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tAtt. erroH* of impreeeden<ed Rfrpubllertn majorltles, they fr.-mkly conotkl.. d thelr f ac-feal nnd Offered no explnnation. Soon ? nfter Mr. Settnonl'a hdftiisMon, Judgo ' ParMer ackhowledffod the ellitatloii hy telrgrnphir.g Presldent itOOsCVel*'hls cou IfraluiaUons, ,, _ The perfect wcalhef condltions whleh prcvallrd ov.-r practlcally tho entlre eouri tfr brought n vote which experloiieod polltlelnns predlct wlll tie n record brenker. tnd In thls IncrMtse of bnllots, the Republlcnn pnined moro 1hnn thelr Sbare. RESULT NOT A SURPRISE. Democrats Realized That Cam? paign Fund Was Too Great. Louisiana. (Sreelal to TI.o TlmOfl-Dlsmteri^^tJ NBVyORK. November S.-Tito Repmi lic.-in lnnd.--l!de of to-dny cannot be .<ald to be n Kurprise to ellhcr slde. Domocratfl felt there wfis a chance to oarry New York nnd Indlnna for Parker, but wlth these excoptlons lt hnd been nn open se? cret nmong eludents of tho sltuntion, lhat Parkor could not wln. AVhen lt wns learhed posltlvely n Ilttlo over o month ago, that the trusts mul great ngsrecntlons of wealth penoraliy were -elng forced into maklng enorlnous contrlbutlons to the Ropublican campaign fund lt wns renllzed thnt tho Democratic nomlneo cnuld not wln unless tho con SClencc of the country eon'd bo aroused. I. was to thls eud thnt the tromendous pressnre wns brought to bear upon Judgo Pnrkcr to indnce hlm to go nn the stump nnd.present to the people the truth eon cerning the manner In which Na.Uoml Chairman Cortelyou was using of leinl lnformation to compel trustcontrlbutlons 1o tho campaign fund. Judge Parker re alsted for weeks, and when ten days ago he dellvered hls speech, lt wns ?ccn t was too late. Ho mnde notes by hls Bpeephes, but nothlng could have slopped tlie tlde towards Roosevelt. Democrats wlll not charge probably. that Parker would have been choson Presl? dent hnd lt not been for Republlcan money, but there Is not n shadow of doubt 'that the Republlcan mnjorlty would havo been much smaller hut for the corruptlon of voters. NEW YORK A SURPRISE. fTht Republlcan Majority Larger Than Leaders Expected. CBy Assoclated Press.) NEW YORK. Nov. S:?Theodore Roose? velt's plurallty in thls, hls natlve State, ls socond only to McKlnley's 2SS.000 In 1S96. It exceeds McKlnley's In 1000 by sbout 41,500. The lato returns show that there were east for him In New York Btate about 165.000 votes more than for Parker. Not onlv was his voto heavy in the countrv dlstrlcts, where the Republican Btrongholds are. but in Greater New York, traditionaliy Democratic, he ran much closer io Judge Parker thun hnd been expceied, even by his own cani: palg-n managers. It had been estimated that he would come down to ihe Eronx wlth better than 140.000 plurallty, but the flgures to-hight showed that this forecast would be cxeeetled by approxl mately 85.000. In the city Parker's sup porters had expressed hopes that their candidate wov.ld have from 110.000 to 160.000 more than Roosevelt. but in thls they wer? disappolnted by mcrre than 100.000 votes. So orer-K-helmlng was the Republican vote that th* result was known posltivery enrly Ih the evening. ' The earllest coun t:es to refrort msde St clear that the Parker vote everywhere fell below Bry-. an'* Sn praclically all the up-State dls? trlcts. In Greater- New York. Parke.r"s plurallty ?xn.s from 12,000 to 14.000 larger xhsn Bryan's, but In the State, accord? lng to the late reports his total vote fell lfi>00 short ot Bryan's. The small plurallty for Parker in New Totk clty caused great astonishmc-nt. the lowcst prellmlr.ary ante-electlon es timates having flgurc-d that he would go to ihe Brorrx with 100,000 or more.l "When the reports came in showing that- -he