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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1900, Hutchinson, Kansas                                vOJL XV BUTCHINSON. KANSAS. THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 8.1900. NO. 305 NEBRASKA REDEEMED Wicans Have Carried the State by Good Majority. NO MATERIAL CHANOB$ -=--,#W Mr. Loiil't Majority Will Be (rom Pttleea to . . Twealy-fire HsadrtdJ.    ,     - Kingman, , Kan., Nov.   8__Returns,] from additional counties in the Seventh congressional district not heard from y�s> terdivy do not materially ohango the; result as announooi. Mr. Long's majority will not be less than 1,500 and may possibly reach 2,500. It is almost certain to be in the.nelghborhood of 2,000. / V; ; CLEAN SWEEP IN-THE FOURTH. Miklejohn Says the Republicans Will Have Majority in the Legislature. KENTUCKY STILL IN DOUBT Official Count Will Be Necessary to Determine Result. Flagrant Frauds Will Csot Repub Deans Many Votes in the  Blue Grass State. GAINS IN NEW YORK Miller Carried Every County ia the District -Majority Will Be 3,205. Council Grove, Kan., Nov. 8,-Con' gressman Miller carried every county m the Fourth district^ His estimated majority by counties follows:' Osage, 150; Lyon, 150; Morris, 1)30; Marion, 800 Butler, 150; Greenwood, 200; Woodson 300; Wabaunsee, 450; Chase, 60; Potta watfimie, 475;Coffey, 150;   Total, 3,205 BRYAN DOES IT AO A IN. Sends Hit Hull Message of Coagrafala 0,22�, Bryan 85,196. The same oountios in 189G gave Me Kinley 85,476; Bryan 96,547. This is"a net gain for McKinley of 14,803. Bryan's plurality in 1890 was 1.1,500. With this ratio of inerease throughout the missing eounties McKinley will have a plurality of about 5,000 in the state. There were, from 12,000 to 15,000 more votes polled in the state than in 1896 and the f usionists eiaim these are mostly from the oities and towns, which have already been heard from, and that the eounties yet unreported will give Bryan a small plurality in the state. ' The state tieket is running close ta the vote on president and it may require the ,ffleial aoant ta deaide on governor and other state officials. Both aides olaim torn* of the six ooagreasmen. The legislative ia closer than any other tieket. The latest � tarns indicate that neither side will have mora than five or six majority a joiat ballot. THE OFFICIAL COUNT Will Be Required to Determine Election in Kentucky. PRESIDENT OR NOTHINQ. Bryia Saya Ueder Ne Clrcsnstsices Will He Accept Ualted States Seaatertkl*. New York, Nov. 8__The Evening Joar nel print* the following telegram: 'Llneola, Neb., Nov. 8-To the Edl tor of the Evening Journal: Von may say officially tbat under no circumstances would I aeeept the office of United States castor even were it tendered me made my fight for the presidency and lost, I am not going to take other men positions frt m them. "(Signed.)   William J. Bryan. CONTEST LIKELY IN KENTUCKY. Ceetett for Oovsraor will Probably Be Takes Kilo the Ceartf. Frankfort, Nov. 8.-Governor Beokham returned to the state oapttal today. He aayi his plurality will hot be under 5,000 The election commission will meet week after next, to canvass the returns. It evident now that both sides will continue to claim the state until after the the ofll eial count and there will likely be a contest (or governor to be settled in the eonrtK WHEN YOU VISIT HUTCHINSON -BTOP AT THE- MIDLAND   HOTEL The Only First-Oass $2.00 Houac Ia The City. Si. Any tfeMt a� ne* to BOTH  PARTIES   CLAIM  I '...k-j Republicans Did Something More fhan Elect McKinley. An" Even .Break on Congressional Delegation in Brooklyn ;    and Long Island. CROKER GOES TO ENGLAND MAJORITY ASSURED In the Kansas Legislature on Joint Ballot. Have Elected Eighty-Four Mem-' bers of the House and Thirty* One in the Senate. �    � --:- 'i ELECTION  OF   REPUBLICAN RACE RIOTS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Several Per toss were tnjared bat Quiet New Prevails. Washington,  Pa.,  Nor.   8__After a night of excitement over the threatened conflict between negroes and whites, quiet prevails this morning. Through tho prompt action of the town authorities, aided by members of a company of the Tenth Pennsylvania volunteers, a riot was averted. The trouble started Tuesday night over the election and fighting was kept- up for a large part of the night and all of yeste.