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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNB"
BOTH PARTIES WIN
Republicans Carry the City
and County Offices.
BUT LOSE ON THE LEGISLATURE
George' L. Starr and Oae, Perhaps
Two, Other Republicans Get
In Rowe for Marer.
At 1 o'clock this morning the returns
from Mondays election in Mulinomau
Count- were complete with the exception
or about 500 votes, -which were not yot
counted. The result was a Republican vic
tory on nearly every city and county
office, and an almost complete victory
for the Citizen Legislative nominee.
Moody for Congress cornea the county by
Umj; Wolverton for Supreme Judge uy
4aw, and Bailey for Food Commissioner
by 5000 Henry S. Rowe Is elected Major
of Portland by upwards of 1000. Georse
E. Chamberlain, Dem, Is elected District
Attorney by 1003. All the constitutional
amendments were defeated In this county.
The city declared In favor of a I'arJc
Commission. The City Council ifl Repub
lican. The Citizens have elected all four of
their candidates for Senator, by an aver
age plurality of about 1000. Mr. Jnman
receives the highest vote, leading with
763L. Mr. Rose .s low man on the Re
publican ticket, with 5573. Mr. Bates leads
the Repuollcane, with 6193, and comes
within 700 vctee of J. E. Hunt, who has
6704. The social labor candidates polled
about 00 vptes. and the Prohibitionists
nearly the same number. Mr. Sweek.
Fusion candidate for Joint Senator for
Multnomah, Washington and Columbia
Coimtie, defeat Mr. Cornelius, Rep, In
th! county by more than 200, and in the
d'strict by about 705.
The Citizen have evidently elected nine
out of 12 members of the lower houie.
and they have probably landed their 10th
man, although It will require the final
figures to -decide. George L. Story, Rep.
is elected, having received a larger vote
than the eight lowest on the Fusion tick
et. One other Republican appears to be
elected, and perhaps two. "Who it w:ll
be It will probably take the final official
count to determine. Ae the vote standu
et present, George T. Myers is next to
Story, with 6597 votes. He is followed
closely by A. L. Mills, with C592, and E.
E. Mallory, with 65S1. J. C Bayer la
pursuing tuem all closely. Six candi
dates on the. Republican ticket and two
on the Fusion ticket poll between (COO
and 6003 vote, showing the rcmarkablo
closeness of the contest. It la not certain
which Fusion candidates have not been
elected, but Knott and Tarpley are now
the low men, and Orton may get In. but it
will be by a few votes only. Nottingham'
is the high man on the Citizens ticket,
and Kollock low man on the Republican
ticket. A difference of 800 votes only sep
arates them. A. S. Dresser, Rep. for
Joint Representative with Clackamas, has
carried the county by 1400 plurality, and
The highest vote received by any Re
publican on either city or county ticket
was by J. A. Hurlburt for County Sur
veyor, who has more than 9000, and has
defeated his opponent by 4500 votes. J.
P. Kennedy is a close second to Mr.
Hurlburt. T. Scott Brooke has been elect
ed Treasurer over Mr. Hoyt by about
1600, and Captain McDonell. Assessor, by
700. WHIVun Frazler Is Sheriff by 703
In the city, with 500 or more votes to
count. Mr. Rowe has a plurality of nearly
1100 over M-. Storey. Dr. Well Is a very
e'ese third. W. B. Chase is elected City
Engineer-1000 plurality over R. H. Aus
tin. J. M."Long leads the Republican city
ticket, and has defeated Mr. Brewster by
more than 3000 votes.
The Oregonian prints elsewhere a tab
ulated e atement by precincts, showing the
vote of city and county on all candidates.
It contains complete returns from every
precinct In the county outside of the city,
and from all but 11 city precinct?, the lat
ter being uncompleted at 1 o'clock th's
morning. A statement of the totals so
far as made follows:
For Supreme Judge
Wolverton, Rep 8541
Greene. Dem 4745
Bright. Pro 6S7
For Dairy Commissioner
Bailey, Rep .. 8908
Schulmerlch, Dem.-Peo 4170
Kenady, Pro 815
For Congress. Second District
M. A. Moody. Rep 8556
William Smith. Dem 3693
J. E. Simmons, Ind.-Dem 1114
L. Butler 643
Fourth Judicial District.
