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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - November 04, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioU 9watok t9 th1 Ixko Cikk. It gnus november 4-3 a. result urn i a Lection was not Only unexpected uses of the democrats of the Sute overwhelming in the extent of the r. While a very Large Timber of rate anticipated defeat they did not r snore than 10.000 or 12.800 plurality Finley. Instead of tha they were lied with a series of returns which in a plurality for him of from 18.000 to Van if it does not so beyond the latter Fth legislature Aleo gees largely the Demacro is so far As present Bat jete Retar be show. The House is in stand sixty two republicans to be atm seats and the Senate seven publicans to fourteen demo Crata the act was Ham in the seventh and How in Twenty first or failing in one of and in the Twenty fifth Cuy Ahafea k where the returns Are still too inti to figure 9n the local and Legisla feet but. In any expat the Republic sure to have from fifteen to Twenty inst ballot it is impossible to get ing like full returns on the Leiila cd the actual result in several of the unties and in two or three senatorial s will not to known before to mor Hore was great interest at both head a. Great hilarity at the Republican and corresponding depression at the a Tiu. The Only Consolation the dem r and if maintained would Gire him 15.500 outside of Hamilton county. The vote of Ashen Hurst will he 2a500 and that of Fleite 12.080. The total vote of the state promises to reach or 8. 9 45 pm in of Hamilton by from precinct for Campbell of \ take him to k. November a us get ten precincts outside of Bam ity give Meki lev 25.455 Camp last year Ryan. 23.918 Oromieh. An Ley e gain. 523. It this would give 5.500 outside of Hamilton. The Jig s a a. We to inn Nanua b. November 9-11 25, Hun Lirty six precincts ont sice of Ham a rain of 888 for Mckinley. This i my 7.009 outside of Hamilton. Ember this Campbell concedes Mckin from 15.090 to 26.600 plurality. Tley a Triumph met did. A co is Mai Ina mfr november 8-11 40 y. N. id sixty four precincts out ail ton county give Mckinley a Bell 29.455 gain for Mckinley. Or seines la Cleveland give my against yol. I no. 17.wednesday morning november 4, 1891�?tw�lve pages whole no. 4322 All of it. The whole shooting Hatch hobbled up by our Friend the enemy. In a a vie legislature use Republican of joint Ballet returns exasperating slew in coning 1b, enough is known to Force out the fact that the Kangaroo a Dod Dertad big Load. A 295 precinct show t net Cain 1.214 for Mckin Ley this would give him 8.000 outside of Hamilton at democratic Headquarters Mckinley is conceded elected by 15.000. Unless returns should become More favourable. Ooh Gott set iii dispatch to Tbs by Durasa. Columbus november 8�?um5 p. Han. Of there Uhlean state committee. At this Hoar claims Mckinley s election by from 19.000 to 21.86o. And a Republican majority in both branches of the legislature. A Midnight rattle. Arraut dispatch to the in que a a. Columbus. November 3 a 12 p. M. A three Hundred and seventy nine precincts show 1jb5 gain for Mckinley. Nine precincts in Hancock county give Campbell 75 gain. Six precincts in Delaware give Campbell 77 Gam. Eight precincts in Scioto give Campbell 200, his probable gain in Scioto county is 600. Campbell Sains 208 in Middletown. As if the is j did t know is. Columbus november Hahn has just sent the following Telegram to major Mckinley at Canton a allow Meto congratulate Yon on your election by from 19.000 to 2i.0c3 you have with Yon both branches of the just look to thin it special dispatch to the by qty Ibba. Columbus. November 4�?12 40 a. Hundred and Twenty three precincts show a net gain of 2.775 for Mckinley. This is one sixth of the precincts outside of Hamilton Ana would indicate 16.650 be Tore reaching Hamilton. Wh00p-la Flower wins new York which swung gracefully into line yesterday. Good weather and straight voting knocked out Fassett. T to Beret a be Hap. Special dispatch to ton enquire. Columbus. November Hundred and forty eight precincts give Mckinley 59am Campbell. 52.346 gain for Mckinley. L950. This is a heavy falling off in Mckinley gains and would give him less than 5,000 outside of Hamilton county. But notwithstanding the a Drable Tarn in the latest returns. The democrats who Are doing the figuring concede Mckinley at least 15.000. Whf it Nevar Stop. \ spec i a. Dispatch to the . Columbus. November 3.�?five Hundred and seventy precincts give Mckin Ley 3.442 gain a big increase Over the preceding return and indicates 12.060 for Mckinley outside of Hamilton. What Rowle Tell rep w4, Fracul dispatch to the enquire. A Columbus. November 4-2 a. Boler telegraphs that Mckinley a majority in Hamilton county will not exceed 4.100 or. Monnot. Of Canton telegraphs that Campbell carries Stark county by 500. Mckinley s majority for Congress last year was too. The republicans elect their representative in Williams count. Hearty Vos to one. Special dispatch to tr1 Columbus. Nov Raber 4�?2 a. Republican state committee this hour claims the Senate will stand eighteen Republican mid thirteen Democrat and the House sixty eight Republican and thirty five Democrat with Van Wert and Perry counties in doubt. Mek Totey a majority goes. Dispatch to vhf . 