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. . s THE OMAHA DAILY BEE SEVENTEENTH YEAE. OMAHA , THURSDAY MORNING , NOVEMBER 10 , 1887. NUMBER 145. RETURNS STILL COMING IN , But Llttlo Quango In the Result as Already Given. GRANT LOOSES OVER I5.OOO. Now Jersey's IjOKlBlnturo Itcpittillcan lly Hcvcittocit on Joint Ballot licttcr l'lK i"Cki From All the Other State * . In tlic Stnto. AIIMNOTON , Neb , Nov. 9. [ Spceial Tele- pram to the Bi F. ] The vote in this pre cinct was : Maxwell81 , O'UayKl ' , Bstcllo I'-'O , Hopewell 161 , Ballou ; i > , Hancock Oa , Wake- ley 118 , Groft 115 , Doano 112 , Sllckois M , HairlsKI , Davis 81 , Kobcrts 81 , NowcllS , Hilton 8. lt.\in , Neb , Nov 9 Washington county six precincts heaul from complete : Maxwell , supreme Judge , MO ; O'Day ! WW ; judicial tlekit : Wakcle-i 5" , Groff r > ll ( , Uoano 4'J" > , Hopewell V/l , Kstcllo 3'H , Ballou 373 , Han- lock ! 1TJ ' 1 ho following ofllcors ale elected : Jai'khon , trcasuier , Schneider , shei Iff From' informution i-e < ei\ed fiom other piecinets , the icHiblican | state ticket will ha\oGOOma' jority. Thepeoplo'sjudlelal ticket will carry the county by BOO majority. Tf KiM * n , Neb , Nov. 9 The vote In To kamah piecin < t stands : Ballon , 140 , IXeilo 82 ; Haiuock , 75 ; Wakclcy , 2.W , Giofl , 211 ; Doane , 171 , and Hnpewell 279. SruiMinn.1) , Neb , Nov i ) Sarpy county , Spilngilcld township Judgessupiemeiouit , O'Dayb'l , Maxwell M ; icgents , Slicker S-t , Harris 84 , Davis 5S , Hobcrts BS , Newell nnd Hilton ( prohibitionists ) ! 12 each : for judge Third judicial distiict , Wakcley 151 ! , Oioft Us , Doano 124 , Hopewell 134 , Ballou . " , Bstellu 4(1 ( , Hancock ( i" > . LiNCOiv , Neb , Nov. 9 - [ Special to the BPI' . ] The day has been occupied in count ing the de.ul and Ih ing paitli ipants In tlio 10- cent election. The bad weather and the con dition of the toads made it Impossible foi tlio countiy precincts in the county to report until to day , and the llgnres published in the BEK yestciday vaty but slightly. Judge Maxwell will have at least 2,200 ma jority o\ei O'Day in Lancaster county , his vote being fully as lingo as Goveinor Thay- cr'sajcar ago. The piohibitionoto has shrunk away and Instead of having the bom bastic 2,000 votcb in the county , claimed by tholr orators , their vote w ill not excccU ( A)0 ) and is a radical falling off fiom foimer elec tions. The dcmocititle vote was vciy light and onc-thiid of the republican vote was not cast. The ri turns from the country precincts show that not over a half n vote was polled in tlic dlflerent precincts. As closely ns the cnnvatis wns made1 , the sc ratching on the dls- tiict judgcship pu/lnl both sides until the count was made. Sam M. Chapman icceives about 2,200 majority in the county , notwithstanding that the democrats voted for Hajden and had his name pn all the tickets The contest between Field and Sawjcr. whcio the light centered , 10- sulted in Field carrj ing all the city wards with a majority in the city over Sawyer of 057 , Tlio country precincts , which uro all in butthiecgivo Ficld211miijoiitywhich | added to his city majority , gives htm bu8 majoilty over Sawyer In Lancaster county. Tele- guphio rcpoits fiom Cass county leeched at republican headquarters indicate that Field is ahead of Sawjer in Cass county about 275 , nnd the latest report from Otoo county indl- e-ated tint Saw\er bad can led that county by II'iO. which will lea\o Fields majority in the district ubout bOO. The fact that Mr. Sawj cr campaigned ca an anti prohibitionist in Cass nnd Otoo counties and tied up with the prohi- qitlonista In this county , Is asserted by many to bo one of the principal causes that eontub- utcd to his defeat , and the \ oto in the city would Indicate that thcro was a ic.ictiomny feeling abioad from the time when Saw i or was elected imi or. Tlio icpubllcan county ticket has majoiitlcs in the eutiie county innging from 1BOO for Melick , for sheulT , to 2,500 for Kockc , for treasuier. A great many demot'iats not Bntisficd with the lemovnlof Humphrey , democratic candidate fru-tieasurer In favor of Helirer , the piohi- bition candidate , to offbct the withdiaw.il of one of tlio prohibition candidates for Judge in favor of bawjer , voted the republican ticket and laigely aided in building republi can mnjoiitics. In the city Sircr , for clerk of the courts , has l0i : ! ( majority ; Bell , for county clerk , 1,8.11 ; Melick , forsheiiff , 1,0 * . ) , and Hncko , for ticasurur , 1BUS. Stewart for county Judge , Knight for register of deeds , Dlckson for commissioner and the minor nominees on the republican ticket hae majorities nvoiaging with the icst of the w ticket. Three precincts , Slovens Cicck , 1 Buda and Stockton , nio jet to bo heard fiom A and as soon ns the retuins me in County Clerk Boll w 111 proceed to the canvass of the vote so thnt the oftlcial \ oto will bo know n in a very short time. Judge Chapman nnivcd In the city yestei day from Plattsmouth and was the recipient of many congratulations. ALUION , Neb , Nov. 9. Boone county gave thu state nud judicial republican ticket a ma jority of 500. The republican county ticket is elected. GitAMi IsiA\n , Neb , Nov. 9. [ Special Telegram to the Bisi : . ] The lepubllcans of Hall county have elected a full ticket with the exception of shciilf. by maloilties rang ing fiom two to tlnco hundied. This city was \ cry close. The republicans elected all thosuporvisois , but the democrats had ten mnjoi ity on the w hole ticket. It is n i opub- Hc.m victory , ns the democrats fully ex pected to carry the county. The vote was heavy , and both patties worked hntd. Aunoiu , Neb . Nov. 9 [ Special Telegram to the lire ] The election passed off very quietly in Auiora and tluoughout the count v. H wns a dull , drizzly day , nndciy llttlo dcmonstiation was manifested , although a full vote was polled , both prutks being de termined totestthe mcasuroof theirsUength. The democ-nits made a determined effort to elect the shei Iff , W. 7. Pollard.mul the coun ty superintendent , Miss Lou Aiiiii'l. Many republicans supi > oitcd Miss Armol because Bho Is n woman , and nsPollnid had been sheriff oni'o bofoie , and a very good one.bomo of them seemed to think ho should bo again. This pu'cinct is conceded to the democrats byaoventy-JUoorn hundied majority. An- roia product cast the largest vote It em- palled , 407. ICiuii.NRT , Neb , , Nov. 9 [ Special Tele gram to the BKB. ] The election passed off quietly hero to-day. Only bo's votes polled The republican and people's county tickets are close , Theio was a great deal of sci ateh- Ing. The counting is slow. [ _ fl\Q lepublicau fctato ticket is ahead. Lour CITV , Neb , Nov. 9. [ Special Telo- cinmto the Buu. ] Sherman county diets the entire fauncis and tax pajcrs' tic-kit by a good majority Stalwaitlsm counts for nolhiug heio. The people voted for men , not paity. Iloi.nnntr , Neb , Nov 9 , [ Special to the Bi.K.J The election In this county passed otT very quietly , but llttlo if any o\crntwo- tlulids votes being polled. The full repub lican ticket Is elected by a hinidhoino major ity , according to picbent indications. Ho- turns HI-O not in , jot from half of the town ships. Judge Giiblln oijd Mr. HopwooJ te- ceivcd nearly every vote illU ( ( > county. Nontoi.K , Neb , Nov. 9. [ isacclal to the Bn.J Heturns are coming in very sio7r ! > - . It