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THE SCI? ANTON TI?IBTTNE WEBXESDAT MOIININ'G. XOVEMBEIi 7, 1894.
RETURNS FROM EACH STATE
Continued from Page 1.
dorsed by the Populists. The Republicans
elect ten congressmen and the result in
the Second district Is In doubt with the
chances In favor of the Democrats by a
Topeka, Nov. 6. Kansas elected a (?ov
ertior, lieutenant governor, secretary of
state, auditor general, attorney neneral,
treasurer, superintendent of public In
struction, for terms of two years; asso
ciate justice of the supreme court, elKht
congressmen, a legislature, which will
elect a successor to United States Sena
tor John Martin (Dem.-l'op.), whose term
expires March 4, 18115.
The people also voted upon a proposed
amendment to the constitution of the
state extending the privilege of the suf
frage to women. Tho candidates for gov
ernor were: David Overmeyer, D.; Kd
mund N. Morril, R.; Lorenzo 1). Lew
elling, P.; Cyrus Corning, 1. P.; I. . Pick
ering, Pr. The vote of Kansas for presi
dent In 1892 was: Democratic-Populist
fusion, 1(13,111; Republican, 107,241; Prohi
The congressional candidates were: At
Large-William A. Harris, P.; Hlchard
"VV. Blue, K. ; Joseph G. Lowe, D.; Prank
Holslnger, 1?. First district Case Brod
erlck, ft.; Hy C. Solomon, 1). P. Second
L. Miller, H. ; H. L. Moore, D. P. Prank
A. W'lllard, P. Thlrd-S. S. Klrkpatrlck,
R.; W. F. Supp, D.; Rev. J. D. Hotkln,
P. Fourth Charles Curtis, R. ; Thomas
J. O'Neill, D. ; S. N. Scott, P. Fifth
John Davis, P.; W. A. Calderhend, R. ;
C. W. Hrandcnburg, D. Slxth-Wllliam
Haker, P.; A. 11. Kills, R.; R. d. Heard,
D. Seventh Jerry Simpson, P.J Chester
J. Long, R. ; E. T. Neal, Pr.
Jerry Simpson Is beaten. The Republi
cans gain four congressmen and elect the
state ticket by 30,000 plurality.
Frankfort, Nov. 6. Kentucky elected
four Judges of the court of appeals, three
railroad commissioners, eleven congress
men. The vote of the state for president
in 18112 was: Democratic, 175,4(11; Republi
can, 135,441; Populist, 23,5'JO; Prohibition,
The congressional candidates were:
First district John K. Hendricks, D. ; H.
C. Keys, P.; JoslahHarrts, Pr.; J. W.
Chit wood, 1. Second John o. Clardy, D. ;
Colonel E. O. Bebrce, R. ; Henry F. Tur
ner. P. Third-W. G. Hunter, R. ; C. U.
JtcElroy, I).; Larklns, P. Fourth
Alexander P. Montgomery, D. ; John W.
Lewis, R. Flfth-R. J. McDermott, D.;
Walter Evans, R.; Francis Rocktcnwald,
P.; Albert S. berry. D. Sixth Thomas H.
Matthews, R. ; A. 8. Berry, D. Beventh
W. C. Owens, D.; George Denny, Jr., R. ;
James B. Flnnell, Pr. Eighth J. B. Mc
Creary, D. ; Philip Roberts, R.; Oswald
Thomas, P.; T. B. Demarel, Pr. Ninth
Rolln Hart. D. ; Samuel J. Pugh, R. Tenth
J. N. Kendall, D.; William N. Bockner,
P.; N. Thomas Hopkins, R.; John U
Rosley, I. U.j John O. Yates, I. D.
Eleventh Silas Adams, R.; John D.
White, 1. R. ; David G. Colson, R. ; John
R. Hinuman, I. D. ; George E. Stone, D.;
James D. Black, D.
It Is believed that Owens, D., Is beaten
in the Lexington district. Republicans
gain two congressmen.
Baton Rouge, Nov. 6. Louisiana elected
six congressmen. The general election
will not be held until Aurll. 1B9G. The
congressional candidates were: First
district H. P. Kernochan. R.; Adolph
Meyer. D. ; James Leonard, I. Second
II. Dudley Coleman, R. ; Charles F. Buck,
D.: John M. Callaghan. 1. Third-Tay
lor Beattle, R. : Andrew Price, D. Fourth
H. W. Ogden, I). Fifth C. J. Boatner,
D. Sixth S. M. Robertson. D.
Republicans have carried the Second
and Third districts of Louisiana and will
probably get the First district also.
