ROOSEVELT’S ELECTION HAS
BEEN OFFICIALLY CONFIRMED
But Tfctre Hat Bean • Republican Falling Off Amounting to Noarly
200,000 in the State at a Whole.
gome of the Remarkable Feature* of the ElecHon on Ye*t*rd*y—What the
Comf>lea<on of the Hour* and Senate Will Be.
turn Tartk Ntt. t -AM# WUNI *»•
t *>Si» • 'Whftf to*k* y*ra-s snaJry is* etasa**
If** MN** <4 MM MM. WkM* «M*<4
ll* MtM ta CM. Rmuhi gap*** l '
«»e m fMfM. txr • ptofwlMp to
fttoto is *** to 9MM roar Vm Wysk.
f lM» #R WMHilf tlfr ••§*!# ft* I A# ****#«•»* 4
• M to* to ttak »*#• <toW'
rot ■toto *>toM Tartar tow tow
• n*ii»S>e*a tmm mt f**w tto am to MA
tot M**tot»>> mat* to ttottoto m*
•i«k HMto •—• v«« Wyvk
bad Mm to mm to ort«i«r N*» T«*k,
witb •Mitk to mast mm*.
AM tMifttt to tk* »to# #«*t**A» ml to*
ttor tot*** that RmtotH i*m ttJM,
M rwuwto *MM Qorttonf Mtrk In
fh# rtty kit #•» * at*** Smalley ihtn
Rk'ki In Ik# -ttunirr kmtrteta Vnn
W*. k inn atomt *#„***. and w Ik# e*ty
■limit M.ato ahead of Tartar. Tb»
tokt# rvkfTtoloMl -1* *«•»!■>• * 111
probably stand It republican* an 4 I*
tonornik a Mgmrmtk tain at U In
Old »« Turk rttjr tManhattasv buy
out M nu republican kaa hesm r»t«nH,
and a ntoaM# fratiir# to tk# atoctla*
naa th* MM by Captain William Aa
tnr Chanter of Lemuel Q»IW for #•»-
jn«M to th# Fourteenth district .where
th# former overcame a repuhttran pit
rainy of 11 .to* tw* r*ar* •*■>. aim
by about I.*ta. Th# *t*t# l#«laUtur# is
republican on a Joint tmllat by » votea.
assuring th* flection of a republican to
succeed Senator Murphy at th# aspira
tion of hi* t#rm nut March. The atato
acnit* will stand. 27 rcpablieana, St
democrat*. a democratic gain of ».
The republican# will hav# *9 member*
In she assembly, and the democrats. «l.
Till* I* a republican gain of 11.
The vote up the *tate furnished sev
eral surprise*. Rochester, the home of
Georg? W. Aldridge, commission of
public work*, gave Roosevelt only 420
plurality, against 4.lfK* for Black. In 1896.
Rennwlaer county, the home of Gover
nor Black, gave Van Wyck a plurality
of about 700. Black carried It liy 2,800.
Roosevelt ran ahead of Black’* figures
In Alleghany by 300 and In Brooklyn by
Chicago, 111., Nov. 9.—The returns I
in.in every county In the slatp indicate j
th - election of Whittimore. republican,
as stata treasururer hy a plurality of
30,000. In Cook county, aside from the ,
congressmen on the entire republican j
ticket, with possibly one or two excep
tions, is elected with pluralities from j
5,000 to 6,000. The county was carried
for McKinley by nearly 70,000.
Louisville, Ky„ Nov. Demo
crats of Kentucky won a sweeping vic
tory yesterday by electing nine and
possibly ten congressmen out of elev
en, anti prevented the Republicans
from gaining control of the court of
• » itoMn.
ftStaa Itapatata, I
•fpwln fk# (#'»#a.t uNgis*— «*al I
**••»"#* **sM* *#*#• itawmstMta and 1
flkar eiii -1 ttba tototo** *****>»» .
mm 111 Ik# fb »d appattst# mart kto
trtrt. p%trk was rasvtek Mr MstUM** 1
Ml I*M IT U*9 Mtolatnr II -•** Ufa j
tower rat b ».*u» If* Junto* kto aw ]
If *ttown w»« <k'a wajartty Mm tank.
