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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU JX. NO. 2160. I'KKNTON, WKUNK8DAY AFTKKNOON, 5 18HO. TWO PENNSYLVANIA IS CLOSE. Delamater and Pattison Both Claim the Victory THE tONHItl >EW JERSEY Both Malting Cluhua tu Supremacy but the ruts Control the Senate Tllliiiaii V> Inn in South Cuiotina Peok'i Bud Hoj 1'iobably Victorious PlULADElFHIA Vov An unusually large vote was p lie 1 here At many places long lilies of were to be seen between 8 and o clock patiently waiting their turn f( r depositing their tickets It was Bfiid by many veteran politicians the men who are al ways to be found at the polls work lug for the candi dates of their re spective parties- there hod never before been ob served as much can ful hcrutiny of ballots) 1 he local Republicans were chit-fly concerned about Delamater their nominee for KO v eruor, and Thompson for o w UFLAMAIEB. comptroller Thomas Taylor, a member of the First W ard Democratic club, was given a hearing before Magistrate Fulmer on a charge of bribery Tie testimony showed that Taylor had attempted to bribe a window bookman in one of the di- visions of the irst ward He was held In fuOO bail for a further bearing Hugh JJoylc who is accused of being an accom phce of Taj lor w ill be arrested. The Cen ter count) Republican committee esti mates oOU majority for Pattison, Republi can gain of )0 Tyrone county committee gives Delamater 150 majority, a gain of 25 The Republican chairman estimates in Lancaster county a Republican gain of W) I he Democrats claim over 1 000 ma Jjrit) in Center count> 1 he Democratic nuaj in county IB estimated at 4 000 u D mocrntic gam of Chester con )M shows a Democratic gam of over 4 000 Butler count) Pattwon's plurality U J25 Democratic gain, 670 Indiana Delamater n plurality 700 Demo- cratic gain of 1 417 Northumberland countj Pittison 3800 plurality, Demo- cratic 193 Columbia county Pat- tison plurahtj Democratic gain of 208 Lebanon countj gives majority 1 loga Delaraater, pluralitj, Democratic gam of 850 Mercer Pattison 700 plurahtj Demo- cratic gain 1 Delaware Del atnater 2 100 plurality Robinson, Rep for s 1 000 majority The Democrats claim a gam in Wash ington countj of 1 130 giving themvthe county bj 500 majority It is reported that Grevy carries AUooua bj a majority of over 800 which will probably elect him being a gam of a Democratic congressman Lehigh countj gives Pattison, Dem for governor J.10U plurality and Brunner, Dem for congress 2 000 majority North- umberland count) gives Pattison 800 plu ralltv and Dem for congress, mijontj iulton county gives Patti son 325 plurihtj and Skinner Dem for congress 500 maj inly Chairman Andrews of the Republican committee makes the following state- ijient "The Re- r NX publican state committee believe Delamater has a plurality, but the result is close, and it may take the official figures to determine Chairman Kerr, of the Democratic state committee, claims the state by 10 000 majority He Hsserta that bin advices show B. E PAiLtsON. that Pattison will come to with not less majority Cotbplete returns Republicans majority in Phila- delphia, Returns from different of the state show large Democratic gains The Republican ticket is probably elected by a reduced majority Thirty five counties, including Allegheny not including Philadelphia, give Pattunn, Dem a net plurality of 7, ltd Twenty-four counties, including Alleghnny, but not including Philadelphia give Pattison, Dem for governor a net plurality of These twenty four-counties In 1888 gave Beaver, Hep a net plurality of 12 570, showing a net Democratic gam of In Allegheny and Pittsburg an extremely heavj vote was polled There is but little doubt that Pattison, Demo- cratic candidate for governor, will receive a majority over Delamater, Rep in Pitts- burg Delamater has a majority in Alle- gheny City A private dispatch from J3en ator Quay is reported to contain the fol lowing "Delamater will carry the state by IB 000 majority His majority in Alle gheny county will reach or ercccd In Clinton county the Democrats claim 875 majority Pafctison's majority in Berks county is 9UOO The Republican chaiiuian estimates Dauphin county Republican by a gam of 300 Returns by counties show the following gains- Berks Dem 2 700, Huntingdon, Dem 1 050, Washington, Dem Fulton, Dem 43, Adams, Dem 269, Dauphin, Rep 823, Lehigh, Dem 861, Montom, Rep 84 Jellefonte gives Pattison, Dem 114 ma jority McKean county estimated, ma Jorlty for Pattison, 400, Democratic gain of 692 Lancaster county, Delamater, plurality