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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Benefit but it was not suf ficient to secure their oloctiou JLL JnLW the Political Horizon to the Democratic Gains in stgto Excepting Will Have a Bem Will Also Gain United States Several Republican States ve Doubtful Cyclone Sweeps Over Kansas and Nebraska Surprised and a Great Deal Happior Lore Distressing trACO in the his VlDOis have the tickets of tho iln parties been scratched to such f in the present election and Mmnaceerationto say it is owing to Kone that twentyfour hours delay which lias ensued between tne tfce polls and the time reliable Even now there tv that thci official returns radically the apparent re the state The elements lave entered into the present to and contributed In acreatex tte scratching are the Farmers Dcnefit the agitation compulsory school law and the in tait citizens ticket in Cook The results also show that tea an imnicnfo amount of x on local and state tickets not to Cook couuty but throughout the the local contests were The indications tonight point W rinuci larger Lutheran or anti j law vote than was antici J cither It is doubtless a Haitis expressed opposition to the in its present form and to Arnbergs cscencc in its modification that although of different il but both of German received the immense vote they did in all localities where sectarian societies have agitated choo In Chicago alono appears to run no less than ioMVilson his colleague on the dom ic As the greatest opposition i school law was confined to Chicago it county this issue coupled with MSC foreign speaking element fully explain Raabs phe streugth for the superinten o public Through tbe southern section of the to which localities is principally the strength of the Farmers il BcoeOt the republi nominces appear to have lost The tact that the deni ciudldate for state is a Official in the Farmers Mutual Ben jatioa accounts for his popular local cities where the Tneiuber if that organization is On e ol iniOinpleU and estimated re sonight the result on thp state Sin Illinois is as follows inz republican randidate Blc is elected by illty over Wilson Henry democratic candidate lor state su todent of publii is id by plurality over llichard The Indications are that three of wjepubllcan nominees for trustees of university are elected by slight Congressman Tav of the first is reelected by a maorit of SSI PAIKSSS Wi Inlereat Aroased Throughout llli iy Blg interest has lelt in Illinois on the outcome of which John icr made for election of a demo t majority in the general assembly ballot Early in June the demo deparlcd from their usual custom raed General Palmer in the state itlon as United States senatorial against the present and General Palmer made a il canvass of the state in behalf of The republicans have had an zff o several holdover senators alone has prevented the demo 1iron carrying the general assem Weed they have been parties tonight are claiming a ma on joint In the doubtful lets throughout the state the demo uniformly won by elect aiajority representatives as senator in districts senators were to be one or two districts outside of pcounty do tiey appear to have lost iniiacofthesea Farmers Alliance ItWose allegiance to eitherof the 2 putles is questionable has been is The republi committee insists to control the general assembly to six on joint but the as vigorously insist they will y Irom ono is still in doubt and must re tte official returns are Probabilities are the repub a majority of Cannon has received substantiallyfull returns from his district and coneonVs his defeat by from 200 to 500 contoacs Mercer Illinois Special to Tho 111 county official btate Aniborc Wilson dent of public Edwards Eaab Johaun pro For Gest Cable Sholtou General Anderson rep 3 374Guthrie Edmunds Myers 3 county judge 2C5 county clerk 79 Vcrnon school super All of the county ticket aro Jn the TwentyFourth llllnolii District Special to The HawkEyej the following is tho correct vote of Hancock and Hen derson counties this district will be represented in the next assembly by Myers and Anderson two democrats and one republican Kanakas liners Congressman Springer man bpringer is reelected by over A gain of over Sanga mon county gave the state democratic ticket about the entire democratic ticket is elected by from 500 to state senator and two democratic members of tho legislature are Meuard county gave the democratic state ticket 175 Gegt Concedes Cables of the eleventh telegraphs the Associated Press that the plurality of Cable will be or in the eleventh How it Special to Tho and Rich land Grove townships are responsible for tha extreme small majority of Cables in Kich land of course had to do ob sequious service to its chief and inconsequence changed its majority for Gest two years ago to a reverse one for Cable this time to the tune of about HO Keithsburg also knifed the tireless re turns from Adams county give Amberg for Wilson Edwards for state superin Eaab an average democratic gain of 300 over two years The democratic ticket is elected by majorities ranging from 300 to full vote of state unofficial and indicate the election of Amberg for state by a plurality of about over Wilson Ed wards for superintendent of in by a plurality of over Eaab an interview in a local paper this Chairman of the republican state central speaking of the election says lil