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Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Olean, New York r jw i TEEN PAGES. VOL. XI. OLEAN, CATTARAUGUS CO.- NEW YCRK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890. ean Democrat GLORIOUS VICTORY! TWO LOTS McKinley Defeated By 200 Democratic Majority, And Congress Will Be Democratic By 50 Elected School Commis- sioner By Nearly 1000 Plurality, But The Rest Of The Repub- lican Local Ticket Elected By The Usuaf Next Assembly Democratic And Possibly The State Legislature On Joint Ballot. if not quite plurality; the rest of the ticket however is republican by I about the usual majorities. On the first and second pages are printed the gen- eral returns, while on this page will be found the very latest news and the story of the local contest in detail. NEW YORK, Nov. P. he Evening Sun publishes tables giving a democratic majority of fifty in con- gress and six in the New York assembly. Returns from sixty-five out of sixty- seven Pennsylvania counties give Patti- son a plurality of 4.792. Two counties, Erie and Warren, are yet to he heard from, but they will not materially change the result. NEW YORK, Nov. p. JIcKinley is defeated for congress by 100 to 300 plurality. Democrats carry Con- necticut by plurality, but no election by people. Republicans carry Minnesota by plurality, Both parties are claiming Illinois, Mon- tana, North DaKota, Iowa and New Hampshire. The republican state com- mittee concedes Wisconsin state and legislature to the democrats. The Even-! ing Post claims a democratic majority in congress of over 100. Democrats claim a majority in joint ballot in the New York Legislature and next United States senator. Patterson's majority in Pennsylvania is now placed at Democrats have the greatest cause for rejoicing over the result of election. They have elected a govoner of Massa- chusetts, a govoner of Pennsylvania; they have secured a majority in congress of at least 50, the assembly in this state will be democratic by a majority large enough to probably tie the republicans on joint ballot for a United States sena- tor, or possibly sufficient to insure the election of a democrat to succeed Sena- tor Evarts. Locally, Clark D. Day has been elected to succeed Drug Clerk Soule by nearly ASSOCIATE JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. 123456789 10 Robert Earl............115 137 140 225 132 151 119 141 116 67 1452 Silas W. MaEon.P.... 3 Francis Gerau, S-L.. 1 Scattering............... 3 7 o 0 18 0 0 20 0 0 11 4 0 14 5 0 10 0 11 5 0 13 1 0 Totals...............122 146 158 245 147 170 136 157 130 81 Earl's plurality, 1310. JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Albert [Haight......116 138 142 228 133 155 117 142 117 67 Scattering.............. 61000092 13 0 139 142 22S 133 155 126 144 130 67 109 Haight's majority. 1433. Hiram Smith, D.... 54 Warren B. 62 Jesse D. Rogers, P... 3 3 FOR 1IE1IBER OF CONGRESS. 60 43 85 71 92 83 98 75 97 145 63 61 36 46 18 0 19 0 10 0 14 0 10 11 0 69 47 8 6 39 15 0 42- 67- 142 21 14 1629 31 1495 T24 738 142 21 Totals 122 147 158 249 144 167 136 155 130 1625 Hooker's plurality. 14. FOR COUSTY TREASURER. Warren Dow, D...... 53 Henry O. Wait, R... 63 Abner P. Adams, P. 3 Scattering............... 3 62 44 8o To 95 142 7 19 20 000 11 63 10 0 93 63 14 0 83 36 10 Totals...............122 144 15S 247 144 170 136 Wait's plurality, 9. FOR CORONER. Fred C. Beals, D...... 53 61 45 SG 71 92 83 James Kavanaugb.R 63 76 93 151 63 62 36 Hiram E. 3 7 20 21 10 14 10 Scattering.............. 3000007 98 69 N 28 728 46 48 39 737 11 8 13 14C 15 155 130 80 1622 97 47 11 0 70 28 728 47 39 733 8 13 27- 144 5 0 15 Totals...............122 144 158 24-8 plurality, 5. 143 168 136 155 130 80 136 1620 Chas. S.Howland.D. 54 John C. Green, R. 62 Scattering............... 6 FOR JUSTICE OK f-2 45 S7 71 H2 S3 97 75 97 142 0-2 62 36 47 0 0 0 0 0 27 0 70 4-8 12 39 731 737 45 Totals 122 137 Green's plurality. 6. 142 229 154 146 144 130 67 109 1513 Chas. W. y, Burton B. Lewis, R, 63 Arthur B. 3 Scattering.............. 