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   Des Moines Leader (Newspaper) - November 7, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa                                THE DES MOINES LEADER FIFTYTHIRD 4i 1HR fS JIOINES WEEKLY fcKADEK THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7 1101 CUMMINS HOLDS RECORD FULLER RETURNS MAINTAIN HIS EXTRAORDINARY PLURALITY farprfiM In Prkllllo Vio bin tht soclallit Vol AM to Wie relume BJready re ceived Mr Cummliin plurality will he about Returns of the fuH Vite In counties Rive Curhmtris JSSIW7 aritr of 77S3S for Cummins Thft game coun lies In 189iJ gave Shaw a yluidUty of 43724 The proportion of gain If to Mr Cummins In the remfilnlnK twelve couritlea would makohls pm mljty about 90MO The plurulllIeB relumed from the twelve couTiUes In nutstlon agKrefiate Adding thlG to the knrvsn nlu raliltes in the elghtyelghi counties tvouJd ehejfi CutnmEns a otal plu lAHt be 8921 The prohibition vote jvJJJ be about 21000 Fifty irouiillea from which Ihe vote was rcluihed 5511 The contests for membcre of the fslature piecetllne the election were extremely warm many districts of IJw und their outcome uas by a iiumhpr bf surprises On the whole the Jme made decided giliis The fienitc viH contain thirtynine and eJeyen democrats The senate of Twenty eighth general assembly con talriqd thlrlyfaur republjcaus and tten democrats The new house ujU contain republicans and thirteen The house elected in ISM contained eightyone Tepubllc arisananlneLeen The dem oerats had a net of four aha hurtered a net loss of aU members Of the bouse elections held in tneoty one districts The democratic senators who vere Reeled vere e In number in each of these instances the prnsent senator was rp elected Ihe it3treclectei consUla of Senator J il Emmert of tha CassSJjelby dlslrict John of Clinton Fred A Smith of UeR Molnes Dald A ioun A Lyons of tha Howard district The five districts heretofore repre nented by democrats In the senate In which the rcpiihllcahB elected Tuesday The Henry Washing ton district where Senator was defeated by J A Young the district inhere Senator 3tcln tire was defeated by Cftptain S H Harper Jasper county where A il Harrah was defeated by 1 red Maj tag BubiKiue county where rau ford the republican candidate vitia elected oyr Senator Thomaa V Nolan CraTvfordHarrlsonMbriona dlatilct wherfr K HoKue defeated John D of Denleon he democratic can didate The democrats lost representalives In Crawford count In Henr Plj mouth riajton Mnecatlne Fremont Hamon one In Dubuqtie and one iifiicott gamed a representative in the Idn Vonona district where W C Whiting vas ellcted Dr GriUP the repub llcari ratidldate arij In Shelby where Herbert 4the democratic nominee eleCted over Korth th6 republican An other n Aljamakee Robert Hufschmidt th cratlc jfectetfvfcveFBle republican owlnff tbc ffforts ot the republican county central to kwp HtifSchmldta none off the tiallot resulting tn the t recent whtest before tlieEtate election Aftrr fight In the Eenatorial district there wae a contest that attracted In terest throughout the slate between Senator J M Emmert ind James E Bruce the republican member of the state central committee from the Ninth district The return show the election of Emmert bj seven He re cehed B plurality of Si fn Shelbr county twhlle IniCass county Bruce had a plurality of votes It is expected contest result from this fight i Hoe tie VIcltryOTVr fin the Crawford Harrison Monona district L Kogua was elected over the democratic candidate John D Ca irey of a plurality of 960 The follow was the vote ori senator In Ihat district Hogae Cort county i S9S 2 ft Jiarrison county J2S1 ilonona count 1 S3S 1 453 r far TheColIowlns ss the vote torBax ter tht socialist nominee bj counties Cherokee 2 Warren 5 Montgomery 1 Palo Alto 8 Xiamen 3T Clay 1 Black Hawti 12 BremerS Boone 103 Wutcadne 9 Dtckfn Eon1 A Urin FiiyeUe Des MoJnea 241 Qriindy 1 Pottawatlarnlc 45f Buchanan 201Lucas 41 Buena Ylsta 4 Iowa 7 Mahaska 93 A3alr lo W Lee Scott Polk Thp followlny wais the vbts for Wei ler fba populist nominee cherohee 1 10 Palo Alto 4 ilaflison Clay 2 Black lawk fi 4 Boonek 1 Muscatlne 9 Cerro Gordo 14 Dlclclnaon 3 Linn 10 Faelle 3 Des