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McKinley Scores a Magnificent
Victory in Ohio.
THE WHOLE TICKET ELECTED
A Seventy-live Thousand Majority
Rolled up In the Buckeye
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 7. With a plu
rality of 60,000 and two-thirds of both
branches of the legislature, McKinley
has won the most decisive victory re
corded in Ohio since the Civil War.
It has been won on national issues. It
would nod have been a surprise two
weeks ago, but after thb action of con
gress there seemed to be such a re
action that the overwhelming vote Is
a surprise. The democrats did not al
low the contest to go by default, but
made a most vigorous fight with a har
monious working force. Ex-Governor
Campbell canvassed the state for Law
rence T. Neol, all of last week, and the
democratic committee was hopeful af
ter congress had reached some decisive
action. The weaUier was pleasant all
over the state and there was a full vote
of over 800,000. The decisive results of
former years have been because of
small votes, those of one party or the
other not turning out, but the voters
were out today all over the state, and
McKinley has a majority over 'all, with
the-democrathv prohibition, and popu
list tickets opposed to him. This is
the first majority over all that any
state candidate has had since the Pos
ter election just after Garfield's death
The republicans were apprehensive
on one part of their victory. The leg
islature elected today does not select a
United States senator, and It Is over
two-thirds republican, the strongest
since the war. With such a large work-
ng majority, they fear such legisla
tion by city members as may lead to
defeat two years hence when another
legislature Is to be selected that will
choose Senator Price's successor.
Cincinnati, No. 7.-6 p. m. The vote
ail over Ohio Is very full. Definite fig
ures are impossible In advance of the
returns. The general feeling Is that
McKinley and the other republican
state officers are elected by a highly
Columbus, Nov. 7. The precincts in
the cities that, had reported at 8:30 p.
all show republican gains that
would indicate that McKlnley's plu
rality of 21,000 two years ago would be
doubled, but the rural regions will not
show such gains. If the ratio of gains
In the cities la kept up, McKlnley's plu
rality will reach 60,000. The republi
can managers now concede nothing
less than double his former plurality.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. One hundred pre
cincts give McKinley 13,961; Near 9,131;
populist, 254, and prohibitionists, 587.
The same in 1892 gave Harrison 13,450,
Cleveland 11,178, populists 190, and pro
hibitionist, 588. Thirty-six precincts In
Hamilton county are In, and only one
shows a democratic gain. The average
gain for McKinley in each precinct Is
32Vi. At this rate his plurality In Ham.
llton county will be over 10,000, a gain
of 6,600. '
With one twenty-eighth of the state
heard from, McKlnley's gain is 2,532.
At this rate his plurality will reach
Cleveland, Nov. 7. The returns Indi
cate that McKinley will carry Cuya
hoga county by at least 4,000. Last
year Cleveland carried It by 4,200.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. Three hundred
precincts give McKinley 48,032; N.eol,
33,523; populist, 8G6; prohibitionist, 1,896.
This is a republican gain of 7,727.
Columbus, Nov. 7. "To the general
manager of the Associated Press; In
dicatlons now point to a plurality for
McKinley of more than 60,000, and both
branches of the legislature by large
majorities." (Signed) Charles Irfcks.
chairman republlctn. state committee.
Columbus, Nov. 7. "To the General
Manager of the Associated Press: At
11:30, I desire to change the figures
mado earlier. We have carried Ohio
for McKinley by 75,000 plurality, and
both branches of the legislature by
more than two-thirds majority. (Signed)
Chas.. Dicks, chairman of the republl
can state committee.
(2 am.) There Is no more doubt
being-held at this .hour. The head'
quarters are being abandoned and meet
ings are being held nominating McKln
ley for president In speeches by Bou-
telle, Dollver, Horr, Chairman Dick,
Columbus, Nov. 8. At 2 a. m. the re
publican chairman of the republican
state committee says that the returns
Indicate A PLURALITY OF EIGHTY
SEVEN THOUSAND for McKinley.
Chicago, Nov. 7. The democrats have
undoubtedly carried this city by a ma
jority that the republican vote In the
county cannot overcome. The Indica
tions at 8 o'clock are that Gary, the re
publican candidate for superior Judge,
on 'flfhpm Altgeld mada his fight, Is
t'eaten, although he ran far ahead of
his ticket. .
Two hundred and ten precincts give
a democratic majority of 1,384.
Two hundred and fifty-five precincts
and the county vote give a republican
plurality of 1505.
Chicago, Nov. 7. The elections today
were hotly contested, and the republi
cans seemed to have, at a late hour
tonight, the best of It.