3 EOR MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY. 61 44 88 72 93 84 76 95 1.39 62 60 35 7 19 10 15 10 3 0 00 99 45 11 0 69 731 4S 39 729 8 14 144 5 2 20 Totals...............122 147 247 144 IRs 136 155 130 si 1624 Phillips' plnrality. 2. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, Tlark D. Day. 50 Kenrv A. Soule, R 54 Arthur E. 3 Scattering............... 6 7 91 "2 134 20 19 0 (i 54 10 o 99 53 14 tl 95 5u 10 0 45 12 42- 770 IS 141 155 244 142 166 136 155 130 Day's plurality, 91. 79 democratic majority in this town 66. Day's plurality for pcbonl was 72. Sou> running behind !m ticket in his own i town. Phillips' plurality for of was 1) 1'av'g own U.TVH Rave him tbn hamKonv -nayrity of It wqe an jn'Jorvnifijt from a republican rif whi three (iistrirts by handsome inujoiities. town gave him 186 voteagaitist for Phillips. For county officers the voto was 108 re- publican, 62 democratic. For M'hool cominissoner had votes to for The vote for Hooker in this town was 114, Smith 108, 113 Phillips 110, Soule 90 and Day 116. town gave a democratic majority of six for congress and county officers. Phillips' majority over Lewi's was 12 and Day's ovvr Soule, republicans carried this town by about 56 majority, except [or school commissioner. Day receiving 05 votes to Jboule's 3S. The prohibition vote was 12. town went republican by about 30 majority, except for school commissioner. Day, the democratic candidate, carried the town by 193 ma- jority, running 220 votes above his Dicket. republican congress- ional, county and assembly candidates received a majority of about 78. Soule ran one ahead of his ticket. The prohi- bition vote was 28. town gave Hooker 170 and Smith 114. the county about the same. Lewis had 170 votes and Phillips 117. Soule only got 61 to Day's 236. running even behind the pro- hibition candidate, who received 63 votes. .XEW Xov. The entire Demo- cratic convn -sional ;n from this city 3jas bcf-n eU-eted. The vote polled for mayor i-, about Grant% 'i.ajority for mayor will cer- tainly i_e 1-2.000. Gorman for sheriff and for district attorney 20.000. The vote for the balance of tbe county officers v ill be close to that of Grant's. The Tammany nominees for judges of superior court aad city court judges will be elected br not. less than 20.000. In Richmond county. Covert, dem.. for congress ran ahead of his ticket, and It is belie red bis majority in the county will reach 1.200. The contest for assembly be- tween Croak, dem., aad Smith, rep., was close. Croak is thought to have pulled hovrever, by a small majority. The election of Hart, dem., for county clerk is generally conceded. In Richmond county. Covert, dern.. for congress has a majority of with eight more districts to hear from, The Republicans have undoubtedly car- ried Suffolk county and elects 1 Pierson to the assembly. A Boston dispatch to The Herald says: Six Democratic congressmen are probably elected, a gain of four. The Sun says: The Democrats have elected a congressman in Rhode Island, probably two. The World's bulletin claims a Demo- cratic victory in Connecticut with con- gressional gains. The following is posted by The Herald: Garrisons. X. Y.. Xov. Putnam county elects me by about majority. Hamilton Fish. The vote ef the city for mayor complete is: Scott 91.008. Grant 114.435, Demorest 884. 2.805, Redpatb 754. s so far as received give the fol- lowing congressmen as reasonably cer- tain: First district Covert, dem. Second Bootiv, dem. Wallace, rep. Fourth Clancy, dem. Fifth Masrner, dem. Fellows, dem. Seventh Dtmphy, uem. Eighth Campbell, deta." Xinth dean- Spin-Ma, dem. Warner, iiem. Twelfth Fio-ver. (iein. Fitch, clem. Fourteenth Stnhlnecker. deni. Fifteenth Bacon, pro. -dem. Ketch.iir.. rep. Cox. dem.. gain. Eighteenth Quackenbush. rep. Nineteenth Tracy, dem. Sanford. rep. Weaver, dem.. gain. Twenty-second Russel. rep. Twenty- Sherman, rep. Arnold, rep., probably. Twenty-fifth Belden. rep. Ray. rep. Twenty seventh Payne, rvp. Twenty-f Xoyes. rep. Twenty ninth rep. Thirties dem.. cain. Wad-worth, rep. Ixxrkwood. dem., eain. Bunting, dem.. probably, gain. Thirty-fourth Hooker, rep. XKW YOHK, Xov. 5 Returns thus far received from assembly districts the election to the of :-.r.