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1 .- ; .1 l li Li V ! jit. I I ' ' I. -' "' 1 I) ... ' ' THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD, NOVEMBER 9, 0o6 GE HERAL ELECTION 11VS. I .ii. .t . . . i " ' . . " " i n biiiu win J Win I. UICH BIVu Colrt fni (Continued From I'afje Two.) ALABAMA. .iuioiwry Incomplete tcturna Imlicatn an overwhelming victory for !h entire Democratic state ticket Hfiil nomlncas for congics. Vote lisihl. I-Ittlf IliM-k Clly of LIHIo Rock fiilr for ronr.rohsm.in; Held, Dem rr1, 19 4; Hedges, Republican, 211 1. candidate o Florida nro eloctcd and the legislature In probably unani mously Democratic, Georgia, i All ihu Ut uio:ratlo ougreMloiml candidates are liectcd. IDAHO. ARIZONA. Phorrjh Tho weather was Ideal and heavy vot vwia polled. Great ernatoiial fl interest wan I a Kt-n in tlio btatuhood matter bfio and throughout the tor tttotT. ,o doubt Joluturo wna (I ftftfod, ,.Ble Tho weal hor was fine. 'Tf.i Republicans . admit their majority will bo only 2.000 urn thin rountv will llkily lie wiped nut by the jub lit. . V f " ILLINOIS. ,v 'iiii' Alt KANSAS. V ('liii'iiitu Returns from nearly 50n precinct in Chicago Indicate thut the independenco League ticket polled about 4 0,000 votes. Cliicagu Four bundled and thlr ty-seven precincts In Chicago give Stiasidieim, Republican, for sheriff 3K.676; Gibbons, Democrat, 30.S0D Chicago Fifteen precincts outHd. of Cook county glvo Smulskl, ltopub- lleun, for stiito treasurer, 5,si0; pie IrowHkl, Democrat, 3,140. hlciigo . Four liimdrcd and No'trnmlwo In oil parts of tho elghty-tbrco preclnctR glvo Smulskl, JJat tho voles wfro caHt early. The Republican. .'.0,271; Pletrowskl, Republican, Democratic aud In Jo- Democrat, 29,650. tenaenco LeiRtio miBBBtru contlnuo t'lilwi) N'ino bundled uud elsbtv 'o exprecK cnnfhlen.w Tho i'.opuhll- precluets In tlilu city clvo S'imuIhIiI. :nw, howovn, cialin thiit mobt of Knpubllcun, 102, KIS; l'lotowskl :hfi Indepndn:i.-j vo!o ioiiicb from 1 1 65.054. kit DciiKJir.it lc Candida ti H for con. fttm elftctrd. City of Fort smith, imd county, ven wards and prcclncU, kWo Cra- vena, pen-menu, Sb9; TIIIoh, Ilepnb- llran, r.:t. t'ALH'OItXfA. , tb Democrat and (Jl Motto, tho Ito- JublJcan. will bo rlccled by 30,000 San Francisco From njpuc'o 'urns received fllllelte, Republican, .'or governor, ia probably eluded, by n.000 majority. For con g reus It 1m erUIn that Nolan. Republican, in l! Third district 1 reelected, uh lh iiiso Kjhan lu tho Fifth; Smith, Re publican iu tho tho SIxHi and Mc-j K'ally, Republican, la tho Second. coLoiaiK), CIiIciiko Hlx liundrcd aud tight precincts glvo Kmulkl, 01,401; I'lo- IrowHkl. 37.4 84. 4'liicnso Two hiindred inoelnctn otitaldo of Cook county give 8mul- akl, Republican. 23,013; Pletownk! Democrat, 12.C70. t.lilcnKOeorKO Smith. Republi can, oleclod by about l.bOO plurality in Tweiily.flfth congrcdNlonal din trlct. ('Iiicno Four hundred proclncU outwldo of Cook county give Smulskl, There Is no aMlsf&cttort keener th&n being ry wvl comfort&Ua ".If cih when out In the hardest atonn ! :. : jLi'j YUU AnE SUKL J I ltd. T'l WfAfr V WATERPR60F OILED BLACK OH VtUOtM t OnaAlc eyery whore4 :;t.." T 4 at 1 m l side the Twin CHIch t'ovoiiior, 20,9ys. i ' ". ' r .? a' ) MIMSlsslITI,. . Pea MoinrN 000 prcclncU . Cummiiu 0,C27; roller,. O.ltiX. Tho nani in Jj)0j gavc f'uniiulu.s la.r.Oo; Sullivan. 