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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAJBL WEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 5 1890 NO 162 A DEMOCRATIC SWEEP CROWING OVER THE BIG VICTORY THK VOTES AKE IN Speculation in Order on hfow It Happened IT WAS A DEMOCRATIC ELECTION Resulting in Change of Majority in the National House of Rep sentatives Hi Kussoll anil Feiin So from MIS Ill11 iso 11 tin It Have lloiits Prohibition uuil Kit lltiyif Lcnscr Hie Solid Knmili Indiana ltmocriitic Iowa A lo Ohio tutt Ielawaro are liriRht Sptits for Re from New York Figure NEW Nov 5 Sim says next house of representatives is evi deiiily Democratic by thirtyfive msjor iy Tio most remarkable result is the over urn in Xew Hampshire The gains in Kaoilt ami Massachusetts very Tho Eouthera states show fcetivy Democratic gains the an wiped out in Missouri and McCcmaa leader of tha Republicans iu tha boose Is badly defeated a Republican district It appears Ciiiifnn will figure again In coriLcres anl that ioetl pride has eecteil MLCsilty iht1 Republican loader Henry Cabot LKUre the author of the force bill through by a small ma jority over William Everett Tha r armo Alliance candidates iu the south liy Democrats are nearly all elected The returns from the imlicite the return of i7 RtpuMicnn an 1 Iii5 Dem ocratif congressmen says Thu Tribune this morning The Tillies says Tho Democrats have c iinMetely over the RepubUcUls I in Me douse of Tho Fif tysec iirrtSi will conist of 332 IXmoirats JOi riirratkin 71 j The Herald tinrrs uc a Demoerui r jur ty of ii tie nexr house of i appear to have a sicht lead in the state assembly j TAMMANY iS INVINCiBLt i Tlie Mriisht tiois Thrtunh iu New York by 20OOO y j NEW Xov Kiil has giined a deceive over the Repub lican ami Cousty Democracy tisiui Grant f r M yo is iioi iikeiy to faE ie for dUtrict at trrny in which it was ex Delnrcey Nicoll the Tammany noniitiee wouM fall fr behind the vote for Grant will show that uhas a major iiy of nearly ilWX ovsr Goff the fusioa T o the Ijrl of Icmien i r ty eleri have nveraij trajor icies f l U J foe sue r c Mirr u e a iil c ti ws llie y iM t vir of Tamrntny can i e In lie ciiy over Sni000 votes i iv iie i cast uir of tlit registration o i suits t rie Votinc Tiip i fri ele red aro thorefoe Taw i riv mtyor Gorman NevrT ti ch ciaiity clerk Arnold pesilent of tiie bo ird of aldermen The i ami rtis carried every eoniresional ti vric ii the city The Demoracy h s a i nae it victory in the assem i i Tioe cted vith live exceptions l nominees All the suc e s in the fourth SixEh i itn Hid Tventystciiul nis ricts ate ilenii crits cetl on tie i ticket i vie yr ea for of the Uo ir i i aiil finen are iu tlie same pry ponin as ib it tnr the assenlblv Dt iiinrHi ic Senntnr Iruiu Tork o made by the Democrats will yive them the leuistriture i on joint Imllnt securinjj the election of a Democratic United States senator from I NEW YORK Xov latest returns fi cm Le various asserabiy districts give i the Democrats sixtyseven and tha He publicans sdxtyoae This will make the legislature a tie on joint ballot The coumvssional gaim la the stats are probably five lor the Democrats The First National Bank of BMdy K V capita 1 J50000 has beeo aucborizpd to betrin THE STATES IN THE EAST MiiK8ec11tuiettA Looks Like a Democratic Stute Likewise Pennsylvania BOSTON Nov 6 hundred SD aii tylive towns and oitiei iacludiug Boston Fall River Taunton Brockton aud bury port give Black mer Fro TOli BrKckett Hep Russell Dem TM338 Tbe fame tONYtis lust year gave BUckmer fT63 Bruckett 65693 Rusaell a net gaia for Russell 10S19 BHSSBlls Plnralitj12OOO The Democrats have swept the state RUSCII Dfm candidate for governorhas a gain of 27 per cent and Brucknt y per oeut Ruselis plurality U 12000 as against a plurality of 6000 for the Re publicans at the last election Congres inen ONeill and Andrews Dttna are re elecfeHl and the Republicans concede the election of Wiliiams and Hoar a nephew of the senator which is a gain of two Democrats in congress THE The Republican com mittee concele Russells elevtioti by abou7000 plnraliiy Following coo grcsstnen are electel First district Rjiniinll Rep Second Morse Rep Tbird Amlrews Dem Fourth ONeill u Fifth Hoar Dem Sixth Lodge Rep Seventh Cogswell