is thought that tn this ( Madison ) inunty the democrats hao elected their candidates lor shei id , tror.suver , clerk , Biiporintendent and iKissiblyothoi-s. Nothing has been 10- roiu-d to indicate , the result of the judicial tlcki > tin thlft distiict. It Is bolluved. how ever , tlmttbo republicans havo.elected Pow ers and Non It. Cruw ford'a vote in this city jell below thjj esthnuto of his fjiends. His vote in this piocinct was 840 ; Powers , Ml ; Noiris , 2-41. Q'Daj'sinajprity o\cr Maxwell to tills precinct U 1.H7. SuvAiin , Neb , Nov. 9-Special [ to the PIK , [ The entire iepal'llcnii ticket in this ' "elected by wajoiItU > s of fiom OHO CUB'y U wu the fir l tuuu iu years that all the republicans \otcd. The democrats now admit that their smut mill veij materially injured them. A bitter light was waged afralnstC. B. Hollmun , candidate for county Judge , but after all the cffoits against him. ho made his light clean-handed and triumphed. For jcais the democrats had thootlUcsof county eleik and sheriff but to day Cooper In the foimer and Smiley in the latter have the honor of redeeming them for the republicans The entile vole has not jet been i CM oh i-d hero so that the exact llgtncs cannot bo given. The entire county vote \ \ 111 fall BOO short of one year ago The court house bonds ma poi hup * de feated by n small majority. Republicans will have a good woiking majority In the boaul of supcivlsois. The city of Seward polled 4 10 vet < s of which the republkans re ceived 2')0 ' ) , the democi ills 1 14 and the prohi bitionists 12. Flit MOS r , iVeb , Nov. 9 [ Spot ial Telegram to the Bi i : ] Olllclal icturns from Dodge county show the elc < tlou of treasurer , clerk and supeiiiitendent by t lie tepulil leans. Tim democrats get the balance of the ticket. Judge Mai shut has received ictuins fiom the fouith judit ial district sufllclent to to show his election by at least 1,700 majonty Uodgu county gives him MH ) maloi it < , . alt the other countlc's in the dhtiict give him majorities jut Platte DAKOTA Cm , Neb , Nov. 9 [ SpoMal Telejri am to the Ui.t ] The i etui us are not all iu from ovei the county , but fiom ic-liable reports the full dcmoci atic ticket with the 'xception of sheriff , was elected. In Om idl precinct about 100 Winiiebago Indians \oted , each one liciiig swoin and their votes challenged. The pi comet will no doubt bo contested. Thu lulUwmg county ticket was elected : Treasurer , Frank Dovej ; eleik , Joseph P Twopijr , shcrilT , Nic-k JMiaslleld ; supei liitendent , William T B n tlett ; e-oronor , 1'iaiik Saw\ei , Judge , C B Wilbur WM. . , Neb . Nov 9 [ Spicial Toleeram o the Ui i' J Alaxwell's majoilty in Wajno county is over ! iuo Nun Is has piobabh 150 majoiitj o\ui Ciawfoul , The people's ticket was elected , with the exception of county su perintendent , by a majority of fiom 10 to 150 Tin1 miijoilty of the candidate for supci in tendcnt was 200. It Is leported that Ciaw- foid is snowed under in the distiiet , 1'AiitiaiiY , Neb , Nov. 9. [ Special Tele- ani to the Bi i- J The lotuins of iester- i's election aie In. B\cii caudidalo on the straight republican ticket state , county and pictinct is elected. Not for fifteen jeais ha\e iciublic-.iiis ] elected their en- tiio ticket until ye-btei d.iy and tht\j \ feel much elated. Pi usvir.w , Neb , Nov. 0. [ Special Tele- giam to the Bi.r ] Thu vote of jcstotday being badly be i atehcd , results in the elt ction of the democratic cleik , tieasuier , slienff and commissioner , all having a laigo majoilty , ex cepting bhenil , which was very close. DmnCm , Neb . Nov. 9 [ Special Tclc- gi.nn to the BLL.J The election huio was hotly contested. Tlnce piecinets uiovet unheard from , but It is evident that the icpublicaiib have can led the county by 100 inajoiity. The vote on Maxw ell is estimated at about 1,2V ) , on Marshall 1,315 , Post 1.2J7 , Gllkeibon 1,15- , Sullivan lo ; J The repub licans have elected the until o county ticket. Last year the county went 100 demociatie and this jear not over fifteen straight dcmo ci .itu1 tickets were polled. PA I'll LION , Nc-b , Nov. 9 [ Special Tcle- giam to the Bi.L.l The Judges finished the oftlcial canvass of the vote of Sarpy county this evening with the lollow ing results : The e-ounty is democratic on the btato ticket by 'JJ majority. Of the judicial candidates Hopowull received 1,135 , votes , Wakclov 7(8 , Gi off 744 , Doane 710 , Hancock tell , Kstclle 441 , Ballou 507. The demociats earned the eountj ticket except Judge , clcik and com missioner. The olllcci select are : James Hnsxctt , judge ; S. O. Salisbury , clerk ; A. J. Speaiimiu , tieasuier ; J. S Walner , coioncr ; J. W. Now man , supcoinlendent ; Ilow.nd Whitney , sheiitf ; J. D. Pattcison , county surveior ; John Wind , commissioner. GIU.NU Itfi.AM ) . Neb , Nov. 9 [ Special Telcgiam to the Bur. ] The icpublicans in Hall county elected their entire ticket , with the exception of sheriff and superintendent of public instruction. The republican city ticket was a clean sweep by n large majoilty. NrmusKv CITY , Neb. Nov. 9 [ .Special Telcgiam to the Bur ] The county retuins are all in. The republicans elect judge. tieasuier , tlcik , eoi oner , commissioner and surveyor , the dcmoci .its distiict clc-ik , sheriff , county superintendent and recorder. The piohibition vote was n largo incieaso ov er two j cars ago. Sawj cr , for district Judge , has u majoilty of about 400 in the county. KKAIIXEV , Neb , Nov. 9 [ Special Tele- giaui to the BKI : ] Uctuins aio all in but tluco townshijis. The btato ticket is elected bj a good majority. Huston , icpublican for lount.y Judge , 34 ahead , ui lines , people's candidate lor trcasuier , about 500 ahead Vciyclobo between Wilson , republican , and Schais , pcoplo'3 candidate for slienff. Uankin , icpublican for oounty cloik , elected by a good majority. Snow , lepubliinn for superintendent , is elected , nndpiobablyNjo , pcoplo'n candidate for cleik of the couit. Ilamcr , for district judge has ubout COO ma- jonty In the eountv over Giccii , dcmociat. BIVTHICC , Neb , Nov. 9 [ Special Tcle- giam to the Buu ] The cntlro county rcimb- llcan ticket was elected In Gage county by majoiitics langmg froui 100 to SOO. B J. Uod- ci ick vas ic elected treasurer , GcorgoBmery ic elected Judge , C. T. Davis re-elected sher iff , F. M. Somers , ic elected coioncr , J. E. Hajcs elected rcgibter. J. H. Holt elected district clerk , Misa Mane Upson elected su perintendent. Bioady for district judge car- lies the county by 400 majority. Appilget comes next w ith about 2,200 votes. Hull has about 1,700 , votes , and Thouuib about li , > 00 votes. AUIIOTU , Neb , Nov. 9 [ Special Telegram to thu Bi i : ] The entlio republican ticke-t is t'lei ted in this county. Miss Armett , for su- pc-iinteudeut. and /Cac. whom the doniociats expected to elect for shciiff , were badly left. Thu republican ticket Is earned by majorities langlng f loiu 210 to 71M. H. H. Hoaidisio- olect' d county clcik by 72-1 majonty. W. W. Shcnderger , whom the democrats expected to beat foi sheiift , is elected by 21(5 ( majonty , C. B B.n ton , whobcat Mrs. Lou Ai met .for count j supciintcnd'-nt , has n majonty of 3J7. This will bo Mr. B.ntson's lifth tcim in Ham ilton county. William II. Hulling * , forclcik of the district couit , has a inajoiity of 140. Ilnivoy Cole is ro elected couutj tie.isurcrby n majonty of 