4�?2 25 a. Mckinley gains 4.142. This a males of Hamilton county. Absolutely no let up. Dispatch to ten xxx Uminn november 4 2 80 a. the that wore considered doubtful on Itsuro thus for heard fogs elect and chairman Hahn hit the a Feirt i by a majority of 94 on Voiht bal i pm Oyer thousand. And tace defeat of Campbell be needed by the p. a a a Patch 4.�?3d� a. plurality will Axis Republican and their joint ballot will a from to to 35. The doubtful and close counties heard elect Republican representatives a Are Paulding. Hardin. Hancook. Will Washington Mussig gush and the republicans certainly elect or Twenty one senators and sixty seventy members of the Brack. Dem., is Defeated for the in this county by wac Dot. And dem. For fio hones is in doubt being closely pushed by Morion. The indications Are that Campbell will have 1.700 plurality in Franklin county running 500 ahead w Hig ticket. _ this Moos sat la is. Columbus. Ohio. November Xzin an into to night chairman Neal said a everything is lost. Mckinley will carry the state any thing above that you nol Neal i him can use your own figures for we Are snowed a How about the legislature a was asked. Wii. They take that. Too. But loan not toll by what this is the first news Given out at democratic Headquarters but it has Boon noticed that no High degree of animation Baa been Felt there All evening since the first returns were received. Hilarity reigns supremo in All Republican houses. A sir six a a Nanfo hed a a Lotee. A Ocial dispatch to to in Quibus. Columbus. November 4.�?j. Bloat Fassett. Of now York telegraphs major Mckinley As follows a advices show my defeat also year election. Please accept my congratulations on your magnificent 8ena�0b Sherman -r�?1 it a to Batte Voa a he Ken Gazoo Gastom bus a a Corn to stay. Manc Tuelp. November Xzin in interview with senator she Dan to night by a United press reporter on the result of the a Lection in Ohio the 3cnator said a it is a glorious Victory. I Nave cause to belie is Mckinley has been elected by Over 15,000 plurality and that the legislature is safely Republican. The result whatever it May to. Will have an important influence upon future canvasses and elections. Two issues free coinage and a protective Tariff were never before presented so distinctly to the people of a state As they have been to the people of Ohio. As to the Tariff the Issue was fairly made and met. As to Freo coinage of Silver it was clearly made an is ape by the democratic convention out Campbell and nearly a the democratic speakers shrunk from it. The new ballot system has been tried with Many misgivings in both parties but the Experiment was successful. And i believe it has come to the legislature. Commit natives. Claims made by she democratic so on senators and represent special dispatch to tvs a Paniss. Cold Umbus. November 8,-at the democratic Headquarters they claim the following senators Ana representatives to be elected omitting Cuya hoga and Hamilton from the calculation a Jvone democratic senator each in the second fourth. Third. Nin a. Fourteenth. Tenth twelfth. Fifteenth. Sixteenth. Seventeenth. Twenty eighth. Eighteenth. Nineteenth. Thirtieth. Thirty first and two in the thirty second a total of twelve. One Republican 6engtor each in the quot fourth. Fifth eighth eleventh. Thirteenth Twenty fourth. Twenty sixth. Twenty seventh. Twenty ninth and two in the twentieth and Twenty second nine in ail. Dis lamp re democratic gains where they not expected. Brooklyn polled up in the winning Side reports from the Interior cities. New York. November a a Roswell p. Flower was elected to Day As governor of new York to succeed David b. Hill. His plurality is estimated at Between 1x000 and 24,000. Fassett did not carry Elmira his own City Flower beating him by 504 votes. This Eity gave Flower 5x000 plurality and Brooklyn Cave him 14.�d0. Rosaros received from districts outside of now York and Kings counties indicate that Fassett has been meeting Fig Era a Fate. In Jefferson. Clinton. Essex Montgomery and Wyoming counties he was for behind the vote Fox Miller. Flower s gains on a decreased vote were ahead of Hills. a for wards show a gain of 500 for Flower. The vote in this City to Day was very Light. It Hap xxx that out of the registration of 261,532 at least 24x000 ballots would be polled. But Only about 220.000 persons voted. In the Hill mall or Campaign More than 271.900 votes were cast. Comparatively. Flower ran As Well As governor Hui. Whose plurality in this City nos 6x060. And who was elected by 1x006. Flower til Teute to the Harlem River 75.000 old a. It is doubtful if Fassett will bring Down 50.000 to meet it. The democrats Are gaining assemblymen in the state doing As Well As Flower but his election is assured. At 10 of clock governor Hill sent a Telegram to police commissioner Martin claiming the state for Flower by 40.000. Or. Flower s own Ebu mate of his majority in the state is 55.000. He Esb xxx Tom Bistort of the state did an election Day Dawn Forter. It was cold and Crisp in the Early hours hot it grew warmer As the Day wore on. While a denial Sun in a Clear Blue sky shone Down with strict impartiality upon righteous and wicked winners and losers