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Daily Citizen, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1892, Iowa City, Iowa TELEPHONE NO. 87 I0WA CITY, IOWA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER II. 1892. A Cold Winter Is before us and now is the time to prepare for it by buying your Heavy Clothing, Heavy Overcoats, Heavy Suits, Heavy Caps, Heavy Underwear, and Gloves lined and unlined, Our Boys'Suits Wilt stand tbe wear and will give satisfaction, 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 city. COAST EASLEY, THE AMERICAN .CLOTHIERS, IQWA CITY, IOWA. VOM TO 8PAEE. Cleveland and Stevenson Have More Than Enough to Win, No Longer Any Doubt of Their Elec- tion j he Figures According to the Latest Returns. CLEVELAND'S ELECTION CONFIRMED. CHICAGO, Nov. Tribune says: One of the surprises of the elec- tion is the news from Ohio. A bulletin received at midnight stated that the democrats were gaining at a rate that, carried throughout the state, would re- sult in the choice of Cleveland electors. The news was sustained by later dis- patches. Mr. Cleveland will have at least 266 voles in the electoral college, Indiana has swung out of the doubtful column and its fifteen votes may safely be put down for the democrats. The Cleve- land electors in Illinois will have over plurality. Californiads in doubt In Connecticut the democratic plurality is over Idaho's three electoral votes are still in doubt, but there is In- dication that they will ultimately be found in the Weaver column. Kansas is for Weaver. The popu- lists still claim the state, however, and we backed up by several newspapers. The vote is so close that until the re- turns are all in there is a chance that may swing. In Michigan the returns are coining in slow- ie electoral vote still stands ten for Harrison and four for Cleveland, but these figures may be altered by later advices. Weaver has probably .lost the four electoral votes in Mlnne- isota he was credited with yesterday and the nine votes of the state may now be counted for Harrison. Thus the only votes for the populist candid -Idaho and Kansas still m the silver states; Colorado con- "ting four and Nevada three- Ore- mav have one for Weaver, how- Pver, and make his total eight, the latest returns from that state iudicat- IPC that the vote U divided, leaving i for Harrison, The republicans have conceded West Virginia to the Minnesota. Mississippi Montana..., Neoraska.. Nevada N Hampshire. 4 Georgia........ 13 Idaho...... Illinois..... Indiana.... Iowa....... Kansas..... Kentucky.. .Louisiana.. Maine...... Maryland... s Maasachuse Is. 16 9 a 17 8 3 6 'is 9 New Jersey New York. North Carolina II North Dakota. 3 SB Oregon 4 Pennsylvania.. 88 Rhode Island.. 4 South Carolina. 9 South Dakota.. 4 Tennessee..... 12 Texas......... IB Vermont....... Virginia....... IB 6 Wisconsin..... K Wyoming...... 8 I Total Necessary for choice. .R8 10 at 3 Si 4 to a 10 3D 11 IS IS 'ia "e The latest returns show that the pop- "sts and democrats -will have n'te in the senate in order to we balance of power. The same .returns give the complexion of the house as follows: Republicans, 129; democrats, 215; populists, 10. electoral The following is a table of the elec- toral vote as the returns indicate it: STATS Whole NO. Bar- Clese Wra- fn. 11 Arkansas- g California...... I Colorado Connecticut Eel: ware 3 18 U How Congmm WiU Stand. Latest returns Indicate that after the meetings of the several legislatures, elected this fall the democrats will have 43 votes in tbe United States fen- ate. In the house, as the situation now stands, the republicans will have 129 votes, the democrats 213, people's parly 10. This gives the democrats a majority ol 84 and a plurality of M, Ohio. CIHCTHNATI, Nor. Enquirer's flg- ores, trlth bat four to hwr from, five plurality In of TOO. Tbt