-i vixty-one Republicans, as follows: Albany .7. Dolan. 'iem.: X. E. W.ir-1. rep.: (i. A rep.: John Gor- man. o.i Juiu: (i -iii.s Halei. d< fi< in.: Kug'-ell Mv-jr -I. .Jo-sph Webster. i-iji.; Lev; James C fnni district, Kaine i r .''i Woodliull 1 Lindley gives I'aL'e "v. tt majority. 'J'he probability .nil ArLer an- cledea I IJD ji 1C-. o'lipleii' LTJV s t', .i' and It.tin 1'J is t r M i'1 D 'I'l' C 3, and Xov. rep ii the 'J'.vent'-j'iftli cor, j :1 M i is r'-elected bv a j a TV tno tn- d I'l-1-> il thii co'inty .-r. Xuv. v fhe'l iu the Fii V.'hite. rep.. 2.30-5 eltct; Brfi VL Xov. this lioi.r aic that i JVldur i TI 'i jf 2..V, ill mujoritf. i-t Democrats S. lep. White. VYi 1- iain Kinnclv, rep.: I. Sawmille.-. rep. O. Chamberlain, rop. Or... P Taylor, X. K.-'.... r !n. in L'Homme 'iea, rep. X. Stranahan. rep.; "Wilbur H. Seheck, rep. F. Lane, VV. L. Brown, rep. Fish. Jr.. rep. Queen-----ol P. Townsead, dem.: Henry C. Johnson. :ep. M. Riley, dem.; Levi E. Woi-den. rep.: John W. McKnight, dem. Croak, C. "VTanamaker, rep. St. R. Malt-by, rep John C. Keeler, rep.; William Bradford, R. Sheffer. rep., Lewis Tamer, rep. J. Quackinbush. dem. Huntington, dem. T. Willis, rep. H. Drmham, rep. Pealer, Milo M. Acker, rep. H. Pierson, rep. R. Rose, rep. W. Clinton, rep. Stevens, rep. George M. Brink, rep.; Jacob Rice, dem.: George R. Bush, dem. M, Cameron dem. D. Stevenson, rep.; Albert rep. B. Xo'rris. dem.: Richard P. Groat, reo. P. McClelland, dem.: William Ryan, dem.; James W. Kusted. rep. Sam Johnson, rep. J. Huson. dem.. Xov. Third congres- sional districts ont of a total of 164. gives Coombs, dem., Wallace, rep., 4.030. Kings dera.. is prob- ably elected sheriS by a good majority. Fourth congressknal districts out of a total of 144 give Clancy, iem.. 7.1S7: Perry, rep.. 3.224: Marlic, pro.. 110. In the Second congressional district, twenty districts out of a total of 179 gives Boody, dem., Greshen. rep., 1.1C5: Jones, pro.. 5'J. Koenig, lab., y. Kings congressional can- didates elected are probably Boody, dem.. in the Second: Wallace, rep., in the Third; Clancy, dem.. in the Fourth, and Maimer. dem.. in the Fifth. ALBAXT. Xov. dem.. is re- to consress from the- Xineteenth district by 2.uuO majority. Xolan. dem.. in the First, and Hill, dem.. in the Third district, are elected to assembly by abont 1.500 each. ALBANY. Xov. dem., has about 4.000 majority for congress aud car- ries all but three wards of this city. XEwrrr.c. Xov. rep., car- ries the city by 41 majority, a loss of 823 as compared with Taylor, dem.. for assembly carries the city by 219. a demo- cratic pain of XE'-.uriiG. Xov. 5 rep., carries city for congress by about 50 majority: Taylor, dem., for assembly carries city '.jj abont 200 majority, a gain of about 400. Bacon, dem.. for congress in the Tenth congressional district a majoritv of 1.000 Kane. di-m.. district, is vii. l.y -iOO majority. First district, will jnoKnMy be a narrow margin. Xov. I'arson-. for as-st-miili, the Second district of Monroe county. oivc'el minority, a large 1U-- K-.VI cam n. -Fifty five out of Ti'i elect ITS nftic cive Green- j swept tii" c, one or tv.-o Bunting' third ci-.i- Lockvvco'i'- second c.-t. Retnri.-? aiid cji.nty, perhaps j inijuiltyin i-. noiv estimated at .v -r majority. :i Wr.yne rounty in.t lO.Odft. Payne T in the Plurality of rirt R UTICA. Xov. indications are that James S. Sherman, rep., is re-elected to congress from the Twenty-thir.l district. I Cornelius Haley, dem., proba'jly beats James R. O'Connor for the assembly in i the First Oueida district. ROCHESTER, Xov. np to 10 p. m. indicate Greenleaf election to con- gress in the Thirtieth district by between 500 to SCO majority. This is a Democratic gain in this district. BUFFALO. Xov. rep., for Orleans county 300 to 400 majority j