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"Wisconsin is conceded to the demo
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The democrats in Missouri elect too
entire stato ticket.'
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The New York Post claims u uumbor
of congressional districts in doubt.
An official couut in Kausaa will be
necessary to decido tho governorship.
A meeting of tho commitee on appro
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tive majority and tho matter is in doubt.
Senator Mitchell says the political re
volution is not duo to the McKinley bill.
The republican state central commit
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Kinley. One man was killed and several in
jured by tho falling of a scaffold in
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congressmen have been elected from
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claim Nebraska for Boyd and the entire
Buchanan, democratic nominee for
governor, of Tennessee has from '25,000
to 30,000 ma jority.
North Carolina democrat elect nil
candidates for congress except in on J dis
trict, which is in doubt.
Itia conceded by New York papers
that tho next congress will hava at least
fifty democratic majority".
- Tho Afaif and Express of New York
concedes a demooratio victory nud
tnraed tho flag upside down.
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cabinet officer that tbo president will
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Democratic Gains in The
DKINLEY NOT ALL 'RIGHT.
His Defeat Conceded 'By
GEO TOR CLEVELAND'S OPINION.
The Democrats Claii Ohio With
A. POLITICAL JtnrOTjUTIOX.
Special b7Tho United 1'kf.ss.
San Francisco, Nov. 5. Pond con
cedes tho election of Markhain br
2,000. Tho rest o tho ticket is elected
by about tho same majority.
Complete returns from fifty sena
torial districts outside o Sau Fran
cisco indicate tho election of thirty
seven republicans. It is therefore
safe to claim a republican majority in
tho legislature on a joint ballot. Out
of forty-five assembly districts in San
Francisco, 39 republicans and 6 demo
crats have been eleoted.
"WrxismfGTON, Nov. 5. The result
in this county cannot yet be definitely
stated, but the vote in this city has
been very close. On tho face of tlie
returns New Castle county has gone
republican by from 125 to 150. The
democrats, however, still claim the
election of their entire stato ticket.
Kent county gives democratic ma
jorities, ranging from 257 to 428.
Sussex county, with one district- to
hear from, gives a majority of 500,
which may be increased to GOO. This
elects Robert I. Reynolds, Dem., for
governor, and John "W. Casey, Dem.,
for congress by a majority of 700,
while the legislature will be two
Chicago, Nov. -5, 10 j& it. Both
parties, to-night are claiming a legis
lative majority on joint ballot and the
democrats are hopeful of electing
General Palmer to succeed Senator
FarwelL The republican state cen
tral committee insist, to-night, that it
will control the general assembly by
five or sir on joint ballot, but the
democrats as vigorous! iausS that
they will have a m ijority. Tin result
is still in doubt.
Kax3s City, Nov. 5. An official
count iu Kansas will be necessary to
decido whether "Willetts, tho alliance
candidate for governor, or Humphrey,
the republican candidate, has been
elected. The vote is very close with
indications in Willetts favor with
most of tho western conuljes
where tho farmers aro iu a
majority to hear from. The farmers'
alliance has elected beyond doubt, W.
A. Baker, its candidato for congress in
the fifth district and contributed to
tho election of Moonlight, democrat,
in the first whoso election is conceded
by something over 1,000 majority. ,
Minneapoios, Nov. 5. Tho guber
natorial vote is very close. The demo
crats are claiming tho state. Tho
alliance voto does not cut so great a
figure in counties yet to be heard from.
Castle, Dem., is elected to congress in
the Fourth district. Hall, Dem., in
(ho Third, Harries, Dem., in the
First Tho Fifth and Second are
doubtful. Tho democrats made nearly
a clean sweep on the city and county
The gubernatorial voto is very close
in Minnesota. Twenty-three counties
gaveMerriam, Rep., 22,645; "Wilson,
Dem.v 23,178; Owen, alliance, 1,685.
This does not iuclude Henepin
county,' Minneapolis, which gives
Wilson two thousand plurality, nor
Ramsey county, St. Paul, which gives
Wilson 15,000. The democrats are
St. PAui., Not. 5. Full returns and
carefully prepared estimates from forty-nine
out of seventy-nine counties
in Minnesota give 1,672 plurality for
Wilson, Dem., for governor. As to
congressmen.it seems probable that
three out of the five are democrats.