Annapolis, Nov. . Maryland cleceted
fiix congressmen. Tho statu election Is
held separately. The congressional can
didates were: First district Joshua vv,
Miles, D. ; W. Laird Henry, D. ; A. Lin
coln Dryden, R.; Joseph Mallalleu, R. ;
Bennett E. Miles, Pr;. James E. Tull, 1J.
James F. Anthony, l'r. ; B. 8. Morris, P
Becoud-Wllllum B. Baker. R.: John N
Parker, Pr.; J. F. C. Talbott, D. Third
Ernest Bauer, S. L.; William 8. Booze, R. ;
Harry W. Rusk, D. ; William J. H..GIuck,
Pr. Fourth T. Melvln Prentiss, Pr.;
John K. Corven, D. ; Robert H. Smith, R.
Fifth-John G. Rogers, D.: George Wells,
D. ; Charles K. Collin, R.; William H. Silk,
Pr.; J. C. Lee, IT.; Samuel C. Hulrd, P.;
E. N. Burchard, P. Sixth Ferdinand
WIlllamB, D. ; C. L. Walllngton, It.;
George William Keracefe, P.; Albert E.
The Republicans have gained two con
gressmen, certainly, and perhaps three.
Boston, Nov. C Massachusetts elected
a governor, lieutenant governor, secre
tary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney
general, for terms of one year; seven
members of the executive council; thir
teen congressmen; and a legislature,
which will elect a successor to United
States Sentor George F. Hoar, whose
term expires March 4, 1895. The candi
dates for governor were John E. Russell,
D.; Frederick T. Greenhalge, present In
cumbent, R. ; George H. Cary, P.; Alfred
Wells Richardson, Pr.; David Taylor, S.
L. The vote of the state for president in
1892 was: Democratic, 170,813: Republican,
202,814; Populist, 3,210; Prohibitionist, 7,539.
The vote for governor in 1893 was: Demo
cratic, 150,916; Republican, 192.G13; Popu
list, 4,885; Prohibition, 8,556; Soclallst-Lu-bor,
The candidates for congress wore: First
district Jonathan Johnson, P.; Augus
tus P. Smith, Pr.; A. B. Wright. R.; Addl
Von L. Green, D. Second George M.
Stearns, P.; Herbert Lawrence, Pr. ; Ed
ward A. Hall, D.; Frederick H. Glllett, R.
Third Henry S. Brown, P.; George F.
Wright, Pr.; Joseph Henry Walker, R. ;
Charles Huggerty, D. Fourth Bertran
Sparhawk, P.; John J. Desmond, D.;
Louis D. Apsley, R. Flfth-G. W. War
field, D. ; W. 8. Knox, R.; Hiram W, K.
Eastman, P.; Warren F. Taylor, Pr.
Sixth-Joseph K. Harris, Pr.; Henry B.
Little, D. ; William Cogswell. R. Seventh
William E. Barrett, R.; Walter L.
Ramsdell, P.; 8. K. Hamilton, D.; George
R. Peare, 8. L.; George M. Buttrlck, Pr.
Eighth-Samuel W. McCall, It.; Linn B.
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Porter. P.; Charles A. Conant, D. ' Ninth
John F. Fitzgerald, D.: Jesse M. Core,
R. ; Patrick t . U'.N'elll, B. L. l enin-r.
W. Peabody, I. R.; H. H. Atwood, R. ; W.
D. Fitzgerald, S. L. ; W. S. McNeary, D.j
M. J. McEttrlck, I. D. Eleventh John
v linmrl p.! VVIIllHm F. Draner. H.:
Bentley W. Warren, D. Twelfth-E. Ger
ry Brown, P.; Elijah A. Morse. R.; Will-
lam H. Jordan, . D. Thirteenth Jonn
KimnUlnn. R Robert Howard. D.
epringneid, ssov. . neiurns iroin rum
ponirmuslonal district show that Wright,
R has ueleatea ureen, u ny i,n. io
majority. Gillette, R., has defeated Hall,
D., by 2,800 in Second congressional dis-
Boston, Nov. 6. Ten towns heard irom
give tireenhalge, R., 2. Hill; Russell, D.,
558. A Democratic loss of 242 votes.
Lansing, Nov. 0 Michigan elected a gov
ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary oi
state, treasurer, auditor, attorney general,
land commissioner, superintendent or puo
llc instruction, for terms of two years:
members of tho state board of education,
twelve congressmen, a new legislature,
which will elect a successor to United
States Senator James McMillan (Rep).,
whose term expires March 4, ISO",, and
one to succeed the lute Kruncls B. Stock
bridge (Rep.), whose term expires In lKii'.l.
