Salt Lake Tribune, November 5, 1890

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November 05, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING PJIAT ALL THE OTHER DAILIES IN CiTY COMBINED LTHE j BEST I THE j VOL 2 6 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MQKNTtjTG 1STOTEMBEH 5 1S90 PKICE FIVE Democrats Capture the Next Congress USUAL OFFYEAR RESOLIS McKinlcys Gallant with ilwriofls Victory REPUBLiCAH MAJORITY IN OHIO tho Fuslontetw by Majority Pcnnwylvanitt in Doubt Massachusetts a OomoerntJc Close in CongreHKional Gaiuw the Mouwo riUuida Onornl elections woro hold yestordity in thlrtynlno the In Maltio Wyoming Idnho and Oregon having been previously settlel In many rftntos full State tlekots woro voted for and Congress man wrrn elufted from all Tho flocalons generally passed of without t hioldunt The ballot laws woro put In operation for the fimt time In many States rind naturally created nome confusion at the polls At this writing 3 a the returns show TUiruoorutic Oonprosilonal gains as follows Now York i Massachusetts 2 Now fliunp flliiro 1 I Kansas 1 Wlsoon sin 1 Maryland 2 Virginia 1 Tennessee I Minnesota 1 Nebraska probably one with a number of districts very close Tho Uopiiblloaim so far as In shown one In California and om In South Oarollna 1 Tho result of the In ConKrossmari McKinloyH district is most gratifying overythiiis IndloathiK his roelocMon by a handsome majority Conjcressrnan Cannons Is claimed by his friends by 500 majority Thti entire Tammany ticket was elected In Now York City Mayor Grants majority over the fusion candidate nelntf not loss than The New York Legislature is In doubt elects a Democratic Gov by about ftflOO majority Tho result in Kansas Is In doubt tho Farmers Alliance ClalmlnR throe iiKJi and tho UumooratM tvvo Tho Republl Chti Governor IH ohiotod In Colorado the success of three of the PurnooraMo State Is oonoocled lut the UopuUllcuus olalm tho Governor and Wdilti tho result In Pennsylvania Is In somo doubt Senator Quay said at 2 oclock his It had Kono Iock Is probably oloctwl Governor ff and tho Democrats of arn confident that they have elected Koyd Governor carried Ohio by to Holow Is a table showing the probable of the Flflysooond Congress tm the latest returns Additional re iiirns urn not Ilkoly to docroaso tho Oomo jjratlc majority TUisJ MS XT HOUSE may be allowed hiw In the polling booth Tlie remedy of tho election inspectors was to hold the voter for perjury it he swore falsely Grants majority will certainly be Gorman for Sheriff Nicholl Dis trict 2000 The vote for tho balance of tho county officers will be very close to that of Grant The Tammany nominees for Superior Court Judges and City Courtwlll bo elected by not less than majority JO p m Tammany Hall has gained a de cisive victory all alontf the line over the Republican and County Democracy fusion Grfirrt for Mayor will not likely full below majority Scott All the Tam many candidates and other county officials and Judges have an average majority of The new ballot reform law worked smoothly as a rule throughout the city and tho novel conditions of a secret ballot did not have the pronounced effect on the vote of the lower districts which some po litical prophets predicted This was largely duo to the energetic work of both parties In educating the voters in tho Intrlcaciesof the law before the election Tliero were few misunderstandings The total city rote for Mayor shows Grant scattering 4516 TJIK CONOHESSlONAIj DKLKOATION Tho returns pivo tho following as reason ably certain Congressmen elected in Now York State First James W Coverts Second Mavis A Hoody Third Wil liam 0 Wallace Fourth John M Clancy Fifth Thomas P Wapnor Sixth J R Follows Sev enth E J Dunphy Eighth T J Campbell Ninth A J Cummlngs Tenth P B Spinola Elev enth J Warner Twelfth K P Flower Thirteenth A P Fitch Fourteenth W G Staplencolctir Fifteenth Henry Banon probably a pain Sixteenth J M Ketcham Seventeenth I N Cox a gain Eighteenth J A Quackonbush Nineteenth Charles Tracy Twentieth John Sanford Twenty first J M Weaver Twontysooond W Russell Twentythird J S Sherman Twentyfourth V E Arnold Twentyfifth J J Bolckn Twentysixth O W Ray Twentyseventh O E Fayno Twentyeighth n T Novos probably Twentyninth John Gains Thirtieth H S Groenloaf probably a gain Thirtyfirst J W Wadsworth Thirtysecond D N Lookwood Thirtythird L Bunting probably a gain Thirtyfourth W B Hooker Later returns show H W Bentley elected to Congress from the Twentythird This Is a Democratic gain AMIANY N Nov From special re turns all over the State It Is estimated that the Republicans will have 71 members sure in fcho next Assembly The total number is 128 a m Tho returns so Far indicate that tho Democrats will have control of tho next Assembly but it Is not yet clear that they will faavo a majority on a joint ballot and Myron and Walker The Twelfth district will return Rockwell McIUNfcEYS GREAT TRIUMPH TF1K NKXT The