Molnes 21 Lu cas VlstR B Adnlr 9 Casa Lee10 Scott 1 Polk 7 In IdaMonona representative dlstrlcC Whltlcig the democratic can didate for representative Grlffln by a handsome inaJorHy The tor was803 v as follows countv county 173 1 353 Totals 3IM In the dtstttot the democratic candidate celvefl J96J votes to JSS5 for Korllj Ih republican candidate One of the surprises of the slate was In Crawford counl where Hugh Langan of West Side the repabilcan oantSJdate defeated WA Davle of Dunlapthe democratic candidate by vole of I90i to Ivmtcnlifi 1 The reports that reached the repub lican state central conirntllee yesterday totd of an unprecedented democratic disaster In Dubiique P W Cravpford IherepnbHcan candidatfi for eenalbr defeated Senator Xolan Henry n Keagy republican defeated J A Tc Aleer democrat ons of the representa tives from fhft county In the Twentr eighth general assembly tfhe demo crots elected A P Frudden aa repre Bntatke In addHlon the rcpublkana elected two supervisors R sheriff ant1 treasurer figures on the extent ni Nolans defeat and that of McAleer not yet at hand The re election of Senator D A Ly ws of Crecco in the HowardWtnne B of c VaVp rise The rer ubllcatt ci tidl Via F P jolinsii of Decorah icrJay fttternon a message ccived here Rhowlns that Johnson WAS defeated and hud given up the contest In Iowa county John Hughes Jr of in I ipass t irno wa s re elected li y a nUirftllty ot votes In Ji F G Cold the tv puMfcnn nomfncv was raelcfitorf after a contest Dvviil Hrant H CUftlon K Jas reelected by republics us of BenlonMa c McMc of Dpcalur countj bj S5 votes In KF Black Haw A Vi Of Mi couiHy where Gardner Cowles Falls I yfls hard pressed by the democrat he A v Boons von by fl ol 2S5 Bi 3 Bwett of Waverly There was a eetinaUonal vote In Palo Buchanan Mto county where Cummins had a J X Plurality of 371 while Povcn the dem huena VG J ot Mara for representative ButterM J o i onPoncnl Calli9unL Uhrvllle Cheney However Cheney had a heavy Flpher of Grlawc a Plurality in Clay county In the same CedaivLJ Uech ot West cpregenlMlvc district and wan elected Cerro 1 Yi Jlurn of Jti Harrison county Ktfng the repub Lake lean candidate was elected over Kirk CherokeeGeorge F Cobiiin ol Fieldvood by 2823 to 2433 votes w M L Temple of llw following i ho Ust of hia ovfr lilFal0 AltorA U Cheney of Aclalr MadlicmaarneB J Crossle ttlu OallasGegrRCW of Add i B 1 EJVer of Btcalur AiUms Talorl I Arthaud Bedford Georco Dunham of ManVllamakce TajlorJ 11 I anis I B F Audubon DalJas 1 M Hop Inson or Armstrong Kins Gulrme Center ll i AOHIHS list ItyXt 115 Utiick W j Calhou Carroll Ceiro Gordo Cherokee 3t6 118 1 H43 PJ7 ClintonCraw tord IVt 252 1913 Davis Decatur Delaware rVB ilcines 1991 2110 171 3KS ioei irs IKO e3 J4S 2343 351 1 Ciuthrte i t Hamilton 2094 W3 12M a Howard Jack on Jaaper 1111 Jones Lucas I TS6 Madison Mati ask a 3131 4 2G14 Marshall Mill Mitchell 152 1JM 300 Itorrtirarnery a iluseaUne O Brlen 31H Ml srt 2238 ISO 3031 as Palo Alto 109 13T 1T7 Pocahdntas Rltiygold Bac f 1S9 2151 US 1731 WS iffl 432 13P 178 1744 7M III Shelb Tama Tavlor Union Van 202 JM 1771 1W 11S3 1S40 1473 Warren 24 1915 20u 1CC4J 3U loOl ai2s 1031 Webster Winnesblek Worth iai 45S3 1242 19M 11 1K4 ara X 2W 1160 15 Iffi 21 PRICE 50 CENTS PER YEAR HANNAS APPEAL HEEDED e totals for Cummins and Phillips a ire for Ine eightyseven counties tn which the twelve counties for which pluralities A Fitchbatflck Xc vada BremerButEefCeorse M Craig AW sn Buchanan J Grlswoltf inth rop D Keafy Fort Dcxljre Crfar JonesJohn T Mofflt Tiptoa Ccrro Gordo Franklin F Harrlrnan Jiamptbn Cherokee Ida 1 C Ho bart Cherokee riaj Dickinson Emmctl Kossuth Palo ltOrPr EVi BachraanrEraraeLsburg Dftcatur S AI Icn Mount Ar Jefferson Van H Brigh ton FairfitU S Alexander Marlon Lucas Manila Corydon on 0 Srten Oceola W Lister 3bej C BlanchMd ClassenGrwn Mountain Mills Joseph iL Jurutln Red Oak Mitchell Wlnnebago Worth James A Smith Osaie S Ilazellart Council II Hubbard Sioux City The followlcr is A list of holdover ocratic senators Biz a nunuer Apoanoose IsClaud R Porter On Cl B Talltnan iCXtceoia PlnytanII C Bishop ELkader W Half Iowa Lambert Sabula Marlon PowuMnd Albla The following republican senators were chosen re elect