Rep Eighth Stevens Dem Ninth doubtful Tenth Walker Rep Coolidge Dem Twelth Croby Dim A KIs 1oliticnl Slomp Nov 5 Tsrentyfoor conniies inciii ling Allegheny bat not in cinaiug PhUndelphtH give Pattison Dem for governor a net rliriuiiv of Thise tveuty four counties gave Bjinnr Kcp in 18S6 a net phirvility ol 12 DM snowin K net Oimacratic jam or 1M73S Phiiaialphia girei a Republican uiijority af At Democratic hesd tr r lie election of Pattiaon fur inr ii claimed by 10000 majority tLturns from different sections of the tHtf show large Democratic gains The Rspublican is probably elected by a duced mMjority ThirtyflTe counties in eluding Allegheny and not including Philadelphia give iattiacin Dera a Dot plurality of 7775 Concedes Ktection The Inquirer concedes Paulsons eleo tion Tor governor j Ktpulilfcan In WILMISGTOS Del NOT i from the twentyseven precints of this city show a Republican gain of over MO The city will probatIy go Republican by a sa if majority Returns from the coon i lies are corning in very slowly Newcas tie county may be Democratic by a smilil j uinjortty bat the Republicans cluim it i Kent and Sussex als in doubt No j fiurnres are yet obtainable from the COUDI ties Present indication point to tha j election of entire Btepublican gtatii constresiional and legislatire ticket buit definite returns may change the result j ew j COXCOBD N H Xov Demi cratic gain in 114 towns is over 1103 and Amsden Dem ii probably elected by tins people and the is jjrobably insurnK the election of a to succeed United States Senn tor Blair McK nncy Dsjin ia elected In the con mil district Tlte tLo cam Second dUtriot Connect lent D Coun XIT thre 13 apparently Republican onjoint ballot by kbout fwentyflve Spwrry Dem in the First and Wilcox Dam in the Second dlatriot are elected to i j Russell Rep is elected in the Third and j the Fourth ii still Rhode Island PBOVIDKXCE R L Nor Dem ID toe First congressional district j elected by 1095 majority over Spooner New Jersey Neirt NEWARK N J Nov 5 Caclman Dem is elected for congress in William Walter Phelps district THE SIXTEENTH OHIO SKeKlnJeyi Fight tluu One of CoLUilBLS O Nov 5A midnight special from Canton the hotnn of Me Kiuley nays This was the most exciting election ever held in Cautott interest cen tering ou the conKressional fight to the exclusion of everyt ling elsei Tbe heaviest vote ever known was polled and business WHS practically suspendoii the greater part of tho day It waf a biy ilay for vestpocket vottrs and this upset the cal culations of political leaders all over tht district Some intense feeliig waA and hard work vrad done by workers lit thp ut At midnight the indcatinns that McRinloy carries Oatuon lay 50 Htnl the county by TOO Reports frnm Medina pouuty are McKinly it running Hbear c his tickat and this is abo the pise in Holmes There was much scritch iug it favor of McKinley at Alliance The Dpqiourma at Ridainlit claim War wicks ulectiou by and the afls claim Mcliinleys eiectioq by from 250 to SCO General KusultH in Ohio oLuMBlTS O Xov At midnight it wan evident that tlio entire Republican itatu ticket was elected by about ISOOO Chnirman Hiihnn at that hour claimed it by X 000 and Cbairraaa Van Cltnt con ceded it liy 15000 Neither would make any estimUes a to tho number of con Krraimnn elected tliousrli Mabnn had messages from McKinleyii clut rict indi his election unit from Footers and bkys indicating he tvsult was Afraid McKlnley KlectiMl COLUMBUS O Nov At a oclock tins morning an official telegram was received here announcing lhal the Democratic con Kression conini ie of MiKinlcys dis trict conffiile liis hii1 H small ma jority The Defiiocrit 0 state executive commitot received the same information from source and admit that they ire afraid that it is true ClnohiniiCl Republican CixcixxATl Xov Tha vote in Him ilum all one precinct gives liati Rp 33ST5 Cromley Dem SU83 Storer Kap KiTiJS Cosgrove Dem H5ii Second Jaldwell Rep Jl733 Brown DUIII 14111 A Heuiv Grounil Swell CoLUMBLs ONov Returns from Pitiua at 1 a m givu Orr Republican nnuiattf for congress 384 majority This district gave Glevelaud iu ISiM and Camybell 8837 in 1839 loster Probably U TIFFIN O Nov La tea returns from the Eighth district Indicate that is elected by SIX majority over Footer THE VOTE IN