-day. There wore numerous encounters between the races and several persons severely injured. A COLD WAVE And Governor Stone Prepares to Return to Missouri. Congressional Delegatiou will Be Twenty-One Republicans and Six Democrats. Returns from Seventy Counties in Kansas Shows Republican State Ticket Elected. And Accuse the Other of Holding Back the Returns to Square Defeats. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8.-At both the Demoeratic and Bepublieau headquarters this morning the leaders adhered to their claims of last night. The Democrats declared Beckham's majority would not be less than 10,000. Sixty-two preoinots still out and most of them in the extreme sections of the state, in the First and Eleventh diatriots. The Demoorats assert that the Republicans are holding back the Eleventh district whilo the Republicans say the Democrats are holding up the First district lor a show-down when it becomes definitely known just how many votes are needed. The Demoorats say there is no ,doubt .whatever of tlie result but the Republicans sayLthey will be satisfied only when the offloial count is made. They say there has been tuoit flagrant padding in Owen and Franklin and other counties but no details are at hand in support of the assertion. Demooratie.leaders on tho oontrary say there has been no fraud whatever and that they will be perfeotly satisfied to stand by the offloial oount. DEMOCRATS CLAIM NEBRASKA Par Bryia sad Alts the State tad Majority el Uflslaturt. Chicago, Nov. 8.-A telegram baa been reoeived at Demooratie national headquarters from Bryan stating the Democratic national ticket has carried Ne braaka by a majority of 2,000 and the state ticket by 4,000 and that the next legislature of the state will be Demo oratio New York, Nov.  8.-Political head quarters in this city and state are being abandoned, and the oampelgn of ,1900 ii now history. ' Ex Governor Stone, .who has bad oba'rge of the Demooratie national headquarters here, is preparing to return to'Missouri.   Biehard Croker, de spite' the fact that the newspapers of the city are discussing the possibilities of anti-Tammany Demoeratic organization, is preparing to leave for England in the near future. The official returns as received are not materially changing the results and McKinley'a plurality remains approximately 145,000 in the state. Johu B. Stanehfield, the Demooratie nominee for governor, ran ahead ot his party's presidential electors, but Odell's plurality still remains about 100,000. It seems probable that the eongres sional delegation from New York state will' remain as indicated in the earlier reports. Long Island, Brooklyn included divides its congressional delegation even ly, three Republicans and three Demo orats, a Republican gain of three. On Manhattan island the Republicans elected only one member of Congress, William H. H.  Douglass,  having de feated, J. S. Hill, Captain William As tor Chanler, who defeated Lemuel E Cjuigg two years   ago,   having  de elined a renominatiou in this district this year.   Two Demoorats ars elected up the state,, W. H. Ryan having be returned from one of the Buffaja^d^Mar andC, A. Pugsley ot WeBtcliasosrfoupty� and John Q. underbill, who is also a Dam ooratv , The Weotiehester district Ib part city, part county, since it includes within its boundaries a portion of the borough of Bronx of Greater New York. This makes the oongressinal delegatioi stand twelve Republican and twelve Dem oeratio, a Republican gain of five'.   Both houses of the state legislature are Repub liean by a large plurality, but a number ot the districts are olose and it may re quire the offloial count to decide several eases. The congressional representation from this state will consist of twenty-one Be publioans and thirteen Demoorats. POR KILLING. AN AMERICAN. United States Coasil lastracted te Collect Pram Moorish Qovsriaeat. Washington, Nor. 8.