7.9XS. KANSAS. 1,'overiior liox b roeleeled in Kansas . j hIIkIii wnnjoritj-.. .. insiAA. lew Oi li'uiiH- 7 ho . fccveii' D. iUo- orntlc nominees for fongn-bs ' Were cycled In Louisiana. .: MARYLAND,- 1'f tf Jinlliiiiiiie Jackson, RcinibliCuu) elected In Hie Flrat UUtrlct of Mary land by 1.500 lo 1,800 plurality, It. .1.1 - JH11IIHHI11- cHiiinaies rtasea on early rolurna from all over the slate Indicate the election of 3 Republi can and 3 democrula. Tho Repub licans are gaining In the first and arc IohIiik in tho third. MASSACHISICTTS, Tf?- All p ii40cra,4lp eundldati-N for eon KrcHa elected; lUiidolph fiiMiity-x County goen Democratic by from 1,100 tu l,ijio. iietuing from county of 'Springfield lndlcato election of entire Iti-publ)-can ticket. Capo Jirjiceau-nillc,,toiw point to Republican city victory. Luui. Flfin piuilniilrf lu the Twelfth fuiBrotiwfwii Oihlrl.t ive Helph. Democrat, ,U'.t'; ('..iidnv l,123. Flevelilh 1 0llKi-N loiKil (llili li't, ten predncl-V. fiJvco Seville, Democrat. s I T Calllfleld, Ili'pulillcaii. t'.,ni)7. M. loui" Forji-blx pivelncM In tho Kloveith fCOiUjieMilonal illxiricl Rive Nevflle. Deiuoiat, 2l!i; fa(. field, RepuyJIcan, 20S. Twelfth consr-JiiHlonul (!1nU Ii I, City of .St. I.oiila, Jb' prcclncla nut of 122, Rivq.SoIpIi, DunocVar, .".i;.';- Cmidrey. Jtepubilcan, 43!. : Nlnotylx pj-,-.iuiJ.Voit vt jul, In the'C'lt.y of SI I.oiiIm, (ive Wln6n,J '02; K't(IilKh. 531. ' ' Karly reports Indlcale the eeion of Andrews, Kepubllcan, fur dele Kic to coniireHS, Tenlco, N, M., Nov. 7 DeiniM rats carried couniy by large majority, XICW Jl ItSFY. jasssmrntsseamx MISSOCRf. ' 65, ISO; PictrowBkl, 39,133. Same DnntN1 Fair weather all over the kavp Blalr. Republican. 63,044: .Ute brought out the voto early. Grolc, Democrat, 40,173. nu me roKiatrallon was less than Cblcniro- In tho Klxth r.onitrcsBion- wo years ago, the percentage of al district 23 prcclncU out of 120 reslstered volo is higher. Doth the give Lorlmor. Itepubllcnn. 2.648: Sacks, Democrat, 1,638. In tho Ninth district 47 precincts out of 138 give Houls. 1.78.": DoUHKhilfl Democrat. mocraU and liepubllcans arc alll! Tl.tlwlnp a victory. Denver One hundred nnd fifty srwincls out of 201 In Denvci coun- y xlvo Adams, Democrat, for gov 'i nor, t'.H.itil; Iluchlel, Itepublican, :j,32. Denver btatu Chairman Sails- ! )iiry, of tho Rcpubllcun commitke , :lHlms the state by 10,000. Republi cans claim Butchcl, Republican, for roveruor, has carried thu state by 2,!'3X. INDIANA. Indiana elects five Republican and one Democratic conKiodHmon. Forty voting precinct. in Indiana give Cox, Dcmocrut. 2,0D0; Slmmfl Republican, 3.900; Republican gain irom 20,000 to 30,000 and Gabbort, 165 IteputiJicen, lor Judge of the supreme Ouo huiidred and sixty votlujr pro jonrt, Is elected. clncta in lndtunu ulvo Cox. Democrat 10.9S7; Slniuis, Republican. 14,138 CONXECTItTTT. ; Republican train. 