alike. From a political stand Point Tbs weather was regarded As manare Deal ail around for it was a certain augury for a big vote. In this respect however it was thought the genial skies Pola favor the Reph Laicans. Especially in the country districts where Many voters stay at Homo when the weather Ana the reads Are bad. The weather throughout the state was pleasant and a big vote brought out in every City and election District. The first dispatch told that or. Fassett bad been ent severely in Rensselaer county and that he had gained astonishingly in Maroo. The smaller towns seem to give Kim a decreased vote from that of the liked by Milter in 188x a a mails it lower sub mid to approach very nearly the vote Given to Dafid b. Hill the bottle at the polls began ate morning and did not Elose until the stroke of 4 p. M. It was fierce in to Rocity from Start to finish. The voting in the up town precincts opened at a unprecedented rate. Not for years have men been heard to talk so freely about their own votes or have the great body of voters displayed so much of personal feeling. Up to 9 of clock the question of the successful candidate for governor was in doubt. In now York City Flower had up to that time Mode poor showing and even his later one of a majority of Only 58j900 is less than a natural democratic majority of the Metropolis. The foiling off Here sat trimmed to the action of the county democracy in resenting the exclusion of their delegates from the Sara via convention a i a by Tab o clock a sufficient number of figures had been obtained from districts in All parts of the state outside of new York county which by comparison with the Vete in this City showed that Flower s majority in the state would be about 25.000. Of tic foiling off of the vote in the counties North of the Harlem River seems to show that it ii Doe to the operation of the ballot and registration Laws under which the first general election is held in the state and seems to indicate that the Purchase of votes under these tews has now come to a stand still there was intense excitement around newspaper bulletin hoards in the leading clubs and Uptown resort where Tbs news was quickly known. There was cheering and a Canter be Erin. According a the fluctuating figures seemed to Render the Issue up to 9 of clock mors in doubt. The democracy carried both congressional districts the tenth and twelfth. Little of the Tetter District Flower s. Was elected and cockeran being reelected from the tenth. The list of senators elected shows that tammany carried All the districts except the cd by the Republican in the Assembly the tammany democracy made an almost clean sweep of the City. The republicans gaining one District the seventh. Tamp any candidates for the judiciary were elected by Large majorities and the Board of aldermen was swept by tammany Hall As completely As in its candidates for the Assembly. It was asserted in Republican quarters that they had not forgotten Tweed s celebrated Massage a what majority do you want quot and they have determined that what they Call a tammany tactics quot shall not in this regard at least have a Chance to be Felt the state committee. Therefore sent word to the Republican leaders throughout the state to direct that the a Pant be delayed a much As. Possible in order that the City May be counted first. This is the reason Why uie result m the state came in very slowly to night. Those who were waiting for it were surprised to find that the election inspectors outside of the City did not have their count finished much before Midnight. Of a a when the Early returns reached tammany Ball to night the main auditorium upstairs was ablaze of enthusiasm and Hurrah and fully 10/000 persons shouted with glee As the returns were read from the stage by leather lunged Annon acers. In the innermost tem it be were the big sachets of tammany. Or. Broker sat Side by Side with recorder Smyth. At 9 p. M. Croker sent a Telegram to Edward Murphy at Troy saying be Croeker believed new York county had Given 60.000 majority for Flower and king9 county 15,000. Midnight returns from Brooklyn show that the democrats have elected their mayor one congressman their entire City ticket seven aldermen at Large eight District aldermen three civil justices and five supervisors. The Republican politicians claim that the six stocking element of their party gave their support to Boody. The banker and thereby Defeated the German grocer. Henry . He Herald says stands As Fellows Morats 14 Assembly democrats 59, re Abicic amp us 69 Republican majority on join ballot next year 14. A st session the deliberate had a a Sheehan is not Ltd Jority a two on joint bail plurality in new York City being 5x290 and in Kings county about 16.000 it would thus appear probable that or. Flowers majority will be somewhat Over 40,000. / the of Seine a selected. New York. November a a the election in new York state was for governor lie often ant governor. Secretary of state. Comptroller treasurer. Attorney general and Engineer for four congressmen to fill vacancies caused by three resignations and one death for eight justices of the supreme court for the full Senate of thirty two Mem Bers and the full Assembly of 128 members. The present state Oti Teers Are