this morning claims tho two prciifc parties will bo represented in tho Fiftysecond Congress as follows Demo crats 201 Republicans 120 Democratic majority 72 The Tribunes figures are 107 Republicans and l5f Democrats Tho Sun says the next House Is evidently Domo orutlu by about H5 majority The World says Fully 70 majority for the Demo Tho herald claims a majority of 40 PENNSYLVANIA STATES Dem idp it Miissnchnsot M Missouri mi fiow Jersey NIMV North North Dnkotn slnnd South Vtrmont Virsinlu Wisconsin Wyoming Totals 10 10 5 4 I 3 1 1 I 10 Irt S I I i 11 5 10 ti 1 10 I 21 O 7 2 a mi 168 ISfl 140 THE NEW YOHK RESUJLT Taiumnny Wins niifl tho Democrats Gain Five Congressmen NBW VORR Nov polls opened at i ieiisbsooi Quay Gives It Up but tho Commit tee Does Not rniriAnicijimA Nov average vote la being oust There was an exciting con test In tho Third Conprosslonal districts Richard Vaux served out Ran dalls urioxplrod terra but was defeated by tho Domoorntlo Convention for tho full term Vaux Is running as Independent and thnrols no Republican candidate In tho field Oct present indica tions the voto will bo the heaviest over known Both parties exerted themselves to tho utmost to get out every voter Put tlHons vote at Plttsburp and Allegheny Is not as hvrpo as expected A groat dual of scratching was done Tho indications are that the Republican State ticket will pull through with a reduced majority Charges of fraud are being made by both parties Tn tho Hrst ward United States Marshals have boon placed at the polls The fooling Is intensely btttor particularly between the factions of tho Republican party Tho rorurns from tho State parMouhirly the eastern portion are slowly received However they show that Vatttlson it making heavy gains In tho wost The Republicans still expect a good majority however At the Democratic headquarters tho Is made that Pattifcon will bo elected by ten thousand majority Ueporta from a majority of tho counties which havo boon turned in up to midnight show largo Democratic gains Thirtyfive counties Including Alleghany and not in cluding Philadelphia give Pattlson a net plurality of Uo has made large gains even In counties where tho Republican ticket was successful The Republican com mittee however Insist thut their tiokoi Is elected by a reduced majority Andrews of tho Re publican State Committee made the follow ing statement Tho Republican State Com mittee believes that Dolamator has a plu rality but tho result is closo and it may take official figures to determine Chairman Korr of the Democratic Oom nvlttoo claims the State by majority PiTTAiiuiio Nov dispatch received from Senator Quay datod 2 a says I think tho State Is At 8 p m Senator Quay telegraphs his belief that Dolamatur will have a majority of In the State The Protection Leader Will Receive a Handsome Majority CINCINNATI Nov the exception of a few saloon keepers who violated the law by keeping their places open on election flay there were no arrests in this city on account of election Todays voting was a reflux of the dignified calmness that marked the conduct of the campaign Tho divis ions among tho Democrats caused by the establishment of tho board of cityimprove ments at the suggestion of Governor Camp boll had Its effect in general apathy among many of tho usually most active men In the Democratic party so when tho polls closed there was a general feeling that the Repub licans had carried county by a good majority and that Storer had de feated Cosgrove In the First district and Caldwoll in the Second district was reolcctod by a handsome majority Tho Democrats however do not concede the defeat of Cosgrove CINCINNATI Nov hundred and ninetyseven precincts inHamilton county give Ryan u majority over Orornloy of 907 Last year in the same precincts Campbell had a majority ovor Forakcr of 7057 showing a not gain of 8004 Tho entire Republican ticket in Efaaiilton county is elected by majorities ranging from 4000 to TOOO Four hundred and seventy procincts out side of Hamilton county give Ryan Cromley Lockwood 327X The same In 1880 gave tforaker Campbell 100 Heiwlg 3417 At 1 a m it Is estimated that tho major ity for Ryan in the State will bo from CwzvKrjAND Nov indications are that for Con gress in tills district is olootod A dispatch from Postorla Ohio says ox Governor Foster Is elected by 400 DTho chairman of tho Wayne County Re publican Committee says McKinloy carried tho county by 400 Campbell carried It one year ago by Nov Is rooloctod to Congress in tho Seventh Ohio district IN MKIN LEYS ALLTANCB Nov indications aro that McKinloy has made heavy gains Stark county will likely give him a majority CANTON Nov precincts in Stark county oiitof a total of sixtyfour give a gain for McKlnley over 188 of 545 MoKliiloys own ward complete is just gives a gain of 385 This makes McKin leys gain 840 in fourteen of tho sevonry four precincts in Stark county which wont 1JOO for Campbell last yerir At 11 oclock