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STON'E WINS IN hcHNJ>YLVAKIA »
A REPUBLICAN TIDAL WAVE
l'lip Kf-|»itl»l l«-.-m Oaudlffnt**** rinrHi-
it> I- Nearly IAO.UOO.
give William A
'.°oo for governor over
VIRGINI A RESTLESS
A PECULIAR^!ENE IN CAMP.
low. th'- Prohibition end Honest Ooe-
"rni'.:c nt candidate, receieed
edly light support, anti his total vote
The Democrats are Overwhelmingly
will probably not go much above 100.-
000. against IIS.OOH hist year.
Of the 3!» congressmen elected El in¬
purely Republican, erith three did
the Twelfth. Seventeenth and Nine¬
teenth, doubtful and claimed by both
parties. The last congressional dele¬
gation from this state stood. Repub¬
licans. 2~: Democrats. 3.
The Republicans also elected 25 of the
More Trouble in Sight at Gamp
BO senators and 204 members of assem¬
bly. The Democratic and fusionlst net
Republican Senate and House-Hew YorkComes Grandly to the Front COLORED AND WHITK O FFICERS INTERMIN<;I
THE COLOR LINE:*BROKEN DOWN.
Tine Rout is Complete. Sad Times in the Democratic Barn .
Virginia Plates Herself Alone[gide of Massachusetts.Licu-
tenant-Colonel Croxt on Has to Hustle..
Yard..The Solid South Feels Lonesome.~The Stars and To Leave Sot)n for Culia.
Stripes are Triumphant. The Sixth Virginia Raiment ai don't wart the impression to
Camp Poland. Knoxville, Tenn are as th*t they influenced the mengo abroad
yet in a state of unrest, and there are bey orders, simp!; because they wera
roc promoted to any of lh*j vacancies.
as yet signs ol serious trouble anead.
Natura Hf stMJf ste indignant, that ev¬
Thc Ut asl return» up to tba hour of KSBBAIKA GOVKRKOR-KIJSCT BTOSTfl Lieutenant-Colonel Croxton seems ery chance for them ha» been
Democrat? tan t't< | UM 80,000 cut on*
ft »ing to pres* (Thursday evening) in¬
dicate that the election last Tuesday
is Republican. The legislature is the
same way on joint ballot. The Repub¬
plurality"*of greater New York.
Th<- soldi.-* v«)te will cot l>e counted
gain <in joint ballot in nol to
havs been »s prompt in forward- but they h»v»* ua^d »-very effort to keep*
is prohabtj Inject ii M and M, tmt the ing the memorial of the regiment to
j the men within the bounds of the law
wu a Republican tidal wave, and thia licans ga;n a United State Senator. until E>ec. 1. but lt is ix likely that body which elects a successor to Dul¬ Gov. J. Hogs Tyler as he promised he WILLINU TO REMAIN IE TUE SERVICE.
too in an "off year." Nsw H ami-shirk tho.Ualiot from the catu; * wfll led Stat's Senat nains woulu be. As for being mustered out, there* ara-
The House of Representatives is Re¬ ht- result. Theiv would strohgl) 1 :.-|>ubllean. an«i--#the wtjumy not ia d« zen in the whole command
is Republican overwhemingly. tindera claim that, notwithstanding tim TUB MEN DETR KAUS 11>.
publican, they having 186 members seem to bs thu greater probability th.it fight ageinal hun. the senator will con- The men are dc te rmi ned not to servo who but we desire to be mustered
Niw Jkcsct the majority for El mu be in¬ out, wou'd to a man
sure while the Democrats, Silver Re¬
isRepublican by 20,000. The legisla¬ creased.
trol eaoillll memheis of the legislature
to Insure his election if he deei< under the waite officers of the regi¬ bring mustered out rather than pre' serve-
publicans and Kueionists have only ture is Republican on joint ballot. The The figures on congressmen arc n<>t be a c.amli>latc to BU< csed himself. ment. under white ofheers. As to begging:
iee. Democrats lose a United States Sena¬ ihh- at this hour, hut there ai-.' state senatota have ied as The lstest inf. r "nation is to the ef¬ forgive"***-*, th at; has never been don<e
The United State* Senate will be tor. .lions that UM Democrats have follows: Dbstcici 1 Qenrga w Hois- fect that tl e raiment will be. sent to or cve-r will be . WV are of the same-
Nsw York worth, 4. j. Bayard <<. John at*. Trinidad on the eastern coast of Cuba.