725. F. L Staiks majority for county judge Is 633. D B. Hooks , for county buivc-i or was on both tickets , and of couiso polled the entile vote of the two. Tlio com- misbioiiur , Bd. Hulling , polled the full icpub- licau vote , giving him about 675 nmjoi ity , and the sumo will apply to the coioncr , J. W. Blarton. The proposition to build a jail was iai ricd. The entire vote in the county of the two tickets aggicgato 2,004. aud theio wuio Iiiobably 30 or 10 prohibition votes cast. There is probably in the counts a voting pop ulation of 2,700 , Pi ATTU CIVTEII , Neb , Nov. 9 [ Special Tolegiamto the Bi u. ] The town is ablaze with bontlres , anvils tiring aud the Platte Ci liter brus b mil is parading the streets aud foi the Hist time in the histoiy of Platte county the demociats aio celebrating with the i cpublic ana over the defeat of unpopular nominees on the democratio ticket. It was a Watci lee for bad men and a victory for good men and good gnvoinmcnt. .Suiun.ui , Neb , Nor. 9. [ Special Tele gram to the Bcu.l Iho ictuins for the i ountv are aliout all in and show that the re publicans nave elected Cameiou for county ih'ik and Grocnman for suive.\ . , while the democrats , elect Navoltny for treasurer , Thomas for Judge , I Jeiiiccko for clerk of the distiict couit , Spanglcr for supci intcndent of school" , Folkon for commissioner and Shaffer for coioncr. The vote on distiict judges will be about even. Mai shall will have a small inajoiity nnd Post will fall a little behind. CfNTiui. Cm , Neb , Nov. 9. ] Spfclul Tel egram to the Bhi : J The entire republican ticket U elected by small majorities. A light vote was polled. Prohibition gains about 50 percent in the county and their candidates for treasurer and superintendent ore second in number Of votes. Tlicteis gcneial satis- fac tlon over the iC-'ilts. AUHUIIS- , Neb , Nov. 'j. [ Special Telegram to the IU iThe ] election in'thls CCJ"t.V > es- teiday u as close. The democrats elected 3 treasurer , clerk and sheriff and the ) icpubli- ciniH thp balance of the ticket , The major ities wcio small. The vote on district oDU-ers is us follows : Thomas Applegct bPO , J. S. Stull SVV , J. H , Bi-oady 1,00,2. 0. W. Thomas W" , ( ! . B. nevcridge20 . The vote on state onleeis is not iet In. The piohibltionlsts doubled their vote of last icar. Two pio- ciucts not heard fiom. Lo.xo PJM : , Neb. , Nov. 9. [ Specif Tle- gram to the HER ] Brown county has given fiOO majority on the lepubliean state ticket and 80i ) for all county oillcurs. The principal issue was the pioposition to divide Brown county , but it was defeated by 100. btuoMMiLiici. Neb , Nov. 9. [ Special Tele gram to thu lice. ] The election jesterday , was the most hotly contested of any In the history of Polk county. Four tickets w ere in the field , the union labor and lepublicau being the only onus that stood any show of getting In a man. 1 he retui ns are all Iu and show that the union labor party elected their entire ticket except e-ounty cleik and clcikoftho district court. The icpublicans elected those two officers. Coi.UMiiL'3 , Nob. , Nov. 9. [ Special Tele gram to the BFB ] A split among the demo crats of Plattc county culminated in a fac tional fight of uniolc-iitltig bitterness , the democrats putting up candidates for the county offices that were objectionable to the votcis , while the republicans had u ticket in the lluld against which nothing could bo Urged. A stiict party vote Iu the county would give the demociats 800 majority. The iftiel il canvass Just completed icsults for the cpubllcins in a victoi v with the following iinjontlcM' Gus G Bec-her. treasmur , 8V ; j J. Ciamer , supuiliitcndcnt of public nstiuction , 44. ! ; M Bloedoin , shciiff , 207 ; I. J Hudson , cuuiitj Judge , 131 , F. J. bchug , cot oner , Us. GtniK ROCK , Neb , Nov , 9 Guide Rock ire-unct gives for justice , Maxwell 129 , 5'D.W 21 , Abbott 7 ; distiict JudgeGaslln 57" , Hewitt , piohibitlonist , 8 ; legunts , Davis .27 , Roberts 129 , Slicker 20 , Hairis 30 , N'owcll 2 , Hilton 7. The entlio iepubllc.ni .unity ticket lecuived majoiitics of fiom 0 to 107 , Mi uvt , Nub , Nov 9 The vote of Kilfotl ncclnct stands as follous : Maxwell 174 , O'Dav 92 , Davis 174. Slicker 9J , Roberts 174 , Hams 9.J , Hammer 17.1 , Giccne 9J ; county oiUeeis : Douglass 150 , O'Noll 94 , Penn 12J , Conlev 18.1 , HudvvollUiT , Holland 90 , Bui win 100 , Foi sv th 71 , Rueso 157 , Campbull 109 , Randall 154 , Tajlor 112 , Matthews 170 , Chestant91 UMHtri , Neb , Nov. 9. Tins pice-inet gave i largo majoiity for the icpublican state and county tickets. The piohlbltiou vote has not o than doubled since last j ear. VLA'ASUO , Nub. , Nov. 9 Re-publican major- tyGiaeo precinct , ICultli county , foi Judge supicmu court , Maxwell , 17. Regents , David , 15 ; Roberts , IS. Judge Tenth Judicial listrlct , Homer , 2.1. Poscu , Nub , Nov. 9. Ponca City gives state tickets a republican miijoiity of (10. ( 'onca townfhip republican majoiitv , 10 ; Gn- umi township demociatie majoiity 7 , Hooker ownshlp icpublican majoiitj , 4 ; New Castle ownship democratic majority , 1' ' ) . PioboJulo lepubliean majoiity , Htato ticket , Dlxou county , 200. Lot i' CITV , Neb , Nov. 9 Loup City pro cmct , Maxwell311 , O'Day 70 , Davis309 , Rob erts 809 , Slicker 77 , Hams 77 , Homer 300 , Gi ecu 91 , Morris 171 , Bell 2.30 , Rawsonl75 , Ki-ttell 207 , Pcdlcr 172 , Williams 218. DAVHV , Nub. , Nov. 9 RockCreuk , district ludgo of the supreme court , Samuel Maxwell - well , lepubliean , 34 ; Thomas O'Day , demo ciat , 24. For legi-nt of the state univeisity , B. B Davis , icpublit.in , ill ; Fled L Hariis , demoeiat , 24. Judge distiiet court , Alle-n W. Field , icpublican , 80 ; S M. Chapman , ! ! 4 ; A. J. Sawyer , democrat , ! U , D. T. Hajde-n 21. Pi TL.1IS1IUHO , Neb , Nov. 9 Oakland pic- cinetgivus a republican majority for judge of the supiemo eouit of 2s , lepubliean majoiity for repents of stnto univeisity IS , icpubhtau majoi ity foi judicial ticket 21. JOIISBOV , Neb , Nov. 9 The following is : he vet > fiom Washington precinct : For judge of the supreme couit : Thomas O'Day , lemoei.it , 107 ; Samuel Maxwell , lepublicnn , 110. Foi regents state univeisity : 1C. J. M. Slicker , demociat , 107 ; B. B. Davis , icpub lican , 119 ; Fiud L limns , demount , 107 ; Geoigo Roberts , republican , 119 For judge , west district : J. H. Bioady , domociat. 