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   Lawrence Weekly World (Newspaper) - November 8, 1894, Lawrence, Kansas                                CONCEDES NEXT CONGRESS TO NOVEMBER 8 1894 1MEI WILL HAYE BOTH Concedes the House by From 63 to 7O and the Senate by a Good Working Laud slides and Big Political Snr Legis lature follow ingshows the composition of the next congress as closely as can be deter mined from the ceived returns so far re State Toll 9 6 7 o 4 i 2 11 i 23 3 13 H i 8 Dem Rep Dbt Pop lul 2 10 1 n 6 4 Maryland Massachusetts Michtean Minnesotv Montana Kebrjska New Hampshire JJew Jersey 6 12 7 I 15 1 C 1 2 8 Few 34 1 North 9 Worth 1 21 2 30 JRhode 2 South Car 7 South 2 in 13 2 10 West 4 Wnshin 10 1 7 11 1 G 5 10 2 19 U 8 4 1 12 6 3 1 5 2 7 1 17 2 2 2 i 1 1 o 1 1 1 o 2 i 3 J Q Democrat Keturnert to Congress From That night the Democrats conceded the First and Fourth districts to the Re publican and Todays advice fromLogan the Democratic showed such a falling off in the Demo cratic vote that Democratic candidate for barely carried the The Democratic mana gers then conceded the blection of in thd Third dis trict by a decisive Wilson is defeate t by about making the GAINS IN i mi f ARTISTIC PAPER OF HAVE UPWARD Six of the Seven Districts Repub returns to dfiy showed remarkable gains for the Republican On the state ticket headed by for the indications are for a Republican plurality of close to Every man on the Republican county ticket is elected pluralities ranging from to The state legislature is Republican by perhaps in suring a Repnblean successor to United States Senator The gains in dicate that each of the seven con districts in the city are Republican with the possible ex ption of Congressman McGanns dis INDIANA CAPTURE ALL The Legislature Is Also and Elect a Republican Successor to Sena tor he Amendment Irobably Defeated Congressional Vote by 213 1 2 t 1 23 Colo 108 Xew l Returns from California and rado not Chairman Babcock of the Republi can congressional committee claims that the Republicans will organize the n xt United States While the returns are his infor mation that the Tennessee tiire is Republican and wijl senl a member of that party to stuccoed while New Jersey will send a Eemiblioan to succeed McPher and Kansas a Republican to sue ceed and three Republi cans will come from the North western at present represented by only one Repnbl can Senator the Democratic congressional concedes the house to the Republi cans by from 05 to 70 The Republican congressional com mittee claims that in the house of the Fiftyfourth congress theRepubli cans will have a majority of the del egations of thirty with Mary land divided giving to them more than twothirds majority by should the next presidential election be thrown into the The werp late in ar rivinqat their rooms The president did not come into the city at but remained at pre sumably afr work on his annual mes sage to As a general rule nobody occupying a leading place in the administration cared to talk for respecting the elec The single exception Assistant Secretary Doe of warj department who had confident that his party holji its at least in his na He said The some respects remieds me of It was the state crlamity howl decisive verdict against iffjrefbrini but it is in fact nothing That is one issue which e solved until a tariff for hai been given a i IN nepnhlicaiis Aviuavo an Unparalleled INDIA I Partial returns received from Indiana indi cate the is Republican by at least Tho Republican state committee it will not ba sui prsed if the pintility reaches t is the most sweeping victory ever von by any political party in The legislature is Republican in both There is but little or no doubt that Uvelve of the thirteen In diana congressional districts have been carried ly the by majorities ranging from 300 The Fourth llolmans district is in PENNSYLVANIAS A MiijorUy for Hastings Only iie Democratic is esti mated that General Repub lican candidate for ried the state by at least the greatest ever It is noxv believed that only one oi in the Tenth dis trict boon elected to In this Congressmen Huriner Reybtirn and Adams are reelected by increased SIMPSON Thirteen of the Largest Counties in1 the Seventh Stand Op for of the largest counties in the Seventh district give a ma jority of over Chair man Harlan claims Longs election by A GAIN OF ilire Chosen for Governor by Over Pence the Re in strongholds in this county be heard the majority for gov ftf is Returns for the state outside of are very but those so jived indicate the election of ttnd entire Republican by from to The Republicans claim to icarried evenCripple dis was expected to give fNonreturns yet been re but by John rVfc ft Shrafrothj is elected congress 5 district over Cpngressjnan cef Asides are claiming ind Congressman ltletfie favorite in this ffoin the kthe in the otyimembera in f wtmysfa Republicans Elect TUirfy Out of Thirty Four New York I NEW Republi cans have elected thirty congressmen out of a gain of California Probably SAN 9 oclock this morningpartial returns had been received from 630 precincts in the including 290 precincts in the state at These show a total vote of and the result forgov ernor is as follows Republi From tha incomplete returns at hand the Republicans have certainly elected congressmen iu five of the seven Kvea Delaware In tho ma jorities in Delaware complete are Newcastle 950 Republican 100 Democratic 315 Re net Republican majority of The Republicans elect gov ernor and The next legislature will stand 5 Dem 4 Republicans 14 Re 7 Democrats joint 18 12 This insures a Republican successor to United States Senator Everything Republican In latest returns indicate that Michigan has given a Republican plurality of not more than three counties the state showing Democratic The Republicans elect twelve con gressmenby pluralities ranging from to which will electtwo United States is overwhelmingly Three In NEW present Democratic congressmen were reelected yesterday in the Fifth and Sixth Charles was elected in the Second The Republican state centralcommittee claims gross