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WAS A WATERLQQ (Contlnued from Flrst Pngo.) than 4,600, and Mr. Flood next wlth over 4,000. Mr. flouthall is noxt wlth morn tharT 3,300; Mr. (Mass next wlth about thn t"?.mo flRures; Mr. Hay is next wlth lfe*s than 3,000, fltul Mr. Swnnson, who had ? hard flght on his hands, wlll havo n little less thnn 3.000, The Vote by Counties. Hero aro the returns by congressional dtstrlets. da wnli as they can be tabu lated from tho Incomplclo returns at hand: FIR8T DISTRICT. Jon?*. Trsder. Aeeomac. 1.250 Carollne . 225 mnj. ... Klng and Qucen. 365 115 Essex ....?. 449 . 209 i Frederlck#burg . 220maj. ... i Oloueoster . 449 173 Dtxncaster. 440 122 . Mlddlcsex. 420 1SH ) Mathews . 468 120 Northumberland . 382 171 Narthantpton . 571 202 Rlchmond . 377 185 ?SpoUylvnnia . lOOmaJ. Westmorcland . 25ft 157 6,093 1.607 SECOND DI8TRICT. Maynard. Hughes ?Charles Clty . 122 ??"> Fllzahcth Clty. Islft of Wlght. 497 12) Mam? Clty . 84 31 NK.nsomond . 875 150 N'ewport Xews. ?0R 2ti Norfolk clty . 2,693 MW ?Norfolk county...;. 1,011 66J> Portsmouth . 1.151 217 ?Prlnecm Anne. 161 *4 ?Sotitbampton...-? 760 176 ?Kurry . 35 77 ?Warwlck . 79 53 Wllllamsburg. 103 38 ?York . 173 *7 i 8,652 2,467 THIRD DISTRICT. Lamb. Opposltlon. Chesterflelrt. 379 103 Goochland.?'. 19maJ. ... ?Hanover . 388 199 Henrico .t. 574 127 Klng Wllllnm . 311 183 Manchestcr. 285 ?6 'New Kent . 34 20 Rlchmond. 3.891 597 5,881 1,295 FOURTH DISTRICT. Bouthall. Altxander. ?Amella. 132 27 ?Brunswlck . 622 124 ?Dlnwiddlo ...-..'. 4S 24 Greenssvllls.'. 371 maj. ?Dunenburg. 350 75 ?Mecklenburg . 447 133 '?Nottoway. 411 73 Petersburg . 823- 122 Prlnce G?orge. 'Powhatan . 117 42 ?Prlnce Edwnrd .......?.. 274 4f Sussex . 400 maj. ... 4.005 661 FIPTH DISTRICT. Swanson. Stovall, Carroll. 884 1,064 Danvllle.\. 816 101 Floyd.*. 507 1.019 ?Frankltn. 400 maj. Grayson . 8 maj. *Henry . <>90 350 Patrick . 142rnaJ. ... ?ritUylvanla .2,027 2S!) 5.384 2,823 SIXTH DISTRICT. ?????!?' Glass. ' Hoge. ?Bedford. 524 21S ?Campebll. 302 70 Charlotta . 508 202 Hallfax . SOOmaJ. ... Lynchburg ....- 977 293 Montgomery.??? 699 ,739 Radford . 61 raaJ. ... Roanoko clty .'..1.264 507 6.355 2,028 SEVENTH DISTRICT. Albemarle. 600maj. ... Charlottesvlllo.- 3S9 71 Clarke. 400maj. ... Frederlck .?'?-?? 300maJ. ... Greene . 1*8, 156 Madlson. 275 maj. ... Page . 33raaj. ... Rappahannock . Rocklngham. 175 raaj. ... Shenandoah .1.103 1.103 Warren. 40S 100 Winchester . 394 146 4,249 1,581 EIQHTH DISTRICT. Rlxey. Howa rd. Atexandria clty ..... 738 187 ?Alexandria county.. 260maj. ... Cuipeper . 735 maj. ... Fairfax. 360 maj. ... Faaquler .....1.233 296 ?Klng Oeorgo ....... 175 90 l.oudoun ......1,300 maj. ... T,oulsa. 280 maj. ... Orange ... .v........ 539 123 ?Prlnce Wllllam . 500 mal, ... Stofford . ??- 16 maj. 6,300 711 NINTH DISTRICT. Slemp. Wysor. Brlstol .?? ; 1T1 Bland. 62 maj. ... Buchanan .?. 249 ... cralg.???""??:: 3Go Dlckensbn . KS ??? Glles . ?.?? ? 3t,s . I.ee. ?!*?? , Pulaskl. 30? RusHell . 353 Scott . 550 Hmylh ."" *0o4 Tasewell .??? 643 ??? Wnshlngton. fl<Jf Wlso. 688 Wylho .'.....J93 _^ 4,020 C04 TENTH DISTRICT, Flood. Revorcomb. Alloghany . 200maj. ... ?Amheret . 700mal. ... . ?Appomattox. 300 mnj. ... Augusra . "6maj. ... Bath . ?Q , *5S Botetourt . 233maj. ... Bucklngham . 156maj. ... Buena Vlstn. 133 80 'Cumberland . 450 mnj. ... Kiu'vanna. 300 maj, ... Hlghland . ???? . B?mi' ?Nelson.???? tOOrnaj. ... Rookbrldgo.,. 1,034 ?1? Staunton. 396maj. ... 5,877 1,304 The (*> Indleatos that tho returns or majorities aro lnoomplH? or estlmeted, ORAND TOTAt. Demooratlo, Republlcan. Flret District.?,083 1,607 Second District.8.652 M69 Third DJstrlot....... M81 J.39S Fourth District....... 4.005 681 Fifth District,,..,.,. 5,884 2,833 BlXth Dlstrlot. S-8" 2'0^ Seventh District.4,340 1,581 Elgh'th District.6,300 7U Nluth District.. 60f , 4MQ Tenth District....... 8.3T7 ? 1,3,0? 5J,90O 19,099 FIRST DISTRICT. ??? ? ? Caroline County. (?pac-itl to Tht Tlraea-Plipatch.) BOWLINO GRBHN, VA-. Nov. 9. Bowllng areen Ijlvee P?rkerll3, Roos? DAY BY DAY we are addlng to our long llst of patlft^led cuRtomerct, but wo are hot eatlafled, Wo want 16 add YOU. THE BIQ STORE (? oycrflotvlng wlth excep-' tioiiftUjr good thlngfl ln ; Housefiiri.ish.iigs for careful buyers, at nrl?