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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas <3l DO YOU WANT $15.00? Call at the jYEWS office! rtHd sec Jww you can gel itr li�lnir,il l)jr i> Plurality nfTen Thonsand-llie UnURM Uel.ira-tlon In the Vlrcy-seoond (tongresa will ntand, Alliance 6, Republican 1, Democrat 1-"Vile l^]|[1sle,lnre In tho bands nf the Opposition, And senator lns�U�' Re-oleotiou In JDoabt..; . ( Kansas City, Nov. 6.-The agent of the New York Associated Press and tho Western Associated Press to-night sent ihe following despatch of the Kansas election as follows: Baaed ou cfflulu), unofficial and estimated returns, the He publican candidate fur governor is probacy beateu am out of the Bcven Republican congressional candidates aro defeated. Benatorlugallt.' re-election is a subject of grave duubt. That to the situation in Kansas. Tnere wun a land Blide, a regular.ava-, lanrt-c, tu KanBU8. ihe 82,000 Republi-�>o*ti nli'jurity was overwhelmed by its io.iue and burltd lieneaiU thi crushing weight. The Farmota' Alliance, did it> � au.0. 1C wah a ^euumti* surprise. Every ; political prophet, pradio'o.i great ttreugm lor tiie Alliance, out only ine most ban-gulue ul even Uie lural Beers re gurucd lis huccefcB an even a pto^v ability. The cnar-Ces lor tue Dduuiocuta aeemud uiuun un^uier luuhuiuth aa the Alliance auengtii Wus conccued as ueplet-lug to au enuui Vatlug degtee, tuu vigor of me Republican party. Ou mo eve ui the eiecuoa .uumiuiio,j (clap.) e/as con aideroil a prooaumty, itjuiuB-u (I)tjui ) a possibility und willuo (e'drtuura a liaiitit] not in u. To-day tuu reiurnB lautle.. Wlllita tun juubaul., winner with Humphrey uiid Uubimou neck and necfc for lue secuuu place. The Republicans louu uix out of the bov en eongrehtni.ui and that io unotber aurprimi. : Fur tuu ilr=i umo in mauj years tne Bund Republican delegation in orokuu, aad bruitaii to' fiagmenis. Unly one Kapumuian escaped tuw wreck, ana he-tfi ttuu.U. 11. tfuuaion, fruin tho See onu u;sliu;C. The Democrats were successful, and pheuouuuaily so, in the Firot uiulnoi electing liiviiniB Moonlight over (Jab aaothur aurpribe lies in the iivtei-bie defeat tor re-election of Senator iu-galls whOB� term espneB in 18fll. lh Farmers' Alliance and the Uemocralb waged a bitter campaign againbtbiro ami in many diBtncte combined to eitc opposition representatives. The result is the election of ninety-five Farmero1 Alliance aud Democratic lepieoeuta-tivee, ugoJ^Bt thirty Ucpublicaan. Most of the latter and some ot the Farmers' Alliance men and Demo crajo may vote for Ingalle, but his opposition claim that those newly elected who oppose him together with the oppo iltion hold overs will give a sure majority n�aio�t him. Tms now looks to be a correct statement of Mr. iDgallx' sit uatiou, but it is subject to modification. One hundred anu aovi:iity-thrtfe towns ad precincta give Humphrey, ltepub i. -an for governor, 28,438, lijbinsou 18, 880, Willus 23,618. Twenty to�/u� and precincts in Fir&i district g "e liruderick (ltap) for gresa 2,087. aloonligat (i)jiu.) 1,474 lark (A.) 743. Bee �ud Liiatrict-Fourteen tviwnt* an'1 precmas mve Piuutjid (lf-"P,) 7,228, (Jiiapman (l)oru ) striot-19 towns and precincti give UcKall (ltep.) 8,573, Baker (A 4,916. / Saventh District-24 towns and pre cfrnjvs gW� Hallowell (R^p.) 0,710, Qimp �oui^,)7,48J. ^ Gi-eac lleuiH. Qbkat Rbkd, Ean., Nov. 5.-[Speclni. .The eleotlon returns are nearly all in and tho indications are that lijbinson will carry the county by less than 100 msj iritv. Bimpson's majority will bo about 200 and the Alliance county ticket is elected with the exception of district clerk and pobbi ily c u.iy superintend ent. The Alliance penple are fierce an there has been one stabbing affray in which Bants, ctudidute for lleu'onant g tveruor waa ntaboed by Qord in Bnerimn, an Alliance man caused by a tew w iri', and Vlr Oiraway, editor of the lley inter, was attack 3d l>> another bel'io me Alliance fellow, but met with inglnriouB dtfaat. They (vili anci.)kept the ci'y all lust nlnht in un rest by their demeanor and pandomoni urn reigned supreme. j beatatho Republican nominee by 200 rha-j jority. Mies Carrie Liudley, Fusion enn-lidato defeated Harman (Rep), nnd Lewis, Fusion, ie elected county commissioner. Othor Republican candidates are given majorities varying from 200 to 700. Thompson, FuBion, has 800 msjor ity. Hroderiok h&e a plurality of 620. Tho vote was a light one. being 1.200 short of what It was In 1888. The He-publican streneth in county, according tovoto is 1,000, People's party 1,100, Democratic 000. La Oyffnn. La Cyonk, Km,, Nov. 6.