taissing counties an democrat! a Com- mercial Oazatte (rep estimam that Cleve- land electors ire ettdsen by plurality and that S. M. Tailor (rop.j, for secretary of state, has been elected It also figures ten republican and eleven democratic congressmen. Chairman Farley, of the democratic state Committee, claims the state for the toy plurality, A special dispatch from Columbus soya: S. M. Taylor, republican candidate lor secretary ot claims his election by plurality. W. A. Taylor, the democratic candidate, also de- clans that he has been elected bj over plurality W, A. Taylor ran behind the head of the demo- cravic ticket and there is little doubt that the Cleveland electors have pulled through. The official count will probably bo necessary to decide who hag been elected sec- retary of state. With this exception the 4em- oumie state ticket Is undoubtedly elected Ex-Gov. CampbeJl says Cleveland 'has carried the state by The democrats have certainly sained three, and probably four, ot the districts, and claim eleven rmembers. It la believed the delegation will stand as follows. Republicans Storertn the 1st district, John A- Catdwell in the ad, George W. Hulick in the 8th, George W. Wilson IB the 7th, Lmber M. Strong in the 8th, W. B. Enochs In tie 10th, Charles H. Grosvenor In the H. C. Van Voorhis in the JSth, S. A. Northway In the IBth, W. J. White in the SOth. Demo- crats: George W. Houck in the 3d. P. C. Layton in the 4th, D. D. Donovan In the 5ih, Byron Hitchle in iheflth. J. H. Outhwaite in the 12th, D. D. Hare in the A. J. to the 10th, James Richards in the iTtb, George P. Ikcrt IB the 18th and TnomM fofenson In the Mat IXDUKAIMUS. Ini, Nov. ll.-Tte Hocsipr tie put in the democratic column with pt-rf-rt asiffiy now. The have Hgui-esfrrra ne.uiy every twunij' in me --late IndiL-atiujj sts'j.1 gains in many ttjumle.t Tlieir showed a plurality of for Cltvt-lBttd on seventy n.lve out ol Wuety-tuo counties of siaie. These figures art cot official, but they come from L'ouiity rtutrnien us tuc vxsct count, in allbutafe-w c odered, ol Utese estinuktes inemued by later reports matte uftej the count The demuctatlii table showed ay couiitiea ma- jority of voles, in each foimlj, both fur Harris ou und Cleveland. Cbairmuu garl claima tliat when the Whole list li com- pleted it wiU show a plurality of P.uOJ [or Cleveland and lurje ones for Mathews and the reii of (be stale ticket. This county haa lone to 1.300 for all its offlwru. The pirty vole vill probali'y rench the prohibition vote I'he demo- crats have elected 10 infroiK-ra pt con- gress, tbe reyublicana i, in tbe dtli and Oih districts, with the 1st diitrift still in doubt Many at the districts are still in doubt, but the moit reliable estimates have it that the SL-naie will PtHEd: DcmtH-r..ts, tM, republicans, 10. house probably snniis: re- publlL-ans, people's T. CHIOAQO, Nov. Remrna from Illinois counties Indlwite the election ot the democratic state ticket and also that Clfvcl.ind carries the state by a plurality of over Altgeid for governor and the state ticket appears to run bo- bind the national ticket. Msiuy coumles have reported on president and failed to gite fifitim on ifovmiiar. Prom returns received it appears that the democratic state ticket ran about even with Altgcld, In- cluding congressmen at large. The prohibition vote is greater than four years ago, 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 to) low ing; L J. Aldrkh. rep. 2. L. McGanu, dem. a. A C. Dutborow, Jr., dem. 4. Julius GoliWer, dem. A. J. Hopkins, rep. "R. R. HIM. rein. 7. T. J. Henderson, rep. 8, Lewis Sicuard, dem. 5, a K. Wheeler, rep. in P. S. Post, rep, 11. R F. Mnrsh. rep J. J, MoOnunoid, dem. 13. W. M. Springer, dem. li Owen Scott, Uem. 18. J. G, Cnnnon, rep. W. G. W. Fithfan. dem. IT. Edward Lane, dem, IB W. S. Forman, dem. 19. J, B. Williams, dem. 