The Times, the senior democratic
paper, concedes the election or tne
ENTIRE REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL
TICKET, with one possible exception,
and claims no more than ' five of the
county commissioners Inside the city.
Judge Gary ran ahead of his ticket.
Des Moines, Nov. 7. The election in
tliia slate closed without any trouble
or excitement as far as heard from at
either headquarters. The, first returns
shpw both republican and democratic
losses, but the latter in a larger ratio
than the former, on which the repub
licans claim tho election of their ticket.
Burlington, Nov. 7. Reports from
several precincts In this city and two
townships In this county show steady
republican gains in all of them.
Dos Moines, Nov. 7. Eighty-two pre
cincts give Jackson 10,556; Boles, 7,739,
with a net republican gain of 626.
One hundred and forty precincts give
Jackson 18,698, and Boles 14,191. Net
republican, gain, 935. If the gain keeps
up at the same ratio.Jackson will be
132, a net republican gain of 1,533.
elected by 30,000 plurality.
Two hundred and seventy-one pre
cincts give Jackson 34,756; Boles, 28,-
Dos Moines, Nov. 7.- The republican
committee, basing Its claim on returns
made In precincts comprising one-tenth
of the state, claim the state by 30,000.
Chairman Fuller, of the democratic
state central committee, concedes that
the republicans have carried the state
by probably 20,000.
Boston, Nov. 7., 6:30 p. m. So far In
the city returns Russell (dem) shows a
gain of 7 per cent; Oreenhalgh, (rep)
23 per cent.
The democratic state 'committee- re
fuse to concede the election of Green
halgh until the returns from the cities
are received. These cannot be had till
The returns from the entire city ex
cept one precinct give Oreenhalgh 29,
006, and Russell 38,762. The republican
net. gain Is 3,811. ' If the republican
gain continues, Oreenhalgh will have
SOUTH DAKOTA IN LINE.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 7. Returns
from ten different counties in South
Dakota show republican gains over last
years' vote, and Indicate a republican
plurality of fully 5,000.
Yankton, S. D., Nov. 7. Informa
tion received from the headquarters of
both the republican and democratic
central committees assures the election
of all the" candidates for Judgshlp upon
the republican ticket. The vote cast
will be about one-half, or 40,000, of
which the republican candidates will
receive 65 per cent The actual figures
will not be available till tomorrow night
ULEEDINO KANSAS, TOO!
Kansas City, Kan., Nov. 7.-In Wy
andotte county, the most populous lo
cality in the state, the entire republi
can ticket, with the exception of sur
veyor and register of deeds, is elected
Topeka, Nov. . Dispatches up to 2
o'clock from all parts of Kansas, show
republican gains. Twenty-seven coun
ties have been heard from and all have
gone republican Including the most
!.,.. ul. his couitlta of the utate, many of
which have been populist for the past
two years. It looks like a clean swetp
of the state for the republicans.
i IS DAI HILL?
New York Knifes Tammanv to
JUDGE MAYNARD SNOWED UNDER
And the 'Metropolis Frees Herself
from the Shadow of a'
New York, Nov. 7. One of tho most
peculiar campaigns In the history of
the state closed at sundown this even
ing, and it is safe to say that the dem
ocratic managors are not more sur
prised at the result, than the remtbll
cans. The dominant Issue In oil por
tions of tho state has been "rlns rule,"
and tho republicans in New Yorit city
Brooklyn, Albany, and Buffalo have
been greatly assisted by the organized
efforts of independent democrats. Isaac
H. Maynard, candidate on the demo
cratic ticket for Judge of the court of
appeals, against whom the Independent
democrats waged wor, is overwhelming
ly defeated. Practically complete re
turns Indicate that the republicans have
elected the entire state ticket, and that
they will have a good working major
ity In the next legislature.
New York, Nov. 7. Seven hundred
districts give Meyer (dem) 84,092; Pal
mer (rep) 4G,il05. Three hundred and
llfty districts give Maynard (dem) 35,
734; Burtlett (rep) 26,152.
It is conceded that Maynard, for asso
ciate Justice of tho court of appeals,
Is defeated. ,
A World bulletin says Greenlmlah,
(rep) Is elected governor of Massachu
A Herald bulletin says: "Dispatches
from Ohio Indicate- McKlnley's election
The Tribune claims that New York
state has gone republican by 40,000 ma
The Dally Press says: "The New
Jersey legislature will be republican on
the joint ballot."