democrats. The congressmen last elected in the districts where elections were held to Day were democrats x Republican 1,4 the last Senate con land 13 democrats democrats and 60 re City also noted for and aldermen and stated of 19 Republic the last Assembly of publicans. New Yore local judges. Cernei Brooklyn for mayor Aud other cite officers. Pc Watertown november Xun. M. Curtis. Rep., is elected to Congress for the Twenty second District. Richfield Springs november a a the town of Richfield Springs Complete gives Fassett 73 majority. The rest of the ticket about the same. New York november commercial advertiser bulletins Eaf Flower s majority in new York City is about 7x000. Mail and express bulletin puts it x 50.000, Watertown Novemb a a this City. Or. Flowers Home gives i ewer 2.029. Fassett .585. The City gave Hill 539. Milser 1.730. Syracuse november a a City of Syracuse Complete Flower x904. Go Nova. November x�?1 a Neva gives 13 pin reality for Fassett. A dem of 69. _ Rochester. November a turn Shew total vote of assets 9.249. % Ratic gain Over 1888 a the unions re to Fassett. 12.697 Flower. 10.768 majority of Fassett. 1.929. A ,. A a Mem few Elmira november Xot turns of Elmira i a. I a plurality for Flower of gave Hill a plurality of he Complete re ttys Home show in 1888 the City the legit new York. That the state legislature Senate of republicans in d Denver november Tbs weather to Day was warm and Cloudy and the election be us one Ever the fact that the australian to Day. Had and two Donar Gly heavy synd ail question the most held in Denver. Onside this is an off year and system which went into disfranchised the Colon men. The vote cast was a one. Little or no trouble was experienced in getting the voters through the polling Booths. And the places of voting were free from the gangs of ticket paddlers and boozers. Who under the old system were a an Noya aoe to the voter. When the polls closed to night no arrests had been reported for illegal voting. There were five tickets in the diet do Tebei democratic Republican. Prohibition. Peoples party and Aponte non fart Isaa. The first two polling the vote the other three making Bat Tittle showing. A no state officers were voted tor. Except for chief Justice of the supreme court and Bat Little scratching was dons and that entirely for local offices. Reports received from state indicate that the al quiet in and in Many the Conn be very slow end on account of the great distance the precincts Are apart it will be very late before returns of a definite character can be had. There is. However no doubted the election of judge Helm. Rep to the chief Justice ship and the proposition to Isroe a new bonded indebtedness of ssc0.00o to Complete the state building has been of Rry a t Belknap elected. Grand rapids. November x a Charles e. Belknap wee elected to Congress yesterday. To fill the vacancy caused by the death of congressman H. Ford of the fifth District by a plurality of 1.200 or l5q0 Over John be. Lawrence. The democratic candidate. -1 a Oug the names Parte of the de off ticket. Vib Gim. Richmond november a a further returns indicate the election of democrats from Brunswick. Dinwiddle. Prince George and Surrey counties a democratic gain of three members of the lower House. The democrats elect sixteen members wit Bont opposition and nine members from counties represented a Gay democrats in the last legislature for the Senate the democrats elect without opposition at embed from the fourteenth and Twenty fourth districts. Rich Movil november a a returns indicate a gain of three members in the lower House for the democrats. Democrats elected sixteen members without opposition. Richmond. November Xeno county in the state As far As heard from shows the election of a Republican or an Independent. Richmon. November 4�?1 80 a. democrats claim every senatorial District m the state. Reports received Here indicate that this is therase although news from the sixth and eighteenth districts is meager. Partial returns show democratic gains in the two die Tretts and there a Liardi a doubt that the eighteen has been carried by the democrats. Both of these districts were Republican in the last legislature. The democrats will have at least four fifths of the House. Two Alliance candidates and one straight out Republican have been elected to the House. The democrats will have a Large Independent working majority in the next legislature. A a democratic sweep. Richmond. November 4.�?returns at 2 a. M. Indicate that the democrats have elected eighteen of the Twenty senators and seventy three members of the House of delegates while the entire opposition has elected tour a Ripe Alliance candidate a three All right. The result in Iowa. Latest returns favor the democratic candidate and Boies election conceded on All hands. Tie republicans reluctantly Gire up the fight. Excitement yesterday ran High and the results Are eagerly sought for. Ass Moikis. November a a the most exciting election in the history of Iowa has closed. The result is Only a matter of counting now. Both sides have remained very confident throughout the contest. In Des Moines the democrats commenced firing their Carfon before a single precinct bad finished its bal voting. The republicans were not As demonstrative