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TWENTIETH YEAH. "OMAHA , FRIDAY-MOKNi Q ; NovEMBEK 7 , ISDO , M2.
BOVD STILL IN THE LEAD ,
Bovcntj-Six Oonut'os ' Qivo Him a Majority
of Nearly 4,000 , Over Richard , ? .
A VERY CLOSE TRIANGULAR CONTEST.
Develops Kxtrnord Inary
and CrnwdH Ills Oppo-
nentH ImtoHt HctnriiH I'l'oin
tlio Coiigrcuslonal District * .
Seventy-six counties In this state give the
following vote on governor :
Klehnrds , ( M,03i ; Powers , 01,373 ; Boyd ,
( V9I5. ! ) There are thirteen counties yet to bo
hcnrd from. These gave a vote for Harrison
two years IIKO of SIO ; Cleveland , ! ) , 10S , mak
ing a total of SK)3 ! votes. Thwo counties are
nil located in the remote western section of
the state and It Is doubtful whether they
will poll as full a votu as In the lust presiden
tial election. A fair estimate of the total
vote of these counties would bo 0,000. It Is
very difllcult to make any reliable forecast
ns to what thc.so counties have done tbls year
for cither of the three gubernatorial candi
dates. The total vote of the state will bo
f rom C0.,000 to 210,000 , and the candidate
who receives 70,000 votes is certain of elec
tion. Boyd Is now in the lead , but still lacks
1,0. " ) of that number , but the chances are
that his vote will exceed 70,000 , because the
. alliance m the western part of the state Is
& chlclly made up of republicans.
CounUcs. aids. Hnyd. crs.
Adams js.7 : ! . * > 15.V3
Antelope (1711 ( 811 ! ! ! SK
Itiiiumr 240 KlO S )
Itlalno ! ' "i 41 10:1 :
Ilooun ( iKI 1117 1KW
llox Untie 415 in 75
jirown itxi 250 ; tos
llllirulo 1080 COO 28M (
lliitlor 10)7 ) 15111 7K ! )
Jinrt nno 423 loCki
Uiiss 1K ! 8100 UM
Collar 4(5(1 ( ( 657 411
' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' " " ' "
'ciay'.I ! . . . ! . ! . ! . . ! ! ! . nil ? ? > Y3 ITR ?
Col fax : tr > 1070 ( M
dinning 81(1 ( 1077 Sill
Uustur l.'isa IEI : 14p. : )
Dakota 4(51 ( 7MI 7.1
Hawes MB MM nil )
II\VMHI ) ; 7J1 Ull 11S-J
Donol ! I57
DUon two 4 ! i . . . .
DodKo JKr.21:17 \ : r > io
Douglas ' . G5S , ! IKiOl 11S3
Fllluinro lias 73 KM
1'runUlln 8'JI IK 777
J'imias 6Sfl 1W1 10C.S
liiii | > IMS ! ) I'.tiO LWT
( turllulil IBS 27 222
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " " "
W drma1 ! ! ! . . ! ! . . . . . ! . ! . . ! . ! . . ! . , ( M "f > 7 4:1 :
( Jrenloy 140 1 7 7I
Hull Kid'J 1.V17 121i
Haiiilllon KM fiOO 1441
Ilarlan IteO lit ! OSI
ilitubcock : n'j a" > sis
Molt ino xt > lira
Howard 615 650 1)13 )
JclToixm l"07 1010 74i :
Johnson S74 70'2 DOS
Kcarnny ISo iiSl 1)01 )
Keyu I'alin ,
Kitth ! 17(1 ( irvi iri"
Klmlmll 1115 (31 ( fi
. Knox 740 4fi. " > 005
l.ancnstur 4707 2K)7 ) SM ! >
Lincoln tj'JO uOO 771
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' *
Miulfsoii' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 748 031 78. " >
.Merrliik 1550 JCiO SS- !
Niinco 4 'J ir,0 745
Nuinnlin 1074 ( r,1 ! 10.V )
Nuukolls 7.o : : tii8 ii6i :
( HOO liSO 2000 V.m
r.nviioo KW an 4iw
1'orklns Sill ISO 4fil
- j'loico "SO 4tt ! IBS
\ I'lioips 401 in : ir > f-i
X 1'intio 400 i.v.7 . ice :
' 1'olk : > 1 ! MJ
linii willow 7ii : m'J wo
Klcliardson 14 ; > S 1113 10S
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' " " ' ' '
Hiillno. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! ! iws iyj'l 'iVio
Hnrity 407 1W1 ( ii44 :
' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' * ' ' ' " "
Ki-oits 11 iiVir' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mt "TO ie
Howard 12t3 : 1178 &
Phcrnmii 20S .Ti. ! 740
.sionx 140 187 U7
Ktnntoil ICiO K0 ! 100
Thuyur 1077 1001 484
Tlinrslon 425 2.7 ! W
Viilloy 419 27U Rnu
Wnslilngloii 71)1 ) 1243 701
\Vaynu 410 W)0 ) 281
Wnftslor b'Jl 87J 12J.I
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iooi 7K1 lOT
Totals CJ052 CS1H3 WS7J
JRrynn Defeats Council by Four
In the First district congressional race
Drynn , democrat , is elected over Council by
4,000 majority. The oxuot vote cannot bo
given , hut as far as reported It Is as follows !
Counties. Council , llryan. Hoot ,
Douglas . 1VJ13 15,315
lingo . ! J.U3 : 2,1W ( 1,1X11
.Idlilisoii . 1)11 U.U ) SO1 !
Ni-iiiiilia . 1,011 l.rcis
Otoe . lsii : 2.S23
J'awnco . 1,210 (17.r ( >
JilcliurilMin . 1,4(11 ( 1,500 K.
Kariiy . 501 OtiO 2IK
Euundorx . 1,0 ? ) I.IIU
Totals . l 21,01'J '
How the Coiintlos llollod Up "Major.
KIcH AualiiKt Ilarlan.
In the Second district \V. A. McKoighan ,
nlll'iiico-domocrat , is elected over HarUin , re-
publican. Below nro given revised llgurcs
so far iis received up to 12 o'clock last night :
Counties. llurlan. MoKoIgbnn
Adams 14S.-J aja
Hutlur UU3 22fii
Olny _ . . . , ,
Duiuly. . ' . ' . . . . . . . . . . ! ! ! ! ' . . ! . . ! ! . . . . . . . . , ,
Klllntoro ViOS 2I.V
Knuililln 5S1 lo'
I'uriius CU3 UK
llurlnii 450 101
Jnirorson ir'H : ico1
Koarnvy. . . . . 750 12. ' )
Nuckolls W 1411
1'olk 4iU ) 1(121 (
Howunl HITS iil
TlniyiT 1152 151
Yoru 1 00 ifii
Dorscy anil Thompson Hun lichlml
the Alllnnoo Alan.
in the Third district reports so far recelvei
how ICem several lengths ahead la the race
but It Is uncertain yet ns to which of tin
three candidates bos been elected , Dorsoj
till being second mid Thompson tnlrd. Th (
following Lslho result by counties so far a ;
i-ecBlvi'd up to 13 o'clock last night :
Dortey. son. Kcni
AntolODO C57 815 lil :
iiuiinur ass in : 1
iliilno , in .i 10
lloono THO 150 1,10
llox llutto 3'.V 103
ilrottn . . . . . . . . . . , ,
lulTulo , . . . .