For Circuit Court
A. F. Sears. Jr., Rep 10.442
M. C. George. Rep .-.. 8278
W. H. Efflngcr. Dem.-Peo 412S
For District Attorney
R. E. Seuall. Rep 62S5
George E. Chamberlain. Dem.-Peo.... 7237
For State Senator
George W. Bates, Rep 6195
S. Farrell, Rep 6153
D. Mackay, Rep 5S12
J. T. Ros. Rep 5573
J. E. Hunt. CIt 6704
R.D. Inman. Clt 7531
F. P. Mays. C1U- 7028
A. C. Smith av-vV-y. 6795
Prohibitionist average ....'. 350
Social Labor average 471.
For Joint Senator
B. P. Cornelius. Rep 5501
Alex Sweek. Fus 5713
F. H. Alliston, Rep 6300
J. C. Bayer. Rep C543
Frank F. Freeman. Rep C742
C. W. Gay. Rep 6503
J. K. Kollock. Rep 6292
E. E. Mallory. Rep C5S1
A. L. Mills". Rep 6592
George T. Myers. Rep 6597
I.. B. Seeley. Rep 6510
George R. Shaw, Rep C330
George L. Story. Rep 6S15
Warren E. Thomas, Rep C308
John Drlscoll. Clt 6711
F". A. Heltkemper. Clt 6912
George W. Holcomb. Clt CSC5
A. J. Knott. Clt 6553
C. W. Nottingham. Clt 7070
G. M. Orton. Clt 6003
O. Schumann. Clt 6763
J. J. Shipley. Clt 6732
H. A. Smith. Cit 6706
L. H Tarpley. Clt 6544
M. E. Thompson. Clt 6S64
D. M. Watson, Clt 6719
Prohibitionists' average 450
For Joint Representative
A. S. Dresser. Rep 58S3
J. T. Milner. Fus 4540
E. W. Bingham. Ind 2673
Parker. Pro 519
For County Commissioner
J. G. Mack. Rep 7320
William Showers. Rep 6773
J. W. Shattuck. Dem 5G9S
L. Wllhelm. Dem 5213
Miller. Pro 733
William Frazler. Rep G014
T. A. Jordan. Ind 1310
John Montag, Dem 4S97
Bird. Ind 4 1711
Keenan. Pro 407
For Clerk of Circuit Court
J. P. Kennedy. Rep 8600
J. Van Zante. Dem 4312
Robb. Pro 5S7
For Clerk of County Court
H H. Holmea Rep 8462
W. D. Wheeler. Dem 47S3
S. C. Beach. Rep 7S04
J E Worth. Dem 4434
Knceland. Pro 594
Tor County Treasurer
T. S. Brooke. Rep , 5540
Charle.i Hirstel. Dem.,.,,,,,.,,,, 2743
R. W. Hoyt. Ind 4327
Crozler. Pro 453
For County Assessor
C. K. McDpnell, Rep,,, . S3
H. B. Compson, Dem 2363
R. S. Greenleaf. Ind 4707
Johnson, Pro v 373
For School Superintendent
R. F. Robinson. Rep., 8377
C. W. Durrette. Dem 6003
For County Surveyor
J. A. Hurlburt Rep 3103
R. C. Bonier, Dem 4620
For County -Cor oner
D. H. Rand. Rep 64C5
J. W. Morrow. Dtxn 5115
Amos. Pro 723
For Justice of the Peace, Portland DIs- i
Otto Kraemer. Rep 505
Frank Schlegel, Dem 23S0
Thomas McNaroee. Rep 27S2
Robert Brady, Dem 1876
S. Simmons. Ind , 1297
O. H. Crabb. Ind 403
Malarkey, Ind 757
East Side District.