-The instrustions to the United States sonsnl at Tangier under which he aoted yesterday, were to collect Indemnity from the Moorish gov ernroert for the murder of Marcus Essa gin, a naturalised American citixen,killed about a year ago by a mob. The Moorish government disclaimed responsibility. The oounsul is directed to present' the case again with an urgent request for settlement. The big battleship Keutuoky is making her way through the Mediterranean to Manila. If she touches at a MooriBh port, as she is likely to do, her presenoe may bave a beneficial effect. FRAUD IN THE INDIAN OFFICE. lavcstliatloD Shows $194,01*) >n Fraudulent Warrants Have Been Issued. Kansas City, Nov. 8.-A special to the Star from Tahlequah, I. T., says: special committee composed of C. V, Rogers and W. O. Bruton and a special ttt'eut, Zeverly, today filed a report .Of their investigation of the alleged iiregu Unties in the Cherokee auditor's office The report shows, it is said, that #194,000 in fraudulent national warrants have been issued and are afloat.. Yellow Jack iaMiti isslaal. Jackson, Miss., Nov. 6.-A new case of yellow fever was reported to the board of health for Natohes today. Mrs. Butler, the first patient repotted, died last night She is a niee* of farmer Governor Long at Ohio. TO OUTLINE A PLAN Meeting of Democrats will Held in New York. REORGANIZE  DEMO CR AC The Kind of Talk That Always Follows the Defeat of a Party. be Detroit, Mich., Nov. 8.-Don M Diok ineon is authority for the st-itement that within three weeks a meeting will held in New York city to outline 1 a pi for the reorganization of the Democratic party. He says the call will have the sig natures of prominent .Demoorats and the meeting will be attended by Democrats of both yold and silver leanings. New  York,   Nov     8__Ex-Governor Stone Baid of the proposed ro-oi�aniza-tion of the Democratic party: "This ki of talk always follows tho defeat of the party. J 1ml the Republicans been feated they would be talking re-organization. Those who have tho most to say about re organization are generally the ones who contributed most to the defeat of their party." or United States Senate Now Assured.. is Topeka, Kan., Nov. 8-There is no doubt about Kansas.  The state has gone Republican. Complete returns from more than seventy eounties and fragmentary returns from the remainder Bhow that Me Kinley has earned Kansas by from 22, 00lto25,�00; that the entire RepubU can state ticket has been elected by about 30,000; that seven Republican congress men were chosen by decisive majorities, and that the Republicans have 111 mem bers of the legislature on joint ballot, 84 in the house and 27 in the senate. The returns show the eleotion ot He publican representatives in the following eounties, sure: Allen, Atchison 1; Barber, Barton, Brown, Butler, 2; Chase Cheutaaqua, Clerk, Coffey, Cloud, Com anche, Cowley. 2; Dickinson, Doniphan Douglas, 2; Elk, Ellsworth, Finney Franklin, 2; Geary', Gove, Graham, Gray Grant, Greenwood, Greeley, Har v�y, : Jackson, Jefferson, 2; Jewell, Johnson, Kingman, Lane, Leaven worth, 2; Logan, Lyon, 2; Marion, Mar shall, 2; Mcpherson, Mitchell, Montgomery, 2; Morris, Morton, Nemaha, Neosho Norton, Osage, 2; Osborne, Ottawa, Phil lips, Pottawatomie, Pratt, Reno, 2; Re public, Rice, Riley, Rooks, Bash, Kus sell, Sedgwick,; (Shawnee.. 3; Stanton Sumner, 1; Wabaunsee, - Wallaee, Wash ington, Wichita, Wilson,.Woodson, Wy aadotte, 1.   Total, 84. The fuBionists carried Atchison, 1. Bourbon, 2; Cherokee, 2; Crawford, 2: Clay, Cowley, 1; Edwards, Ellis, Ford, Hamilton', Harper, Hodgeman, Kearney, Kiowa, Labette, Lin cola, Linn, Meade, Miami, Ness, Pawnee, Scott, Saline, Sedgwick, 2; Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Sumner, 1; Thomas, Trego and Wyandotte, 2.   Total, 34. Those in doubt were: Anderson, Cheyenne, Decatur. Labette, 1; Rawlins, Stafford.  