tell you will do well if we come out of this fight with our It is due to the school house It is ail well enough in American wards for re publicans to get out and make a fight for the Little red school house and that sort of thing but it is not practical poli tics this The republican party in Illinois has enough to do to fight the democrats alone without taking up all the issues flfcat come Senator in an Interview said Our defeat Is owing to three things the McKinley the Farmers Alliance and the school There is no use denying that tho people are won derfully prejudiced the against MeKinlcy bill and many republicans seized upon the opportunity of showing their disap proval of It will take time to get tho people to fully understand this Mc Kinley law but when they do their will be a landslide tha other a hour to night the returns in Cook county are in complete and the contest between Law ler and Gilbert is They arc running very this evening Congressman Fithiau telegraphs the Associated Press asserting that the complete returns will show his re election by 500 A dis patch from Kankakco also indicates probability that complete returns may THUKSDAY NOVEMBER 1890 PRICE r 15 CENTS Its success as even ILS ouccess as even a nrobihiliti the first time in many yeamheJo can congressional and broken to f ragmen Ou publican escaped the from democrats were BroderiTI Uroderlck hv successful the over inajor Farmers alliance carried tho 5 4 r n n tho ttirdOtis over Kelly in the Davis ove JL auuLiier surprise the possible defeat of Senate In 1S91 Farn n e tanners alliance and democrats waged a bitter campaign against him and a ma distrcts contained one of candidates against the republican of result Is the election ninetyfive Farmers alliance and ance an democratic legislators against thirtv re Some of the latter may vote for but this the opposition claim those newly elected who oppose him to gether with tho opposition will give surely ninety vows or a ma jority of six against This now looks to be the correct statement of In galls but it tellable to modifi whlln those yet to bo recorded are mostly It is also claimed the greatest of the alliance strength has been in cluded in the counties already I or these reasons the republican com mittee still claim the election of Merriam by about ouo thousand but the democrats arc equally strong in their claims of tho state for Wilson by from one to two As to conzress men It seems probable that three of the five ara Nothing complete received about the legislature but the re publicans claim a small A Marked Change in tho Political Com elec tions changed considerably tho political complexion of Tho democrats send a full delegation to congress with one exception they elect the state ticket and will have a joint ballot iu the legis lature by a large Ueturns are coming in slowly and several days will elapse before the official vote will be The chairrnau of the democratic state committee said tonight that Wade rep had undoubtedly defeated Ryan in the thirteenth congressional The he would have a majority of probably seventylive on joint ballot in the legislature and elected their state ticket by at least If the democrats have a majority on ioint ballot in the legislature It will assure the return of Senator iSpccial to Tuu ofii cial returns of Putnam give the following figures For judgeof tho supreme Mullins Gantt Jones union labor For cor con first Harrington Hatch For repre sentative from Putnam to tho Kclley Marshall For Keene John Crumpucher For circuit clerk aart Valentino Dado John son For county Houston Bradford For prosecuting McKinley no For McCutchen Scott For probate Shelton Collins For James Long Martin For presiding judge county Hustcd Huston For county Eastern Holman Guffy For county Western dis George Maxwell Gregory has a safe majority of over Wade for congress in the thir teenth THE MISSISSIPPI AS TO i TKings Dont Look Quite so Gloomy After Republican State Ticket Klected lit a ICeilaced ocruts Will Secure Five Con 1 Bad Klected Govern latest re turns from the state indicate a plurality of and upward for The democrats elect a majority of the as sembly men and state In the lower house they will have a majority of thirty or and in the senate amajor ity of They elect seven out of nine The Wisconsin delegation In the next congress will be as follows First thirdj Cal eighth doubtful New NEW official re tarns from congressional districts of state will not be known for some will make no change in the results as reported by the Asso ciated Press last night unless Coombs proves to be elected in The New York delegation in the fifty second should Coombs be de will consist of twenty democrats and fourteen This reverses the position of parties in the fiftyfirst where the republicans had twenty and the democrats NEW Francis the defeated candidate for mayor on the fusion attributes his defeat to the antiMcKinley feeling he was stronger in this city than any part of the Gil lespie is elected to congress from the twentyfifth defeating Alex ander McDowell and Thomas Phillips latest returns from twentyeight congressional districts in the state show the election of eighteen republicans and two demo The present delegation from this state stands twentyone republicans and seven Koth contestants claim the seventeenth district but com plete returns are not give Elliott 100 North many personal and other interests entered