-For tho flrBt timo in twenty or more years, tho Republican majority on the county ticket in Linn county ha� been obliterated. Nineteen years ago under the Grange reform excitement the Republi-cans lost all but the sheriff. Yesteiday'a result went further for by a comtti-atlon of the Farmer's Alliance and Democrats the entire Republican county ticket, including commissioners won defeated by msjiritieo ranging from 01 to Bli). Humphrey ba� 319 voteB over Willits. RobinBon bus 825 iteo. Allen curried tne county over Funnton for congreBB by 20 plurality. Chapman for cim�reBt*, from present re-urtiB, received 178 miij >iity. B. H. Allen, People's and Dom cralic candidate for judge, received 260 msjotity in Li'Jii county over West, Republican. The opposition candidate for the legislature whs lected by 812 raujori'v nver tho Republican nominee, river 3,800 votep, practically ft full vote, wai cist. l��tiurdla, Concobiha, Kio., N iv. 5.-Full returns from Omud oounty gives Humphrey 1,417, U blnaon 035. Willits, 1,904, Phil lips ,1,1580, DiviB2IO>, Warren (D*a>.) 125 D.vid titeel', Pmple'a party naorti d-*te for r^preewnTa'iv^ lu the Twenfy-s'xth dln'tic. is elected by 410 majority, E^erlv, Pfopl-V r.amlMat tor represt*n. taiiv- In t"e H^ven'v fif'i distrlo'.nlei'ted by 340 mij 'ri'y. The D-ir.onratle ticket Tta* ab�nd�noci on everjthiDg in thi ptun�7. Tiib people's riar y e"ei\tt>d th^ )iuiity tickpt h�re from 200 to 000 plurality. The llapub'lcan state tioaet orhparea 'with Elumpbrey's, BUwalbs. Hiawatha, Kan., Nov. 5 -Complete [returns show that all Republican candidates are eleoted, with 'he exception of freptateaUtUe. The Fu�ion candidate governor 1,140, Uohlnson 210, Willits 1,880 For aticrnev ^eueriil, Ki-ll.itg 1,283,^08,1,500 F.ir congreB". I'lililips 1.U8U, Warren 178, Divis l,B0ri. For represeniailvp, Hamli (ltep.) 1,172, Mo UonUey (People's nnd Dem ) 1,'.03, The entire People's county ticket elected. WlctiltH. Wichita, Kan., Nov. 5,-Tho total vote for Humphrey in Ihe city is 1,038, for Robinson 4,009 and Willits 422. Returns from the county corae in very slow �nd yet four four townships to hear from. Tbe county tui far ae heard from gives Humiilirey 1,500, Robinson 5,560 and Willits 728. tlnilowell for emigres 4 600, rflmpBon 4,9000. All the Republican couu'y ticket is elected. Douglass f Rep) in elected representative and the two i�;herB are Alliance. Oaruotr. Gajinett, Kan., Nlv. 5,-Almost complete t'eturnB from ail preclude in Anderson county give Humphrey a plurality over Robiusoii uf 750, over WillitB 000. Funston carries the county by a plurality of 300. Alexander, People's candidal for rt.'prpfteutp.'ive, i* elected by 70 roiijority. The olllcial count will not cbango abovetistiuiato but little. Fort 8c�lt. Fobt Bcott, Kan , Nov, 5.-It if. yet iraposbib'e to determino at thia hnnr what, if nny plurality, Humphrey and FunBtou haye in this county. The Peo pie's candidate for ultorney general has a majority over Kellogg, the Republic m candidate. Toe entire People'a ticket is elected except Nutzsn, for clt^rrt of the district court, who is beaten by Peoples by fifty in*} irity. In the* Twen'y-third representative district Fortney tne I'rtople's candidate is elected. In th* Twenty second dm1 riot, Wm. Rice Is elected over General Rice, by twenty-six majority. _ Liberal. Liberal, Kan , Nov. 5.-Returns from the townBhipB of Seward county are cot all in yet, but it is known that the following are elected: I. F. Porter (Daro.) for representative, H. F. Vexaels (Uem.) probate judge. J. F. Mctntyre (Dem) District cierk, David Kern (feiiplbV)coro tier, J. K. Beauchaup (People's pan.) lor c lU'iiy attorney, Mltjs Alary Mill* (lade pendent) for county super nte .dei.t. Liuenil city and township give Humpri-ey 43, and RobinBon 33, Ke.logg 49 and Joes 45, Hallowell 50 and BimpBou 42. MnPliornou MoPiieihon, Kan,, Ni.v. 5.-Vote of MoPhi-min. county: Humphrey 1,674 Wii in 1,020, Ribinsou 7ud| Hnllowell 1,027, buupaon 2,200. Tha Alliaoce iio^b mem^ern of ;h,j legislature, ti:u ��Minty atwrney f.ud aiip-truitendeut of piil.'lic schools. THE ELECTION. Later Roturna Only Tend to Oon-flrm Former Foars. The Republicans Sleet a Veritable .Waterloo In Kvcry Impfirtnnt Northern Slate. lui.i. Ioi.a, lCin.,Nov.5.