• ilk kiwi ttoto was* to «*ar»
PMUk4a>b a Hm * TM* T»»*-
rtl'aaia ketlftW# »M*cM rtarss a
aroreronr t« if ut MO twkaiM to M
—MI «n a Jatoi hatha IM •<#*•
katoC kSMwasry to aton a artto*#*
TMs frtaaks to Ha** Aalto to Mara Mt
«M«a oa a jatai Malts* to* ifu* VM#
Mbt)* l prop** ela'to lM#r Ma«*
skarmk aaOrtoat amatory* to tM# *»•
amMi» to toton tk# rMwiw* to
Osar Qwat to a urt*ar*ai from knaw
thta morala« rwroekto tk# #!«<rttok to
twv toaawrrat* sa tk# MRalatar# (Mom
Mia Mato* roostr to R**v*r. a dram
jo.swo Orto»>rath Majority.
*1 Lost* Mo* * TM# rrtnraw an*
roraiM to atowly today aad though
not rotor‘#l* prant to tk* atartfcm of
tk# Wilt* democrat hr Male tlrhet My
at toaai la.aaa majority sad tk# #w*
tiua to a majority to tk# m*tob#rs to
tk# kaialatare #asnria« tk# r#-tocr>
tloa to *#nalor for knell Tkrc# r»put
liras ««njtrc*#*oeo from St l#wu« are
rr-alcriad. and II la probabl# that all
|v»l*a coocremtoaal dUt.'b t* outside
to ik# city will Mr ropresrtitrd My drot
Caraoa. N#c . No*. I—Th# atartion
la tMla atate resulted ia Ike #|*>-tl<« to
MeMHlan. Republican for aovrmor
o*#r Madi>r thrm«i»T»i by a stoall ma
jority. Mew land*, silver, la reelected
lo Coagfwaa The l.< #i*i»iure i Repub
lican! la hellered to be farnrnkl# lo
the reelectk-B to Senator Sirurart.
Slone's HiinHly lyo.ooo.
Pkitadelphla. Pa . No*. *.— Bton*
t Rrpuhllcaa I ia toecied to»vetoor by a
bmdrrd and fifty Ihuusand plurality
ever Jenka. Davenport t Democrat>
for Congreaa, In Ibe Twelfth, baa been
Senator Gray** Sticccssor
Wilming.on, Dot.. Nov 9.—The next
Legislate re In thla state Is almost
aural;- Republican In each branch, and
certainly Republican on a Joint ballot.
The Republicans will thus elect a auc
ceasor to t'nltcd State* Senaror Grey,
AA Ist or so Safely Republican.
Milwaukee. No*\ !*. The returns
are far fro.ii ecmpli-tc, but Indicate
that Governor Schofield, republican,
ig sure of election by at least 20,tNM)
plurality. The republicans elect
congieesmen In ev:ry district except
the Second. '*hlch ia stift in doubt.
The legislature is overwhelmingly re
In Bryan’s Slate.
Denver. Nov. 9. The entire fusion
state ticket hearted by Ciias. S. Thom
as. demoeral. for governor, is elected
by majorities approximating fifty
thousand. This Is the largest major
ity ever given a candidate for gover
nor. but less than half of Bryan's ma
jority for president.
Close In Kansas.
| Topeka, Nov. 9. —\ The republican
state central committee estimates that
Stanley's majority in the state is 8,000
[and claim a gain of five republican
| congressmen—the election o l every
[ congressman in the gtate exeep
j Ridgeley, populist, in the Third. The
populist committee claims that the re
sult Is so close that an official canvass
will be necessary.
Charleston, W. Va„ Nov. 9. The
election of Johnson, democrat, so”
congress In the Third is conceded by
Houston, chairman of.the republican
Ping eels Safe.
Detroit, Nov. 9. —■ The results of
the election are unchanged by any
late returns or estimates. Governor
Pingree’s plurality is placed at about
Cheyenne, Nov. 9. Wyoming hag
gone republican on the state and con
gressional tickets by majorities rang
ing from 1000 to 1800 votes. The leg
islature is republican and will elect a
republican senator to succeed Clark.
tfM <AMR A «tfl
Till! AUGUSTA IIUIIAI.I).
Mato Jaraa* Ikw.