twentyfive of tho sixtyfour voting precincts of Stark county give Mc Kinloy a not gaiu of 134fi to overcome tho plurality of 1031in 3880 The Tabernacle whore Major McKinloy is surrounded by five hundred enthusiastic citizens with as many more outside trying to got in presents a scene of enthusiasm unecjualed even at any part of this1 most remarkable campaign If the balance of the prociriots keep on at tho ratio of increase will bo olootod by a handsome majority Masslllon city and Perry township Warwicks home gives McKinloy 1301 Warwick J534 BCOLUMUTTS Nov delegation stands Ton Democrats and twelve Repub licans according tofcho tlio latter arid twelveDemocrats to ninoRepub licans on the estimate of tho former but does not undertake to estimate major ities in view of tho meagernessof the re turns up to la m It also claims tho Republicans have elected twelve out of tho twenty members Of Corngross which is a Republican loss of 1 inthe First district j The Times does jiot claim Illinois for the Democrats either to State ofilcors or the Legislature The Ijitter however is declared to be very close the Democrats having according to the Times made heavy gains At 2 a m the figures from less than half the city precincts are reasonably complete including scratched tickets The figures from the first 174 approximately finished voting places out of a total of 502 give Congressman Lawler for Sheriff u loiid of J54 over Gilbert Repi Tho returns from the country towns apparently show that tho Republicans are holding np their end outside of the city conservative es timate puts tho Republican plurality a1 about 3000 in Cook county As the ticket contained nominees for onlycounty offices It looked as if the Republicans hadmade i clean sweep except for Congressmen THE PRESfCENTS VOTE gressloual district indicata the certain re election of A M Dockcry over Gibson Tho returns from tho Eleventh Missouri Congressional District show tho certain re election of Blandj over Jorvin Elands majority is over 3000 MINNESOTAS STRUGGLE to It Counted One in Favor of Honest Indiana Government INDIANAPOLIS Nov President rested at tho house of Mr McKee an hour and then wont to the polls A flag was sbrotohocl over tho entrance to the polling ho deposited hi ballot his name bolhs recorded the judge of election said Its plain Bon Harrison Yes said tho President aud his vote counts but The Presidents vote was the onohuhdred and fiftysecond cast in tho precinct After depositing the ballot tho President returned to the residence of Mr McKee where ho remained until halfpast 4 when he was driven to tho station and took the train for Washington DiiTlng tho afternoon a few personal and political friends called and at the train quite ft crowd gathered to see him off Returns from the Thirteenth Congres sional district to tho Sentinelindicate the reelection of Congressman Shlveley NO CONCESSIONS MADS At midnight Chairman Jowntt of the Dem ocratic State Central Committee said to an Associated Press reporter We have car ried the State by elected the Legis lature and eleven of tho thirteen Congress men We are claiming nothingand con ceding Chairman Micboner of tne Republican State Central Committee said toa repre sentative of tho Press at mid night We have returns fromonly a few districts and therefore havenothing on which to base an estimate You can say distinctly however that we are making no THIS WISCONSIN PRIESTS THE ILLINOIS CONTEST MASSACHUSETTS LOST A Democratic Governor and a Gain of Two Congressmen BOSTOW Nov towns in Massachusetts and 200 out of 205 precincts of Boston give for Governor Blacknor 305S Brackett Rus sell Knssolls plurality 383 If Russell continues to gain on tbo State outside of he has so in elected Governor by at The Democrats hayo gained two Congressmen at least From guins on tho vote the Indications aro that Russcli for Governor will bo olootod by 5000 plurality The Democrats have gained two Congressmen The Democrats claim the State by plurality and the Republican Committee concede Russells Twentyeight towns In tho Ninth district for Congress give Chandler 7428 Williams 7U7f Tho remaining towns are expected toeleot Williams f oclock this morning under tho now ballot law An unusually largo number of work ers wore about the polls the Peoples Mu nicipal League alone supplying a small army of them The politicians of every party unusual efforts to got a full viu tarly Tho voting in consequence of the requirements of thu new law proceeded moro slowly than usual but with greater steadiness At noon a greater proportion of the registered votes than is customary at that hour wero The new ballot law did not seem to Jrucrfero to any groat ex tent voting in tho tenement house districts Thoy had all instructed In the use of pastors aud far moro of them than of tho original official ballots were used In almost every district however cliizons lost votes through fail tire tq com ply with the provisions of the lasv