* thnt innko them Jnsfc no much more rtcslrnblc. Thls Js tho ono placrc you cannot nfford to paas on your shopptng tOUI'A. KEATERS. A pretty PABLOB HEAT EB, Ilke cut, for 114.00 Our Btock* comprlses the Best Makes in SELF-FEEDEBS, SOFT COAIi BUBXEBS, AIR-TIGHT WOOD BUBXEBS, GAS and OIL HEATER8. Also a completa line of RAXGES, CHINA CASES, \ BOOKCA8ES, LADIE8' DE8KS, OOMBINATION CASES and everythlng ln FURNITURE. Liberal Terms of RYAN, SM1TB AND TALMAN, MASOXIC TE.MPLE. velt 64, Swallow 2. Jones 122, Trader 59: siumansvllle?Parker 38, Roosevelt 86. Jones'44. Trader 25. ... - ., - ???" Bparta?Parker 41. Roosevelt 42. Jones 42, Trader 40, Watson 1. . Whltes?Parker VI, Roosevelt 25. Jones 16, Trader 20. ? Madlson?Parker 36, Roosevelt 17, Swallow 3. Jones 33,. Trader. 16. Balty?Parker 25, Roos velt 23. Swal? low 2. Jones 38. Trader 11) Watson 2, Mc Cullock 4,.McTler 2. Gouldsmans?Parker 20, Roosevelt 29, Jones 31, Trader 13. . . Reedy Church?Parker 46, Roosevelt 7, Jones 48, Trader 5. . '..'" .'...?' Fivft more preclncts to hear from. Pork-. er's majority wlll probably be 200! in the county. Ab'ont one-half of the'Dcmo cratlc vote cast Nearly all of the Re? publlcan vote turned out and .voted. Spotsylvania. .... (Speclal to The Tlmen-'Dlapatch.) FR__-_-BICK6BURG; VA<, JSqv. 9.? Spotsylvania county coraplete, cxact flg ures not obtalnable, gives. a smnll ma? jority for Parker for President and Jones for Congress. King and Qucen. (Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlipatcb.) KING,AND QU?EN C. H., Nov. ,9.? Thls county gives Parker 893, Roosevelt 134, Jones (Dem.) for Congress 365, Trader (Rep.) 115. King and Quecn. BISCOE, VA.. Nov. 9.--The voto at Newtown was?Majority for Parker, 12; majority for Jones, 27: Clark's majority for Parker, 43; Clark's majority- for Jones. 5S. SECOND DISTRICT. Norfolk City. (Specifil to Tho Tlmes-Dhspatch.) NORFOIjK. VA., November 9?The fall Ing off In the Republlcan voto ln Nor? folk. the stronghold of Natlonal Commit teeman Bowden, la conceded by Bowden Ites hore to niake the horfzoii very hnzy for his prospects with tho now damlnis tratlon and the general oplnlon hero ls that Slemp Is the holder of tho whlp han dlo from now on ln Virginia Republlcnn inatters. Norfolk's representatlon has been cut down from twelve to two in the next Republlcan Stato Conventlon, Ports mouth's from threo to ono and tho en? tlre Second Dlstrlct'a from about slxty to about twelvo, Hugh Gordon MWer. asslstant dlstrlct attorncy. who has beep stumplng through the North for tho Republlcan tlokot, la wlth SlemP. aud lt ls gonerally thought wlll be lpoked after |n^a lucratlvo man ner, Robert M. Hughes, who has twlco allowedj Harry Mnypard to rub lt Into hlm as/.a congresslonal ospirant ls also expectod to. bo placed and a Fodoral Judgeshlp would not bo aurprlslng to some of Mr-- Ijlughes's frlends. Completo returns havo not yet boen recelvod from Prlncess Anne . county. Bouthern'preclncts nre out of the woy and thero was not sufflclept interest in tho eleetlon to causo tho Judgeg or clerks to transnilt the rosults to pubjlcatlon conters. Tho county wlll inoreaso the Democratio column in the State, Charles City County. CKARU38 CITV CQURTHOU8B, VA.. November 8,?Th> ? oieSftlon held ot thla (Courthou*e) preclnct tQ-day resuUed aa follows: For 'President, Parker, 34; Roosevelt, 10; for Congress, Wnynard,'47; HaJI, 1- Hughes, i , . HO?PCROS8, VA-, November 8?Fol? lowing ls returns of votes enst In Cbick ahominy pistrict, Charles Clty county; Preeldont, parkor, 69; Roosevelt, 4fi; SwaU low, 1; Congress, Moynard, V5; Hugho*, 42. ? ? . . . ? THIRD^ISTRICT. King William County. BTNA MilljlS, VA,, Novemebr 8.?The '"tcTcpre a cow> m one day Take I,?xatlve Bromo Qulnlne 'fablets. All diugftlH'a rofund the tnoney If lt falls to oure. -. IV. Orovc's elgimtur* U 9? ?ach l)C>x, i'5c-Adv. ? vol? of Klng Wllllam county ls aft fol 16 ws; Mangohlck Preclnot: Parker. 51; Roose? velt. 49; swallow, 1; Lamb, 61j Hanson, 4i'; Allun. 4. Beulnhvlllo Preclnct: Parker, 35; Roose? velt, 38; Lamb, 37; Hanson. 37. Monnuln Preclnct: Parker, 38: Roose? velt, 17; Lamb. 43; Hanson, I; Allan. 7. Klng Wllllam Courthousc Preclnct: Pnrker. 60; Roosevelt, 21; La.mb, 00: Han? son, 16: Allan, 3. Lanesvii:e Preclnct: Parker. 66: Roose? velt. 25; Lamb, 58; Hanson, 9; Allan, 6. WfHt Polnt Preclnct: Parker, 64: Roose? velt, 45; Lamb, 62: Hanson. 53; Allan, 3. New Kent County. BARHAM6VILLB. VA., Novomber 9. Nurnber of voles pollcd In thls preclnct: I/jnil), 43: Parker, 39; total. 