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J II KBTIT.I. Pr**id-nt
McKinley goes in on a landslide
Republicans Swept the Country From Maine
ELECTORAL VOTE MAY BE .LARGER THAN IN 1896.
At Midnight lie Was Certain of 277 Votes,
With a Probability of 284.
carried practically all the doubtful states.
New York. Indiana. Illinois, Maryland, West
Virginia Are All McKinley's.
llrpahlli'An Majorities linvr II n Hrdttfrd In Illinois,
> rn > (irk, and Suira, lot the Reduollon \Vi \of KeMrlrnl.
Tlir ( uugrro In It*publinm l> n *u b * nll i I
W orLln* M)oHty->lr. llrjnn Heard n Krw f the Ite
tnrna nnd Then Mfllrol Krly— Hesuocralle Lender*
GTf Ip thr Ktaltt I.irI > In llr K%en*i >lr.
Uryan'a Oirn Preclnet In Llneolii \ oted
lien illy lala*l lllui.
Nrw York. Nov. 5.-Midnight: It became
evident at a vary aarly hour this evening
that tha election of MoKlnlay and Roose
valt a assured
At 5:20 o clock return* from nearly two
third? of the election districts of Qrcater
New York had been received, indicating
beyond question that Bryan and Bteven
ton could not expect more than #.OOO or
30.000 plurality in this Democratic strong
hold. and unless there was a landslide In
the out aide counties beyond sll reasonable
expectation, the pivotal state of New \ ork
had declared In unmistakable terms, al
though by a greatly reduced majority, for
the Republican candidates. A* the night
progressed It only served to confirm this
The return* from lUlnole betrayed a
like condition. The Republican plurality
of IS** are* greatly reduced, but It was
mill far too Urge to he overcome.
On the other hand the ret urns from fo
rt ,na. Michigan, the two Dakota*. Utah
nrd Wyoming, as well as Nebraska, aeem
rd to indicate strong Republican gains
over IK*S Delaware. Maryland and West
Virgin In had given decisive Republican
The count in several of the far Western
nates wee not limit y so delayed a* to give
little indication of the outcome there, but
• hey had ceased to have a flet.-rmlning
Teet. and before 10 o'rlo'k the Democratic
leaders had given up the contest, and It
was announced that Mr Bryan had gone
.. red and was sound asleep.
Ilnrr the States Stand.
T a* whole story was easily and briefly
•oil. The Republican ticket would hnve
. larger electoral vole than four years
ago, but In the larger states of the East
,r.il Middle West the pluralities had been
g- fitly reduced. Mageachusett* hod fol
••!. from 171.00' to •i.WO. New York from
(O) to I#.* and Illinois from 142,000 to
‘,00,000 or lea#.
How the Slate# Stand.
Tha roll call of states at this hour I*
apparently aa follows:
M Klnlay—Connecticut. *; Dallfomla. 9:
aware, 3; Illinois. It: Indiana. 15; lowa.
1 Kansas, lb; Maine. 6; Maryland, 5;
Massachusetts. 15 Michigan. 14. Mtnnean.
la. 9; New Hampshire. ♦; New Jersey,
in, York. *>; North Dskota. 2; Ohio.
y, i iregon. : Pennsylvania. 33; Rhode Isl
and 4. Vermont. 4; West Virginia, 5; Wis
consin, U; Wyoming. 3; Washington. 4
Pryan—Alabama. 11: Arkansaa. *: CM
r.-,do 4: Florida. 4; Oeorgla, IS;
Mississippi, 9, Mlaaourt. 171 Montana
Nevada, 1; North ('arollna, 11; Hosiih
1 nrollna. 9; Tennessee. 12; Texas. U;
1 i h. 3; Virginia. 11 Tola!. IC.
reported—ldaho. 3: Kentucky. 12; Ne
-1 rs-k*. 5; South Dakota. 4. Total, IS.
If nil of the unreported state# should
' rn oiti ns Democratic, a highly tmprob
onllngency, ll would not rhonge the
• latest returns from Nebraska lndl
i u Republican plurality.
1 r.e Fifty-seventh Congress aeem# to be
ibl' an by a substantial working ma
gubernatorial tickets have appar
* followed the national and Odell Is
fed In New York and Yatea In lilt-
GREATER NEW YORK.
w 3’ork Nov. *.— Following are the
' i returns from the borough of Oreat
*' Yew York:
-ittan and Bronx 147.0© 175 24:
klyn 105 oii p>4.<2l
na 10.009 12. b
-bond 5.0*5 .*
OT.TJS 299 433
ifnan'a plurality In Oregter Naw York
ona dlstrlcta miming, la 27.711.