Jurl l 7 Ut3 1lf.
Cedur 4t5 MO 11
Obcycuuo , , . . . .
Pliorry . ' 451 ! 70 271
Colf.ix . 413 1.131 7Vi (
( Jiitiilnn . Wl IW7 CII
( iisl.T . . lil : ) 429 2.1,20
llukota . 441 7 : HI
Dawi-s . KVt 414 fi77
Mawxm . M" 2 = 7 l.HI
Dlxiiii . 44I 4I'J 4V >
lloiliro . I..VII 2,00l ! f/-Vi
Onrll-ld . 170 5 ! WJ
( irant . < fl f > 7 SI
( irroley . 154 l.Vj Ml
Hull , . . . . 's-'O lfiM , ] 1.SO )
Unit . . 4.Tt l.tni
Howard . 403 010 fc'Jj '
Honker . . . . .
Kova I'.iha . . . . .
K.-ltl . IJ5 V.1 1 150
Klmball . IW no H
KIIDV . ' 701 : i5J 741
l.liK'oln . W > . ' 177 W )
' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' " " '
. . . . . . . . . 1. ! . . ! ! . 'i2J ' "ii \A \
.Miullsnt . bit ) 073 MJ
Mel'bi'ison . . . . . . . . .
Niinco . 'Kt ! 7 6i',7
1'erlilns . SiB 177 441
I'lcico . 2P11 4'J.I ' 'III
1'liitto . 410 1,310 1,4M
'Si'dtlS llllllT . , . . 1ft" ) ao IE !
. . . . . . . .
275 17' ' K4 !
itt ; 11(1 ( 104
yis ajj : 100
. . . . . . . .
I'liiirstnn . V-7 2IJ3 82
, 'illiry . . . . . . . . .
Vnoliingloi . ' " 3 1.215 fiOil
NViiyno. . 4ii : 5D4 .VJ
Whcolcr . - - . . . . .
Totals . m703 iii.iTD 23.722
So I' ar the Majority Ajjainst In Nearly
rioturns on the prohibitory ainondment are
rolling up an overwhelming majority against
irohibltlon. The returns presented be-
ow , as received up to 13 o'clock last
light , give a majority against of .1 ,4503 , nnd
t is almost certain that tlio majority will
reach -10,000. This Is on the direct vote as
cast .for and ag.Unst prohibition. Several
.housnnd voters failed to vote either way , and
such votes also count against the prohibit
ory amendment :
AHnms . lit )
Antulonu . 150
tluliio . 0
MlilMlicr . 75 . . . .
Iloutin . 200
Itov llutto . 75
Ill-own . 75
Hutlur . C47
Hurt . WO . . . .
Cuss . ISOO
Collar. . . . , . 2SI
Jlinso . 1C2 . . . .
Cliuyonnu . 2.iO
Cherry . MO
Cliiy . 500 . . . .
olfux . 074
Cumin ? . ISl'J '
( 'lister . 250
Dakola . 419
wes . 00
l\on | . 150 . . . .
Dawson . 80 . . . .
ilio . l.WO
Pou las . "I'iOa
Duiuly . 50 . . . .
I'lllniorp . 120 . . . .
I'riinklln . 270 . . . .
nias . HO
mo . 210
( inrlluld .
Ciosnur . 200
( Irani- .
Orc ly . 600
Ilinidltoii . KM
llarliin . 1)0 . . . .
lllluhcouk . stand oil'
Hull . 400
Howuril . 82 (
Johnson . 223 . . . .
ICcaniny . 140 . . . .
Kova I'uliii . 50
Knlth . 117
ICnox . 400
I.uncii.sler . 2000
l < ntfim .
Lincoln . 700
I. imp . " . . .
.Maill-on . 500
> Jt > rrlfk . 150
Nanco . 150
Ni'iiinlKi . S . . . .
NiieKolls . 01
Oleo . 18111
I'uwni'o . 7."vl . . . .
1'nrKlns . 211 . . . .
ricri.-u . & 00
I'holps . 1072 . . . .
1'lntto . 1503
1'olk . 620 . . . .
ISi-d Willow . I'M
Hlcliuril-on . 703
Si-otts llllllT . 50 . . . .
Saline . 701
Harity . 800
Humidors . wil
utvaril . 278
Shurman . 20S
SliniK . 100
Stnnton . ; i\S
'l'hay < > r . 24i :
Tliurston . ; . . . . 40
Vnilov . 23
Washington . 751
Wiiyno . 157
Wtilts tor . 250 . . . .
York . 444 . . . .
The Prohibitionists Dlflappolated.
LINCOLN , Nob. , Nov. 0 , [ Special Telegram
to Tin : Bisi.J : The leading prohibitionists
hero sullenly concede that prohibltiom is de
feated , but admit only from live to ten thous
and majority for the nutl-prohlbltlonlsts.
They do not seem to bo in very good humor
over their defeat and nro evidently greatly
disappointed with the outcome.
Woifenbarger , Ulttenbender and other pro
hibitionists concede that the majority against
prohibition will bo over 10,000.Volfenbar -
goraaysVo : have been beaten unfairly.
The republican state central committee helped
us by offering to pay for all tickets printed
that were against tlio amendment. Tickets
were thrown out also that were not marked
for or against the amendment. Wo may yet
raise a contest about this matter. Wo have
not stopped lighting. Wo liavo captured the
next legislature , Judging from the election re
turns , and hi such event wo will pass statu
Hov. llentloy , the prohibitionist , savs :
"There are two reasons why wo were de
feated. First , because the three great par-
tics of the state were not for us , and cousC'
nuciitly were against us. Second , because
Ino ballots were not properly printed. The
tickets should have been so printed nnd given
to our supporters that they could have been
voted without scratching. Instead of this ,
both the paragraphs for nnd against Ihc
amendment appeared on each ticket , nm
many Ignorant persons who Intended to vote
for the amendment did not scratch out the
against paragraph , and consequently Itlllei
the votes , ns in such cases they were thrown
out. Wo will keep up our organization , de
spite our defeat , and will bo ready for actlor
ngaln la 1S9J. "
John C. AValHon Kleotcd.