but justas confident of Victory. It is conceded that the election will be Elose. The most remarkable thine is the increase in the vote cast Over last year and two years ago All reports received indicate the heaviest vote Ever cast in the state. The interest taken has been so intense that no unfavourable weather Eon id keep the people from voting there were four tickets in the Field. Early in the Campaign it looked As if the Farmers Alliance or Peoples party would seriously complicate the election. The republicans anticipated this movement by placing in nomination a Farmer for governor and a Farmer for lieutenant governer. Or. Wheeler the candidate for governor is one of the most successful Farmers in the stake. He bad for years been closely identified with the state agricultural society and was a Republican of Good As Well As Long standing. He is neither a. Politician nor a Speser maker. He has made canvass unique m Iowa politics in Stead of talking to the people froth the stump he has met them in the reception room. His tour of the state took him into a majority of the counties. He has been shaking hands for nearly three months and his record in this respect is perhaps in equated in state politics. He further placed Bieselt in communication with the people by conducting a letter Bureau. He has written mors personal letters to his supporters than All the other Candida tes who have Ever run for governor in Iowa. The democrats have severely criticized his Campaign methods but they have been very popular with the Farmers who have certain admiration for a candidate who. \ like themselves is not a polished speech maker. The outcome of the Experiment is awaited with a degree of interest that is unprecedented. If or. Wheeler is elected his methods will be very popular with candidates a the future. If not. The Campaign of hand shaking and letter writing will be in bad repute. The Republican candidate for lieutenant governor. George Van Montem has played an important part of account of his dose association with the Farmers Alliance a which a has been one of the organizers and leaders. Y 1 Pennsylvania pronoun Twenty counties yet to be there Are eard from. At 8 a. A. New York. November 4�?3 a. thousand six Hundred and Nineteen election districts in new York state outside of new York and Kings county give Flower. 177.686 a Fassett 190 000. The same districts in 1888 gave Hill. 197.824 Miller. 242.27�l the 1.734 districts outside new York and Kings not yet heard from. Gave in 198x Hill. 201.254 Miller,90x915. Miller thus had a these districts a plurality of 19.661. In ease Fassett should have this same plurality in the districts yet to hear from his total plurality outside new York and kits counties would be 31,975. Flowers Kansas. A a Topeka. November a nine District judges were voted for in Kansas to Day. And in each of the 106 counties the following officers treasurer. Clerk. Sheriff Register of deeds. Surveyor. Coroner and one county commissioner. It will be a difficult matter even after the returns Are in. Unless the Victory is sweeping to Tell whether the Peoples party has gained or lost during the last year. Dispatches from All Over the a state say that the weather has been wretched. A cold drizzling Mist fell All Day. And a raw East wind made existence out of doors most uncomfortable the vote was very Light every where. Particularly in the towns. Besides the Light vote the Only other noticeable feature of the polling was the failure of the sub alliances to vote in blocks As they did last year when they swept the state. The Alliance fell behind. Kansas Corr. A. November a a dispatches from Vario of counties in Kansas show that the Alliance did not hold its own at to Days election. The returns Are very slow m coming in. And Only forty seven counties of the 106 in the state have been heard from. These forty seven counties Are scattered All Over the state and represent reprise 0 of to be made a clean sweep n. Harper county a War Union labor or aii Vahee. A very political phase. In Only two of them ave the Alliance made a cd Harper and Lyn has been either by and Lynn was a Strong Alliance county last or. The counties show almost invariably a publican victories or Republican gains. In a republicans appear to their foothold while Alliance h rerun can Victori the country the have regained the cities the i made in slight gains through the citizens Alliance but not enough to compensate them for their losses in the Rural districts. In the judicial tricks the returns at hand indicate that Alliance had met wholesale defeat Melican he Allia the judicial dist x the a be re s and Ance candidates for judges and voted either the Republican or democratic Linee whichever Warthe Stren geat. Die mourns november 4�?12 30 returns throughout the state at this hour indicate that Boies. Dem. Is elected governor Over Wheeler. Rep., by a reduced plurality. They will be very close however. And the democratic plurality is not Makeiy to exceed 2.500 votes r Doles had Kim Solf Strong. Ass Moines. November a a the democratic candidate for governor. Horace Boies has made himself a Power in state politics. He a Republican until the Issue of prohibiting became a prominent one in Iowa. Two years ago he was a rather obscure lawyer