would lead Roosevelt by only 40,000 they were received with amazement. The Parker plurallty in thn city was 35,WO less than was given Herrlck (Dcm.) for governor. In Brooklyn. the Republican managers thought Parker might lead Roosevelt, but reports from all but thlr ty-sfven dlstrict* glve Roosevelt 424 plu? rallty. Parker's total vote fell 1?.000 short of Bryan's. Thero was a great surprise in the pro portlons of the vote for Higgins (Rep.) for governor, he r.unnlng far ahead of tha Odell vote ln tbircounties and witinln^ by about Sa.OOfX' Pfts* plurnllty above- the Bronx was probably 'lCO.OOO. whllo Her-' rick's In Greater New York aggregated about 75,000. Herrlck dld not carry Al bany, hls home county, nor dld Parker carry Ulster, in which he llves, Latest New York Figures. (By Atsoelatod Pres?.) NEW TORK. November O.-At 3 o'clock thls mornlng 1.507 of tlie 1,550 preelncts ln New York city reported a plprality of 25,618 for Parker, whose total vote with 43 preelncts mLsning In Uie gTtater city, was 314.SS1. whlle thut for Roosevelt was 279.2C3. The rr-rnainlng preelncts were the ou-tlyttrg and less densely populated sectlons ajidithese flgures kre practlcally cornp'.ete. At 3 o'clock the lnteet flgures on Gov? ernor In Greater New Vork gave HJgginii 257,051 and Herrlck 331,331, or a plurallty for Herriek of 74.0S3 with 57 preelncts stlll to bo heard from, MARYLAND REPUBLICAN. State Has Probably Gone for Roosevelt by Small Majority. (By AasorlatKl Prcos.) BAJ/n.MuRE, MD., November !. Though the returns from the countles of Maryland are not complete, and those from four preelncts ln Baltimore .-.ni mlnslng. Hit roturns tha! hnvo been re? ceived lndk-ale that- Maryland haa Bone for Roosevelt hy a imnll msjorlty, prob? ably a few hundred votes, thls cstlmate belng based upon tho returns received, and the votlng records ln those disirleta tioi heard from. lt wlll bo st an sarly hour to-iiiurrow inornlug beforo tho ('? suit !s exactly known, lu tln- six enn grwlonnl dlstrlcts of th- Kt.it,-. tlireii lt< laiUh-ium und two 1 n-i,,ii(-rnt.: have l.< , r t-let-ted', wltli remuiijIriB dlstrlc! ln doubt. Thls diatrlnt Is now rcpresenicd hy W, li Jack?on, a Hepuhllcan nnd tho prohtt hllliie* poihl to his rt-eWtlon, l.ci ying out ihe fpui ni . n_ prec nets, Parker'a majority iu R 'Uii ore i The chair? man pf Ihe lt putillcup ?"''?'ii. Commlttee clalms thut t':?e flnal returns will uhow a Catarrh' ' Whether it is of the nose, throat, stomaeh, boweis, or more delit-ate orgiuib, cutarrli |s always debllltalln, and hhoulil never fall ol Attentlon. It iu a diseharge frorn the mucous men. bri^ne when kept in a. etat? ol Itiflammtttipi) by bu impure, coinmonly icrolulous, coi: dttlon of the blood. Hood's Sarsaparill^ Cures all form* of catarrh, rfidically anc jKirmanently ? lt rewoveu the cause uml ?rercoatei all tliB tfltcts. Get Kood's. pi^ecTiow^Bc^ Hendqunrters hore forJElec tion bois. . ^ All klnds of headgear for nll klnds rtf politics. From Silk "Toppers" to comfortable cops. Hero are Shoes, fine Sults nnd Overconts?flne Shlrtsand Crovats, everytiiing foP the American of to-day. MEN _ BOYS* OUTFITTCrtS. Republican majority of over a thousand Ih the btntc. PROBABLY UNCHANGED. Same Delcgation Most Likely Eleeted From Indiana. INDIANAPOI-IS, IND., Nov. 8?Indiana has been carried by the Republlcans by from 45.000 to 60.000. The Leglslature wlll he Republican by nearly Iitly. probably more. All the nlne Republican congress men nre re-clectcd by 'ricrenscd niajorl ties, and tlie Republlcans clalm nlso the Second nnd Twelfth D:s**.-iots, now ropre sented by Representatlvos Miers and Rbbihson, both Democrats. They are in doubt. The Republlcans have almost, if not qulte, doublcd the MeKinley plurality in tho 3late of _>.