The people also voted upon two proposed
amendments of the constitution of the
state, one of which will prevent foreign
ers from acquiring the right to vote until
they have taken out run naturalization
papers, alter live years residence, ine
other permits inmates of Union soldiers'
homos to vote wnere tne nomes nre situ
ated. The candidates for governor were:
Spencer O. Fisher. D.; JolinT. Rich, pres
ent Incumbent, R. ; A. W. Nichols, P.;
Albert M. Todd, Pr. The vote of the state
for president in 1892 was: Democratic,
2(l2.29(i; Republican, 222,708; Populist, lO.sirJ;
The congressional candidates were:
First district Levi T. Grlllln, 1).; John B.
Corliss, It. ; M. J. Dunn, L.; Dr. George
H. Sherman, P.; Captain John M. Mc
Gregor, 8. T. Second Thomas E. U
P.; G. A. tfpuhiing, K.
Burrows. R.: N. II. Stew-
art. D.: L. W.
Underwood, Pr. ; Fredcr-
Ick Lackln, Pr.
Fourth Lerry t Wcu
F. Thomas, R.; Sullivan
ver, D. : Henuy
Cook. P.; Mlltln Chase, l'r. Fifth Will
iam Alden Smith, R. ; Joseph Tlbbitts, P.;
L. G. Rutherford, D.; Myron H. Walker,
Pr. Sixth-David I). Aitken, R.; E. R.
Wilcox, D. Seventh E. C. Carlton, D. ;
Carlton Peck, P.; Horace G. Snover, R. ;
B. H. Thurston, Pr. Eighth William 8.
Linton, R.; Rowlund Connor, D.; E. L.
Brewer, Pr.; W. T. Evans, D.; N. B.
Farnsworth, I. Tenth R. O. Crump, R. ;
W. L. Churchill. D. ; Alex Forsythe, P.
Eleventh John Avery, R.; H. B. Hudson,
IX; William T. Pitt, P.; Austin Barber,
Pr. Twelfth Samuel Stephenson, R.;
Dr. Andrew E. Anderson, P.; Rush Cul
The Republicans have elected a solid
Republican delegation to congress. Rich
is elected governor by 50,000.
St. Paul. Nov. 6. Minnesota elected a
governor, lieutenant governor, secretary
of state, treasurer, for terms of two years
auditor, for a term of four years: chief
Justice and associate Justice or the su
preme court, for terms of six years;
seven congressmen, and a legislature,
which will elect u successor to United
States Senator W. D. Washburn (Rep.),
whose term expires March 4, 1895. The
candidates for governor were: George
L. Becker, D. : Knute Nelson, present In
cumbent, R. ; Sidney M. Owen, r. ; H. .
Mllllboe, l'r. Tho vote of the state for
president in 1892 was: Democratic, 100,579;
Republican, 122,73(i; Populist, 20,398; Pro
The congressional candidates were:
First district James A. Tawncy, R.
John Moonen, D.; Thomas J. Meighen. I
Second J. H. Baker. IX: Ole Krone, Pr.
L. C. Long, P.; H. S. Kollam. Pr. ; James
T. McCleary, P. Third-Uses M. Hall, 1).
J. P. Heatwhole, R. ; J. M. Bowler, P.
Professor L. W. Chancy, Pr. Fourth
A. R. Klefer, R. ; E. J. Durrage, IX; F. B.
Clark, P. Fifth Loren Fletcher, R.
Oliver Erlckson. IX; E. P. Clark, P.; T. 8
Relnstnd, Pr. Sixth Melvln R. Baldwin
IX: Charles A. Towne. R.: Hlttle Halver-
son, P. Seventh H. E. Boen, P.; Frank
M. Eddy, R.; R. N. McLean, IX; Brazilla
M. Blount, l'r.
Nelson Is re-elected by 30,000. Every
congressional district elects u Republi
Jackson, N.v. C. Mississippi elected
seven congressmen. The first general
election under the new Constitution will
be held In November, 1895. The congres
sional candidates were: First district
John M. Allen, D.; J. A. Brown, P. Sec
ond John C. Kyle. D. : M. A. Montgom
ery, R.; N. W. Boynton. Pr.; Robert J.