For Justice of the Peace
T. W. Vreeland. Rep 2337
Lawrence ConnelL Dem 2021
Cox. Rep 2276
De Boest. Dem , 1&21
Cheever. Ind 185
Bullman, Ind 195
H. S. Rowe. Rep 4691
G. M. Wells. Dem 3561
W. A. Storey, Ind 3G18
McKercher, Pro 357
Kafka. Soc-Lab 15
T. C. Devlin. Rep 6455
E. C. Puotzman. dem 4391
Klrkland. Pro 423
For City Treasurer
J. E. Werleln. Rep 6975
T. T. Struble. Dem 4990
Posson, Pro 500
For City Attorney
J. M. Long Rep 75S4
W. L. Brewster, Dem 4462
For Municipal Judge
G. J. Cameron, Rep 6730
R, W. Thompson. Dem 5233
For City Engineer
W. B. Chase. Rep 4606
O. H. Bellinger. Dem 377
R. JL Austin. Ind 3636
Buchanan, Pro 252
Ward No. 1
O. J. Groce. Rep 228
P. G. Nealond, Dem 280
Ward No. 2
R. L. Glisan. Rep 803
Joseph Bergman. Dem 213
Burke, Pro 32
Ward No. 3
W. F. Burrell. Rep M
George D. Dunning, Dem 183
F. T. Merrill, Ind 39S
J. D. Meyer. Ind.-Rep 196
Ward No. 4
W. T. Branch. Rep 958
Joseph Jones-, Dem 469
Ward No. 3
F. H. Mulkey. Rep 743
James W. McGinn. Dem 448
Miller. Pro 110
Ward No. C
W. Y. Masters. Rep 5SS
Peter Taylor. Dem 536
Ward No. 7
A, C. Lohmire. Rep 213
E. C. Bronaugh, Dem 246
Ward No. S
J. R. Stoddard. Rep 426
D. H. Sherrett, Dem...-. 561
Oberlin. Pro . 92
Ward No. 9
William Schmeer, Rep 876
F. B. Holbrook, Dem 895
Field, Pro 64
Ward No. 10
A. F. Nichols..Rep 664
G. S. Lewis, Dem 515
Turner. Pro IS)
Ward No. 11
F. P. Walker. Rep 43$
A. F. Flegel, Dem 401
For Pnrlc Commission.
Republicans Have Six, and May Get
The political make-up of the next Coun
cil, so far as can now be determined, will
be: Republicans. 6: Democrats, 3; Fusion.
1: Independent. 1. The Republicans will
surely have six. ann they may get Schmeer
In the Ninth, as he Is only a few votes
behind Holbrook. The personnel of the
Council will be:
Republicans R. L. Glisan. Second: W.
T. Branch. Fourth: Fred W. Mulk
Fifth: W. Y. Masters. Sixth: A. F. Nlcn
ol. Tenth: F. P. Walker. Eleventh.
Democrats P. G. Nealond. First; D. T.
Sherrett, Eighth: F. B. Holbrook, Ninth
Fusion E. C. Bronaugh. Seventh L
Independent Fred T. Merrill. Third L
The First Ward, with the 2d precinct
Incomplete, gives the following result:
First Precinct 124 134
Second Precinct 104 146
Total 22S 2S0
Glisan. Rep. is elected In the Second
Ward. He received more than twice as
many votes eo both his opponents com
bined. The vote of the ward, with the
4th precinct unfinished. Is:
Bergman. Burke. Gllxan.
Dem. Pro. Rep.
Third Precinct ... 80 10 126
Fourth Prrclnct 63 0 1C9
Fifth Precinct .... 81 12 162
S'xth Precinct .... 49 3 174
Seventh Precinct .40 7 173
Total 313 32 "iw
Fred T. Merrill, Independent, carried the
Third Ward. The count, with only the
11th precinct complete, shows:
8 9 10 11 Total.
Burrell. Rep 42 70 56 96 2C4
Dunning. Dem TO 67 2S 38 183
Merrill. Ind 130 104 10S 46 39S
Myer. IntL-Rep 39 13 25 S3 195
Mr. Merrill made a canvass of the pre
cincts early th's morning, .and got the fol
lowing totals: Merrill 43S. Burrell 293,
Dunning 217, Meyer 222.
Branch, Rep, distanced Jones, Dem, In
the Fourth. The count, with the 17th pre
cinct unfinished, ehows:
Twelfth Precinct 12a 63
Thirteenth Precinct 152 97
Fourteenth Precinct 175 79
Fifteenth Precinct 1SS 81
Sixteenth Precinct 10S 93
Seventeenth Precinct 123 33
Eighteenth Precinct 87 18
Total 95S 463
Fred W. Mulkey. Rep. Is elected in the
Fifth Ward by a big vote. The count,
complete with the exception of the 19th
McGinn. Mrier. Mulkey,
. . Dem. Pro. Rep.
