nelson's Plurality in
JTHE ENTIRE TICKET ELECTED
nd the Legislature Repub
lican by 60 on Joint
ST. PAUL, NOT. 8.—Governor Nel
son's plurality will exceed 40,000,8.
M. Owen will be next in the race and
General Becker will not lack 15,000 at
the highest of baring as many rotes as
Mr. Owen. With fairlr complete re*
turns from all but 19 oounties the rote
Stands Nelson 110,636, Owen 66,918 and
Becker 50,841. Hilleboe, the Prohibi
tion candidate, will hare fully 16,000,
"Which will bring the total, rote up to
970,000, or 10,000 greater than was an
ticipated. The retnras are very pecu
liar and make all estimates worthless.
In the First district Mr. Owen failed
to repeive as large a vote as he did in
his is also true of the Minne
sota valley and the country east of
there. In the soutwestern counties,
while Mir. Owen recives a strong rote,
he fails to get as many ballots as he
did four years ago, and this is also true
in the Red river valley and all Western
Big PrttfaHitTet* !s CttfejH-
In the cities of fcftfiflfiapoUs, St.J?aul,
Duluth, St. Cloud, Winona and wain
erd, Mr. Owen has made all of his
gains as well as enough to offset some
losses in the former Populist strong
holds. In the First and Third districts
and portions of the Second, General
Becker held, in many cases, the entire
vote of his party, bnt in St. Paul, Min
neapolis, puluth, Winona and St.
Cloud, Nelson and Owen both drew
.. Judge Willis and Auditor. Biermann
go down with the rest, although Judge
Collin's majority will not be large.
Willis has been cut in the counties of
the Seventh judicial district, and in
few cases receives the full vote of Dem
sional districts, with the. possible .ex
ception of Boen in the Seventh, the Re
publicans bag them all. *r
THEY ARE SEVEN.
A Fall Set of RtpsbUeu ConpenBf
Elected in HlmuMtK
ST. PAUL, NOV. 8.—In the Minnesota
congressional districts the results have
been as surprising as everywhere else,
and the pluralities hare varied from
8,000 for Tawney and StcCleary to
about 2,000 for Heatwole. in the First
district J. A, Tawney olriwin every
county by feood pluralities, with a total
plurality of not far from 8,000. In the
Second district McCleary claims all the
counties so far heard from, 9 out of 18,
and has a plurality about as large as
that in the First.
In the Third there is a claim by
friends of Congressman Hall that he
has a plurality of about 900, but this is
incorrect. Heatwole carries Le Sueur,
Sibley, Carver, Renville, Meeker, IRioe
and Goodhue, and has a plurality of
not far from 2,000. In the Sixth, C. A.
Towne has a larger plurality than he
expected, and is elected by from 8,000
to 4,000 to spare.
In the Seventh Eddy is undoubtedly
elected, although the returns are glow
and only eight counties have been re
ported out of a possible sixteen. Boen
has run behind the Populist ticket in
nearly all the distrusts.
ENTIRE TICKET REPUBLICAN.
Sheldon'* Plurality in South Dakota Placed
Sioux PALLS, Nov. 8.—Returns from
the state show that the Populists are
sure of only
the legislature. A decrease of 20' per
cent in the Populist vote is shown as
compared with 1892. The total vote in
the state is estimated at 70,000. All
returns show Republican gains. Gov
ernor Sheldon places his plurality at
18,000 against 10,000 iu 1892. Pickler
and Gamble, Republican candidates for
congress, and the entire state ticket are
also elected by big pluralities.
IN NORTH DAKOTA.
Republican Ticket Victorious by 7,000
FARGO, N. D., Nov. 8.—Congressman
Johnson, Rep., is elected by an in
creased majority over Muir, Fusion,
and Reeve, Ind. Dem. Allin, Rep., is
eleeted governor by a majority over
Kinter, Dem., and Wallaoe, Pop. The
Republican majority is about 7,000.
Hartman elected to Congress and the
Legislature la Republican.
HELENA, NOV. 8.—Chairman Lant
states that Hartman, Rep., for con
gress, and Hunt, Rep., for associate
justice, are undoubtedly elected. He
olaims the legislature will be Repub
lican by lS on joint ballot.
la Rock County.
The vote in Rock county stands:
Miller, republican 1201
Marshall, democrat 668
Shell, republican 1013
Holman, republican 1094
Lockwood, republican 989
Ryder, democrat 434
King, democrat...... 257
McKnight, populist 286
Norwood, populist. ... •... 224
Jaycox, populist 403
THE REASON WHY.
A Few Expressions from Our
People a* to the Great
Postmaster Schwartz—I have noth
ing to say, I am just alive and that's
Major Thurber—The feeling is
prevalent among our working people
that the democratic party ie to blame
for the hard times. Another reason
is that Wilson went over to England
and hobnobed with Johnny Bull too
C. M. Crandell—The record of the
democratic party, the intelligence of
the voter, and an opportunity to. cast
his ballot caused the great repubjj-.
J.- A. Town—Gross disregard
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promises made the people, and ina
bility to agree upon measures and
methods among themselves is, in my
opinion, what caused the democratic
Fred Huiniston—The voters did it,
and they did it quietly but effectively.
Wash., Nor. 8.—Retnnii'
from orer one-half the state of Wash
ington show that the Republican plu
rality will be more than 16,000. The
legislature Is Republican in both
branches and on joint ballot by at least
86. Both Republican congressmen, W.
H. Doolittle and S. C. Hyde, are
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