within the prescribed ten minutes A largo num bor of who thus lost their votes were possessingeducation and intelll Recci1 but who failed to acquaint them details of the law Mifnj Arrests woro tuadfduring the registering and voting and for dcstroyln ballots A number of saloonkeepers with Oaudltir slightly In lead at for keep Ing opon la too near prox IniJty to polling places DELEGATION p m Congressman Lodge eloctod In tho Sixth Congressional district but admits that majority will not be much ovce 1000 in place of about 51100 two years ago In the First district Randall is reelected the Second E A Morse rooloctod Third Andrews reelected Fourth ONoll re elected Fifth Hoar defeated Foxi Seventh Cogswell re elected but by plurality reduced 18S8 alul his election is by no mo ans assured The Ninth Tho Supremo Court judges ruled iu case voter is physically disabled au present is Tho returns from a oloso vote be The Election of Cannon Claimed ly 5OO Majority Nov election In this city today though hotly contested passed over very quietly The day on the whole was cool and clear The ohlof interest cen tered in the contest between Congressman Lawlor and James TT Gilbert Another element of Interest was tho contest for County Superintendent of Schools Mrs General Mulligan bolng tho Democratic nominee Tho little rod schoolhouso was the issue Mrs Mulligan Is a Catholic and her opponent Albert 6 Lane Is a 1rotes tant and the public school question was used for the purpose of turning Democratic votes from Mrs Mulligan A very large vote was oast and it Is stated that In no election for years have so manymembers of the richer classes and prominent business men voted as today The State ticket was scratched here owing to tho agitation on the compulsory school question and tho strength of tho ticket of the Citizens or Patriotic Sons of America Tho ticket contained only the names of nativeborn Americans bolng mado up of nomineesof tho two leading parties with some Prohibitionists whoro tho Republicans and Democrats had both nominated alienborn citizens Tho contest hi tho dis tricts in tho city was largely a personal one and the tarill1 wasrjn groat measure lost sight of CANNON HKKLECT15D DANVILLE Nov Republicans claim the election of Cannon to Congress by 500 The Democrats claim it Is still in doubt THE OONCmlbSSlONAL PROBABILITIES Of the twenty Congressional districts in Illinois tho indicaticrra at 11 oclock are that Congressmen Adams Hopkins Hltt Hen derson Hill and iayson are unques tionably roolectod as is also probably Powell There is not a groat deal of doubt of tho success of in the Tenth district In the Congressman Gosts elec tion has been stubbornly contested by Cable andthe result is doubt Wllko Springer Lurio and Williams aro reelected and the indications point bo the roeloctlon of Smith in theTwen tieth District and Forman In tho Eighteenth Sixteenth District is still doubtful but Fithian claims reelection In Chicago the Democrats still deny the election of Taylor in the First and Mason in the Third districts but it seems probable now that both of them are reelected The Democrats are claiming the defeat of Cannon In the Fifteenth district but thoRe publican State Central Committee still assert that he is reelected majority The Democratic State Central Committee assert that private advices show the Demo crats have carried State byv 9000 major ity They gain At midnight returns the State ticket are comingin very slow Only eighfoouu tlws in the State exclusive of Cook county are heard These bnlhe vote of State1 Treasurer give Amberg ariet plural ity of 2300 v over Wilaon In the same conn years the vote was somewhat heavier Harrisons net plurality 50SO The Tribune will sayt that tie scat tering natureof the closeness of the contest and the ox tensive scratching render it impossible at this malce statement the results either on and that about the only thing that is nately settled is that They Worked With Tireless for the Democratic MirAVAOKEE Nov the polls closed at this afternoon the most unique and exciting polltical struggle in the history of tho city came to an end The feature of the day was the i activity of the Catholic and Lutheran shaling against Bennett School laws At a polling booth at tho oor ner of Green Bush and Mitchell streets on the South Side almoat In tho of St Agficss Oathollc Polish priests bhsiedthemselves In seeingthat each of their con n try men voted and examined tho ballots to make sure that they wore casting them against the llttlo school was tho busiest His out side tho city In the town of Lake and he stated triumphantly to a friend that when he left tho precinct in which his is located there had boon only one or twoRe publican votes cast against 100 Democrats second Sixth ward the Capuchinmonks appeared twentythrue strong headed by tho father guardian iAs quietly as they camo went away leav ing twentythree moreDeiliocnitio ballots In tho box Most of the