19th Precinct 120 4 93
20th Precinct 12 9 S9
21st Precinct 82 7 94
22d Precinct SS 8 152
23d Precinct 55 10 163
24th Precinct 91 72 135
Total 443 110 743
The Sixth ward, complete, gives Mars
ters. Rep, 2 majority over Taylor. Dem.
The vote In detail is:
25th Precinct 25 88
26th Precinct 1S3 9S
27th Precinct 54 19
2Sth Precinct 10G 134
29th Precinct 83 107
30th Precinct 76 90
Total .......53S 5S6
E. C Bronaugh. Fus, has 33 majority
over A. C Lohmire, Rep, in the Seventh
Ward. The complete vote Is:
s . Brona.ugh Lohmire,
31stTrecinct .202 134
33d Precinct 44 73
Total T2 m
D. T. Sherett, Dem, has defeated J. R.
Stoddard, Rep, in the Eighth. The vote,
with the 37th precinct incomplete, follows.
Overlln Sherrett, dard.
Pro. Dem. Rep.
23d Precinct 8 95 43
34th Precinct 14 150 7
35th Precinct 22 169 139
36th Precinct 16 60 62
37th Precinct 32 90 100
Total 92 664 426
F. B. Holbrook, Dem, has apparently
defeated William Schmeer, Rep, In the
Ninth. The vote with th SSth iM ami
44th precincts incomplete, gives Holbrook
is plurality, in detail, it is:
Field, Holbrook. Schmeer,
,.... . Pro- Bm- Re?-
3Sth Precinct ..0 112 100
39th Precinct ..15 85 1S6
40th Precinct ..29 132 127
'1st Precinct ..0 172 J52
THE LATE STEPHEN CRANE.
THE YOUXG AMERICAS NOVELIST,
42d Precinct .
43d Precinct .
Total 64 895 876
The Tenth Ward, complete, shows the
election of A. F. Nichols, Rep. The vote:
128 . IS
45th Precinct .. 86
46th Precinct -.134
47th Precinct .. 88
48th Precinct ..102
49th Precinct ..105
Total 515 664 120
The Eleventh, complete, gives F. P.
Walker. Rep, 37 over A. F. Flegel, Dem.
E3d Precinct .
MULTJfOMAn JUSTICE DISTRICT.
Republicans Elect the Justice and
In Multnomah Justice district, Harlow.
Rep, Is elected Justice by 390 majority
over Hale. Dem, and Mcnzie, Rep, is
olectod Constable by 2S3 majority over
Lang, Dem. The vote In detail follows:
57 Mount Tabor
SSjSouth Mount Tabor.
Bridal Veil ...
7SiMount Zion ...
In London's Streets.
LONDON, June 5. England has been
celebrating -tonight the fall of Pretoria
much as she did the relief of Mafeklng.
Drunkenness has been a trifle less than
when Baden-Powell was the hero of the
moment, but In London and In other large
towns the scenes last evening were prac
tically a repetition of those which marked
the other victories, and long after mid
night uproarious yelling, the tooting of
horns and discordant chants ascended
from city streets usually at such an hour
as pllent as the grave.
During the evening, processions marched
along the Strand. Piccadilly and other
leading thoroughfares. In fact, eo great
was the crufh that the easiest method of
locomotion was to Join one of the proces
sions, for whose strident choruses and
waving flags all traffic was stopped.
Coaches and cabs were freely chartered
In honor of the joyful occasion, and these
were soon o packed with Invited and un
invited guests that they assumed the as
pect of living pyramids of bacchanalians.
Babies In arms, white-haired women, girls
of the street, clubmen in evening dress.
and Whltechapel costcrmongers Intermin
gled In the flaring thoroughfares, bent
upon celebrating the victory. In the faces
of all were continually thrust 'huge pea
cock feathers, described for no known
reason as "Kruger's persuaders." Girls
were Indiscriminately kissed, jostled and
tossed around amid the ecstatic jubila
tion of the crowd. As the night grew
older, rowdyism of the worst form held
sway. From, almost every barroom came
Founds of Inebriate attempts to sing "God
save the 9ueen" pd "Rule Britannia,"
THE'WAR IS NOW ON
Admiral Kempff Reports That
Fighting Has Commenced.