100 ; Thomas Apple-got , republican , 159 ; B W. Thomas , democrat , 10"i ; J. S. Stull , republi can , 115. For district clcik : S. S Haio , demoeiat , 77 : Bdwaid Jucl , republican , 134. For sheriff : H. Colwoll , democrat , 12.3 ; John "W. Culp , republican , 104. For county ticas- uicr : Sjlvestcr Reg , demociat , 121 : D. O. Cioss , republican,93. , For county clerk : B. J. Johnson , demociat , 103 ; William Ficcnmn , lepubliean , 120 For commissioner thud dis tiiet : T. F..Buress , demociat , 91 : M C. Huitlcff , republican , 124. For county judge : B. J. Johnson , dcmociat , 101 ; J. S Cliuuh , republican , 12.3. For superintendent of pub lic instruction : "W. M. Mooio , demociat , 99 ; J. T. Mclvm , republican , 129. For county survc-yoi : S Gilbert , demociat , 104 ; D. R. Oppc-iinan , lepublium , 131. WIIUMM , Nub , Nov. 9 Whitney pie- cltn t polls for Justice of supiemo c-ouit , Max well Ib9 , O'Day 69 ; regents state univer sity B B. Davis ISO , Hams SO , George Roberts 1 9 , J. M. Slic-kcr b9 ; for Judge of the Twelfth distiict , M P. Kiukaid 191 , E. S Ricker 99 ; on the piohibition ticket also that for justice of supreme court polled 9 votes ; for ic-gcnts of state innve-i sity , Newell and Hilton 9 votes each. Total number of votes cast 2 > 7. CIIVIWON- , Neb , Nov. 9. State ticket re publican picciiict 4 inajoiity ; demooiat , O'Daj 2 2 ; republican , Maxwell 299 , blickcr 2s7 , Hams 2sr > , Dam 295 , Roberts 295 , Ridker 290 , Kiukaid 804. Ovioui ) , Neb. , Nov. 9 Dexter precinct , state oftlcuis , icpublican majoiity bO ; icgents W ; Judges of supreme couit 07 : republican majority , county ticket. Republicans me ahead on all but county Judge who has 87 democratio majoiitv ; Maple Creek , Rich- mends and Wilsonv illo precincts give 14 re publican majoiitv. MAX , Neb , Nov. 9 Maxwell 23 majority , Davis 19 majority , Roberts 2i majority , Coch- rano 5J majoiity , James S West 19 majoiity. O.NO , Neb , Nov. 9. Logan precinct , for Supei Intcndent H. Wish , icpublican , 5 major- itj ; the balance went republican with 4"i inajoiity. The prohibitionists cast C votes. Total votes cast in tlm precinct , 78. UrtCA , Neb , Nov. 9 The majorities in this precinct are all icpublican as follows : Max well ( M , Davis 50 , Roberts 50 , I. L. Nowal , distiict judge , 100 : Figart , county trcasinor , 40 ; Coopur , e-ounty cleik , 33 ; Mciiiam , clerk of distiict court , 52 ; Smiley , sheiiff , 57 ; Holland , county judge , 11 ; Buikctt , superin tendent of schools , 55. Mu\\OOD , Neb , Nov. 9. For justice of supreme court , Samuel Maxwell , re publican , 59 ; Thomas O'Day , demociut , 19. For regents of stnto univeisity , B. B. Davis , icpublican , 59 , Geoigo Roberts 53 , Ficd Har ris , demoeiat. 20 , J. M Slicker 20. For Judge 21 , Justice 4 , judicial justice , JamesCochiano , icpublican , do. HVUVAUU , Neb. , Nov. 9. S. Maxwell 93 majonty for justice of supreme court , B. B. Davis and G. Roberts 92 majority for regents of the state university , Vf. H. Morns H.9 mojority for judges of the Fifth judicial dis trict. All on the icpublican ticket. AKI.I.MITOV , Neb , Nov. 9 Maxwell SI , O'Dav M , Esti'llo t > J , Hope-well KM , Hallou " 0. Hancock 03 , Wake-ley lib , Groff 115 , Slickci M , Hairis5J , Davis SI , Roberts M , Newell S , Hilton 8. Bono Cicck town ship , Butler county , total vote 112 , supreme premo judge , demoeiat t/i , republican 51 , union labor 15 , piohibition 10 ; dibtiict judge , Murbhall 03 , Pobt 54 , Sullivan M , Gilkcbon to , balance labor and prohibition ; legunt university , each demooiat 00 , each icpublie-au 51 , prohibition 10 , labor 15. BXETI K , Neb. , Nov. 9 Majorities for Ex eter piccint are ns follows : For supreme judge , Maxwell republican 10jiege-nts , repub lican 0 ; county treasurer , Murdoek democrat Cs , tountv cleik , Deming democrat 2" > ; dis trict clc-ik , Devoik dcmociat 15 ; shei iff , Car son ii-publlcan 20 ; judge , Conant lepubliean 12 ; superintendent , Loucks lepublicau 21 ; commissioner , Hildreth republican 15. I.SMVN , Neb , Nov. 9 Tlio republican ticket e-aiiicd in this precinct SU to 81. RUSVIU.K , Neb , Nov. 9 Majoilties in Ruthvillo pif-cliiet : Maxwell 7J , Davis 7J , Roberts 73 , Kinkaid 148. ELK CiifcKic , Neb , Nov. 9 The follow In ? are the pluralities in Todd Crook picciiict , Johnson county , Neb. : Maxwell 3J , Davis 'M , Roberts 27 , Broady 10 , Apple-set S ; Goie , district court clerk , republican , 10 ; Giitnes , icpublican. sheriff , 41 ; Sentarcrn. democrat , treasurer , 20 ; Young , county clcik , republi can , 22 ; Godfrey ami Fitheaii tie ; Wilson , county judge , republican , 22 ; Coinpton , county superintendent , democrat , 13 ; Duu- lap , CO'jaty suuejor. republican , 111 ; Stewart , coroner , republican , 22 ; Robb , representative , republican , 2S. BUKCIUHI ) , Neb , Nov , 8 In Plum county precinct , Pawnee county , the republicans carry the iirecinct tby about 25 majority ; Ap- plcget and Stull , for district ! judges , carry the pic-ciuct. In Allies precinct 150 votes were cast : Republican state ticket 41 , democrat 2S < labor < ft , probibitloq 6 , The carry the county ticket by 30 majority. As Judges Applcget and Stull carry the precinct. i.sei , Nco , Nov. 9. Votes cast 211 ; for judpo of supreme court : Maxwell 132 , O'Day 07 ; for regents of the state university , Davis 1JO , Roberts 130 , Slickers 69 , Harris 09 ; for Judge of district court. Kinknld 149 , Rlckor M. SeiiiiiSEit , Neb. , Nov. 9 Thomas O'Dny 1"0 , Samuel Maxwell 60 , J. M. Slicker IS-i , Frederick L. Harris J.M , George B. Roburts 51. B. B. Davis M , J. J. Sullivan 185 , J. R. Gllkcson Ib2 , A. M.PostOO , William Marshall CO. OVKDAI.J : , Neb , Nov. 0. The following Is the vote of this precinct : Maxwell 13.1 , O'Day 40 , Abbott 85 , Slic-kcr 82 , Davis 144 , Hariis 3J , Roberts 14 , Hilton 35 , Crawford 43 , Powers IbJ , Nonls 153 , Maxvcll 85. How EI t- , Neb , Nov. 9 Election returns of Lincoln precinct , Colfax county : Republican , Maxvve-11 4,1 , Davis 43 , Roberts 43. Post 40 , Marshal 40 ; demociatie : O'Day 119 , Slicker 119 , Htnris 119 , Sullivan 110 , Gllkeson 110 One hundred and fourteen votes cast in Reed township for Judge of the supreme tout I. Samuel Maxwell , republican , C7 ; Thomas O'Dav , domociat , 3 ; B. S. Abbott , piohlbltion , 17 ; J. W. Edgerton , union labor , 2. For icgents of the stnto univeisity , B. B. Davis , lepubliean , 57 ; George Roberts , re publican , 57 ; J M. S. Slicker , democrat , 3b ; F. L. Hat i is , demoeiat. 33 ; I. D. Newell , piohibition , 17 ; H. S. Hilton , piohibition , 17 ; Allen Root , union labor. 2 ; Dr. C. W. Mooio , union labor , 2. Judicial ticket for Judges of Fouith Judicial district : A. M. Post , icpub- lican. 00 ; William Mai shall , icpubllran , 04 ; J. J. Sullivan , dcinoctat , 33 ; J. R. GilKlsoti , 80 ; A. M. Wollintr , prohibition , 14 ; G. 1. Wiight , prohibition , 11. Bi N KI I.M IN , Nub , Nov. 9. Returns from Be-nkclman precinct : Maxwell 9t , O'Day ' 7t , Davis 97 , Robeits 9) , Slicker 70 , Harris ? ' , Cochran 102 , Colfe-r 72 For judge of the dls- tnct couit the entiio republican ticket is elected. Tin NTON , Nub , Nov. 9 The follow ing are the u tut ns fiom Ticnton piecinct : Total vote cast 199. Maxwell 100 , O'Dav ' 92 , Davis 10 1 , Robei ts 81 , Slicker 1S5 , Hairis IM , Coch iano 105 This pi cciiiet went democratic by 19" > majority. ' DAIMV , Neb , Nov. 0. The following is the icsult in Euicka precinct , Jefferson county : For Judge of supiemo court. Max well 19 majoiity ; regents of university , B. B Davis , Geoigo Robe-its , J. M. Sticker , F. Hariis ; for clibti let judge , Fifth distiict , W. 11 Morris FAIIIMOST , Neb , Nov. 9 Morris 835 , Vallo 13 , Maxwell 3 r. , Abbott 13. GitiM ) ISLAND , Neb , Nov. 9. Hall county goes republican w ith the exception of shuiiff. Majorities range from 100 to 400. HAIITINOTOV , Nub , Nov. 9 The dcmo ci atic majority in Cedar county is less than 25. WOM' , Neb . Nov. 9 Wajno township , Maxwell 174 , O'Dav 28 ; regents about tlio same. Powers 200 , Norris 1U1 , CravvfoidG4. CAHUOM , , Nub , Nov. 9 Deer Cicek pre cinct No. 20. Wavuo county. Maxwell 21 , D ivis 2J , Roberts 21 , Noins 20 , Powers 'M , Odea Sticker 9 , Harris 9 , Crawfoid 1. NIIVMOUT , Neb , Nov. 0. For judge of the supreme couit Maxwell SO. O'Day 20 ; for re gents of the university Roberts 85 , Davis 81 , Slic-kcr 24 , Harris 24 ; for judge