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Daily Citizen, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1892, Iowa City, Iowa TELEPHONE NO. 87 NOVEMBER 1892. A Cold Winter Is before us and now is the time to prepare for it by buying your Heavy Heavy Heavy Heavy Heavy and Gloves lined and Our Wilt stand tbe wear and will give and if you will inspect this department of our store you will be convinced that we have the largest stock and best assortment in the COAST THE AMERICAN VOM TO 8PAEE. Cleveland and Stevenson Have More Than Enough to No Longer Any Doubt of Their tion j he Figures According to the Latest CLEVELAND'S ELECTION Nov. Tribune One of the surprises of the tion is the news from A bulletin received at midnight stated that the democrats were gaining at a rate carried throughout the would re- sult in the choice of Cleveland The news was sustained by later dis- Mr. Cleveland will have at least 266 voles in the electoral Indiana has swung out of the doubtful column and its fifteen votes may safely be put down for the The land electors in Illinois will have over in doubt In Connecticut the democratic plurality is over Idaho's three electoral votes are still in but there is In- dication that they will ultimately be found in the Weaver Kansas is for The lists still claim the and we backed up by several The vote is so close that until the re- turns are all in there is a chance that may In Michigan the returns are coining in ie electoral vote still stands ten for Harrison and four for but these figures may be altered by later Weaver has probably the four electoral votes in isota he was credited with yesterday and the nine votes of the state may now be counted for Thus the only votes for the populist candid and Kansas still m the silver Colorado con- four and Nevada mav have one for and make his total the latest returns from that state IPC that the vote U leaving i for The republicans have conceded West Virginia to the Mississippi Nevada N 4 13 s Is. 16 9 a 17 8 3 6 9 New Jersey New North Carolina II North 3 SB Oregon 4 88 Rhode 4 South 9 South 4 12 IB IB 6 K 8 I Total Necessary for 10 at 3 Si 4 to a 10 3D 11 IS IS The latest returns show that the and democrats have in the senate in order to we balance of The same give the complexion of the house as 129; 215; 10. electoral The following is a table of the toral vote as the returns indicate STATS Whole NO. Clese 11 g I Colorado Connecticut ware 3 18 U How WiU Latest returns Indicate that after the meetings of the several elected this fall the democrats will have 43 votes in tbe United States In the as the situation now the republicans will have 129 the democrats 213, people's parly 10. This gives the democrats a majority ol 84 and a plurality of bat four to five plurality In of Tbt counties an a Com- that land electors ire by plurality and that S. M. Tailor for secretary of has been elected It also figures ten republican and eleven democratic Chairman of the democratic state claims the state for the toy A special dispatch from Columbus S. M. republican candidate lor secretary ot claims his election by W. A. the democratic also de- clans that he has been elected bj over plurality A. Taylor ran behind the head of the ticket and there is little doubt that the Cleveland electors have pulled The official count will probably bo necessary to decide who hag been elected of With this exception the 4em- state ticket Is undoubtedly elected says Cleveland carried the state by The democrats have certainly sained and probably ot the and claim eleven It la believed the delegation will stand as Republicans the 1st John A- in the George W. Hulick in the 8th, George W. Wilson IB the 7th, M. Strong in the 8th, W. B. Enochs In tie 10th, Charles H. Grosvenor In the H. C. Van Voorhis in the S. A. Northway In the W. J. White in the George W. Houck in the 3d. P. C. Layton in the 4th, D. D. Donovan In the 5ih, Byron Hitchle in J. H. Outhwaite in the 12th, D. D. Hare in the A. J. to the 10th, James Richards in the George P. IB the 18th and In the Mat Nov. tie put in the democratic column with The have every in me gains in many showed a plurality of for on seventy out ol counties of These figures art cot but they come from us tuc in c ol by later reports matte the count The table showed ay of in each both fur Harris ou und garl when the Whole list li com- it wiU show a plurality of Cleveland and lurje ones for Mathews and the reii of stale This county haa lone to 1.300 for all its The vole vill rench the prohibition vote crats have elected 10 pt con- tbe in tbe and Oih with the 1st still in doubt Many at the districts are still in but the moit reliable estimates have it that the will 10. house probably re- people's T. Nov. from Illinois counties the election ot the democratic state ticket and also that carries the state by a plurality of over for governor and the state ticket appears to run bo- bind the national have reported on president and failed to gite on Prom returns received it appears that the democratic state ticket ran