557. Ono liundred and ninety TolJnir ... I tn Uaven Reports from 130 precincts In Indiana clvo Cox. Demo towns out of 168 in tho stnto show crat. 12.587: Slnims. Reoubllcan large Republican gains Live boon re Uirned for tho entire state ticket. DELAWARE. nuruington Returns come In lowly. Eleven districts out of forty :ive Sparks, Republican, 1,057; Day id. Democrat, 667. Wilmington It was slated at 11 hi. I hat tho Republicans bad car- ! I Delaware and bad clotted Bur i. for congress over Marvel, demo - i. They will control thcDelaware ( j.iUlure which elects tho wuccenHOr o V. S, senator Aloe, Republican. Delaware A large vote was poll ed in Delaware today. Advices ro ;eived tonight from Dover Malo that Democratic candidates for represen Intives weio tlocLcd in the Fourth, Vlfth and Eighth districts. FIOltlDA. JttckbonviJk' All the 10,025; Uopubllcun gain, 329. Four hundred voting precincts In Indiana give Cox, Democrat, 28,671; Slmms, Republican, 34,826; Demo era lie! gain of 27t over 1902. Indiana 320 voting precincts iu ludlaua give Cox, Democrat, 22,330; Slmms, Republican. 27,890. lniliuiiii Ono liundrcd and forty voting precincts In Indiana glvo Cox, Democrat, 9, 632; Slmms, Republi can, 12,435. Fume precincts lu 1902 gave Schoouover, Democrat, 9,746; Btorms, 1,201; Republican gain, 545. Indiana Three hundred nnd twenty products out of 3,372 In In dlana give Cox, 22,360; Slmnif, 25, 890. "i . . , ' IOWA. Iowa Two thousand two liun- glvo Cuninilns, 2S.037; Terr, 24.07G. In 1903 Cummins, 31,381; Sulllvau, Deinocrallc 17,947. or SISTER ml TO YO'J- fr t You an Kvry tlstar Sufftrkif Front Wtnu' AUnMnts. " - )SS& "? ali and if tou hofdwiTk run n(, w tan uu tm mnii i i.-m i i;..-s.-j .mA - . . . f . , ,U uwigivf Wlin I bin mnu I kuo wonmn' sufforloirl ' I bava fouud tha nuru. "-Li"! ?.'?n; "'. tht fima ' '"v0"00" w ww from women ilni-ul, I want tu tell alf wornm 1hu thin euro ou. my readar, tur jrourmiir. your .ii ... .... . " ur tmicr.i i want to tail ion how to eura ounln at borne wlihoui ... non-U! uWK.r. mco cannat uadnrauml worn en a ruOiir'nri. Wh wa woa.ro know Iron.i nnence e know brttrr than n. Anmr Vi1 " J" "tmni ) a aafa and aura cure toe ItucaiTBaM or VVhltUb Slacharraa .IJIcoraUoai.Dla. rawtli.i aloo palna la lha bead, back ami aawt I. ill . . " ervauaaaaa. iraaplng fM. up tba aplaa. aaataacbaly. daatra la ayi bat llhea. waarinaaa. kidney and Maddar traablaa f ?,."e4 tr waakawaaa pacullar to cwr aa. I want loaood nwuau. .w. . atlraly I'M to PrOVS tA lOU IhAL Vntl ati(4 yearaalf at koma. aaally. anlsklv and .). ntxer, that It will eaal a awtbloc to clc tba bit to ootiuoafl t will eo you uoly about la our work or owucaUoo. and i vui aDd ym lha I will alaq crod yon Iraa Ilohion Tho flrat towu In Massaa- cbuselta to bo heard from was Masli pee, which cast 48 votes for Guild, tho Republican, for governor to 3 for Morun, the Democrat. Last ycar'B voto was Guild. Republican, 43; Bartlctl, Democrat, 7. Tea cities and towns In Massachu setts glvo Guild, Republican, 2,936; Moran, Democrat, 2,414. Last year, Guild, Republican, 3,727; Bartlctt. Democrat, 2,149. Boston For governor forty out of 354 cities and townships givo Guild 13,126: Moran, 8,241. Samo 1905 guYB;"flulld, 1 1,994; Bartlctt 8,645. ' 11 lioston Two bundled and forty citl and town In Massachusetts give Guild, Republican, 88,358; Moran Democrat, 62,432. ..Boston The second five towns in .Massachusetts report big gains for both Guild and Moran compared with tlgurcs one year ago. The vote was Guild, 255; Moran, 87. Lust year duild. 