INDIANA Very Mngre Rtporti Bat Decidedly Democratic INDIANAPOLIS Nov Democratic state central committee claims that the slate has gone Democratic by 20003 and that one Democratic congressman has been gained Ten townships give Mathews Dem Trusler Rep 181L In 18t8 the same townships gave Otevelund 1691 Harrison 2328 Democratic lossi 225 Re publican net Democratic gain Fifty townships give Mathews B 994 Trusler 8993 The New Law AVorkcd Wiilt The Australian ballot law worked like a charm There was no confusion about the polls and none of that noisy demon stration to influence voters that charac terized other elections As far aH known 10 floaters ia this were influenced ay money The precincts were reduced so that the vote might be polled in twelve boms Where tests could lie made tha vote was polled at the rate of forty bal lots per hour Democratic Qafn The Democratic gain so far as received averages about eighteen to the precinct lid t maintained will give them the state by not less than 20000 Twentysix pre cincts in this county show again of 182 over the Democratic poll which made the city Democratic by 1700 The city and county are Democratic by about 3000 The returns from congressional dUtricts very meagre but shov gains in mil Va iderburgh county in the First district gives Pare t Dem for congress eff m i leiili I the vite t fvi yiiars IKU when h was elected by plurality of 93 The inicntljnn point it the election of Dtmjcratic coTarass tnrn in the Firnt Seconl Third Fourth Ft th Seventh Eighth Tontii Eleventh Twelfth and Thirteenth districts th3 Re publicans carrying thi Sixth and Xlnth THE chairman of the Democratic committee claims majority 3f not lets than 16000 m the state ticket ind ten out of the thirteen members of Dongresi Congressmen Elected PLYMOUTH Ind Xov F Shively is reelected congressman from the Thirteenth district by 7M majority no increase of sixty A L Thomson county representative acts 840 Demo cratic majority TEBRE HAUTE Nov indi cate the reelection of Elijah X Brook shire Dem over James A Mount canai date of the Republicans and Farmers Alliance in the Eighth congressional dis trict About half of the Democratic ticket in this county was elected More than 10 Jper cent of the votes were thrown out on account of irregularities SETMCTCB Ind Xov point to the election of the Democratic candidates on county and district tickets by increaed majorities Congressman Jason EL Brown Dem will be reelected by a largely increased majority in the third district BLOOMISGTOS Ind Nov VT Cooper Dem is reelected in the fifth congressional district by about f00 ma jority IN THE FARTHER WEST Indicate It an Off Tear lor a Fact CHICAGO Xov special to The Herald from Dem Moinea says that Iowa gone Democratic by increased ItieB and that Democrats elect wren congrewmwi a gain of Btx Dis Monm lowm Nor kondnd and thirty nr r 1 IgU The vote polled in lowu yestenlay was dot as larse as expw el when thefavor able condition of the weather is consid Farmers to preferred to Ubor in their corndelds rttlur than to out and mingle with their fallow citi ztbns at the polls This fact cost the SB publican party dearly Congrrssmen Probably Klected It is probxble thit the followins Detno crttiic congressmen are First dis trict J J Seerley leconil district llgh nle in tba Fifteenth anj it looks mav n Kithiau Dem Clirries the Sixteenth Lane probubly the Fortuau looks like t lie Cpmin8 an frooi the Eighteenth The U in doubt aud Morris Dam runs ahead of his ticket in the Tweo tioth In most Of tho districts DjIUO cratic gaini or Republican loiaes are re Cojk County Election THE SOLID SOUTH SOUTH claims the state by 5000 majority and all ter I Hayes Third district Carl F Ooe hundred and thirtytwo prccinctj Fifth district John T Hamilton Eighth out ot hecity showed following district A R Anderson Ninth district Kdward S Wilson Thomas Uonman The Republican CODDem 5T11 Franz Rep H US grxssional candidates certain of election Dm 153WS are a follows Seventh ilistrict John A Jamtis HGilbert Rep ll50 This is G Hull Tenth district P a that caa be told of tbe election liver Eleventh George D Per nere kins 1 he districts which seem to be in doubt are the Sixth and the Fourth Eighty precincts show a net Democratic n ElceCrd grtin of 1S12 on the vote for secretary of i