*v> thousand, seven hundred and tseen.
Satomnnh llofning Xeto §.
ty-one district# out of 3.124 districts In
New York Man, outside of ilri-a'.er New
York, give McKinley 473.081, Bryan, 321.-
New York. Nov. 8 —At 11 o'clock the In
dication* ar that Rnslicnt M< Klnl> has
tarried New York by a majority
over Br>an of about 120,00), fom(>art-d wttii
a Republican majority In the knit preai
thntial election of 28*.489.
The total vote in the city of New York
I.* approximately tiP.ouu larger than it wan
in lOi and up utaie the incrwae i*
about 30.(t) In the clt> Bryan wtiml on:
the plurality of which McKinley ha 1
four yHirn auro. ami tock on a plurality
for htmweif of .ilout l*| (he xtat*
M Klnley barely held th* vote which he
hail I*9B, the a*fdd vote going tt Hryan
The vote for B. H- Odell. Jr.. Republi
can nofnli.ee for CJomnor, I.* considerably
larger than that for M Kin!ey. In Brok
lyn. particularly, the Democratic numinec
for Governor. Mr. fltanchfle.d. appears to
have been scratched.
Tlit election p.*ael off qulMly, both in
the city and Mat#. There were no more
than the uual number of arrests of nun
accused of attempting illegal voting at
city prccinciw and where the accuse I made
it clear that they were Innocent they were
permitted to return to the polling pla< g
ami vote without furthei mrdeetailon.
N>w York. New. 8 Kx ov. Stone. vice
chairman of th* Democratic National
Committee, at H:3’ p. in gave out u
abtemem In which he **•!!:
* A* this hour the returns Indicate that
the Republicans ha\* carried N* w York
by something llk* 100. OOT Th** Informa
tion front other state* ia ao meoirre that
1 am unable t<* give a satisfactory opin
ion to th* reaulta.*'
New York Nov. #>. —lßl KlectJ n Dlstrlcta
out of 3.124 dlstrlcta 1n the state outside
(Imter Nw York give McKinley 2fc..H12;
llr>an 19.812. Him# in INJ*'. gave Mi'KUtlty
28.794; Hr>*an 18,482. Palmer 392
Ryracuae. N. Y.. Nov. B—City of flyra
rui* * omplete, McKinley, 14. >v>. Hr.an.
Auburn. N Y., Nov. Compared with IRS'*
the Republican lona in Auburn city Is 249
Rochester, N Y . Nov 8 —City *f
!Boc heeter complete: .\1 Kinky, 1H.784;
Buffalo, N. Y . Nov 8-The Thlrty
aecond District glvea B. B.
.Mahan. Republican. 17.732. William If.
Rome. N Y . Nov. 8 —The city of
Rome complo. gives McKinley, 2,' I Wi
Bryan, i.taa; RepubUcan loss 199.
t'tdell for Governor, has 1.989; Stunchfleld.
Th* rettima wore in fifteen mlnutea aft
er the olos*' of the |iotls. Voaing nia
cnines were uaad
Auburn N Y Nov. 8 —This city <vm
plete. gives McKinley. 4.142 lr>an. 2.9 W
For <ovsrnor. Odell. 4.047; Stanchfleld, 2.-
Oswego. N Y.. Nov. 8 —Bryan carries
Oswego by 444
Huffak*. N Y . Nov B.—Buffalo city give*
McKinley 24.873. Bryan. 31.89s
Near York. Nov 8 Or.e thousand one
hundred and fifty-two election dlatrlcta out
of 3.124 districts In New York slate out
side of Greater New York give McKinley
a mj4>rlty of 87.. r ig 7. aa agalnsl 91..0C in
One thounaan*! two hundred and
sixty election districts out of the 1.532 In
the city of New York give Bryan • ma
jority of 2T. KT.2
Returns from all hut 322 districts *ut of
3.121 in New York state, outside of Great
er New York, give McKinley a iniiortty
of 14.**.297 Returns from .*ll but 122 out of
the total of 1.&22 iia.ricta In Greater New
York give Bryan a majority of 27.331.
Indianap.>ll*. Ind.. Nnv —At 10 o'clock
to-night th* rmiim# w*r* mr.-.lne In rery
slowly, and from lh<- m*i<g> r mports t*-
•■aivwi up to thi*- hour. Imlluatlona po n:
in a Republican majority In Indiana A
very hvy ballot was cast In tin - state.
A*lt> from the clash In flay county,
where or.o in.in fell dead with twenty bul
lets In hi? body, the election ha# ;?# -I
oft without Incident.
