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OHIO AND KENTUCKY
SHOW BIG MAJORITIES
AlcLean Defeated by Alore Than 40,000 and
Goebel by 15,000 Everything Swept by
Republicans-Entire Ticket Elected. 1
BUT NEBRASKA IS LEFT TO BRYAN
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Maryland Goes Back to the Old Allegiance and Virginia,
too, Is Supposed to Be Democratic by the
county treasurer a. plurality or jr,7 arid The Poet, democratic, which hu op-
tho republican candidate for sheriff posed (iW, claim Taylor'a election
l""- by J0.0OO.
The Htundard voting mahlne waa
uned In thla rtty, and the reault waa NEBRASKA.
known 17 minute after th r.iu' OMAHA, Nov. 7. Itoturna from 7
cloned. ' preclncti In Nebranka outalde Douf
NEW YOHK. Nov. 7.-In th 3 a- lft" county lve IIolf:om,. fuelon, J.701;
a-mbly dlatricta outalde of thla cltv rePubll''', 8,34. Twenty-two
which have r-rKrtl, 33 republicana ',m:,'M', out total of 101 In Doua;
an1 three democrat were elected-a Ia count5r Kv Holcomb 1,03; Ve,
dem'K-ratlc loea of four.
ROCHESTER, N. T Nov. 7.-Roch. LINC'OLN, Neb.. Nov. 7.-Flve pre
catr comploui give Carnahan re- clnct" omPlwa In the city of Lincoln
publican, :,3J3 plnralKy for mayor, j "how ' fu'lon ahl of M-
UT1CA, N. Y.. Nov. 7.-H. W. Bher. 'A"' J"v- 7.-Hovonteeti pre-
man, democrat, la elected mavor f i clnct out ot 78 Omaha give Hoi
Utlca by 87.
comb, fualon, for aupreme luSgt, L702;
BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. 7.-Returna Rw' rPubu. !.
received from M of the log district In I LINCOLN, Neb. Nov. 7. Returns up
COLUMIH'S ()., Nov. 7. After 11 p. rn. the returns
hhowt'd tlnittlic demwratic j;uins in Cincinnati and other
cities ucro reduced and that McLenu was likely third ot Cleve
land nnd possibly at Tolodo, in which cities Jones drew much
more heavily from the democrats than from the republicans.
At the name time the republican net gains outside of Cincin
nati, Cleveland and Toledo, were increasing at such a rate as
to indicate a plurality of from 80,000 to 40,000 for Judge
Nash for governor and the entire republican state ticket, in
cluding a majority of the legislature.
LOUISVILLE, Nov. 7. By the combined (Torts of the
republicans and anti-Goebelites, Attorney -General W. S. Tay
lor, republican, has been elected governor of Kentucky by a
majority variously estimated at from 7,000 to 15,000 over
Returns received up to midnight also indicate the elec
tion of the entire republican ticket, while the complexion of
the lrgMnttire is in doubt.
i no auminiMi-ation lum been upheld.) CINCINNATI, Nov. 7. Twenty pre-
Tlie American pooplo have repudiated rlnrls outside Cincinnati, Cleveland
the policy .if cowardly r-treat offei'd
the city Indicate a landallde for thei to m'dntghi contlntM to ahow the aame
republlcana. fuaion Rain aa earlier reported and
8 IT RA CUBE, N. Y., Nov. 7. Mayor' thr no longer the leaat doubt of
McOulre. democrat, carrle4 the city byj lne fualon ticket's election. Chairman
nearly 2,000. I Edmltiun of. the populist state central
NEW YORK, Nov. 7. Three election Pfmmlttee aald: "We have carried the
dlatricta In the Nineteenth aiwembly "uto bv 15 0no " Aaked at midnight for
dlatrlct give Mdzet, republican, 361; atatement. W. J. Bryan replied with
Stewart, democrat, 40J. 1 laughter: "I concede the state of Ne-
NEW YORK. Nov. 7.-In Klnga' braika to the funionliiU by 15,00."
county, Brooklyn, Howe, republican Is LIN'COLN, Neb., Nov. 7. U p. m. It
probably elected register over Orey,'' eT'dent to both partlen that Nebras-
democrat, who figured unfavorably be-j k'na tpledKed hV allegiance to the
fore the Mazet committee. ' fusion standard. While the republicans
The republicans concede the rest of' not yti willing to admit defeat.
the ticket In the coumy to the dem-! y ',l,e, P0"1 tbat '"aj"- If the
ocrata. j present ratio is maintained ex-Governor
NEW YORK, Nov. 7 Tammany! Holcomb and the fusion state ticket
clalma the election of Its entire county, w1" eIectl by than 10.000.
ticket by 0,000 and be defeat of JiM-'rhe fualonlsts claim much more,
aemblyman Mazet by 600. J OMAHA, Nov. 7. One hundred and
OSWEGO, N. Y., Nov. 7. Albert Blxtjr',hPee P1"'11 ' Nebraska out
Hall, democrat. Is elected mayor byj sld of DouR1" county give Holcomb
about 200 majority. j fualon, 17.510; Reese, republican, 17.269.