opinion we w^re before this ..unfortu¬
Republican by a majority of two over mc dr som<' sains in New York etty
Scott. S. DavM Martin. 10. Hamilton nate sfTAir oe.urred. that i*, that we
ail. The gain made by the election last is Republican by 22 000 The legisla¬ districts. man Sulzer. \v. Ki. e. ii. .i. p. ii. jenkins, li. J, a THK LtlCTKNANT < 3I.CNBL HUMID. have bi-en unjustly treated. The naen,'
ture is Republican on joint ballot.
Tuesday will be ten. A
United States Senator is gained by the The Rough Kider Chosen (Jot-
Itatricf renominated him Btober. it, <;. Bulee. 18. Ma- Lieutenant-Colonel Crofton is bair g. did go before the Colonel, and seals*
Virginia went Democratic as usual. upon a free sii\«t platform, is un¬ eoh h. Kemerer. M. James C. Vaughn. blamed Ly the o'her » filers of the that they regretted thst they had tak¬
Thorp, Wise, Walker and Hubard were Republicans. doubtedly re1 elected H 'l>i% .1 S. Lee. 84. *J. Henry brigade lt ic report*d than lal en the wrong steps to ttecure re drears
counted out Routh Dakota. I,,,,, ernorof New York. .
ttmtK Little is known ac to the votes foi ran. M. Edmund B, Hardenburgh. IS. the white ntlieers have teniered their no th*ir grit-vancMS. and that they hadl
In the Third District, Otis H. Rus¬ senators and assemblymen. The .Harvej \s. Haine* M. william A. Os- resicnatimis hut that. Lieutenint Col¬ preme law nf ihe laiid. but
intention o' mutiny (against the su¬
sell's vote was d< ub'e that of B B.
ia Republican. The legislature is the
burn. Oti. John S. Weller. 40. John R. onel Croxton dtelined to forward them that they
same way. Thi6 is a gain of a Repub- Republicane bad in thc lattin wanted their sroug* righted, and theil-
Weisiger. the Kepull can machine lican United States Senator. Byrne. 42. e'harles A. Muehlbrenner. to the War Department.
Hanover gave L\nib 663, Weis'.ger
95 and Russell 857.
is Republican by 125 000 plurality.
PENNSYLVANIA ELECTS GOL STOKE, a major! j D joint
leaders of the party profess confidence ins. William Flinn. 4C. Alex. U Hawk¬ edTh*1 report that the non-commission¬ ed.
that there will he no material diminu¬
Democrats. officers had a po lot: /.ed to ('roxton
(stative returns from the state ant Heated that they were sorry for
rights as eJtiseai and soldiers res\>aet~
Chesterfield gave Lamb (Dem.) 693, tion of that majority. A Republican thus far received chou Democratic ami their conduct is denied. NO ORDERS TO MOVE.
"Weisiger, 87 and Russell, 316. Oaio >n The Vote of Dr. Swallow legislature \v ill nsuao the election of a fusionlst gains of b-: in the assei»bl\.
In Richmond the vote for Otis H. is overwhelmingly Republican. Only Republican ;.> the United states sen¬ Districts not yet hears1 from will prob¬ THC RIGHT MATERIAL.
No etti *jial orders for removal frons*
Knoxville hive been retie ired iby
Russell, Republican wm 825, B. B About 100,000, ate in plat e Of Den a tor Murphy. ably elect ten cr fifteen Democrats to It is heine plainly demonstrated that command, bu* it is rumorel that our the-
Weisiger (machine Hep.) 189, and John Washington Statb Beery condition i .ii>ic tc the now held by Republicans. The the Sixth Virginia Regiment is com¬ tnovement wilt begin next week, at the-
Lamb (Dem.) 3270. isRepublican. The legislature ia the polling of a full vutc in all parts of th* Quay leaders claim thal ¦ majority of posed of tome of the best and most rate of one regiment a day. This wfft
The Republican vote here is about same way. A gain of a Republican In this eily U no fulfil! the Republicans elected viii favor the spirited men in the state and that they take from 1.' to 15 days to remove all
60W and the Democratic vote about
Russell polled 158 votes in Henrico
Inited States Senator.