IV IV. T Durbin, th- Republican gu.
bernalortal candidate. I* running very
close to the national ticket
Ten prcc-lncts In Marlon county flrullan
apolls! show net anln of 251 for Mc-
Kinley over IMb The some ratio. If main
tained, wool I give McKinley the county
Democratic congressmen have loan
elect*d in the Itecond an I Third districts
wlnle It- Hindi, at . i I . : ;. t -
were suc --ful li) the Sixth. Klghth.
T'lilh. Eleventh and Ihlrtcneih dlstrl t*.
Richmond lnd . Nov. Rtchniotwl and
Waynes cousty trill g.ve McKinley a plu
rality of 2,0*9-
lndunaiKills, Nov. 6.—At mhlnight the
following ?tatnient was Issued by the
Indianapolis Sentinel (Democratic).
"The returns up to this hour are verv
meager and th, result In Indiana Is In
doubt, but If the pe rentage of Republican
g.un Indicated bj the latest rei>orts Is
tr.amtalr.td tha state will give McKlnlty
approximately the same plurality aa In
Ths Indianapolis Journal (Republican) at
midnight claimed tha state Mr McKinley
by an Increased plurality over IS9C
A ronservgflr* ew'knate a: 12: a. m..
places McKinley* piarallty In Indiana at
SAVANNAH. GA„ WEDNESDAY. NOVKMHEII 7. eM>.
JM.oiO. Kntire state iml Mark'n oounty
Republican ticket elected.
Chirago, Nov. •• The total \ -f. of the
M Kli • y P : : Rrynn 172 5:4 Woo'
I**y. Deo# 1,112.' Barker, lit*. Ma
loney. .I*s. Kill*. !0.
(’hlfafo Nov • Four l.undr-d and
twenty precinct* out of 1,127 It Oh a •
give AD* hub r. Democvat for iSoveriM*
•it 7vi. Vate . Republican. o>.t*4
riUrnfO Nov f. Nine huilr<! m l s*• > -
ty precinct- out of 1.127 glv. M Klnl*>
1 1.2 m. Bryan 144.16*. Woolk y 2 <44. lube.
Oh lea go. Nov.®.—At 9 p. m Olmlrman
Howe of the Rcjnibll an Si,it* Cent n
Committee claimed that HHmd* ha ! *n
carried by McKinley h\ it lea*i
Kx-t'* autre *man Hlnnrhf* n. who wts
at Democratic stale h- adquarters. * on
ceded the stale to Nb Kirb y by not in *r •
than 4*"M' out claimed that itdv •e*
show- 1 that Al diuler, Ivm'vi t •* *ai -
dld..i for g<\rriwr. was o vi*'l by aiowt
Chicago Nov. ft Return!- re •i\ * and from
173 of th congressional dhirlrt*
that the 1 trfii v li, ana hnve elected an I
th* l> m 'r.ii MiH of t h** southern
rilrftrtct* have l>een h>-tird from
rhk.igo Nov 7. I:3<> n m -Complete
returns from Ufi*en counti* - in th*- elite
uni partial returns from the other* in
cluding sc fail vote of Cht g- in ’<*U
county dull'- it* i |*. iri <' for M Ku.
that will probably exceed 90 .<>*'
Chairman Wut>*> of th* i*in< a*.
Stale Central Committ* ** at ih.it ho r
(•*'’. *-d*l the Mat* to M'K .nh y by
Returns ai*o Indi- ate the ei*-, t: ii .f the
fuH Republican suite ticket hi majorltl***
considerably tin*ler th* presidential Ug
ur-x. t;,*- scratching *4i the seat*- t* k* t
betr.g confined almost entirely to <\*k
county, whcr* Mr Alaehuler's person 1 1
popularity t*.*l heavily in favor of tie
D. neurotic nominees, so much no In
WILLIAM M#K IB LEY—THE N K\T PBBBHOKNT.
fn r. that It is probable theft the ooun'v
waa carried for th** Democratic Mate
Returns so far also lndic.it-- that the
Republics mi have Ins? two and possible
• htec ('ongrcasni'Mi m <*hi‘*go. th** m st
sensational defeat beiiig tt a <*f \N tl am
Lirlmsr, <m of the m*M piominent m m
1 *rs of ihe Cook County Republican or
ganisation. In the Becotid district
It is practically assured fhai the next
which wi 1 elect a Cu t *1
Platen senator to auc< **hl Henat -r H 1 y
M Cullom. w ill b# Repubil* an on Joint
KENTUCKY IN DOUBT.
lulvtU,‘. Kv . Nov 6 Al 1. o. l- k
nlKlil holh iH-morratl,- Rrpubltran
committ**s - '.atm the state, though th* y
furnish no figures in support **f tlulr
cl ilms The IgMiUville new-papers uak
claims according to th* way they support
ed the Ikmocrati or Hrpubll an t k**’s
in th* campaign Just ciosed M Kinley a
majority In 110 out of 300 pr*cin-ts in
Louisville nd the .aunty Is 1.060. In the
same |*reclnem. the majority of Yerkes.