St. Louis, Nov. 6. The democrats
will 6end a full delegation to congress
and with one exception, they elect the
entire state ticket and will have a
joint ballot in the legislature by a
large majority. Returns are coming
in slowly and several days will elapse
before the full and official vote can be
Omaha, Nov. 5. Charles Ogden,
chairman of the state democratic cen
tral committee claims Boyd's election
by from 8,000 to 7,000 plurality. He
claims all the congress and the entire
VntarsiA Crrr, Nov. 5. R. K. Col
cord, Rep., for governor, and P. E.
Bartine, Rep., for representative, will
each probably have more than 600
Tbentok, Nov. 6. The democrats
have increased their majority in both
houses of the legislature. Tho sen
ate will be' composed of 13 democrats,
7 republicans and 1 independent dem
ocrat The assembly will stand, 43
democrats and 17 republicans.
AiiBUQUEBQirjE, Nov. 5. It is claimed
that Josephs, Dem., has carried ten of
the fourteen counties of New Mexico
and that the democrats will have a
majority, in tho senate and house for
the first time in twenty;four years.
NkwTobk, Nov. 5. The Evening
World, Dem., says: 'The democrats
will have a majority in the next con
gress of between sixty-threo and
The Mail and Express; Rep., con
cedes tho democratic majority to be
at least fifty. The Evening Sim,
Dem., places tho democratic majority
at about fifty-three.
New York, Nov. 5. Tho Mail and
Express, turns the American flag
upside down, over the election returns,
bnt says editerially: "There is no rea
son for the Republican party to dis
trust the future or for believing that
the Democratic reaction is likely to
yield permanent results." AH the otbr
evening papers attribute the Republican-defeat
-to the McKinley bill.
The Commercial Advertiser says
whether McKinley is defeated or not,
McKinley is dead. "
The Post is especially violent and
compares Reed, McKinley and Aid
rich to "Falstaff," who led his follow
ers where they were peppered.
Albajjy, Nov. 5. The private secre
tary to Governor Hill, states that the
next assembly, according to the results
received, show the Democrats will
have sixty-six members, -tsare. He
estimated the Republicans elected,
New Yobk, Nov. 5. The Post, in
its last edition says: "A number of
congressional districts are still in
doubt Two in California, several in
Iowa, two in Kentucky, two in New
York, etc. It seems safe to say, how-
cver, iiiu jemocrauc majority in uie
next house will not be less.than. 80.
It looks as if it will run up close to
The congressional delegation from
this state will be fourteen republicans
and twenty democrats.
Raleigh, Nov. 5. There is now no
doubt of the election of all the dem
ocratic candidates for congress save
Newbern in the Second district That
is yet in doubt
Returns from four hundred pre
cincts, one fourth o'f the total number,
give a net democratic gain for the
ticket of 13,000.
St. Patji.,Nov. 5. In North Dakota
the republicans have elected the con
gressmen and the state ticket by from
2,000 to 4,000.
Chicago, Nov. 5. Senator Calvin
Brice, telegraphs to chairman Phelps
of the state central democratic com
mittee, congratulations. Ohid elects"
fourteen democratic congressmen, a
gain of nine. McKinley and Fos
ter are both defeated. . .
.CoiiTJMBrjs, Nov. 5. Ixateb The
republican state central committee
now concedes the defeat of McKinley.