Lyle, P. Third George W. Wise, P.; T.
C. Catehlngs, D. ; Thomas E. Mount, Pr.
Fourth Hernando Do 8. Money, D.; J. 11
Jameson, P. Flfth,-John S. Williams, D.
W. P. Ratcllffe. P. Sixth-Walter M
Denney, D. ; C. H. llawthorne, P.; George
Hattield, Pr. Seventh A. N. Newman,
P.; T. P. Barr, Pr.; J. C. Spencer, D. Tho
Democrats made a clean sweep.
Jefferson City, Nov. 6. Missouri elected
a Supreme Court Judge, Railroad Com
mlssloiier, for term of six years; Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, for a term
of four years; fifteen congressmen, half
the members of the State Senate, and all
the membors of the Assembly. The can
dldates for Judge were: Francis Marlon
Black, Democrat: Waltour M. Robinson
Republican; Orvllle D. Jones, Populist; R
B. Robinson, Prohibition; Albert E. Sand
erson, Socialist-Labor. The vote of tho
State for President in 1892 was: Demo
cratic, 208,398; Republican, 220,910; Popu
list, ii.zu; iTonuiiuon, 4, .til.
The congressional candidates were
First district William H. Hatch, D.; C
N. Clark, R.; W. 8. Little, Pr.; J. N. Lon
don. 1. Second Uriel S. Hall, D.
Charles II. Loomis, R. ; J. C. Goodson, I
Third Aleck M. Dockery, D.; H. G
Orton, R.; J. C. Penny, P.; S. S. Manlev
Pr. Fourth William C. Ellison, D.
George C. Crowthers, R. ; W. 8. Mlssemnr
P. Fifth John C. Tarsney, D.; It. T
Van Horn, R.; John 8. Crosby, P.; B. P.
White, Pr. Sixth David A. De Armon.l,
D.; Robert E. Lewis, R.; M. B. Francisco
P. Seventh J. T. Heard, D. : J. P. Tracy
R.; George T. Tlppln, P. Eighth-Rich
ard P. Bland, IX ; J. L. IX Hubbard. R,
V. R. Van Wlsker. Pr.; William C. Aid
redge. P. Ninth Chump. Clark, IX; Wil
liam Treloar, R. ; Jos. Moore, P. Tenth-
Richard Burthold, H. ; George H..5Clmmer
man, l'r.; t. p. Coppinger. IX; Charl
Shattlnger, Pr.; C. F. Bechtold, 8. 1
Kleventh-8. . 8. Rellly, Pr.; Charles F
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and well-rounded figure, is
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Shopping tours, dances and
entertainments indulged in, will
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in Neck Ubtl.
Joy, R. ; F. E. Richc, P.; F. F. Espen-
hield. D. Twelfth N. O. Nelson. 8. T. :
Sheridan Webster. Pr.: Beth W. Cobb. D. ;
F. M. 8terrett. R. Thirteenth James D.
ox. D.: John H. Tliiunv. It.: J. R. Ham-
ii, Pr. Fourteenth Marshall Arnold. D.:
N. A. Mozeley. R A. H. Livingston, P.;
ancey Evans. 1'. Fifteenth Charles D.
Burton, R.; Charles H. Morgan, D.; F. M.
Hickok. Pr.; D. J. Hitrbee. P.
St. Louis, Nov. 6. Bterrett, R for con
gress In Twelfth district, nrobnblv de
feats Cobb, D.
In the Eleventh district Esnensehled.
D., for congress, leads Joy, R. The city
Democratic ticket is elected by a nar
row . majority.
Helena, Nov. 0. Montana elected a con
gressman, half the members of the Stato
benate, und all .the members of the
Assembly. The Legislature will elect a
uecessor to United States Senator Thom
as C. I'ower, (Ren..) and a United States
Senator to fill a vacancy caused by the
failure of the last Legislature to elect.
Tho people were ulso to decide by their
votes which city. Helena or Anaconda,
hould be the permanent state capital.
he candidates for Justice were: L. A.
Luce, Democrat; William 11. Hunt, Re-
ubllcnn; George W. Reeves. Ponullst.
Tho vote of the state for uresldent in
1892 was: Democrat, 17,581; -Republican,
18,851; Populist. 7.234: Prohibition. 519. The
uiiKiates ror congress were: fnur es a.
llartman, R. ; Robert B. Smith. 1'.: Hal. S.