Total, �. �The Republican managers expect that YOUNG LADY MURDERED The Body Found-in a Ravine Near Her Home. �----       '   j Believed the Girl was Outraged and Murdered to Stifle . Her Cries. Covers Middle, Westera and Northwesters Stales-Freeziuf Weather ia Kansas. Washington, Nov. 8-The weather bureau issuos the following: The first well-marked oold wave of the season oovers the middle,, western' and north western states. Freezing weather la reported in Southern Kansas and Southern Missouri) snow has fallen as far south as the Ohio river. Tonight tup line of frees-ing temperature will extend over Arkansas and Tennesse. BLOODHOUNDS ON THE TRAIL MONUMENT MAY RE SOLD FOR DEBT. Ceau Ittes Usable te Pay Ballasce tae ea Soldiers' aaa Sailer*' Maaaawit. Peoria, 111., Nov. S.-u-The soldiers' and sailors' monument, one. of the finest mar bis a'.att* in the country, .erected over* year ago at a eost ot $50,000 and dedi cated by President MoKinlay may be sold because of the inability: of the eora mittee to raise $13,000 still due on it. M'KINLEV RETURNS Crowds Meet to Greet Him at Washington. RETURNS  TO   HIS  DUTIES Will Probably Lynch the Mar derer When Captured. Finger Marks on Girl's Throat and Evidences of a Terrible Struggle. Many People Gathered During the Night to See the Pre* ident's Train Pass.      ' Be the mast of those placed in the doubtful column will go tor the fasioniate, but even it all of them do the Repub Uoana will have a majority of 5 in the senate and 12 in the house. The Republicans have elected state senator in the following districts: First, seoend, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, ' eighteenth, � nineteenth, twentieth, twenty-first, twenty-seoond, twenty-third, twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth, twenty-eighth' thirtieth, thirty-second, thirty third, thirty fourth, . thirty-fifth (Root. Findlay), thirty-sixth In the following districts the fusionists have elected senators: Seventh,. Eighth, Niuth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twenty-fourth, Twenty-seventh, Twenty-ninth, Thirty seventh, Thirty-eighth, Thirty-ninth, aad Fortieth _ =========   , . � ttwt CALDERHEAD ELECTED.'. Washington, Nov. 8__The; presidential party arrived this morning. Several hundred people, assembled at tho depot and a large number of polioe were on hand to prevent a crush. Secretary Hitoh cock, General Corbin and other officials were the first to welcome and oongratu ,o the president. The crowd outside broke into hearty cheers when he and Mrs. McKinley made their appearance, After hasty greetings the party was driven to the White House where the president had breakfast and returned to his duties. The trip beyond Pittsburg was at night nd uneventful all hough knots ot people gathered at the stations throughout the night to see the train go by. Carried Every Ceaaly Escee! Clay-Will Have 3,00$ Majerliy. ; Abilene, Kan., Nov. 8.-The returns from the Fifth district gives Calderhead Republican, the following counties by the majorities named: Dickinson, 450; Ot tawa, 00; Goary, 216; Riley, 800; Wash iogton, 500, Republic, 480; Marshall, 500; Cloud, 100. Vincent has Clay by 70. Saline is about even. Calderhead's majority? 3,100. PLYNN RE-ELECTED. Taraed Celd Ua North. La Crosse, Wis., Nov, 8-The mercury fell fifteen degrees today. Cold weather is general throughout the eaeira northwest. Republicans Have Also a Majority ol Both Branches ol Oklahoms Legislature. Quthrio, O. T-, Nov.  8__Secretary B-nabaw of the  Republican territorial committee, makes the following state tnxut:   "Ueuuia Flyun  is reelected by 5,500 majority.   We have elected a ma jority in both branches of tho legislature The tn-o bouses stand as follows:   Lower bouse, 17   Republicans,   9  DeoToorate council, 7 Republicans, fi Democrats. Republicans la Majority, Chicago, Nov. 8-With a tew doubt ful districts to hear from, the Republican* apparently have a majority   ia both braaoane of aVa latMataw, MINISTERS SAY NOTHINQ Leavenworth, K�n., Nov. t.