-?*" four years ago. In Marlon county. which includes Ihdianap olis, 132 out of 2S0 precincts Indicate the Republlcans have carried the county by 11,000, .wnich ls almost double the MeKin? ley plurality of four years ago. / Ift scarccly a county of the State have the Repuoiicans failed to make large galns. DAWSON MAY BE BEATEN But National Ticket Has Cer? tainly Carried West Virginia. (By Assoclated Press.) WHEELING. \V. VA., November S.?At 11 o'clock to-nlght the returns from West Vlrglnla aro unusually meagre, and lt ls ImpoKsible to accuratcly outline the re? sult. except ln the most general terms. The bciicf ls that Roosevelt and Fair? banks have carried tho Stato-by a ma? jority exceeding ten thousand, and prob? ably more. Meagre reports from a nuni? ber of countles show that nearly every? where ihe Republlcans havo sustained only slir-ht losses as compared wlth thelr previous majorities. It is probable that the LesislatUre wlll be Republican in both branch?s, which will mean tho re election of Un'.tcd States Senator Nathan B. Scott. of Wheeling. The fight for the govcrnorshlp was the feature of the eiection. and tho reported defecUons from Dawson ln many coun? tles "e.id to the bellef that when the re? turns are all ln lt wlll be found that ihe Dcmocratic nominee, John G. Corn welh of Hnmpshlre county, has defeated Secretary of State Wllllam O. Dawson, Un.- Republican candldate. BREAKS HER RECORD. Plurality of" Illinois Will be the Largest Ever Given. (B>- Assoclated Press.) CHICAGO, November 8.?Accordinf* to tbe returns recelved at midnlght,' Illlnols wlll give to President Roosevelt the larg? est plurality ever glven tok any preslden? tlal candldate. He has, by the unofflcial returns, carried Chlcago by- S7,*C??. and tbe county of Cook. outside of the city, wlll give him about B.W1 addiUonal, mak in:; his plurality in Cook county not far from JCiT.Wi. The Republican State Central Commlt? teo clalm the posslble plurality |or Presi? dent Roosevelt in the State will total 214,000, though some of the committee clalm ^30,000. The Democratlc Committee r?"fuse to give any fisures. The Republican State ticket has "oeen overwhclmir/gly eleeted, Deneen, for Gov? ernor. runnlng a*>out I'-.-'O behlnd the natlonal ttcttet In Cook counly. MISSOURI IN DOUBT. Both Sides Claim the State. How cver by Safe Majorilies. (V.y AsforfzrM Pra_r.l ST. LOCIS. Xovembet _,?At I o'c*x-c_ tho results oi the- eiection !.-. hiisteo;.-: and in Bt. L_*_l_ were ln doubt Both sldes o'.altned victory. Tr.<- Ch___cratlc State C-mmltte* -J-Jroed that tbe Kv----: had been carried by a tt?iorily ot "**? - 000 and St. !_*>__- bjr '.'???. hmI ?':??.: '.,'? leen Dernocratic con?r?*?ai*a **_**_ _*e,*? '.' eleeted and the L/sglslatore -.-.'..'. -/??. :.-.-.. ocratlc hy .-i rr.sy.-r!';/ '.'. '.'?"?/. :.:?.?-% thfl r<--'-'. etl( '. oi '?'? ??? ' -'?' set *???'-???? Cockrtll. (.'-. '???? <>??.'? .--.-: h--~t-! 1 ['?.'ir. '?:..-.-.-:. ::???:??? ??.., .- ? WAS IN FINE SPIRITS. The President Naturally Elated at Result of Eiection. (Jiy AKaotfatM Prtti , hls Ti n ., Ut, ?Uil.loil iu tho IbuSO RIMl 'VI. il.) r-0!:l-r-.M ul ?11< ?k th.-.)*,' Idei | "'i hla liu'l'llil him Tlio i*m ^?'ilix t|.:it II V. ?? |l(l J Ol - ill-f, |,l ,-| I, li;,II,llr.lt,,,>, 'j |,. ..,.?,. ., the mpniftni at thfe nviMuK-ut tne Ktatetuenl ??-_ iiotsWiu R.-inirsd lu a ?eni clrcln alioul \hn l,;-.- rlhSk -ln ihe *'>??? i rjenl'n ofllcv* ?? . -.i, pprtdent* r.-,,i Mr RdoroV |t a *? l-i-.-d ba?k. |n ' ' : i '- " ? ' ' .'.<??'?.H*iit slowly t.. ;-!? cretary Ueli whn ?m ;,t n,,* 1'resldent's .*?". Ho n i*m v. ,-* myiiody in ib* rooni H"* rmc rr-ml_ i,. ,r m. ,!.,,',, tlck on ihe nianlel eholf, Afv.