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WELLINGTON, KANSAS : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900. NUMBER 42. VOLUME XI. Just Received Our Second Invoice of f 1 IDfl filter All Shades, Styles and Weights Now in regard to prices: It is 'a well known fact that where Quality, Style and Fit are taken into consideration we are always just a little L0M6R THAN THE LOWGST Ai-d another thing, -we do not ask you to pur chase the first overcoat we show you, but on the other hand insist on you LOOKING THROUGH ENTIRE STOCK that you may be better able to decide the style or quality ou wish. In othej words we are anxiou9 that you are pleased before pur chasing. SEE US ON OVERCOATS. Do not overlook the fact that we are leaders on Men's, Boys' and Chil dren's Suits. We wish you to call and investigate. They are facts. Clothier . Furnisher Hotter at ALL One Way McKinley .Carries Heaven and Earth. KENTUCKY Was Carried for Bryan Mc Kinley 284 Electoral Votes. Election Returns Show Nebras ka Still in Doubt. Litest Returns. Of the doubtful states, returns to the time of going to press, give them All to the republicans both state and electoral ticket except Kentucky." Nebraska is still claimed by both sides. Bryan made great grains in all the eastern states. HU electoral vote will "be less than in iSbut McKinley's majority popular will be much less than in 1S96. Mc Kinley's electoral vote will be 284. Bryan's 155 with Nebraska in doubt. New York The official returns as received are not materially dunging the state results aud McK.iuieyV plur ality remiu9 approximately 143,000 in the sute. California The majority for Mc Kinley and R'jDsevelt In dlifcroia continues to grow and the indications are that it wi l reach 40,000. Iowa Senii-ofricial returns from 86 of the 99 counties tn the state give McKinley 296.066 vile, Rryau 178, 548, McKinley's plurality being 87,418. Indiana Tuesday' election re sulted in a plurality of anywhere from 28,000 to 32,000 for the Keput licao natinnl ticket, the iriumph of the entire Repub ican stale ticket, and i iue aud perhaps U n of the con gremmen. North Dakota The Republican phirnlliy in Nortn Dakota will be 10.00ft to 12,000. There Is no quesilon about the election of all t ie state ticket New Jersey McKinley's p'uralify is 55,000. Wisconsin McKinley will have 106.003 majority. Wyoming Returns from 174 pre cincts out of 3C0 in Wyoming Rival majority of 3,000 for McKinley. Kentucky A Western Union built tin issued tonight about Kentucky says: "Returns from 75 counties com plete. or nearly complete, embracing 1,215 precincts out of a total of 1,877 nreclncts in the state, give Bryan i&v 759; McKinley, 137,245; Beckham, 154,036; Yerkes, 138,877. Montana Fuller returns of 'yester day's Toting in this state confirms the preliminary estimates s?ot out last nieht. Brvan's plurality will be from 15.000 to 18,000. Virginia The additional returns re ceived today confirm the reprt sent out last night that the Democrats carried the state by about 30,000 and elected their candidates in every con gressional distric. The returns received before Wed nesday jood were as follow?: New York. At 11 o'clock the Indications were thatPresideut McKinley has carried New York state by a majority over uryan 01 woouu iaj,uw compared witn a Republican majority in last presidential election or immw rhe toial vote in tne cnt.y or flew Ycrk is approximately 60,000 larger than it. was in 1SY6, and up the elate the inciease is abjut 30 000. In the city Bryan1 wiped out the plurality McKiuley hud four years ago, im took on a plurality for hinwlf of about 25.000 Up the state McKinley jarelv held the vote .which he had in 1896. the aded vote iwng 10 Bryac. Toe vote tor B. B. O lell. Jr., Repub lican n m nee fur governor, Is consid erably larger than that for McKinley. In Brooklyn, particularly, tne ueror cratic nominee for governor, Mr. Sunchfield, appears to have been scratched, Kaisas. y At midnight Chairman Albaugb of the Republican state committee, said: "Returns already indicate lhat the state will give KcKinley over. 30,000 plurality; that a solid Republican congressional delegation will be elect ed; that the legislature will be Re publican on j-jint ballot, and that the Republican state ticket il be elected by 20,000 plurality." At that-me hour Chairman Rldffe'.y of the tosbn committee.' said: ."loformatljn so far received is very meagre. All re turns received -show slight -fusion J. Mack Love, chairman of the Kin oas Democratic state committee, made tne fuiloiog st atement at midnight: "I fear that Konsas has gone Repub licau and Uiat McKinley and Stanley will carry the state by small majori ties" Ail o'ciork this morning Chairman Albaogh of the Kansas Republican tate contra I w, claims the stite foi MrKlaleyov 30,000 plurality and for t anUy hy 23,000. He claims the elec tion of the entire Republican cong -es-l n il de.WatioD, and the legisla ture on J dot billot will be Republi can. Keatncky. At midnight, the result-of the elec ti:n in Keutucky was In doubt, with bull mcIis claiming the atale and ores dsi. tial tickets. The Democrats ra iy Oe conidered to have t he better of the argument. Ex Governor Mc-Cr'-ery, cialrrain of the Demtcrat su-.tV coiumittee. said: "Bryai nd B Ciilwtu nave carried Kentucky by afe rajoriiies. The D -mocrats have elected nine out of eleven cungress men. Chairman Leslie Combs of the Ueruhjican state committee, slid: ''OdlC'al returns f'om 28 counties haVrthcen rvceived. Id ihese coun- 1 Beckham for covernor, has ininedl 039 over' Gorbel last year, while Yerkes has iua)ned 1 202 over Taylot In the same counties lust vear. Thjs indicates that Yerkes ha been el'Ctedby a safe majority. Io the presidential racp McKmley has prob ably' run 1,200 behind Yerkes in the same count le?." The Courier-Journal at midnight said return from tw -thirds of the counties in the state show Bryan and Beckham majorities. The result will depend on the size of the majority In the Eleventh conitres-ional district, which Is heavily Republican. c3e3""Eoc:tE3E3EaflnnaBnEnB3ra L.JuL.JkJt.akJLUl.JtJtUtJtJUUItULai.L.aJLWJWJLUt: A TIE Avon and Union tie for first place. Illinois second. 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BITTTREY ra ca ra ca ra ca ra ca ra ca ca ca ra ca ra ca ra ca ra ca. ra ca ca ca ra CJ ra CJ ra CJ ra ca ra ca ra ca ra CJ ra ca' ra ca ca CJ ra ca ra ca CJ Piug Mchool 3 Pleasant Hill... 2 Prairie View. ...19 Siio 1 Straight & Ran dall 31 cc' nc Valley... i t- Valley 2 Sunny Slope 4 Soiiair Vailey .. 4 Union 101 Kn'on, e ....48 rniverity 3 Vn verde 3 A hit School. ...17 S4 21 150 8 1 1(1 4 24 Indiana. A conservat ive estimate at 12:39 a. m., places McKinley' plurality in Indiana at 30.000. The entire state Republican ticket is elected. Dean- era' lu congressmen have been elected, io the Second ind Third districts, while the Republican congreiMonal cjin 'idates were successful In the C ntlnued on last paa. iiHi man OF- NEW GOODSf NEW DRESS GOODS IN ALL THE LAT- 5 EST WEAVtb AND UULUnllNUo I NEW FRENCH FLANNELS 5 NEW CLOAKS 2 THE LATEST STYLE LADIES' JACKETS :3 NEW FUR T30LLARETTES 3 NEW SILK AND WOOLEN WAISTS 5 NEW,. PETTICOATS g NEW DRESS 'TRIMMINGS f. 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