into the con test in North Dakota that while the re sult may be known this week as to the heads of the tickets some minor candi dates will have to wait for a longer time to find what their success has Both parties claim a victory on congress the state ticket and the The figures received were more favor able to the claims of the North Dakota the republicans elected congressman and state ticket by from three to four thou Scarcely any returns have been received from South can state ticket is elected Flicks ma jority will be about six but may vary a Elnggold official re turns not Sweeney concedes his he feat by from to defeat Pay McKinley Probably Congressional repub lican state central committee on unoffi cial returns received from seventyfive counties and remainder claim a republican plurality on the head of the state ticket by between fourteen and fifteen The committee con cedes the defeat of McKinlcy lor congress by about 200 and Foster by seventyfive to eightyfive or one hun dred The democratic candidates in the other close congressional districts re ceived majorieties ranging from up ward except of at who is defeated by Storer rep by One of the most remarkable democratic X was in the district where All of the Seven Uemocratie Congres sional Candidates This state elected nothing but seven congressmen Tho only districts in which there was tho least doubt were the sec third and in the remaining four there being no In the first and fifth it was only a question as to what the democratic majorities would Returns confirm In tho second dis trict Kyle is the democratic nomi nee and George Buchanan the repub lican in the third Thomas Cathings James Hill colored iu the sixth Thomas Stockdale Henry Griffin The vote through out tho state was very The negro took little or no interest in the except in tho districts named Washington and large negro gave Cathings and the entire district gives him a respectable majority beyond a The second district gives Kyle a majority of about which will not be materially In the sixth district Stockdale is running ahead of Grinnin in all precincts heard from Twenty precincts from several counties give Stockdale This assures his election by a safe ma jority and a solid democratic delegation from The Republicans will Gain Two ConRress Indica tions are that Wilsons majority for congress will reach The legisla ture will be republican by a heavy ma from ISO precincts give for con If the ratio Wilsons majority will exceed six The legisla tion will probably stand Senate repub 31 t republi 00 It is thought these figures will not bo materially changed by the complete Sev eral remote counties are not heard Sontli South Dakota Mallette and tho republican ticket is elected by an uncertain The legislature is slightly republican and woman suffrage is Tho result of the capita contest is not yet South Dakota both committees are claiming the state but the returns do not seem to justify the claim on tho part of the The democrats also claim to have elected enough representatives to the state legis lature to give a majority to tho combined alliance and in dications are this evening that the demo cratic tidal wave has taken West Vir ginia In its course and that the demo cratic party has made a clean Hubbard for congress in tho first has been defeated by MO The district is republican but the apathy on SAX election under The new which the count of Pattison was elected by JULL1SUU vntn with a gain of over last falls The republican commiitee donceds the delegation to congress will seven bo re abare majority on joint une of the disappointments of has been the failure to ful Cook county districts so confidently Had in the city of Chicago a democratic general as PWtbao cording to re turn his eVeniug Ohio congressmen elected are First Storer Caldwcll third Houk Gantz Haynes Outhwaito tenth sidcs daim ntil an official canvass de i result in the dozen doubtful Chicago and the The be very close with IaTor ol thedemo ace of incomplete otlive Democratic Congressmen Following are tho Ctected from Illinois First seoond HcGann fllta Hopkins Pearson J the vote of this state is being has occasioned more serious delay in col lecting returns than ever known here before Votes in 788 precincts through out the including Sfi precints in this give Markham Pond Markhams plurality is These constitute returns from little over onethird of tho total number of pre cincts in the The democrats con cede the election of the entire state re publican There are twenty hold over members of the state o whom twelve aro republicans and eteht Twenty senators and eighty assemblymen were elected ycster dav With tho present republican ma loritv in the state senate the republicans are sure of a safe majority on the joint ballot and tho election of a republican to succeed Stanford in the United States wnatc The returns from sixcongres onal districts in the state indicate the republicans have carried every This will Kve tlie republicans a gain of two Tay TaTlor It SPHERING Kcturns Indicate Its Defeat In Nebraska liy Eosewatcr of the sends the fo owing to the dem over Connell tho part of the party in Harrison and Marshall two strongholds of the did tho Smith in the fourth still claims his elec tion by a small of tho first who was unseated from the last house is reelected by 500 or COO Wil of the second is reelected by Capehart is elected in the over who was seated In place of