NEW YORK, Nov. 7. Richard! At :30 p. m. the World-Herald, dem-
Croker claims 34 of the J7 assembly i ocrat,c- wtimates on a basis of 80 pre
General White Trying to Re
deem His Reputation.
PUNISHING HIS BOER ENEMY
English Cavalry Said to Have
Almost Annihilated i Large
Force of Borders.
We will retain the Tlill-
M Klnley will be
Largest and Best Equipped
Offices In the Northwest
Bent Work ot our Price Because
We Hove iHe LnrgeHt Volwtne
Of Dontol Work In Portland.
Ik st Crown and Iiridiie Work. 22 karat said
per tooth 4.40
Het Teeth, fully ouarHiitced rubber $.(H
Ileat Uold,FiUinK $1.(M) up
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We employ only the moat modern methods
nnd guarantee eatlefactlon
Take olevator od WaslnnKton street, nonr Fourth. auJ aek tor the
Portland Dental Tarlora, Top Floor.
'Phono Ortgon, Brown 40.1. Columbia bGq
Tlw rhl.-f Itattle-grituiid wan Ohio.
Here thi republicans had to face nut
only 11 nnltnl ilfm-vratlc nurtv. not
only the usual democratic tendency of
that Mate in an "off" year but It had
to fight a republican a-overnor who
gave active aid to the anemy. Yet do
aplte thiie odds the republlcana have
mlled up a Wg majority.
Contmry u all prvoedeiita thre la a
Inmllile In New York state to the
parly that is In control at WoshlnRton.
The vote in Maryland shows that
that state ha tvtunwM to Its normal
political condition okkIsUkI by a repub
lican oenator. Nebraska Is the only
mate wherein the autl-expanMlonlHtit
can find any real comfort. The result
there cements Bryan'a hold upon the
domocratlo nomination. :$
The republican victory In Kentucky la
largely due to the unpopularity of the
democratic candidate for governor but
the heavy plurality for the republlcana
Indicates an expansion switlment.
The Atkinsons of Boston are without
honor In their own state. Massachus
etts la heavily republican. In Fhelan'a
re-election as mayor of San Francisco
republlcana can rejoice aa well as hla
own party associates. He Is a worthy
Tha returns are eminently satisfac
tory from a republican standpoint.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7. There are
3,078 voting precincts In Ohio.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7. Precinct Q,
Twemty-thlrd ward, gives Nash, re.
publican, for governor, 231; McLean,
democrat, 114; Jones, Independent, 86.
and Toledo give Nash, republican,
2.072; MrLeani democrat, 1.607; Jones.
Independent. 229. The same precincts
In 1897 gave Rushnell, republican, 2,073;
Chapman, democrat, 1,771.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 7.-The few
scattering returns from Ohio show
that Jones la getting about one-twelfth
of thd total vote, and this is coming
largely from the republicans.
TOLEDO, Nov. 7. Three precincts
In Toledo give Jones 379; Nash, 205;
McLean, 1S6. These precincts gave
Jones 4S7 last spring.
CLEVELAND. O.. Nov. 7.-Unofrt-clal
returns from two precincts give
Jonvs more votes than Nash and Mc
CINCINNATI. Nov. 7. One hundred
clnts outside of Douglas county, which
In 1898 gave the fusion 7,888; republican
t.001. The same preclnts thla year give
the fusion 8,801; republican 8,821 On
this basis the fusion majority In the
state would be 13,151.
IN OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA TOO
LINCOLN, Neb. Nov. 8. W. J.Bryan
gave out this statement at 1 o'clock
this morning: "The campaign In Ne
braska was fought on national -Issues
and the result is a protest against the
! policy of the administration."
districts in the boroughs of Manhat
tan and Brox a democratic gain of
ELMIRA, N. Y.. Nov. 7.-Indlcatlon
point to a republican landslide In
Chemung county, the home of ex-Senator
ALBANY. N. Y.. Nov. 7. It Is given!
out at democratlo , headquarters that
the republican, ticket, headed by Bless-1
Ing for mayor, has ten elected. This!
is a republican victory, the first Inj
NEW YORK. Nov. 7. The Nine.
t?enth as-embly district complete gives'
Maa?t. republican, 4,271; Stewart, dem- MARYLAND,
ocrat. 4,(W7. j BALTIMORE, Nov. 7. Thirteen
NEW YORK. Nov. 7. Eleven dis-' leo:ion Precincts out of 30 In Baltl
rlcts In the Eleventh assembly dIs-!mor? Sve Smith, democrat, for gov
trict give Mazet, republican. 1.455; ,' crnor I-06S; Lowk. republican.