Lutheran churches had mbct ings last night at which Democratictickets were distributed at tho booths Th Lntheriins would not anything to d with peddlers Some of them would tak anything that was put into their hands and shove their pockets where It wui presumably left The ll thi votes cast is consequently a At nearly everypolling place some Lu theran generally a school teacher wi stationed to seo that their popple did no allow themselves to bo persuaded to accop tickets from the Republican peddlers The Prohibition and Labor votus to tho Republicans Split every imaginable kiud could bo found in nips precincts The total and the votewas The last spring was Sixtythree voting precincts in the State of Wiscuusin including thirtysix precincts in of Milwaukee show a net Demo cratic gain of 3480 John L Mitchell Isundoubtedly elected to Congress Congressional District IllJ3 CONGKESSMKN So far as received the returns Indicate the election of Cooper inthe First Dis Earwig Dorn in tho Latol lette In the Fourth Bruckner Inthe Fifth Clark in the Thomas In the Seventh the McGord in The Demo crats claim tho election ocjpeck and the en tire Democratic State Ticket re turns are too meager and the Republicans think Hoard ire elected The Legislature is Republican and Spooner Two hu ndrecl precincts In the State in cluding sixtyeight In Milwaukee and fbur towns in the county of show a net Democratic gain of 0495 The not ocratic gnin In sixtyeight precincts the city of Milwaukee is 2589 Two hundred and nineteen voting i pre cincts including sixtyseven precincts VJn Milwaukee City and four towns inMilwau kee county show a net Democratic gain of The Republicans how claim Statebyi only while tlie Democrats claim it carry Milwau kee by 5000 The Republicans one Congressman in theMilwaukee district The delegation islands six Republicans and three Democrats THE KANSAS MIXUIP The Indications Seem Favorable the Democracy ST Nov cool clear day usu ally means a full vote and the interest in the State election added to the size of tho voto In Minnesota Tho result will bo lato from the fact that the Alliance voto prevents any accurate estimates as to tho probable plurality That voto will come PO largely from the more distant country districts that nothing certain will bo known curly in the night Alliance vote so far as heard from up to 11 oclock is not nearly so great as tho leaders of tho movement counted on Late figures are against tho high claim of the Republican committee and in favor of tho Democracy Tho vote of Minneapolis soerns likely to settle tho election that city having already given a sufficient voto apninst Merriam to nearly defeat him Two ago lie loft Henncpin county with a plurality of nearly 4000 but if tho figures thus far reported continue he will leave that county this year with nearly that much against him Chairman Campbell of tho Democratic State Committee says ho thinks they have gained three Congressmen and Governor Tho Minnesota delegationIn the next Congress will have at least ono Democrat to four Republicans In it and the Democrats aro claiming four out of the five DEMOCRATIC MISSOURI The Republicans Will Probably Lose a CoriRressmun ST Lotus Nov was warm and clear Reports from all tho twenty eight wards indicate that the voto will bo large The loaders are placing it as high us The excitement is running un usually high for an off year There was no trouble to speak of There was much confusion attending tho first practical trial of tho Australian system Tho returns soem to Indicate that tho Democrats have carried the Eighth and Ninth Congressional districts by good ma jorities The districts now represented by Republicans seem to to Tjifact he Republicans concede Byrness election Tho Democratic State Committee tonight claim Judge Pagans election in the Thirteenth district now represented by Col Wado KANSAS CITY Nov full re turns from this Jackson county show a majority Tor the Democratic ticket ney tho Democratic candidate for Con gress ran ahead of his ticket The Repub lican Committee concede Tarsneys election by 3000 majority At midnight tho returns indicate tho election to Congress of Moonlight in the First Kansas district Congressman Fimston boyond doubt in tne Second district over Chapman and Alien The news from Kansas shows unexpected strength in the Farmers Alli ance Robinson for Governor is pretty generally conceded to be out of tho race The FarmersAlliance claim WIllltHs election by a small plurality TheFarmors Alliance and Resubmlssion elected many candidates to the Legislature bitterly opposed as a rule to whoso term expires in 1891 but the op posed to the Republican State administra tion will vote for Tngallss reeloctlon so that the senior Kansas Senator will doubt ess retain his seat The Democratic repre sentation in the Legislature will bo small The same may be said of a number of tho larger towns of tho State Reports from about onethird of tho pre ciMi in the Second