Anywhere siate The Republican state committee j CUICAOO Xov 5 Tha folloninjr a n oeiveJ from Columbia S C Returns are coming in slowly but show the ahso 1 lite failure of the negroes to support the j Haskell ticket and in various sections they voted for Tillman Sif outcf tbe seven districts are certainly Democratic A telegram from Little Rock Ark says News from the outlying sioual districts receive by the Demo j cratic central committee indicates the 1 election of a solid Hemrcratic ilelrfrnti n iucliulinuHrcckiuridge in the Second iivl Cate in the First both of whom un seated by the Republicans of the Fifty As for tho rest It may be stated that including Virgiaia Tennessee North Car olina and Missouri not a single Repub lican candidate for congress been No It imbllcnii from Virgin CITY Xov dispatches received hero late last nteht from Wheeliiip Va indicate the elec tion of the entire Democratic delegation in congress Wilson Capeharde and Anderson Dems the dispatch says un doubtedly are elected anil Peudleton from the district is probably elected Maryland All Democratic BALTIMOBE Mil Nov sends an nnbroken Democratic delegation to Mclvals defeats McComas by about nnd Comptoa vsias over Mtidd by The other Democratic ma jories are in the thousands Very Cloae In Michleait DETROIT Mich Nov 5Returns from all parts of the state will ho late and from many points it has been already an nounced that they will not be forthcom ing till some time today Th guberna torial candidates are making a close run with the chunces in favor of the Repub lican nominee The olaim tho First Fifth Sixth and Seventh congres ional districts with the Tenth doubtful The Republican committej claims that not sumcent returns have been received to an estimate upon DETROIT Mich Nov hundred and thiryfour districts give Turner Rep for governor M IH7 Wiuans Dem HTlJ Returnsiu 209 precincts including fifty sis in Detroit give Turner Hop i5959 Wimans Dem aTC85 The indications are that tho Kepublicans elect Cutcheon in the Ninth district aii1 Stephensou n the Eleventh The Democrats elect Chip man iu the First Whitney in the Sev enth and probably in the Tenth Looks Republican Iu Miimuaota MINNEAPOLIS Nov is hard to predict the result of the election in this state but it looks as tiiougii Ma rrlatn Hep would be elected though by a Jiuuh reduced majority Returns are joining in yevy si vly both from the ciy and country Miunenpolis and St Paul 150 Dmjcraiio but tho Ru imblican iManiiers claim thit the votu in country for Marnnui will more than ffse l his Snider Hep tor congress in the Fouith ditrict may be defeated The three congressmen aiu in all proba blity eetel Kepulllcans claim the s ate by from SOJOto 1000J plurality IVB Deiuocrrts estimate The Deinuertts t iree iid are hopeful lor governor but il IH tijit Mrridii Hip is elected by small majori y HHW This fer OUAHA Neb Nov 10 oclock from tivtr the state are too scarce 0 base positive assert on but indicate lie dec ion of 13oyd iie choice of time D mocratic congress ami iljcdiuil of Prohibition Ttiu iiajorily l iie will be about 15ljOO Tim majority the prohibition amendment is esiiina ed at wOM Ru nnis from tweniyniin precincts show a H publican los and a Democratic DEPEW WAS EMBARRASSED The Gicat roti Aboot tke New Plan of Votliij XFW YORK Xov 5 and varly mnrninj Chauncey M Depew was M iito the pull ing booth in the Six teenth cCion of thu Twenty first assembly district to cast his A bunch of nnfoM ballots was hnndctl him and he directe1 to a little prepare his vote lie tsttyed there four in i n uos 1liouifhe Know How He advanced to where tlie inspectors stood to receive vote with nn air of nml s iiil nih to for governor i vote t liis ami he hamleil a single Ono Democrat fioni Kiiiinai HAS CITY Xov 5 Rturiu frnu mi tha slate ticket inlisate the inor Humphrey o plurality For ninny years Kansas will Krpubllcaii deeijatioti to Djmocral in elected and the Seveulu dis 1 cti if CJiiv icin by thu first time In end a broken congress n the First dUtrec trict is iu doubt Wisconsin Klectn Peck LKliE Nov 5 Vt this hour the indications are that tle billot to the inspector I do not wish to vue these and bo hId out a bunch to a ltit IIDllnt All tha You must excuse me said tSie first inspector lint Mr Depew you have folded your