Both tho democratic and republican
state committees now agree' that the
congressional delegation from .Ohio
will stand fourteen democrats to
CoiiTniBUS, Nov. -6, 1 a, m. Tho re
publican state central committee have
unofficial returns received from seventy-five
counties, and the balance is es
timated. They claim that the repub
lican plurality on the head of the
stato ticket will be between 10,000 and
15,000. The committee concedes the
defeat of McKinley by about 200 and
Foster by 500. The democratic can
didates in the other closo cdngres-J
siuuui tustncis receivea. majorities
ranging from 500 and upwards with
the exception of Cosgrovo at Cincin
nati, who is defeated by Storcr, Rep'.,
by 2,700... One of the most remark-,
able democratic gains was in the
Eleventh district, whero Pattison,
Dem., was elected by 3,100. The re
nublicau committee concedes that tho
delegation to congress ,will stand. 7
republicans to 14 democrats. The re
turns received and private advices by
the democratic committee- estimate
that tho republican plurality on the
head of tho ticket will be about 10,000,
and that it may fall below these fig
ures. On unofficial figures they
claim McKinley is defeated by J18
and Foster by 300 or 400. Their es
timate of standing is the samo as tho
Caktok, Nov. 5. McKinley's great
gain of 2,700 up to to-night lacks 147
of electing him. The official count
may change this.4 Thero has been
trouble in getting news from Holmes
PhuiAdelphia, Nov. 5. Revised
figures indicate that the plurality of
Pattison, Dem., for governor will ex
PhuiAdelhhia, Nov. 5. Revised
figures from various counties indi
cates that Pattison's plurality for
governor over Delamater will exceed
10,000. Waters and Stewart, repub
lican candidates respectively for
lieutenant governor and secretary of
state are certainly elected.
Tacqua, Not. $ 3Jater. Although
full returns from the city of Tacoma
and Pierce county are not yet com
plete thero is no liability of any
change in the previous report that the
republicans have made a sweeping
victory. Pierce county now stands
as the banner republican county in the
new state of Washington. The
threats- bv leadincr dpmnnrnfa ihnh
Thomas Carrol, democratic candi-
uwj aua xepreseuutuvB in congress
will contest the election of John -Wilson,
republican, on the ground of in
timidation by republican deputy .mar
shals and sheriffs are scoffed at by-the
republicans, as there is positively no
foundation for such a contest Re
turns from all parts of 'the state re
ceived, show a republican majority for
Wilson of about 5,000 as against 9,000
Ther Tacoma News, democratic,
claims additional democratic repre
sentation in the state legislature.
TheJVeww, in an editorial to-night,
strongly, urges Carrol to contest Wil
son, republican, in the election, alleg
ing fraud and intimidation through
out the state and but for a violation
of the law Carrol would have had a
majority and that the next congress
will be urged to investigate the mat
ter. The News, also, in a leading edi
torial to-night urges the republicans
to take up Nelson Bennett, the Ta
coma millionaire, for "United States
senator, and drop Squire and Calkins.
OnxirpiA, Nov. 5.7-liater. Olympia
has rece'ived the capitol by a sweeping
Seaiiokawa, Nov. 5. For perman
ent capital: Ellensburg 4, North Ya
kima 4, Olympia 86. Member of con cen
gress: Wilson, Rep., 66; Carroll, Dem.,
29; Abernathy, Pro., 5. State senater:
Forsyth 44, Van Name 59. Member
of state legislature: Megler 67, Har
rington 43. County auditer: Harvey
78, Shaw 26. County clerk: Carlton
67, Shaw 33. Sheriff and assessor:'
Albert 44, Howard 66. Treasurer:
West 89. Prosecuting atterney: Pol
worth 62. School superintendent:
Ellen Kent 20, Minnie O'Connor 89.
Surveyer: Smith 47, Stanard 60. Cor Cer Cor
oner: Jaeck 39. (Commissioners,
First district: Kent 34, Howard 67;
Second district: Carlson 78, Thomas
40; Third district: Olmstead 55, Red
Cathxajtet, Nov.-5. Ellensburg 2,
North Yakima 2, Olympia 88. Wilson
45, Carroll 49, Abernathy 3. Forsyth
38,Yan Name 58. Megler 41, Har
rington 60. Harvey 62, Shaw 35.
Carlton 71, Shaw 32. Albert 25.
Howard 87. West 81. Polworth74.
Kent 19, O'Connor 88. Smith 42.
Stanard 52. Jaeck 80. Kent 35,
Winter 70. Carlson 41, Thompson 48.
Olmsted 34, Redfield 56.