Wist Virginia WOK WINS \\ NEW JERSEY. ment of predictions of trouble at the re-election of the senator.
polls. The state deputies, authorized by
wiil rot submit to anything as was at of the troops, and all of the govern¬
The vot»» on the legislative ticket in first supposed
aet of the last legislature, were most ir the counties where the Republican
ment property from here. Much
The policy of regarding a colored lumher, including the stables of andi
County and Weisiger only 64. while is in doubt. Two Republican congress¬ evidence In the east side districts Opponents of Senator il. S. Quay man and a mule as being rqual and tent flooring wili not be transportable,
Limb was Riven 74f». elected.
men are Be Will Be Backed by a Legislature That where the chain bulbing houses art have fused with the Democrats lc very susceptible to the same ^treatment snd aili be disposed of here to th**>
In Manchester, hm own home. Weis- close. Common pleas has played out. highest bidder.
ister received only 08 votes and Russell South Dakota Will Elect a Republican to Succeed James d. The RUUtber Cf arrests mad* elected to fill vacancies injudges were 12 of the 54
47, was balun* rather than beyond tht CARRIED OFF THK LAURELS. A STAND OF COLORS OIVRN.
went Republican. All the congress¬ Smith in the Senate of the United judie ial districts of the state. In fl vc
In North Carolina, the Democrats men elected are Republicans. usual record of a general election, ami of the districts there was no contest, It seems that the Sixth Virginia Reg This command has received a beauti¬
took possession of the election pre¬ States.Democrats Elect Two Congress¬ in many eases the oeeaslon was found and the sitting judges were re-elect -d, iment carried off the laurels in all of ful Regimental stand of
cincts by force of arms and their can¬ Rhook Island to be in the carelessness of reglstratior as follows: Fourth district, Tioga the public parades and that the War are of the nurest Bille, and colors They
men in Maryland.Nebraska Elects a includes tho
didates were declared elected. is Republican. clerks. Fights at the polls were few anc county, John I. Mitchell, Rep.; Twenty- Department officials are unwilling to National Mig, and the state flag of Vir¬
The latest returns show that Wisconsin Republican Governor by 3,000 Plurality. easily quelled. There was no friction Elk fifth district. Clinton, Cameron and muster the regiment out of service. ginia both have 6th Virginia Infantry
between deputies and pollee, one lend¬ counties. Charles A. Mayer, Dem.: U. S. Volunteers painted in
the front side of the flags, andgold, ero-
Cal- rosma is Republican. The result is gratify¬ New York, Nov. 9..Theodore Roose¬ Thirty-first district, I-ehigh county. ors
has gone Republican by 20,000 plurali¬ ing.
ty, gaining two congressmen and hav¬
ing the legislature on joint ballot.
A NEBRASKA SURPRISE.
velt, the Republican nominee, has car¬
ried the state by a plurality over Au¬
gustus Van Wyek of about 20,000. The
ing assistance to tine other in the prise Edwin Albright, Dem.; Thirty-fourth
ervation of order. district. Susquehanna county, Daniel
Knough returns from assembly dis¬ W. Searle, Rep.: Thirty-ninth district,
tricts have been received to show the Franklin county, John Stewart, Rep.
GAMP POLAND NOTES brsidered with gold tassels.
Frank J. Monroe, Co.Roane. Co. C, and
B, have been de¬
Cinn«cticot Republican Governor Klected by a will Republican votea when received
total tailed as color-bearers, and will entex-
Plurality of 8,000. urohahly show falling off as probable election of 80 Republicans and In this city Judges Clement B. Pen¬ ( 6th Va. Vol. Inf., upon their new duties at Regimental
ic Republican bj 15000 plurality. The 61 Democrats, with nine districts rose and William M. Ashman, Repub¬ < Camp Poland, parade this afternoon. Privates Ar¬
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 9..Scattering
legislature is overwhelmingly Repub¬ precinct returns Indicate a political doubtful or not heard from. ('. licans, of the orphans' court, were re¬ thur Bellfield, Company D, and Mar¬
lican. lng all the latter to the Democrats, thc elected unanimously, having received
( Knoxville, Tenn , shall Rock. Company B, will aet as col¬
surprise In Nebraska, inasmuch as they Republicans will still have a majority the indorsement of the Democratic and November 9, 1898. or guard.