-AUe3C,iunty glvoB Huwyhroy 1,430, K>bioson 810, Willit8 042. Tjo ontiru Republican county lickot is iilecbtii. FnajSAti's plurality will Im> ub 'U', 00J, Mia piur ihw in the entlio >ii.if.iict is entimated ut 3.2U0. fiurii.ii oil?. Oai:i>i-:i; Citv, Kan,, Kov. 0.-[Spcc-i'll.J -Fiuney county givea Hallowell 121 iri'J uitj; Qtrfielii county 125; Gray o units 20; Kearney county 52; Hamilton cohdIj 83; Btantou county 40; Bceverie and filortuc counties uotyet reported. GlrurU. OinAiro, Kan., Nov. 8.-Willits hss 95 plurality over Humphrey for governor in Ornwford county. Ives' majority over Kellogg is 1 52t. Clover, People's and Democrar, tor congceBshas 1,380 major, ity over Perkins. Allen for judge has 1,634 majority over West (Uep ) People's party electa'botb. representatives and Vdry county (.f&Ger and alio commiB loner in the First district and every township oillcer. Dodge our. Douok Cits-, Kan., Nov. 5.-Returns frjm all but four precincts glvo Hum pbrey 643, Robinson 454, Willits 88. For congressman, Hallnwell 528, Bimpson 448. 6. M. Hoover (Dem.), is e'ected �r. tie legidature by a maj irity of over 100. Tne Democrats elected four out i^f six 0 unity i Blcerii, giving the Republicans the count) attorney and probate jiidg" fne precincta to be heard from win giva a Republican ui' j >rlty of about iS. Mautid citr. Moukd City, Kan.Niv 5-Complete r-turun from all voting preel eta io Lii n county shows that the aatire Farmers Alhauce county ticket ia elected by ma-j iiltiea rangit g from 100 to 500. J. W, fucat'r, an auti lug.llH man is olec'cd to the legislatu'e bv 200 mnj irity. Gov nrnor Qurnpbrey bits 800 p'tirallty ov*.r Willita. aud FunBten, tor congress, haB a plurality over Alton, Hulluii B�i.iNA, Kan., Nov. B.-Complete un 001 :ial returns from this county give Wil its a plurality of 908 over Humphrey, Roblnaon n close third. John D .vis, At llaoce for congress, has a plurality ot 810, P. H. D .Inn, Allison", tor legiBla lature, has a majority of 875, with the entire Alliance county .ticket elected by nearly the �amo majority. WatdUnclon. Wasuiinoton, Ivan., Nov. 5.-Wf.ph-iuglu:: county gives Willits u> plurality of 074, over Humphrey. Davl?, FAimeva Alliance, defeats Paillipo by 203 plurality. Kl iluraU*,. I5l. Dokado, KaLi., Nov. ~i.-OtiBcarries Butler by 40'J ovor Kelly, Wlllita S00 er Humphrpy, and tho eutire Altlanct-siati', county uud township tickets are elected. Topekn, | Toi'eka, Nov. 5-[Special.]-Returns from oue third of the state gives Humph rey 14,000 plurality over Wlllita. Both parties are claiming the election. Kowarrt. Howaud, Kan , Nov. 5.-Clover's mo. Jori'.j lor congress, in Elk county, ia 150, t'ne People's county ticket, including representative, is eltcted by from two to thieo hundred. Halstkau, Nov. 5,-rBpeoial ]-This city u�v� Humphrey 149, Willita 81; Kellogg 150, Ives 108; Hallowell 152, dimpsou 185. Lyons. Lyons, Kan,, Nov. 5,-Rice county complete, urn ilioial, m�j iritiea: Willits 204, Ivbs 481. Bimpson 553, Psi couuty ticket, 450. feopi'j. Piiatt, Kan., Niv. 5 - Full vote of Patt count}: R ibliiBOu 19', iluinphrry 714, IVuiifj, 93S- UiHoweil 7ij'J, Siuip�.,u 1,1.07. Fuolft. Paola, Kan, Nov. 5 -Miami county will giv* Humphrey 100 to 125 plurality over Willi's Fnnston, for oonBr�es, 75 to 100 over Allen. Browne (Ro) i� eleoted c'duty attorney. Z rch^r (it p) i-� elecuid superintendent of achonip, Tb� Alliance elects the balmoa of lb* lickst, including the two representatives. Iiidpp ndeun�. inoepbndenoe, Kaa., Nov. 5.-Tbe DemocraticAHiauCB ticket ia all elected in Mon'ttoraery cnunty, save county aup^fintentieut and c. mrnfetiioner^, who ate R'pi|l>H-'*rn�, G.ivi�rnor HnmptireyV olutality lo 3U0, OI v-r'-i 200, � : Hunpbiey 083 R >riln�n* 6M. Wil'itu 671. Por con. MnNall (d'P) Oil. B.k�r (\) 1,144 Tne straight o .un'v AMtance ticket la eleoted hv v. 6-O'Uwa county oomplete gives Humphrey for Vlro In Oolivpr. Dt'.NVltii, Col, Nov. 5 -Fire broko out tn tne rtur of L Total's lumber yard on Ninth and L irrimcr street* at 11 t/cli ck to nigti', au.d TiotwitbBtanding ihn lire ili-liarimeot which v::i* promptly on Iim tl in response to tivo alarms, the flames hud a,-read nearly all over tho yard before the wator could bo turned on, Trie 0 ime. quickly pnsssd tototheSr. E.ffio ho'el, MeyersLiquurcompauyand O cir'e drug