152; Bartlctt, 42. For lieu tenant governor, Drapcr,213; Brown 61. Third town to bo roportcd was Millls. Vote for governor, Guild 116; Bartlett, 48. Republican (Juin. Boston Tho first five towns out of 253 lo report tho voto on governor gave Guild, 609; Moran, 212. These towns last year gavo Guild, 501; Burtlott, 179; Republican gain, 108 and Democratic gain, 33; net Rcpub- Hcuu gain, 75. IkiHten Two hundred and twenty cities and towns in Massachusetts givo Guild, Republican, 70,803; Mo ran. Democrat, 4 1.6S5, Alassacliusetl.N Two hundred and six cities and towns iu Massachusetts give Guild, Republican, 93,055; Mo ran. Democrat, 65,604, Samo last year, Guild, 84,840; Bartlett, Demo crat, 61,312. - ' . , . - MICHIGAN. 'J i Detroit Governor Warner, Ro- .TWO pieclucls Of 'the l lM-llUl 1011- giesslouai: district glv clpTi. Dein- ocrat, 150; Coudiey; Rrpubllcnn, 'ji: ..SI, Louis- -S. Veil imiiiitJ out u! 405 In the city of St. Lo give vvoodson, -.Democrat, fur mpivin court, 60or Ki'pulsli, Republican, 437. . . hlUIMIt I sldo of Kai court judil 3,413; Kcul i For congTii.' 2,4 76; RepuljOiuai: -I fly -a W sh, oriy precincts in City, for supreme iod:ion, Democrat. Itepublican, 3, 32(1. Wallace, Democrat. 9S Si. Louis-JsiAmily-lVuii- out. of I2i lirecincls In the Klonal djylrlill k F.lcrcnlii congros- vo Neville, Deino' publlcaii, has1 carried by a majority of 6,478 the cities of Lansing, Hills dalo nnd Adrian, which bo lost in 1904 by 172 votes. The vote is only two-thirds of that of 1901. Detroit Ret ems from 121 p re lucts out of 1S76 givo Warner, Re publican, for Governor, 67,800; Kim merly. Democrat, 46.4S.S. ', 1 t. MINNESOTA. era?, 7.391; I Caulfleld, Republican, C.979. Two hundred and seventy-five pre cincts out of 405 lu the city of St. Louis give Woodson, Democrat, 25,- r.r.r. , , t. T. . uoo, ituiu.a, itepuuiicau, s, ju Elghty-threo precincts out of 112 In tho Eleventh congressional dis trict givo Novillo, Democrat, 8,fi"3; CaultieTTi Republican,' 8,130. " Missouri City of St. Louis, 1 prt cl nets ot tho loth cougrennIonaI dis trict gafd Coalo, Democrat, 201 ; Bar It Id siiiieil from reliable souwb that Lake, Democrat, for congress mi Ninth district ticket, Is elected over i'liiikell. by 1.200 majority, a '.a Inst about 200 Rfpiihllt an ina.iorliy Iwo years ntri. Salem On m I y , , Sim tc! a ry of the, l! -Jill Ii tc all emujly edn.inll ii, .vt. m. i i'k i)h' lullowiii-' piuralltlts In Salem ioiirv: 1 1 1 im n (l-ii I -r ir. r, .. pilbli. nil. mel.iber Of longi'e,-.s, 100; Rld.-'rway, Itepuiillraii, nifmber of as sembly , ."inn. Comp.iied will) t. election oi' ! U 1 lio v.-s osa !., tl(. Ko. publican party ol' about I ti o vol, s for member of coin: p"-'s ,ml a.'seiu-bl.i. L'iitoii .let fry, editor of the Camden Tout, teb graphs cMlmnled (ilurallty of Loink iirti.ier, Republican, for con xress, 7b0. Oilbb, Jones uud .le:s, Republicans, members of the assem bly. . Jeiey ' t My .Ii I'hi y Ci'y went pcniocrutle from 4,0tm to 5, nun. Hudson fouidy Is Demo l aiie by 10.. o(y o 12,ooti. MoniiKiuth County Ivilimates 111 Mivnumuth conuly tdimv Howell, Re- ) hi lJ i-nn . for congress, 1,500 plural ity over DaJd Harvey. Jr. Entire Republican ticket conceded by about I he same majority. Chairman At.hley of Mm Republl can county committee for Mereber county, estimates pluralities of Wood fur congress. U.OOO; Barber, Burku and Thompson, nil Repub assembly, s.tiuo. ww a nrs,--A a. - M AVVKbY & KENYOjI FURNITURE CO.. 504 POLK STREET. UNDERTAKERS and F UNERAL. DIRECTOR LICENSED EHBALMERS. Ambulance Calls Receive Prompt Attention. i nunii u rUGIIT PHONE J18. I FIRE INSURANEC I McKnight 5: Williams, rl ?4 OLD LINE COMPANIES. R UOO.MI. 1214 I Ml .KSTADT IUJII I)S, BIBB & WHITESIDE, Real Estate and Loans, INSURANCE. Suits 7, Olivcr-Eaklc Uuildinfj:. Telephone 79, nis, for -. !' NORTH DAKOTA. Forgo- -Five wai'ds in Giand Forks give Burke. Democrat, fo,- gov ernor, lit majority over Carles. Samo wards ;:lvo Flsk, Deinocrul, l'oi supreme judge, 7.MI m.ijoilly over Repiihlb a n. OHIO. thold, Republican, 603. ' 564 pro ducts out of 122 in the 12th con grcssionni district gives Selph. dem ocrat, 3576; Coudery, rejmblbyin, 3C16. 