Delaware fore cast the almost certain election ol of ton in the assembly and 14 on joint Prohibition parties. Considering the seriousness of the AN AH USING PREDICAMENT.
is Republican by substantial majority. Hayward, Rep., for governor by a plu¬ ballot. This computation, if borne out situation last Wednesday morning, er*
Thc legislature is also safely Republi¬ rality of not less than 3.000. This will by official returns, will mean thc
tion of a Republican to the United Commissioned Officers of the Ninth Ohio. erything has quieted down in a re¬ camp. It was quite amusing.day
Monday was an interesting ia
can. be a reversal of the verdict of 1896 by Bat¬
nearly 15,000. The count thus far ls States senate in place of Edward Mur¬ markably short time. The men fhave talion drills were held. Major J. B.
timm wholly on governor so far as the state phy, Jr., Denocrat. Maj. Charles Young, the commander decided to accept the situation and Johnson drilled the First Battalion, ali
The election of Captain William As¬ ig a West Pointer and his staff is com¬ obey all orders that are
is Republicaa by a plurality of 30,000. ticket is concerned, and as it is the be¬ tor Chanler. I nomi ns posed of Senior Capt., R. R. Rudd ; til their given them un¬ colored officers. The Colonel drilled
the Second, with white fend
Indiana lief that Hayward is running slightly congress fi Lieut. Wilson Ballard, adjutant; Capt. grievances have been acted mixed Many of the boys in fe o! or ed the Sec¬
is Republican by 20 ooo. Th* legisla¬ result on his ticket itstate would make the sional district, by a Walter S. Thomas, quartermaster; upon ; bat they are far from being sat¬ ond express themselves at what a good
ture is Republican by 30 on joint bal¬ remaining offices very good nixed major! t J bj r man¬ Lent. William Wren, assistant sur¬ isfied. time they ha 1 "at rest" while we or
lot. The Democrats lost a United close. The mos: surpricfeag feature of it agers The geon. Yesterday a committee from the. Firs*, were marching up and
States Senator. all is the strength displayed Ly I.. political friends and The officers of the companies are non-commissioned officers waited the the hill in pla'oon movements. dowra
publican legislative candidates, the few tia ('ban1 Capt. R R Rudd, Lieut*. John R. Colonel Croxton in regard to a letter upon even went off the field They
before the recall
Iowa returns received showing them to be by over ! 'juigg's ma¬ Rudd and William Elliott, of Company which appeared in Sunday's Rich nurd was Bounded.
A; Capt. Deaton, J. Brooks, Lieuts. Dispatch,
ia Republican by 40.00* plurality. All even ahead of Hayward. As these are jority two 12.00% Ch*s Caldwell and Wood son p. Welsh, of the and requested him to see all WBITR OFFICERS INDER COLORED ONES'."
of the Republican candidates fur con¬ from but tone or twa counties, ho of Company B;Capt. Harry Uobiusor, a few moments all of ihe officers. In
they fail assuredly th non-coms in In the afternoon we witnessed a nov¬
gress were elected. are prob- Lieuts.
james W. Smith and James the comm*nd were el sight.
plexlon of the «legisiati turna both Br*sleton, of Company C ; Capt. John gathered around and whenRegimental parade was held*
At midnight Chairman Slaughter, of from from tbs C. Fulton. Lieuts. Alfred A. Moore and the Colonel's tent. 'J he article in the ..Officers, tne command was given
ic Republican by 19000 plurality. This thc Republican state entire RepuMloas QOVSRNOR-EI^BCT
Committee, said: RL.T.
C* untie.-, OUtaldC of this
niuniciaplity Emanuel D Has*, of Company D.. have been written letter purported to (white andfront and side
Dispatch was a
is eonceded even by the Democrats.