NKim.i3KA CITY , Neb. , Nov. 0. | SpecIa' '
Telegram to Tin : HKI : . ] Hon. John C. Wnt
son , chairman of the republican state centra
committee , was elected to the house for Oto (
and Cass counties by n majority of 1,5000. Hi
was hotly opposed by the alliance and urohl
hltlonlsts chiefly because early la the cam
palgn he declared himself positively ngaltis
prohibition. To this stand ho also atlrlbule :
Ills election. Nebraska City , by the way , wo ;
the lint interior city of the state to form i
branch association of the bankers and busl
ness men and the work done by this brand
Imd n far-reaching intlucnco on the magnlQ
Wnltlnn for the Clouds to Ilnll liy
FIICMOXT , Neb. , Nov. 0. [ Special Tele
gram to THE BEE , ] Hon. L. D. Hichanl
has boon waiting the returns from Nebraski
the past two days with remarkable uncon
corn. Ho has apparently had a great dca
less anxiety nboit | the results than many o
his friends. When asked about the sltuat'oi '
tonight , ho said : "I have nothing to say a
present. I prefer to wait till the clouds rol
Congressman Dorsoy has been nt his ofllci
the most of the time yesterday aud today , Hi
ald this ovontmr : "I neither eoneedr nor
claim nnyiiilmr. 1 huvo no private nd\ ices
upon which I can base a reliable estimate.
I'ersonnlly. I cure nothing for defeat , If I am
lefoalrd. The next LVII IVMS will be demo
cratic , ando many of my friends and its
best men retired that I wo'ild not care much
.0 be there. No legislation could ho secured
which would bo creditable to the country. If
lie others are In the soup 1 might as well bo
with them. "
'H nst'tn7iit y ,
It Will lie .Made Public for the llenellt
BKfiux , Nov. ( ! . [ Special Cablegram to
fur. UBI : . ] The discovery by 1'rof. ICoch of
Hcrllu university of a method for the cure of
consumption by hmoculation with attendant
; ubercular bai-HU Is exciting the greatest in-
.crest among the medical profession and lay
men. The National JCeltungvhloh has de
voted considerable sp.ioc ) to consideration of
the subject , says today that It U probable
that a motion will bo Introduced m the Prus
sian diet looking to the establishment of n
bacteriological institute which will bo under
Iho direction of I'rof. Koch. Kmperor Will-
lam Is deeply Interested In the discovery nnd
lie receives frequent reports from I'rof. Kocti
regarding the progress ho is making in his
experiments. The professor claims that he Is
not desirous of dorlvhm any material or per
sonal advantage from his discovery and says
that ho will irniUo public his method in all its
details for the bcnellt of humanity.
Nehrnskn , Iowa and Dakota Pensions.
.V , Nov. 5. [ Special Telegram
to THE DUE.I Pensions were granted No-
braskaus today as follows' ' Increase .To-
A. Light , Norfolk ; Nathaniel K. lied-
Ion , North Loup ; William Simpson , Arnold ;
James Andrews , Lamar ; John J. Douglass ,
Lincoln ; William 11. Ituhbell , Atkinson ;
Dorscy I ) . Houck , Omaha ; Ada II. Ilowcu ,
Hastings ; James M. Woodcqck , Sioux City ;
Kacurlah Gordon , Klvcrvieg. lleissuo and
Increase Samuel Baker , Salem.
Iowa : Original invalid -William H. II.
Metcalf , German City ; D.m H. Brooks ,
Sioux City ; William I ) . Mercer , Emerson ;
A. J. Moore , Stratum , T. A. Mor
row , Lurrnbco ; James. P. Rumble ,
Con way ; William C. Fox. McGregor :
Kvon D. Bryant , Imliaiioln. Increase-Nel
son Wills , Strawberry Point ; James Marsh ,
Clurinda ; U. O. Smith. West Union ; Thomas
Couway , Wiota ; J. G. King , Clarimla ; Jnmes
W. Foster , Gray ; John C , Matthews , Mar-
shalltown ; Ken ton Doivllng , Goose Luke : J.
S. Ford , DCS Molncs ; George W. Nobles ,
Mount Ayr ; A. Green. Osugo ; Don Fike ,
Des Molncs ; Isaac Walker , Nevada ; Caspar
Kecd , Eddyvdlo. Original widows Kliza ,
widow of William U. Moore , Dean ; Helen ,
widow of Theodore Keillo , lied Oak.
Tangled Alarrlago HontlH.
Nov. 0. ( Special Telegram to
Tin : Ben. ] A pretty , dark-eyed blonde
walked to the witness stand in Judge Collins'
court room this morning. She was Mrs , May
E. Graham , but to the public she is better
known ns one of the Bangs sisters spiritual
ists and her errand was that of getting a
divorce from Henry II. Graham , a wealthy
chemical manufacturer. The marital re
lations between the two are somewhat
tangled up and very peculiar , to say the
least. According to the story of Mrs. Graham ,
she was taken to New York in 1SS1) ) by Gra
ham and there a marriuco ceremony was per
formed. She thought she was legally mar
ried , hut subsequently she was Informed
that the marriage was performed by a frlomt
of Graham's ' and not by a justice , as ho llrst
told her. In November , ISslt. she insisted on
a legal union and they went to llaclno , Wis. ,
and were made ono under the law. In a
cross hill Graham made the strange charge
that the pretty blonde fascinated him by
cunning devices and that ho was drugged
and taken to Racine , and that ho was not
In his proper senses when the ceremony
there was performed. lie did not appear to
defend the suit and the wife will got a decree.
Tlio Kaiser's Generosity.
[ Copt/rfyfit ISiaini JiimM Oonlim ffcmifU.1
BEIIMX , Nov. 0. [ New York llorald
Cable Special to TUB BiE.l : Before start
ing on n hunting trip to the estates of Count
Eulenbcrg the cmpsror handed to Minister
of the Interior Maybach an autographic
rescript in which a donation to Koch of i)00- ,
000 marks , for his services to suffering hu
manity Is recommended. Tlio grant will bo
immediately voted on at the reassembling of
the landtag. For his services In discovering
cholera microbes ICoch was granted 100,000
marks. His majesty haa also offered to pay
the expenses of the present experiments out
of his private purse.
The TniitonlH'H Eventful Voyage.
NEW Yonit , Nov. ( ) . [ Special Telegram
to THE BHE.Prom Liverpool to New York
the voyage of the Teutonic was ono succes
sion of gales , tempests and mishaps. When
the ship was ono day out from Liverpool a
woman among the steerage passengers rolled
over on her flve-month-pld child during the
night and killed It. The child was burled on
the following day. On Saturday last ah elec
tric light wire on the starboard side came In
contact with the wood work on the deck , ami
for two hours there was a blaze that kept tlio
tire brigade busy. The next day lire was dis
covered in the coal bunkers of tlio ship , and
until Tuesday morning the coals were nil re.
