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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - November 8, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                All Home Print Corning Adams County Iowa Thursday November 8 190O Vol XXX No 45 CARTWRIGHT Sells Rubbers Fall and Winter Merchandise FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Sells Shoes a t0 Shoe and Gents Furnishings Department av large assortment of WOMENS MISSES CHILDRENS BOYS and YOUTHS FURN An assortment of these goods will be placed upon BARGAIN TABLES in the center of our store THE PRICES we1 quote tin week can not fail to inter est economical buyers of MENS WOMENS MISSES CHILDRENS BOYS and YOUTHS SHOES HOSIERY UNDER WEAR FANCY SCARFS HOODS FATCINATORS of r 11 t t TT O j wv jiru kjLtVJUio JJlJOlJllib J UIX VY CjfiLV xiiMO L k3 ljfi O ail Kinds fancy Knit SkiHa Silk and Woolen Mittens from the smallest to the largest size made You are cordially invited to call and examine OLUMBIA Storm Boots for ladies the Imperial Kid lace welt with an extension sole a very popular shoe at a reasonable price Same style in Box Calf and heavy dull Dongola at Mens Underwear 25 doz mens good quality shirts and drawers fir ateach 6tC 50 doz mens extra fine wool fleeced the kind r that sells for 75e anywhere else for OvfC 48 mens extra line union suits wholesale ctjg price from S150 to S250 our price cpJLUlf Mens gloves in an endlesss var flr j iety and at ariy price from ioC TO Misses and Childrens Shoes This is our stronjr point We are selling childrens shoes for 48c and 98c that are cheap at double the money They are broken lines sizes and widths not complete though we may have Just what you not you will find our regular lines complete 75cl00l25 150 Womens Underwear Womens line union suits whole sale price from SJ 00 to per doz our price until gone 25C to Xothing like our fleeced lined Egyptian suits They have never been shown in this city they must be seen to be ap predated price each 50 doz pie ces of ladies fine rib bed unde rwear regular kind at f25c Mens Storm and Wet Weather Shoes Boots for menV boys and youths Mens shoes in oil grain seal grain Kang calf the seamless Bals the famous Motoirmans Bal and congress winter tans box calf vici Bals with heavy extension sole box calf three sole extensions in all the popular styles and at prices from OO to S35O We guarantee every pair to give satisfactory wear cut f his out Its worth money to you On presentation of this square the holder will re ceive a I Oper cent reduction on the amount of their pur chase T P CARTWRIQHT Boys Seal Grain Waterproof rough and ready and hard to wear out This shoe like others we have has no equal for the price at 8200 but owing to the extrmely mild weather we have cut the price to S175 youths of same from SI75 to i Boys good shoe at Knit Skirts Hoods Fascinats 10 doz ladies knit fascinators and hoods We own them at 50 percent of wholesale price our customers shall have the benefit of this reduction They will make choice presents We have them in all styles colors and prices two alike Womens Misses Childrens Hpsiery 100 doz womens misses and childrens ribbed hose the celebrated Sultan brand sold everywhere else from 25c to 50c our entire lot will be sold all at one price 15c per pair or for 2oe nothing like this has ever been offered in Corciog These goods are all perfect in every respect we siiuply bought a large quantity very cheap and are willing to sell the same way Please call and see them 6 doz knit skirts at one half their regular price 25 to Each Genuine Marten Collarettes Regular S1000 to 1250 qual ity at A Snap Fine dress boots for ladies Vici kid ex tension sole welt in all widths and sizes in both kid and cloth tops Also same in hand turn cloth or kid top This cut shows the same style of our SI50 S3 00 and McKay sewed cloth top shoes every pair warranted QLUMBJA The American Woman finds here a Comfortable Fashionable Reasonable Price Shoe Duck Coals aod Vests In blaok and brown rubber lined and slicker lin ed absolutely water proof and some with only flannel lining all with large corduroy collar ing in price from Returns Still ComingIn Show But Little Change IS REPUBLICAN President Will Bu UuckedbyeGood Work ing Sorls of Slajorlties j Bulled Ui lor the Kcjniblicuu Ticket Payne CZalma aos lileetorul Votes Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Dakota Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania 2S7JOOO Rhode Island 14000 South Dakota15000 U00 80000 00000 50000 20000 55000 145000 10000 70000 7000 Vermont 24000 Washington 10000 West Virginia 12000 Wisconsin inn 000 Chicago Mov national Wyomin headquarters was the scene of a con tinuous love feast Returns received from the various members of the na tional committee all went to confirm the general result though over san guine cpminlttuemcn were obliged to reduce their tirst predictions regard ing In many instances the size of Mc Klnicys plurality Nothing was re ceived however that caused any dis quietude Vice Chairman Payne re marked We knew we have won and won easily Nothing can worry us now During the afternoon MV Payne is sued n statement claiming 308 elec toral votes for McKinley but he States States Pluralities Alabama 50000 the bnsis of Tuesdays election 49 Re publicans 27 Democrats and 9 Inde pendents with tbe legislatures in doubt in