Hurtinan. It., is elected to congress hy
an Increased plurality. The legislature Is
Lincoln. Nov. (!. Nebraska elected a
Governor, Lieutenant Governor. Becre-
ary of State. Controller. Treasurer. At
torney General, Superintendent of l'unllc
Inspection, Printer. Surveyor General.
lerk or the Sunremn Court, for term of
four years; Justice of the Supreme Court,
for a term of six years; one Congressman,
four District Judges for terms of four
ears; nine State senators, and a new As
sembly, who will choose a United Stnfcs
senator to succeed Charles F. Mnnderson,
Republican. Tho candidates for Gover
nor were: P. D. Sturdevnnt, Democrat;
Silas .A. Holcomb, Democratic-Populist
fusion; Thomas J. Majors, Republican;
K. A. Gcrrard, Prohibition. The vote of
the state for president In ls:i2 was: Dem
ocrat, 21,94:!; Republican. 87.213; Populist,
,250; Prohibition, 4.902.
The candidates for congress were: Flrnt
dlstrict-J. H. Strode, R. ; A. H. Welt, IX
Second David H. Mercer. R. : Jumes
F. lloyd. IX : D. Clem Weaver. P.: Rev.
Woodbury, l'r. Third Georue IX Melkle-
John, R.; G. L. Thomas, D.; W. N. Hen
slcy, lx: J. II. Devlne, P. Fourth Eu
gene J. Hulner, R. ; W. L. Stark, 1.; 8. 8.
Alley, D.; Mrs. Woodward. Pr. Fifth
Wllllnm A. AlcKelBhun. L: Wlllinm B.
Andrews, R. Sixth Omer M. Kem, P.;
Mutt Dougherty. R.
ine Kemioiieuns elect Maiors bv 20.000
no ine rest ot tne stale ticket by 30,000.
ney elect live out or six eongreshmeji.
Carson Citv. Nov. B. Nevada elected
State olllcers for four years and the Leg
islature, ana voted upon 2d proposed
amendments to the constitution of the
State, chief among which were sections
oiisolidatlng certain State olllces. an
thorizing the investment of school monev
In other thun Cntted States and Nevada
bonds, and refusing umnesty to persons
wno, aner reaching the age or 18 years,
car arms against the United States. The
candidates for Governor were: R. 1
Keating, Democrat; Theodore Winters,
uemocrai a. t. i: eve am . Heinil) can
George Peckhnm, Populist, and John K.
Jones, Hllverlte. The vote of the Statu
for president In IS'.C! was: Democratic,
n itepuniican. poiiu st. 7.i7: Pro
J ne cam K ates for concress were:
Krancls G. New and. 8.: A. F. Barlino. R.
J. K. Clgnoux, D. I.; B. F. Riley. D.
ames Doughty. P.
Ihe vote betwwen Cleveland and Jonoa
for governor is close, but Jones Is prob
ably ahead. Bartlne, It., is returned to
Concord. Nov. (1. New Hnmiishlre elect
ed a Kovernor, for a term of two years:
two Congressmen, und a Legislature,
which will elect a successor to United
States Senator William 10. Chandler. The
Legislature also elects a Secretary of
Stute, Treasurer, und Printer. The peo-
ile ulso voted upon the question of hold
nir a convention to revise the constitution
of the Slate. The candidates for Gover
nor were: Henry Onkes Kent. Democrat:
'harlcs A. Htlslul. Renublican: Oeorire D.
Kpps, Populist, and Daniel C. Knowles,
Prohibition. The vote of the state for
President In 1S1I2 was: Democratic, 42,(l;
Repuldlcan, 4f),uT)8; 1'onullst. 2M: Prohibi
The candidates for congress were: First
district Cyrus A. Snllowuy, R. ; John 1!.
Mish, 1).: Dr. Kdward L. Cnrr. Pr.:
Joshua A. Whlttlcr. P. Second Ilenrv
M. Raker, R. : Charles McDunlel. D-
David lleuld, Pr.; Klias N. Rlodgett, P.
itepuuueans nave mude a clean sweep.
Trenton. Nov. C New Jersev elected
eight coiiKressmen, eight State Senators,
ami a new Assembly. The legislature
will elect a successor to United Stales
Scnntor John R. Jlcl'hersori. (Dem..)
whose term expires March 4, 18:i.'. The
Legislature also elects a Controller and
The cundldates for congress were: First
district Henry ('. Loudenslager, R. ; John
Wilcox, lJ.: Thomas Terrell. D. Second-
John J. Gardner. R. ; Cuptaln Martin L.