Congressional district indiato tho clectinn of McKjelgan 1 ancM over The fight in tho First d is warm and tho plurality for cither Connell or Bryan will no be over 1000 A hun1rcd precincts outside of Douglass i so confident of counvy Ooyd Richards 7530 Powers 5850 Paine o72 quiet hero with a favorable outlook for Republicans If the gains for Breokinridge continue at the rate they hivo boon coruiug his major ity in Pope county will bo to j TENNESSEE MAJORITIES The or Democrats Make a Gain One Congressman MRMPHIS Nov county gives tho the Democratic ticket a majority of about 1200 Tills county In 1888 gave Cleveland 1SS The Dortch registration played havoc with the negro vote Nov for Governor is olecid by ut least majority Kelly received about in the first Congressional dis trict Rutler is likely elected after one of tho bitterest contests in tho history of the State In tho Second district Houek is reelected by a greatly reduced majority In the Third Snodgrnss defeated Evans thus raalclug n gain of one for the Democrats In the Fourth Fifth and Sixth districts tho present members are rcekCted by tho usual njajorittes In the Seventh Cox succeeds Whithorn having defeated Whithorn for the nomination In the Eighth and Ninth tho present members are re elected In the Tenth district Joshua Pat terson is oleoted to succeed Phelan Tho Legislature will be Democratic by two thirds majority in both houses VICTORIOUS TILLMANITES IN PROHIBITION IOWA Second district been elected to Lawler TheJitcr Oceanalso declines to make any definite resuIts v At 1 2 i0 the returns from the doubtful Sena torial State are so m eager th it ia imppssib le toxpred let what tho of General Assem contested districts tire the candidates anyclxtCJit Hhom cbntiOlor dwsupt The Fanners Claim the Election of Three KANSAS CiTrvNov many po i n la 1 a in d ica te ah e a v i e r F ar1 Al liance vote than an claim votes for the State ticket The Republicans concede that the Farmers Al 1 i an ce h a veVm in roads n to thei r The iSepublicaris claim pi uraJity f State ticket Denfpj crats be elected an ce ai m three Con gressm e ri ah d th Democrats reelection of is returns froiii cou i have been recel viedby this Of these g Doinpcratiftyarid five for The for many yevrsKansas sends itt broken Kepiibllean ideieqatlpii to It vds considered The Republican Ticket Receives a Good Plurality DBS Nov large voto was polled andmoro straight tickets were cast by nil parties than ever before Returns received np to midnight indicate a Republican plurality on tho is Late ticket of from 4000 to Tho Democrats claim tho election of their State ticket by 5000plurality From returns so far re ceived from towns and city wards the probabilities aro that tho country town ships show increased plurality for the Re publicans The First Fourth Sixth Ninth and Eleventh Congressional districts are doubtful with the probabilities In favor of the Republicans Hayes is re elected in the second The other districts are considered safely Republican COUNCIL BLUFFS Nov returns indicate the election of Reed for Congress to 1000 BuiiMNGTOrt Towa Nov returns show groat Democratic gains in the Towa district Seerley is prob ably blected by 500 majority ovor Gear JCHT GREEN MOUNTAIN STATE One Republican Congressman From South Carolina S Nov in Che State does not exceed Till man 5s elected by not loss than ma jority The election was absolutely devoid of incident or excitement Tho negroes having no regular ticket in the field for the most part declined to choose between the Democrats Tho vote in Charleston was the lightest ever known the total being about out of a total registered voto of about Tho returns from the Congressional districts are not yet complete but the fig ures received apparently assure the election of Democrats In all the districts oxcopt the Seventh where T E Miller colored will probably succeed In Montana HELENA Nov by fair woathcr the voto of Montana for Congressman and eight State Senators has probably reached well up to the registry at the polls today The tariff issues from tho standpoints of the two parties entered prominently into the debate of the campaign Probably tho greatest effort over put forth by tho De mocracy of tho State was that today for the election of Congressmen and supremacy in tho State Senate Chairman Daly of tho Democratic committee claims a large voto for Dixon In Doer Lodge and Silver Bow counties ExGovernor White chairman of the Republican State at the closerof tho polls expressed confidence in the reolection of Carterand a majority of the Republican State ticket and Senators The returns so far received Indicate Dem gains throughouttho They aro corning very slowly however and are not likely to be sulhcJent to decide it before A Democratic Congressman Elected in Now Hampshire CONCORD N The Indications at p hi are that there is no choice of Governor by tho people of tho State and that McKinnev is elected to Con gross in the