R.•puhih Yin candMate for Governor, over
Becknam. Democrat* Is 4.4i The Demo
crats are claiming gain* out tn the state.
Louisville. Ky., Nov 6.— Boyle county
complete gives Bryan 1.564. M Kinley 1 ftij
Incomplete rsiurn** from thlrty-th e*
count lea outside of liOulsvill# (.ive I> k
ham for governor K.a<** majority ov r
Yerkes. Bryan le running a llitle ahead
of Beckham In tlie same counties W> out
of 3>t precincts In Louis\iil* a *1 county
give McKinley n majority o er B yjn *f
turf, The seme precincts give Yerkes for
governor a majority of 1/40 evtr Beck
Frankfort Kv. Nov. 6.— City of Frank
fort gives McKinley 9*3 Bryan *ft.
Yerkes for governor. 975. Beckham ft 7.
Three hundred ard slxty-flve* pre- ln ts
/Continued on Fifth Page.)
WHAT LEADERS SAY
miiMimr i iaimi 2m vote*
••I 111. row MeKIN 1.174 .
STONE GAVE IT UP EARLY.
I*lll NIDI vr tl. KIM.n IICIKD Hti
ll ION %I' 4AN ION.
Bryan's Friends nt l im-ln I nrele
McKinley* s t.lection t linlrmtin
lliilirdi’k %s*crl* There Will lie I *7
lt*pulli-niiM lii the Inuirr ttonae
ol I imgrro Hejoietng liver?-
%vhrre Imoiiu Ihe lle|Mttllen.
Ilrynn line Mnle No lliileinenl.
New York. Nov •> At 12:0 o'chx'k Ihlt
morning Nil tonal Comm tH ee men Manley.
|i;ih and Oibbe held a confer ♦•nee at the
.*n<'lunion of winch th* following atate
nieyi v\s > iv r. Hit:
“On 1 ■:*■ return* recalved at Repuhlican
n. -Ujuarur- up to this hour the tlepublb
•an Nat ion Committee claim to have
. 'V|m| M* Ktr.lejr and RtKwrvfll by an
!'*iortal vote of jk with th* |n**ibility
~f 3l vole*, in nddMtor. inaking a t>.al
Th. '• \ alo coneisi of the 13 vote*
tn Kentucky ai.d ft In N*l>r.i*k* The
.. we -urely claim for McKlnlev and
H*x>*-vlt are California. Connecticut,
Delaware. Mmols, Indiana. Maryland,
low .1. Kansas. Maine, Massachusetts.
Michigan. Minnesota, New Hampshire.
New Jersey. New York. North Dakota,
Ohio. oiegn. Pennsylvania. Rhode Isl
and. Bouih Dakota, f’tah, Vermont. Watii.
dig to n. West Virginia, Wisconsin and
The i*.>mmitteemen then closed their
desks and* left for lh** right.
GOV. ft TON E G A YK I P.
Itflurn* lliownl %I*K lnley*s Flection
Too t ooelanlvely.
New York. Nov. 6. —Bx-dov Htone at
mKlnigtit made the following announ- a
"I give up.
"Tha returns telegraphed thee-- head
(pimrieen from N* w York. New Jersey and
ConnerUeut sh*w that these states hav*
g*ne Re;*iiNlcar> H* urns from Mr
-and West Ylrgß.la are Incompleto
My Information from the M,*l )<*> an 1
Western slates Is so indefinite that 1 can
not form an opuilon as to the teaul As
I *k not know the fac*s I will wait lief ore
1 say finally wtiat I think is the result."