of Twelfth ludlcial disti let Kinkaid 93 , Rieker 14. EMMITT , Neb , Nov. 9 The vote of this precinct for Judge of the supiemo couit wns , Maxwell 01 , O'Day 75 ; for Judge of the Twelfth judicial district M. P. Kinkaid 75 , B S. Rickor 71 ; regents of Btato univeisity T. M. Slicker 74 , T. Hairis 74 , Davis CJ , Rob- rts 02. Bi'KXr.TT , Neb , Nov. 9 Jefferson precinct , Madison county , vote i"Hsfollows : For judge of the supreme touit O'Day 59 , Maxwell 93 ; for regents Slicker l > 0 , Harris 00 , Davis 97 , Roberts 00 ; Judicial , Crawford 04 , Norris 99 , Powers 88 LITCIIIIFTD , Neb , Nov. 9. Result of election in this piecincti. County officers received democratic majority of t > 8 ; state and judicial ticket republleWmajoiityof 100 ; number votes cast 200. HuNni.nv. Neb , Nov. 0 See following from Minden precinct : Supreme judge ; Maxwell 70 , O'D.iy 67 ; state university , Dav is 70 , Roberts 70 , Slicker 57 , Harris 57 , Cocln ano 75. Krsusvw , Neb , Nov. 9 Votes of Kene- saw township : icpublican B9 , demociat 12 , prohibition 87 , independent 21 ; Maxwell's , le- publican , plmality 2J , state regents same and Gaslln , lupublican candidate for judge of the Bighth judicial district , has a majoiity of IH. .Nu.inil , Neb , Nov , 9Ncligh precinct gives the follow ing vote : Maxwell 20" > , O'Day b7 , Abbott 84 , Noins 818 , Povvcis 2VJ , Craw foid 71. Results show a majority of of f i oni 700 to SOO it-publicans in the county. STAMOV , Neb , Nov. 9. Thomas O'Day ' , demociat , 212 ; Maxwell , republican , 270 ; Ciawfoid , dumociat , 212 ; Norm , republican , 29-1 ; Poweis , 50t. Cutu.io\ , Neb , Nov. 9. Election ictuins for county judge aie as follows : Goodlmo , republican , Od ; Mtlvced , democrat , 27 ; Blown , piohibition , 2 ; H.uzaid , independ ent , 9. _ Iowa. Sioux CITY , la , Nov. 9 [ Spec ! il Tulo- gram to the Bt.r.1 The retuins aio not all m as yet fiom nil the voting precincts of Woodbin y county , but sufficient is known t- determine the result as to the persons elected. The following tells the stoiy : Lawrence , republican publican for state senator ; Dr. E A. Rice , democrat , representative ; D. T. Hedges , demoeiat , tieasuier ; D. A. Magee , lepub licnn , hhci iff ; J. J. Joicjan , democrat and labor candidate , auditor jhv.TR , Wuitten , re publican , surveyor ; Piit. Palmer , repub lican , county supenntcnlentj'Spr. Coninff , icpublican , coroner. Th resuit ji goveinor is close , but the dctnocraft nave no doubt cat- lied the county by u small majority. DLIUQI r , Nov. 9 Further retuins do not cliaugo the fiist tlguicg sent nt all. The democrats carry the eouijty by 2,500 and elect their entire county ticketover the union labor party. The latter cany bw ono city precinct. Last spi ing they sw ept every precinct in the city. The demociats now can y the city by about 700. BtuiiN'orov , Nov. 9. Complete icturns from this county give Anderson , demoeiat for governor , 1,21 J majonty , a demociatie gain of 175 The cntlro democratio county ticket is ek'cted except shciiff. Di s MOIM s , la , Nov. 9 Returns fiom 750 of 1,900 picemcts of the state show n net democratic gain of 7b5 The same i.ito maintained in the rest of the state will give Laiabee ( rep ) , for governor , 13,000 pluiallty over Andeibou ( dom. ) , and a ma joi ity of 3,000 over all. The vote of Cain ( union labor ) , for governor , will bo between 9OiiO , and 10,000. F.n nhnm ( prohib } , for goy- einor , will fall under 200 In the state. The legislatmo will bo republican by about 45 on Joint ballot. Polk i-ouuty , com plete , including the city of DOS Moinus , gives MX ) majority on tdo icpublican state ticket , Beirilnll dep ) , for the legislature , has 110 iiinJoiity.aiidCtnnniins ; ( independent ) ,18J ma joiity. The rest of the republican county ticket was elected except sheriff. Retinns at S o'clock this evening from sixty different counties , some complete and some partial , and reporting one-third of the vote of the statu , Indicate 1,1,000 plurality for Lar- labeo over Andei son , democratic , and 8,000 majoi ity over all. Retni ns ' f ram legislative districts at present indicate that the republt cans w ill have ! U of the 50 members of the senate and U'i of the 100 nicmers of the house From present retuins 'tho total poll of the state this j ear will bo 11,000 or 12,000 , less than last j car 11 80 p m Up to this time complete ro returns have been iccelved from llfty-tlneo of the ninety-nine counties of the state These fifty-three counties give Larrabco b7,509 , Anderson 77.44J , Cain 0,124 , Farnham 2U Larrabec's plurality over Atulursoi 10,121 and his majority over all in the-so fifty tlneo countie-H 8,952. These same counties last year gave Jackson , republic an , 9-J,097 Sells , dcmoc rat , 72,030. Further retui ns on Icgislntino show no chnnge m the 40 repub lican majority sent curlier in the evening. New Yprk. AintNi , Nov. 9- Tracy , democrat , is elected to congress by about 2,300 majoi Ity. 1 :30 : a m. Appi oxlinaloly complete returns from all the counties in the state give Cook democrat , for st-eietnry of state , 10,400 plu lality over Giant , republican , a not demo cratic gain of 5.332 , compared with Hill's plurality in 15i5. DKOOKLIX , Nov. 0 The republicans clcc two senators nud the democrats ono. Chapin demQtrat , is elected maj or. Thu i epubllcani elected a kUeiiff and gain ono osscmblj man Ntv YOHK. Noy , 9. The Times , comment lug ou jcstoidaj's auto election , saj s : "Tlio vote of 5'Cfttcrdny serves notice on the rcpub- Ican partjthnt Platt nnd Blalno must bo given up or nil hope of success in the presl- ential campaign next year must bo aban doned. That such notice has been served Is i great gain for honest govci nmeut , not only n this state , but in the nation. " The Tribune says : "In the light of ycster- ny's voting It must bu said that the country eaflliins Its verdict against President Clove- and and party. Wo nee no reason for re-pub- lean dismay in this result. The democrats have won only by the most ticmcndous xcrtlons. " Under the head of "Three Things Settled , " ho World sajs : "Tho result of the election n this state settles three points ns thoroughly is nny political event cnn be settled in nil- ranee. President Cleveland w ill bo renom- tinted by hlspaity. Bhilno will not bo rcnoin- nated by the republican party. Qooigo will not control the election next year. New York is the pivotal state. Cleveland's friends had a complete tiiumph. It seems the Ger man i cpubllcun vote very largely eamo ov cr otho democratic side and vvltti the Inci cased irohibitlon vote much mote than made up ho disaffection caused by the labor move ment. " The Sun &nys ! "Duo credit for the cohe sion nnd confidence that bi ought about the tlorlous result of j osteiday should bo given o Giovar Cleveland , whoso manly and sen sible letter was as timely as it was wise. " The Herald savs : "Tho elections are n com- ) lcto triumph for the administration. Victory s along the whole lino. The national , state and municipal administrations were alike on trial , ind the verdict as regards President Clevo- and. Govoinor Hill and Mavor Hewitt , is 'Well done , good and faithful scrvauts. " Ohio. CINCINNATI , Nov. 9 Complete footings for Hamilton county nro not yet nindo , but enough Is shown to moke it clear that the re- Miblican plurality will be about ten thousand. 