Haines, D. ; William R. Kills, P. Third
Heniatnin R Howell. R. : Jacob Gelssen-
hiner, D. : P. W. Merrltt. P.: Louis JI.
Manning, P. Fourth Johnson Cornlsu.
D.: Muhlon Pitney R.; William V. Ram
sey, Pr.: William C. Kurrack, P. Fifth
James Stewart. R. : Samuel Pursons.
Pr.; Fred. W. Hall, S. L. ; Andrew 11.
Domorest, D. Sixth Richard W. Parker,
R.; Jos. R. Iliichanan, P.; Thomas .Mc
Kwan, Jr., R. ; K. A. Stevens. D. : Theo. W.
Uurger. Pr. Klghtli John T. Dunn. D.:
Charles Newell Fowler, R.; Ralph I'ope.
Tho chairman of the Democratic state
committee concedes the election of a Re
publican legislature In New Jersey, insur
ing tne election or a Republican senator
to succeed JlcPherson.
Raleigh. Nov. C North Carolina elected
a Chief Justice and three Associate Jus
tices of the Supreme Court to 1111 the unex
pired terms, eight Superior Court Judges,
nine Congressmen, twelve Solicitors of
Judicial Districts for terms of four years,
llfty State Senators, and one hundred and
twenty members of the Assembly. Tho
Legislature will elect a successor to
I nlted Stutes benator II. W. Runsom,
(Dem.,) whoso term expires Murch 4. lSllii
and a United Stutes Senator to 1111 tho
term of the late S4. H. Vanco, (Dem.,)
w rticn euus aiurcn i, ircw.
The candidates for Treasurer uere
Samuel McD. Tate, Democrat, and Wil
liam H. Worth, Populist, Indorsed by the
Republicans. The vote of the stale for
president In KK was: Democratic,
Republican, 1W.34U; Populist, 44,7:C; Prohi
bition, 2,&). The congressional candidates
were: hirst district W. A. 11. Hranch,
D.; Harry Skldmoro, R. Second F. A.
Woodwnrd, D.; H. P. Cheatham, U. Third
jonn i'. wnaw, D.; Oscar J. Spears. R
Cyrus W. Thompson, P. Fourth Churles
M. l.'ooK. D. : T. C. Mil Iken. R. : W. F
Stranir, P. Fifth Thomas Settle. R.: An
KUBtus w. Graham, D.; Rufus Amis, I.,
it. Bixtn jumes a. uocKnnn, i. ; oiiv.m
H. Dockery, H.; Charles H. Martin, P,
Seventh John S. Henderson. D. : A. C
Shuford, R P. Klghth-Wllllnm Hf Row
er, D. ; R. Z. Llnney. R., P. Ninth-Wil
llam T. Crawford, D. ; Richmond Pearson,
The Democratic state and judicial ticket
In North Carolina Is no doubt elected by
reduced majorities. The legislature will
be Democratic by a good majority. Indi
cations are that Democrats have carried
seven out or nine congressional districts
with even chances In the other two.
On the state ticket the Democrats have
an overago plurality of from 20,000 to ,-
mm. ine congressional delegation is sol
Rlsmarclt. Nov. 6. North Dakota elect.
ed a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Sec
retary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, At
torney General, Superintendent of Public
Inspection, Commissioner of Agriculture
and L.anor, commissioner of Insurance,
Public Kxamlner. Land Commissioner.
three Railroad Commissioners for terms
of two years. Chief Justice of Supremo
Court for a term of six years, one Con
gressman. It also voted upon a proposed
amendment to tho constitution of the
state, which prohibits the sale of lottery
The candidates for Governor were F. M
lutuer, uemocrat; Roger Allln, Republl
chii, iiiiioibcu ny ine rTonibit'onisis. P"
Klmer D. Wallace, Populist. The Vote of
the state for president in 1892 was: Democratic-Populist
fusion, 17,700; Republican,
17,519; Prohibition, m. The candidates for
congress were: Martin N. Johnson, R ;
Walter Mulr, P.; Dr. Ellis, Pr.; N. G. LlrU
more, D. ; Bud Reeve, D.
Republicans elect Allln by 10,000 plural-
Continued on Page 8.
m 1 1
WANTS OW AT.T, KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LE89
THAN 25 CF.NTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS. EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
AUti INSERTED FRE1S.