POTOIIKEKIVIK. Xov. o. Mase, rep., I for assembly, is re elected in the First dis- j trict of Dutchess county; rep., i Second district, also probably elected. Ketcham. rep., is also re-elected to con- gress. ROCHESTEH, Xov. Union and Advertiser claim the election of Greenleaf. dem.. for congress by about majority. GLEXS FALLS, Nov. M "Wever, rep., is elected to congress in the Twenty- first district. William McC.iTiieron, dem., is electe-l to the assembly in Warren county by a majority of about 300. a Dem- ocratic gain of an Xov. r, city complete gives Sanford, rep., for congress 179 mi- jority. Panford is in the Twentieth district by majority. John F. Dwyer, dem., is elected member of assembly from Montgomery county. AM.-TF.KnAM, Xov. Daily Demo- crat's bulletin Dunlap probably elected to the aswmKy by than 100 majority. rViiurressman Sanford re- t elected by -ibont 1.700 majority j Xr'v X. Cox. dem., i for i-rolnbiy carries i county. R Second acmlily <Ji-t-: el'-ctcd. .ic are sKo j H 'k'TD Thirl 'iistrr-- i it inaior, rr< .V) cheil. -1 t.n- ,1 -i 1 C n.i-cH FfiT ivl" j t-, r rf .VI r. rr-j. r. d i Mi'- -cond ma- PENNSYLVANIA. PHILADELPHIA, Xov. county '2'. out of 112 districts, show a Democratic gain of 150. Centre committee estimate 300 majority for Pat- tison, a Republican gain of 50. Tyrone has 150 ma- jority, a gain of 25. PITTSBURG, Xov. Forty-three districts show a Democratic gain of 644. Ten precincts show a Demo- cratic net gain of 197. Armstrong esti mated majority is 600. Berwick Delmater 18 majority. ALLEGHA.NY. Xov. dis- tricts gives Delmater Pattison Democratic gain 606. READING, Xov. out of thirty-four districts give a democratic majority of CS7. KITTANXIXG, Nov. chairman of the Republican committee estimates the mrjority for Delmater for Governor in Ai .rr'rong county at 600. i Xov. district in Iv! ,n C'? county is Democratic. Patttson's majority is The county gave a Re- publican majority of last year. Xov. Delamater's estimated majority majority 700. Ches- ter gain of 262. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. Parks county twenty-four districts out of 103 show a net Democratic gain of 750. PITTSBURG, Xov. kundred and four districts out of 386 in Allegheny connty show a net Democratic fain of 1.850 over 1SS6, when Allegheny county gave Beaver PHILADELPHIA, Xov. connty gives Pattison, dem., for governor plurality: Brunner, dem.. for congress majority. Northumberland county gives Pattisoa 800 plurality, Wolverton, dem., for congress 1.400 majority. Fulton county gives Pattison 325 plurality. Skin- ner, dem., for congress 500 majority. PITTSBVRG. Xov. majority in Berkshire county is The Repub- lican chairman e-timates Dauphin county Republican by l.SOO. a gain of 300. PHILADELPHIA, Xov. Pattison, dem., 114 majority. McKean county, estimated majority for Pattison 400. Democratic gain 693. Lancaster, Delamater plurality. Schnylkill, Democratic estimated jority Washington, estimated Democratic i jority 600, a gain of Franklin, Delamater's majority 500. York, estimated Democratic majority of Lehigh gives Pattison Monroe gives Pattison 2.360, a Demo- cratic caiii of 414. Montour. estimated Democratic major- ity of 65. Clarion, estimated Democratic majority 1.050. a gain of 562. BlaiK. Delamater 650 plurality. Demo- cratic pain of 297. Armstrong-, Delamater 400 majority, Democratic gain of 340. Mifflin, Pattison 150 majority. Demo- cratic gain of 161. York, Pattison craiia pain of 1.4SO. Delamater Democratic gain of 566. Lycominii. Pattison Democratic sain of 604. Chester, returns indicate will carry the county, a Democratic (rain of over 4.W. Bntler. plurality is 9to. Democr.itic gain of 679 Drlamater's plurality Tflfl. IVtn Tlhumber.aivl plural- ity IV mix-rat ir pain i 'himbia. plurality. Demo- plurality. plnmlitjr. i 1 7 rep i r ren If' IT) I'r-'d r, ilf- J T wm- i, X? v. from t 0113 Th s -ft. V. crs'ic train 1'aftjeon crfliir cam <-.f cra :c n 'if y cratic i ol KO Xov S h.is from 'rent HC3 out jority. r ,iXi pi i rainy. rpp for T.flOO tram NEWSPAPER!