31 precincts out of 121 in the 11th dlctrlct give Novillo, democrat, 3479; Cauldfleld, republican. 2171. CCprcclncts out or 403 glvo Woodson, democrat. 5927; Kennlsh, republican 55,577. St. Cliurles comity Gone Repub-, llcan by 1200, a loss of 400. St. Louis Two hundred nnd five iMecmeia.ou-, ot 4Ua, Mr supreme court, give Woodson, Democrat.. 20, 490; Kennish, Republican, 22,720. Scvonly-clght precincts In tho Elev enth congressional district irlve Sclph, Democrat, 6,393; Coudrey, itepublican, 6,707. Iu the Twelfth congressional district Neville, Dem ocrat, 7,270; Citulficld, Itepulllcau 6,707,. Twelve Precincts out of 33 in Green county, for supreme court Woodson, Democrat, 1,433; Kcnnish Republicau, 1,526. fM. JamiN J0;25 p. in. Partial returns from tho Ninth congressional district indicate, ,icelee,Uou of Con gressman Champ-Clark, Democrat, .MONTANA. jmite--iueomi)Iera returns from the state Indicate tho election of Con- gressmaiji Charles N. Tray nnd H. C Smith, candidate for atato suiireme court. Republicans annear to he mokinu gain 4 throughout .the slate NEBRASKA, watdiaamtot u 1 rou eaa attSO), ied. It our u, iMt;n whloh twfi MTUlaf lfeejiirutlor liiiSenfA mil. atrooa-, plump aod robust. . I,,., ,4 m. ...-tt5 a fllaaaaaa. afd nakaa voman it wp.y woman aaffiw and ho ik. . -'r.,- "1 .1. .- m-wht uiuamuona anow iifli. f rou eaVStnJlr"TJ,?; " doeuir ay-- Yoa Hual ka M opara. temedj. It ouraa U, aid r imn, n Mi-ll "? "IT onj"la wit my bona AiwuliMepj(.ruuoir la YbuM 5iSi 1P?n?!.i,r,?S0t?'vOreB Sleknwa and Painful or jt .Wberawerrom lira. I.a "M,'W nmmt nutu uuuuy, PIU1DP UJ rolmstL Juat Mil .,7... . - -. malt UHW wnml "jnt.". NotrOam, lnl.,U..SsA. - . am IVU1T. M. Paul Nino , precincts outside tha Twin Cities give Cole, Republl can, for governor. 441; Johnson Democrat,1 o 01. " . MinnettjmloV-Tawnc', Republican, elected for; congress invthe first dis trict. iK . st.j raul Three liundrcd and ninety-six precincts give Johnson, Dcnirn'rat, for governor, 3,102; Colo, Republican. 1.979. ot. nml The chairman of the Demcu'vallc state conimltteo claims Johnson is elected by 40,000 plural ity. Sixty-nine prcclncU outside of the Twin Cities give Johnson, 5,981; Cole, 2,72 4. Five precincts in Min neapolis give for mayor, Jones, Re publican, 561; naynes, Democrat, 614. St. lunl Fifty-four precincts out- a shows Republican galus. .OrHuliitr-.FJvui precincts in Omaha and ' Doitis .cp.Otit.v ivo' Sheldon, Rcjpublitvui, for govcruor4 79; Shal- V" Oiualiii ''en-' precincts out side ojt Omaha, and Dougla's's counties gives Sheldon, 4, J 5 7 ; Shallenberger, 4,316; Sixty precincts outside of Cincin nati, Cleveland, Columbus and Tole do give Thompson, Republican, 4,369; Ilosklns, Democrat, 3,006; Republican gain.' S5 7. Ohio Hamilton couniy, 17u6 pre cincts out of 2350 give Thompson, republican. 20,4 21; Hoskins, demo, crat, 21,114. 