WV have elected th.
ticket by pluralities of n»t less than eon.jared with that Xor governor
are lucompi tc. but
enough have been Cleveland, o Oas***. by Capt R. Le Ma?u- msivhel un and by side
received m indicate a heavy falling ott .
rier. one of our new captains, and say¬ reported to the cum-
Maihb 3.0OO. and pOUBlMj ! Fi.OOO. We Black, in. 1896. of about 14 per cent. In «n thf ' the state, while the vote ing, in effect that the non-commis¬ manding officer, with Captain Benja¬
will have a majority of thc legislature the inunleipality of New York the old
is Republican by large majority. Every on joint hallot and well sustained. The con¬ Four Colored Men Lynched. sioned officers were tbet-ius* of the min A. Graves, ss the ranking officer.
Republican candidate for congress was publican United St.. will elect a Re¬
time Democratic majority was ap- aning off In the Repub- uprising Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, and very amusing indeed.
elected. i> being
j In thc state from 12,000 Augusts. Gs.. November 9 .A spec¬ that they done become sorry f jr what nyMusician James L. Mickins Compa¬
C, has been sick io quartets with a
eeed Senator Mien. TV I has that of th. 'I'proxlmated figures given ial to the Chronicle from Greenwood. they had and had been to Col.
Maryland* three congi- .: rn York thc S. C., savi»: Croxton'and begged for forgiveness, severe throat trouble for come weeks,
is Republican. The legislature ia the The fusion td in som*- tn Wyck is only about one- A teh phone messsc* from Phoenix, and that they had started the trouble but is fast improvir g and will soon be>
cent, above that of the scene of the race rb r in this coun¬ because they had been disappointed in
returned to doty.
same way. The Democrats l-.se a Un¬ ment furth m the borough of Bn> Captain lfankns is still at Division
ited States Senator in this state. There appears to be a ty at nine o'clock to mght, reports all not securing promotions, and that Hospital but is
had carried th (King r), which in 1S1M> gave
l;-publican congressmen In quiet at that hour About forty arm¬ wanted to be most of the men were dissatisfied and expected out in a few
Massachusetts lurallty of 1XM1. hut district, the Second. ed men are on duty there. Four col¬ mustered out anyhow. days.
is Republican by increasing majorities. MfMiiltii** MaJoviJy in Tf»nnewMf>. about save terday .1
"'th and Sixth; and ored men were lynched near Phoenix THE CAPTAIN'S EXPLAKATIOJV. OOm WEATHER TBSSB,
Nashville. Tenn., cg, who had a majority about two o'clock this afternoon. Pos¬ The weather continues very Gold,
Michigan eratic executive ornum!tl Judge Van VV> at the election last itive evidence wsj secured that they Captain Masurier was sent for and
by William Actor whiteimplicated in the Ab toting of the stated that the letter in question was heavy
OOO majority were sh frosts every night and ice in the
is Republican by 100.000 The legisla¬ lican commitfor aft t
The returns from ma lt
mei yesterday. >ut one hun¬ taken from a private ona that he had morning. The government has allow¬
ture ie Republican on joint ballot. the state are li ' the Albany
te, and in Twentieth Glynn. Dem.,district, been dred wbite men participated in the written his mother who was fearful of allowance while 60 per cent in t he feel
th- ed an increase of
election by lo.ooo majority. has
MiBirauoTi lalnre shows De nw klux altogether. The la¬ ejected and there was
lynching or concealment. noAll his
attempt at hadsafety, that it was not exactl/ as he this cool climate,we srewith this in quartered
ina heine «^imputations upon the Southwick, r,ep. disguise it quiet written, and that it was not intend men have a hard time bur the
ic Bepuhiicau. The legislature is the gressmen. Kijrht vote IV t sx,, Re,
figures at hand, point to a Republican keeping wara*
aaase way oe joist ballot.
A United state throughout thc- plurality in the counties above Harlem It msk' a yon look nice to hare finely here at this in the though more trouble ed for publication anyhow. No satis¬ and many are suffering from colds
Phonix section. The faction wat obtained however, sud the sere
Sletes Senetcr is gatoed. light. laundered cuffs and collars. Call up efforts that have been made to throats- aaa.
J oJL about. 100,OOO,, to offset which.,Ult
| the Richmond Steam La muir y prevent con-commissioned officers considered
bloodshed so far been of no avail. it» reflection upon them, »nd they (Continued on Eighth Page.)