about even with In- congressmen at The prohibition vote is greater than four years ana tbe people's party wiK poll be- tween and At midnight there is little doubt that the next congressional delegation from Illinois win composed of the low L J. rep. 2. L. dem. a. A C. dem. 4. Julius dem. A. J. rep. R. 7. T. J. rep. 8, Lewis dem. 5, a K. rep. in P. S. 11. R F. rep J. dem. 13. W. M. dem. li Owen 18. J. rep. W. G. W. dem. IT. Edward IB W. S. dem. 19. B. dem. 20. G. V. The according lo latest wIE ti 77; Wilh only six precincts of the county towns and seven precincts of of Chicago to hear from it appears tnat Cleveland's majority over Harrison in Cook coun ty is 31 and majority over Piter Is Nov. It will lake an- other twenty-four hours at least to settla the question of how Michigan has decided con- gressional and electoral D. J. the democratic is still claiming the state ticket and the Senator chairman of tbe republican stato central claims the state by not lesn than the nine or ten electors and olne The republicans have elected nine tial electors and the democrats But out of eighty-four counties in Michigan have sent in complete Those yet to he heard from mostly in the ern portion of the the returns have to sent In other ways than by telegraph or These counties give Rich for governor his Rich's majority over Nothing definite can yet be had JB to tbe vote cast by the and Nov. The democratic In Wisconsin on Cleveland and the state ticket is from to They elect six out of tbe ten und con- trol both tbe senate and ing more than 30 on joint ttw election this winter of ure Hires and possibly mow in the tbe begun will now be con- unlit when the senatorial tion takes Nov. that tbe full will show a plurality The republicans hate carried wn of the eleven congressional beyond In ihe Jst district concedes the election of Gear by MO aud the district is claimed by the republic jna by Tbe 2A usual IK democratic ID the W is by about In the election of by In ihe Sib dem admits the ol by 400 In Ihe tith his election by 1.3M. In thu Tth has 40U In Sib inn In The In Ibe lUth tep hua and in tho u-p about SW are ibc the a law will be as ulist central committees hen claim that Weaver and curried the by from to Thu republican Unit for auditor la de- but w Ul be elected by from BOO to The general at Tupeka in that the re- publican und electoral are fen and moiu than two or three ot tho been The legislature lain doubt Nov. The 7th district Weaver 300 fusion for 3.500 and fusion lor lu the Returns of thirty-seven in the district give Simpson Tlie not yet heurd from gave Simpson majorities two N. Nov. D. W. of the democratic state claims XUe state for the fusion ticket and ilie latter by to 5.000 and the electors by a reduced Be claims fusion legislative has One-half of the counties have heard The re- maining counties will a Nov. from South Dakota are reaching democratic slate headquarters here very teen ties out of in HID gave 041. Mr. lor i till claims the state for Weaver Nov. Latest reports from California on the presidential election in- clude about of all the precincts In tbe state outside of San Pr duels TO and cally of this returns give land 17.90S have fleeted congressmen in tho 1st, 4th and 6th the republicans ably in the 3rd and 5lh The tbe district is still in Nov. Returns from almost of the avals tire In eon has carried tho about DM over the Nov. total lu U to Tbe oue In the for- merly the was Ue worked km. Hi win have u tv of about for la over by a in the slaw will The crats will have u majority of W in tho Nov II republican to is by ty tickets all over the territory ure mixed The democrats and will ihn Nov. The re- turns ure coming in rather but enough Upon secured to the success of state and by from 8.BUOO lu The leg I si mure ly In liolU Tho 1st Jind congressional districts go u while tbo other eight are ST. Nov. turns at Minnesota tiro to Indicate that five tit the Harrison have or mid four of The no elected over by The congressional delegates will four one one Bryan elected over Field In the and over in the The IB probably republican on Joint Nov. from one counties lo ibis state out of would Indicate that the fusion I ticket has elected every candidate from tors to TMs In tbe Arst lime in tbe history ol tbe state the re- publicans bave to elect a portion if not all ot their The republicans con- cede tbe democrats with tbe tlon of Helm for they has been saved by 500 probably not be The majorities at given for congressman from tbe Second congressman from the Firm chief justice of the supreme The crats claim they have elected tbe legislative ticket in this the vote will likely he so clone tbat recount will be demanded by tho side declared de- by tbe first count Should the crats be successful both branches of the next assembly wgl be controlled by the nearly behind the regular democratic in SL Paul and In elected by a plurality of ti majority of on joint republicans of the seven N. Nov. H. ity in New York in at The later returns from Itw interior show increased guina for The