-r rtcfclvlng thu cor.srai ilevtion. of tlie newspnper mon, tho Prcsldent ro e.eivPd a.commlttee representii'tgt iho Ite publle.nn polltlcal organlzatlons ot Wash? ington nnd iho members of the Junior Ixvigruo, io whom he. spoke brlofiy. WISCON-SIN'S RESULT. Big Roosevelt Plurality, But Both Sides Claim for /Governor. <Hv Assoclated Fress.) MllAVAtlKflE, WlS.t November S.?It Ip generally conceded that Roosevelt has carried Wlsconsln by n pluf-nllty esll matcd nt hetweon 00,000 and 75,000. Both Republlenn nnd Domocratlc Stnto chnlrnien clnlm tho Stato- respectlvcly for Dafollctto and Peck. Republlenn Chairman W. D. Connor at 11 o'clock to-nlght said: "From tho rctuvns received I flgure that IxifolleUo"s plurallty for Governor ls 60,000. We hnvo nothlng to Indlciito t.ho complcxlon of tho next Loglsluturo, which ls, to elect a Unlted Statos sena? tor." Chairman A. F. YV.irden, cf tho Demo? cratlc Commlttee, said: "1 claim that Peck will ho elected by 25i,O0O plurallty. I havo no returns on whloh to mako a statement ns lo tho LeglsSaturc," TENNESSEE IS CLOSE. Gives Majority to Parker and Both Sides Claim Governor. NASHVILiLB. TENN., November 8.? Owlng to tho lengrth of tho ballot tho ro? turns nre slow in coming ln. but tho Stato ls conceded to Parker by tho Re puMlcans, although they claim tho elec? tion of tholr candldate for Governor, Jesso M. Uttloton. Democratic chairman clalms the election of James B. Frazier, for Governor "by 25,000. It is practlcally certaln that the State wlll glve Parkei a mnjorlty of 2.\O0O, whllo Frazier is re-elected Governor by from 12,000 to 200,000. Eight Democrats havo beon elected to Congress, maklng the delegatlon stand just as dld In the last congress. Tho Domocrats have elect cd at least 100 out of the 132 members of tho General Assembly, lifsurlng tho re olectlou of Wllllam B. Bate to the Unlted States Senate. The seven proposed amendments to the Stato Constitutlon, extending the terms of the Governor, trcasurer and comptroller and providlng for the election of tho Secretary of Stato treosurer and Stato comptroller by tiie people, Instead of by the Leglslaturo, aro all defeated by a large majority. GREAT OHIO VICTORY. Plurality for Roosevelt Exceeds That for McKinley. (By Assoclated Press.). \ COLUMBUS, OHIO. Nov. 8.-Tho re? turns to-nlght Jndlcate that tho Republi? cans havo broken all their records in Ohlo. Thelr hlghest plurallty was 137,000 in 1S91 on a emall voto, whllo that of to day was on a. large vote, greatly exceed ing one milllon. The Republlcan Commlttee .estlisates that the plurallty for Roosevelt and Fatr banks will be double the hlghest plurality over'given McKinley elther for Governor or Presldent. It ls estimated at from H0.O0O to 160,000. Tho Republicans claim a net gain of at least one congressman, Taylor. In the Twelfth Dlstrict. Chair? man , Garber, of . the Democratic Stato Commlttee, also clalms a net galn of ono DemocraUc 'congressman. RESULTS IN KENTUCKY. Indications Point to the Usual Democratic Majorities. (By Assoclated Press.) DOUTSVILJvB, KY? Novomber S.-With one-third of Kentucky's 1.S96 preelncts reported at U o'clock to-nlght, the vote Indlcates a majority In the Stato for Parker of from 12,000 to 14,000. Tho flgures of tho: Democratlc and Republlcan managers show .but llttle varlanco from this result. Ken'tucky in 1900 gave Bryan &.00S-plurality... The returns from 6S3 pre? elncts show a- plurality of 16,0243 for Parker. In the Fifth Dlstrict, comp'osod' of Loulsville and Jefferson county, the Democratlc plurallty of 3,036 ln 1000 wlll be cut down by fully 2,000 votes. In the Thlrd Dlstrict, also, the Democratlc ma? jority was reduced. The complete returns from the strongly Republlcan"Eleventh Dlstrict are not expected for forty-elght hours. but tho reductlon of the normal Republlcan majority thero as tho result of a factlonal flght wlll partlnlly off set the Republican gains ln the Thlrd and Flfth. I ' The result of the flght leaves tho con gresslonal delegation unchanged?ten Democrats and one Repuhllcan. GAINS IN ARKANSAS. Results Show That State Has Given Parker a Fine Vote. (By AsswUted Presi.) LITTDE ROCK. November 8.