ballots in correctly You should have the printed inscription on the outside I am forced to ak you to return to your covpt and fold them correctly You might as well tnke these hack with you also said fie second inspector They are all the wrong WHV Mr Dcpew made um trip to the little closet where he refolded bis btllots Then be came out with a very red cast bit vote aud departed II Wan Too ColiI for Cleveland NEW YoiiKNov 5 Cleve land walked up to the polling Iark avenue and Sixtyseventh street la the Twentysecond election district of l c o Democrats have carried the state lectins the Twentyfirst assembly district at 930 ncrnor atiu tiie rest of the stat ticket a m yesterday Thirty voters were in hey have gained ore congressman in the line waiting for nn opportunity to Milwaukee district and there is strong for their churn of electing another u the Third congressional district How It In Frisco SAN FKACICO Xov Repub leans lead iu tiiis county and city Re urns from the stale are coming in slowjy nit so far they are favorable to Miirkbam iep The Republican state committee claims he stats by 7000 The legislature will be Republican Itesult In the MINNEAPOLIS Nov 5 Xorth and outh Dakota the Republican anddatos re by majorues LOIL are educid Curler Republican is elected but the official count will robably be n censary RETUHNS FROM ILLINOIS That Ittil rartiea Cluim as tha liejult of the Balloting CilCAGt o oo the stata icket are coming in slowly only ounties iu the state exclusive of Cook las thus far been heard from The vote if tbee on state treasurer gives iep a net plurality of 28 K over Wilson Vm The Democratic state central com ijiiiiee claim that they have certain y gained three congressmen and prjoibly five ami that they have carried the state y a good majority from the Dlatrfctft The returns from congressmen are vary ncomplele Eveu in this city it ia not nown for certain whether Mason and Taylor are elected or defeated but it looks ike defeat The other two districts will return a Itepublican and a Democrat n the Fifrb district Hopkins Rep ilected while the race U said to be close n tbe Sixth In the Seventh Henderson s reelected and in the Eighth Hill alao Repablican The Tenth returns Post and tbe Eleventh shows Republican osses The Twefh elects Wike Dem Springer carries the Thirteenth Rowell be Fourteenth Cannnn is havinz ppor their ballots when Mr Cleveland arrivid He stood ut the end of the line a moment iiid then turned up his coat cellar ani Endeavored to settle further down in his cvercoat The nir was evidently too cold for him for after standing a moment he suudcUred and remarked that ho would return wlen there were not so many ehcad of him ICIectfoa Fight fn RICHMOND Ky Nov A general light is reported at Irvine Eitell couny In which two persons were killed and ser ural wounded John Wilson superin lendeut of public schools and D R Lilly son of Judge Lilly were killedand Grant Lilly dangerously wounded lols were the weapons nsed and the lrouble grew out of the election TrlrJ lo Stuff the Ballot Box SAX FKANcrsco Nov man baa aeen arrested for attempting to stuff tha ballot box in the Twentyninth assembly ilistrict Disappearance of a Ruulan Blver The town of Saratow in the southeast of Russia has just sustained a serious loss it has lost a River Volga The vrater of the river has for some time past been deserting the right of the stream upon which Saratow U built and flowing exclusively in the left arm which ia about a mile and a quarter distant from the town The former bed of the stream is now quite dry and is nsed as a road to convey the passeaigers and goods which arrive by the steamer to the town Iv has been decided that it is necessary to connect the town with the left arm of the stream by a bridge the construction of which iviil cost about don Graphic Stewed fruit is far nicer cooked slowly in cold water than when pat on in ing jwater and cooked rapidly Royal Baking Powder Leads All The latest investigations by the United States and Canadian Governments show the Royal Baking Powder superior to all others in leavening strength Statements by other manufacturers to the contrary have been declared by the official authorities falsifica tions of the official reports   

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