prohibition vote bus while that of the people's and labor parties jumped up surprisingly and hug It rather tt is thai there wore votes polled by these third though they elect no Thu new sembly seventy-three and The which holds consists of thirteen republicans and one This insures the election or a ocrat to Prank United Stales The name of William P. Sheeban is but conservative crats that World's Pair John or nome such business as he will succeed Mr. New York's in will consist of and twelve The In the district claimed the election of but the of the district glva It to the present by a I Nov. The vote IB this sute gives Cleveland Cleveland's Four yearn ago it wtM Is probably ed. three of tbe lour claims ol the democratic returns from half of the They may be a little extravagant M to but all On fully realizing their deles I tbe republican managers up figuring early in the but furnished no estimate of the majority The republicans gain three and tbe democrats lose two congressmen in the the ans electing tow and tbe democrats six of UM In tbe lost the Wisconsin tion stood democrats one Under the apportionment law of 1800 Wisconsin Increased its congressional representation from nine to Ths by districts are as H. A. by Charles Bar 3d. John W. 3cm.: George 8th, Owen A. 7th, George by Ionian E. by Thomas B. by The legislature Is democratic in both toe senate and According to their claims the democrats of the 100 elect and ten of the sixteen With their fifteen senators the will bave twenty-five of the thirty-three members of the state If these claims are verified the democrats will bave a majority of on joint In the legislature would be democratic there bave been three senatorial aspirants in the field for some Gen. of Fond du Congressman of and John H. or Each of them nas been particularly in the legislative elections and baa contributed influence m various forms to elect democratic legislative of course expecting them to reciprocate it is their In Hill wai many of Nov. from nils state indicate tho election of tbe republican governor and The will probably be Insuring a republican United States The party cast a MR drawing largely from the The capital election resulted in no dly receiving a majority of all votes Helena with Anaconda second and Butte The choice will now be between Helena and two and another election will be held for tbat Nov. Wearer electors carry the by an estimated majority of P. G. the stiver nominee tor has a majority at over rep. Tbe silver or legislative ticket carries newly every county In the A en tuc Ky. Nov. 11 complete returns show that Cleveland's plurality In tucky will lie over Of the II con- gressional 10 return by majorities from The alone Mends a republican to Nov. Is by a about Harrison ried the plurality being In the of vote as far an reported Harrison's plurality In was The elect ten of the thirteen New Nov. The wti tbat Cleveland has carried the state or New sey by and that for has been by a plurality of next ture will IT. 21; of ot M. The democratic majority en joint ballot Is a net republican gain of t. Tor congress the republicans have carried lit and HA districts and possibly the NUMBER 178 m Dy tins 3.MJ to but MIME elector who was indented by u. ThU claim b BOIKI kave probably their or the The lo Is TIM electoral ticket is in with In favor of Tesus ban by a small Clurk has hU follow I UK ihp fnr All luve in thp Tin S. L' Nov. from und of tM VOIP in that Ibn will an with this is u toss for for by I tin Ihn for lint Ute slide lie hut will behind vote owing til of would not voto C Nov. 1 M- turns arn now no us to a how that thu ilm Therm liua with county usually gl VMM republican U. re- turns ot ut nearly from only a matle ou thu vole at tho August ot tbo M ill not fall Nov. returns from this state give Harrison a of a democratic gain of The van in delegation In the next which bus been thirty by addition of tun will twenty republicans and Nov. In will bn show the clue HUB of all with From party tho election el Uryan ovor In din tr 11 Will continue to In conn TUBS by will IN much Mian and wilt nut exceed will about aud republican lens than Tho total Tho Verier Holler Company of lor NOV. ift nod W No. M tutor No. I and S Mo Active ami No. In demand and 11, Ha. No. No. doing and No. and or and or 3, HA Good to ruled co mm tin Trading fairly runted ui IB for fur for lit with fair Quotations ranged at for for for mill for Per Water Water Water 17fi M DIN tilled on of 1ft per for NKW Ml No. red fairly dull at a t. Ext i-ii New old -A i a 2 anil 17. W Nov. Complete returns from Maryland show that the crats have made great while the licans have The give Cleveland Bid 4.800: In Cleveland's plurality The have carried all ilx ot ibi congressional which gives Maryland a solid delegation In the Nov Full returns show son carried bv Vermont by Maine bv Rhode by New Hampshire by On joint vote New are Nov. for only two given Clove Und Cleveland's Oil state ernor by a plurality of and If fill but returns
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