Stewart, democrat, 1369.
vrw v.-r.i- v... - .. ti... ' Baltimore city by 7.300 to 8,000
republicans will have about the mej rity
majority In the next assembly as In the 1 BALTIMORE, Nov. 7.-The chair
last. The democrats suffered grave re-! man of the republican state committee
versos In Erie county, (Buffalo) and at 10 P1 m- Emitted th e'ion of
Chemung county, the home of ex-Sena-! Smlth- democrat, for governor, by 10,
tor Hill. In the city elections of the'000 or more naJority
state, the democratic vote showx great' BALTIMORE, Nov. 7.-Incomplete
falling off. Buffalo, Trey and Albany j returns from the city of Baltimore and
gave largi- republican majorities, a
complete overturn. McOulre (demo
crat) was re-elected mayor of Syracuse.
(Continued on page 4.)
LONDON, Nov. 8. Evidently mora
detailed reports of General White's 6V
Inga a Ladysmlth must be received be
fore the public will be able to form
a clear Idea of what was happened.
Reports frjm various sources ahow
that another important reconnoisance
or engagement occurred Saturday to
the south of Ladysmlth and a Cape
Town newapaper reports that 2,000
Boers were captured there.
The Dally Telegraph publishes tha
following dispatch from PietermarK
burg dated Saturday evening:
"Widespread rumors of both Dutch
and native origin have been current
alnce yesterday that during a recon
noisance from Ladysmlth northward
the British troops engaged the enemy.
It Is said that a Lyddite battery drove
the Boers Into a valley where the Brit
ish cavalry charged through . them.
The Boer loesee are said to have
reached 1.000. tlu; British tosses only
WHITE ON THE AGGRESSIVE.
Succession of Brilliant Movements by
the English Commander Against
LONDON, Nov. 7.-Tonlghfs wel
come despatches from the front have
rent the veil of gloom enveloping Lady
smith, showing1 the British garrison not
merely standing on a dogged defensive,
but executing a series of brilliant sor
ties. General White sent a strong force
of cavalry and infantry to attack the
Boers at Tathanf'e farm about 10 miles
to the northwest, and apparently
achieved a surprlite, the Boers being
caught in the op.-n and cut to pieces,
and their camp captured.
Encouraged by this success, General
White decided to risk an even more
Important engagement on the following
day which was again Justified by suc
cess. Ladysmlth has been Isolated and the
Boer force has Intercepted the railway
between Ladysmlth and Colenso. Tills
force on Friday had descended upon
Colenso and had compelled the hurried
(Continued on page 1)
Cincinnati show a total vote of 36,149,
ot which McLean has a plurality of
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7.-One hun
rded precincts out side of Cincinnati,
Cleveland and Toledo give Nash 10,979;
McLean, 10.801; Jones, 1.542.
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 7.-Chairman
Seward, figuring on the returns of 40
preclnts outside of Hamilton, Cuya
hoga and Lucan counties, claims Mc
Lean's election by 12,000, but Colonel
Taylor, one of McLean's managers,
with the same figures, makes Nash's
plurality about 8,000.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7.-A Times-
and thirteen precincts out of 204 In , m the four counties of New York City.
the usual big demrcratlc majorities
verv rolled up, evjry candidate In every .
county being elected except Gray (dem
ocrat) for recorder in Kings, against '
whom charges of corruption had been
Tammany' shows r.o elation over the,
plurality of 45.000 for Its New York!
county ticket. The rejoicing Is over the
detent of Assemblyman Robert Maiet, !
republican, by Stewart, democrat.
LOUISVILI.E. Nov. 7.-Thlrty-one
precincts out of 176 In Louisville and
Jefferson county give Goebel 2,064;
star extra concedes Mcuean'g election, Taylor, 2,466; Brown, 227.
and that the fusion ticket has car
rled Hamilton county.
LOUISVILLE, Nov. 7.-At 9 p. m.
Chairman Long of the republican stato
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7. In the city . committee says the returns received
of Clnolnnatl 27 precincts give Nash, J indicate steady republican gains
republican, 2,636; McLean, democrat,; throughout the state.
3,443; Jones, Independent, 847.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7.-At 10 p. m.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 7.-In Kentucky,
nearly complete returns from 23 coun-
Judge Nosh declared his election of, tM ou, of m democrat.
governor, and Chairman Dick said h 18900. TayloI. publican. 15,566;
was assured the republicans had oar- Bpown ?77
rled everything. Chairman Seward, of,
1 m ,v , LOUISVILLE, Nov. 7.-10 p. ni.-Re-
tne democratlo cotnmlttf e said the eleo-1
I turns from the state are conung in
alow ly but each county shows a repub
lican gains and to such an extent that
the returns tndlcata Taylor's election
tton wa in aouDt.
CANTON, C., Nov. 7.-The vote of ;
the city of Canton gives Nash S.E89;
McLean 8,037; Jones 219.
by a majority of over 3,000. Secretary
Hampton, of the republican committee,
is claiming Taylor's election by 10,000.
Of Coys' Clothing is in
the wearing. Clothes
must be of best quali
ty to withstand the
healthy violence of
youngsters, or mother
will be kept busy
mending and buying
The .tougher the boy
the better we like to
clothe him. ';i
He's the surest test we
ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 7. This c!ty The Courier Journal, democratic, from
gives the democratlo candidate for. its figures says the results Is in doubt.
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Youths long trouser suits, $7.50 to $18.00
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