1 fyaaua M S. tot* * TM# Ik
•mm rtdartw Mkdkkia tkai VadM*.
•sfSfMthwh, ha# a fdsrsltts par *****
'aw* to katwwn *aaa aad la.aaa TMto*
*|R Ms a bttraa toaJoe>* la waak
i bsaarh to l»# Mtoataiarw. I>i«ka
tM# alaxiaa to a t#p«»*-d»ah M aactaad
in aalarf AbMM. d-«nw*nl.
INMarl* la AMaaaa.
j Salt Itoh# Mo* A Tk# 4#tosntut*
I bar# slaals'd Ra* set a In rwhataan and
‘ ait tod tk# bauiatur# wbwh wilt
*tart a t klt'd Uta *a toaainr
A Ca tk caattMfaar.
ikaa mar torn, ton* A CallJhrkta
ehartod a rspukitcaa mraaranr and Ik#
•war# slat# tkfcto. with plamtiite# «#•
■ Itoated at Into fit* to tw<«ty ihwwe
akd futoa'rr letnrka will Bitorti* ia
ft* tweatrfoar hoar* <ww*r#s
* tonal deleaaMM * repatdlrtMto. 1
oa.ooo Prpwtoban Plurality.
Columbus O. Ntw * Th# return*
bstay do tod mater I *ll* rbange Ik# (to
anil mm aksounred last slab to arm
Meat rapdbltraa plurality on tba
•date ticket and U republican* to <
detme catlr ctmgreasmen,
10.000 Krpobltv»n Plurality .
Indiaaaptola. No*. I *- The returns
iad bat* the certala etec.hia at Over
street repaWlrna. la the ladlanapto!*
dtalrirt. to rtottwa The democrat*
ioared# the republics** a majority la
tk* ala:* of about I# kaa.
AU HHan for Oorrraor.
Nashtille Nor I Th* majority
for Mr.Mtllla. demoi-ral. for purnwr
over Pooler, republhan. la estimsied
at from l» «#» to SO.*w. Th# demo
crats have a majority la tb# leatala
tur# The republleans bare carried
the first and Second cotiaresalonal
district# The othrr eight five demo- ;
North Stir Democracy.
St Paul. Nov » The democrats 1
elect John Und governor. Ktngdal
and Towns. d*tno<'rat#. are eleciod to
congress, and probably Willis.
A Political Summersault.
Lincoln. Neb , Nov 9. Belated re- ‘
turns continue to Indicate that Ne- 1
brnska turned a political summersault'
and landed in the republican column.
Hayward, rapubliean. for governor,
will carry the stale by about lO.OtH) j
Wolcott’s Plurality fij.ooo.
Boston. No*. 9. —Wolcott for gover- ,
nor bar a plurality of 83,<M0.
In South Dakota.
Sioux Falla, N. D., Nov. 9. —The fit
sloniatr still claim the slate, but It ia t
almost certain that the Republicans
will have it on the entire atate and j
Virginia Is Solid.
Washington. Nov. 9. A Star spe-
Iclal from Richmond, Va., says that
I the state will send a solid democratic
delegation to congrraa. The harden
I tight was In the Ninth, where Khe»,
democrat, opposed Walker, republican.
| Rhea has probably defeated Walker
by 1500 majority.
fl utana Democratic.
Helena. Nov. 9. Campbell, demo
crat, is elected to congress by a plu
rality exceeding 4,000. The legisla
ture Is omocratlc by a decided major
lowa's Republican flajorlty.
Des Moines, Nov. 9. The repub
lican plurality in the state will be
The tablet which ha 3 b"en placed on
*he o'd Powder Mill chimney to the
i mory of Colonel Rains will he un
e'led \vilb -appropriate ceremonies
Atlanta, Oa,, Nov. 9.—Wade Hamp
ton, a negro, was hanged here today
for the murder o? George Lofton* in
September. Both negroes were convicts.
Miss Annie Lee Wyoecljffee, one of St. j
Paul, Minnesota's, most popular society j
belles, will pass through Augusta to- j
morrow en route to Florida, where she I
goes to spend the winter.