In the third Anderson was reelected by to re turns from tho whole state give Rey for 445 and Causey for 514 ma The next legislature will stand republicans republicans There is no United States senator to bo returns are coming in very slowly but all con tinue to show heavy democratic The democratic state committee claims tho state for Dixon by while tho republican committee says Carter has carried it by from 200 to SAX com plete vote out of 500 precincts out outside of San Francisco give Markham Pond The same I Hendricks Special to The DBS this Indications are that tho entire republican state ticket is Mc Farlands majority will be and probably Luke is In the most danger but official figures will carry him Beeson seems to be elected by a small The republicans in Iowa have done much bettor than the balance of tho In the third dis trict Hendersons majorities are as fol lows Butler Buchanan Wright Hardin Blackhawk Dela ware Franklin Couchs ma jorities are Brewer Dubuque Hendersons majority plete unofficial returns from fifty coun ties on the head of the ticket received by the Iifffteler show net republican gain of over last If tho gain con tinues in the same ratio the republican state ticket will be elected by three to six thousand with a possible exception of railway Tho congressioeal delegation will stand as as it now appears Seer ley Hayes Henderson Buttler Hamilton White Hayes short term and Hull full both republi Flick Cow man Doliver Perkins Not So Special to The DKS a day of gloom and despair the night closes with a renewed Iowa is not as bad as tho other states by any At one time during the day it looked as If we would only have perhaps only one but Chairman Mack did not give it What did it is the gen eral In nearly every dis trict it has been caused by per sonal dissatisfactionand disappointments and taking as tho tone of the malicious lies told by the democratic party after such a landslide there is always a reac The republicans here are not dis couraged and the committee will keep open house the year around in Polk The Young Mens Republican club feel more than They were active in fighting the nonpartisan bar combine and succeeded in defeating the same by from 500 to Henry Special to The returns unofficial of Henry county give Mc Farland Chamberlin For congress Gear Seerley The entire republican county ticket is elected by majorities ranging from 03 to viz Clerk of Geeseka re Osgood county at Ambler Uenton Special to The from all the townships give tho democratic state ticket 150 Hamilton for congress carries the district by 300 The fight In the county seemed to center on county attorney and at times it seemed as though the demo directing their whole effort to secure the election of Cato which runs his majority a little ahead of tho county The weather being very fine many republicans could not be in duced to leave their corn This was feared by republican leaders and is being verified by the Hamilton Elected in the Special to The DES congress Hamiltons majority iu Grundy county is Linn Jones Tama Benton Cedar Marshall county gives Struleto 850 defeating him by CEDAU latest reports indicate that Linn county will give a small majority for McFarland for secretary of Hamilton for congress is elected by over 300 ma The Sixth Special to The worst scratched ticket ever cast in this county was voted Hender sons which was closely es timated at over 250 has simmered down to 155 by actual The republican state ticket is carried by about 200 ma All the republican county officers are elected with 40 to 200 majori ties with the exception of clnrkof the democrats carrying this vote by 01 DES ma jorities are Wapello Davis Keokuk Lacey Monroe Inweshiek Mahaska 500 Whites plurality The Australian System of Votlnc Proves a Great Austra lian ballot law worked like a charm There was no confusion about the and none of that noisy demonstration to Influence voters that characterized other As far as known no floaters in this city were influenced by The precincts were reduced so that the vote might be polled in twelve Where tests could be made the vote was polled at the rate of forty ballots to the from all parts of the state show the elec tion has been a veritable landslide for the The entire democratic state ticket is elected by big majorieties and Chairman of the republi can committee concedes the defeat of his party by about Chairman Jew of the democratic state committee tonight furnished the following esti mate of the congressmen from Indiana The majorities on the state ticket senators elected holdovers 14 Representatives 72 majority on Joint It is claimed the election of county commis sioners resulted so favorably to the dem ocrats that with the present trustees in ofilce the democrats at the election of control of the election boards of the The congresnien from this state are First Pat rott Bretz Brown Holman Cooper Johnson Bynum Brookshire Waugh Patton Martin McClellan thir Shively democratic gain ol HOW IT STRIKES Gears Defeat Creates Sur prise at What Grover Cleveland of the Blaine la Greatly With Other Prominent Special to The electric current is so full of surprises that it is hard to concentrate Governor Gears defeat in which ho acknow ledges in a private is one of and next to the defeat of Me which was not is reparded as the hardest blow at the for Gear helped to make being one of the most active members ot the ways and means NEWS Kf