Mr. Htone then rioM'd the Democratic
I, allot ml htMUiquarters In New York for
The h*aduurt*Ts In the East of the
Iwtnocretic National Committee wer •
tilled with long Us ance tel- phones and
te.egraph instrument* t -mgnt A *per;al
telephone connected with the Democrat
ic State Commi t t tn the St. James build
ing, a block away where John A Mason,
•e< reiary of the state committee, and sv.
ersl clerks, received returns from up the
state from Executive chairman James K
McGuire In Syracuac. C. C. Hughes, of the
! Anti-tmjH tial' t i ** u. * y
vice hair man <>f tin- t *-*. * .*:■ Na (il
**nmlt t*- . aid athe* w • s * -*• *t
AIOV St.*ne * .1 1 M i tl iti'l ll gl|M o •
patch ft \u>ruHtu M givitu B* in
1 rruUc gain >f ■* |* ’ t H* als.* :* ad
ii fnnn* tut it ,sitch H ‘ ! *i .-
| \v* re i'u! itng th*' llepub.. n*ab . .• •:• !
loiter ;*\ *• .pp and lo • di
| coo rate* *!. .*<t said
| ‘VN. haven't g t u.l lit* return'* in yet
Iwil ' oij na.M tell l*v •at l ■ i'4‘ii '*
! Then h gt nuitiie r of *l|ipat
I which he fruwt <•! .it and f*Ule*l up ll *
|*lt til hw deck
j Norman 1' Mu k leiegrnp '* •! ft***o Buf
falo that that . .t\ wou 1 k *• M Kind
' j ,i ig.iinat 12.* In IMM V Hi'' r
| turn* *e* an to - ow an |n< i*.i**- f*•' Br\
nn lit the Cl|> ill'll- was much e.ttb-tv
I but this whp damp to* I b> a Chi ; * *t ( -
jtatch Itidlcaiiruc over 4(W indjority for
M Klnb \
When bulletin iftrr butlHin *h*mtng
Kepubla an gain* !*• * in t** *-m in
| Oov Hione I* ft ilu r.siin A- he v\ i * g* l
ins * it eom** ora- -k* !
'lVha i do ' -*u Ih k ’’ r
This 1* i.* linn 1 r i like K. wn the
answer I don't th nk
JONI *N HIM I II NOT fttlHIT ll'.
M IO O'eloel* l.t MmIU Me Mill
I Inlinetl i rimnrr
Chirngo. Nov • At 1 <( 'l* k to-nu'd
Chairman Jones of tie brmotrtiil* Na
tional CointnlU* * *
I cannot pr>l ct th** result. The re
limn* nr** m Insufficient *< ir**clud** all
posallrillty f * Kod u*T if ilgur*
from N**w York nd; • that i H**pul
, - - 1 (
that the\ nr** claiming M irylund m l
Ohk. for th** r* **n that w. do i a >•'
know- how the vote -? ind- Th*- lull r*-
|urns w ill l*e l *e ill Mittinc lit I lh* \
may make some surprising changes from
tho pi ••***)( apikarcnt stand."
While Senator Jm# was inlkhig a hill-
I* tin ann*tii-e*i that M ( Klnl* > had ctir
rlad Bryan’s prcdnrt in Unr ln by |u3
votes. The Henator was almo t constantly
at th** l-ng dlstMO'*** talephon** talking
with Mr Bryan ml *>:ler not able D rno
crats He told those pr --nt that h*- w it
sold 1 -rest 1* nt that tb* Democratl* ticket
IIEAHO HF.TI llNft AT CANTON.
President Had Direct Wires lo 111
Canton, O . Nov ft -I*rsld#nt McKinley
r****ived th* election 1* turf - to-night it
hs lom* surrounded by a large number of
his old friends and neighbors. t Inline
many ladies who came .is the gue f
Mrs McKinley lo shart with her th* In
terest and excitement of fth * utm.nating
event of the campaign
IWrec* wires ('onneird h* house with
the Itepubliran national headquarters at
N*w York and f*hh*ag<. with Henator
Ilnnnn af the t nlon <*hin F|cvcfan*l,
and with th horn** of tkv Hooecveit nt
oyster Bay. so that the president was In
constant telegraphic touch w.th hi* n• —>-
clotee ofl th* ticket and with the cam
The pr*-sklent made his headquarters In
his library, where most of th* gentlemen
guests congregated, while Virt. McKinley
ent* rt,ilne*i the ladies in the jsirior The
President was In hit tisuai ttol humor,
stMiWlng no anxiety over the r ilt.
HOIAK WILL m: JU6FI BLICA.N.
riialrman llabcork Claims More
Titan lftT Members.
Chicago. Nov. ft—At 11:18 o’clock to
night Chalmn Babcock o i the Repubil
(Continued on Seventh Pag*.*.) (
MAN KILLED IN DENVER.