Schuylkill county, Dem ocratic estimated majority, Wash PUWilLll Absolutely Puro. A ai win of powder. Mt of ill In 9. Bcptut, t IT, lUgtOU tOUIH) t-'ill 1 U 1 it i 1 1 it 111 i j >rlty SUO n f 1 111) 1 i u kl i LUIUI ty, Delairuiter maj ntj LSIIIII Hdj jOO York count) mtiumti 1 Dim i me ma jority-1000 tjunj Putti sou   lu the cu uu> at H Monroe count) I1 lti-> u J ukk) a Dilnociatlt Ram of 4U M nt ui lount) hs luiated Dtinocratic in ijoriu of bj Rt publican gam of d4 Ik ks count) I'll nson b in ijtjrity (asLimaitcl) J lariou count) Kstllnate 1 Demou itlc in tj of 1  -A ind Campbell 3 857 in 1889 Returns from nearly everj section in the state indicate a Republican victorj by ma jonties ranging from 12000 to 20000 The result is no surprise however as Ohio maj be relied on to give a decisive Repub- lican majority when there are nodemoral izmg igents at work m the party onlj were the Republicans at peace with each other this year but their opponents ere afflicted with the worst case of apathy they have experienced for a long time 1 here was ranch more interest centered m the congressional campaign than in the state contest As will be remembered the Democratic legislature last winter so ger rymandered the state as to be morally cer tain of electing a majority of the Ohio delegation in the national house from their party Based upon the returns of last fall the gerrymander showed that sixteen Democrats and five Republicans would be elected The results of last fall s election could not be relied upon however as indicating the exact political status of the new districts as there was a factional fie.ht in the Republican parlj at that time me who correqtly understood the situa tion believed there would be a delegation of sixteen to five It now looks as though the result would rive the Democrats a 1 are m ijority m the delegation Ihe fight m the Sixteenth dis tnct between Maj McKmley the author of the new tailff law and ex Lieutenant Governor arwick has attracted national interest Soothe! district m the United States has been watched more close than McKmley s nh a majority of nearly 3 000 in favor of arwick it has been gen erally held that McKmley's defeat was In evitable But the majority of Governor Wai wick, as claimed by the Democrats has been slowly dropping down until yes terdsj morning they only claimed his elec tion by 600 (leveland indications are that Johnson Dem for congress, in this dis tnct is elected Ihe Republican county ticket except perhaps the candidate for sheriff IB elee ted Ihe Democratic congressional committee of McKmlej s district concede his re elec tion by ft final! rantorlty The Democratic state executive committee admit that they are afraid it is true fiom Ind limn IVDIANAPOIIS Nov 5 Har rison arrived vesterday, and was met at the depot by R S McKee and family He was driven to their residence and an hour later went to the polls to vote A few minutes before his arrival a flag was stretched over the entrance to the booth, and the president bowed his head when passing under it He was in the polling room just throe minutes As ho deposited his billot an 1 lad his name recorded Judge I anclers saul Its pluin Ben Har rison now "Yes sir said the president anel his vote counts but one The Republicans c ncede A Democratic victory in this city and county Advices from other parts of the state -TOP that the now election law worked adminbly Ihe chairman of the m K rntic com I mlttee claims a mnjoiitvof not lesstlmn 76000 on state ticket and eleven out Of the J thirteen members of congress 1 mui Connection Hunt in N v r and Den i its 1 tin the Ht M rr s tl n ks tl it le will the pel U 1 is HI 1 m tj other h in 1 s K Mervv elected b) the legist tune t show s on all HI Us an 1 is m tl e t vvl ether 01 u t elected bv th f Its t MIS give Y 51 Oil M n s Dtm S44 2447 Ihe iluie publican t n j nt ball t Sperr) D in in the Iir t Dem tp the Second disti to ccngrebs Russell R l the Ihird aud the fourth tain 1-iom Mlnnenol i state central committee da 8000 to 10000 plurihtj 11 coi nut ki male pul i coiui M i is I II 1 bv I) the s I i be f I HtS I 1 lit s in 1 e i, s in I struts St tn 1 went) ill Iwo i ne I sin Is 1.1 H) lf 1 r Pr Iv Ki I e-lt li I I ed in l uueer Republican 1I e state by I) mocratic t e will lie Re 1 se one n ai Mit chell 1) n Icing elee 1 ii this dis trie! I lie returns thus fai indicate el c on of i l for ss Ihe ts claim ne.re8S- 1 irst 1 I urth and are probable hopeful governor but that Merriam Eep is elected a small I1 rora Hampshire CcvNCORi) H 5 ii Democratic state committee claims Ami election as b> the