Democrats Elect Governor ami May Cap the to 11 indications are that the democrats have elected the governor by about plurality and the rest of the state ticket by a substantial The republicans are conceding only defeat of gov At the last election the republi cans returned the state ticket by about The state senate will be which up to the present time shows a democratic majority of The republicans concede the which the democrats claim by fifteen The last session of both houses were re the senate by a majority of fourteen and the house by In the congressional election the demo crats have returned their candidates in the seventh and tenth according to the recent The congressional districts in Michigan at the last with tho exception of the first and re turned republican The third and eleventh and probably the fourth have gone republi Returns from the eighth and ninth districts show democratic gains over the last election but not sufficient to remove the doubt which overshadows It is thought full returns will be received HOW THE COWBOTS A Democratic Bluine has not been in such a democratic swirl since when it was known that Cleveland bad been elected president People were prepared for a democratic but not for a majority of seventy five or and certainly they were not prepared for such a landslide such a reversal of political sentiment in the eastern The news from Massa chusetts last night and from Pennsyl vania this has set the city Nothing but the barest of rou tine is going on In the The only one of the cabined to take any interest in the news is who has the press bulletins sent to his house as they Btalne said this morning that he was not surprised that the house shouU have gone but he was not paepared for so sweeping a The results Pennsyl vania astounded but he de clined to give any reason for Elaines consternation at Dela maters defeat may be accounted for when it is remembered that in his speech In Philadelphia Saturday night he sftid that if Pennsylvania went democratic at this election nothing could prevent the election of a democratic president in THE FARMERS Democrats Sweep Texas by a Miijority of JZnormona passed off quietly in this city and no dis turbance is reported anywhere in this General Hogg is elcted with the usual democratic which is any where from to In this congressional district Joe Sayers has no and Is sweeping Reports from over the state unmistak ably indicate that Texas returns her eleven democratic congressmen by big The railroad commission amendment has been KANSAS the fifth Kansas district Davis independent and Farmers alliance is elected by plurality in the seventh district Simpson democrat by the republican central committee con cedes the election of the entire Farmers Alliance ticket with the possible excep tion of candidate for The committee concedes that the oppo sition to Ingalls in the legislature will have a latest returns give Case Broder ick for congress from the first dis the election over who concedes his Hendersons Electlim republicans claim Uendcrsons election by 24 major It will not bo determined definitely until the official count is fiVn sevcnth Pay reP i BM elfth Wlke ISusey o lit reM Srams c Publicans who have la In the third 11 urtn Gest in the fourteenth and a gain of five The greatest sur vote appear where the ivere endorsed by teuefit Appear to have undcr ol this themselves had i of the Fanners Mutual for secretary of state is L Keirular Landslide Farmers In KANSAS Caused 1T republi reaea Tho third district is still in SSht The three Doorsey Thompson and Kein Ml arc running neck and neck and it arc runn b posstbly to New re turns give the democrats increased ma jorieties in both branches of the legisla The senate will stand 13 The assembly will stand 42 chair man of the democratic state central com claims Boyds election by from siOOO to He claims all tho congressmen and the entire state Vowman Elected In the Special to Tho re sult in the ninth congressional district is a complete Bowman is probably elected by 400 DES ma jority in Pottawatamie county is intho district The state ticket has a small democratic majority in Potta Perkins Elected In the Sioux is elected in the Eleventh con gressional district by over The Farmers Alliance polled a heavy i How the Counties Special to The DES following returns on the state ticket have been re ceived from counties in the state mi 2410 ISS SWO 2003 2207 1760 low IBS SIS 1SH 1352 626 1532 23S8 1012 2475 1661 4254 Florida and Florida the democrats elect exGovernor BIox stote comptroller asso ciate justice of the supreme court Mai lory in the first and General Bullockin the second to congress and a large majority of tho members of the In Louisiana the full democratic dele gation to congress was In Mississippi sevendemocratic con gressmen were elected by overwhelming A Close Contest In demo cratic committee claim the election of to congress by 450 The republican committee claim the state for Carter by Tho democrats claim four state senators and concede the re publicans two with two in The republicans claim five state The contest is very close all around and may take the official connt to They Will Demand Obedience to Their Dictation from All Farmers Alliance people at the national head quarters of the organization in this city are figuring ont a great victory for the farmers in the results of yester days Tbefarmers organizations desired to rebuke