in Waterloo he was nominated by the democrats when nobody was anticipating a democratic Victory in Iowa. To made a Calm and dignified canvass and surprised the people by being elected. The first democratic governor of Iowa in nearly forty years. The question of redistricting the state following the National census became very prominent toward the end of the Campaign As Well As the question of the passage of a Law changing the method of selecting presidential electors. Similar to the one enacted last year a Michigan. The republicans urged these matters with so much persistence that governor Boies finally publicly pledged himself to veto any Michigan zing Bill that might be passed and to approve Only a Redis Trie Ting Bill that would be considered by impartial men As fair to doth parties. Tbs Peoples party candidate wan a. J. Westfall a Farmer of Woodbury county he ran for Congress in the eleventh Iowa District last year and received an unexpectedly targe vote. The fourth ticket in the Field was the prohibition ticket headed by Isaac t. Gibson. Of Henry county. Both a Flection of coded. A Des Moines. November 3.�?the re election of governor Boies by the democrats of Iowa is practically conceded on All hands. The democratic Central committee places his plurality at 10.000. And that of the state ticket at 2.000 less. Chairman Mack of the Republican committee said that the reports so for received were unsatisfactory and he hoped later ones would favor the republicans. At any rate he said the plan rarity would be Small either Way. Bole sorely n Winner. Ass Moritts november a a the Republican committee have closed its Headquarters and gone Home. Reports received at democratic Headquarters continue to show democratic gains and indicate a majority for governor Boies of &�s00 to 10.000. South Dakota special si8patch to the Enqu ibb. Pierre. November a a scattering returns from 102 precincts in 19counties indicate that John l. Jolley. Rep., is elected to Congress to succeed John r. Gimble. Rep. Deceased by a majority approximating 4.000. Woods. Democratic candidate polled a very heavy vote in the Black Hills counties of Pennington. Lawrence and Brule but in the Eastern and Northern counties does not seem to have figured As an element in the contest. Smith the Independent candidate of the Farmers. Has run wll in the agricultural counties of Lincoln. Union. A Spink. Brown and Codington but foiled to make much impression m the big counties of Beadle Hughes. Minnehaha and Yankton. The vote of the state outside the cities has been very Light and will not Aggrey Gate More than 54.000. The explanation of this is in the fact that the Farmers were in the midst of their threshing and could not spare the time to vote. Minneapolis november a a returns Are coming tin slowly from the South Dakota election and it is difficult to form even an approximate estimate estimate of the ultimate result. Jolley is ahead so far. But this comes largely Frera the fact that Only the villages and cities have reported their vetes. When the outlying precincts come in it is predicted that a serious change will come Over the result. At 10 of clock 122 precincts out of a total of l300 had been heard from giving 2.984 for Jolly. 1.398 for Woods and 1,143 for Bmith. The this must be added 300 plurality for to Mitta in Brown. 100 in Yankton and 109in Pennington. Sixteen precincts in Minnehaha out of thirty five give Jolley 619. Woods m Smith 227. 8ioux Falls 8. A. November 3.�?president Greene of the state Republican league claims the state for Jolley by 4.300. And Pate the total vote at 50,000. Amp falling off of thirty four per cent at Midnight out of a total 6t 1.800. Report Wood l733, Frimith l71�o swings completely around and goes to publican by Over fifty thousand. Special dispatch to the Inq Vulsia Philadelphia. November a a Pennsylvania is m doubt As regards the state ticket. The Early returns indicate gains Over the vote for Pattison. Dem. For governor last year and heavy increases Over the Boyer. Rep., vote of 1889. In the Western pert of the 8tata returns have Only been received from democratic counties in the East and they ail show increases. The returns Are late and the indications Are now that general Gregg. Rep., has been elected auditor general. The increase in the vote for a. L. Tilden. Dera. For state treasurer in All sections of the state indicate that he May be elected. Both state chairmen Are in doubt As to the result. Of course there Are chances for the republicans. In Philadelphia George d. Mccreary. Rep., has been elected City treasurer Over w. Redwood Wright. Dem., by 10.000 majority. There will be no constitutional convention in Pennsylvania the vote being very heavy against it special so Patch to the ehq01�ml Erie november Xzin the local contest today Edward Siesel of Erie. Democratic candidate wins Over j. W. Hunter of Union City. Republican. While Erie City and county usually give about l500 Republican majority it is reduced to less than 500 on the state ticket this year. The democratic precincts voted largely for a constitutional convention. And the count. Pittsburg november Xuat Midnight the Allegheny county were meager but later news indicate a much larger plurality for the Republican state ticket than was at