Merle*** Trim lilr He tween the Holier
nutl M|r*lnl llepnlle*—4ever**l
Ollier I I* i'llimi Clght*
l**n\l (V 1 N-v I'wo men b u*l and
hair wouivbd ne *f wdiom wiii prdw* *l>
du- w* the r*-i*ilt *f t* 101 l which *-
.*ied ear.) u-tn\ between tha me mb* r*
fie p.|t, f,r. aid a of deputy
•rtfT.H nt ii ling pi a • a Twenty *ae*-.
ond and I vnritner at real r. In th* down
A o it <|ep. v aherlff woe i*h. t
a I P M.mtiy kill* I. nilhb wart flgtvey.
white it f|r ml p ,i’i mat . ill* *1 late tn
Ihe ltll)vhU at a lospltal
1 •!> .i Ihi I ol w.i* tat tn
1 en vT t <W*> iroub*- between tie
p;i * W-| it intent tii tin sherlfT'a **f
n• which bd liren pr•• diet-!. b*l te
KUO and -n*- man dead .tad Itv seriously
wo unde I wa* th* n**ull
l**ift. .ti hundr* and ► p t.i 1 |*olb ien hal
t* i'ti sworn in f• i th* d*\ usl ibout Id***
apecl.ll ilepliric■; A! 7O * lock H|h**'al I*o
llcemen Charles I t'nr|*nu* and ' NV
(iii.il were sent t* Sfnn I and la*rr|mer
s', reels to supervise it*, opining **f tit*-
P 11s in *lltrl<*t 2. precinct 4 Sv. ral s|s
a I deputies w*-i* pres.ni
(riders bod b** n |sM'd by the fir** and
Istlii e board •* refuse to r* eognlit*' the au
* horlt v of the deputb s .it 1 to rr* h! any
who in any way mterfei* 1 with th* p**
i . i ndt r th< • Inatructlot OH ■
|h lifer orde .and llo* and puti*t retire l‘*
feet front th*- pilling phi* * tiitpi*tt
.1 .!•*k■** n • dte*l. re-dsled and. drawing a
r, volver. !**g.in to shod one hullet stun k
**l|l|.itt(-r arm Ili<l #* S**c*g*l tris rout
I**di*s*nan (Ire* tl * am* !• the r*- ue of Ills
tnpanion. striking Jacks* * nn the h*ml
i id arm. fr-n iurlng his skull ami br*-ak
mg his arm The blow broke the officer
Shooting by the depufle* U* im g* *
. t il while th*- st-* ,1 |oll * %vh wen
armed only with dul*** w*r* t a dlsa*l
vantage At thin m *nt nt ‘‘t\ lel*
iiv * ■ (*harl* A licit. colored, fell dead ’
the fit*! shot
\ score of shots w* re flr*d b\ th depu
ties aii*i In *. tlv* Cgrlterry urid Stew art
llarvey.white, a gpe**lai d**|Ut> and Hlch
in i 11 a 11 tin • i • ■ >-*>r • i wan * Clm ■ f
n*-r Bribe tight shMt!*b*r aihl th** l.msr in
iis left atm It is not kmwn whose bul
lets wounded them *4pec4ai l*o|ic*nian
Oreett was shot in the hack Nona of
these was fatally wounds*!
Although Troop C. olomdo National
Guard, a-sewhl#*! ♦* .rly ai the armory
and rema!n**l under arms thouighout the
ht\ aml II w.a un*l*rs‘*sl to hnve |ie*ft
Ihe rder of Gov. Thitiso. the (Jo\*rir
this afternoon positively denle*l having i*-
sue*l such *r* PH**, ant Ihe officers .f the
troop rwftis* and t*t siv by whoso <a|erH tin*
t root ai were a sseinhle*! Mayor M* Murray,
chairman •# tha Holiest Iflle (km le ague,
this evening fTereii a reward *d l&.OOU ba
the arrest and wivb tk>n *f the men who
killed Charles Allen.
VOTING Unti l || DCftTNOYKn.
4 r*md of Neg roes Smashed It Krly
In Ihe Hay.
Wilmington. liel.. Nov l-A riot oc
cur red In th# Third Hist riot of Wllming
ton which resulted in th# destruction of
the pdllng place.
The district has a lirge negro vote, and
g* th* officer* were marly half an hour
late in **i*iilng the poll#. About a hun
dred negroes assembled In line waiting to
vote As Ih** *i*orH Opened they saw a
white man. jArn.-s McHugh, who hal g*l
ten In ahead of th*m. attempting to vote.
This Infuriat'd them. ami. rushing In, they
assaulted Me Hugh o> *1 the Insp* dor.
Jam* • Dugan, cutting t*th s#rl*ualy. Bo
ll* * man Hherry was also rut In attempt
ing to r**st.re order.
The n* gr M-s fi**stroyel the pdllng booth
atl the registration books disappeared in
A RIOT IN mil. %.