A man may he the moneyed factor
during the engagement, but after mar
riage the woman always appoints her
Hr: H«a*» A*f«i*fiiH |M Hm
I'snifstllM Ua Nat * TM* to*
aaH •#* fc#g» aato* awn Mbwdat to
im mMtniaM (*dto#<toa that #* u*d
a aad a#af Ab*n*'**Mto PVMMs* a*fiM
tkta as* dsdto *a «#4ar that tM# »Jsm
•upatotofi ka I# had astaMi a*w to# kw>.
da k|y. kuwetow to* iftowa to tk# paf
awk m prtwnto# who ..-omitted tk*
rttogy *ak M* Maswd TMa *»tott*s i
war* tor* Wa It Wim. mm to
<«*to*ta'a watod mmmm. who M*w*
•aar <hs toy w«k be* lulsst atad
Mr P I- Mms mm to CVismllls'i
.aid#** ttowrkaht* wbw kaa faliead akd
litas ta IM# watoktri* to ika rlty.
la art tbs* **a* tort* Ik* Itrltoto M#a*t
Me* FaHsto Mad Mm ••#*#l*at Mag.
■smtaisihg M*a pm-hwimak wMkb #M#
I kaa earned •» Mt I »<■! ,f to
**«#* *t*d*w from be* room, aad Mr.
Ma*m aim* bad hi* pnrhotMewk taken. 1
when he bad left ly.«« m Mt* M«fm*a
It* Ml« bedroaai TM* «IlcMMSSto#*
•.ir <mndlaa tM**«lat. to tM* burglar
to IMe rautdstof# to Mr Mona ar» to •
amt pal bet kr aaiure A* rtUraar#
mas rßectad through tk# long wlkdow
that resekes to Ik# flnar «a Ik# Into
la this room tu akb h lk#r* Wet#
Man beds. Mr, Mo»>a and bl# M*<«r,
Mia# Mar* Mdon, were the
Ruth are aged aad bet plea* th# slater
Mpedaily. ta that •*# has lain upoa
■ her bed many Shaaths nTiber able to
speak Of move lo aoy advantage at
* a reawlt to a stroke to p«r*l>*i« .he
Mr Moon met arlth lb# same atll* -
tloa him*#ir a short while ag« b"i
ha* regained sofß# >»*# of himself, and
«. < asioaally walks to town Mr .
Mono was sleeping souadlr the sight 1
ike burglar ram# but bl* sister wag
not Mb# saw by Ik# dim light of a
lantern that •** Mt horsing in lb*
roods ms tb* intruder irsk* bis way
Into tb# room Bb* saw him areal
i ihlty move towards Ibe bureau where
the porketbook was lying Her eye
followed bis preparation to examine
: ibe content* Tk# burglar then el
j ilaguished the light She heard him
mov* about and then depart. Ail the
; tim* trying as hard a* she could she
was unable u> make a aoto* she
could not be beard At last a moan
escaped her. At was heard by Mrs.
, Moon, who ooeupied an aMjoining
apart menu and she hurried lau> the
Mrs. Moon's first Impreeion was
[that there w-ge something tba matter
I with her husband. I’pon mshing a
light she si ones* discovered the open
window- and saw what was th<- m»t
--i ter. •>
The pockeilioek taken contained a
.-mall amount of change and som* pri
The burglar who took Mrs. Felton's
pocket hook succeeded In making way |
with It without letting hla presence
be known. The only evidence that
she had of his presence was the dia
eovery of her loss the following
morning. Mrs. Felton stated that
she was In possession of her pocket
book upon retiring for the night and
that the nrxt morning no trace of It
could he found. Besides some private
papers and money in small denomina
tions, the hook contained an annual
paas of the Western and Atlantic rail- j
An attempt was made to burglarise ;
Dr. Felton's house just two nights be
fore and the presumption Is that It
was done by the same party. The
first attempt was unsuccessful from
the fact that, the burglar attempted
to raise the window near a table cov
ered with glass and chinaware and
knocked some nf it crashing to the
floor, which awoke the family and
frightened th® midnight. Intruder
.105 PH JEFFERSON
Will Deliver An Address on the
New York, Nov. B.—Joseph Jefferson
will make an address In the Columbia
University gymnasium next Friday af
ternoon, provided he has recovered
sufficiently from his recent Illness by
that time to appear. His subject la
to be “The Drama.”