The Teutonic reached her dock shortly after
10 o'clock. _
Gladstone nt CnrllnlR.
T.IOXDOX , Nov. 5. [ Special Cablegram to
Tins Ben. ] Speaking at Carlisle today , Mr.
Gladstone said that if the clause contained In
the licensing bill submitted to tl < e house of
commons last spring by the government had
become n law , It would have cost the country
200,000,000 to purchase forfeited licenses
from publicans. Parliament , ho aald , Is now
wearing out Its life. Tim government Is
avoiding dissolution as a man with a bad
tooth avoids dentistry. The recent bye-elee-
lions for members of Iho house of commons
had set the seal of doom upon a long endured
iniquity and pointed to tbo beginning of au
era of peace.
Tlio Armenians In Turkey.
CONSTANTINOPLE , Nov. 0 , [ Special Cable
gram to TUB Uin. : ] In consequence of the
discovery that a revolutionary proclamation
Is In circulation among Armenians In Turkey
Iho pope bos Issued orders forbidding hold
ing any meetings by Armenians ; neither will
any sitting of the national assembly bo al
lowed. Many Armenians have been arrested
on suspicion of being concerned in the circu
lation of the proclamation. Among Ihoso
token Into custody nro Urplnrlan , member of
Iho ualional assembly , and Editor Arovelk.
Ce us n rod the Klrin for
LONDON , Nov. 0. [ Special Cablegram to
THE Bnn. ] The coroner's inquest in the case
of the victims who lost tholr lives in the fire
at Howley & Brock's ' hat , cup nnd helmet
manufactory on Middle street , on October 18
last , was concluded today. The Jury re-
lurncd a verdict censuring Iho linn for the
careless manner In which they stored uophlha
la their building.
CrlHpi Ones to Meet the Chancellor.
IloMB , Nov. fl.--Speclal [ Cablegram to
TUB BUE.J Signer Crisp ) , the Italian prime
minister , who Is to moot General von Capri vi ,
the German chancellor , nt Milan , arrived In
that city toaay. Ho was received nt the rail
way station by n number of onlclnls , and
after exchanging greetings with thorn ho en
tered a carriage and was driven to the Hotel
Hatch Is a Candidate.
ST. Loi'is , Mo , , Nov. 15. Congressman
Hatch of tlio First Missouri district , In an In
terview with a Hepuhlle reporter Ibis after
noon , announced that ho was a candidate for
the Bitoakcrsulp of the uext house of repre
Henry M. Stanley Arrives and Talks in His
Own Justification ,
THE REVELATIONS OF THE LOG BOOK.
A llcvoltiiiu Cut ulosuo of Cruelty and
Intiiiniiititty An Action for
Ubcl Will , Nift ( liu
NEW Yonit , Nov. 0. ThostcamorTeutonlc ,
with Henry SI. Stanley and party on board ,
arrived this mornlmr. ( Major 1'oiul , manager
of Stanley's tour ; Colonel T. A. Knox , Kd-
wnrd Qulntard and Colonel Flndloy Ander
son mot the pnny.
Stanley was asked to say something
about the rear , guard troubles
and the stand the London papers
liavo taken on It sineo , his departure from
England. lie said : "I do not wish to say
much about it , and have not road London
natters enough to express an opinion. I object
to stirring the inuttor Up unless I nm forced
to do so. I am JustiloJ In all my censure of
the rear guard which has caused the attack
made upon mo In the back. "
In another Interview referring to Bart-
telot's diaries and Lieutenant Troup'a book ,
Stanley repeated what ho has already said as
to the condition of the war guard when ho
returned from Albert Nyanza. Krom Yam-
biiya ho wrote at oneo to Kmlii that relief
had come , lulling them the roar column was
wrecked by neglect of Its ofllcers and their
Indifference to the interests of tlincxpodi *
tlon. Referring to Troup , Stanley said ,
when hogotto/anzcbnronoof the llrst things
ho found was a letter from Troup vloluntly
abusing Harttclot. I never answered tub
letter , because It needed a personal interview ,
as there were many questions 1 found It
necessary to ask biui , the principal ono being
why ho and others preferred to reiiioin and
starve at Ynmbuva Instead of moving on :
why they stayed until so many men died
from disease or had been killed. I never
could get a satisfactory answer from Bouncy
and hoped to get ono from Troup. I received
another letter from him and answered Hint It
bo would revise it I would publish It , as it
contained many things unlit for publication ,
lie was so obstinate be wouldn't revise It ,
and sent It back demanding I should publish
it. Then Troup wrote mo a threatening let
ter , stating I would have to bo prepared to
meet such measures as he might see lit tocin-
iloy to vindicate himself. I wrote him , say-
ng if ho thought ho wu.s tdaligncd unjustly to
go ahead. I could see many things connected
with Hie rear guard I should prefer to keep
from the public , but If bo wished to publish
everything ho could do so.
"I have Bonnoy's report of the troups ,
two letters of Ward's account which I re
ceived and more important than all I have
the log book , signed by the ofllccrs day after
day. Without any otbcr evidence that log
book of itself would prove that I was justi-
lled In my censure of the rear column , which
was very mild , iu my 'letter to the commit
"Am 1 going to publish that
log ! I caunot say , I think It
bolter to wait awhile , or until I have rc.id
Troup's hook. Uonnoy could relieve nil this
criticism by telling what he knows and writ
ing a plain , simple story of what took place :
how it was that Mujbr Barttclot was killed ;
how it was that these men died like sheep ;
how It wasthat this rpnr column , so grandly
equipped before starting , fell to rot. . "
Strnley this evening received several re
porters and talked at length about occurrences -
rences in eboUarttlCtT mmp. > ; .