85. ROXBL'RY, VA., Novembor 9.?Tallcy*, vllle, Ht. Peters District. glves Parker nnd Davis 32 votes: Roosr>volt and Falrbanks, 23 votes: John Lomb, 34 votes; G, A. Hanson. 2; Edgar Allan, 18. FOURTH DISTRICT. Petersburg. PETERSBURG, VA., Novomber 9.?Tho. total vote east In thls clty was 1,086, of Which Parkor rcceived 942 nnd Roosevelt 144. Jn tho congressional elcction Hon. R. G. Southall, Domoeratlc congressman and candldntc for re-election. recicved 833 votes, and .Tudgo Charlerf Alexander, Re? publlcan, 122. Roosevelt rnn ahead of hls tiokc?t in every ward ln the clty. Brunswick, County. LAWRETN-CEVILLE, VA.. November 9. Full returns from county, wlth exoeptlon of one preclnct, which wlll Incroase Dem? ocratic majorlty. glvo:.Parker, 677; Roose? velt, 13S; Swallow, 3: Bouthall, 622; Alex? ander, 124. Mecklenburg County. BOYDTON. VA. November 9.?Incom? pleto returns of the voto ln Mecklenburg glves: Parker, 420; Roosevelt,* 111- For congressman: Southall,- Dcmocrat, ZS?.; Aloxnnder, Rermbllcnn, 117. SMTIH'S CROSS ROADS. VA, Novem? ber 9.?Thc foilowlng votes were polled at this place: Parker, !4; Roosevelt, 10; Southall, 50; Altxaufler, 15. Other preclnct* heard from, as follows: Boydton; Parker, 133; Roosevelt. 31; lexander, 66; Southall, 100. South Hlll: parker.;?0: Roosevelt, 40; Alexander, 35; Southall. SO, La Crosse: Southall. 101; Alexander, 34: presldontlal candldates not reported at thls preclnct Baskervllle: Parker, 32: Roosevelt, 0; Southall, 32; Alexander '6. FIFTH DISTRICT. Pittsylvania County. CKATHAM, VA, Nov. 9-rReturns from forty-three preclncts ln' Pittsylvania county give Parker-1,587: Roosevelt, ,635; Swanson, 2,027; Stovall, 3S9. The county wlll go fof Parker by eleven hundred: Swanson, nlneteen , hundred. Swanson's majorlty, ln the district will reaoh four thbusaad; Parker's twenty-flve hundred. Le?s than slxty per cent. of the cligible vote was polled. Stovall carricd' Carroll, Grayson and Floyd counties by small majorlty. Carroll. County. HTLLilVIL.'B. VA.. Nov. , 9.-Nlneteen. preclnots out.of twenty-three give Parker seven hundred ,and forty-three vrres: Roosevelt eleven hundred and flfty-four; Swanson eight hundred and. elghty-four,; Stovall ten- hundred and'sixty-four. In 1902 tbe same preclncts gave Swanson ten hundred and eighteen and Davls eleven hundred and seventy-two. Grayson County. , INDEFENDENOE.; VA.. Nov. 9?All, prec'net* heard from give Swanson.: Dem-, ocrot, eight majorlty over Stovall.. Re? publlcan. Roosevelt carrled the county by 179. SIXTH DISTRICT. Montp;r>rnery County. EAST RADFORDi VA?. Nov. 9.?Last nieht the. Democrats clalmed Montgnm ery county. but the returns to-day show a Republlcan vlctory. Roosevelt's ma lorltv beliT slxty-five and Hodge's fortv three. McKinlev'B majorlty tn 1900 was 286. but 1.600 whlte men and 300 negroes have been disfranchised slnce then. which cut down tho R-nubllcan majorlty Seven hundred and flfty of tho disfran chlsed whites lost thelr votes by not pay ing poll tax six months in advance. Many votes were also lost by mistakes ln marking the ballots. which was al? most as large as a small newspaper. Radford went Democratlc by 84 for Park? er and 61 for Glass, for much the.reason aa otalned in the county. CHRISTIANSBURG, VA., Nov. 9.? Complete returns from Montgomery county give Roosevelt 723 and Parker 661 votes for Presldent, nnd HogO (Republl? can), 739. and Glass (Demoerat), C99 votes for Congress. A small voto was east, and many ballots wero thrown out for nlleged mlsmarktney slxty ballots be? lng thrown out at thls preclnct. Trouble in Lynchburg. LYNCHBTTRG. VA., Nov. 9.?It ,was dlscovered here late thls evenlng that the returns of Tuesday's election in two or more of the preclnct? have not been cor tifled- accordlng to law, and the enn vassers, when they m.eet in tha momlng, will.be compelled to sumraon the judges of theso preclncts befdre them ln order COLD STOP for COLB-S. Tlio elmplest qhd yet the best romedy, WJU broak up tha worst COLD ln U hours. Your money, baok |(|t falls. ?5e, per packqge. wmolk Mlllor prug g~*n ? ?olk M|ller-phlldr?y V^U? m wmwm ?i AN Announcemenl GOMPANY SELJ-S TICKETS FOR THE O P E BA O F "ERMINIE" Academy of Muslc, Xovembcr 80th and Dccemhcr 1st. Wo havo just recelved a car lofid of the ce'afiratcd* MASOX & RAML1X, COXOVBR, - CABLE, ? KIXK8BUBY. WEI/LIXGTOX and DEKOVEX PIANOS Thls lot lncludes some of the latest deslgns, such as were ex hlblted at the ST. LOUI8 EXPOSITIOX. If you want a plano; lf you are a muslclan, come aori see us thlB week. We Can Interest You Also the following speclal bar? gains whlle they last: 1 Clilckcriiig & Mnckey Square . . . . $ 25 1 Dunham Square . . 