ArANTi D - ACTIVE SALKKMEN TO
S"5 per month and expenses paid to all. Gonds
ouiireiy new. Apply quicKiy. r. u. oox, oouo,
Helo Wanted Females.
WANTEU-UIHLS TO WOKK AThHIHT
nianufncturiii. Also inexperienced
I 1 to lenrn. SOLOMON ZACKEilA
Wl Frnklin avenue, third Hoor.
I ADIES CAN MAKE Jtf DAILY BY FOLD-
U 1111? unit Drlili-iicaitii. ! i-fMilii i a fnr nu. nt I
pome. No canviissing. Position pernmnent.
Reply with Btuujped envelope. 4I1SS JIAKIE
" vivid, isniunu. u.
T ADIES YOUR NAME SENT ON
- stiiuiped onvelune will give vou steady
work; good salary. No canvassing. Nettie
narrisoii, Hun Fraiieiseo. Cal.
IOR KENT-?-ROOM HOUSE. (Mi FOUE&T
StrBHt. lmtwuun I linUumi VVnrku And k.rln
uepot. Kent, Iinniire or
M ON HOE bltOWN, Bull's Head.
1j OR RKNT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
L,ackiiwnnna nvenue. Addresi 1 HO.MAS
fcVANH, aear UK Luzeruo, Hydo Park.
IOR KENT ONE HALF STORE. 1M Ponu
avenu.', j;:u pr month.
T?OR RENT NICELY FURNISHED HALL
suitable for lodge roumi JOHN JEK-
"'Ki ii. Wyoming ovonue.
TOUSALE CHEAP TEAMS AND LiVKKY
J- stock. Inquire at 315 Ookford Court.
lOR SALE CHEAP COACH IN OOOD RE-
' Pair. Inquire of OEuHHE MACKKETH,
iw.i Ynsiiuuru street, or blacksmith shop.
Il'OR SALE-JO SHAKES OF SCRANTON
llasnCo. stock. For particulars apply
m v . a.. ' lull uuano street, ispw lorn.
Wanted To Rent
AfANTKD-TO KENT A HOUSE WITH
' eight or nino rooms, with modoru im
provements, in scr.'inton or ureen Kiuifo. Aa
dress HOME. Tribune olllco,
VOU WANT THIS RELIC - REPRINT
I Frank Leslie s illustrated Week y War
lllustratio. a J Htil-18tS5. Two Volume Folio.
J18.o(): payable monthly, $2X0. Delivered by
express complete, Preiiaid. Addiess t. O.
MOOUY, ills Gibson street, Scranton, Pa.
1JLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS; MAOA-
1) znu's, etc-, bound or rebound at lUE
TitniL'NC ollico. (juick work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN HE HAD AT Hi
i'A corner tturueo street und Frauklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for .'M. Good
CEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
U ceived at tlio ollico of the City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa,, until 7M o'clock n. m.. Thurs
day. November 15, 1WU, to f urnlah the city of
nrnnton a lot oi land to be tisofl by tne
city as a slto for house for tho Cumberland
HoseCouipsDy : aaldMte to be within the ThirJ
ward ot said city. The city reserves the right
to reject uny and nil mils.
By order of City Councils.
M. T. LAVKLLE, City Clerk.
Scranton. Pa., Nov. 1, 1MH.
17 STATE OF PHEBE ROAKDnER, LATE
-lJ of tho city of Scranton. county of Lacka
wanna, stata of Poniiflvlvania. deo msed.
Lottors tustainetitarv ueou the above named
esiato Having beon Krautod to tne unuer
signed, all prsons having clnlms or demand
against the said estate will prensiit them fnt-
payinont, ana thoho niaebted tliereto will
pieirso make immeuiatn payment to
JOHN II. (SUM.NfcK, Executor.
'Ji Broad, street, Pittston, Pa.
TESTATE OF THOMAS MULLEN, LATE
J of tho citv of bcrunton, cminiv of Lacka
wanna, stnto of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Letters testamentory unon tho above named I
estato having boen granted to the under
signed, all persons having claims or demands
against the said estate will present them for
puyment and tins') indebted thereto shall
ploaio mak" immediate iniym-nt to
tiiuma j. iiLLLiU, txeculor.
.iisi-ijsiir' (V ItAiN U, attorneys.
YTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT AN
11 application will be made to the governor
of Pennsylvania, on the 14th day of Novemner.