MORE AMERICAN MARINES LANDED
Russian Troops Ordered From Port
Arthur China Determined to Re
sist Foreign Interference.
WASHINGTON, June 5. The Secretary
of the Navy received the following cable
gram from Admiral Kempff, commanding
the Newark, lying at Taku forts at the
mouth of the Pel Ho River, dated Taku,
WHO DIED AT BADEXWEILER,
"Engagement has commenced. Have
landed a force of 50 seamen more . . .
battalion of marines. KEMPFF."
The break In the Admiral' cablegram is
caused by an illegible group of. figures.
Regarded In one light. It would seem that
' the Newark has landed 50 sailors to reln-
1 force the marines already ashore, and In
another aspect the gap might be read to
state that 50 sailors had been landed
with another battalion of marines. How-
, ever that may be, the Admiral's news Is
regaraea as or the utmost gravity, sec
retary Long has cabled him to send his
mencages hereafter In plain Englleh. In
order to avoid further mlsunderstand'nijs
and delas In transmitting the cipher.
The State DeDartment has received a ca-
blegram from Minister Conger, at Peking.
stating that matters have taken a niuu1
more serious turn there. No details are
given, but It Is Indicated that the Boxers"
activity Is extending very close to the Chi
nese capital. At the Cabinet meetlne to
day. Secretary Hay read the cablegram
from Minister Conger. The Minister wli
be given wide discretion In dealing with
these new conditions.
RUSSIA MAKES A MOVE.
Troops Oredered From Port Arthur
LONDON. June 6. The Dally Express
has a dispatch from Shanghai, dated
Tuesday, which says:
"Russian troops have been ordered from
Port Arthur to the neighborhood of Pe
king to punish the Boxers for killing two
Cossacks and wounding two."
A dispatch to the Dai.y Mall from Tlen
Tsln, dated June 4. says:
"The situation Is very serious. The
Boxers are approaching Tien-Tsin on all
The Shanghai correspondent of the Dally
Mall, telegraphing yesterday, says:
"The Boxers are within three miles of
Tlen-Tsln. In addition to the marines,
the defensive force Includes volunteers
under the command of Major HIggs. late
of the Sixteenth Lancers. The to'wn Is
practically under arms."
The Berlin correspondent of the Dally
"The powers are now exchanging dls-
patches regarding the appointment of a
pean and American squadrons."
CHINESE TROOPS USELESS.
Many Have Deserted snd Joined the
TIEN-TSIN. June 5. A representative
of the Associated Press visited Huang
Tsun, on the Peklng-Tlen-Tsln Railway,
today and found that the station and
two bridges had been burned. The officer
commanding the Chinese troops there said
200 of his men bolted and only 60 re
mained. These fought well, killing a num
ber of Boxers. The bolting iroops were
badly cut up In the adjacent broken coun
try. It Is stated that 60 were killed or
wounded. Some of their bod!cs were mu
tilated frightfully. Bands of Boxers are
patrolling the neighborhood, but have not
interfered with the party of Associated
Press representatives. All the Chinese
railway pmployes are deserting their posts
and the troops sent to guard the stations
appear to be worss than useless. A
guard of 250 men sent to Feng Tal bolted
at Lu Kou Chao yesterday morn'ng when
they heard of the trouble at Huang-Tsun.
Germans See Cnuse For Alarm.
BERLIN. June 5. The latest news re
garding the Boxers that has reached here,
both by private and official telegrams. In
dicates that the situation Is black and
alarming. The German Foreign Offlce
considers an encounter between the Box
ers and Russians an event fraught with
the greatest danger. News has also
reached here that several German and
Catholic missions in the Province of Shantung-
have been pillaged by mobs sup
posed to have been Incited by the Box
Situation nt Tlen-Tsln.
TIEN-TSIN. June 5, v!a Shanghai Last
night passed quietly, but Ti;n-Tiln Is In
an excited state this morning. About 200
more foreign troops are expected here to
day. Trains cannot get through to Peking
on account of burned bridges.
Oklahoma Democrats Split.