86 1 Woodhousc Square . 05 1 Cable Cabinet Grand (used) .... 200 1 Wclllugton C ibinet Grand (used) . . 100 1 Wclllngton (about new) 215 1 Hale Square ... 80 1 Emcrson . . . . . 100 YOUR ATTEXTION IS OALLEI) to the fact that the above speclal bargains lnclude some fine In strumente,. and at the prices named are indeed bargains. OhpWe'HFixtheTerms WE COXTIXUE SHEET AIUSIC FORHALF PRICE. . Ten Thousand Xew Cyllnder Becords to Fit Any MachLne, 25 CE2XTS EACH. WHY PAY MORE? THE Cable Company By Mafe. , Rlchmond, Va. ?@@ b_-_ to correct the trouble. i The errors In questlon affect only the natlonal ticket, but cannot touch the congresslonal ticket. lf the votes shoiild bo thrown out because of lmproper cer tificatc lt would affect half of the clty's vote for the natlonal ticket. Roanoke County. . SALEM. VA.. Nov. 9.?Complete re? turns from Roanoke county give Parker and Davis 213 majority. The majority for Congressman Glass (Democrat) over Hogo (Republlcan) is 220. Ralifax County. HOUSTON, VA., Nov. 9.?Full returns from Halifax county, somi-oftlcially: Dem? ocratlc majority?Parker, 600; Glass, S00. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Shenandoah County. (Speclal to The Times-Dlspatch.) Wvv^iOUK, vA, -.u.. ?.-.-? .-.aclal but correct reports from all preclncts ln Shenandoah county glvo Roo--evelt UX over 1.103 for Parker. Hay Democrat, and Keessell, Republlcan. are tled at l,lw for Htouse of Representatlves. Page County. (Speclal to The Tlroes-DiBpatch.) LUR-n-tf, VA., Nov. 9.?incompiete re? turns from the eleetlon ln thls county show that Hay, Democrat, for Congress, has a majority of about thirty-three votes, whlle Roosevelt carrted tho county by about thlrty-sls majority. Thls is con slderod a pretty blg vote, as betweon 701 and 800 voters in t'he county were dls l'ranchlsed on sccount of failure to pay tholr poll tax. ' _____ ' EIGHTH DISTRICT. Culpeper County. CULFEPER, VA-, Nov. O.?Tho vote. ns returned tW.s evenlng by preclncts ln thls county for President. ls as follows: Catalpa, Parker. 198; Roosevelt', 33. Brandi. Parker. S9; Roosevelt, 17. Ktevensburg, Parker. 38; Roosevelt. 4. Eggbernsvlllo. Parker, 66: Roosevolt, 28. Brown's Store, Parker. 40; -Roosevelt, 35. Rixeyvllle, Parker, 83; Roosevolt, 9. .tefferson, Parker, 81; Roosevolt, 26. Llgnum, Pnrker, 63; Roosevelt, 14. Rlchardsvllle, Parker. 68; Roosevelt, 7. Mltchells, Parker, flfl; Roosevelt, 31. P.irker's majority. 685. John F. Rlxoy. Democrat for Congress, wlll run 160 vote* abead pf tlckcr. < Loudoun County. TjBESBURO. VA.. Nov. 9.?Parker nnd Davfs recelved a majority of 1,400 over Roosevelt and Fairbanks ln Loudoun couiuv. and John F. Rixey defosted hls Republlcun opnonent, E. L. Howord. of Herndon, for Congress. from tho Elghth Dlstrlct, by a majority of 1.600. Tho Democrats carrled all the proclncta ln the county, except Bollngton and Lovetts vlllo. RHxey's majority at Leesburg was 1S5. Tho Prohlbltion party pollod 31 votes ln the county, Orange County. ORANGE, VA., Nov. P.-A very small voto wos po'led in thls county yesterday. The voto ls a? follows: Parker, 629; Roosevelt HO. For Congreasmen, Rlxey, Democratio. 659; Howard. Republlcan, 12J. One proelnct not yet-heard from. ' Alexandria, Va. ALEXANDRJA, VA- Nov. O.-Returns from Alexnndrla and Falrfax countJoa show a ruarked falHug off of the vote ns comparod wlth tbat of four years ugo. Tho docreano ln Falrfax county amount ed to 'eomawlmt hke a thousand. Tho vote of Aioxandrla county was ex tremely smalJ, tho threo districts totallng about 813 votes. Two of the threo d ? irlctx Kavo Parkor 123 votea to Roosevelt h 60. RtxeyB majority over Howard was larKO. Rlxoy capfed Falrfax county by ?lom 300 to 400. ElBht preclncts of thls eduntv s-ave Parker 879, Roosevelt 19T. ln 1900 tiief- preclncts caat a total of 1.602, with n. majority of 28 for McKInley. Rlxoy defealed Howard ln ;?io lutter'a own ptc clnct by a majority of 17. I King George County. 