20. G. V. Smiih. rep, The legislature, according lo latest returns, wIE stand: democrats, republicans, ti democrats, 77; republicans, i6- Wilh only six precincts of the county towns and seven precincts of the.cUy of Chicago to hear from it appears tnat Cleveland's majority over Harrison in Cook coun ty is 31 ,748, and A1L- Keld's majority over Piter Is SG.m Michigan. DXTBOlt, Mich., Nov. It will lake an- other twenty-four hours at least to settla the question of how Michigan has decided con- gressional and electoral 'furors, D. J. Cam- pau, the democratic chairman, is still claiming the state ticket and the legislature. Senator McMillan, chairman of tbe republican stato central committee, claims the state by not lesn than the legislature, nine or ten electors and olne congressmen. The republicans have elected nine presiden- tial electors and the democrats Bve. But seven- ty-four out of eighty-four counties in Michigan have sent in complete returns. Those yet to he heard from mostly in the north- ern portion of the state, the returns have to sent In other ways than by telegraph or telephone. These counties give Rich (rep.) for governor MO.flSl; Morse, his opponent, Rich's majority over Morse, Nothing definite can yet be had JB to tbe vote cast by the probibitionlau and populists. MTLWATTKEB, Nov. The democratic pln- rallty In Wisconsin on Cleveland and the enilre state ticket is from to They elect six out of tbe ten uongrtMtmen und con- trol both tbe senate and assembly, hav- ing more than 30 on joint ballot, as- aor. PKCK. ttw election this winter of dem- ure aiwmy cptntmiico. ivne Hires and possibly mow -and [dates in the ntld tbe tuwpalgniHs.' alrvadv begun will now be con- tinued unlit January, when the senatorial .elec- tion takes pluie. Iowa. DxsMoiHKS, la.. Nov. that tbe full will show a plurality The republicans hate carried wn of the eleven congressional beyond question. In ihe Jst district Seerloy. dem., concedes the election of Gear by MO aud the district is claimed by the republic jna by WO. Tbe 2A dibtriut usual IK overwhelm- Jnply democratic ID the W diNtrffcl Hender- son, is rteleoted by about In iheWU, Dulltir. dem., conteilt-t the election of Updt- srafJ, wp.. by In ihe Sib liumiltou, dem admits the elecOoii ol Cousins, rep., by 400 In Ihe tith Lacey, rep.. cUluis his election by 1.3M. In thu Tth lluU, ren, has 40U plurality. In ibv Sib Heiiuuru. inn l.MX) In The ilifier, rt'p., In Ibe lUth Dolllver. tep hua and in tho lllh Ferliiiis, u-p Uiu. about SW ludioutiouK are ilitu ibc toiul loteof the a law will be abuut divtdnl as Kt- publicuu, -HW.tXIU, populists, prohibition. Ntn-. Demotralicandpop- ulist central committees hen claim that Weaver and Lewrlllng him: curried the siaiu by from to Thu republican coutml toatiatttee admlid Unit Uruce for auditor la de- feated, but t'Uims tlitit titnlth w Ul be elected by from BOO to majority. The general buliui at Tupeka in that the re- publican .state und electoral tkknls are fen led, and iiot moiu than two or three repub llcan vougrubamun ot tho .eight been chosen. The legislature lain doubt WICHITA, Kan., Nov. The 7th congres- district Weaver a, 300 majority, fusion for Governor. 3.500 majority, and Simpson, fusion lor congress, lu the nelwb- Returns fromtwen- ty-nre of thirty-seven countlea in the district give Simpson S.K3 majority. Tlie twolvo not yet heurd from gave Simpson majorities two Dakotai. FORKS, N. D., Nov. D. W. Ma- ratta, chalrOiau of the democratic state com' mittee, claims XUe state for the fusion ticket and governor, ilie latter by to 5.000 and the electors by a reduced mniority Be claims fusion legislative tioliet has won. One-half of the counties have beet: heard from. The re- maining counties will shotf a aemocralic gain. VANK'roN, S, D., Nov. Jft-Returns from South Dakota are reaching democratic slate headquarters