EL RENO, Or T.. June 5. The Demo-
cratic Territorial Convention, which met
here today to nominate delegates to the
Kensas City convention, was a riotous af
fair, the former appointee of Hie Cleve
land administration attempting to rule the
convention, and a bolt following. Both
factions nominated delegates. Both con
ventions Indorsed the Chicago platfovm.
ANOTHER MISSIONARY KILLED.
Chinese Soldier Forbidden to Fire
Upon the Boxers.
LONDON, June 6. Tne Peking corre
cpondent of the Times, telegraphing Tues
Mr. Norman, a missionary of the So
ciety for the Propagation of the Gospel,
was cruelly murdered at Yung Ching. June,
2. The Viceroy of Pe Chi Li has officially
notified the fact to the British Minister.
The murder was undoubtedly due to the
complicity of the Chinese Government in
the disturbances caused by the Boxers.
A secret' edict. Issued two days ago, for
bade the soldiers to fire upon the Boxers.
The soldiers who were killed at Huang
Tsun offered no resistance and were sim
ply guarding the railway.
It Is lndisputab.e that the chief support
ers of the Boxers Include Prince Tuan,
the father, and Hsu Tung, the guardian,
of the heir apparent, as weii as Tung
Fun Slan. the General commanding the
hordes of Kan Su soldiers who have long
menaced the safetj of foreigners in Pe
It Is Imperatively necessarr that the
Tlen-Tsln Railway should be immediately
patrolled by British guards. Tien-Tsin
Itself Is apparently quiet, but there la
much suppressed excitement.
THE EMPRESS' ORDERS.
Troops to Oppose the Further Land
ing of Forelsm Marines.
SHANGHAI, Monday. The Shanghai
Gazette says 1 has the highest author
ity for stating that the Dowager Em
press has ordered the Tsung-U-Yamen
to face all Europe rather than t6 In
terfere with the Boxers' movement. Else
where It Is asserted that the Viceroy
has ordered troops to oppose the fur
ther landing of parties from foreign war
ships, and that troops now engaged In
operations are designed to prevent fur
ther reinforcements reaching Peking.
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburg Had the Best of Philadel
phia Until the Eighth.
PHILADELPHIA, June 5. It looked
Hko Pittsburg's game until the eighth,
when Cross made a home run with two
men on bases. Attendance 4155. The score:
R H E; R H E
Pittsburg 5 6 1, Philadelphia ...6 12 2
Batteries Chesbro and O'Connor? Bern
hard, McFarland and Douglas.
Umpire Hurst. ,
BrooUlyn Beat Chicago.
BROOKLYN, June 5. Klllen had Brook
lyn shut out for seven Innings today and
then weakened. Attendance -1SO0. The
R H EJ H H E
Brooklyn 5 9 3Chlcago 4 11 1
Batteries McGlnnlty, Kltson and Far
roll; McGulre. Klllen and Donahue.
Cincinnati Beat New York..
NEW YORK, June 5. The game was un
interesting today. Attendance 1900. The
New York 8 9 8ICinc!nnatl .
Batteries Carrlck and Grady;
..14 15 4
Boston Beat St. Louis.
BOSTON, June 5. Today's game was a
slugging match. Attendance 3500. Th
Boston 15 15 35t. Louis 11 14
Batteries Plttlnger, Lewis and Clark;
Jone?, Thomas and Criger.
The American League.
At Kansas City Kansas City 10.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 2, Detroit 3.
At Chicago Cleveland 1, Chicago 0.
THE DAY'S RACES.
Jean Beraud Won the Brooklyn Han
dicap nt Crai eend.
NEW YORK. June 5. Jean Beraud and
Imp measured strides in the Brookdale
handicap today at Gravesend, and Jean
won after a stlrrinc struggle from start
to finish. The results:
Five furlongs Trumpet won, Kensington
second. Oliver Mac th.rd; time, 1:10 2-5.
Mile and a sixteenth Merito won, James
second. Toddy third; time, 1:4S 2-5.
Five furlongs Watercolor won, Cressona
second. Competitor third; time, 1:02.
The Brookdale, mile and an eighth
Jean Beraud won. Imp second, Charentus
third; time, 1:54 1-5.
Races at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, June 5. The results at the
Five furlongs Joe Frey won, Isabel sec
ond. Wild Pirate third; time. 1:01.