The address Is to be distinctly for
members of the university. There are
about 2,700 students In all departments
of the Institution, and It Is expected
that with a large number of these, to
gether with the officers of the universi
ty and their families .the seating ca
pacity of the big auditorium will he
taxed to (be utmost. Such was the,
case at the old library when Sir Henry
Irving spoke there.
The Third Illinois
N«W York, Nov. 9. ' — The PuLeii
Suites transport rtumuanla. which
sailed from Arroyo and Ponce. Porto
Rico Ncv. 3, arrived today. All are
well on board. -She brought the Third
So tMrfciM Mm. Mktot * Loom to
Rato • Ikred fTTmrr «•* tarn*. Ha*
Mato favk. M mt 0 Mrs Mm*t«
- la ■*#• toMta* atoUksi Utah at** tag *
I atoi Itawy** AMrkhato lrt» Mto
Thla I tatlt tIM Mt tk* tMtta **»■
ttoton-g tM ttm '*■*•! aad Mt* pain*
'at tM* systotoatlaa katt RMsf Ik
tot kto igparMnarg to ttwttf ysiasv a# a
I < rttotasi tawyae t kaa* mmmm bad a
> ttatat to Mlto*# tkSto Igr* I to** may#
ikaawagMl* wktllsil " It **##*• Hke
ISf Mtat aa mnmmrn tatil ha mad# mi
' »ko# that MTto 4 R lb*#* totot# M
! ggitty to tk* mkkpyy Mat arMtek k* sad
M* wtf* to*** laghtsd ks a a«»ad
A rtt#wtossaa«* ati small ia *k* **•
taaa * h«# I* ik* ta## that *k* «•-
e#Wty ratted at pallc* b ■•#•»« rteegi
aad telltwg t'*## M«# tot tkai *ka
raata aa inagav liv# wafc k#r kaa
-1 haak asked kow a aepa>at'«m twaM
taast aaaily k# #•*#t#4 M bea tba
ttaa w*#e arroatod aad tak#a ta baak
a Barters an aork was pa—to hrtsssea
la raart ye«t»rkay a#«ker *aiir«k
tk# atber Tkai tk#t# kaa ksaa aa
' eatraaartaaa-. Mask tketa I* very
Its. Moor# Un i Talk.
I railed at Ik# TntotM last evew.ag
ta as# Mr* Manta but she kertlaek la
*#• aay r#part#v« wpna tke akvtr# to
her altora#y. Tk# taatroa talk me
Mr* M««rr was Ike k#«
brad prlsnaev that ha* arruptek th#
famous oik Tombs la tw#aty yaata.
That girl I* ko ntmtnsS." said tke
klndhearted mstraa M'srrek Iwlaad
Jr., pngrlfiir of tke tlreaobte. where
tk# sllea#k Badger f*m* waa work
ed said There must be some mis
take. That womaa I* no eiaok. Tb«yH |
sever get a Jury to roavlet her. »t
Mahon Bought M in#.
Martin Mahon the alleged victim,
was seen last night. He told Ms story
in a disconnected manner and want
ed much of It suppressed He admit
ted having bought win* at his own
suggestion at both the Mrtmpol* and
Grenoble boiel* for Mr*. Moore on the
day of the alleged rolrfaeiy. Mahon
Is a middle aged married man and
very wealthy. Me was drinking lasi (
Moore th# husband, wilt doubtless
have a hard lime of It. H* was in
dicted for assault with Intent to mur
der as well as for robbery. On ac
count of the beauty of the woman and
ibe extraordinary circumstances sur
rounding the affair, the N#w York pa
pers arc spreading the story. It Is
second only In the papers to the elec
Teels For Her .Mother.