Several Heads Rroken and Some
Hard Heelers Arrested.
Philadelphia. Nov. € Shortly before
noon n small stxed riot br.k*• out in the
k’ourteenth Division **f the Fourth ward
wh*re Congt tsoenaitt M*'A leer resi*les A
nutnlisr of negroes enters*! the pdllng
place and attempted to vote. Their votes
toting refused, they drew revolvers and
n numler of shot* were fired
•‘Faddy" Mclirkli*. a pugilist of some
note, judge of the division, and said to
*e an adherent of ('ongressman McAleer,
was biily Injured aUnil the bal by
being struck arlth s revolver and wlh
Hush MfH'ioskey. another MoAleer fol
lower, wcis arrested Three of the negro.••
were also locke*l up
SIGHT M 6% KHbIA WOI URKD.
Uer BHi a hots Flre<| In Folltleal
right nt llraall, Ind.
Mraail. In i.. Nov. 6, In a riot at Caswy
ville enr'y to-day one man was kill* * I
Kight men wara severely wounded l*oil
llcs led to the fight.
About fifty men became involved In n
polttl ul •iIM-usskan In a salrwg) during th#
night Th* rntnocrats ard Repohlf .-ms
flr.ally separated, only lo *-'me together
later out** l the snli,.n. Hrn* o e shot
• Irav'-n with a shotgun. In an Inst mi
many w*-.i-*ns weie br >ught Into a< lion,
liver 2) shots wen- fired.
GOV-Rf EtT ftlNfblll) Mil fllß.
llaliriina'R Newly i liosen Keeutle
l>n ng•• roust ? 111.
Montgomery, Ala., Nov —Gov,-Fleet
VYiillarri J Kumford was suddenly stricken
with paralysis at 1 o’clock this afternoon
and. is not expected to live through tho
He has been HI disposed for several
weeks and confined to his room for the
past three weeks. Eminent physi lrs
frc*m this city have Iwen summoned, but
I trie latest reports from the hedsld* say
that the di# Ingulshed sufferer can hardly
In case of the death of Oov. Romford,
who has not yet been Inaugurated. Ihe
j legal succession would la* thrown m*o a
mill'll* as there is no precedent in the
history of the state which would govern
th<* case. The *>nstitutlon provides that
but his term will expire next Tuesday, l.e
fore ihe term of the present Governor ex
At l o'clock this morning Oov. famfuiJ
was still alive.
Population of Wyoming.
Washington. Nov. f.—The population of
the state of Wyoming as officially an
nounced by the Often* Bureau to-day. It
92.J41, ss * *mpared with Ci.7a& In IWO This
la an Increase of 31,836. or &2.4 per cant.
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Wl'l'Kl \ •.' TANARUS: MKS A WKKK II A TRAM
BRYAN AND BACON
t.HHii.l i \on: (ill PA TO TWO
1.11011 111 H(H It %T 4,
LEGISLATURE ELECTS BACON.
ST ATI .* Gl\i:* lilt VAN V MAJORITY
111 of the ItfUiofrwtl** * *MUirrami#S
In ,*orgtn 4% ere It et*r lied—(iror
mii %re \f | .it thu-inaftr Over
lln* llrpabltegn % l*t*r > —(Klr Oae
or Ino onstle* Heat for
lr % la*gt-lu I ur*- ICleet*‘*t Srnator
llui-iin fr %n*nher Term.
AG nit a, N*v k liryan a majority in
1 2*t g. i wib h thoot 40.<k1), which is Jft -
i*(i I* - t urn that given Gov Candler on**
inontii * • Ti* uuJ*r!<y for Hryan show,
an apparent In- re i . over that four year#
I*o *>f about I••• But little interest W4M
ttfcoiiif*-*t•-d aiul a very llgtia vote wa
The G->rgla fUiegstUm to W afhlngton
rem nnr sdkliv Demo*'rntic. CofTee roun
t* in b">. ,i ii< 'pi went for McKinley,
and th- (<***u of Fit/g-riiUl registered a
! heavy IbpuMl- in majority.
Hryan itM*)**tiv in Atlanta snowed a
large is* r*.i • • lt- , u)ll*uin falling to
• arry th* !•'* riu wnrd which went for
\1 Kin.*'-v pi t*s;
M Klnb v \• (*n over Hryan wae not
<inihi..**l* t at)y r* .-elv* and In Atlanta. Broh
ibly l*'■* wn oit the street ato g#t the
return** whb h wero furnßhed by the
Th* Daily New** issued a fourth extra
after •- o'* .- k. siul at k deilared McKin
ley h winner
ludhiitions nr*- that fSeorgli hae gone
for Hryan by ai.ono majority. Returns rw
• eived to-night are m< agar, hut B can Is#
safely stated that th** vote will be a large
All of the Oeorgtn congressmen will be
re-elected They are First district Lea.
er. fl* < ond. Griggs. Third, I/**mis, Fourth.