"Tho cause of the killing , " no said , "was
the major's violent temper. As soon as ho
reached camp from Nyanza ho had trouble
with ono of the Arab chiefs becaus enough
couriers wore not furnished , although Don-
ney told him ho had already enough. Bartto-
lot beat the Arab in a horrible manner with
a stick. Early on the morning of .Tulv 19 , ho
was awakened by loud singing and beating
of drums. Being informed it was theAfrlcan
custom In saluting the rising sun ho
said , with an oath , ho would shoot the first
person that refused to stop the noise and tak
ing a revolver went out. Near the chief's
hut ho found a woman who was singing ; and
men drumming. The woman was the wife of
the chief , and when ho commanded her to
ccaso singing she paid no attention , for all
natives hated him , Burttelot then struck
mid kicked her. Her husband , the chief , took
down his I'illo and Wiled Barttelot on the
"From such reports 03 I could obtain , Stan-
lop said , It appeared Uarttolot nrndo himself
very distasteful to the natives. Ho hart a
habit of ridiculing thorn which provoked them
very much. For these reports I do not rely
on Uonucy. Both Arab and native chiefs
went over the matter very minutely
The logbook of the camp , signed by Bart-
telot , Jnmleson , Uonuoy and Ward wus sim
ply ono long account of remorseless Hogging
and inhumanity. Harttclot oven kicked his
own attendant a little hey , Soulti , and the
boy died trom the injuries indicted- Ono
man took a piece of raw meat because ho was
crazy with hunger , and for this ho received
! HX ) lashes. As soon .vs the man was ublo ho
ran away , but was eapturea and shot by
Barttelot's order. "
Stanley says Bonncy told him only n short
tlmo ago that half the horrors that existed In
that camp are not yet kriowu. Stanley , when
ho returns to England , may bring action for
libel against Barttelot's brother , In order to
have the matter sifted to the bottom ,
Wiley's SiiRar Report.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 0. [ Special Telegram
to Tin : Bin.J : Prof. Wlloy of the agricul
tural department has prepared an interesting
document showing the importance of the ef
fort to build up the sugar beet industry In
the United States together with a full discus
sion of the soil , clhnnto and fertilizers suit
able for beet culture ; "In my Judgment , "
suld Prof. Wiley , "tho work of experimental
stations , In respect to the bectsugar Industry ,
should , for the present consist In the careful
stniiy of soil and climatic conditions and ex
perimental demonstrations of the best
methods of produclufc beets for sugar
and for seed. Therew no necessity for an
experimental study of ttjo methods of manu
facture anil no opportunity for the produc
tion of beets on a larct ) icnlo. If the stations
can teach by actual demonstration the proper
methods of beet culture and seed production ,
it Is all that can reaiotmbly bo asked of thoin.
Whatever plant may'ho selected for the
American sugar industry , beet , sorghum or
cane , the stations should see to It that all re
sults are brought first to the standard of
yield of sugar per aero.
Denies Tluit Unionism IN Pulling.
LONDON , Nov. (1 ( Special Cablecram to
TIIH BEB.I Mr. Gosch'cn , chancellor of the
exchequer , speaking at Halifax tonight , de
nied that the result'.of the bye-elections
proved that unionism was falling. A few re
verses at the outpostq nro not going to deter
mine the issue of a great campaign. The
Ghidstonlans , ho said , resembled advertising
quacks , promising relief for every kind of
human ailment. The unionists would do
their best to tlnd genuine remedies for exist
ing evils. lie was confident that the steady
and good sense of the country would approve
honest methods of social and political progress
in preference to the guidance of quacks.
Pugilists Round Over.
Livimrooi. , Nov. 0. [ Special Cablegram to
TIIK Br.K. ] Lambert , the Canadian pugilist ,
O'Ncil , the Lancashire man , who were nr-
rest id last night Just before tnuy wore to
take part In a prize light nt the Lyceum ,
were arraigned today before a magistrate
ana bound over to keep the peace.
The I'iro Iteuord.
TitvcKne , Gain. , Nor. 0. Shortly after mid
night IIro broke out In the rear of Stall's '
brewery and as the wind was blowing a hur
ricane the llames wuru soon beyond control.
Despite the efforts of the cltlon Bust Main
street was soon In ashes and all ( do fnuni )
buildings on Front street nro burning. Nearly
forty buildings , Including the entire buMmns
portion ol the town , were destroyed by 'J
o'clock. Tlio wind shifted about A o'clock
and the lire , which threatened to completely
wine out the town , Is tuw under control ,
The nggivguto of losses is osllmntou at
$110,000 ; Insurance about $ -2MO. ( ) ( It Is
thought an Incendiary started the lire.
Burru.o. N. Y. , Nov. ii. - Early this morn
ing the Wells elevator and mult house burned
to the ground. The Intense heat eiu ed an
elevator across the rlvor to burst out its
sides ami n stream of Ilaxsooil poured into the
river. In the burned elevator worn about two
hundred nnd ninety thousand bushels of
( train , which Is n total loss. The loss Is HM-
( HX ) , on which there Is an Insurance of S-'IW.-
Mit.t.r.H'sF.vt.t.s , Mass. , Nov. ( VAt a dem
ocratic celebration bore lust night a spark
from a bonfire fell on'o a box of powder ,
which exploded , fatally injuring one man and
seriously wounding two others.
Loxii Isi.ixit CITY , N. Y. , Nov. ( I. An ex
plosion of naphtha , gas at the Standard ell
works today fatally Injured 1' , Halloran. Two
others were seriously injured.
I'niiAiMii.i'iitA , Nov. tl.1Mro tonight do-
strayed the cooper shop of the 1'ldlndi'lphla
Cooperage company ou Otsogo street , the
sonp factory and spleo mill of P.O. Toinson
on Swansea street and a large ware house
owned by the Pennsylvania railroad com
pany. Loss ? 1 . " ) ,000 covered by insur.mco.
Lot'lsvu.i.i : , Nov. 0. A disastrous lire Is
reported at Owcnsboro. Tlio tolcuraph and
telephone ofllccs are burned nnd no details
H7 > ' . I r.TIIY IH'itMtSTS.
County Judge Illgglns StinotB Colonel
nel I'rluc on n Hallway Train.
KAXJHS CITV , Mo. , Nov. C. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB Bii.l : : At 5 o'clock this after
noon lion. John Hlgglns , judge of the county
court of Pettls county , Missouri , shot and
killed ColoncTThomas B. Price , a grandson
of the Into General Sterling i'rlco. The
shooting took place on a Missouri Pacific
train near Scdulla and created intense excite
ment. Both gentleman are worth each moro
: lmn $100,000 and are political leaders. The
illlliiif was the result of an election dispute.
Colonel Price tried to stive himself with his
cano but the judge shot too ( illicitly. Tlio
passengers on the train , which \v.is running
it something lilto thirty miles an hour , were
almost panic stricken.
Iligglns gave himself up and the sheriff
lore received a message this evening sum
moning him to go after the prisoner at once ,
as fears of lynching uro entertained.
Ofiden's Mreet I Cull wiry Fight.