store, while a number of omnll residences just across the alloy were givon up to tho llimee, the fire ia under control unless a strong wind comes up One unknown m-an was burned to death in the hotel and bts charred remains now lie at the coroner's. 11 Is reported that another man and two children were cauitht in the Bam-> build log aud dejtroyed The truth of this rumor will not be known before tomorrow', when the inmates of the hotel will be nc counted for, Tbe cauaft of the lire is unknown Tne lo�B cannot bi accurately fl'im�'�o to nighr, but will probably be over $100,000. The Nfcxt Hoiixe Tortnln toboOverTvlielui-fngly Deinacratlc, Ovor tho Couililucd Opposition of tbo Republicans and Furmcr'a Alllanoa-Oanuon U�f�atcd- Feunsylvnnln Qonn Demooratio-ftlls-nourl * loots a nolld lt�moorHtlo Vo - IcresilonHl IJeloantlon-Illinois Vory pilose aud Faliuer'it Ohnnoes tot United ?tntes donator are Abont Itven. Ouicaoo, Nov. 6. - Groat interest has been folt In Illinois tu the outcome ot tho vigorous cunvaoa which Gen. J. M. Palmer haB mstle for ihe election of tho majority of the general tt�6embly on the joint ballot. E^rly in June the Democrats departed from tti'jir usual custom, uamed Geo- Pnluii r luotato convention aa ibo seiiatoriul can didate egaisst Charles B. Farwell, '.hi-pr.eaeut incumbent, and Gen. Palmer made tt personal canvaoo 01 iho state in behalf of lim party. The Republicans tauvo bao au udvantago of nevoial memberB iu me politics of hulu-,.Vdr oeiintur.', aiul tnii. alonu has prevented tbo Democrats from carrying tho general aaiembly, it ludm d tney have iioon uuaucCfi^ftit. Botn p^rto-i-to night are claiming ft iu=J ntty Oj joint ba lot, and the Democrats uro hopeful oi electing Gnu. l'alcior to ruicot-oii ti."'-ut ir Farwell, In the doubtful dlstriciB through..ut the atntf cho lleinucraia have alnio?t uniform!!} woo by ttlecing two mnjority reprraeu tatives ay w.-ll t.s a ueuutoriu th.-, ui-iric. where senators t\vre to be eleot.ei], I'bt-liouse will certainly be very dive, wrirh the chances in favor of the DenucratB on ibo fiico oi tbe incomplete returue. Too D.-iaocra'B do not concetto tba' the Republicans have carried tlie lliinr.ii^ federal hs:euibiy on j .iut ballo*, ut.d Ui* retult sei-ina tircatly in doubt, li.v. JohK M, Prtlmer, the Democratic cumli date for United S'*t.uBona'Or, telcyraiibs the Associatcil Vtmi ar, follow,: "11} In'oroitttion is }et loo tnesgre to exprom >iu opinion oo. tbo result of the election." Tne fnllowin,; are the con�vi.'�jiieii otoct^d from ths ntatoof IHUoup: Fliat district, Abaer Taylor. (Rep ) Bocond district,Lawrence li. A'.cliinii, (Duo.) Third district, Alton. E. Durburrov,-, (Dem ) Foiuth diattict, Wi-.lWr O. Sowl�riy, (D-ru ) Fifth district, Albert,! Hophlnp, (Itop.) Suth district, Robert R. Hi", (U-o ) Bevnnth tllatrict, Thottinn ,1. itonui son, (Hep.) Kgnth district, Charles A. Hill. (Hep) Ninth diitrict, L^wi^ R^vson, ( top.) Tenth district, Vnlilp S. Post, (ltep ) Eleventh district, BeDJimin T. Cable, (Dem.) Twelfth diatrict, Bcott Wiko,(Dsm.) Thirteenth district, Wm. M. Sjiringer, (Dem.) Fourteenth district, Owen Bcott, (Dem ) Flfteonth district, T, Bunny, (Dem.) Sixteenth diatrict, George Fitluan, (Dertl.) Seventh district, Eiward Lino, (Dem.) Eichieonth district, Wm. S. Foreman, (t)�m ) Nineteenth district, James R. Williams, (Dem ) Twentieth diatrict, Geo. W. Smith (R�P) Late returna from tho B'xteenth con gressional distri"t of Xllinojo indioatetliat tne Djmocrat'c ooni?t.en^raen, Fi'hian, ha^ been defeated by Boeder, tbo F .rm �rn Mutual citultila*.1, by a majority of 230. Th:s la probably cor'ect, and wil Uoive ti'� IllinniB deleirat.lon It Duno-crRti>, 3 Republicans and 1 F. M. B, A. r> .i.siiio Danvii.lk, IU., Nov. 5.-Uomp'eic on frtcUl r.-turt'B 'ro^i all tho conet|t^ ii. this co'igreaeloniti diatrict give llntev n plil'-li'v over Cannon of betwtin 500 mil OIK). Con .rennmau Cone on to-night con-eeao'il Lla defeat. 880 mnjority. Grenter Interest is mnni-festeil ihan in any election over held in this county.