frauds in three districts arfd will contest be fore Repattltean irrom state state jority in the the election of two Republican United Repub licans have carried Kansas by a plu rality of and probably have a slight majority over Republican Chairman Leland also the election of the congressmen in the seven districts by pluralities or majorities as follows First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh These figures based and tho olicial returns may materially change them and pos sibly reverse some of Chairman Leland also claims gains of twentylive legislativeAdistricts in the following counties Leaven Summer j Wauuunsej Wytfiulotte He looks Jotgains in other He admits the of Greeley and prob ably Ness and whjch gave the Republicans a net legislative gain so far as he has heard of twentytwo which added to the sixty five Republicans in the last house will I make a Republican strength of i tyseven or a majoritj of j Leland has no doubt that the Republij cans will have a total membership of counting the fifteen in the joint session of the j legislature injuring the election of a Republican United States to succeed John and a Republican state printer to succeed At noon Breidenthal practically gave up the Ho said he could get no returns from his which was an indication that the licans liad carried the He said the Populist defeat was due to the failure of the labor and German vote to standby the He admitted that the Republicans would have over 100 votes in the joint session of the No satisfactory returns have bsen received from the vote on the woman suffrage The politicians think the propositionhas been de but say the vote is so close that more accurate information than is now at hand is needed to Engraving Chief Johnson Submits Some New Ideas in His Annual chief of the bureau of en graving and in his annual report to the discussing the printing of bank says Artis tic skill applicable to the production of has not ad vanced with tlu Baok notes prepared tweiitynvo years ago are as as those of The bank nots produced by this bureau aud by the bank nota com panies of the country appear to have reached the highest standard of en graving and printingbut the as a are weakand The i conventional design for bank which has been used for many appears to be wholly lacking in artistic as it of a patchwork of engraving includ the title and lathe work having no con nection with each and a vast improvement can be made in design ing the future of the govern I consider the artisticbeauty of a design for a bank note to be an essential to protection coun terfeiting as the manner in which either the engraving or In fact they must all be of the highest standard of excellence to afford perfect To at tain standard of excellence i have secured the services of some of the best engravers a7il piinters and have received aid from some of the most talented inthe country in preparing designs for a new issue of silver certificates and the in my will not only be a cred itable work from an artistic stand but a series of notes which will be beyond the skill of counter feiters to imitate in a way to be at all danjrerous to Such talent commands a high price and it is an item of expense which should have consideration iu the making of appropriations for this A ROMANCE HOLCOMB WINS IN Republicans Carry of the Six Con and the one third of the state has been heard but the figures received indi cate the election of Popu for governorby a small The Republicans have probably elected five of the six witu the result in the Sixth still in Outside of governor the Republican state ticket is elected and the legisla ture will probably be Republican on joint OWENS BEATEN BY Betrolters Who Met anil Hecame ICn gaged oii a i rain by a Hill and Fannie Ualdwi n met on a train comingfrom on their to Orleans They renewed old acquaintances and be came smitten with each Hill is 34 and Baldwin is 51 years of Coming from Suspension Bridge he proposed to the widow and was and as the train pulled into station Baldwin re mained in waitingroom while Hill to find a justice of the He went into the Central hotel and inquired if the couple re quired a license to get Told in the he asked for a Several traval ing men in the place thought they would have some and Douglass impersonated a The would be groom brought Baldwin to the parlor for the cere The couple joined hands and the usual questions were realizing what he had became frightened and filled out a paper stating that he had performed a mock mar riage which the couple thinking it was The still in boarded the Eastern train and are now in Alli enjoying their The perpetrators of the joke areendeav oring to get a justice of th peace to marry the coupie and thus straighten out The latest investigations by the United States and Cana dian Governments show the Royal Baking Powder supe rior to all others in purity and leavening Statements by other manufacttirers to the contrary have been declared by the official atithorities falsifications of the official ROYAL BAKING POWDER 106 WALL RESULT ON THE STATE TICK ET IN EIGHT REPUBLICAN The Democratic State Central Commit tee Concedes I heir and ihut the Legislature Is So Close to lie i nictieally The state Tick et Way le co m According to returns by Harrison county gave a majority for Republi of and Mercer county a majority of Entire Re publican tie in this couiity by small My election iiili in but the chances are in m3 Impossi ble to say what the result is in this Will apparently be I have carried Greene county by Polk by and Pettis by Florida Still as of The JA vote was are in this state for Very Both congressman congressmen CHIEFS OF Civil Law to Be JEx tended to Important J intima tion by the civil service in announcing the recent extensions civil service by the The Ashland and Three Other Districts in Kentucky Go con gressional race in the Ashland dis trict is very At noon complete semiofficial returns from six counties and yartial returns from two others gave Denny fortyeight There arefive precincts to hear from in and one in Henay and theo may wipe out his present ad is un daubtedly