Onm'N' , Utah , Nov. 0. [ Special Telegram
to Tin : UEC.J Ogdcn Is having a genuine
metropolitan street railway light. Tlio city
iad its original company , the Ogden city
railway company , a motor and horse car line ,
decently nn attempt to build au electric rail
way was begun by II. II. Henderson. Joseph
Hrinker and A. S. Garrettson. The Ogden
city company claimed an exclusive franchisee
; o the streets it occupied , and attempted to
enjoin the council from granting the now
company n franchise and the city from ac
cepting the nond. Uoth injunctions were re
fused by the court. A restraining order
was served by the Ogdcn city
company on the Henderson company
on Wednesday night to prevent the latter
from crossing the tracks of the former or oc
cupying its right-of-way. Tdis order was
granted by a judeto living in a distant part of
the territory and dissolved by Judge .Miner of
Ogden yesterday. The old company cntorod
suit yesterday against the Henderson people
for $150,000 damages to its property. Moro
Interesting developments of this kind are ex
pected very soon. ,
Nniv YORK , Nov. 0. Judgments aggregat
ing $070,121 were entered by default today In
the county clerk's ' office against Lllloy War
ren Churchill , duchess of Marlborough.
Various dohts nro for money loaned and were
contracted in Birmingham , England , on Sep
tember 20 , last.
The creditors are Lloyd's ' bank dim. ) ,
JlOfl.Mr ; Hobert Harding Mil ward , ellW.ffir
and John Jaffroy $18GJ ( < 1 , who secured judg
ment for tlio.so amounts besides costs
nnd Interest from September 2(1 ( , whun
the money was borrowed. Tlio numinous
was served personally on the duchess but uho
did not appear.
The Irish Patriot * In Canada.
OTTAWA , Out , , Nov. 0. [ Special Telegram
to Tun Bnn.l SirJohn McDonald said today
that If Dillon nnd O'Brien came to Canada
they could not bo prevented from exercising
the right of free speech. They were British
subjects and members of parliament , and
oven if they were subjects of a foreign coun
try with which England was not at peace ,
they could not bo molested. Ho felt sure no
attempt would bo madu to interfere with
A 1,0110 Highway mini's Work.
KASHAS CITT , Mo. , Nov. 0. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Bi'.n.l A masked man stopped a
buggy containing Walter Thomas and James
Potts near Independence hi it night and
compelled them to give upall their valuables.
This Missouri Black Bart hold bis revolver
BO hard against the face of young Thomas
that It loft a i-ed ring on his cheek. Although
both young men were armed they did not got
a chance to draw their weapons on thu lone
A Profitable Fa II nro.
CnifAoo , Nov. 0. Serious charges \vcro
preferred In court today against Leopold
Brothers k Co. , who failed a few days ago ,
by BornhclmorSons& Co. of Now York.
The complaining linn accuse the Leopolds of
having falsely stutod their standing to com
mercial agencies , that some of the judgments
entered were without consideration , and that
a number of book accounts had been assigned
to the relatives , who ore not creditors ,
Mother Kills Her
Nov. 0. Barbara Lain-
prccht killed her six-year-old daughter Mary
this morning by cutting her throat with a
razor. She then attempted suicldo with the
Mrs. Lemprccht also attempted to kill her
slx-innnWis-old Infant , but only succeeded la
wounding the child slightly. The unfortunate
woman , who committed the deed during a fit
of temporary Insanity , is In a critical condi
Iowa Kpworth Iiengno Convent Ion.
Dns Moixr.s , la. , Nov. 0. ( Special Tele
gram to Tun HKI : . ] The first state conven
tion of the Epworth league of Iowa Is In ses
sion hero with ovorthroo hundred delegates
in attendance , Including many ministers.
Subjects ol Interest to young people's so
cieties in the Methodist Episcopal church uro
Tlio AVnntlier Forecast.
For Omaha and Vicinity Fair and
For Iowa nnd Nebraska -Light rain or
snow ; cooler ; northerly winds ; cold wave In
For South Dakota Light snow ; con-
tinuqd low temperature ; northerly winds.
I Join n 'IlirnwcrH nt. Trieste.
TiiiKSiTE , Nov. 0.- [ Special Cablegram to
TUB BKB. ] A bomb was exploded today In
front of the monument erected here to com
memorate the live-hundredth anniversary ol
the union of Trieste and Austria. For
tunately no damage was done.
It ing William
TUB lUoun , Nov. 0. King William la
\vorao today ,
1'attl Under tlio Woniltcr.
LONDONNov. . .0 [ Special Cablegram to
TUB Btii.JIt U announced that Mine ,
Patti will bo tumble losing 5 'hcltcnham '
tomorrow. She Is sulTer'nu . . tin n sere
throat , ono of tlu < efforts of tlitjs I , and her
physician ad\lsod her not tea , . pi to slug
for several days. " ?
Jt. I .vs. i .v c/rT Tit.11 . v.
A Now York TrnvHInii Mai < t ( ly
a Suspicious lliiHbiit
K\NSI Cm , Mo. , Nov. il. 11. 4 vover ,
a well known oattlo dealer , wai t and
fatally wounded this afternoon \j diaries
" llffard , n New York tmvollng salesman , nt
.ho Hotel Andrew. CJivevorltad paid consid
erable attention to Mrs. Clifford and nor hus-
jaud suspected their relations were not en
tirely Innocent. This afternoon ho saw
flrcovor enter his apartments , and going up
: rled to get Into the room. The door was
ocked , and on trying it ho heard a scuttle
uul then the key turned. When ho rushed
nto Iho room , MM. Clifford explained that
Groover had made Insulting propositions to
icr. Clifford theivupon drew his revolver
nnd shot , Crcovor ! four times. Ureevcr , In his
into-inortoin statement , said ho went to tlio
iott > l to see Mrs. Hall , the landlady , to pay
lis board bill. She was out and Mrs. Clif
ford asked him Into her bed room , saying she
would irot Mrs. Ball after they .had talked for
a few mlntitrs. I'lllTord Jumped In and or-
lercd him to throw up his hands , rjroovor
stnrtod to walk out. when Clifford shot him.
[ to claims it was n blackmailing scheme.
l.Oltl ) C < HiitIIK1K STKH'tSH.V.
The Tjitrd Chief ilustluc of Kngland in
n Critical Oimllllon.
LONDON" , Nov. 0. [ Special Cablegram to
Tin : llr.n. ] Much excitement was created
n the queen's bench division of the high
court of Justice today by the sudden illness
of LordColeildgo , lord chief Justice of En
gland. Ills lordship had heard a c.use In his
trivutc room and , though ho had complained
of feeling ill during the hearing , was able to
give a decision in the matter. Directly after
ward ho was sel/.ed with an npnpletlo or
taralytlc stroKe , Tlio tichrost doctor was in
Jhnnoery raiiP , clew to the law courts , and
10 was hastily summoned to attend his lord
ship. Other messengers were dispatched to
I/ml Coloddgo's residence and Lady
Coleridgo proceeded instantly to the noitrt to
render what assistance she could to her
stricken husband. His lordship was placed
upon an improvised couch in the nntoroom.
Jther doctors were summoned and are now
n attendance upoa him. They declare that
ills comillton Is critical.