td being Indicated b an ailertsk Whirpie of Vln ton Dlick HawkGrundfrO B Courtiitht of Waterloo Buena K of HumboWu CarrolluresnSacWarren GarH ol Coon RapldF Case M FrriTnert of At la title O of RocX Crawfoid Monojia E TJ Hogue of B encot of DubTjqu Fremont W of Clarinda Hamilton Tftrdln WrlghtT C jUrts fcorn Of Cfarton Voyrie of Washington A Lyons ol U MayjUtK of Nefrton J T Brooke of Hedrick X Malesbury of Conmbua Junction Politic 0 Dowell of DCS Xtoines C Wayward of Davenport H taner of Ollumwa The follow Ins democratic sinaiors elected yesterday those bclnir reelected being desisnattd bjan asterisk K Wilson of Almont N Smith of BurHnsr Ion D XoJan of A Toung of Arjylc New Hooir The foUowlnfr are tha republican mom bcra of tho next IfSfcClnre of Font a S of Prcscoll S Pnync of Center Mil Hoyson of Lincoln lowiubla RjlftUcMmiam Larrabee Jr o del FloadP H Powers of PowwsviH t ranklJnD J Patten of Hampton c Caraptjell of Heaa of Jefferson Gninay G Kerr of Onindy Center bright of Stuart HardinMarj T Punr of Alden HarrfronH B Kltng 01 Woodbine HenryWilliam Carden of HowardrW K Barker of Cresco Ttutnboldt Gilchres of Lauren s TGeorReE iiibinKtr of Sabul llham Vf Hawk of Colfax A i Casseil of Four cor JiSfM Jeffer ners Joticst K Sokol of Onflow C I egoe of of c atucHsliger of Lisbon an E J C Besler of Cedar Rapids U McClurkln of Mornl Sun ImasRA HaFelquht of Chariton Donohue of SheUon ot Ewt Peru v MarlonJ L Warrtn of Plla MarshaUB F Cummlnta of Maisnail W Ulack 01 Matvern of Osajte E Ivendalt of ifontffornerrC L of He tinaj I of Lib V Graff ofClirinda O Fleds of Akron PolkH E TeaehouV of DeVitoine and r H Fnjllsh of ullej Junction H Jenlca of ATA and If Fretman of OaWind P Lman at OrinnelL RlnggoMM Z Ballo o C3earfte33 of Odebolt H Caldenrood of Eldrede a A tt Piamatin ot jjouxC Carter of Rock alley IEPUBUCAN GAINS WERE GEN ERAL IN OHIO Onljr iMlJt af 85UOP lo S U Out Columbua O Nov1 re urns today show that the republican a almost everywhere except at olumbus where disaffection over ome of Governor Nashs ajipoUitmenls ind local option caused great demo cratic In Cleveland where actfoniil fighting andifayor Tom Lt rohnJionb crueade on taxation prcdoni bated Wherever local option was made a dlitlnct Issue in franklin county iie homeof the author of the old Clark local option bill the liquor men won At democratic date headquarters to layno further EtatemenlH ivere given iulChairmanUlck ivas at republican ilate headquarters early preparing an ilher statement ilcanwhile the causes of the tidal wave were discussed among democrats ag well aa rcpubHcane Last night It was ald many free silver dem ocrats did not Vote but today the free illyer democrats resent tills charge and say fJiat Kllhournft was one of the original free flllver men He Is still one of the most ardent admirers of Bryan While various causes for the result arcmentioned by the democrats iii Uriff the superiororganlzatloh fit the republican the republican leaders say L mostly due to the endorsement of President Senator Foraker and Governor Nash and he desire to perpetuate the irm re3 thai nere promulgated by Me lei ishen he betrime ten years agoAnd theyInclude Senator Hannae appeal to Let well enough and not disturb the prevailing Tosperity ijlso a iwtential factor Chjlrruarj Dick at noon gave out thi following We heard from o3 being out These couhUea ehow a net republican gain the election for twt which added It tli B plurality In 18S9 makes a repub Hcan plura11ts of 6738 counts la among Ihote not set reported thecounty IB stHl claimed by the republlpans although the democrats claim U by ft Cuja hoga a stand off Ihe net result ould be a Iocs to is ash Jones carried Cujahoga county agoand had 13911 over Me Lean Deducting this from hashs pluralityIn would be 62827 ThenIE the 4countlesmalntaln ed the ratio bf the 53 that are In the plurality Naih be 7a and probabl 85 000 for the rest of the republican state EckeL With Cuya hogacQiinty conceded 16 t he democrats the republicans 21 ot tbe S3 state senators and 70 of the lid representa with a probable Increase a the other 31 counties reported Since noon chairman Dick on the percentage of gains estimated the 3 tingcountJee and under thla Indi cated that