here very slowly, teen coun- ties out of in HID xiu.lt) gave HaiTlson, S85; Weaver, ricvclimd, 041. Mr. Pceffilf- lor i till claims the state for Weaver CHltl'nriiiu. pjtANCisco. Nov. Latest reports from California on the presidential election in- clude about three-flfths of all the precincts In tbe state outside of San Pr duels TO and practi- cally of this city. Tbcne returns give Cleve- land Harrison, Weaver, 17.90S Democratfe have fleeted congressmen in tho 1st, 4th and 6th the republicans prob- ably in the 3rd and 5lh districts. The rcftultin tbe Ttb district is still in doubt. OMAHA. Neb., Nov. Returns from almost tSree-fourtb9 of the avals tire In and'Harrt- eon has carried tho sMlu b; about I, DM over the Weuvur electors. CroUfiM MlMourt. KiKSASCJTT, My, Nov. total lu lltMouri U t'loae to Tbe rtiputilkiwit oue coivtrewnmn. In the llth dUtriut, for- merly demotratiu stronghold. O'Neill, the pnvwut uoiigreasnan, was .10 rturf Ue worked km. Hi tie. Joy, oov.-Rr.Rcr STOVE. rep., win have u plural! tv of about Stone, for governor, la chYltiJ over Wnrnrr by a pin- rullty upnroxlnmtlng Olevi'hiud'n plii- niltty in the slaw will tx> The demo- crats will have u majority of W in tho legisla- ture. GUTMHIK, O_T.. Nov II Klyiiu, republican delvgatp to eoiiKrrs.il, is eleclfU by iOOO, Coun- ty tickets all over the territory ure mixed The democrats and nlllitnuu will huvtt ihn laturo, NASHVIU.E, Twin.. Nov. The eloclion re- turns ure coming in rather rilowly, but enough httvo Upon secured to guomutfii the success of ilemourutlu state and miUonai by from 8.BUOO lu IKMMO plurality. The leg I si mure avcrwliulm- ly deinocniUo In liolU hnincliua. Tho 1st "and Jind congressional districts go ronulilleiui u uiunl, while tbo other eight are ilinnocrutu; ST. PAUI., Minn., Nov. Il.-Tho Blmiltun rw- turns at Minnesota tiro sufllcicntly uompletir to Indicate that five tit the Harrison dpatani have nlurnlllloH or mid four of The fUKtoi) elector! no LOREIfZO CHOUlffiE. (rep.) elected jrfivernor over Vaiwyck by The congressional delegates will suind four republicans, one democrat, one poptiltst; Bryan being, elected over Field In the First, and Wliilcliead (rep over Kluln in the Sixth. The legislaluie IB probably republican on Joint ballot. Colorado. DBtfVBB, Col, Nov. from forty- one counties lo ibis state out of nfiy-ilve would Indicate that the democrat-populist fusion I ticket has elected every candidate from elec- tors to constables. TMs In tbe Arst lime in tbe history ol tbe state that" the re- publicans bave raited to elect a portion if not all ot their ticket. The republicans con- cede tbe democrats everything, with tbe exccp- tlon of Helm for governor, who, they claim, has been saved by 500 votes. Tbfi hope, however, wftl probably not be realized. The majorities at given are: Weaver, Waite, for governor, Bell, congressman from tbe Second district, Poncr, congressman from the Firm district, Z.WB; Qoddard, chief justice of the supreme court, The demo- crats claim they have elected tbe legislative ticket in this county; the vote will likely he so clone tbat recount will be demanded by tho side declared de- feated by tbe first count Should the demo- crats be successful both branches of the next assembly wgl be controlled by the democrats, GOV.