Six furlongs Tenole won. Aunt Maggie
second: Roy Baker third; time. 1:1514.
Mile and 70 yards Capron won, Zaka
second. Rushflclds third; time, 1:46.
Six furlongs The Sprite won, Majdlne
second, Morris Volmer third; time, 1:13 3-5.
Effect of Presidential Campaign.
New York Cor. Philadelphia Public Ledger.
For several weeks business men all over
the country have been considering the
probable effect of the political campaign
on the markets, with a view of arranging
their affairs so as to be prepared for any
resulting disturbance to values. Several
business houses here hare even taken the
pains to obtain from their correspondents
in other parts of the country Information
as to the probable effect of the campaign.
The substance of the information thus ob
tained has been put Into the hands of your
correspondent. In view, of the high stand
ing of the firms and banks giving the In
formation, the result Is exceedingly valu
able and Interesting. The consensus of
opinion Is: First, that there has been some
reaction in business, caused, chiefly by
overbuying, overproduction, and a very
uncertain and unseasonable spring; second,
that business Is nevertheless In a very
prosperous, and, on the whole, most satis
factory condition, especially In the South
and West; third, that the reaction that
has taken place will have but little effect
on the coming election: rourth, that the
election itself will be a leas disturbing fac
tor than usual, because of the practical
certainty that McKInley and Bryan will
be the opposing candidates, with the result
of the 1896 contest repeated.
You ought to see
fVItli Teas, -
Great Eaiten Inning Tea Ci
223 First Street. Portland.
320 "Wnshina-ton Street, Portland.
115 Grand Avenue, E. Portland.
NEW YORK DEMOCRATS REPUDI
ATED CHICAGO rtATFOKM.
But -Will Support That Adopted at
Kansas City Resolutions Call for
the Nomination of Bryan.
NEW YORIC June 5. The Democratic
State Convention today elected these
delegates-at-large to the National Demo
cratic Convention: David B. HU1, Richard
Croker, Edward R. Murphy and Augustus
Van Wyck. Alternates, Frank Campbell,
Jacob Ruppert, Jr.. C. Morgan Saniord,
and James Shcvlln. Electors-at-large,
Frederick Cook, of Rochester; Robert C 1
Titus, of Buffalo.
The platform adopted contains no re
affirmation of the Chicago platform of 1S96,
but a declaration that the party In the
state, will support the platform of the
Kansas City convention. The platform de
clares against war taxes In time of peace,
declares for parity of gold and silver as
currency, demands abolition of all customs
and tariff duties between Porto Rico and
the United States; condemns trusts and
monopolies and entangling alliances; de
mands just and liberal pension laws, and
elections of "United States Senators by the J
people, and favors the nomination of W-
The convention gave promise of being
very stormy, but ended quietly. The par
ticular feature of the convention was the
domination of affairs by ex-Senator D. B,
Hill. The silver men profess to be satisfied
with the result.
WRANGLE OVER CREDENTIALS.
Fio-ht In the Missouri State Demo
KANSAS CITY, June 5. A protracted
wrangle in the credentials committee over
10 contesting delegations from St. Louis
and three from Kansas City blocked the
deliberations of the Missouri State Demo
cratic Convention, that met here today
to name a full state ticket. In both In
stances It Is a contest between police ma
chine factions. The indications tonight
fMn nnd nntl-TTtnrVilrw fnptlnns. Th In
dications toiilght are that the anti-ma- .
chine men will win a majority of the
seats. The committee will probably re
main in session all night. The conven
tion is made up of 123 delegates, and a
like number of alternates.
The convention was called to order
shortly before noon by S. B. Cook, the
state chairman, who Introduced Congress
man Cowherd, of Kansas City, as tem
porary chairman. He arraigned the ex
pansion policy of the Republican party
In the most scathing terms. He said:
"We began the war with Spain with th
solemn pledge to all the world that we
disclaimed any disposition to exercise
sovereignty or control over the Island of
Cuba except for Its pacification, and that
we would leave the government and con
trol of the Island to Its own people. For
two years now we have held It under
military rule, we have levied and col
lected taxes and spent the money as w
pleased. During 1S99 we collected In taxes
from the Impoverished and war-ridden
people of that little Island more than
$16,000,000, and spent, aside from expenses
charged to municipalities, more, than 312,-
"If you would Judge how economical
such an administration has been, you hava
but to remember that Cuba is hardly an
large as an average Congressional dis
trict In Missouri and that the total ex
penses of our state government last year
was less than $2,000,000."