___ PKNN9Yl�VAN\!V. PrrthADKLi'OiA, Nov. 5-Tho estimated pluralities from olxty-Qve of sixtyfoven conntiBB in the state give Pattisou, Democrat for governor a not plurality of 4,-792, The two missing councier, Elk and Warren in 1885 gave a net Republican plurality of 3B8. Tho elcctiorj of ratti-aon by ovor 5,000 plurality is conceded by all Republicaaleadereandjournala, The Democrats have certainly gained two congressmen and the figures are so close in three other districts that the official computation may show at looBt one additional Democratic member in the delegation and possibly a Democratic gain of four or five. The latest returns from tho twenty-eight congressional districts of the state, show tho election of eighteen Republicans and ten Democrats. The present delegation from this stato stands twenty-onn Republicans and seven Democrats. Complete but unofficial returns from every county in the state give Patterson (Dem.) for governor n plurality of 10, 299 over Dfllamater (R-p) The candi flatftft for lipntAniUlt-. irnVflrpnr, .er.fn.njj of internal affairs, Mesara. Watres and Stuart are no doubt elected as both run far ahead of Delsmater. Pittsburg. , FiTTSiiBKO, Nov. 0.-A Greenville, P�., special Buys: E P. Oillraple, (Dem )was elicted to congress from tho Twenty-fifth district, defeating Alex MeDowoll (lt�p) and Thomas W. Phillipa ([ml) by 2,771 plurality, This is tbe d'Btrict in *hlcb it wan alleged that btiherv hut! boon resorted to to seoiire Mr McDowell's nomination, tho outcome of the charges beine, the candidacy of Phillip. McDowell's vote exceeded Pnlllipa' by 271.__ KEillLiaKJ. Omaha, Nov r>.-ouarlea Ogden, obair-roan of the state Democratic central com mittoe, claims Boyd's election by from 5.000 to 7.0C0 plurality. Ho claims nil 'be congressmen and thu entiro state ticket. The election of W. .1. Bryan (Dem ) over W. J. Connell (Hop ) from the, Fitbi 'linnet and WUImm BIcKnKan Dem octutio and AlllaiiCA candidate, in tbe tocond district overN. VJHarlan (Rep.) ia now conceded. Tho Third district it> -till in doubt. Tho three candidate". D irs�y (P.�n ), Thompson (Dem) and McKarg,n (Farmer's AHiar.ce) are run-nituj nock uud neck,and it will tako another day, and popsibly two to ascertain which of rite, torfia is olecTed. .tome; R B >yrl (Dem.) for governor.carried rlii� (Douglai-) county by over 12,000, with hree more precincts unreported, whi-h wi'l probably increase his m�jority to 13,000. Reports on the legislature are Incomplete, The returns Indicate that prohibition is defeated in the state over 40,000. committee -aid to.night, that Wade (Rep ) had undoubtedly defoated Ryan in the ThirtceLth congressional diatrict. He places Bland's (l)em.) majority in the Eleventh at8,0u0; Wilson (Dem.) in the Fourth at 1,500, and Byrnes In tne Tenth at 1,500. The Democrats, he said, would have a majority of prot�bvy TV on joint ballot in the legislature and tbat they had elected their state ticket by at least 40,000. If the i Democrats have a majority ou Joint bal I lot in the legislature, and there ia no doubt of tbat, it will assure the return of Senator Vest. The constitutional ] amendment tojadd two judges to the supreme court bench and to give tbe court authority to divide itself Into divisions, when the circumstances warrant, hits carried. IOWA. Des MorNEs, Ia., Nov. 5-The following shows a gain of four congressmen for the Democrats, Returns from one-third of the state show Democratic gains Bufllciontif continued to wipe out the Republican party's majority of two years ago ami give a small Democratic majority The congressional delegation will stand up. follows, aa itnow appears: Y-.rttt, Sccrly (Bern.) Becond, Hayes (Dem.) Third, Hendersoe (ltep.) Fourth Butler (D-m ) Fifth, n-mn> � in.ra.) But b. White (Dem) Severn, n.,.* -.ort term, Hill full term, boih U�puMtcan8. Eighth, Flick (Hep.) Ninth, Bowman (Dem ) Tenth, Doliver (Kep.) lileventb, Perkins (Hep.) Council murr*. Council Bu;fp.', Io, Nov, 5.-Com-p'eto returns from every county in the dUtrict show tho election of Bowman (Dem) ovor Reod (Rep.) in the Ninth diBtrlot by 1,201 majority. The result wns brought about wholly by tho interior counties going against Reed, Davenport. D.WEHroKT, la, Nov. 5- Scott county givea Chamberlin (Dam.) 5,415, McF.tr-land (Hep) 1,313. A It it IN-I a3. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 5,-The On. sMe ( )om.) aaje: "Iu Arkansas wo have � e-eiectol Cote in the First and Breckinridge in tbe Becond district, and restored i solid Democratic delegation." The Republicin stato committee, from returns received and estimates made upon tbe September vote, allowing tbe -umo per cent, of loss and gains as is -diown from tho roturna received, claims 'he election of Langley in tho Second dls-'ric.t by at least 1150 majority. The chairman of tho Republican con-irreseional committee telegraphs from Helena that Feathorstone has carried tho First district. moiouiiiutau. Bi.ooitiNUTON, III., Nov, 5.