It lias since bivn ascertained that Lord
Colcrldgo is suffering from neither npoploxy
icr par.ilysis , us was at first stated , but from
u severe attack of gastritis.
Tills afternoon tlio doctors announced that
ils lordship was able to bo removed and ho
was taken to his homo in a carriage.
Tlio Castor County Dlvinlon.
Axsi.nr , Neb. , Nov. 0. [ Special Telegram
to Tin : Hii-Tho | Jubilee over the division
of Custer county still continues tonight. The
streets nro crowded with people , farmers
'rom twenty miles around coming to join In
he celebration. The people are wild witu
enthusiasm , and between the llringof. canon
md placing of brass bands tlio air is filled
with sltouts and cheers. The sky Is all ahlazo
with the grandest pyrotechnic display over
witnessed in this section of the country. At
.his hour there arc fully llvo hundred howl-
ng , hnppy psoplo thronging the streets and
.heir joy is unconfined.
Fined For Violating the Sunday Ija\v.
EI.KIIOUN , Neb. , Nov. 0.- [ Special Tele-
jrain to Tim Bui : . | The continued case of
[ ho stnto against August C. Uhtof , charged
with selling liquor on Sunday , was called in
Justice Smith's court , today. Uhtof's ' attorney
isked for a cbango of venue , but Justsco
5mitb would not grant It. Tlio attorney for
the defense took nn exception to the court's
ruling and rctireu , The state examined ono
witness and rested Its coso. Uhtof was found
guilty and lined * IOO and stands committed
until paid. Ho was taken to Omnna this
evening ana placed In jail.
KC.HINUY , Nob. , Nov. 0. [ Special Tele
gram toTnii Bii:1 : Thrco tramps wont on n
clothing raid hero tonight. Tlioy got ono
overcoat out of a chop house , another from a
clothing store dummy anil another overcoat ,
coat mm minor articles from some unknown
place. After quite a so.irch nnd chase Ofll-
rers Harrison ami Smith and Demity Sliorilt
Wilson caught tlio thieves and landed them
In Jail. The stuff was in their possession.
They are tough looking customers.
Celebrated tlio Victory.
Pi. VTTSMOUTII , Neb. , Nov. 0 , [ Special
Telegram to Tin : BKE , ] This evening the
Personal Hlghts league of this city celebrated
the glorious victory over prohibition in an
enthusiastic and hilarious manner. Bon lives
were blazing from every hilltop and the
hands discoursed Joyous un.I victorious miisio.
A largo uumhor of citizens Joined In a big
parade with torches and emblems nnd everyone
ono testified to their Joy in the ilofeat of the
Poiic > n lOloctB for Waterworks.
POXOA , Neb. , Nov. 0. [ Special Telegram
toTiicHiiii. ] A proposition has been sub
mitted to the people of this city for the estab
lishment of a system of waterworks In Ponca
and a special election was held today to adopter
or reject the plan submitted by the city conn-
ell. The election resulted In a majority of
sixty-two for the waterworks.
Old llorpiiH at Cliadron.
CIT.UWON , Neb. , Nov. (1. ( [ Special Telegram
to TIIK B KB. i Last night was tlio coldest of
the season and exposed water pipes were
frozen , The weather has continued quito
cola nil day , About t o'clock this afternoon
It commenced to snow , and at tills time , G
o'clock , the ground is becoming white.
Holt County liitrlut Court ,
Nob. , Nov.Speoial ( ) [ Tele
gram to Tun Bun. ] District court con
vened hero today , lion. M. Klnkald , Judgo.
The entire day was trilten up mi tlio llrst call
of the docket , which is very Jurgo , there bo-
lug over live hundred cases.
An Oxjroldo I'anlonoil.
TOI'EKA , Kan. , Nov. fl. Governor Hum
phry today pardoned William lialdwla of
Atchlson , ronvictcd January 1I.18SO , of the
muraer of his sister. The father died and
loft a fortune to Ills widow , son and daughter.
Young Baldwin was dlxsatlsllcd with his
share , and a short tlmo afterward his sister
dlod from the effects of chloroform under
peculiar circumstances , The conviction was
on circumstantial evidence.
Tliolr Small ANHOIH.
CITV , Mo. , Nov. 0. Judge CJlbson
was appointed receiver for the Artisans Mu
tual Building and Loan association this morn
ing. The association was Incorporated In
1KSS with $1,000,000 capital stock. The last
statement showed assets of IW.OOO. The HX-
nminatlon of the books today shows assets of
$ 'JUUO ' , , mostly In notes.
DFCATUII , 111. , Nov. 0 , The Alexander
knitting company have made nn assignment
assets , fcil.OOO ; liabilities , $75,0(10. (
HosroN , Mass , , Nov. (1. ( W. O. Boll , t Co.
provisions , have assignou. It is expected the
llubllllh'.s will hu heavy. Tlio member * o
the linn decline to make any statement.
IlAicrroun , Conn. , Nov. 0. The Flftl
annual convention of Christian workers In
the United States and Canada opened hen
this morning. A largo ulUnduuce was prcs
THE TALE OF THE RETURNS ,
Senator Emits Will Probably Have a Demo *
cmtio Successor ,
DEPEW AND SPRINGER INTERVIFWEDj
They Talk on the Causi-s of the
zai-d-lluw the .Molllnlcr
All'outcd ( lie Fleet ion-
Kt.Miin , N.Y. , Nov. -Kv'twoll ' < dwi. )
s elected to oonirtws from IhtiTwonty-oighth
[ strict by lo than ono huudivd plurality.
'he latest returns make this showing , al-
hough the republicans clal'n that Noye.s U
Niw : Youif , Nov. ft. The associated piva.i
oport.s show that the domivr.its will liavo ou
olnt ballot SI votes against TO for ( bo rcpub.
leans. This insures tlio election of a demo *
ratio ouccossor to Senator Kvimts.
Sr. Pti'i. , Minn. , Nov. ( I The latest figures
rom the Filth congressional district Itidl *
nitcs the poss > lblo election of Ilulversen < , aU
lance ) .
Keturns from sixty-six counties give
Morrlam ( rep. ) for governor a pin-
ahty of Il.b'-'O , with tlficon counties
o be heard from. It looks as If
Mcrrlnmis elected. The democrats carry
ho l-'irsl , Third mid anil Fourth
slonnl districts , nnd thn republicans Iho
Second district. The Fifth district is la
laubt. Tlio nllinuco people will probably
mid the balance of power In the state Icgls.