-ELKCT NKT.BOH. nearly fi.OOO behind the regular democratic in SL Paul and Miumwpallii, Ktiuto Nelson, rop., In elected govcirnor by a plurality of ahouiT.SW. LcglHliitirn reiurm arnHtlllln- complntobiillndlcuLo ti ropiiblloan majority of about? on joint ballot, republicans oleutnlx of the seven congressmen. York. AT.KANT, N. Y., Nov. H. -Cleveland's plural- ity in New York Btulo in cntlmaled at The later returns from Itw interior countltN show increased guina for Cleveland, The prohibition vote bus Increittud ellghtly while that of the people's and sonfu list- labor parties jumped up surprisingly and hug It rather clwo tt is eatlmwtHd thai there wore votes polled by these third parties, though they elect no Thu new as- sembly seventy-three democrat! and Bfty-flve The which holds ovar, consists of ulifhtetin democratN, thirteen republicans and one Indopendunt democraL This insures the election or a dem- ocrat to Hucceed Prank Htscook United Stales senator. The name of William P. Sheeban is suggeHted, but conservative demo- crats belicvtt that World's Pair Commlfmloncr John Uoyil Thutcber or nome such business as he will succeed Mr. iltticouk. New York's repreupnliitlon in eonqreau will consist of twenlv-two fluwociata and twelve republlc- anu. The In the IMth district claimed the election of Lefevor, but the Hcroi-olTlclnl flgurcs of the district glva It to Cox, dem., the present IncumbeuL, by a I pluralltv. Caancntluut, HABWOBD, Conn., Nov. The vote IB this sute gives Cleveland Harrison, Weaver, auutterlng. Cleveland's plorntlly, Four yearn ago it wtM HM. TheenVlredumocratlcttckel Is probably elect- ed. ulect three of tbe lour congruss- toen. claims ol the democratic managers, wlio returns from half of the state. They may be a little extravagant M to figures, but tbatis all On fully realizing their deles I tbe republican managers pavr up figuring early in the day, but furnished no estimate of the majority WtnRt them. The republicans gain three and tbe democrats lose two congressmen in the state, the republic- ans electing tow and tbe democrats six of UM ten. In tbe lost coDfreis the Wisconsin delega- tion stood eigbt democrats and' one republican. Under the apportionment law of 1800 Wisconsin Increased its congressional representation from nine to ten. Ths congressmen-elect by districts are as fol- IMTX: First, H. A. Cooper, rep., by Sd, Charles Bar win, dem.; 3d. John W. Babcock, rep.; JohnL. Mitchell, 3cm.: Stb. George H-Brickner. dem.; 8th, Owen A. Wells.dem.; 7th, George B, Shaw, rep., by S.TiiS, Bib, Ionian E. Barnes, dem.. by Sib, Thomas Lynch, flem.; lOtb, Nlis B. Haugen, by The legislature Is democratic in both toe senate and swembiv According to their claims the democrats ciect of the 100 elect and ten of the sixteen senators. With their fifteen bold-over senators the democrat1! will bave twenty-five of the thirty-three members of the state senate. If these claims are verified the democrats will bave a majority of on joint billot. In anttcipatiijh the legislature would be democratic there bave been three senatorial aspirants in the field for some time: Gen. Bragg, of Fond du Congressman Mitchell, of Milwaukee, and John H. Knight, or Ashland. Each of them nas been particularly interested: in the legislative elections and baa contributed influence m various forms to elect democratic legislative candidates, of course expecting them to reciprocate whrre it is wiihin their power. In Hill wai many of BBTTB, Moat., Nov. Ketnrns from nils state indicate tho election of tbe republican electors, governor and congressman. The leg- islature will probably be republican, Insuring a republican United States senator. The peo- ple's party cast a MR voto, drawing largely from the democrats. The capital election resulted in no dly receiving a majority of all votes cast. Helena IcadH, with Anaconda second and Butte third. The choice will now be between Helena and two and another election will be held for tbat purpose. Nevada. Nov. Wearer electors carry the ftate by an estimated majority of P. G. Newlands, the stiver nominee tor congress, has a majority at over Woodhurn, rep. Tbe silver or Stewnrt legislative ticket carries newly every county In the A en tuc Ky. Ky., Nov. 11 Aimo'rt complete returns show that Cleveland's plurality In Ken- tucky will lie over W.OJO, Of the II con- gressional districts, 10 return democrat? by majorities ranging1 from toT.OOO, The