-The dead body of Pearl Forties, ageil'tf, was fonnd in a ravine near her home ra this oity. Marks on her throat indicated aba* she had been Murdered by atranfalafdoa. The sarroandings gave evidence ot a terrible struggle. Miss Forbes, who is of a good family, had visited her married sinter, a abort distance from the Forbes residence, yesterday afternopn starting for her home at 6 o'clock in the evening. Ho far as can be learned that was the last ever seen ot her alive. Feeliag over the affair is intense aad lynching would doubtless be the result if the murderer were eapturedaoon. It Is believed the girl was outraged and killed to stifle her ories. Further in-' vestlgation of the scene leads to the belief that the muider was committed by two men. Bloodhounds have been sent tor. Miss Forbes was employed ia a local qandy factory. A male companion usually walked home' from work with her. Yesterday he professed inability to accompany her and advised her to take a ear. Miss Forbes deolined, saying she preferred to walk. Not reaching home at the usual time, search wae instltated hut not a elae was found until the body was recovered. A crowd surrounded the body when she father arrived on the soene. He waa first to identify her. The marks on the throat show the imprint of fingers ot both hands and scratches from finger nails. Miss Forbes is the daughter of William Forbes, a contracting carpenter. Her sister, Miss Carrie Forbes is a school teacher in Colorado and another sister Is a sohool teaoher here. She is a neioe of J. W. Sexton, a local undeitaker. The mayor today offered a reward at two hundred dollars for the arrest ot the murderer. It is now believed that the murderer was a negro. The funeral today was attended by a large erowd ol people. Feeling is intense and lynching is still talked ot. to la Regard ta las Details al tae Deliberailatu With Cblaa ler Peace. Washington, Mov. 8-Additional re ports from Conger today reoord the pro gress of efforts being made at Peking bring the foreign ministers into an agreement aa to the basis of negotiations with China. The department declines to make public any details ot the deliberations of the ministers, and it appoats this reticence ia a matter of international agreement. However, the statement is reiterated that progress is being made toward a satisfactory conclusion. EMBEZZLER IN JAIL. CHINESE COMMERCE RUINED By the Rebellion Belaf Organised la the Soatacra Part el Cklaa. Paris, Nov. 8-A dispatch from Peking announoes that a high Chinese personage says a rebellion being organized in South China is ruining commerce; that revenues are decreasing and the payment of Bervico of debt next spring is doubtful. Princs Cliiug and Li Hung Chang, the dispatch adds, regret the delay in presenting peaoe propositions and express fears as to the fuUre. Arrested ea Eight Charges ler EaaeislssMat aad Falsllylsf Acceaais. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 8__John C. Robinson, secretary ot the Cash, Globe-Mutual and Industrial Building and Loan Assooiatioas, was arrested last night on eight ohargoB of embezzlement aad fahri-fyiug accounts. Ia default of bail he waa landed in jail.              \ HAD BEEN IN AN ASYLUM. Rssaeaalkle far A�iri�ae Wsaua Held Not x   '   Sicallei Jewelry. London, Nov. 8,-In the polioe court today Mrs. Gertrude Waring, an Amen � can charged with obtaining jewelry under false pretences, was discharged on the ground that she is not responsible for hor actions. She was confined in an Insane asyium five years ago. Weatksr fadicatleat. Chiaago, Nov. 8-Foreoast until 8 p. m. Friday-For Kansas: Threatening tonight and Friday; probably rain Friday; northeast winds. In a Red Hot Discussion About Coal. ... To mention the fact tbat our LltQtl GRADES OF COAL, never disappoint the HOUSEKEEPER, the <;OOK, or those who iu(i,-nd upon it to best their HOME.*).   OUtt OAL meaus HEaT, CLEANLINESS, LACK ( CLINKFUS, r-LATK, SLACK or DIRT, uid less work in USPLENIHUINU FIRES linn any other COAL on the market, and consequently the most econumioai and reliable. Viait Da Bator* Bavins Elaewbera The Sickman Goal <3o, No. SuO-a South Mala Bt. 'Phaae M. A   

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