ST. ! ci. , Minn , , Nov. rt.-Oniclal , unof.
leal , but complete and estimated returns
rom all but seven counties of the state gh-o
Merrhim ( rep ) sii.CuS ; Wilson ( demi 7ilil5. :
Murallly for Mcrri.un , " , (110. ( The n > inaliuuR
ountios nro expected to cut this iilur.illty
lown , and the repulillc.in coinmitdv is darni
ng MeiTiam's elocllnn by over 1,000 , whil \
ho * > niocruts claim ( iOi ) for Wilson Italnep.
on ( farmer's ullianc ) is probably dei-tcd to
ongrossin thu Filth district over t'oinstoclc
ivp ) and \Vbitoinan idem ) . In tin1 Second
listrict , CiiMioral Baker , alliance c.uidl-
late with democrat cmlor-.oment , clatina
lection over Llnd ( ivn ) . If tbls
troves to bo the i-nso HIP tu'xk
ongressloual ilulegatlon from this s > iato will
bo three dcmofratcs und two alliance. .
0XTOV , O. , Nov. 0. A lack of telegraph
facilities In Holmes eounty prevents the a.i-
ccrtalnlng exactly of the vote in McKintoy's
listrict. Mclvinlny rnm-edes Warwick's
: loction by about : iiH ) , and tbls will lie veritled
mless the vote of the pivciuets In Ilolmoa
onnty show unexpected gains for McICtnloy ,
C NTOV , O. , Nov.Major ( ! Mi-Klnloy said
his afternoon , to au associated press vo-
jnrtpr , that , while conceding his prabablo do-
cat , bv a small majority , ho is satisfied with
ho result. Ho said the isouo was between
.ho protection tariff nudti tariff for rovcnuo
only , clear anl distinct , and nothing else on >
ered into the canvass. Ills bill was the con.
.or of assault. The result , he rog.irds us a
iotory. A majority of over ' .VIiUdeinoetMtio
n tbeso counties last jear was ivduccd to
ihoat ' 'CD this your , lie c.irrled ills own
vard and city and county by a largo major *
ty , showing unpi-ecedonted gains.
CANTOX , O. . Nov. -Unless ( the ofllelal conn *
n Stark and Holmes counties ebaiigns , Mo-
Clnloy Is Hefeatcd by 'J-JT votw.
Cr.BVEi.iND , O. Nov. (1. ( The republican
Into committee still claim the election ol
Poorman ( rep ) in tbo Seventeenth district
over Pearson ,
PiiiMnKi.rniA , Nov. ( ! , Complete return *
on the state legislature show III at the repub *
leans have a majority of fil > on Joint ballot.
I'IIIMIIKMMIMNov. . ( ! . Alex 1C. Craiff
dcm ) is elected to congress from the Twc *
y- fourth district , defeating Andivw J St
nrtovur 10,000 votes. This district In 1S
gave a republican majority ofI.IIN Coin-
ilcto llgure.1 now huvo boon received from
every district in tlio state. The new dele
gation will stand 17 roimhlii-ans and 1 1 demo
crats , a democratic gain ofI. .
I'nii.uini.riiiA , Nov. -Complete rotu ns
'mm every county foot up a plurality for
'attlson ( dem ) for governor of lii.l.ii ' : , u dem
ocratic gain compared with 1V < S of M.M-l-
riiong'i Delnnnter , ( rep ) candidate for gov
ernor , Is thus defeated , all his colleagues on
he stuto ticket uro elected by dodslvo Min
orities , _
Cull Corn i a.
SAX FIIAXCISCO , Cnl. , Nov. ( -Uctnrns
'rom 1,091 precincts in C.iliforni.i out of a
total of 12,193 glvo Markham ( rep ) , for gov
ernor , a plurality of 1U.OIK ) .
SAX PIIAXCISCO , Gal. , Nov. ( V Cotnpleto
returns received tills evening frommoro tlmn
ono half the precincts In California , outsiilo
of Sun Francisco , and from about two-thirds
of tbo precincts , give Markham ( rep ) , for
governor , moro than 1,0K ) ( ) plurality over
1'ond ( doin ) nnd also show thiit tha
republicans havu carried the entire stata
ticket by a generally similar plurality ,
The entire republican ticket of this city
with tbo exception of out ) minor onlco la
undoubtedly elected. There seems to bo no
doubt the republicans oleetod llvo out of six
congressmen In the stnto and the Indications
nro thopiitlro congressional delegation will
bo republican ,
* South Dakota.
Hriiov , S. I ) . , Nov. 0. | Special Telegram
to Tun BII : . | The returns now Indicate Iho
ro-electlon of A. C. Mlllctto ( ropj governor by
from : i,000 to 5,000 majority , although Iho Independents -
dependents claim Louck's election. The leg
islature will bo independent nn Joint b'lllot ,
they having elected 111 out of Kill members.
Tbo republicans will control the senate. Tlio
democrats will present Bavtoll to succeed
Moody In the United States Donate. The In *
dependents will present A loi/.o : Wnrd'iil ' , tlio
nllliuiro candidate of last year. Leading dem
ocrats hero snv they will urge Marls Taylor ,
tholr deloatod candidate for governor , a >
Moody's successor ,
Mi\xi\j'oiin , Minn. , Nov. 0. I.atrst . re
turns from South Dakota show the- result h
nn alliance victory and that Louuks is elected
governor. Tlio legislature will also bo alli
ance , thus Insuring the defeat of Hcnatoi
Moody , _
Dr.TiioiT , Mich. , Nov. ( J. It Is thought tha
wholu democratic state ticket U elected by
from 0,000 to iM ; ) > plurality. Tlio legisla
ture Is democratic. The First , Second , Fifth ,
Sixth , Seventh and Tenth congressional dls-
trlctH linvii gene democratic and tbo Third ,
Fourth , Ninth and ICloventli republican. Tim
Kighth Is Indoubc.
DmiioiT , Mich. , Nov. 0. Tbo Third.
Fourth and Eleventh congressional districts
return republican congressmen. The KightU
and Ninth are still In doubt. Tbo other six
go democratic. _
Now IlnmpMliIri ; ,
CONCOHII , N. II. , Nov. 0.Tho republican *
rcncedo the election of Daniel 'duni ) in tha
Second congressional district. This gives
tl > o democrats tlio two congressmen from tliU
state. Both parllns claim the legislature.
Co.Moitit , N. II. , Nov. 0. Returns from all
hut a faw small towns glvo TuHlo 'rep ) for
( 'ovornor , ID.WWj Amsdcn , . | 0JOO ( : Flutchoe
( pro ) , 1'JT' ' . The rcnubllcaim claim ton to
twenty majority In the liuuso and tbo ilonio *
cruUs claim from two to sixteen.
Hiits-A : , Mont , , Nov. 0.Tho republican
committee claims that Carbcr will have *
small majority but Dlxon'.s election Is gorier'
ally conceded by 200 to10J plurality. Tlio
democrats uluimto majority In tbo state sou-
IN DUX ATOMS , lud , , Noy , 0. Heturus
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