-Enough returns have been received to show that the Democratic plurafllty ln Arkansas is not leas than 40,000, indicallhg a slight gaiil over the vote received hy the Dem rx-rarlc nomlnee for Governor at the election in September. The Flrst and Seventh Congresxional Dlstrlcts, where the Democratic nominee had no opposl tfc,n, report a rnuch larger vote than was expected. In the flvo congreaslona) dls trtcta, Where thero were Republicans, tho roajoriUea of the Democratlc nornlneos *l'.l ra-r.-ge from 3,000 to 0,000. MASSACHUSETTS. Douglas Elected Governor and Majority Given to Roosevelt. BOKTON, Nov. 8.?-Tho Globo at 9:30 o'clock to-nlght #ay* that DouglftH (Dem 'x.-rau 1* fcleeled Governor by a plurallty ot ii,00v, and that Roouevelt haa carried Vta??a?bu#?tU by t.O.O'iO. YttiK-rr, cltlex and townw for Proaldent i.-i Maj'aaehux^ttK, out r/f 3r,3, glve Parkor : >j':1: I'jsnvvf-M, 2,838, Samo in 1000 gave ?;-;?:.-.-.. X.Vi'i; M'Klnley. 2,822. ? TwC-rtty-flv* pn-ffn'-tK lu thf? clty glve U,r I'l'r'.'l'i.t: Parker. 6,',02; Roouovcjt, ? I.'. '!!.<: HHin* prc&tlCtM ln liiGO gave Jiryar,, ;.'/>!: MeKWd'-y, 4.005. .-. ?/:.'?/ dl'irK-u. Ir. MiUtauAiurhltH ',ut. of ".. ,; ? lintt* WM', U-mv.U*. Y'.MX Stere ?/ ;? '-...-. Itoxb, of tbe Domocratlo . i?/ '?'/.?/.?;?'?" I'H'.tm th,; ekictlon ot .-.?.' .,/ ;-:''.?>?. e/bli* eoncedlnje flooae > - ....-) YiUrtMah* Vi.UJi plurality. NEBRASKA'S PLURALITY. Will Run Up to 40,000?Fuftion Can'li'late for Governor Wins. (ti) / r..:- ?Ud !'(*#-,) >'.'?[>.'?. :n.i; . .'.on ttiotr 't --NehriiHka ...1 .-. Wmv,'it ,% plurality whUsh v.,ll ;- I ,??-., '., -jnll.. SO.tfii. Cleorj;, W, >?? ???? >???? 1 \i?\0ii c#n4ldat? t'ir anv ?li.oi, ',.. ptOtmMy 'i'-(ted ny ;i plurnl '. Ut '?""! :.<',? \>, 'f.Stf). The tl:tuili? 1 .1 >?? rt-imtlnd** ''I Uie Htute .lli-hct ai<; uOinUlu -o *l<iW\y, hnt lnilli.ite iliat tljo U*pul?ilcanii v,iii <-!.'? 1 i.-iot of iheir pan didaU)*. At i?a?t tour out of tlie olx ? ????yi< Utiidll Wlll '". 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JACKSON, MISS., November 8,-Rc turns comlng In show that between slxty and Heventy-nve thousand votes were enst and tho opposltlon to tho Dcmocratic party polled hotween *ton and eleven thou? sand. MtaslsHlpp! returns elght Domo cratlc congreK.smen. GEORGIA. (By Assoclated Pross.) ATLANTA November 9.?At mldnlght the returns nre stl'l meagre. Thero ls no re.-ison to chntige tho estlmated total ot 90,00/0, diki plurality for Parker nnd Doviu nt Bomethlng over lial. thls number. All eleven Dc-mocr-tio congressmen elocted. Bell, ln tho Ninth. rolled up an over whelnilng limlorlty against Ashloy, ARKANSAS. (By Awwclatod Press.) L1TTLI** ROCK, AKK'-v November 8.? Thu Gazetlo's advlcos from. ttU pars o_ tho Stato bear out prevlous estlmatos of a plurality of -10,000 for the Parker and Davls olcctqra, Eaqh of tlio sovon congrosslonal dl-lncts. Ih Democratlc by *rmiJorllle_ ruiiging from l.o/i lo 0,000, Tlio total voto. wlll fall short of that c.iHt'ut tho SluR* eleotlon ln Bcptqmbcj', '?'? account of.aputhy ln Home of tlio countles. - ?. SOUTH CAROLINA. (Hy AnHOciatodT" Press.) COliVitllUA, ti C, November 8.?Purkcr hus carried Boulh Carolina by not.less than W*' plurality. Tho Democratlo Hl.tc (Ickt't hiw been eleeted* wlthout np l/oxlll'in. Tlio Hlato Leglsiuturo is unnnl fnoUMly Doinouratlo. Tbo followlng Dcm oirailo cdiiBKHHirien havo boen eleeted: K.r-t X'lH'rlut, (Icorgo H. Lt'garo; Second. j. (i. I'ftttt-rson; Third, Wyutt Aiken; fourth, jOBopd T. Johnson; l-'lftli, Davhi J;. l-'l..ley; Slxlli, J. R. i'*lli*rbi". Soveiltll, Anbtiry, 1-'. I.nver. LOIJISIANA. NKW ORI.KANH, .Nov. 8.?Tho Doiiio <:i.