llth dLiirict alone Mends a republican to congress. Nov. Oov. JlUBsell Is refllected by a pluralltyof about Harrison hasoarl ried the stale, plurality being In the neigh- borhood of T1W vote as far an reported IB: Harrison, Cleveland, Bid- wall, pro., Harrison's plurality In !K8i was ax.OCT. The rupubllcans elect ten of the thirteen congressmen, New TKEKTOF, tt. J., Nov. The wti tbat Cleveland has carried the state or New Jer- sey by and that dem., for governor, has been eleoM by a plurality of next Irgltila- ture will tttand; Bepubtlcanrt, t; democrats, IT. republicans, 21; dem- ocrats, Totsl of republicans, io: ot demo- crats, M. The democratic majority en joint ballot Is HI, a net republican gain of t. Tor congress the republicans have carried lit and HA districts and possibly the NUMBER 178 tnrve m urritan Dy tins ramrlnf (win 3.MJ to s.fcM. but MIME elector who was indented by u. ThU claim b doubtlew oorreev BOIKI Cirr. Idaho, il.- kave probably elouMid their Hiata tlehet urftt uwjoHty or the The rop.. lo MtktnvM Is coiiofdod, TIM electoral ticket is in doubt, with In favor of Weaver. Tex., Nov, Tesus ban elrciMA iloeg by a small plurality. Clurk has hU follow I UK slnuu ihp anti-Mum Nitguul, fnr governor, rttiw All luve bt-c-n tTinnii'il. eioapt Qrenlvam, in thp tlalvuitiun dlntrlot. Tin CuU'MBlA. S. L' Nov. I'oinjilelu from tHtmivnine Onuiulo-. und usUuHUM of tM VOIP in otliers ludktkto that Ibn rortUHIn. tbliBtme will Mn'y I'lostrty an ftil- Mvvw rtoxTlanU, til.tKW; llHrrlmm, Wnttier, S.tKW with ywira this is u toss o! for Cleveland, auiHiunWil for by I tin lildiffeivnL'Mor Ihn allliiiit't1, nntt ubUM tliw for llniThon. tJov Tlllmaft lint Ute slide lie hut will (nil behind vote uliOUL n.Ottl, owing til llio uctlon of CKlrtiM antt-TDlmiinites, wlio would not voto IcrTiU- man, HAI.Eiail, N, C Nov. 1 Cutih'fflnslounl M- turns arn now no fut> i-amplMe us to a how pwih tivt-ly that thu ilenmcnim liavn fleiuwt Breniincn InillillstrtuiM tiivf ilm tilt. Therm WilSiantH, liua nntjority, with county tuhcui- (com, whluh usually gl VMM republican majority, DiUMiNtiMAM, Altt., Nitir. U. re- turns (rotii forty-Mix ot Hlxty-xU toiwties Clovulatut'tt mtijorliy ut nearly iKl.OOO. nitunw liavo from only a cuniiUea, Clovelatid matle KUIIIH ou thu dftnouratH vole at tho August HLOIL- election. Ulialrmmk Svcllpy, ot tbo deuioeriillu aommlllup, ClovuUnd'ei mnlortty M ill not fall uqluw Arkunnnii. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. Rfflneil returns from this state give Harrison a pluiallty of tn, a democratic gain of The I'ciuinyl- van in delegation In the next congi-cnx. which bus been Increiwed rrom twcntv-dKl't thirty by addition of tun will conslsl.of twenty republicans and ocrats. Kooit.Ark Nov. jarlty In tliu xutn will bn UO.UOu. Rotnriw ccivod show the clue HUB of all riumuuratlc fircssmen with mujorhien ningliig From iMHijilo's party tlulniltik' tho election el Uryan ovor Dlniinoro In tliu din tr lot. JAUKKOK. MlHH., NllV 11 -MlHMlttrilppl Will continue to bon'ornwontiid In conn TUBS by diiinocraltcctuiKVi'HHinon. Tliu Htatu will a-lidtn pluwiiity. vot'i IN much nmullrr Mian exiiui'loil and wilt nut exceed Hldwiill will luivo about aud iliu rmutlaiml republican -oluutunit tlukri lens than Tho total rcglHiiuLloii Tho Verier Holler Company of Souili lor Qntln, ICto, CHUIMIO, NOV. ift IJull nod nflgli'dcil, SyrliiR psicnM, Kyo, tu.i whoul W (VU3iM.nO; HlrnlKtitN. Liulud fUMlur. No. aciinti, M tutor ftialy auilvu inifl Htnudy, No. I and No, S Yellow, 'iSWiMO! No, Mo ,1 Yellow, NovumDur, December, M.iy. Active ami lowisr. No. Dncenibur, M.iy, In fulr demand and lower, 11, aliiiilWui Ha. !t White, EMOftic; No. S, No. Llltle doing and unuliitngctl. No. a, CBBb, MLje; November, Uucnmbnr, BVc, and May, UX. Hamplus or No, U, and or No, 3,
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