3overnor Foraker's vote is fiom ( > 00 to 1,000 be-low the vote of the republican legislative tie-hot. CINCIVVVTI. Nov. 9 The complete foot- ngs for Hamilton county give Foraker , ro- lublican , for govuiuor , u plurality of 0,593 ; von , icpublican , for lieutenant governor , 30,403. Unoftloml returns have been received from nil the counties in Ohio except eight. Esti mating that these counties have voted the same ns in IbS" ) , Foiakers pluiality over Powell will be20,032. . COI.UMHUS , Nov. 9. The republican state committee claim the election of twenti-two senators with n possibility of ono more and sixty-three i cpresentatives. Maryland. BALTIMORF , Nov. 9. Reliable estimates jom throughout the stnto show Jackson's najorlty for governor to bo about 0,000 , the smallest received by any governor In twenty years. Senator Gorman's county is dcmo ci atic by a reduced majoi ity. The call for a constitutional convention was defeated by 5,000. Up to midnight It is not possible to give the total vote cast jesterday. Lcturns from some of the more remote counties are de- ajcd , but sufficient information is at hand tonsure nsuro the election of the democratic state ticket by a m2jority of 10,000 The Icgislatme on joint ballot will have a dcmocratlu major ity of 71 , a lepubliean gain of 14. New Jersey. TIIEVTOX , N. J.Nov. 9. Corrected returns diow that the next legislatuie will stand : Senate Republicans 12 , demociats 9. House Republicans 87 , democrats 23 , Latest rctui ns confirm the report this af- : crnoon on completion of the next legislature. Clio republicans with tvvclve membeis in the senate and thirty-seven in the house will have a majority of seventeen on joint ballot. Vli-Klnlu. RICHMOND , Va , Nov. 9. Two thirds of the state definitely heard from give the demo crats a majority of forty m the gcneial as sembly. RICHMOND , Va , Nov. 9 Additional icturns show that the democrats will have over two- thuds majority iu both blanches of the gen- cial assembly. BOSTON , Nov. 9. Returns from all cities nnd towns in the state show that 205,000 votes weio cast yestei day , 22,000 in excess of last jenr. Ames' pluiality is 17,000. The plu- lality of Bi.ieket , icpublican , for lieutenant goveinor is 22.144 over Cutting , dcmociat. Gubernatorial ictuins from thocntiio state except one tow n , w lilch cast 9 votes last year , gives Ames 131,903 , Lovcnni ? 118,859 , B.ulo 1,072. Maiks 84S ; Ames' pluiality 17,1.09. The house stands 10"i republicans. 12 demo- ciats , 2 independents and one district tied. Tliis shows a lepubliean gain of Sand a demo cratic loss of 11 fiom last jcar. The senate is ! ) republicans and 10 deinocials , a gain of 5 for the icpublicans. Pennsylvania. PiuitAiiri.riiiA , Nov. 9 estimates from all counties in Pennsj Ivania show n phn ality of between 83,000 and 34,000 for Halt ( republl can ) for state trcasuier , a gain of 10000 for the democrats as compared w ith the lust vote for governor. Latest icturns by counties give Hart , re publican 1 for state treasurer , 30,890 pluu'lity over McGi Him , demociatie , u net democratic gain of 0,0 i5. PiTTSmwo , Nov. 9. Tlio republican ticket in Allcghanv county wns elected by a major ity ranging from 2,000 to 5,000. Dakota nnd Division. MIXNEAVOUS , Nov. 9. Dakota election 10- turns show division was can led by a good majority , the principal opposition coming from north Dakota. In south Dakota the v oto in favor of division was very largo. Twenty-five counties voted In favor of local option , and this number will bo increased as the returns come in. The vote cast was veiy light in almost every county , and little ex citement is ic-poitcd. Oregon. POHTIAND , Nov. 9. Later retuins do not change the icsult on the prohibition amend ment , which Is beaten not less than 7,000 nnd perhaps 8,000. , The second amendment , icla- live to the legislature fixing sal.nles , was beaten 20,000. Retuins this evening indicate that the amendment changing the time of holding the elections Is beaten 1,000 to 1,500. - A Congressman and nil Editor Fight. t RICHMOND , Vn , Nov. 9. A personal en counter took plOco on Main street this after noon between Congicssman George D. Wise and William H. Mullen , editor of the Evening Herald , resulting In both being aiicsted. Wise saj s ho had been Infoi med Mullen liad been making Ijing statements in reference to liimsulf and ho dctci mined to whip him for doing so , Hale of a Kaihoael. MAIISIMM. , Tex. , Nov. 9 The Texas & Paclflo w.is sold jesterday to Gcneial WIs- tone , representing the purchasing committee , at $0,000,000 for the eastern division and $ -1,000,000 for the Rio Grande division. It is umleistood the road will bo tun as hereto- foic , and that the pi esont management will be continued , with Govuinor Biown pre'si- dc-nt. National , Toekj Club Itaces , WtsiusoTON , Nov. 9 [ Speciil Tclugiam to the BEE. ] The weather at Ivy Gitj paik was cold and raw. Three quarters of a mileMala won , King of Norfolk second , Haw Icy third. Time 1.15JJ. Ono railo- Harvard won , My Maryland , gelding , second , Bess thii d. Time 1 :425f : . Ono and one eighth miles , htartcis , Dun- boynoand Bainum : Dunboyno won. Time 1 :56 : > ; . Tluoo quarters of a mlle : Bessie Juno won , Glcnmound second , Valiant third. Time -isjf . One'nilo , Frankie B won , Joe Cotton second end , Urait third. Time l Troubles. JoutT , 111. , Nov. 9. It was the Klincfeltor Dlelman company , manufacturers of coin planters , which failed ycstoieay , instead of the Lockstitch F nce company. THE LAST APPEAL FOR MERCY Frlonds of the Condemned Anarch ists Before Governor Oglosby. BLACK'S PATHETIC ADDRESS. It HrliiRs Tours to the KJCA of Ills Auditors Tlio Habeas Corpus I'rocecitliiKfl Yesterday nt tliu Jnll Nlnn. Amnesty Delegate * nt Springfield. SruiMii IKI.I ) , Ills , Nov. 0. A largo crowd stood on the platfonn nt the dcjwt this morn ing waiting to sco the Chicago delegation which has ccmo to intercced with Governor Oglusby in behalf of the condemned anar chists. On the nrrivnl of the train the dele gation nt once proceeded to the capltol. It consists of Captain nnd Mrs. W. P. Black , General M. D. Truinhnll , L. S. Oliver , A. C. Cameron , Mr. nnd Mrs. Richmond , Wllllnin M. Salter , George A. Schilling , U. M. Bnikley , H. Jcslmnnn , 1 * . Knlchrcn , M. Sehindinger , E. A. Stevens , E. Gocttuchcr , John J. Lane , J. H. Buchanan , H. W. Spies , C. S. Spies , Mrs. Spies , Miss Q. Spies , Mm. M. Schwab , Mrs. E. Fischer , Miss L. C. Submldt , and peihaps others. After break fasting the delegation repaired to the capltol , and by 9 o'clock n very largo number of the citizens of Springfield had gnthcied tlioio. At 9:30 : o'clock Go\einor Oglesby cntoied the reception room of the executive depart ment and announced his rt.ullncss to hear anything that the representatives of the con demned anarchists might have to say. There upon Captain Kindt , senior counsel for the anarchists , presented the formal application for clemency of August Spies , Michael Schwab and Samuel rieldcn. Ho stated that it was not signed by 1'aisons , Fischoi , Engcl and Llngg , for the reason , as ho alleged , that they had sent n personal application to the governor nnd theiefoio deemed it unueies- sui.v to sign the petition in question. This pUitlon was quite lengthy. It recited the histoiyof the , alleged offense for \\hich the petitioners had been condemned. It aflltmod that none of them cither threw