Richard Crnlter, the Tnmnpny chief-'
tain, at 9 o'clock said: "It looks as if
the republicans have made a .!! m
sweep of the state ticket, including the
Lanslngburg, N. Y., Nov. 7. A riot
occurred here tonight between the dem
ocratic police and the citizens. The
police seized the ballot boxes of three
districts and started for the police sta
tion. The cltlztns followed and at
tempted ta rescue tho boxes. Tho po
licemen shot Joslah E. West, a prom
inent citizen, in the head", killing him
New York, Nov. 7. One thousand and
eighty election districts out of 1,142
give Meyer 138,276, and Palmer 64,091.
Nine hundred and ninety disU-icts out
of 1,142 give Maynard 108,514, and Bart-
A Tribune bulletin says: "Bartlott
Is elected over Maynard by a plurality
of 75,000 In tho state.
The Herald says "New York stale
has gone democratic." The Tribune
still sayB the state has gone republican
by 40.000 majority. -
Oswego, N. Y., Nov. 7. Oswego City,
which usually -goes democratic, goes
republican by 544 votes for the flrft
time since 1808.
New York, Nov. 7. Returns from
one-sixth of the state outside, of New
York and Brooklyn, give Palmer, (rep)
for secretary of state, a majority over
Meyer, of 15,608.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Indications are that the republicans
will elect the state ticket by 20,000 to
25,000. It Is claimed that Bartlett's ma
jority over Maynard will exceed 50,000.
The World says that Boody concedes
his defeat as mayor of Brooklyn.
A World bulletin says that whih;
Croker claims tho legislature for tho
democrats ho concedes tho .state ticket
to the republicans.
Albany, Nov. 7. At 11 o'clock Gover
nor Flower conceded the state by about
15,000, but said he still hoped the as
sembly and senate would be democratic.
A DISGRACEFUL SCENE.
Knives and Revolvers are Used Free-.
ly by Tammany Heelers.
Camden, N. J., Nov. 7. The city ap
pears. to he In the hands of a desperate
gang of thugs and repeaters. Riots
have occurred at several precincts.
Democratic policemen and ward work
ers have taken possession of many of
the polls, and the republicans have ap
pealed to Sheriff West to place the
military at tho polls. Many deputy
sheriffs have been stopped on tho
streets and had their weapons taken
from them. A number have been beat
en, shot and cut. The following have
been admitted to the hospital: Samuet
Pullman, shot In the head; George
Banks, shot In the leg; Frank Severin,
shot in the head; Edward Doer, badly
cut In the head; Nathan VanDyko,
throat cut; Julia Chambers, throat cut
with a razor while standing near tho
polls; Michael Kelley a democratic ward
worker, stabbed In the neck. The sher
iff cannot be found. Five hundred spe-
lal democratic policemen are at the
THE SAME OLD MAJORITY.
Philadelphia, Nov. 7. The entire re
publican ticket is elected in this city,
rteturns from eVery county in the stato
so far show republican galnB.
THE DEMOCRATS WON.
'Baltimore, Md., Nov. 7. Returns from
many parts of tho state show that the,
democrats havo elected the candidate
for state comptroller by a large plu
rality. The democrats have carried
Maryland by 50,000.
Richmond, Nov. 8. At 2 a. m, there
Is every indication that the democratic
slate ticket is elected by a large ma
jority, and that it will have more than
a two-thirds majority in the legisla
ture. Tho ncigroes voted the demo- ,
Louisville, Nov. 7. Advices from the
state at large Indicate that the usual
democratic majority In tho legislature
will be slightly Increased. In Western
Kentucky where the populists were
Uror-sost lust, year, the democrat,- have
nuido gains. ,
NEBRASKA IN DOUBT.
Omaha, Nov. 7. Returns from the
state are coming In slowly. Scattering
returns received at 11 o'clock Indicate
republican losses on the head of the
ticket, and populist gains. The 'race
between Harris (rep) and Holcomb,
(pop) Is very close. The outcome will
probably not be known till morning.
Bomls, (rep) is elected mayor over Bef
ford (dem) by 2,500 plurality.
AFTER THE BALL.
Washington, Nov. 7. The members
of the cabinet attribute the results of
the election to the .business depression
of the past several months,., and tho
statement was made that thin was the
worst possible tlmo for the democrats
to have an election while so many
people were suffering from conditions
that were not political, but wholly ex- ,
McMlnnvllle, Or., Nov. 7. The city
election was held here today. Win.
Uf.msey was elected mayor, E. C. Wal
ker, Wm. ChrlHtmnn, and S. V.'llson,
Oct nellmen, V. T. Vnton-recorder, and
C. H. Ncal marshal. The heaviest
wind and rain storm of the season is
TO RESTORE HER TO POWER.
Chicago, Nov. 7. A Washington spe
cial sny that the next steamer from
Hawaii will probably bring the news
that Minister Willis under instructions
from tho state department will Inform
the provisional ggovernment that the
queen must be restored to power.
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