aud tho Sepond district is very close tho chances In seveutythrec tiafwns the Democrats eighteen meVubers of the Bouso of Representatives and at their headquarters in this city they that they have carried the State by a good ma jority The Republicans concede the McKinney to Congress In theFirst district by700 majority from seventyfive towns Governor Amsden Fletcher 372 Republican net loss a Democratic State Committee claim Amsdens election as Governor by the peopleand the election of MoKinney and Daniels to Congress Also a majority in the House withthe Senate in doubt The rote is tho closest for years IN CALIFORNIA The Michigan Indications Nov to the new elec tion law which was In operation for first time the returns from all parts of the State will bo late and from many points It is announced that they will not be forth coming The Gubernatorial candidates aro making a close run with the chances in favor of tho Republican nominee though ho is running behind the rest of tho ticket From the Democratic committee it is learned that their candidate for Gov ernor made big Inroads into some of the Republican strongholds The Democrats are also claiming tho district sure and tho Fifth Sixth Seventh and Tenth doubtful Two hundred and nrifl precincts includ ing fiftysix in Detroit give Turner for Governor Winans The present indications from meager sources of information are that the Demo crats have carried the First Second Fifth Seventh Eighth and Tenth Congressional districts with possibilities in the Sixth Niuth and Fourth The Virginia Congressmen RICHMOND Nov from every Congressional district in the State where there Is a contest show Democratic gains over the vote of 1888 Jones will bo elected in the First district over Brown Edmunds in the Sixth dis trict defeats Shelbourno In defeats Lawson Lee in tho Eighth defeats Hume Tho contest in the Second Fourth and Ninth is still In doubt but the Democrats claim them all WHEELING W Nov up to 1 oclock are very meager In the Third district Alderson is reelected Wil son in the Second district is proba bly elected by a narrow majority Liouisfana Probiibiy Solid NKW ORLEANS Nov weatherwas delightful all day faras heard from the elections have been quiet throughout the State with a comparatively light vote this evening are that Cole man will be defeated for Congress by the The latest returns indicate that Meyer defeated Warmouth for Con grew In the First district by 2000 rni jority and Logan has defeated Colw man in the Second district by 3000 In the other districts there was no organ izedopposition ro the Democrats Washinftton Republicans Napping SEATTLE Xov Republicans woro a sweeping victory today that many of thorn did not come out to vote while tho Democrats worked niost energeti cally Tho result is that there is consider able doubt toruight about tho outcome of tho election although tho Republicans claim a majority of tliu Legislative seats and local ollicoa The Democrats aro jubilant and confident of IJITRO gAlns in the Legisla ture Wilson is probnbly elected to Congress though by a reduced majority Connecticut All Ritfht HARTFOHO Nov towns no cities show Morkln for Governor about 900 ahead of tho vote polled by Bulkloy In 1SSS auid 1000 ahead of his competitor The cities will put Morso ahead but no choice by tho peoplo is at present probable The Legislature In ap Republican on a Rus sell Third Congressional district holds his own nsralnst Wells and is evidently elected Sporry Is olootod in tho First New Democratic AmiuQUKRQUE Nov Territorial election today was for Delegate to Con Kross members of tho Council and county officers H is quite certain that Josephs for Delegate carried ten out of the fourteen counties in the Territory with a majority least 500 Tbo Democrats have probably a majority in both hbuses O tho Legislature the tirst time In twenty four years North Carolina RAuiifiH N Nov re turns show the election ot tho following Democratic Congressmen Branch Firs district Gnvdy Third Bunn Fourth Williams Fifth Alexander Sixth Hen derson Seventh Returns from tho Second Eighth and Ninth are not conclusive Tho Domocrattc State Judicial ticket ia oleoted by a largo majority New Jersey NEWARK N Nov for Congress is elected In tho Fifth WHliam Walter Pholpss district The Congressional delegation from Jersey will stand two Republicans Berber and Buchanan and five Democrats The bitter were gained In the Fifth and Sixth districts Virginia RICHMOND Nov election passed off tho Democrats polling about tho usual vote in Richmond and Man chester for George D Wise for Congress who had no opposition A notable feature was tho absenceof colored voters at the polls Occasionally one appeared with Democratic ballov West Virginia CHARLRFTON W Nov point to a Democratic victory In the Con gressional and Senatorial districts The Democrats nittdc large galuR tri tho city and county but tho result will not be definitely known until tomorrow v Florida