Kill, ov i nomas u. rniuncr. .lamss v. j nn-
son, John A. Law, W. L. Watson and Chanes
II. Wellos, under th act of assembly, entitled
An act to provide for the ir.onru oration and
reguintion or certain corporations, approved
April a. ii4, and tne supplements inereto.lor
ine riiartor or an intended corporation tn
ooca'ied tns "t-rytai L.aite rnra company.
the chnractor and olijoet of which is the
purchase, and sale of roal estate, anil for these
purpos-s to have, potscss. mid enjoy all the
lights, benefits and privileges of said act of
cs.ommy ana tuo supplements thereto.
t. nAKLU.0 a. vt,Ll,r.H,
CITUATION WANTED-A FIRST CLASS
O c Hik mid coed nurse wants situation as I
nnuscKeoper in respoctaoio widower s raiinly.
Will go to either country or city. Address M.
A. ii., 21K North Sumner avenue, Scranton,
CITUATION WANTED A YOUNG MAN.
"i'A ve:irs old. would like a ijoitlon whir I
no can make lilmsuir useful. Must liavo work
at once. C, Herautou Triouue.
CITUATION WANTED - PARISIAN
O dressmaker would iilto work immndlnti-lv
tiy the day. Cut by tho latent Patidan style.
"The Grojt Nymph Svstem." Inquiries and
letters, addi-jss to Mjik. A. LkHLANC, VOJ
ixirtu Lincoln Avenue.
CITUATION WANTED OIKL 1ft YEARS
C7 of aze. would like to make herself useful
snout House. Address "I. 0.," Tribune oliioj
Q2 CUrAC 13 THI BEST.
49 I IVta NO BQUCAKINQ,
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the bottom, which protects you against high
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any other make. Take no substitute. If your
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STEINWAY S SON
KR&NICH & BACK
STULTZ I BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Maiiufacttired at the Wapwnllopen Mills, Lu
zerue county, i'a.. ana ut nil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent fur the Wyoming District.
118 WYOMING AVE., Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORI), Httston, Pn.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON. Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. J4ULL10AN, WilkeH Barre, Pa.
Agents for the Renauno Chemical Com
pany's High Explosives.
THE SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs dally via
BIG 4 ROUTE
(Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
jjouis iiy.j Detwcen
Columbus, Snrinirfleld, Dayton, Indian
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with magnificent Wajtnor Sleeping cars.
Combination Library and Cafe care. Ele
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Bee that your tickets read via tha
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Time tables and Information rheorfullv
furnished on application to
8. J. GATES, Gcn'l Eastern Ag't,
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M. K. Ingalls. President: D. II. Mnrtln.
General I'assongor Agent; E. O. McCor
mlck, Trafflo Manager, Cincinnati, O.
BEIT KB IH0B CO.,Wp.rapl(sl.Sl,000,OW.
BEST Sl.oO SHOK IN TI1K MOULD.
"A dollar imtd it a dollar tarntd." t
This ju lea' Molld Frnnrb Dontolft Kill But
ton Boot delivered fm nnywhoro in tha U.S., on
receipt oi (jn, uonpy urarr,
or 1'a.Ul Kola for 11.60.
Eqnal. evory wny the boots
sold la Kit retail stores fur
t'.'.M). We nmko this boot
ourielTds, thereforo wo guar
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and If any one (a not sailaned
will reiiina mo mono
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yaai ism (a
1. ' '..V-.v.
WALLACE 209 Washington Ave.
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
Washburn-Croshy Co, wish to nsstirc their rviny pat
rons that they will this. Year hold to their usual custom
of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers arc
' of the opinion that it is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will tako
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully three
months to mature before grinding.
Tills careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s Hour far above other
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With time to spare for side trips, if desired. Skirting the sea coast for 18
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The normal climate of this section during the fall and early v. inter h
Tickets include HOTEL ACCOMMODATION'S at points named, as well
as rail and steamer fares for the entire
Write for particulars of this and
W. L. CUILLAUDEU, Traffic Manager.
Moosic Powder Go
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MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND KUSH
DALE WOrt ICS.
Lafllln & Rand Powder Co.'a
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Batteries, Fuses for explod
ing blasts, Bufoty Fuso and
Rcpanno Chemical Co.'s HigaEiplosifes
Ask to see them.
trip. Total cost, $.''2.00.
other delightful trips to
S. S. COMPANY
Pier 26, North River, New York.
Tlie Finest in the City.
The latest improved furnish'
ings and apparatus for keeping
meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Ave).
For parity, and for Improvement of the com
plexion, nothing equals Pozioni'i Powder.