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Dixon Telegraph And Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1872, Dixon, Illinois TBK of tt YM IMM tiy 12S,000 9lOB!7T. 25,000. 61,000. 40,000. 35,000. 10,000. IN N. m 40,000 wiU go 100,000 New aays carried city by 13,000. gain in In New York city will not loit of about State of Hew York goes for Grant by about 80.000 goes Republican by aboat 30,000 Smm we Mm is goes Republican by about 30,000 Island Grant an increased and elects both retoma show a gain oyer yote of 1868. news indicate rery strongly that goes for the Republican ticket by a minority of 100.000. And it now appears that New York State will 49,000 Republican are large gains in go to show that Grant has carried the State by a majority of nearly 15,000. Michigan indicate a majority of 80.000 for Republican gives Grant a of returns Kentucky show falling off in Democratic towns outside of Nww York city show gain of 1,460. Deleware is claimed by the State by from 1500 to This is too much for us to ask towns In Vermont give a Republican of oyer 13.000. despatch from says the Republican majority in that State wm not be len 8o,000. Pittsburgh says in is about 18,000. is a gain in New despatch from says 117 townships show Republican gain of 3,488. " New uid entire by 36,000 for about 8,010. in Nebraska will i 10,000. ^ despatch from Grant will carry fts State by about the conten though Ws the majority will be ten to Gmat 80,000 and elected IbU Republican delegation saya a has giyen 8,000 tyf lay IBI the Jdb oat three In m nine out of ten fa dalm 01 of the m In WiU eitr a bright date it it lor a center Md im te troubled aad Horn The lobe i s T fl o ana A and ft lit hate a tide aad ae or than hate called tion to thia hot at it is a we ' to mite the alio an tanca of their a good inroad for Hi in iter of in their SL 0. 8aMi ia in We with a brief visit where we laid aay to OWF f noni 8if M WOOH 'K t V V W T slow I Judge that and that ander the b. He based hU that the of and bd one in which BAKIK Mt. that mi to H goto uil can wm r -a r grand party of the so we the general and now the largest bands ewer the for this m m mOrn m by 6,0(|. 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