-Bcntt's pluruli'* i,v, r Howell IB estimated at from 1,3.0 lo 1.4 'II. OHIO Cincinnati. Klro In IlufTili,. Hufi'alo, N. Y , Nov. 0-8 a. ui.- Tbe Mill*elevator, the largest iu tbe city, has been totally destroyed by tire r*o other lar^e elevators and a numl-er �t iirj mil ft warehouses ure now in llimee .nit 'bo Ore is spreading rapidly iloug the lake front. llullot (to* Moion. Lvm.u Mock, Ark., N >v. 5.-Thebsllot box and returns of Spring Creek township, Lee county, have been stole-. Tnis t.i�urhlp g>ve FeatherM-one, tne Uppub "ran ciindidate for congress, 250 ma-j >"> m llrlcn's Ooi,Kra*niuttona. CiiiOAon, Nov. 5.-Senator" Calvin IVice t^ipgraphs Chairman Pnelps of the coutral Democratic enmnvtteer.: ,(Oon-^rati|)ation�; Ohio elects fourfeeert Dem icratlc coniiree.raep, a gain of nine. UcKlnley and F s'er both defeated. Cincinnati, Nou. 6.-According to re turubbuiar as received ut 0 p.m., the v>hio coiigTCB-meu elected are: FirBt aittnct, Pollsmy Stover, (R^p.) Becond, John A. Caldwell,(H p) Third, Geo. W. Houk, (D-ui ) Fourth M.N Gtntz.(Uem) Fifth, Fred U I, iyton, (D-m.) Bixtb, D D movin, (D in.) Beventh, tV. H Haiees, (Oeni.> B'Khtb.D D Hare, ( >em ) Ninth,J B Outhwaite (Derp.) Tenth, RibtE Doone, (rtop) Eleventh, J. W Plttisoi, (D-m.) Twelftn, H. E irys, (Do " ) 'fhirteenili, Irwin Dungae, (Oem.) F oirieeotn, .1 W O �ene. (Dem ) Fifteenth, M. D flarior, (li-m ) Bixteenth.J. G. Warwlct,(Dem ) Beventeentb, A .1. I'ealan- (Oem.) Eighteenth,.! D Taylor (it-p ) Ni.eteentn.E li Taylor ((too) t'wen'iett., V. C. Taylor (Hep.) Tw�nty flrB�, ThomaB L. Johnaon (D nt.) Thin m*kos aeven RepubllcarB and fourteen D^mocrare at thle writing, however tb� e'ee.t-inn of Hare and WurtvieU ie not ea'nblis'ed by compete return. d ttie aoparent m'ij irity lu each ci^e I eo small an to mike it uneafe'to claim an election uutil efflcidh made. Wentha- laaioAxtnns. Wa-uimoton, N iv 6.- [Forecast un til 8 p. ui.Taunday] Fir Kansap; Fair; older winds, becomlag northerly; cold wave. OlOVttlilUU. Cleveland, O., Nov. 5 - A late di pifr-n tr, m vlcKinley'a (Harriet *ayn late tetiiTU* inc'eave b's cair-s H"d ptiow ap approxima'e ru.j jriry of 148 lnthedn-r.iii-t Kk Q 'v.ri-or Foi'er n.nnced-e his tle-f* a' iu tne Kiirbth dlntrict by a email � j iri'v. Hi�re (Dem ) will have about 200 un j 'tlty. Woo.ter. Woostek, O , Nov. 5-Owing to the non arrival nf return from, two precincta the offtolal count could not tm merle today Warwick wil hav� Kfli in-J >rlty ver MoKlnlev, Crnmtoy 836 over Rvan ThU i� b���d on returns received at Democratic ho�dquar�er�. Tn� chairman nf 'he Republican cota-mittfe says Warwick will not have over. Lincoln. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 6.-Returns from half of the counties outalde Douglas county give R chards (Rep ) 39,94 Boyd (Dem.) 31,720, Powers (illiance) 8,000. D mglaea county will give Boyd nenrl} 7,000 plurality. The remaining counller iu the state, however, will probably giyr a plurality for R charda of 8,000. Mc-Kargan (Dem. Allianc) will hnViiama jority in tho Second cougreBBional (lis ..net of 700. Bryan (Djm.; ia elocted Ir, the First by a small piuraliiv, ond indlca-'iuos point to the Buccerieof Dorsey (Rep) in tho third. 1NUI ,NA. Ikoiasai'oli1. Nov. 6-Reporta from aj parts of tbo state show that tbo election has been a veritablo landslide fot the Democracy. The entire Democratic Htato ticket ia elected by big mtij iritief, and Chairman Micbenor, of the Vteoubli-can state Cvuimitter, CoiiC^tloB the defeal f hia party by about 15,000. Chairman Jewett of the Deoireralic iHimmitteeto-nlgbt furnished tbo foilow. log niujoritieo and on coogreds from In liana: Mujority on state ticket, 17,812; s .n&torB eltctoil, 19; hold ov�r�, 14; iota , 33; i>pretienta�ivea el cred,73; m-jirity on joint ballo', 02. Eleven cuu>:re6.