Nov Wilson says Bullocks majority will bo from 5500 toftOOO over Strlplong for Congress Tho State ticket wUl be elected by A majority of Governor Shoup Sworn In BOISB CITV Nov Shoup yesterday took the oath of office and issued a proclamitionconvening tho Legis lature December 8th Oklahoma Republican KANSAS OITY retnrns from Oklahoma are to the effect that Hurvoy is elected Delegate to Congress by iflOO majority over Moody and Orocke Fanners Democratic Gains in Connecticut HARTFORD Nov towns give the Stato ticket a not Democratic gain of 230 No change In the Legislature The Kentucky Elected LKXIXOTON Nov C P Breclvinridgo was reelected today by 8000 majority A HIGH LIFE SCANDAL Clunie for Congress Probably De Jeixted y Loud SAN close contest made on several municipal officers and reports of trading and scratching are nu Notwithstanding the fact that the election was complicatedinthis the fact that of independent tickets inthe the principal ones of which are theu Reform Democrats and the ODonnell tLe contest isbelieved to bebetween the Democratic and Republican parties The Republican State Committee claims for in district will be elected over Clunie Thetotal registration1 inSanFrancisco this year Tras nearly which is 1200more the registration of two ago The count but of 310 precincts Ee 5T shows that the Reform very flight Colorado in Doubt DENVER Nov umisimlly heavy vote cast here and throughout the State The returns will be as the polls closed at 7 oclock At the Democratic headquarters every jubilant and Chairman Arbiickle claims the election of the entire ticket by 5000 Chairman Ashley of tlie Republican while admit ting that the jjtate Treasurer Attorney Gonersil and of Public In struction are donbtfnl is satisfied that they will elect the remainder of the cluding the Legislature hat ODonhell received v large vote NEBRASKA The C tie retu rbs ST PAUL Nov election throughout South Dakota was very exciting vote was polled Besides the ex citement on the State and Congressional tickets a bitter fight for prohibition brought out possible Last fall the first total vote was and that will probably be to have been all the returns are in toniglit The uncertainty of the Alliance vote makes as to the results unreliable MoCpraas Defeated Maryland dispatch to Sun says McLain Is probably Congresslonjir district He coun ty byl 00 retu r us from Fifth district for Cocoptpn1oveir JVTudd ReplV The are an solid Demo returned from Maryr Flow a Woman Ilaiaed Funds to Join Her Paramour LANSING Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Series One of the most sensational high lifo criminal trials ever in the court In this section has been ended by a disagreement of the jury prosecution for forgeryof Mrs Gertrude Whlttjicrc of Portland who throe years ago was a lady of high She became enamored of her cousin Frank Allen Tho husband of Mrs Whittacro discovered them one even Allen a beating andho fkd to Canada A Tow days later Mrs Whlttacre appeared at ono of the banks hero with a draft for purporting to have been by Dovlrie Co on bankers at Bclding wJiioa she cashed and joined her paramour in The pair wore living a ranch near Denver when located by detectives They were here and after several un successful attempts to compromise the case come to trial Mrs Whlttacre her paramour and ono Wbeelor beiug indicted for forgeryl Whittacros case was the first taken up The defense was that tho draft was genuine and expert testimony was intro to show this the theory beingthat were In financial straits and knowing the anxiety of Mrs Whittacre to j Jo Allen a conspiracy was formed to raise this auiminLon a genuine draft She wan to have 5500 to act as negotiator and then flee the country when the draft was to be pro nounced ii forgery Devlne difficulty vvouid be tided over and soruo compromise would be effected Mrs Whittacrys father left for home at the conclusion of the trial taking bis daugh ter with him thoroughly penitent The aHalr his wrecked three homes and rained the healthof Mrs Wbittacres CHAKJLliIS FISCHEH SUICIDES A Brother of the Anarchist Strangles Himaelf to Death Nov fTRiBtnin ian Chronicle Inscher a brother of the notorious Adolph Fischer the Ch iqago who was banged fQt the Bay market crime com niitted suicide in this city thisafternoon Fischer was a compositor onthe vFreftictt Freund a Pittsburg Gernian newspaper and for some time had been suffering from illhea 1th Yesterday afternoon he asked a fellowboarder1 at 535 SnbltbfleldZJitreetlfor lilsrevolver but was refused entered his own room indcloted the door Ten minutes afterward found dead on tiobr strangled like archist own hand had knotted V silk scarf about his neck tied it about the low bed poet and thrown entire weight Htranfling to death letter aayinc that in case any thing him h is second brother at shutiid goods were found several books upoaMMtai istio topics NOT THR ;

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