elected to congress by plurality inthe Eleventh Tee Democrats have elected the fol lowing t congressman in First Republicans Sweep South Dem ocrats concede the election of John Gamble and John Re publican to congress by majori and for by over The Re publicans will have seventeen major ity on joint ballot in the Insuring Senator Pettigrews re urther extensions were to be it an early has been dis in the departments and among that I made cussed and it is said the next extension will include of divisions in the various depart The salaries paid I to these officers are They have always been held as po litical plums for the smaller poli ticians who seek offices in Washing and it is claimed that oftentimes they are appointed without any fit ness whatever the positions they i In many cases the assistant j chiefs do all the business of a division during the entire Sometimes it has been suggested that j these assistants be promoted but they i generally decline because they fear a new administration might dispense i with them and they would be out of a If the civil service sys tem should be extended to chiefs of divisions it will certainly be of great importance to the service and accom plish what the commission has long contended NEW ENGLAND Shot by Ballot attempt by of toughs to steal the ballot box at 117 bak street at morning has resulted in the judge of the election who was shot in the dying some hours Gns 1 Alabama District In Doubt Democrats elected every thaif except Deuson in the There an official eount will be neces New Rhodo Island and Connecticut All New England returns show great Republican New Hampshire elects both Repub lican congressmen by increased plu ralitiesl for governor gained in seventyfour if veill give him nearly The legislature is largely Greenhalges plurality in Massa chusetts is nearly All of Republican candidates for congress were elected except Fitzgerald in the The legislature will beover whelmingly Rhode Island elects both Republi can each by OTer A telegram from Hartfordreports the Republican state ticket and four Republican congressmen chocen Connecticut the re urns which have been coming in late his afternoon to the state Demo cratic committee from the country districts continue as they are now Missouri has gone Republi The Democratic state control com mittee announces this afternoon that t is satisfied that eight congressmen lave been that the legislature is iO close as to be practically and that the Republican candidates for supreme court superintendent of public schools and railroad com missioner may be re turns for the city of Louis show the election of and in the Eleventh and Tenth congressional On the city and legislative ticket the Democrats elected sixteen and the Republicans twentythree From the state in general the re turns are still but there is doubt whatever that Demo has been elected supreme court judge state superintendent of public and railroad and ware house The state legislature is Democratic by forty majority on joint ballot In the Fifteenth congressional dis is elected instead of In the Fourth the result is in with the chancesin favor of instead of entire Republican county ticket is elected by pluralities ranging from 700 to Burton is elected to congress in this district by probably Gray has probably defeated Hendrickson for the state senate by a small plu entire Republican county ticket was EXCELSIOR Chairman of the Republican says his reports indicate tne election of Orton and the defeat of The Democrats claim 300 for Dockeryl com plete of Clay county show the foliowing vote for congress man 516 Repub 410 Dockerys majority over en tire Democratic ticket here was de even State Senator Cochrane being was a Republican landslide in this the entire Republican ticket being Tracy beat Heard for con gress in1 this city by 56L county has gone Republican by pluralities ranging from 200 to elec tion in Cooper county was a great vic tory lor the They elected their entire county ticket by a majority of from 300 to New ion the entire Republican ticket is elected by pluralities rang ing from to Republi will the county by i pressman Heard will lose by he is Repub licans elected their entire ticket in Monitean eoaaty except eirouit clerk and one district The entire Bepnbhcaa county ticket Georgias Delegation j A solid Democratic congressional delegsribn elected in this even Wat being Dnnsmore majority of 356 for Cox in this city insures the defeat of An OverturningIn Re publican state ticket was elected by about The congressional del egation is solidly orth fiKAXD latest estimates give a Republican majority in the state of from to Delegation Democratic congressmen were elected in Delegate 1 lyiin Returns from i the major portion of tlie ter ritory make it positive that RepubTcan delegate to will have Iully majority Republicans i rom Republicans swept everything in this city giving Nelson for governor six congressmen and the iplorer to Be N itney explorer and who went into Africa with Stanley and found Emin in a few be mar to Miss Anna daughter of the well known million ire mining man of this Bore Four Indian woman residing in the gave birth Sunday four male children weight being 22 are alive and their combined The doing welL A Teacher Arrested for a leading citizen swore out a warrant r a teacher in the pub lic for using the rod too hemently on one of his Tho case is set for trial A Scene Over the Czars Eulogy Lewakousld a Polish member of the created a scene in that body by insisting that he be given the right to reply to a eulogy upon thelate Czar delivered by Herr Chlu The latter had spoken of czar as the friend and ally of BmperOT Francis Joseph in maintaining peace of Lewakouski waj finally cried down by the yonnSf who shouted at why do you not respect thl dead Blnghamf Brigadta General colonel and tant quartermaster States on duty r of t beeif relieved and ordered to Wa Greene He will bfe succeeded It is believed that deputy quartermaster geoeral1 States The willbe effected about move is General hams retirement from active   

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