Adam*>n. I-'ifth, Livingston, hlxth. Hart
ieti. H* venth, How ml. i:ighth. Maddox.
Ninth. Tat*. Tenth, Fbnilng, Eleventh,
B run non. w lio oppose I LHlngston In thia
•llstrict, wi* terribly Mi<m**l under,
l-'ultoei county giive ftr>an a Idg vote
Edgar I .at ham was e;#< te-l elector from
One ur two counties in the state. wnt
II At'€l HHMTHt) NWATOR.
liunriini \\ mm Pretest, and Hfe Wae
Given F.verjr 6 ofe f net.
Atlanta, Nov 6. —lion Augustus O Ba
con was elerded !*nitef Htatra Kenaior
from Georgia this trKirrilng for the term
f six years, iwginning M.ren 4. next.
Maj, Ktniiti cmslvml all the votes caff,
the Bojeilists preM-nt voting for him. In
the ll*iim* lie rec*lve*l 113 votes.
The tw* Houses voterl -efiarately for
n* uutor *-! •> ns the low re)itiree, and
to-morrow at noon they will meet in joint
sees Pm to d* iarr the rewih. and Maj.
Ba-'on will Is* lulv de lared elected sen
aidr f*r the ensuing term of six years,
*e he received today a majority in both
Houses The repud wis merHy entered
on the journal to-*doy.
Th*- election was i*r*e eel*vl with In the
House Bnnudliiiely after the reading of
*he journal, upon motion of Mr. Fabler
of HlMi Mr Hinton hought It might
tn- beat t w ilt an hour n- more members
might arrive on the |ti*-<nnng trains The
members were in high humor to vote, and
l sipped Mr Feulera motion by a vole of
* to 4
Mr H ill ut Bibb, placed the name of
drnator B*on in nomination Mr Jor
dan >f Jasper, and Mr Hinton of Futaoci
seconded th* nomination, arsl then th#y
une in rapid succrspiori from member#
from Bike. Monroe. Harris Decatur, Tatt
nall. Troup. Charlton. Terrell and about
a <tftns-n more **>untl*r
Henator Ha *ai returned to the city this
morning on the 11:1®, train from Macon.
ll*' wbl address the General Assembly
in the m>rnliig at II o’clock.
f>tXl. AftFII BRIAN IMFII>KNT.
Only Ten MeKlaley \ ofee In Geor
ulii leg lain I ure.
Atlanta. Nov. 6 According to the Oeor
g.i legislature Bryan Is President of thi
Fnited mates, lie was de la red to to-dav
by President llowell of the Renata and
Hjg*aker Little of the House.
11 M Franklin of Washington, Intro
dured a resolution which authorised tha
clerk to call the roll and let all go on
record as voting for Bryan as they would
be unable to go hum# and vote. The reso
lution whs passed like a flash, and Bryan's
name was on the lips of every m. rnher
of the House except two—Foster of
IjOWbOes and HcCoy of Liberty, who voted
The vote when counted stood. Bryan 101
McKinley 2 The result was immediately
transmitted to the tteriate. and 4 similar
vote was taken, which resulted In no voles
being jadled against Bryan. Tha count
showed Bryan 4t>. M ’Klnley 0
IIIHNTLKI I AHltir.t IRWIN.
McKinley llnd a Majority In Town of
Fltsgerahl, . Nov ft —The elergloti
;!.*■***-*I off very quldly here to-day. Mc-
Kinley carried Fltsgerald by Ift. majority.
Marston. for Congress, ha.- I®S majority.
Brantley has corrl**l the county by about
. majority, while Hryan end McKinley
wlil run about even.
All tine May In *amer.
Aroerj us (#1 . Nov. 6. - Hon. E. B.
Lewis carried the Third Congressional Dls
(riet t.. day by handsome vote without
opposition A light vote comparatively
was cast In Amencus, owing to the fact
tput 1,. wis had no opposition, and the
Mm e ondHions may have obtained else
wrterc in hc district, though the flgurca
ar** not obtainable at this hour Avery
light Republican vote was cast here, the
negroes taking little interest in the pres
Carter Tate Re-elected.
Gainesville, Oa M Nov. 6.— The election
in this county passed off very quietly,
and reports from over the Ninth PistriTf
show the same conditions prevailed In all
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