complete returns may make Nash B plurality S COO and rest of the ticket conalderablj that figure SffiSln D Blakemore of Bedford Emerson of Creston BurenLea Nftglft of Mlllon P Al crton AI Anderson of Indlanold W Ruchanan of Qltumwa J ton T of Fort Ilodre u mnoDa Secor of J S Roome of Cal J SKCC1e John T Tfw follow Qtmocrats were elected to the nOUst HuCschmldl of Lans CJintona of Clinton itid K C of tthealland Csrrollc C CDcJa of CarroH T Solera of It oomfiehl of Tlurltng ion and tt Dottd C WhlUnir ot il In fJ I Crulltshatik of Fort Madl on and S T Marshall of KeoknV it Ktrbert ox iUruka ScUmftz thenmon canaidTate foi Eoayir has elected ty a ofabcutSSOO Asa R Wells republican running second ani J 8 Tobin third In therace Mr Sehmitz tsthe leader o the orchestra Ina local theater and is also secretarj and manager of a tna chine ahcv He has heretofore been knoftin as a republican though he lint prominent as a polUIelar He la a native of this cits his fathe having been an accomplished rrmelelar Oftheother riiu Ipal ttcket the republicans elected auditor sheriff tax collector treasurer county clerk public administrator ani sbc supervisors The derrocrate havethe city iattbrhey recorder dls trlet coroner police and nine the mayor the union labor party eiect ed supervisors The success of the union labor brings a nefirnnoV Important factor In politics The union labo ag aresult of th teahisters stevedores marine firemen and other front ployea last symnicr TheJsbor men evidently voted Eolldlyfof the head of the ticket nut scattered their vole on candtdate tor other offices Thei may elect three supervisors The pa Ironase offices go to the while win frlect nine oil ot eighteen supervisors Under th newcharter the mayorhas great powe andappoints the board of education public police park and fir comrnUaioners The corriptete returns for sheriff eh o trrt foHowlrig result Iaekroarir ep 26758 Ldugibrey nniori Warden dem filSC In Boston MBBBV Nov repiibll can partyJn carrylnir MafEachusetti In Testertfflyselection as customary Buftered ofIts vote to ai extent eypectedon an off year Cover norCranea third terhi plurality t T03M The social democratic caridl dateii made the beat showing acnont the minor parly nomlneeg The governors council induOes sevei republicans and one deniocrat pame a last year The democrats lost two members ii the senate and gained one rrnrcsenta tire jolltica division Is to be determiner on the final aettlements of several clos fights On the ace of returns the hous stands 366 to 72 9en7ocral and 3 acini democrats while the sei ate la 32 republicans and 7 democrat Denrer CdJo Nov he elec tTon of coqntr li Colorado the republicans won In mos of the large counties except Aripahoe Complete feturne from all the precinct In this cftyand all the county precinct except one chow that all the democrat lu candidates were elected In Arapaboe by majorlliea ranging from 2000 t 4CW The democrats also carried Telle county Cripple The rcpublf canswon El Paso Lahe Jeff Boulder Ixirlmer Oilpin am Plata countlw In many counties th result Is rnlxed the officers being dl Vlded oetween democrats and repnblf Lin coin Net Nov Complete an nearly complete returns from over third of the counltea In Nehrnffca serv to mcresee the plurality for the rvpufc llcau stateMIcket U the ratio ot yai Is malnlatned SetlgwlcV republican fo supreme Judge have a plurality o 12000Chairman Lindsay of the re publican state committee ft wt not be less than IOW and this Is con Chairman De France of fusion oommlttce concedes the elecl ol ReiJgwIck Hcald Congratulations are the repub Hraria becauM of the result In the state concede the election ot Sedgvrlc by plurality anywhere between and Iteluma from the precincts Jn Douglas county w lhac ScAJswtcir republican or upreme judge has a majority over lollenbeck of 1660 The ave elected six out of ihe nine county fflcera and the republicans have elect i a member ol the legislature to fill a aftincy and aleo a city police Judge In Omaha the fustoniats elected four ut of five mtmbtra ot uhe board of lucaifon in the election of whom local itereat was centered The returns In Icale that the women cast a heavy ote a greater part of which went tg tie fu6lonJatsr