'lnciniia(l 103 preclncls outside of tho four largest cities give Thomp son, republican, 13,707; d Ho.klns, democrat, 11,53 9. Ohio Hamilton county, -too pre- cincts, Thompson, Itepublican, 5,909; Ilosklns, Democrat, 4.7N1. Samao last year, Republican, 5,830; Demo crat, 6,322; Republican tain, 1.6S0. Ohio shows Republican gains over ast year. Republicans expect plu rality of 75,000. Ohio City ()f Cincinnati, 206 pre cincts, Thomas, Republican, 2,563; Ilosklns, Democrat, 2,135. Same last year, Republican, 3,126; Demo crat, 2,652; Democratic gain. 341. Eighty precincts outside of tin dnnatl, Columbus, Clevelund aud To ledo, Republican, 5,751; Democrat l,il29. Samo last year, Republican 5.S75; Democrat, 6.011; Republican gain, 1,091, - J tunklin .County Forty precincts Reintblican. 3,597; Democrat, a, 502, Same in 1905, Republican, 4, SO Democrat, 3.699; Democratic gain, i : : ; Cincinnati The J'ost nays Long i elected to congress, Tun precincts In Cincinnati glvo Thompson, Repub licau, for secretary of state, 1,413; Ilosklns, Democrat,. 1,017. Franklin County Eight hundred and six precincts glvo Taylor, Itepub lican, for congress, 2,498 plurality; 115 precincts to hear from. O;io hundred and twenty preccincts outside of tho lour largest cities give Thompson,- Republican, 9,691; Hos: (ins, Democrat, 8,186. Samo last year, Republican, 10k4 16; Democraut, ,251; Republicau gain, 1,3.13, Livens County Two Ji uud red and four '..precincts, Thompson, 1,296; Hoskins. 66S; Republican gain, 600 bad 3i,l 17 plur.ility In Philadelphia and S S. 1 t 1 lu the Mate. Pennsjhaiila, Independence League ticket pulled -Ili.OOO votes. Pennsylvania has selected Stuart. Re publican, for governor. Plillatlelnhi Indications are that Emery I democrat) for Governor will carry Lackawanna couniy by iOnil; Nichols fdeiiiiicrat) for Coiij'ivs, by 5ou. .Philadelphia Chairman Black of Ibo Republican thy committee Isaued, a .statement claiming Stuart, has car lied tho city by more than 50. ouo I and Rotan by not less than la.oini RHODE ISLAND. Republicans will control both branch es of tho legislature. Rhode . Island Governor Filer, Republican, Is reelected. KOCTIT CAROLINA. Columbia -Eutlro slate Democrat ic ticket, undoubtedly elected. Vote light. Prompt Serfe When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwiso to call for your package, we don't say "All Right," and then wait for two days befor we come for it. Ve call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry-and wo deliver the laundererl clothing at the time, affreed upon. Good work and prompt ser vice doo3 the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. Troy Steam Laiindry. Phone 42. 1 SOITH DAKOTA. Siiuiv Full Crawford, Democrat, for governor and Republican slate ticket, elected, but by reduced Ma jorities. Sioux Fulls- At 11 o'clock less than 150 of 1,-100 precincts in ibis state had reported. Republicans will have a largo majority In lec.lslaliire which elects IV S. senator. Sioux Falls, S. D. Tho Dally Re- publican claims Crawford, Republi can, nnd entire state ticket elected by 30,000 majority. i r i ; . SEPTEMBER 3, ' MISS JONNIE CARTWRIGHT 2 u V (J Oiadua'.r el the Nabvillf Conservatory will nneu tier claw in 8 PIANO. HARMONY an J VOICI. STUDIO AT MRS. ED KIRK'S, I109 POLK. TEXAS. I'unyoii City Total vole cast, 17S. For governor; Campbell, 148; Gray, 14; Pearson, 4. First, amendment, for 29; against 9. Second