He then went on to show what he called
unnecessary extravagance In the matter
of salaries for Cubar. office-holders, add
ing: "But. as though this was not shame
enotlgh, we And a useful and practical
politician exportea from Indiana, who. It
Is admitted, has stolen 5105,000 In the last
IS months, and probably when the sale
of stamps unaccounted for :s audited, has
pocketed a cool 5500,000. It Is the first and
legitimate fruit of a colonial policy and
a subject people."
Chairman Cowherd's remarks were
warmly applauded. The usual committees
were then named, and. after passing a
resolution thanking Congress and Sen
ators Vest and Cockrell for the passage
of the St. Louis fair bill, the convention
DEMOCRACY OF MARYLAND.
An Unlnstructed Delegation Sent to
BALTIMORE, Md June 5. The Dem
ocrats of Maryland, in the state con
vention held here today, selected a dele
gation to Kansas City, and adopted a pfe
form which leaves the delegates unm
structed, but declares that Bryan is the
choice- of the Democrats of Maryland.
Imperialism Is condemned, a large stand
ing army deplored, and It is suggested that
Democrats everywhere lay aside their dif
ferences on the currency question and
unite in an effort to stay the overwhelm
ing progress of radical errors in regard
to the nature of our Government inaug
urated by McKinley and the Republican
Since May 1 last year there has been an
Increase of $164,700,000 gold certificates In
circulation and a decrease of $34,500,000 In
gold coin In circulation. National bank
notes have increased $41,100,000. There
have been increases in other varieties of
money, silver and paper, so that the cir
culation as a whole has been Increased In
volume during the year by over $126,600.-
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000, amounting altogether May 1, to $2,060,- '
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Creating One Accepted
The City -of Portland nnoted. 4518 to 2038,
to give the control of its) parks to a Park
Commission. The act of February 17, 1S99,
was accepted by a majority o 2482. The
vote in detail,. so far as-oreported, follows:
1 First Ward
2 First Ward .,.
3 Second Ward.
4 Second Word
5 Second Ward
6 Second Ward
7 Second Ward
8 Third Ward. 140
9 Third Ward 146
10 Third Word -.
11 Third Ward . 165
12 Fourth Ward 4 107
13 Fourth Ward . 13S
14 Fourth Ward 155
15 Fourth Ward 1S9
16 Fourth Ward 124
17 Fourth Ward -.
18 Fourth Ward
19 Fifth Ward . -
20 Fifth Ward - 87
21 Fifth Ward 93
22 Fifth Ward -.
23 Fifth Ward - 150
24 Fifth Ward
25 Slxth.Ward - 114
26 Sixth Ward 42
27 Sixth Ward -
2S Sixth Ward 133
2-Slxth Ward 87
30 Sixth Ward SO
31 Seventh Ward 167
32 Seventh Ward 33
33 Eighth Ward - 58
34 Eighth Word 109
35 Eighth Ward
36 Eighth Ward 68
37 Eighth Ward
3S Ninth Ward
39 Ninth "Ward 174
40 Ninth Ward 161
41 Ninth Ward
,2 Ninth Ward
43 Ninth Ward 98
44 Ninth Ward 129
45 Tenth Ward 59
46 Tenth Ward
47 Tenth Ward 107
4S Tenth Word 143
49 Tenth Word 13S
50 Eleventh Ward 113
1 ox .ueveniu wu.ru ............... 10
l 52 T7.wfnth "Wnrrl 88
53 Eleventh Ward 54
54 Eleventh Ward 49
Total 4518 2C36
Arrested "for Larceny.
W. G. Astrup, a peanut butcher on the
local trains, was arrested yesterday for
stealing a ladles' gold watch upon the,
complaint of Mary Johnson, a colored
woman from Pendleton. While absent
from her room at the Quimby Hotel.
Astrup made way with her watch, whicn
ho sold at a North End pawnshop. De
tectives Day and Welner were put on the
case when the loss was reported, ana
traced the theft to Astrup, who is now
lodged in the city jail on a charge of lar
ceny from a dwelling.
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