who represented the nilmachine element The latest returns from the state do ol Indicate a change in the apparent tiult last night and Se rig wick repub ean Is probably elected nufiremc judge a majority of from 5000 to 8W9 XCHLICASX aiiflt IENViVLVANIA EfforU of Kmloolil to K PhlladeJphfa Nov latest re urns from Pennsylvania Indicate that Fnmk O Harris rep Has been elected tale treasurer over EHsha A Coray Tr the fusion candidate hy between 9OM and 55MO plurality In 1S59 Bar nett rcj for state treasurer had a iluraUty of 1195SS over Creasy dem William P Polter rep has ilelealed Yerkei for Judge oC the supreme court iy aboiit WW9 Trie vote rolled in the state yesterday unusually light In this city the polled for ptale treasurer exceeded Sarnetls vote for the eame office Jn 893 by than S5tQO vole In Luzerne pounty the home of Co ray the latter carried the county by jbout 12000 plurality against less than lOCO plurality for in wftlte in 3Ionleomer count the home ot Yerkes ihe plurality was increased nearly 1 oW pleas or orphans court JufigeB were chosen In judlcUl dislrJcts In ihe elatf anU In a great majority ol these the republicans were London most vindictive opponents of Tammany hall even in the thick ofthe campaign could not haic painted that oigantzatlon In blacker colorsthan do theedltp terSin the afternoon here tofla in congratulating Nesr Vork on the resiill of the election The Euccess of Reth Low an event onwhich eveiy frlehtf of America and every lover of virtue and honesty any where has good reason to raise paens of congratulation says the SI James adding It Is the greatest blow yet struck at tjje ndosl nefarloui system oforganized triumphant vil lainy ever foisted oh a clvltlzeil com munfty of corrupt bhlck mailers but the terrific power of such in organization can onlj be ftnaJ crushed bj B counter organization equally farreaching The PallMall Gazette says The goils that preside over honest govern ment desert e a libaiimi from cry good citizen world The Westminster Gizette remarks The New Yorker fieerns atlastfo have graeped that he ras a citizens respon siblHty tott the sued government bf his cUj With a president who has declared against the bpoiU system ani id tarnmanlzed Nan lork the admin tstratlve outlook for IheUnlted States fs brighter than Cor a long tune past Jjondon morning papers fe with evening Journals In expressions of rejoicing the de featof Tammany hall In achieve ment of whicit ifr strong InfiuCtice regarded as the mall spring ll County C eielanxl O NIT elec tlojirelurjisfrom this Cuyahogii coun ts she Nasji rer for 31 Ivilbourne dem 31 533 ICash s pluta Hi s The democrats entire lee Jslalive and county ticket with the ex ception of Hat field for Judge of common pleas court who Is defeated bj PhUlips rep Phillips plurality Is TnutU 1 ott Sloui Falls S resull of the election for district judje was Smith rep Hrn dlettlct 20W majority Jonea rep Second district300 majori l Bennett demThlrrf Frank B Smith np Fourth 00 llcCoy rep Fifth CCfl lo rCO GoffTe reix Sixth n opposition Seventh prob ahly elected by a narrow margin Wosha botiffh rep FEgliiii W than lial the vbte Was polled IB B t twelve the vote this morning Fhowed tha Governor GregoryrepubUcan was re elected fay a plurality of over against SS59 last year r Tfce general assembly in Itolh hranches islargely b a decreased majority With the singl exception of Central PallE the demo cratij clpcted their mayoraUy caridi dates In allflveeJties ofthe state Accord1ns to thc latest returns th Tote of 13 dtstricta gave Gregory re publican 21053 Carvin democrat iTrrier Trenlon JT J Xov turng from the various counties of th state give Franklin Murphy republican candidate for governor a plurality o 14163 overJatries M Seymour demo cnit The republicans on Joint ft have a majority of il in the legislature Louisville Ky Nov from every precinct In Louisville show the ma Jorlly of Grainger dem for mayor to b4 C625 Tha deniocraU mads a sweep of all the offices lit Loniivllle anrt fcrson Ucrlin of the fccrlt eenlns paper comrnentetl upon the otil of Ihe elections In Jsev York eitj rejoicing In tha succesa ot Setb Low morality1 the Vosskh XeltuDR hia seined a brilliant and w hope a decisive