three states with the priv ilege of electing live senators at this time The legislatures in doubt arc Delaware and Nebraska in cnch oC states two senators are to ue chosen and Idaho with one senatorial chair to be filled Among those classed In tie Independent column ara Sena tors Stewart of Nevada nnd Kyle of South Dakota who in the last con gress acted with the Republicans on all party matters Turner of Wash ington and Harris of Kansas who acted with the Democrats and Well ington of Maryland Arkansas GOOOO Colorado 40000 Georgia 40000 Florida 23 000 Idaho Kentucky gOOO Louisiana 30000 Mississippi 5ooOO Missouri40000 Montana18000 Nevada 2000 North Sonth Carolina 40000 seemed none too confident that this Tennessee 30000 number would hi thu result The 308 Included tlie vote of Kentucky and Virginia notwithstanding the assertions of tlie FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS licpuMicnns Will Have aGood Working Washington Nov Loudenslnger who is in charge of the eastern headquarters of the Republic an congressional committee said that his returns and the press dispatches Tnnft mi nnTIlcrc flonl 3000 Indicated that the Republicans would to 7000 The Republican leaders will imve 203 members in the next house be greatly disappointed If they fall to Republicans from that state that they had carried the state there was not much confidence felt in the headquar ters that Kentucky bad gone Repub lican Ou Nebraska tbe feeling was positive and tbo assurances from Re publicans leaders in that state all stated that McKlulcy had certainly 175000 30000 carry MrBryans state Theywant for the reason thnt its electoral vote is necessary to the election of McKIuley but for the com fort of having Mr Brynn repudiated by hisown state Congratulatory tele poured Into headquarters all i day In a perfect stream THE POPULAR VOTE States MoKIaley States Pluralities I California 40000 Connecticut 40000 I Delaware 3000 I Illinois 300000 j Indiana 30000 Iowa 100000 Kansas25000 Maine 30000 Maryland 35000 of representatives against 154 for tbe opposition At the headquarters of the Demo craticcongressional committee Mr Kerr the secretary denied the claims made by the RepubMcans to n majority of from 40 to 50 in the next house ale says that the Information ho has re ceived makes ft certain tint the Demo crats will have at least 106 members with the prospect of one or two more seats which arc still in doubt leaving the Republicans a majority on the face of present advicos of only 23 COMPLEXION OF SENATE DomiuHiit Party Itctnlnq Control of the Upper House senate as suming that the state legislatures will fulfill their duty am choose senators to represent tlicir states wilj stand on ILLINOIS rinralltj for McKIiiloy Will Excised Ninety Thousand Chicago Nov returns from 15 counties in the state and par tial returns from the others includ Ing thc full vote of Chicago indicate plurality for McKinley that wijl prob ubly exceed 00000 Chairman Watsoti of the Democratic state central com mittee concedes the state to McKinley by 50000 Returns also indicate the election of the full Republican state ticket by majorities considerably nn deithe presidential figuresthe scratch ing of the state ticket being confined al m9st entirely to Cook county where Mr Alsclmlers personal popularity told heavily for tbe Democratic nom inees so much in fact that It Is probable that that county was carried for the Democratic state ticket Returns so fnr Indicate that the Republicans have lost two nnd possibly three congress men in Chicago the most sensational defeat being that of William Lorlmer Outside of Cook county the congres sional delegation Is in doubt The Democrats claim gains In one or two districts bvit Republican lenders as sert that tbe delegation will remain It is practically certain that thenext legislature which will elect a United States senator to succeed Shelby M Cnllom will be Republican on joint ballot at leastand ivy a sufficient ma jority to elect n senator Tbe total vote In this city was Me Klnley 180070 Bryan 172524 Woolley 3335 Debs 5022 Barker 189 Muloney 205 Ellis 00 Portland Me Nov the weather conditions were never finer on election day a comparatively light vote was polled In Maine yesterday All through state according to re ports nt hand there wna a consider able failing off In tlie Republican plu four yoarsjigo and a cor responding gain Tn tub Democratic column Up to midnight returns bail been received from about 210 cities towns and plantations in the state showing a Republican plurality of 18 4S1 as against 31088 for tlie same towns in The returns to that hour Indicated a Republican los of 17 per cent and a Democratic gain of 21 per cent as compared with Fig uring on tliis basis the Republican plu rality iu tlie state would be about 27300 Pennsylvania Philadelphia Nov from onehalf of tlie counties in Penn sylvania indicate a plurality for Mc Kinley of over 293000 In Montgom ery and Chester counties where the fusionists made a strong light to elect nine antiQuay members of tlie legis lature they suffered a severe setback the regular Republicans winning by large majorities Pennsylvanias delegation in the next congress will not be less than 24 Republicans to C Democrats ns against 20 Republicans and 10 Democrats in the present congress men the same representation as Tast year ami will nave an overwhelming majority