-it.i Imvu carried U-ilxlana for PgrKp"" nnd L.ivIh by il majority -of probably SJ.OWI. Bovon lienii.cnillo Con-sreH-mr-ii liiivo l,-i-ii eleeted. Tlu. cilc-ctjntl wns PW?3Pl.u' and ouiHidc of New Orl-miu u ?Kht VPW SOUTH DAKOTA. JUOP'X PAIvI.fl, *_?? D-, Nov, 8.?Senator Kl:tryil?e cIuIihh that Roosevelt hus cur jio. South Dakota by 40,000, and Chalrman Crane, of tho Republlcan Stato Central Commlttee, puts tho flgures at 60,000. DELAWARE. ? WIDMINGTON, DEL., Nov. S.?Roose? velt has carried Delawnre by about 6.<00 and the Repuiillcans elect the Governor and congreusniun. The Lcglslature will bo overwhelmlngly Ropubllcan. TEXAS. AUSTIN, TEX., Nov. S.'? Early returns show that the voto east to-day wlll hard ly ? exceed 3'io,000, of whlch 250,0:0 wero east for Parker. 60,000 for Roosevolt and the balanco scatteringr. All Domocratlc candidntes for Congress elected ln Texas. NEVADA. RBN0, NE-'V., November 8.?So far mv heard from, the Republlcan Stato tickot is in the lead, nnd Yerlngton (Republl? can), for Congress, ls probably elected over Van Duzer (Domocrat). Tho Stato Is conceded to Roosevelt. Norcross (Re "Laxo Is a liquld, vegetahle compound." At The SCHNURMAN Store' 5'ou can get a handsome Suit or Overcoat made to order for $25.00. Work is maclc up at the store by ex jierienced cutters and taiU ors and Lhe garments are tricd and fitted on you BEFORE tliey are flnished. Hundreds of cloths to se? lect from. Sajmples sent anywhere. 'Phone 1930. SCHNURMAN, Maktr Qf Clothas fpr Well Drassnd Men, 721 MAItf STKEET. ^?ifi. m m mnmm +~ MOLASSES FEED The Great Mllk Prodiioer. , I IS.T.BEVERIDGE&CO., I 1217 EAST CARY STREET, I 1UOHMOND. VA, ? .4 publlcan), fpr Supremo Judge, la tunnlug | ahftad of his tlcket. __, NORTH DAKOTA. OHJAND FORKS, N. D., November ?. Qtate returns nre, coming m very slowly. So fa.r.a normal voto ls Indlcated, wllh 25,000 majority for Roosoveit. FLORIDA. JACKSONV1LLB, FI.A.. Nov. 8.?Only n, fow of tho very smallcst. proclncts liavo beon hcnrd from. On nccount of tho length of tho tickot tho count wlll not bo completed ln tho largor preelncts be? foro to-morrow nlght. It seems probahlo that tho Stnto tlcket !b elected by 20,000 plurallty. Tho presldential llekot ls run? ning flllghtly behlnd. Sparkninn's ma? jority In the Flrst, Dlstrict ls npproxl matcly 5,000; Clark's, in tho Second, 7,000, and Lamar's, In tho Thlrd, 9,000? all Democrats. ALABAMA. (Hy Assoclntod ITcm.) MONTGOMERY, AL.A., Novomber 8. H. S. D. Mallory, chnlrman of tho Dcm cratlc Stnto Commltteo, said - to-nlght tliat Alabamn had east tho largest voto ln yenrs. Tho majority of tho Parker cloctorB wlll probably bo 75,000. RHODE ISLAND. (By Assoclated Press.) ' PROVIDENCE, R, l., November S.-At 11 o'clock to-nlght, wlth 38 dlHtrlcts out of 153 In tho State, reported Roosoveit wns 5,049 ln tho lead over Parker, with votes of 8,767 and 3,718, rcspectlvoly. Tho flght for i Governor remains ln doubt wlt Utter (Republlcan) tho, leader in thlrty-ono distrlots ln tho St'utu by 1,335 plurallty. All but ono dlstrict of tho ithlrty-one ls ip the country. DEMOCRAT LIKELY WINS. Looks as if Adarns Is Elected Governor of Colorado. (By Assoclated Preas'!) DENVER, COU, Nov. 8.?Estlmatos at midnight from scatterlng Incomplelo ro turnB Indlcato a plurallty of over 10.C00 for Roosevelt ln Colorado. Tho rosult as to Congrcssmen and State Mflloera is ln doubt, Owlng to tho large number of scratched ballots that havo not boen counted. Tho