victory over the recXlea a na thorou shly corrupt spoils systemo the present municipal ad ministration V doubt the victory ts that thi Influence ol Ccoker has been perraanentl National Zeliunc say Tajnmany Hall well deserved the d feat wJiich Is of great lmTortance f two re IWO ZeiUrj however tijg tt a do noi expect mucJi ifr Low1 and Tamraan Hall U b n means broken up Washlnston Xov Kuiln the Panama Canal company flnafly h submlUcd lo Aoritlrol Walker the hei Ihe a Drop t v IIO sn a D osltioo on bihilf of his company or f all Its rights by the Unii q e ni Slates government The Panama com pany has been restrained up ti thU mo menl from jubmHtJiig a direct proposi Uon owlnp lo A clause fa ths which ll holds from the government a Cotomfeta which ptescribeg forhfutre o the concession as a penalty for the tnik Injr ol an effort Ijy the company lo trans CerlU lo another government The companys agents therefore been Obliged to act with extreme cautfo in mnkin but In some wa the Colombian sovenimmt his been tr duMrf o wink at this technical of Tic i rm arc HOI yi ols ftnd it K probah e they wl i nc vc until lhv canal conunlesio ta report II f undtistood owever that they are considerably more avorable to this jjovernraeni than tvere he figures rarxle to the president three ayy ANUTIUIJL UUAKUK FOIt CAKftK fe Ji to llo Given H a Civil Chicago Nov M Carter notv ft convict In the government prison I Fort Leaven h Kansas and for merly a captain In the United Stales ki to have a rehearing C hlB In i cMI tribunal He now las Ihe assurance of government lUthorltJes lhat ail the evidence 3 to e reviewed again before Judge Kohl aat In the Unlleu States circuit court n this city the hearing lo take place probably In a fen months Carter e called on as a vftticts la his own ichalf anfl for the purpose ng In court he islll be released tem from his place 6f confinement This la the result of the suits brought ijtfce government Erme months ago n several federal courts for the pur lose of recovering the proceeds of ivhlch U was proved at the rourtmartlal that Carter had embezzled Tom the United States His unclej Ixrenzo Carter an1 his broiher I Stanton Carter were baict lo have reinvested this money ind secreted It for ihe purpose of hav ng a fortune ready for he former army officer upon his release from the military prison plfilculllea were encountered by the representatives of the government in gelling trace of thesecurities which were said to reprefcnt thla amouiii aiid at last they eJgned v1th Carters legal representative Horace G Stone by which a oEallthe charges brought agaitist the former captain of engineers was mad Aftera Iul examination the ownei ship of the bonds and other securities of Carter ivhlch the government claims as Its property willbe determined by the court The decision In this court will affect the standing the cased In nl the other courts similarly iltne SHill AlUe Sofia Nov brigands having 3Ilss Storie the Am erica Yt nils Jonarr and her companion Madame Tsilka In their custody werein Bul garian territory near the Turkish fron tier lastweefe according to authorita tivo IntelUgence The captives vrert cave and flreawere lighted tfcem fromthe severecold Since then the brigands and the women ate gone IQ place unknown The fact iiuit violent measuree such as muillatlcms to extort were not taken Indicates lhat the brig anfia are unrJertUeJmpreaaionahat the longer thej wait the better alll be the terms obtainable ThlE attitude re garded asbeing1 partly due to Ihe pub licity given to the subscriptions toward the ransom and it is Increasing the difficulty experienced by Consul Gen eral Dickinson Infals effortsto reduce the brigands demands Washington SOT orders of the departmentfortransferring troops from the United taths ind from the Philippines to lie Lulled Elatewere piilillsfea toda The ortl sqaadrco at the Eleventh cavatr will from Neir Tork on the CTrookabout DecBrnber 1 headquarter stRfTbatid and third squadron will a Ihe BuCord Yoik near tlie of Januarj and the Hrst squadron from San Francisco about December 15 Two battalions of Ihe in fantry from San FrancUco on the Grant about 1 and the clher battzUon will sail about December 1 It was supposed that Huj