1 COMOKN, VA., Nov- B.?Out of a total i of 1.200 yptes, only about 500 were pollfd i ir; Klng'Ueorge. county yostorday. tho Loniailest voto ever oast ln the county ln any regular eleetlon. local or natlopai. A good many Democrat* dld not att.end the eleetlon. But Ilttlo Iterest was manlt fested lOi- clther party, but at several pro? cincts the RepubEc&na wetn somowhat Aetive In turlng out tbeir votes, whlle the Dc-mocrats wero entiroly Indlfferent and acllve ln turnlng out their votes, whlle the !!0 democratlc votes were. polled, whr.IO 81 Republicatis voled. The vote In tho county wa?v so closo thnt both pafties to night clalm a small majority. Wlthout ? nn offlc.lal count, It 19 beik-vt.d that Roosftt j velt'H fil majorlty, and lloward's (for I Congress) 48 mfljority nt Pnssa.patansy. will ovCTComc. or. nt least oven up, Pnr kor's and Hlxey's 36 majorlty at thc fcbUrthouse, and ri- snvill majorlty at l Bhlloh preclnct. Tho Dcmocr it.? clalm a iiiajorlty for Parker and Rlxey ln thw county. but nothlng bosItlVe c;in bo rto terrruned untll the oltlcial count Is mndo a day or two later. Fauquier1 County. WARRENTON, VA.. Nov. 9.-Complole I returns throughout Fauquier oounty give Parker 1180 votes nnd Roosevelt :?r,4. Pnr kor's majorlty. 844. Congressman Rlxey ran ahoad of Parker; reccived 1,233 votes and hls Ropttbllcnn opponcnt, Howard, 29f5.'a.majorlty of 937. Louisa County. LOUISA, VA? Nov. 0.?The returns oa far as heard from ove os follows: Louisa Courthouso District: Louisa Courihouse Preclnct?Parker. 105i Roose? velt, 69. Bellev Cross Ro.uls Prectnct? Parker. 26: Roosevelt. 30. Bibbs Storo Preclnct?pjrker, 30; Roosevelt, 14. Green Spttngs District: Z&lon Preclnct? Parkor, 33; Roosevelt, 5. Mechanlcsvlllc? Preclnct?Parker, 41: Roosevelt, 16, Tro vllllan Preclnct-Parker, 69; Roosevelt. 43. Cuckoo District: Thompson Cross Ronds Preclnct?Parker. 32; Roosevelt, 8. Fred erick'?? Hflll Preclnct?Parker. R2; Roose? velt. 13. Centrovllle Preclnct-Parker, 6; Roosevolt, 21. , . Jackson District: Jackson Preclnct Parker. 29; Roosevelt, 23, Bumpfiss Pre? clnct-Parker, 32; Roosevolt. 25. Shelton MUls Preclnct-Parker, 29; Roosevelt, 23. Total?Parker, 466; Roosevelt, 280. Cuckoo not heard from wlll probably glvc Democratic majority of 216 m coun? ty. , ',, Tho Republicatis polled thelr full strength. but great apathy on part of Democrats. Reglstercd votes of county. 1,800. Rixey ran ahead of tlcket; and hls ma? jority Is |ln the nelghborbood of 280. NINTH "mSTRICT. i Slemp's Majorities. (8rxcia] to Tha Time?-Dl?pateh.> ?' BRISTOL. TENN., Nov. 0.?According lo flgures. offlcial and unofflcial, furnlshrd by Congressman Slemp to-nlght, ho has carried the Ninth District, Bland county yet.to bo heard from. by 3,277 majorlty. Tho flgures glven aro: For Slemp?Wlse, 688- Tazewoll, 630; Washington," C55; Rus aell; 363: Scott. 550; Lee, 611: Dlci<enso3, 80; Buchanan, 249: Wytho, 292: SmyihJ, 403; total, 3,277. For Wysor-Giles,r 168; Cralg, 165; clty of Brlstol, 171; total, 601. The Levy Carried. TAZEW^iJ>. VA? Nov. , 9.?Tho Re? publlcan landslide seema to have strmk Tazewell as well as other parts of tho district. Slemp's majority has been creep Ina up all day untll it has reached C48, which is tho largest majorlty given a, candidato for Congress from thls district for many years. The eiection held hero to detormlne whether an additlonal 10 cents ln the county and 10 cents ln each maglsterlal district should be lald resultcd ln tho suc cess of the levy. , ,,' , u - Malden Spring District, wb'eh Is Jho banner Republlcan district of the county, defeated the levy ln that district, but the majorities in the other district was suln clent'to carry the tblng through. Slemp Gratified. BIG STONE GAP, VA.. Nov. 9.-Com plete returns from seven countles give Slemp 2,997 majorlty as folrows: T^e. 611; Wlse; 088; Smythe, 404.: Wythe. 292: Dick enson, 88; Buchanan, 2-19; Washington. C65. Colonel Slemp, who is aot feeUpg r ght well on account of a cold, is very much gratified. Wythe County. WYTHEVILLE, VA.. Nov. 9-?Full re? turns from Wythe give S.emp (Rep.) for Congress a majorlty of 2S0. The major. y for '.Roosevelt wlll not vary from theso flgures but a few votes, whloh it wlll take offlcial count to ascertarn. , Wisft County. ? NORTON, VA.! Nov. 9.?Slemp's ma? jorlty in Wlse is 650. Hls elcction ls con ceded by 1,509. Scott County. GATE CITY, VA., Nov. 9? Reports fr-m all the preclncts say Slemp and Roose? velt, havo carried Scott county by cluse appro*lmate, 80V plurallty.;. Craig County. NEW CASTLE, VA.,r Nov. 9.?All re? turns of Craig county: Parker's majority, 175; Wysor's majorlty, 165. Dickerson County. CDINTWOOD, VA., 'Nov. 9,?Comnlcte returns of Dlcfoerson county give Roosevelt 105 majority; Slemp, 88. Thls ls the tlrt tlme Dickerson county ever went Republl? can in the presidential eiection. Lee County. JONESvILLE. VA,, Nov. ?.