the party that defeated the free coinage of silver and framed the tariff law that imposed a greater burden on the poor man than on the Rit tenhonse in reply to a request for some specific statements of what the alliance accomplished in the election said he could not give all the but the he are sufficient to prove his In the eastern states where the farmers league Is they and the Knights of Labor have aided in showing this con gress that their demand for free coin age was no idle This was most notable in Massachusetts and Now Hamp where the two organizations are the The Farmers league and alliance had just secured a sood foot hold In New York and New Jersey and the changes are not so Gran Knights of league and Farmers were organized well in Pennsylvania and tho farm ers and laborers gave bossism a rebuke of large In he then is no state orga nization of the Indiana and Illinois has been organized but three The mutual Benefit Associa tion did much good Eittenhouse called particular attention to the effects in Wiscon Colorado and other ho in proportion to the unity of the so has been the The reporter asked Rittenhouse If he meant to say the farmers alliance is an auxiliary to the democratic He not by any means the democrtic party fought the alliance in South Caro lina and But the farm ers desired to rubuke the party in power for their reckless disregard of the peo ples This congress was peti tioned for free coinage from almost every alliance in the United This ground swell does not prove that the alliance kindred organizations will support the democrats in If the democrats fail to give a greater volume of currency they will receive the same kind of punishment in Wo are de he to be felt and if this house ignores our petitions we will send to Washington a house of our GROVER IS cans The democratic dates or the legislature made all th pledges asked by certain suring other democrats they did mean anything bjr The pledgesull gave a large especially JJj from the who straight democratic ticketThe McKinley on was approved by but the campaign was short that alt could not be democratic and mugwump misrepresenp tatlons as to its provisions and effect with these other forces were sufficient to work The taf iff law as its effects are felt will be a tower of strength stead The cs peclally believe in the tS system of The will clear the deck for action In 189 and carry the The democrats can not succeed a second time by fraud MILITARY Major General Keport of tliet Atlantic General commanding the division of the in his annual report dwells at length on the necessity of continued ac tivity in the matter ot the sea coast de He earnestly hopes efforts will be continued to organize the three branches the army into regiments of twelve batteries or officered by the number and grade of officers now authorized for the cavalry The present maximum of twentyfive thousand enlisted men re sults in severe and to the organization up to twentyfive thous the maximum allowed should not be less than thirtyfive General Howard says the effect of having an or ganized army in 1806 with officers of nearly the same age and who had al ready suffered much hardship in the re Is now working serious injury to the The number of disabled officers far exceeds the limit ot the retired Such officers as are above sixty four years of age should by legislation be transferred from limited to the un limited retired In the case of the enlisted thirty years service Is too long before and twentylive years is Xo Session of General today in answer to an Inquiry by a representative of the Associated said there was no prob ability of an extra session of He did not believe the president had any thought of calling congress together be fore the regular Two other members of the cabinet who were nn willing to be quoted by said there would be no extra President Harrisons Har rison reached Washington this via the Pennsylvania railroad on his re turn from POND OP Two Young Women of Iowa Suddenly Dis appear and Are Found in has de veloped that Buelah the yonng woman telegraph operator of this city who disappeared last was accom panied byHelen the nineteen yearold daughter of John a railroad tie who is rated as one of the wealthiest men in Maxwell started In pnrsnit of the and yesterday returned with he having gone to before success crowned his The only clew the anxious father had to go by was inlormation gleaned from conductors of the trains the rnn awav couple had journeyed the ticket offices being shunned for fear they could be traced The Klepper girl in her position as telegraph operator was known by many of the so after boarding a car she feigned covering her head with a shawl and rest ing it In her companions thereby escaping At one town near Kansas City they had attempted to pur chase but on nearing the office Miss Klepper noticed by the ticking of the telegraph instrument that a dispatch just being received was regarding their The ticket office was left a team hired and the journey to the next town made in this was reached without further where Maxwell succeeded in locating HOPE FOR The Next of table mads up by tho Associated Press from figures and estimates received up to one oclock Thursday morning shows the next house of representatives will stand 225 demo 101 republicans and 5 Farmers Tho territorial delegates are not included in It is not thought the official figures will make much change