Mr*. Moore spoke feelingly to the
matron of the Tombs about her mo
ther. She rvntl to feel her position
more on arrount of her mother than
Were Mr. Rowling's Remarks to the
Mr. Vfm. Rowling acted very disor
derly last night. A warrant was out for [
him. and Sergeant Powers, seeing Row- !
ling riding down th.> street on a horse,
stopi him and ordered hln» to din
mount. Dismount h«* i ** ”u»nd to do, uud
no the nergeant pulled him off the «nl- i
mal. whereupon he railed the* officer i
neveral nainrn that were not com oil- .
meatnry. He wan released at the liar- I
rackn. and told to appear at lhe recor- !
dei’a court today, which hr did. How
ever he, after Wing relewtod hint night, |
went forth, and to a crowd on the cor- j
nor of Mroad and Marbury street* told t
them what hln opinion waa of <
Powers. Officer Wren heard him, and |
Howling said he waw willing to apol- j
oglse to the gentlemen, and admitted
that he had been drunk, when he nald j
His fine wa» $4.
TO SAVE THE VESSEL.
The Harla Teresa Will Be Raised If
Nassau, N. P., Nov. X. No infor
mation is obtainable here which in
any way tends to confirm the report
that the Marla Teresa, abandoned off
Watling Island, had been sighted
aground off Cat Island.
Washington, D. C.. Nov. 8. The
Navy Department is without advices
concerning the Marla Teresa, but ac
ting on newspaper statements which
report her stranding at Cat. Island
have sent order to the Vulcan at Nor
folk and to the Potomac at Santiago
to leave immediately for (.'at Island,
and If the vessel is found to do every
thing to save her. The expedition Is
under the command of Captain McCal
fl is sometime* difficult for a girl to '
find her Ideal man. but she's nearly al
ways willing to accept a substitute. I
mt rent Aft* a ttAft
tot t»4t »(>«! tatak’ m <Ar*
tto Uirto ktotf* MM Thdlltatk
Mfiti Till !•).
m hat At* RaM Mi Ra WwwMht
Mb tke t— Ibaa tk* • mtek Rtatta*
a■ taste tstwt Mas* a R«»aMHntak a#*♦*»■■ ■
•t tltw Mack 4 wit TM# jamamt
pang **ttotoi ta
RapltMltaWN «* •• s* **
ttasktotata ** •• ** ** ** **w
Pnfsiat* »• •* • ■ •* •• a
attss# Riawbitaaa# .• .. k
TMl* #Ma*to*w Ik* ataitw M*«to to rmm.
Irtkoy * vat# ks a Rsp'taßaaa awa to
tarn. t«s rn-cnmm* ta Marytatol *h>
• tit aasvwak Uarmaa task Mr tarn**.
• to ftrttaMe Bbo sea* stsvsak to Rlt a •*-
! (gary <M tk* pr#***t RiftaMlturaa to*
t»l to ta tk* tswtos to aavrti rnmmmrn
etpsr* tm Mar* a * a#yi taavtat* ta
twrik-aw## RagmkttasMta Tk tkta a—at
ik## tk# startto#># to yegtsvMay ktW t#a
rospabllnii aswtoar* sweaty etart'M.
and Hire# ptwkaMy #tart#k. kMthtaa *
<atal to ta. or two mot* Hum a am
tartly #s#r tMmrw rat* taspwltat* aak
dlbrr Ragwhltrak* TM#f* are II
tvagacarati# fctoAwsrer sawatorw aak so
tkts ttatatot y*al*ckar'* alartltto* adk
foai with a twrtataty aak oa# probable
•lstag a total to SA TM# ttoptsltai* aak
rfllvrr RepuMbaa MoW -erer* * amber
right and tkla. tot raasak by mm. prae
i tcaliy aar#.
The latareat la Ike etartloa lakt
-catered la Ike ptoMlral .omplelto* of
lb* House the M**ai* helag reared**
It pub!kaa Although CMatrtaaa Rah
rock, to tb# Reptshllcaa roaaraaatnaat
r maitit*#. did aot leave hla headauar
■ ers until after I thta atorniag be waa
balk again skartly after 9 dispatching
telegrams to all doabtful klatrtct*. ]
urging <b* chstnaen to bnrrj retara* !