the fatal bomb or advised its thiovving , that they hud no knowledge of the fact that it was to bo tin own , that they always had counselled nnd encouraged puuu Considerable space \\.is devoted to an attempt to show that they had not had a fair ti ial , and indeed , that such tual was Impossible in Chicago , in view of the state of public sentiment at the time it took plar-o Captain Hlaek picscntcd an anieavit fiom Otis S Favor , a reputable busi ness man of Chicago , tending to show that the juiy which tried the unaichists , had been dellbciatulv packed agalust them by the bailiff. After leading the petition and uftlda- vits , Captain Black addressed the governor. He explained that every effort had been made to comply with the icquiicmeiits of law gov- oinlng applications for the Intel position of oxouitivo clemency mid stated chat Judge Gaiy and States Attorney Grlnnel had joined in a iccommedatlon for Fielden and Schwab. Having disposed of the mere formal pait of the application he nuulo an eloquent and 'ouchmg appeal for meicy that brought tears o tlio eyes of many of his auditors. General Tiumbull followed Captain Ulack and simply nuked for mercy , in plain and unpretentious terms. Mrs. Cora L. V. Klchmond.rcprcscntativo of the amnesty association , w us next speaker. She had evidently carefully prepared for the occa sion and spoke w ithout hesitation and well , e aigued that public policy and Justice opposed CHpital punishment geneially and pleaded eainestly mid eloquently for the wives , mot hem and criHJjeu of the con- lemned. Hon. n M. Haincs , oi Waukegan , Ills , followed. Ho asked for commutation of sentence on the grounds of justice and public policy. His addicss wuschaiacteristic and amused rather than convinced. Ho cx- pl lined that ho appiovcd of his own motion. Senator Stioctcr , of the legislative commit tee , was the im\t speaker. Howasbiief and an adjoin nmcnt until 2 o'clock p m. followed his addicss. The visitois have a tiunk full of petitions with them. Among othei papers the follow ing will bo presented : To His Excellency Hiehaid J. Oglcsbv Dear Sli : As supplemental to the petition herctofoio signed b } mo [ desuo to say , that licaluo that ninny uttciances of mme in connection with the labor agitation of the pabt , cxpiesslons made under intense excitement - mont and often without any deliberation , woi o injudicious and Immature Tlicso I ro- giet , believing that they must have had a tendency to excite to unnecessary violence oftentimes. I piotcst again that I had no thought or pin pose of violence in connection with the Haymarkot meeting. I did not at tend and I have ulwn.vs deplored the result of that meeting. Respectfully , MicinKr , SCIIWAH. Sui-"uion Cour.T , Cook county , Nov. S , ! Sb7. I have to day been prcsantcd with what is called the supplemental petition of Michael Schwab. As I have said on the ap plication of Samuel Ficlden , it Is only ncccs- saiy as to the case itself to refer to the de cision of the supiemo court. With regard to the special case of Michael Schwab , I conrur in what Mr. Grinnell has attached to the copy of tlio petition of Samuel Fieldcn. Uo- spcctfully , JOSLI-H E. GAKV. The fiicnds of the anarchists held a meet ing nt the Island hotel at noon and selected per sons to oddi ess the governor uuring the af ternoon. They met the governor at his ofilco iit 2:15. : Mesbi s Bailey and Campbell of the Chicago tiades assembly spoke , followed by William Oivillo and L. S. Oliver , of Chicago ; William Shellbun ? , of Detioit ; Rcpiesuutn- ti\oC. G. Dixon , oi Chicago ; Mr Gompers , of the ccntial labor union of New Yoik ; J. B. Quinti , masicr woikman , and Fiank Far- icll , rcpiescnting District Absemblv49 of Now Yoik , and Gcoige Schilling of Chicago. Salter piesonted a petition from the iion moulders of the union of Chicago , to which two of the deceased policemen nt one time belonged , ask ing foi elcmoney. Ho closed the nddicbbcs by n short speech. Thogovcinor granted n piivato Intei view to the li tends nr.d relatives of thennuichists in his office. The go\einor has given no expicsslon ns to his intentions , audit is not likely that any decision will be given. It was said this afternoon that Spies' In other would lay a letter before thegovernor florn Spies this evening. It is claimed that Giinnell said in his speech that if Spies should bo hung the law would bo satisfied. In his letter Spiesaskcd that the sentence of his conn adcs be i ommutPd and that ho may dlo , thcjebv satisfying Giinncll's demand. Messrs. W. M. Salter , H. D. Lloyd nnd S. P. McCounell , of Chicago , weio accorded a lengthy hearing by Governor Oglcsby , ex tending fiom 5 until 0-15 p.m. Mr. Salter was the bcaier of numerous petitions , among them those signed by Judges 'fully , Moran , Baker , McAllister , ex Judge Booth , Marvin 'Hughltt ' , W. C. Goudy , Hon. Lyman Tium bull and other prominent citi/ons of Chicago. Lloyd delivered an appeal , reciting the his torv of this celebrated case and giving rea sons why executive clemency ran bo propoily uxtonded. The governor listened tn the-so gentlemen with the closest attention and talked with them f i eely about the situation. An Associated pioss reporter interviewed Mr. S liter this evening as to the i haracter of Ills talk with the govcinorundhls Impiesslon of the luttci's puiposo. Mr Salter bald ho was not at liberty to tell nil the governor said , but ho would say that his excellency was laboring with the question and spoke frankly of the difficulty of the situation. Salter told the governor that if ho had waited in Chicago until this evening ho could hnvo bi ought many more names down. The governor replied "I am glad jou did not wait , for I must , in justice to thcKo men , decide ; the question bo- foiomo very soon. U will not do to delay HUH U longer. " The govet nor asked the gen tlemen a number of questions and ( .coined de sirous to leain everything about the case and the feeling of the clti/ons of Chicago that they could tell him. Quiet nt tlic Jnll. CHICAGO , Nov. 9 ( Special Telegram to the Hee-l The Jnte-r.fee though subdiu d ex- cUcuicDt rrUicb has prevailed aiouud the county jail since the beginning of the w cell was considerably lessoned this morning1 , and had It not been for the number of nowspnpel men on deck the casual observer would hnv < BCCII nothing in the condition of affairs to In * iHcoto that day after to moiiowis the on fixed for the greatest nnd mpst scnsatlonn } execution In the history of Cook county. Thcro wore probably two reasons for this. The first , and peihaps the most potent , was thnt it was a wet day. Thcro is not nnd never has been n greater nllajerof publld excitement than n thoroughly wet day. II dampens people's in dor as well as thcls clothes. It was w ith feelings of the gicutest satisfaction that nil those who have the prea * crvatlon of good oiderand quiet In their keep Ing when they opened their ejcsthls morning and found that the sk > was overcast and gave promise of n tluuinighlj wet day to come. The firemen were glad because n long diy spell of weather lias made everything of M combustible nature nere and inlhuumablo , and should any Merlons lite have biokcn out thu dlfllelilty of subduing It and keeping It within manageable hounds would have been all the greater. They hall the lain as n tlio picventntivo nnd n lira subduer as the fito- man's best friend. The