in these ELECTION republican ma a resistless did it and it was Everj political prophet Advices from various points in Nevada indicate the election of Colcord for governor and Bartine for congress by ma jorities between five and six Further re turns from the election yesterday leave no doubt that the ten democratic con gressmen are Focahontas Powcshlck Shelby 1333 199y yiss IBS 720 22KJ 1611 017 222ti 957 2U2 Story Indications 1305 2203 1532 623 2725 707 179B 1790 1018 1712 208ti 257 8CR 49U 12M 917 3439 4S02 2251 1730 1S5S 1135 12T5 A Fatal Shooting Scrape at excitement prevails in Liberty over the shooting yesterday afternoon of Con stable Johnson by who was intoxicated and boisterous at the Johnson is Immediately after the shooting the excited people tried to lynch but he escaped to this Salt Take Hoods county vote are much and Stanley NEW and Henry Stanley and Lieutenant Gephson arrived on the Teutonic How SeTere Colda are Broken Up In Mon From the Tirerlnla City When we find a medicine we know to possess gennlne we conslrer It a and we take pleasure in telling the public what Such a medicine we found Chamberlains Cough last when la grippe was We are satisfied that we warded off sev eral attacks that were threatening by the use of this and we have since In a few severe and in the course of two or three entirely broken them np by Its as have several of our friends to whom we have recommended It Is all that It is represented to be by the If you have a cough and want to stop It Chamberlains Cough Remedy will do the work For tale by druggliti The Free Trade ExPresident Talks Abont the NEW an Associated Press reporter who asked an expression of his opinion on the results of yester days exPresident Cleveland said I am I challenge the right of any man in the country to rejoice more heartily than I over tho My gratification is that of an proud ot his fellow though led away for a time by party prejudice blind confidence in sin ning and selfish leaders could not be de luded to their They have demon strated in dealing with it is not safe to calculate that they are stupid or heedless of the welfare of their The necessity of tariff reform with its consequent reduction in the cost of living and the duty of the democratic party to advocate it has been fully de monstrated by the action of the people Their decision was deliber ately made and it is all the more sig nificant because have voted upon their reason and judgment and because they have proved that corruption is powerless as against their Of course there is nothing for the demo cratic party to do but to push on the battle at all times and In all places on the lines which they have laid that to insist upon a wise adjustment of the tariff taxation to the reasonable needs of the government as opposed to the plan which enriched the favored class at the expense of the masses ot the Until victory is anchored the question of tariff reform will not be nor the pledges and professions of the demo cratic party to the people Our party has made an honest and earn est It has planted Itself upon a disinterested and unselfish devotion to the interests of the people Its absolute unity and harmony upon the question of tariff reform shows Its qnick recognition of true democratic principles and Its en thusiasm in the cause which involves a popular Everywhere our peo ple have done magnificently and the har vest they have gathered has been nobly In answer to the query as to the opera tion of the new ballot reform Cleve land I think there should be no opposition to the principles of ballot re The evidence of Its usefulness and to the I regard con Congressman Cannons Joseph sends the following to the Asso ciated Press in reply to a query as to the election Most of the members of the Farmers Alliance voted with their re A Belief That WUe Will Succeed in Gettinga Birchall arrived here today and there is little doubt that she will get a reprieve for her The petition to be presented to the of justice praying for clemency in the case of Birchall contains about A Fatal wreck occurred on the New Ontario and Western railroad tonight between Car bondale and An engine while trying to make a switch crashed Into a passenger train going in the opposite direction at fnll The engineers and firemen escaped by jumping but were severely of and a man named of and name not all were Several other passengers painfully Received Stolen NEW Cornelia wife of one of the partners of the firm of the investment brokers of was today dis charged and rearrestcd on a charge of having received of stolen The papers in the case have arrived from Minister NEW States Minister to England Robert arrived this afternoon on the City of New He brought with him remains of his son Lin coln positively refused to discuss po litical His stay in the United States will be spective but enough farmer re publicans threvr i away their t votes to weaken the party in this The school question against she republi Tariff Debate Customso com mittee of the chamber has concluded the general debate on the new tariff The by vote of 34 tol has j adopted the principle of the doubt Madamo Pnttl Patti is confined to her bed in Lelchter suffering T from the effects of a chill contracted at the concert in London Apromi nent specialist has been 1 To Take TitE is that the queen will take tho as regant on the eighteenth A Cure 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