amend ment, for IS; against IS. Third amendment, for 20! against 15, George L. Abbott, the Independent candidate for .sheriff, got 21 votes. Trie entire Democrat tc ticket w. elected In the county. Lorkncy .For - governor: Camp- hell, f'S; Gray, 5; Acheson, 4: Pier- fon, 2; Edwards; 1. I'ongrosis: Ste vens, 5S. lioydada--For governor; Camp bell, 50; Cray; 8; Pierson, I; Ed wards uud Acbi son,, 0, I'or exemp- llon" aniOndmcnt, .17; against, 6. Jury tax amendment, for, S; against, 11. Pay amendment, for S; against. 0. Tulia, Texas. Nv, 7.--Entire Democratic, ticket was elected. Had very light voto. ALFALFA SEED. I have nou-irrie.ale.d AlfalU Seed of niv own raising ff,r sale. Seed of j-ood mmlity and rle.ni. Can't fill orde'r lor less than i lo pounds. All H-rd shipped iu double .-.arks. SIMMONS. J. M. Mullock, Han-iford C.. Te$. OKLAHOMA. NEW SIEXICO. Santa Fe Tho weather was clear and mild. Tho frct that ono out of every hundred voters was a candidate for office explains the Intense Inter est Ufceri la the local contest. Thero was apathy on thestatohood question, but New" 'Mexico 'voted for the HaiMlImn. act by - a good majorit'. Albuquerque Returns from soven counties out 'of twenty-five in New Mexico give joint statohood a major ity of 2,500. .. . '. . '.. . Reports received indicate that the territory win g0 for joint statehood from 4,000 to 7,000. El Hello .TUO Soelullsls Seem to bo making heavy Inroads on the Democrats in the mining. camps of tho touch, it is believed almost tho entile registration of tbo state voted. Oklahoma Ciiy Completo return; from eleven districts Democrats elect ten. Republicans one. vKiaiionm uty jounsou, secre tary of tho Doraocratlc territorial commit too, claims Democrats will elect 78 out of 113 delegates to the const Kutionpl convention. TENNESSEE . . Republicans elected congressman in first and second districts. Demo crats all others excepting the eighth, which is in doubt. . Memphis Returns from 31 out of 93 counties give Patterson, democrat 11,400 majority. Brownlow re-elec' ted to congress by a large majority. SEED WHEAT FOR SALE Same wheat as .sold Tvlry Reynold for !iis lijr. rrojt W's lniahcb tier acre. ' Tin-.. Mill and Elevator Co., recoui ipciia tuis.wln'at, write to' ' ,v Arply-tri.' A S. BASSETT.J Ama,rillo, T reclceilou figlil: voto nnd certain eight Democratic tiotigroKFincn, t urns slow. ' . - ' .',V WISCONSIN, 'f Re. VENNSVLVANIA. H 1 I'luladclidtia Scattering returns In tho city Indicate large Republican gains compared with last fear, whou Berry, Fusion, .for stabt treasurer, I TAIL Salt Lake lu Salt Lake tin; fight is bctwoeu the Mormons and anti- Mormons, and in Ogden also. A large per cent of tho vote polled was before 10 o'clock. Tho voting ma chines were used for the rirst time In both cities. T VIRGINIA. Richmond Returns show very -M i' aukee Early. yuplWi, -Jro m 8( veral Interior 4owu:faid;Vl1lfis in Wiseonsitt show- .l)alfl3olin:':if'ublia can, for governor, i-n'njjHng.;wi tu one aginst Aylward, pe'raoorlifi i Milvviiultce Ntncty-ivQ 'pre'ejinctj in Wlscousln pulsjdiWijfj Mllwiiukei glvo Davidsoii, Repubruwai'-frr.' govt ernor, s.175; AyJow'arrt,' 'jbtlriorrall. 4,75 L ',.l':j''f " ' I 5L"waukcc Forty itrc'cltflitf la th Third ' congressional ' dfs(!ct giv Babcock, Republican, ,i,-iq,f j'Jfturprt jf Democraf, 2,573. 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