policemen , too , were glad to sco thu rain. It lightened their duties immensely when they saw It coming , as they wcio sure they would lm\o no big uiimanago < able crowd iuilioic to day to wrestle with. As a menus of keeping the people quid iu their homes a thoroughly wet day Is unsur passed In its enicacy. The sheriff and the jail oflle-Ials wcie delighted to see it , an their experience hits taught them thnt they would have n quiet daj nt the jail and bo left lice fiom Urn importunity of the moibldly e-uil- ous who keep pleading for mi opportunity to have just one look at the amnchlsts , and in this they weie not disappointed , for the mils at the jail to day on the part of the publle weio few and far between , The second e-lo- mcnt ol thu coiiip.naUvo quiet that pio- vailed was tin' absence of the ninjoilty Of the immediate fi lends of the loiidcmncd se\cn In Sptluglleld foi thu pin pose of doing w hat they can thci o to secure e ommutallon of the sentence for all the loiidcmncd , or , if they find that be\\ond their power , foi as many of them as possible. Their absence made the piocecdiugs over at the Jtill exceed ingly monotonmis this morning , and all the pi isoneis had an exceedingly dull time of it. They wi'ie not allowed out of their cells for e\eicise. and some of them spent the fore noon in ned , Llngg and Engelwoio invisible the gicater poi tlon of the time , and Fleldeii too , Hpcnt a good poi tlon of his tlmn reclining on his cot. Spies kept a lamp bin nlng in his cell all inouiing , though ho did not seem tn be specially employed iu either reading or w riting. Hu had a number of long eonci sa- tlons with Mi. Osborne , the death watch , and seemed to be icstlcss and neivous. Par sons seemed to bo in an cxticmely moody fiamo of mind. He was niitablo and cross , the bitterness of his feelings appaiently in creasing as the end appioaclies. Tlio news paper men tried , on seer.il oe'casions , to get him to talk to them ncioss thoi-ngc , but ho only icturncd them haughty , unsatisfactory replies to all theii questions. He sat strain ing his CACS to read the newspapeis in the dim light of his gloomy cell , and all his acts bcwpoko a mind dlstmbed and ill at caso. The only member of the families o the con demned men who guiucd admittance to the jail tills moi niiig was Mrs. Engel. Sheriff Matson was around the jail as usual thin morning , but ho is slow to make any of his arrangements for the execution public , his reason for this being toa\old the legibility of any intcrfeinnco with them bofoio they can bocairled Into effect. The unanimous opinion around the jail which amounts almost to moral icrtnmty to day , Is that therowlll be lUo executions Fi iuuj' , KS'l that till ? Ben- tences of Ticlden and Schwab will be cmri- mutcd. Should this turn out to bo true the expectation is that Shei iff Matson will bo notilied of the go\ernor's intention in the mattei bofoio nnjliodj else , and it is thought that the go\ei 1101 maj take thu precaution of sending a special messenger to him , as soon as Iio ari'u'cs at hj dyiision. Should ho receive notice to day that the sentence of any of the men has been commuted , it Is believed he will at once , and as quietly as inn be , hns- them off tothopinitentiaiy. His Just possible that some of them may llnd theinsehcs them before to monow moiniiig hm ht at least , isthooutsldo talk. Thoihtiiff himself has avoided gh ing any eluo to his on intentions in the matter. In the meiutlme thn pi Isonei s are guai deil with the closest sci utiuv. Thuwatcli at their cells has been licblcd , and none of the other jirisoncis in the Jail aio allowed near their colls. When Osboino , the death watch , wtm icleased at noon to day ho talked to the 10- poiteisof his expoiicncowith thotondi mind men Ho said Spies was cntcitaining a stiong hope in icgard to the commutation of his sentence , but is perfcc tly calm and unmoved in view of death. Ho considers liimsulf a second John Biown and ajs ho icpicscnts a jinnciplo for which ho in perfectly willing that he should bo baciitlccd. Schwab , ho said , was veiy gloomy and depressed to-day. Ho had been full of foieboding all night , and tl dcpicsslon of spa its hung over him all foienoon to-day. Later , however , he seemed to bo lallying n little and was in better spir its just bcfoio Ml. Osborno left him than at any other time since jcstciday noon , No Moio I .xcrclso. CHICAGO , Nov. 9 The anarchists weie not let out in the exercise court this morning. Jailer Folz said that Lingg filmll bo let out no more until he is taken out for the last tiino. Visitors weie restiicted and in 11 emote pait of the Jail a few trusted deputies wcic perfecting final prelimln.uies needful to the erection of the gallows. As jet this nstiument of death has not been removed from the storage room , but c\crl\thing Is in i c.ulincss to go foi ward wlththo executions that is , eveij thing except the moro joining together of tlio frame w oik of the gallows , but that ean bo done in aeiy little while , Tor tlio flist tlmo since the supicma touit passed the case Nina Van Xandt was today denied ndmlsBlon , She tolled up the h on stall H In the lain , opened the btoim door and took shelter In the enclosed cntiy. A mo ment latir her white face appealed In the jail encluRuro nnd In humble tone ho was asked to bo allowed In. The dooikeeper shook his head , saying tnat 01 dors had been given to keep her out. Jailor Foi/ was buck somewhere in the cage. She sent for him. Ho eamo out and in u kindly but very positive tone informed her he was obliged to rofusa her entrance. Shoioinained where she was , holding on to the iron bars as if not compui- hcndlng what was said. The Jailoi continued : "Spies Is locked ui > Ho can't bo let out of Ilia cell and jou could lint BCO him anyway , if you did come in. " 'Slowly the young woman tinned away. She gionca her way down stairs In the rain , and with painful stops Him went out through the jail aid and tinned down an alley. But tlio jail door was opened while Miss Van Xandt was on the threshold. It was so opened for aged Mis Engcl , who was ac corded a brief intorvinw with her husband. None other of the wives or relatives of the anarchists i ailed to MO tlirm thin morning. They icmalncd unUsltod , with the Mnglo ex ception of Ficlden , wtm had a caller iu the peiKonof Key Ir Ballon. Splib , Parsoni and Llngg icmalned away out of sight , back In tlielr colls. Thcro was no noise or move ment of any kind to bo noti-d. Tl.e rain fall ing on the sheet-iron loof was all that broke the stillness , oxi ept now and then the heavy tread of oftlcinls going hither and thlthci to attend to jircpaiations for Friday's work. All the iiitci eat hint now belonging to the fate nf the doomed men IUIB been transform ! to bpringfli'd. Most of their friends and hjinp.itlilxeis. and their rounKol as wull , are out of town , Interceding witli the govunor. "What will the govtieor do I" was the query very often heard ubout the Ial ! thin morning. It WIIH the gem ral belief that nothing would be heard from Springfield until toinoirow. The nimrchlHtB made no inquliy , nor did tliey exchange any woids with each other at all during the lorcnoon. Whatever weio their hopes , tholr fears , tholr w ishes. or thoughts , they kept them to them- w'hcs. A Jew gun jets buinc.d In the u > r- i Idor , but only > crved to make , the uhudcws deeper. And there ia their