peoj le an 1 t! t ehctioo of MtRimiL} and Dinielsto _n also a majonl) of tht huust t! tl tnate in doubt senator ChindUr nereis man HI d lion P Imr hill chairm in of the Re] ubhta mnittee assert that tht, election of rr ur the people that the result in th 1 ci sional  n of tr ubl n I i t Bluff where a dt put} shenlT It ed a policeman n lined Lan it an two more all white the ele i i Atkan sas was quiet Returns i L Dttno cratie gun the Matt tun tember 1 1 L D nicer its i i the elec tion of all th c  a safe majority Returns fr tl e counties are coming in h o h Cattle cuuutj may be Demccratic 1 a sm ill but the HepuMic JIM it Kent and Sussex counties tie il in doubt Ironi 111 nuts Ills Democratic state central commitue cl tims private ad ices showjuu that tl Democrats carry the state by a i i ijoritj that they t-bj t- ind prohablv Nuti definite can be ai out Cuok c ui u Cannon is un doubtedh elected bj a ill majority West T N N 5 Pmate dispatch es h re fi in U heeling AN i indicate L! c electi n f the entire Demo cratie delegation in congress Capehart an 1 VI lei1- i Democrats are the diai   t was beaten on the r t irns by fraud and in timidation h is willing to pub mit his case to a 1) n t ratio committee I rom KH N Inland If is i rnhihlo tl nt 18 the most ancient and most general of dlieues Scarcely a family is entirely flee fromlt, while thousands everywhere are Its suffering slaves Hood 3 Saraapanlla hjui remarkable success In curing every form of scrofula. The m st severe and painful running sores, su filings In the neck 01 goitre, humor In the eyes causing partial or total blindness jidd to tho powerful of this medicine I He Worst Type. "My son was afflicted with the wont type of scrofula and on tl o recommendation of my druggist I glue him Hood s Sanaparllla. Today he Is soun 1 ind well notwithstanding It was said there wis not enough medicine In Illinois to effect a cure J CHRIBTIAW, niipoUs, in Be sure to gel Uuroupurilla drnKKhti Blifor55 kjO I Lowell M.-i IOO Doses One Dollar JHSl A CASE OF THOSE -t-TifcT i-1 CIIOCi IT A -x' Made by Lowncy of Boston at Broad Street Pharmacy. To all whom It may concern The PHIIO- MATHKAN HOCJKTY of the Lawtoncevllle 8( hool, John C Orrnn PouDdatUtn will nipot Bt8P M tn November the 7th, A D 1890 In Memorial Hall, lo tho purpose of electing Trustees for laid Sod ty Signed, ALFHFDF nFNNIS. WM ADAMS DEI THOB BOSS Kli (U Isi 1 u I s i 1 I 1) rat c coi M  bt, au t Ittt i 1 i in N I k i I OMAHA 1 t t it t tht- U t til til ice f tl T i) i si H HI I tl I I t i Iv H j i u tt t 1 i U b ib oUUU I in 1 i Di-sM i i 1 i 1 K st ilt- n t 11 t i M if maj i 1 II tl r -t 1 It th 1 i-t u i I 1 Uc i ULI itrf bt 11 L a 11 MI l-IOJ 1 I t .1 I Mvt It lit N in L Mor -nan IH tltctt 1 UI U t (i Kll-ss Groodwm Liberal j A 00( tu 5 000 utijontv From Southern Statea Mississippi Binds a solid Democratic del tgation to congress North Carol ma goes Democratic by 40 000 miiji rity and Democratic Congressmen Geogia electM a complete Democratic delegation of congrespmeD Louisiaini scnda fo congress a straight Democrats kltgition Kentuckj Democrats claim ten of the eleven Texas chums eserjthmg solidly Demo- cratic The Democrits of Florida claim the state by 15 000 maj irit> and both congress men 1 he Demtcrfiti majoritv in Tennessee for governor 2 (XXI and they (..aln one congressman Alabama shows no bn vk in the Demo cratie colun ns Itu i-anncrs Alliance men did not tliL Ind pendent tl ket inrrfirlr L mmift-ee of Mis soun claim a coug-resbional dtlega ion A Mother H VfAi fill Fall SoriH HtrHii-nFM Pa 5 Arsene t Julian w bile coming down stairs with a tt 1 coal lamp ai d carr) her 1 >ear Id child mghtsiuin bled and fell to tht ho t in Ihe lamp x ploded and m ther and ct lid were horn bly burned Neither cm loth the metlnd aud results Miip of is taken, it is plcasan1 inel refrcshuig to the and act" ontl) }et promptly on the Kiduejs Lner and cleans s the tira efltctuilh, di juis c 1- head ulies and and cmts li ihitual i tijiiti in fcirnp ef I 13 the 01 Iv, rrnipdy of itq 1 ind pro luced, pleiaing to the taste and ac ceptible to the stomach, pionipt in its action and truly heneficial m its effects, prepared orly from the healthy aud agreeable suhstances its excellent qnahtits commend it to all and 1m e made it the most populir known Svrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drnj gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand pro- cure it promptly fir any one who wishes to try it. not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 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