Mr Babcock 1* d»allag In figure* aad
I* taking nrtbtng for granted. This
morning be bum!* #h»i b# termed aa
, u jira roasewatlve eattmate. ia takick
hr eTlmlnsted a tltltahrr to doohtfwl
districts Thta eattmate glra# tb' R#
pu lilies as 1» member* In the ae*t
House, a majority of II over all The
statea be Is most anxious to b ar from
are lllionla. Indiana and Pei<Bsyly*«l«
Idist night he figured on the defeat of
Ibiuteil*. In Illinois. This morning he
finds that the Cbltagu congressman
pulled through, but this is offset by
th# unexpected defeat of Williams, in ,
(he Twelfth Pennsylvania The state ,
chairman lo <’*l fornla telegraphed
that six Republicans are elected in
that atate with the probability of the
dr£eat of Devries. Democrat, which
would give the Republleans » *o»'«
Not counting on the defeat nf Dev-
I rles this Is a gain of one. as Mr. Bab
cock only figured on five Republicans
frem California. 1-ast night J. L.
Bristow a ired that Kansas would send
Six Republicans, and that Long had
d*feated Simpson. Inn the defeat of
Simpson Mr. Bahccrk declines to
credit until he receive# further advice.
Chairman Green, of the Texas state
committee, claims three Republican#
in the Lone Star state, but Mr Bab
cock only figure# on the election of
one —Hawley, in the Tenth. From Ih
dlsna no satisfactory advices on tbe
doubtful congressional districts has ar
rived. but Mr. Babcock admits the losa
or two districts -those of Fails sod
landls. either of which may have been
carried by the Republican*. He fig
ures the certain loss of three districts
In Illinois, leaving one doubtful.
Brumm leads, C. W. Stone and Wood In
in the Pennsylvania, but lie puls him
in llte doubtful rolumn. Tn Ills esti
mate of 185 he does not include the
The returns In the Hast, Middle-
Weal slid Northwest show (he Repub
lican losses were Iti (he cities, while
the gains we~e In thp rural districts,
and this encourages him to hope that
when the returns come later from the
country some districts which now ap
pear to be lost may be saved to the Re
Chairman Kerr, of the Democratic
congressional committee, had not ap
peared at Democratic headquarters at
10 o’clock, and no advices are received
since hr gave out his statement at 2:30
this morning. This statement claimed
an opposing majority of 27.
FRANCE UP AND DO!N«.
The Medfterrenean Squadron Is Ready
Paris. Nov. 9. The ICcho
de Paris today publishes a dis
patch from Toulon which says
the entire French Mediterra
nean squadron is ready for
sea.. Admiral Fournier has
been summoned to Paris.
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I ondon 1 anight.
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un afternoon Newspaper, de
clares that the Marquis of Hull*.
i liury. at the l*»rd Mayor's ban
quet tonight, will certainly an
nounce a formal British protec
torate over Egypt.
Coses Disposed of at That Tribunal
The following cases were tried at
Superior Court today:
Alfred Tanksley, screosory to mur
der; guilty, and 1 ecommendatlon to
Charles Simmons, burglary, not
Humphrey Johnston, Involuntary
Jim Boatwright, arson; order dis
charging the prisoner.
: OUAY IN DOUBT
Both Sides Are Confident of Success
Mr. Edward Bok* editor of the Ui-
I .tics Home Journal, accompanied by
[ ids wife, IS In the city today. Mr. Bok
has been- delivering bis famous lecturn
on "Success" before the Lyceums in
the Mouth, u’n.l is now on Ids way to
his home In Philadelphia.
Mr. Bok la well qualified to lectuia
on success, for he lias made u great
one. His salary Is as large a* that of
the President or the United States.
He has a warm sympathy for lhoj
South .anil takes great Interest in tha
work of Southern writers.
He has made a great success of his
Southern lecture tour.
they charge fraud.
Democratic Figures From North Car*
Washington. D. C., Nov. 9.—-A Star
S|l clal from Wilmington, N. C., says:
•The democratic majority In the city
and county Is about i.23u. In the city
proper the majority for the democrats
is about 1,000. The republican majority
for congressmen two years ago was
almut 050. The republican leaders as
sei t that there was manipulation of
the votes, but they have counselled
their followers not to resist it. The
sixth congressional dlstiici is demo
cratic by probably 4,000 majority. T.
years ago.lt was carried by the tepuij
beans and populists by 5.00#."
New York Futures.
New York, Nov. 9.— Futures opened
steady. Dec. 5.11, Jan. 5.11, Feb. 5.39
March 5.2'!, April 3.27. May 5.30, J;ihe
5.34, July 5.37, August 5.40, Sept. 0.39,
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