-Returns of all preclncts for coun'y glvo Slemp t>19 majorlty; Roosevelt a few less. TENTH DISTRICT. Botetourt County. (gpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlepateh.) FrNCASTLE, VAr", Nov. 9.?Ma,ori:y for Parker. 180; majorlty for Flood ln Bo.e tourt, 283- The vote. is fully 600 short. Amherst' Coumy. AMHERST, VA.. Nov. 9,-Unofficlal rp turns from 10 of the 18 preclncts in tho county jrlve Parker and Flood a m^Jorny of 68-1. Thelr total majority in the coun y wlll probably be ab-mt 700. The total vo e east ln tho county was probably not more tban 1,000. Captaln Ople did not receivc over a dozen votes in' tho county. and Flood and Parker- ran about together. Not more than half a vote was polled. Little Inter ? was shown In tho eleet/on. Many voters had falled to pay thelr poll ta\ withln tbe tlme prescrlbed by law. Bath County. VIRGINIA HOT SPR1NGS, VA., Nov. 9?Offlcial voto, Bath county: Parkor io celvcrl 828 votos; Roosevelt, 240; 1-lond (Dem.), 1120; Rovercomb (RepO, 2ob. Park? er's majority, $8: Flood,'s raajor.ty, 62. MoKlnley's majorlty in 1900 was i3; Demo? cratlc gain in county. 177. Hubbard s nia Jorltv Tn Bath -ounty ovor Flood ln 1900 was 45; Domocratlu galii. 107. Rockbridge County. LEXINGTON, VA., Nov. n.-Returna Flood; 80 for Rovercomb. Parker's ma? jorlty ovor Roosevelt Jn Rockbridgo and Are You a Subscriber to a tclephoiie, or do you annoy your neigh bor by running in and using his ? Why not have one of your own? OMr Ratta Ar? Kcusonublc. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. | 711 ISaei Grocs stratt. Telephone No. 8011. fiuena. Vlsta. is 144; Fiood's over Rever COTtlb !s KO. Buckingham County. DtLLvi'TX, VA.. Nov. fl.?Flood carr.od Buckingham by 156 votes. Parker 'ai.d Davls majority about 6a.me. Falllng off due to apnthy. wm.j.bInIthe fbtore of dihocragy (Contlhufed from Klrst Page.) llvery. The wenkness of Judge Parker's posltlnn was that tbe ohargp was made ut the rloso of tbe campatgn. when it was neutralized by a counter chttrge. Tho trusts cannot be fought succos.ifully by any party thnt deriendu upon the tmst funds to wln tho eleetlon. Tho Demo? eratlo party" must mako Its attock upon tho trusts so vehement that no one wlll suspeot ald from them. It wlll bo to Its advantnge lf It wlll begln tho next ciuri palgn wlth nn announcement that no trust contrlbutlons wlll be aoceptcd, nnd then .prove Its fllncerily by gtvlng the publlc acce?s to Its contrlbutlon Hst. Have a Chance to Settle. "President Roosevelt has four years ln whlch to make good hls declaratlon that no obllgatlons were liicurred by the ac ceptance of trust funds. Ho wlll dlsap polnt clther tho . contrlbutors or tho voters. If he dlsnppointa tho contrlbutor?, the'.trust quesllon may be put In tihe process of settiemen_ If he dlsappoints th'fe people, they wlll have a chnnce to settlo-wlth hls party four years hence. "The party must contlnue its defense Of the Interests of the wage carners; it must protect them from tlio encroaeh mients of cnpltal, It must lnsli?t upon remedlol loRlslatlon ln regard to hours and arbitratlon, nnd must so tlmit the authorlty of tho courts in eontempt cases as to overthrow what ls knpwn as gov crnmbnt bv iti.iunet'on. Elect Postmasters. "The party must contlnue Ita opposltlon to natlonal banka of issue. and must tn slst uoon dlvorclng the Trfrasury Dcpart ment from "Wall Stroet. The party must contlnue Its flghit for tho popular eleetlon of senntors and for dtrect leglsiatlon ?wborevef' tho prlncitfle'cain be applled. It Tnpst' tiot bhiy; ?maiTrtaiil",its position on old is8r.'es,'butittnust ad.v'flnce to thecon slderattori of now' ' questions as they arlse.'.V Among-these Mr. Bryan mentioned the postal telegraph jryTstem, State ownershlp of freund.-the eleetlon OfFedieroi judges of fixed terms, anfl the eleetlon of post? masters by tho people for thelr respectlve communltles. _ SOCIETY WEDDING. Attendants Serenade Wedded Pair With Bass Drum. (Speclal to The Times-DspaiCh.j # NOUjjULK. VA., Nov. 0.