-m�i, beiauall memoars ex'.eptiag tne dx b and Ninth dUtrie.ts It is claimed tua the elo ition of county commissioners m ui'eo bo favorably to tbe Democrats thai wi'h tbe present trustees tu office The Democra'a will, attbe election of 1892, control 1,290 of the 2.300 election boards of tbe state. Congressmen from this Btate, Democrats 11, Republicans 2. TKNNKSsEE. Nabcvillu. Tenn., Nov. 5-Returns from yesterday's election are coming in v� ry slowly, owing to the general apathy and tho delayed mail, and telegraphic facilities being overcrowded. J. P Buchanan (Dem.) for governor will have between 25,iR)0 �t-d 80,000 m�jority over [,. T. B.xer (Rep.) and D O. KeH} (I'm.) ihe legislature is two-ttiirds DeTn, oratib in both htu->es, tbe Demi-cscy having made gainB in the leginla-ture in ^aat renues�ee. Tbe emmree. ainnal detotfutlnn will stand as follow-: Democrats, U*publicaria 1,Independent Republicann 1. HUM ritll, [Iki.bna, Mont., Nov. 5.-With all the ctuutie* heard from, save two, allowing lie Republicans the same majorities they ha.1 la�t year, t >'xo� (Dem ) Is elected to congress b> 45llnver O r'e' (ltep) Tbe Deiuoarate h.vi* el-cted four atate nenatote, tlie R pubtioanB two, wpb two in doubt. Tne KepuhHcao state ,-orn rnlttee sa^e it. will r*q�)ire the rfU'i.l count to deolilo the congressional reslll tlioiifb it aril! claim* th,� etnre for llar'e ley 125. Thosime cimrolttee claims the e'ec ion of Republican senator*. MASSAOiiuiisrrH. Boston, Mass., Nov. 6.-The vote for governor has been receivsd from every town in the state except G isoahl and the figures show an overwhelming Demo cra'ic victory. The senate will consist of 21 Ripublicins and 19 leraocrats, and tbe house will comprise 189 Rapub'ioane ind 100 Demoorats and 1 independent Democrat. Th,la e Republican Iobb of 8 iu tbe eenate and 23 in the bouse. The congressional detonation stands 7 Democrats and 5 Republicans, a gain of 5 Democrats. GR0VER CLEVELAND. J RejoIooB Ijike a Strong; Man Ready to Run a Raoo. Ho Considers tho Remilt a Completo Vindication or Ills Frco ITada Theories. HllOONSIB, Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 5.-Latest returns from the Btate indicate a plurality f 20,000 and upwards for G. W. Peck, fhe Democrats elect a majority of the tasemblymen and the state senate. In 'be lower house they wit) have a majority if thirty or ovor, and in the Benate a ros-jority of ^two, They olect seven out of t.U't congressmen The WleconBln dale-�ration in the oext houae stands Dem'-crnta r.eveti, Republicans one, doubtful ins, The Duty of Democrat., IT� S�ys, l� coo Plain to bn Misunderstood-Tariff Bs� rorin tho HhlbboletU tor VHtstt-all ot, Wblch Oleaos Thitt Orovor 14 Wsitftnc (or thtlPrsald.&tlal LiKhlnlnc to.�tTlk� Blm Two Years Honoo- Navr Your, Nov., 5.-To an Associated Frees reporter, who asked for an exprei-sion of Ins opinions on the result of yesterday's electloue, ex- PtesMent Cleveland said today: "I am delighted. I challenge the right of any man in the country to rejoice more heartily Ihan I over tbe results of yesterday. My gratification is that of au American, proud of his fellow countrymen, who, though led away for n. time by p�ny prejudices and by blind confidence in cunning and Bullish leaders, could not he deluded to their ruin. Thoy have detnooBttated that in dealing with them it is not safe to calculate that they are stupid or heedletB of the welfare of their country. The necoBBity of tariff reform with its consequent ie.luction in tbo cost of living and the duty of the Dtmccratic party to advocate it, has been fully Oemonstraied by tho action of tho people yestriday. i'uelr decision has betm lieiiounuely made, and it in all tbo more bignifitant oocause they have vuted upon tbelriea. son and judgment, aiid became they have proved that con upticn tu powerless aa against their cuuvictiunB. "Of course there ia nothing fot the Domuciatic party to do but to puah on. Ihe catlle ut all times, and in all places on thu lines which they have laid down; that ie, to icBlat upon u wise at juatment or tarill taxation, to tbo reaaonaole ueeda of the government, as oppo�ed to ths pla. which enriches a favored class at theexpouse of tbe masses of tbe people. Until the victoiy ia won, the question of tar it reform will not be settled, imr tho pledges and professions of the Democratic party to the people redeemed. "Our parly has made an honeat and an earntflt tight. It baa planted itself upon disinterested and unsei fish devotion to tho Interests of the people, I� aheolute unity and harmony Mpou the queauon ot tariff reform shows its quick reconnitlon of tiue Democratic piinuiples,und itsen-tbusiaam ia aoause which invulveu the popular welfare. Kverjwkcte omt peo-, pie have done magnificently and the., harvest they have gathered has been nobly