battalion would go on the but aa that yea eel has been diabled the battalion Vm probably go later on the HancotJ TJie crder alao directs that the lourtb Be regioienUi u Infantrj now Jn the pints sail for the United StRlts as soon as transports are secured Ballar New Tortt itov sas the London coirepondent ol Ihe Trioure considers himself the victim ol a South African conspiracy and threatens to uninaslr Ws is alfanta Roberta who rallied tbe political ai jti Ihe military forcu In South ana did not make except when compelled to crltlclBe subordinate ganer als an3 cflJcers Genfra ButJer acked In dealingwith rnsn and excitec nuch oppoaltlan At cstinlnsler Bulled rlends now that he will vfrtdfcate his reputation bj exposing the machlna lions of lha conspirators tradtclne him and tellingthe secret his lcr of tbe raEd and other oper Ion The war office will probablv an tcipate a The arm is the only branch ernmenl service fn nhtch the conlldentia character ot offical aocumenta Is not re New Hampton Noi semiofficial returns recehed here today mere no doubts that Chick conn tf Is In the republican coJomn Cummins carried the county by fiftj majority The whole state and as well as most of their count Snauldmp Is elected senator from the Floid Chtckasaw dtsfrict II Kott hoff will represent Chlckaaw county In Uie neit legislature C Schnurr t eectetf shenff fti about elthty roafontv 1 J liVormley aupflrtnlendent O M Iandon M t coroner and II H BiHey euperrlsor from Uie fourth dls trlct ill repubUcan U CurtU for treasurer G Cotant surveior ani jceah Biueratc supervisor for dis are the only on democratic ticket etectcd London Nov aro indlcat of the fog brpaklnfc op al omo but ifie report from iht busiest port show amelioration England Is now experiencing the most severe cold known In years for this period ot the year Marketiffaiborcjg It degrees cf frost From the ilerser the Bristol cOanneVihe Kcrmber anoT uho Clyde arrive stories of the dislocation o trftfrlc A number of vcs els liave been elranded there have been minor collfs Ions on Ibe Tbamea and hunaretfs of vea lels are lOBbbund the pilots refuslnc tc the rlk of akin tUvm to ucl Pnlth nn TrUl New Nov SLTbe trial of teen Poll h students for belonging 10 tain ecrel In various corresponden of the London TimeT as transmitted tc few Tiork Times begun In Posen yea leraiy The DrOECCutor clalrns that thesi ilOM he circuJated fift league the objccl pf which la the rest tion of Polish Independence Onestui secrei societies fays the core live Prussian aiTVd to adopt a strong Pij sfi policj Spnngnrlr Ill state board of equalization h Id to fill nn IV n dai and IMenod to Ihe of idg th of Thompson last Saturday to compel board to assess Ihe papMj Chicago corporations VIM ts secured bj the Vieriff on Cl nnn ind ihi c Ttd bj tne oil er IKnl n embers nplial lock Will th awwsment BS sjn as Ctwlrmart Barnc from an attack ot AINS ALLWER TUESDAY APPARENTLY REPUBLI CAN DAY IN NEW YORK Place or at lOis I ut t New York Xpv unoffi cial returns from every district of jrtater York give Selh Lojvv uslon candidate for mayor and hMward il Shepard democrati 253J2S mahlng J on e plurallly 23 864 f dward M tirout canJtd of controller received Vftee JM737 for William Ladd his democrat c rUal making thp plurality of the candidate UnoOiclal returnsfrom election dMriet In New Vorfc county Will am Orders Jerone fusonlB a lead of over Henry W linger demo crat In the race for the district attor neyBhlp The voeioftheiivofollowfi Jerome tTnger H8073 revised recapitulation of iihVvotf on jiresltlenfof tht board of aldtrmeh vith reported ahonathat Charles A I ornea futlonlft has 31 Van Koesen democrat beatan by a plurality Complete tmoKcfal figures from tha lorough of Queens show tint dbmoLnit bas flefeatedDoht uslonl t for the president of oroush by S953 pluralityIn ntotaldt 219 1 t r Compile unofficial election of Loul F Haffeti deniocraf is president of the borough of the Bronx vlln nuralltl ot J40 ovtr tulonist iie vote fOn 19 uW tt c IB IS 089 ompl le flgures from the boroUgli of Richmond gie the f to jeorge Cromwell with aplu ocrat Complete and iscd returns from ingi county show election of Gudeti as henfT OoO He lerborg J Complete revised returns unofflclalli