first reported. \ if the same ratio continues Gregg. Ren., candidate for auditor general will Bare about 14,000 plurality Morrison. Rep., candidate for state treasurer leads the ticket by a few Hundred votes. This is his Home and in Many districts he received democratic votes mostly from the Soldier element the straight out judiciary and county ticket was badly Defeated by the fusion ticket of republicans and democrats. It is estimated that the latter will have at least 15,000 plurality. There was very Little excitement in the streets tonight s crowds thronged the principal thoroughfares hut they were unusually quiet owing no doubt to the Lack of news free Rhio. In which the citizens of this m Tion Are greatly interested. Washington county gives 300 plan rarity for Gregg and Morrison and elects a democratic sheriff Crawford county is estimated at 500 Republican plurality. I ? a facial if Patch to the Elf u0 Ike s. Philadelphia. November a a the indications at Midnight showed in Pennsylvania in thirty oon ties out of sixty seven. An a crease for Gregg and Morrison the Republican candidates Over the a Oyer veto. This insures the election of the Republican state Ticke t by at leasts35.000. Philadelphia. Lancaster. Tioga and other heavy Republican counties Are to be heard from. Allegheny a great increase of 10.000 majority Over Bogers vote in 1889 goes for toward accomplishing this result. The Republican state ticket will have about 40.000 Nebraska. Leads in Massachusetts. His opponent left several thousand votes behind. The Kangaroo ballot Cut a figure Aid the returns Are very slowly. A state 814� pin. Of Boston. Ten towns give Russell 649. Brackett rep., Republican thirty thre give Allen plurality. 9.232. A special 9i8fatch to the bwq01bxk. Lincoln. November x a the republicans Are walking on their under lip to night in this the Republican stronghold of a he state. / not a Man could be found who would Wager a Dollar on the result of to Days election. To night they Are congratulating themselves on their discretion. Lican state ticket. A fete county officers and t to rotto. Before the australian ballot was adopted fully l50q voters in this City alone were either purchased outright or influenced to vote the Republican ticket. This year the Purchase would not stick and the influencing wee away below Par. A a the work of donating the votes is progressing slowly and the Chauses Are largely that nothing definite will be known until some time to-morrow., the australian ballot was a mystery the both the voters and the a Lee spa Xhama v a Tion officers. The independents Are claim ing Edgerton s election for supreme judge by 15,000. %. Return meaner at 1 a. K Omaha. November 4.�?returns from Nebraska up to 1 morning Are vey meager. The australian ballot has proved a hard one to count and the result is that the returns Are later coming in than Ever before even in this proverbially alow state. Rough estimates made from the returns at hand including those from Omaha and Douglass county indicate that judge Post has carried the state by at least 5.000 majority. Counties that have been expected to give Edgerton a heavy vote have failed to do so in Many instances. Adams county reports Large Republican gains Ana Cass Dounty has probably gone for Post by 200 majority. The City of Fremont has added a substantial majority for Rostand he has made Strong inroads on the Alliance vote in Fillmore. There has been a big revolution in Gage county which gives Post a majority where Edgerton a friends predicted a walk away. Lancaster county furnishes another Surprise with an estimated majority of 2.000 for Post. Platte countr. Posts Home stands by him with a rousing vote. Me Rineck. Richardson and Sherman counties put Small majorities for Edgerton. In Many places a falling off of 20 per cent of the Independent vote is reported. It May be several Days before the exact vote of each county will be known. Chairman Mercer of the state Central committee in an estimate Madest 1 of clock this morning says that if the present gain for the Republican ticket up that posts majority in the state will be Between 20.000 and 25.000. This is estimated by Many in Douglass county at but 5.000. Which is undoubtedly very Low. It Lincoln. November Xua Light vote was polled throughout the state but the count proceeds slowly on account of the great length of the ticket. The australian system of voting caused Tittle confusion. Meager returns on the head of the ticket indicate that Post Republican candidate for Sao reme judge is receiving a majority of the democratic votes and will no doubt leave the county with nearly 2.000 plurality for Edgerton. Ind. It would be a Republican gain Over that of Richards rep., for governor. In 1889. Few returns have been received from Over the state but what Are m would indicate that Post is running slightly ahead of his ticket. Great interest elsewhere Over resulta. Special dispatch to the Boston. November Xuat m., russells re election slightly reduced the ticket with possibly the re elected. In reality of last year. 13,000. Allen gained considerable with registration. The efforts of the police control the u have been Defeated by the system. Outside the City Allen sagely in tha the supporters of Crapo. In though Allen gained the at Home voted for ally one of the most state. The Retone a in. And. In reality the it Ain towns and cities in the West have not been heard the heavens fail a Democrat As governor since 1881. West and first time Boston. November 3.