earned," In answer to inquiry as to bl 1 view of the operation of tho baPOt reform' law/ Mr. Cleveland Bald: "I thtrjU there should bo no more opposition >o 'the priuciplo of ballot reform ''lily evldisnce \ tif its uaefulnesa and bent Ht iu the pt>o- �,. pie I regard conclt'sive. In mine mat-tors of detail tbe law in our stale might : perhaps be Improved. It soeuu to mo it y would be v.eU obviato the necessity [or 00 many separate ballots. But after all events, or other similar obj-ctlons are not vitally important. Tho thing upon which every honest man should corgrat-ulate himself ib that we have u law which protects our votetB from corruption and intimidation, and It is o�e of those nveaa-tires of relief which once adopted, will not be surrendered." 1.0111,1 mi, New OBLEAN8, Nov. 5.-In Florida the Democrats elect their entire ticket aid Louisiana Benito a full Democratic lelegition to congress In Texas tbo full Democratic stato ticket was elected by large majorities and the entire ltomocralto delegation to congreas. NKIV VOItK. Nkw Youk, Nov. 5.-New York's del egatioc in the. Fifty-second congress should Combs be defeated, will consist ot twenty Democrats and fourteen Republicans. This Just reverses tbe position of the two parties as represented ic theFifty-flrst coogress. VIRGINIA. Hrciw'nd, Va, Nov. 5.-Further returns from the election ia this state yts-ter.tay leave no doubt but that ten Dem-ratic congressmen are elected. The Democratic g�|ns were 11,012 andItopub-Icannalno 1,800 MIxiillHl, 8t Loois, Nov. 5. - Yesterday's elec tion cbanued considerably th� politioal complexion of the state of Missouri The D-mncrats send a fuB delepation to congress With one ftxeeptlon they eiecttb. s'a'e ticket and will h-ve 0-> joint b�'tot In'h ,r.ial�tl. Caktom.O , Nov, 5.-VlcKintoy's greiit Halu of 2,700 up to to-night lacks 147 of electing him. The latest from Holmes, with e&timates on two of the products, s'lve i^are/lclc 1,990 plurality, Wayne i?oe� 391 for Warwick, Vledlna, "ffl .|*i, ' free coinage ul silver, and foimed a tariff law tbat imposes greu.er burdena on ihe poor man Wun ou the rich, Mr. Kittei Doine in reply lo e,t�qu�at lor bouie Bps slflc statement of what tbe Alliance aocomplithed in the eleotlon said he ooula not give all the evidence, but the reiurnB he said ure audi, tent to prove bis statement. In t^e western .tales where the Farmer's League li strong and tbe Kplguts of Labor nave aided in Bhowlng this cong-rfSB that their drmaid for free coinage was no ldlo c y. This waB the moat notable in Massachusetts and New H .mpihire where the two orgatoz .-ions ore nu strongest. Tbe .'amier*' League and Alliance has just rec-ived a v od foothold iu New JeiBey and New Y�rk and the changes arn not so start ling Tbe Utangeaandthe Knlgh's a o Alitoncea were org4niste,d well iu Pennsylvania, and the fnrmers and laborets gave boss-lam a rebuke of large oruporthuie. In Onlo, Ub Bald, tt\e e U no e'ftte ot-gin nation of tbe Alliance la Iurtu&a and I lin 4a they q-iv-* he^a or^i'iz.'l but three months TneMutuvl Bonds A aocia'lon did much good wotk tlt.t*, *VeBt Virginia has jimr b-eo OTgnrozed. Taere'he Alliance �aa not en pow-rful a* in Virginia. In tba aurh^ro states the lights were made at the priorities. Mr Rl'.tenhon.H called pir'ionlat attention to tbe effect in Mia our!. rCaiisas, Wisconsin, Co'orada and oth�t statea. I iiat, he paid, in proportion to the unity ot the organization, �o had been tl e cy- At the While tlnose. Wasuinoton, Nfov. S -President Har-tiaon reached Washington �Vj in' 6 n'oloeli thia evening via tbe Pennsylvania railway, on bis return from Indianapolis. lone Tn� report-r salted Mr II'tenh-iife if hvi meant to any'ha-tie I''.,rr�>�*r'e Al'i-atic.t* ia an aovav*nr> to the lierinruiiric nartir. He repltod, n-1 by any tne,r.e. The Deniocra'lc party fouyhe tin. A'lUrioe n Mouth Oirolioa and .'her p.-iniH Trie farmers desired to Tebnkt. t^ie pnrty ia power for their recent disreperd of the oeopte's demaed This cimuie's was p�t|tlo'ied for free collide 'r--ni almost everv Allianc*. tt\ tbe V xUft'l H-v.e-* Ttw petlt'o era were ianoreil. This f/rouod swell rioea not p.n.* the AM'arce and kindred rvrgau'/'*ir,ns w'H sn-port the Democrats iu 1802. if the tiatnccr^ta fall to 11 ve a srea�er voluren of norrentty they wtll receive the same kind of pu&� Uhment in 1803.
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