Ehow the of the follouing Justices of the supreme court 3forgan J O Brfeii democrat and fus Greenbium fcetonlst V Blanchard fusfonist Jofta Proctor Clarke fusionlau CJnrk sot the emallest olurality of an ot the men elected headed Charles Das ton the nearest man lo him on the judiclnl ticket bj P HE and beat Robert A Van the present major by 29080 Mior elect Low wa he recipient of oies tongratulatorj The Plotting dispatch was ed from President Rooaevelt I congratulate tha ciij mure than I do jou upon the overwhelming triumph of Ihe forces of decencj 3fr replied Tour neartj eon gratulatione done me good 31r Low Bent fie following to the congratulatory telegram sent him night by the defeated democratic ca ndidare P Jf Shepard Your hearty and eanerous congratulations are highly vaiued Accent jmsincere thanks In addition to the election ot an en tire new assembly votes for at tfce recent election The sena tors1 Vereelated to fill vacancies caused by Secth In the Thirtieth anrtt torlj third Benaterjal 3i trlclB In Thirtieth TVnrtam fl Barnes repafilfcaa was elected while fn the district Morton F one off the republican leader Jn the last won The election of Barnes and T PWIS lenvea senate unchanged There will be thirtyfive republicans and fifteen dem ocrats in the senate of 3302 the same number eauh party bad in the senateof mi Theassembly of wUL pcoJbabtj follows Republicans and fualomsts 106 crats 42 This IB Jn all probability fuslonJot Bain three leaving democrats In a mlnoritj of sixty In the municipalelecltoriE throughout the tale the effectefl some In thelarger cities Buffalo the tht four second class cities Syracuse was caprnred br the republicans May or McGnhe one of the democratic leaders of the state beiny Both parties are chiming Rochester and the of J HodgbeekJ repuWIcin la the event of the official figures demonstrating Ms election wiil te ver iw GORMAN WINS IN Will U Cvntrolof tbclcp1 Baltimore Md re ceived in this city up to mldnisnt and Including every count In the state partly official ariojparlly uri6mclaIiIn3 dicate a m the legislative con tesl which Is almost rrllhout parallel in Maryland careful eqtl cnalearand cakuiaHonS filvethe demo crata fortysix delegates newly elected senators xvhlch conr blned with Ihe ten who hpW m the senate assurestbe of Gomian atolaloC sixtythreevotes on Joint ballot Tbe republicans it ap pears hive elected tort nine 3eTegatea and six senators vrhlch added to their three hold yfiea thorn a total nt fiftyeight votes on7 Jotnfoal These Iigurea irwlcatc lhat the publicans mil be able to organize house of delegate8 The situation m Baltimore clt is A peculiar one Sti that the relurns Trom the Secendi leglslative district sire such an Incomplete slate as to tbe result there uncertain as 1o Iwo ciualclateo The election iudgea In two precincts became in last night In a controvert ovtr the rejection of several ballots and finally locked the ballots anOlhsrdir books in he ballot box anfl turned themover to the supenisors of elec tion with the stateniehtihatlhey de dinedto sign the returns One of ihV democratic candldites lacks but ninety seven votes of election and another neeJa but 103 The repuhlicnris dined to Je the election of ifce Urstmenlloned when the returns are In from tlie two rnlretng prcvlnvis but asacrtthat ihe other will beaten The noV counted until noon lomorrovv until which time noth ing ucnnita can be known oil precincts but one democrat in Baltimore cltyis put uonn as probably elected whITe the republi cans are eJven sfxteeo of the surprises of the day the do e vole In county heretofore republican by ma Jotltle ranging from 1 200 to 2 000 The democrats have elected thefr senator and rfne republican In that county and the result as to the four delegates Is close Sf Marys county which hag conHderevI doubtful has gone solidly demecratte Boston Nov and crtrrwled from tfie tntlre slate or JiassJtchusclta chaw rtiat Governor Crane has a plurality of wiis Pc vlied retunia fnr the legislature Oiow that tfte polHteil complexion vfif be a demcicrat KJTC or rep ibH 3 imont two social d This ix u gam of two eetin ore and a loss oSfiftwn rfpuillcw rep fi   

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