Domocrats clnlm thrwt Adams Is eleotod Governor by 7,000 to 8,000 plurallty. SCENES ON BROADWAY. Great Thoroughfare Packed With Shputing, Noisy Multitude. (Dy Assoclated Press.) NEW YORK, November 8.?Broadway to-nlght from Twcnty-thlrd to Forty second Streets was paoked wlth a shout Ing, nolsy multltudo. who wero celo bratlng tho election. Horns, belU, rattles, whlstlea nnd other contrlvunces ivhlch ?would creato a dln wero used wlth vlgor and effect. Around the varlous polnts whero bulle? tlns wero dlspla'yed tho crowd Jammed the streets untll thoy wero compietely blocked. It was a good natured crowd, and all scemed to he Republicans for tho tlmo a? the roimcs of Roosoveit and Hlg eln3> wero often and heartlly cheered. The result was known #o qulckly that much Interest was taken out of tho bul? letlns, and tho crowds expended thelr en? thusiasm ln marchlng up nnd down tho streets crcatlng a deafenlng dln that de veloped ln a roar for moro than a dozen blocks. SAYS NEW PARTY. Watson's Manager Predicts. For-. mation of One Very' Shortly. (By Assoclated Press.) NEW YORK. Novl 8.?Melvln G. Pa'H ser, manager of the PrenldeiUl.il campaign of Thomas E. Wntson, to-nlght mado tho followlng statement: "Wo expect 15,000 votes for Wntson in tho Greater New York und 25.000 ln the State. It Ia a proicst of tho people ngaln t this alleged Democratlc party. Tho result of thls is that we wlll Jorm a new party. "Thomng E. Watson, Wllllam J. Brynn and WlWarft Randolph Hearst wlll have a, conference ln New York in about a week s tlme, and tho flrst steps wlll then bo mado to form a new party. Mr. Bryan told mo he could not break away from iho party becnuse ho had beon crylng agalnst thoso peoplo for boltlng-, but nfter tho de? feat of Parker, whlch be knew was bound to happen, he could form a now party, and thls wlll be d/mo." NEXT HOUSE BE (Continued from Flrst Page.) election ot Schneobell, Republlcan, ln tho Twenty-slxth Congrosslonal Dlstrict. If thli ls correct, tho next Pennsylvania del? egatlon ln the House wlll be twenty-nlno Republicans and threo Democrats. Tho delegatlon wlll probably bo ns follows: Flrst, Henry R. Blngham (R.). Second, Robert Adams, Jr. (R.). Thlrd, Henry Burk (R.). Fourth, Reubon O, Moon (R.). Flfth, Edward Morrell (R.). Blxtlv George D. McCreary (R.) Sevonth, Thomas S. Butler (R.). Elghth, Irvlng P. Wangor (R.). Nlnth, H, Burd Cassol (Tt.). Tenth, George Howell (D.). Klevonth, TTehry XV. Prtlrncr CR..). Twolflh, aeorgc R. Pattcrsoii (R,). Thlrtcenth, Atnrcus C. L. Kllno (D.). Fotirleeiith, Mlal IS, Lilly (R.). Flftcentli. Elias Dcemer (R,). SI.\-toenlh.,Jlctiry 1*. Davls (13.). Kcvcnleenth, Thnudeus M. Mnhon (R?). ElglrtbCftth, Mfirtln E. Olmsted (R.). Nlneleenth, John M, Roynnlds (II.). Twcntlcth, Danlel F, Lafonn (R.). Twcnty-flrflt, Solomon R. Dressor (R?). Twetity-second, Gcorgo F. Huff (R.). T'weniy-thlrd, Allen _\ Cooper (R.), Twenty-fourth, Krnest F. Achcson (R.). Twnnty-flflh, Arthur L. Batcs (R,). Twciity-slxlh, G. A. Schnceboll (R.). Twenty-sevetith, Wllllam O. Smlth (It.). Twenty-clghtli, Jp^cph C. Slbioy (R.). Tweniy-iiinlh, Wllllam II. Granam (R,). Thlrtloth, John Dalzell (R.). Thlrty-llrsl, Jumes F. Burko (R.). Thlrty-second, Andrew J. Burchfleld (R.). Indiana. , r (py Assoclated Press.) INDIAjNaPoms, IND., November 8.? Tho oongrosslonal delegatlon probably chosen ln thls Btnte la as follows: 1. JnniOH A. ? Ho-nonww.y, Republican. 2. Robori ,Ws Mlers, Democrat. S. Wllllam T. ZehOr, Doniocrat, 4, Llncoln Dlxon, Democrat 5. icii.'is S. llolllday, Republican, 0. James E, Wntson, Repubdciin. 7. Jcsse Overstrcel, Republican. 8. Gcorgo XV. Cromor, Republican. Charles B. Landls, Republican, Edgvir D. Crumpack<?r, Republican. 11. Frederlck Landls, Republican, 12. J.