~St. , Luke s OhurcH was packed -beyond' Its seating capaclty by soclety folks to-nlght M.the wedd ng of Miss Margaret Taylor V/llson to Lieutenant Richard Spencer Douglas. TJnlted States navy. ^The ceremony was performed bv Rev. W. A. Barr, rector of tho church." The "best man" was Cap taln James C.Breckenrldge.United Statos Marino Corps. The. mald of honor was Mlss Abble V'llson. sister of the b?de. The brldesmalds were Miss Dlana R'd dlck, of Suffolk: Mlrs Sarah Garther, ot Baltlmore; Mlss Nellle I.lttle, Mlss Ethel Hardy Mlrs Em'ly Wllson and Mlss Ruth Wllsori, of Norfolk, and Miss Julla Bld good, of Rchmond. ;' , ? The groomsmen were Asslstant Pay master Waller E?. Sharp. Lieutenant Elcck, Henrv Baker, F. L. Sandoz, B. F. Hutchlnson J. F. Marshall, John Combs and Edwa'rd' MoCauley, Unfted States navy. Tho ushers were Robert Pegrarn, Percv Jones, A. B. Sehwari-.kopf, John Bcrk'ey, Frank Wlllcox and Qarnett Jor dan, all of Norfolk. The brlde and groom wlll spend to nlght at Old Polnt, and Wlll to-morrow proceed North on an extended Weddlng trlp. After t'he wedd'ng several of the groomsmen and ushers securea" a bass drum and some horns, mounted rarrlnges and drove around to the Vlrg'nla Club. eutfl from' there- throutjh some of the downt-tdwn streets,. beaMng tbe drum *nd blowlntf th'o' horns Call the whlle. Thev. created.iA ?reat..amount of noise and -Uttle harmopy.-, ?. j,,.,-.;-.. ....-,?.,.> Foxy. Rbgers Here. -vgherlff-dlff.-Rogers,-of Charlottosvllle. better known as( "Foxy Grsndpa," who i?> known.far and. ,wlde ?s the man who flgiircd extens'v?|y In the McCue.case, Is at Ruoger'S.. He came- as a Mafon to nHerd .tho meetlng of-the Grand Chan ter. Mr. Rdfrers Js one of the bost fol? lows on carth, .or he.couldn't have got tcn Jnto;. t>>e.? Myfctlc Shrine.'-' He may..he hore several days, and wlll 'n the 'm6a.ittlmo fall Into. the hands of Po^entnte Charles H. Phllllps and Cap ta.'n Fr-'i'V Vr. Curnl"fbam.' kKAJLivSTATK?-For Sale. RENTAL $120. T PRICE $825. NORTH THIRD STREET, TWO-STORV FRAME. FIVE ROOMS. Good rentor. .Over 11 per cent. McVEIQH & GLINN. FARMS, Mir-T.S, ETC, FOR KALE. :',-. CATAL0'GUE,'FR_E. . GEO. E. C11A WFORD & C0? . .803 E. Maln Street PRICE $1^5(K ~~ RENTAL $216. ?WUJh GET A TWO-STORY AND BASE ment, S-room, frnmo dwelllng; ,bath. on Twenty-olghth Streot. Lot 33x130 feet; stnhle; nlco locatlon, nwr Broud Street. Good condliilon, ?_McVEIGH & GLINN ~REAL ESTATE?For Rcnt. -?OR RBXT, 300 SOUTH THIRD, Is helng .put .On thorough repalr; rent very moderato;' 6|ther ln llats or as a wholo. - . E. 8. ROSE CO.. . ,11 N, Eleventh St. REAL ESTATK OHAPIN&HUME, Beul EstaAo?IusiM-aiico?Loaus, FOR SALE, ?1 500 TWO FRAME DWELLrNGS a>0,i7wv on Churoh H1U Avenue, noar Twonty*flrst Stu-eet, wlth about S rooms each. Never vacant. Always ln deinand. Thls ls very chofico. O A(\C\ 3 DWBLLINGS ON SOUTH **i^uv pine Street. wlth flvo rooma each. Good rentere and large lot. -1 OnO TViTO SMALL DWELMNGS 5li*vu on Twenty-ttfth Stroot; all ln good order und renting for H6S per an. num. CHESTNUTlilLL LOTS, $125 to $250 Each. CTert TWO SMALL DWElvLINGS ON **''" Clay ? Streot. near Fourteenth, now rontlng (both) for *7 per month. How ls ihlB for 20 per cent.7 MONEY. MONEY. 5 ror Cent. and 0 Per. Cent. 6ums to Sult; Reasonable Charoui No. Delnya; Coll.ctlons of Rent ? Soeclal ty| Fire Inauranoo Wrltteni Prompt and Courteoue Attentlon to Every Inqulry. 13 N. Eleventh Streot. AUCTION SALES?Thia Day* .???<??? w.?.'.???f..il.i.??i.a?? Qeo. W. Mayo, Auctloneer; 110 N- Bftvetilh StrMt. I will sell ftt. my auctloh hm.^, No. 110 North Horcnlh Strtet, TO'DAV (Thursdny), comtiionclng, at 10:80 o'clock, Oak Foldlhg Br-ris, ChAtaber Suits, Hnlr MnttxetstM, Otld Hurnans. Washsfands, Mirror.-j, Kitchcn Safes, Linolcuni, Sowlng Mmhlnos, Khani eled Bcdslcads, Walntit altd Oak Bod stcads, DlnlitR Boom Chalrs, Wlcker Rockcrn, Gns K.ulinf ors, Itttgs, blg lot of Overconts, Conts and Vcsta, Cont*, ?liii-ts. Shocs, Oak Sldcboards, Sofas, Brnss Fcndcrs, firnas ICnscI, Jnpancsn Cablnct, Mahogany Office Flle, Pl gcon-Holo Tnble, Walnnt Chalrs, Oas Stoves, Self?Feeclers, Cook Stoves, blg lot of Carpcts nnd Druggcts, lncludlng ono very largo cxtra flno Di-uggct; targc number of Mlscellan colis Books, Window Shndcs, La trobcsi Ftirnace, oue Carriagc, two Drttggist's Bottles and a largo assori mcnl of other goods. GEO. W. MAYO. Auctloneer. B. C. Buford, Manager and Salesman. By J. Thompson Brown & Co., Renl Estate Agents and Auotloneers. ' EliEQAXT GRACE ET. RESIDENCE, OEXTRAIi LOOATION, No. 605 East Grace Street. A CHOICE PHYSICIAN'S HOME. At the request of owner, who has r? moved permanently from tho clty, wo wlll sell at publlc atictlon, on the premlses. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1904, AT 4:30 P. M. The abovo most deslrable, modern. styllsh and in every re?peot up^to-..at? residcnce ls on the south sido of Grace Street, two doors east of Westmoreland Club, whero the great eonvenlenco ot having moals scrved at any tlme can ba arranged at raodorato prlces. Tho resldence ls threo story. wlth man sard and basement abovo ground; ad mlrablv adapted for a fine ofnoe. It con talns twelve rooms. wlth latest modern electrlcal, plumblng and heatltuj applt anccs. The lot fronts 28 fe?t with & depth of 163 feet 6 inohes, wlde alley to Sixth Street abuttlng on rear end of the lot. The late publlc Improvcments to Gi'aca Street. making tho nnest roadway ln tha. entlre clty. and Khe elose proxlmlty of tha resldence to all publlc buildlngs and busl ness centres renuers thls property very deslrable. TERMS?Cash, $2,000, and assttme llen of W.000. 5 per cent payable seml-annually. and $1,150 duo October ISth, 1906: and bal ance In twelve months, aecurea by deed of trust' J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO. Nov 8-lt ' _ ByH. A. McCurdy, , Real Estate Auctioueer. PUBLIC AUCTION SALE of :.? FRAME DWELLING, 908 St. James Street,' Between Baker .and Charlty Streets, AT AUCTION ON Thursday, Nov. 10, 1904, AT 4:30. Look thls up. It wlll make a good home or lnvestment. H. A. McCURDY, nov 6-tds Auctloneer. By Rlchmond Auctlon Cq? U05 E. Maln Street. Go-Carts, Stoves, Matting, Oilcloth, Furniture, Etc., at Auction To-day. We wlll sell TO-DAY (Thursday), No vember 10th, commencihg at 10:30 A. M-. at our wnrerooms, 1205 E. Maln Street, 1 Very Handsome Go-Cart (nearly new), sev'ewl other Go-Carts and Carrlagos.: Heatlng and Cook Stoves; 1 Very Hand some Quartered Oak Htill Rack, 250 Yarda of New M'jUtlng, French Plate, ~evel edge Mantel Mlrrors, Oak and Chesry Chamber Sults. Couches, S.deboards. Odd Bureaus, Washstaads, Mattreeses, Centr% Tables, Ollolbth, Ploor Llnon, etc, etc. (RICHMOND AUCTION CO. Goo. H. Valentm*. Auctloneer. AUCTION SALES, Future Days ^^ww^mii ii wiii.. .i.iM.<."W*wmmmifmimmm By Pollard & Bagby, Roal Bstato Auctloneers. TRUSTEES AUCTION SALB OF D13 TACHED FRAME DWELUNG, NO. BV, ON THE WEST t-INE OF '* .EN TY-F1FTH STREET. BETWEENj USIoK STREET AND CHURCH HILI^ AVE NUE. | In oxecutlon of a deed of trust, datcd October 10. 1001, and recorded ln clerk a offlco of Rlchmond Chancery Court, D. B. 172 A, page 223, I wlll sell by auctlon, on tho premlses, on ? -_? "X\ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1904, at 1:30 !?>, M.. tho above mentloned attrnc tlvo detached Church Hlll home. contain Ing about elght rooms nnd ln nlco orier. ? Tho lot fronts 29 t'eet on Twenty-tlfth Street wlth a llku front on Church Hlll Avenue. .'??: TERMS-EnouKb ln cash to p^y cost of sale, nny tases that may be duo, nnd tha sum of $824, wlth Interest on s.tme front October 15, 1904, reslduo at ono and two years wlth Intorost and trust deed: ?r all cash, at optlon of .purehaser. ... H. R. POLDARD. Jr., Trustoe. Nov 10'tda_' . ? By John T. Goddln & Co., Renl Estato Agents nnd Auottoneers, . Bank and TSleventh Streots. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION* SAM3 OF A DES1R.VBLE FARJU OF 28 ACftBSi WITH A BMAbD. FRAuME DWEL.U1NO AND OTHER 1MPRUVEMENT8 THERE^N. ON CHARLES C1TY ROAD, ABOUT NiNE MILES t/AST OF HlOrf MOND. AND NEAR "IULU CARTErt'S" 8TORE. Inexecutlon of a certaln deed of trust. bearliiK dato Boptcsmbor io, 1903, to tha underslgned Trusteo, recorded ln clertt ? oillco of Henrico County Court, dofuu.t having been made in puyment of tho deht socured thereln, and bolng roaulted by tt.o beneilciar" so to do. I wlll sell at publlo. auction. in front of Henrico County Court house, on SATURDAY, NOVE.M'BER 12. KW. ut 1 o'clock P. M.. tho above descilbedj property. TERMS-Enough In cash to pay a nota for $'MS, wlth Interest thereon, from ?op tember 25th. 19M: all Uxes and axpens.a of eals. and the balanco upon such mnna as wlll ho nnnouncad at sale. A. H, SANDS, Truste*. Nov io-at _ '~RiiAL ESTATE?For KcntT" >~-.?.-? J?OB KENT, 11.000, 40) Lombardy Street, 12 rooms, $900, 410 Lombnrdy W rocais. IGOO 303 I^ntfcnrdy. 13 toouw. *:oo SOS D->njtardy, 13 rooms, *WQ, 1716 Park Avenue, 9 rooms. ?5C0, 1810 Hunover. 9 roovna. J300, 203 Wulnu', 7 cooms. $300, 9 South Seeond. 8 rooms. $460. Fourth Avenuo. chestnut Hltl, 11 ?>270,OI3U' Third Avenue. Chastnut Hlll, 1 AisoVn number of smaller dwelllngn, of flces and stables. CHAPIN & HUME, 13 Nf, Eleventh Street.