-on account new Law passed by the last a Quiring votes to be counted i officials in order to a pure returns Are coming m More sections of the state a a Htit though the electoral been in More Perfec the present election. The country towns show a net of 709. Or 14 per town basis the Republican the state would by 4j russells plurality in 9553. Indications so for cities. Are that be has pluralities of last year by at least 4.400 plur iii Republican state ticket is elected. At the returns of Only Are now in it is any idea of the a a ote. The the and that u. The i reporting to j Boston. Salt in with both parties stantly narrowing election Law issued election officers to before All the returns land counties and lican forces Are strongest hand. A for Tho first time id the state the papers will go to without definitely knowing v in a state election. The Day w that could be expected being fair just what is known As Republican weather but. Notwithstanding the Fra Atio Effort of their leaders the republicans could bring out More than 90 per cent of their total vote while the democrats polled 80 per cent. While nominally sore of a Republican majority of 2x066. This was greatly reduced the 10.000 majority of governor Russell last year was badly eaten into and the republicans Hope that late rot uras from their miming strongholds will Harry the Day. Late reports from those motions show Largo prohibition gain and this cives poor Promise for big Republican pluralities. It is pretty Safe to predict governor Russell returned by Between 3.000 and 5.009. This is complimentary to his personal popularity. For the remainder of Tho democratic ticket the same a last year was Defeated. Boston gave Russell Hie same plurality As last year. 13jxxx the result if As anticipated teaches the a lesson in Harmony and will Bear fruit doubtlessly in the future. So far it has been a constant Battle Between congressman Lodge and hon. We. Barrett sneaker in the state a Senate for leadership of the state and if Russell wins it Meaos Barrett is the coming Boss. Sixty towns give Allen 9.29x Russell 6.640, Kimball 46l Winn 32 and Robinson 17. The same towns last year gave Brackett 7.730. Russell 5.642. Black me r 97x a not Republican gain of 56l a Mississippi. I m my new Jersey. Trenton. November a a the democrats will have a majority in both branches of Tho political Headon arters of Tho democrats in this City the claim is made that democratic senators have been elected in Hudson. Huntington. Middlesex and Sussex counties. The democrats also claim to Nave elected forty assemblymen in the state. Compete results. New Jersey Complete gives the following results Senate Republican. 5 democrats. 10. Assembly republicans 21 democrats. 40. On joint ballot republicans. 26 democrats. 56. _ Illinois. 0 Chicago. November Xua drawn Battle was the result of the local election As far As could be determined at Midnight. About half of each ticket had been chosen according to the returns from 400 precincts heard from out of a total of 555. The democrats had a Lead of about 4/000 on Babcock their candidate for superintendent of schools Over Briihl Republican. Of Tho other had. Nearly for the vacancies on the l tee. Cool. and Kokh it Safe by pluralities averaging Bird seating doubt. Bolden Bogle item., running Noel a county Board will be repo Bly one or two exceptions. Special dispatch to the Kmap Bixb. New of amp Loans. November a a the election in Mississippi to Day was quiet. A Light vote being polled in consequence of the new Constitution and election Law. The Only state officers chosen were Railroad commissioners the democratic candidate a Walter Mclaurin. J. F. Sessions and i. H. Askew being elected without opposition. District and county officers and members of the legislature were chosen nearly unanimously democratic. But a single Republican member of the legislature was elected and four or five independents vote was but Tittle Over half Tho a very few coloured men voting. Jackson november x a owing to the absence of any opposition to the democratic ticket in this county. The vote was very tight. Not half the registered vote of this Eity was cast. No news will be received Here to night from the contested counties. The australian ballot system worked m the most satisfactory manner. Miss0�obl of. Lotus. November a a the Only feature of general interest a the election Here today fora school Board is the charges of Groes corruption and the hot Campaign which has been made against Tho old democratic Board elected last fail. The Board was charged with misusing the school funds and in Soma instances expending the Money to pay tel private debts. Six members am Large Aud one each for school Ais riots were on the rep and democratic tickets Ain opposition to Tho _ two it the Bat the indications old Board. Of Tho eight Republican two members of the old Board and or Independent democrats were elected. Making three tickets in tie Fiel officers were elected. At 12 o Csc h i

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