-imes Jl. Rohliisoti, Democrat. 13' A.bruham L. Brlck, Ropublloan. l Kentucky. IyC1.ns\rILLI|. KY., November 8,-Th_ dek*K.itlon from thls Stato In the next CongreiiB wlll probably bo as followit a. Ollio M. Jamt-s, D. ? 2. Angtiflttis O. Stnnley, D. S. James M. Richardton, D. 4. Davld II; Smlth, D. G. Swnger Shlrley, D. C. Joseph L. Rhlnoek, D. 7. South TrlmWo, D. t?. Jumes N, Kchoo, D. 10. Frank A Hopklns, D. , 11. Davld C. Edwardfl. Tt. Cowherd Probably Beaten. (By Assoclated Press.) KANSASI CITY, Nov. 8.?The count In thls clty wlll not bo comploted untll 8 A. M.( but there Is small reason to doubt that Congressman Cowherd, chalrman of the Democratlo Natlonal Congresslonal Commltteo, ls defeated by at leaat 800 votes. Texas. (Uy Assoclated Press) AUSTrN, TEXAS. Nov. 8.?The follow? lng sol'd delegatlon of Democrats hav? been returned to tho Flfty-ntnth Congrtsa from Tcxas: "Flr.?t. Morrls Shepp.ird CD). Se-cond, Morgan L. Brooks (D.). / ?Third," Gordon Russe-11 (D.). ?Fourth, Cholce B. Randell (D.). ?Flfth. John Beall _D.L , ?Sixth, Scott Fleld CD.). ?Seventu. Alexander XV. Oregg (D.). ?Eighth. John ?__ Pinkney (D.). ?Ninth, Georgo F. Burgess (D.). ,.x ; , ?Tenth., Albert S. Burleson (D.). \, ..' ?Eleventh, Bobert L. Henry CD.), ' ?Twelfth, Oscar W. GSllesple ,(D.). j ?Thlrteenth, John II. Stephens (D.).. ?Fourteenth, James L. Siayden (D.), ?Fifteenth, Johh N. Garnor (D.). ??Slxteenth, Wllllam R. Smlth (D.). ? , -l , ! New York. (By Assoclated Press.) NEW YORK. Nov. 8.?In tho Eighth Dlstrlct T. D. Sullivan (.Dem.) ls re-elect cd; ln tho Fourteenth Dlstrlct Towno (Dem.) ls eleeted, ond IrTvtho Flftecnth Dlstrlct J. Van Cchenten Oleott (Rep.) la eleeted; ln the Tenth Dl.strlot Wllllam Sulzer (Dem.) ls rc-elected, and ln tho Eleventh Wllllam R. Hoarat (Dem.) ls re elected. South Carolina. ritv Assoclated Frr-ss.l CHARLFSTON, S. C, November 8.?A solld Democratlc delegatlon was returned to Congress from thls Stata to-day, aa fol? lows: ?Georgo S, Legare (D). Jnines O. Patterson (D). ?Wyatt Aiken (D). ?Joseph T. Johnson (D). ?Davld E. Flnley ( D). J. Edward Ellerbe (D). ?Atfbury F. Lever (D). Tennessee. (By Assoclated Press.) NASIIVILLE, T1CNN.. Nov. 8.-Th_ complcxlon of tno Tennesse delegatlon ln th- Fifty-nlnth Congress Ia unchanged, tho following having beon eleeted yester? day: __? ?First, Walter P. Brownlow CR.}. Hecoi.d, Nathan XV. Hale (R.). "Third, John A. Moon (D.). Fourth Mounse'G'. Biitler (D.). Fifth. Wllllam C. Houston (D.). ?Sixlh, John W Galnes (D.). ... . T _:_1 T, ll..,l,rnt Bright's Ds-ase, Diabctes And Kldnoy Congtstlon arrested ... a| day an," cured to stuy cured wlth a bott o or tw_ of Drake's Palmotto Wlne. Send ad? dress to Drako Formula Company, j-ni cugo if you wlsh a trlal ? bottlo freo. Owens and Minor Drug Company, dU tributlng agents. Follow the Finger,Please. Treat your eyes to tho fincst line of pianos in the South. ' These are the f lower of the piano class; blue ribbon winhers all. The Oldest Music House in Virginia Invites you to look their line.-qyer. What do yoii like most jin''^ Pjano? Never mtnd what it is, if it's a good pom'tft' you will find it de veloped to perfection in oiieof our niatchlcss line. Rich " mond people are true to their Oldestj' Miisic House. There's a sort of, veneration?rcspect for age?about their feeling for us. When they want value and qual? ity in a Piano. they come here. It's largely because their parents did the same?and their grandparents?a mighty good habit, too. Wouldn't' be handed from generation to generation if. it were not. Pianolas, Regina Music Boxes, Victor Talking Machlnes, W. D. Moses & Co. 103 EAST BROAD. V mm_mmt_mmmm___f___miWt m ??myr _ Sfeinway, Knabe, Wefoer, Hardman, KfmbaU, Wheelock, Standard, llaines.