South Bend, Nov. 5. Member of
cengress: Wilson 107, Carrol 70,
Abernathy 19. State senator For
sythe 119, Van Name 66. Representa
tive: Putney 111, Whealdon 85. Clerk:
Davis 16L Auditer: Barney 133,
Bell 64. Treasurer: Barrows 125,
Whealdon 67. Sheriff: Turner 117,
Slack 80. Assesser: Van Tuyl 90,
Vancleve 94. Atterney: Egbert 134,
Brumbach 62. Commissioners, first
district: Graham 71, McGowan 12.
Secend: Bourne 71, O'Connor 105.
Third: Meloy 60, Martin 130. Supt
public instructien: Fancher 118,
English 68. Corener: Mower ,
Wtt.TiApa, Nov. 5. Wilson 75, Car
rol 49, Abernathy 8a Forsythe 81, Van
Name 58, Putney 87, Whealdon 60,
Davis 140, Barney 84, Bell 58, Barrows
88, Whealdon 51, Turner 82, Slack 61,
Van Tuyl 73, Vanoleve 69, Egbert 80,
Brumbach 55, Graham 82, McGowan
54, Bourne 70, O'Connor 64, Meloy
102, Martin 36. Fancher 90, English
.48, Mower 84. Hanselman 48.
SuxsmsE, Nov. 5. Wilson 25, Car
rol 16. Forsythe 31, Van Name 18,
Putney 23, Whealdon 28. Davis 48.
Barney 21, Bell 32. Barrows 38,
Whealdon 13. Turner 12, Slack 42.
.Van Tuyl 35, Vancleve 18. Egbert 28,
Brumbach 25. Graham 3 McGowan
20. Bourne 17, O'Connor 35. Meloy
26, Martin 19. Fancher 29, English
.21. Mower 34, Henselmanl6.
Nasel, Nov. 5. Wilson 16, Carrol
10. Forsythe 22, Van Name 10. Put
ney 16, Whealdon 17. Davis 32.
Barney 21. Bell 13. Barrows 30.
Whealdon 4. Turner 3. Slack 31.
Van Tuyl 18, Vancleve 16. Egbert 21,
Brumbach 12. Graham 23,
McGowan 8. Bourne 10, O'Con
nor 23. Meloy 23, Martin 9. Fan
cher 24, English 9. Mower 23, Han
Bat Centeb, Nov. 5. Wilson 21,
Carroll, Abernathy 4, Forsythe 25,
Van Name 3, Putney 21, Whealdon 11,
Davis 23, Barney 26, Bell 8, Barrows
24, Whealdon 5, Turner 19; Slack 11,
Van Tuyl 25, Vancleve 4, Egbert 25,
Brumbach 4? Graham 24, McGown 3,
Bourne 20, O'Connor 6, Meloy 22,
Martin 4, Fancher 27, English 2,1
Mower zo, Hanselman 4.
Ilwaco, Nov. 5. Wilson 90, Carrol
16, Abernathy 4. Forsythe 102, Van
Name 23. Putney 93, Whealdon 31.
Davis 117. Barney 91, Bell 38. Bar
rows 116, Whealdon 16. Turner 89,
Slack 40c- Van Tuyl 110, Vancleve 16.
Egbert 66, Brumbach 61. Graham
106. McGowan 19. - Bourne 102,
fl'Pnntinr 90 Alnlnv OH "Mnrffn 1Q
Fancher 90, English 34.' Mower 81.
Hanselman 4i. i.' or surveyer: James
OtstervtiiIiE, Nov. 5. Majerities:
Wilson 21, Forsythe 14, Putney 8,
Bell 8, Barrows 14, Slack 7, Van Tuyl
7, Graham 8, Bourne 1, Meloy 10,
Fancher 16, Mower 21.
Tacoma, Nov. 5. J. H. Price is
elected sheriff by 100 majority.
Milwaukee, Nov. 5. B. C. Wall,
chairman of the democratic stato cen
tral committee, claims the state by
3,500 plurality. .
0. C. Payne, chairman of the repub
lican stato central committee concedes
the state to the democrats, legislature,
and all but gives no figures.
NashvjjjLE, Nov. 5. Returns are
coming in very slowly. John P.
Buchanan, Dem., for governor, will
have between 25,000 and 30,000 ma
jority. The legislature is two-thirds
Richmond, Nov. 5. No doubt now
seems left that ten democratic con
gressmen have been elected.