in both houses of the IPSJK latnre insuring the election of a Re publican to succeed William Sewcll Rep as United States senator Wilmington Del Nov count Is so slow in Kent and Sussex coun ties that detailed results of the legis lative elections there cannot ho given but the Democrats say nothing has transpired to destroy their confidence in the election of a Democratic legis lature It probably will bo 10 oclock before the result can be definitely an nounced McKinleys plurality in the state may roach 2500 Khoiio Island Providence R I Nov an In creased vote has made consid erable gains in Rhode Island McKin leys plurality of four years ago was 22078 Only IvilC of the 143 districts In the state have been heard from McKinleys plurality will be about 20 000 it is believed Providence which in 1S90 gave McKinley 8211 plurality while electing a Demnrvn He mayor has elected Granger Dem by a plu rality of less than 1000 In 1SOG every city and town in the state gave a Mc Kinley plurality Uno Republican state committee admits a reduced plu rality Maryland Baltimore Nov President Mc Kinley carried Baltimore city by a ma jority of Gf05 The returns from the counties are meagre but ofliclal ad vices from 81 scattered precincts out of 354 give him 18285 as ngainst 10 197 for Brynn thus asrurlng him a majority of at least 10000 in the state The defeat of the Democrats has been thorough and surprising It being cer tain that they have lost live out of the six congressional districts with the probabilities in fnvor of a clean sweep by the loss of the other Now Tortpy Trenton N T Nov returns from different parts of the state Indicate that New Jersey has been carried for McKIuley and Roose velt by more tlum 50000 The Repub licans eloct six of tho eight congrcss Complexion of Congress Chicago Nov from 287 congressional districts show the elec tion1 of 151 Republicans 130 Demo crats 1 fusionist 1 silverite and 1 Pop ulist Itlalio Boise Ida Nov pre cincts in Idaho give McKinley j Bryan 1500 In 1800 they gave the Republicans 707 and fusionists 1132 SOUTH DAKOTA Republicans Win u Complete VictoryDc fcat for Senator 1ettigvuw Sioux Falls S D Nov doubt remains that the Republicans have won a complete victory in South Da kota Frank Crane chairman of the Republican state committee has per sistently refused to be quoted during tbe present campaign on the probable outcome of the election but at mid night he said We have secured suf ficient returns fromthe state to con clusively show that we have carried tbe state for McKinley by a plurality of trjtm 10000 to 12000 and we have elected our two nominees for congress nnd the entire state ticket Wo will have a majority of 40 on joint ballot In the legislature insuring tho elec tion of a Republican to succeed Sen ator Pettigrew Tho result hns been n surprise to both sides ns the fuslonists expected Bryan to cnrry tho state while the Re publicans did not expect McKinleys plurality to reach more than 0000 cr 8000 Sioux Falls Nov In 21 out of 42 precincts in this Mlnnehaha county including cities of Sioux Falls Dell Rapids Valloy Springs and Oar retson hns n majority of 704 over Bry nn a pronounced Republican gain This la Senator Pcttigrews county and us tho Republican legislative ticket is running well up nt the head of the ticket he will lose seven mem bers of the legislature Cheyenne Nov returns from the state outside of Cheyr enne received by the Republican siitte central committee show great gaiua for the Republican ticket over the vote of 1898 The Republican majority ioa Wyoming is now conservatively estit mated at 3000 Croker to ISryon New York Nov Croker sent out the following telegram last night T Bryan Lincoln you no doubt already the state has gone heavily against us but whereas this county in gave MeKinley 23000 majority it gives you today 33 000 a gain of OR000 We are defeated but not discouraged Vtnh Salt Lake Nov hundred fiftyfive precincts of Salt Lake city and county show a Republican gain of 2028 over Roberts of 1SOS If tlie re turns continue at the saiue ratio of gains as those already received the state will go for McKinley by 5000 ma jority elect tbe state and congres sional tickets and carry a Republican majority in the legislature TVtontann IH for TJryan Bntte Mon Nov from Silver Bow county which casts about a fourth of Montanas vote Indicate thnt Brynn has carried the state by something like 20000 that tho Demo craticfusion state ticket is elected and that the fusionists will have a majority in tho legislature which elects two United States senators Tcnncsseo Nashville Nov returns Indl ente a falling off of 30000 to 40000 votes in the state about equally di vided between the two parties Many negroes remained away from tho polls Bryans pluralityOu the state will fall short of that of Governor Millln by 3000 or 4000 votej McMil lin being reelected by from 12000 to 16000 Eight of tlio ten congressmen tire Democrats Dnrison county Nash which went for MeKinley fr goes for Brynn by 3500 TlHi legislature Is Democratic by nn in crertsed majority and Hon E w nmck will be elected United senator Atlanta Ga Nov major ity in Georgia will bo nboiit 40000 which is 28000 less than that given Governor Cnmllor one month ago The majority for Bryan shown an apparent IncroiiKoover that of fcuivoars ago of about 4000   

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