How Britain Views It.
London, Nov 5. The newspapers
print pretty full accounts of yester
day's American elections, but com
ment only Tbriefly upon the figures,
reserving editorial treatment of the
subject until the returns are complete.
The tone of such a comment, as is
made, indicates a belief that the defeat
of-thejrepublicansis attributable to the
popular" disapproval ot the McKinley
tariff measure. Several prominent
public men; who -have- been inter
viewed, declare that the result of the
elections show that it was not the
American people, but only a handful
of unwise politicians, who were respon
sible for the exagerated protection
embodied in the McKinley bill.
O'Dennell in Doubt.
Special to The AstokiaxJ
"SanTTracico, Nov. 5. The count
ing nf tho cifcv vote still Tjroffresses
.slowly. The mayoralty contest is be
coming lmeresuug. oiuiuumuu io
pubhean is no w in the lead. O'Donnell,
independent, whoso election was con
ceded up to this afternoon, announces
that he will contest Sanderson's vote
if the latter is declared elected.
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"What Cleveland .
Special to The Astorias.
.New Yobk, Nov. 5. To a reporter,
on the result of yesterday's election,
ex-President Cleveland said :
"I am deliphfpr? T .nnnn v.
right of any man in the country to
reioice mnrA Tionrfftt? tlioT, T - -u
results of yesterday. My gratifica
tion is that of an American, proud of
hlS fellow mnntnrtnon Wkr T,V.
led away for the time by party preju
dices nnrl Vilinrl ni-nfi?an. c !.-
cunning and selfish leaders, could not
be deluded to their ruin.
"They have demonstrated that in
dealing with them it is not safe to cal
culate that they are stupid or heedless
of the welfare of their country; the
necessity of tariff reform with its con-
jTiC -v-u.v.wvix iu. mo ihhc otuving,
and the duty of the democratic party
to advocate it have been fully demon
strated by the action of the people
TO CALL AN EITEA SESSION
A caWnet Officer Says Crapss
fill 16 Conyenefl.
GENERAL EASTEMX IXEMS.
Special by Tho Usitkd Phess.1
'Washington, Nov. 5. It is stated.
on the authority of a cabinet officer,
tnat tne president will call an extra
session of congress.
A FAILING SCAFJFOJLD.
Several Men Injured and One
Killed In Chicago.
Special to The Astobian.J
CmoAoo, Nov. 5. By the breaking
of a scaffolding, raised 10 feet from
the ground, to photograph Lyon &
Healey's new piano factory, to-day,
one man was killed, two probably
fatally injured and several others
badly hurt. Wm. Kischangert, 54
years old was injured; August Haskel
was injured about the chest and it is
supposed his lungs are affected.
DoraGifford sustained severe internal
injuries. John Coates had an ankle
broken. E. Grillul and John Railis
had ankles sprained.
Tne Appropriation Bill.
Special to The Astorian.j
Washington, Nov. 5. By direc
tion of representative Cannon,
chairman of the house committee on
appropriations, notice has been sent
to the members of the committp. m.
qnestinc them to meet in WnshiTifrtrm
Thursday to begin the preparation of
the regular general appropriation bDls.
Tbrce Southern States.
NEW OkIiEANS. Nov. 5. Thn "Florida
democrats elect the governor, state
uuiupiruuer ana me associate justices
of the supreme court, in the First and
Second districts and a. maiorifcv of fh
legislature. In Louisiana a full dem
ocratic delegation will go to congress.
The First district is Democratic with
a majority of 4,499. In the Second
district, the democratic majority
exceeds vw; aituougu the returns
are not complete.
In Mississimri seven dgmnnmtirt
congressmen were elected by over-
wneiming majorities. Bo little was
the interest taken by Negroes in the
election that in manv nrecinfifca tin
republican tickets were distributed.
J.ne smallest majority received by any
democratic congressman will not bo
less than 4,000.
What Senator Mitchell Says.
SaIiEIT. Nov. 5. Interviewed nnnn
the democratic success nf vAsfnrrlnir'a
elections, Senator Mitchell, of. Oregon
"I do not caro to say anything to
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