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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE JEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 263. SALKM. OHIO. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1890. U j lieutenant dowr-..- a-i.i Re- returus in j sixty-seven out of K.S towns uive for iu s' ax.Uan. h.-. The Of o'Xeill's i-ajori'y (Jov.-rno-. Mi-rwin. Rop.. Morns. out ..f rive A-'..TS ,r- A district to be Cobh' A !lrlolls FrOm t_6 breat of G.U. will by a safe ma- ty. delegation. Sperrv. D-.uov-.Mts xx i'.l have on- Iv 1 p...... i. i l ,orllv. .ind DePorest. Dem.: Kus.sell, :-v o! l'''' House for VjULUcbo t--e. la a... t N- Ci i X >v. -Tue Sute Dor.i- Rep. time MI txvontv 'o..r .us I K ----------------i ooratic ticket for .lud-e, M-: rov. j Civ. ivv vn. foot- Are Pvon to Cinr x. v flr >f Public Schools and NKW Y..UK. Xox. has F- Xov. ilsou. Rep., m.i- sh.uv :h.i> tue t II t-, I'O. Pvon i to s First not yet i; t" have carried the t f-o-ii li.e is elected. Re- transpired to warnnt a change in tlu! statement out Tuesdav that An jority for xxill pr.ib.ib'.y r, ach Hamilton x ..un: v by ng i "i, f.o-., tho thU will be Repabhc in in.l o-i the j balo'' uidiU "''T'H 'nvan" I i Mlsioi.ri L-, t'-.n; be a tie. tue Assembly j K'1 Hep .li'.ic.uis will probably h.ivo S.vreta' x of M I'e. is' s. i; j aQ l--' enu-en h ui a 1 Dem... nts to ul Hc-pubhc- 40 majority. Storer. for I'.-n'.r, AS-! T >uue3 'i :u. have s In the Sena-.e tho has a i Se-ia: T. a jo.ut b Pilot i., u.ixe .1 u: i; ,rity of n now. P a 11 1 (-a of Corcress. meagre to an op.a.ou on tne re- suit of On the fi.-.. of t i K- I i is... Xo Mif-liiirii'. nn-1 V.'iseon-i timated returns 70 The Air'.ior of tho McKiiiley Bill Fails of Rc-Slootion. uror, is e. DrTvcil. Xov. i' R-ttirnsx in 'ue t. .it iV'inocr.itu- party has made l lv ('u u l.m1) slow', y a -d i State head- a !e..n llebbara. Hop., for Con- :_ i-, ,v; c re- Jros'i N ..'.-ted by I uave been le--iv'd i'rom tiie city T.i.- Ser.ato will proba- I and 1-1 i1 i-.-.-'-xieu .1 re- I 10.00 ndisrali-.v o'.v; Il.cU'iid i. 1 .vards, and county. cue Town-end, kly bu a tie. porter on tne r o! Tu.-Ml.ix j llo ,s ..nid >.NS is. i i i i i Lrrni Ro. K. Xov Tho Oar.ntts, m l" s h eihimi it ev, i i, I i' i i 11 iv d em., -'.n r o haxero- >u ,v !i r xviio. ]n MI o( 111? F.H'Ml TS- 1'hVs IIIVOC) personal "fr has been received DlM" Kor Routt. Hep., With (lie R. ill Krtllsfis. from'M-. ( "i I "inx in xx i Yeaman. ...-J'. Roturnsso be I! 'o mj.o: ny will bo about i received from counties jrivo I suit i the head of the il-'i'.ibPc.iu plu- Indiana, M'ssoun, Connectrut, New Hampshire, Missachusetts, Nr-Af York and tbj Snl.d South j are De-nocratic. I Republicfin Stato Ticket Elected in Ohio by About Plurality. DC electr 1 (.'ill" in the First opponent cairiel iho district by 500 XKXT H. NKW Xov. fi Returns rocoivod up to miilniirnt would indicate that the riornofrits have a majority of over in the next Congresb. Phenomenal gains have boon made in many States. Tho representation from all of tho States would seem to be about; as Dem- ocrats 230. Republicans 90, Farmers' Al- liance K. O-'tn. CixciN'x Xov ii M- to the returns .so far as received the Ohio Con- gressmen elected a di.-lii'-t P.ellamy Storer, Hep. Second John A C'.ldwcll. llep. Third W Dem Fourth M K n. Fiflh Fred C. Liv'on. D D :v" :'i. Seventh W II. Haynos. Dem. D D. Hare" Dom Ninth II. Outh Detn. Tenili Robert H. D.'n, R >p .1 M. P.ittison. Dern. W. 1! TC lochs Iloi> Tnlrt-e.r'i i. 1) -na. Foui-.oen.lj -J 1A" D'-m. D il.irt1 r, Dem. Sixt-'ontli Dom. Seventeenth A (i. Pearson. Dom. Eighteenth ,1. D. Taylor, Op. Nineteenth H I! Hep. V C Tiylo-, Twenty-first Tom L Johnson, Dem. From official and unofS' returna re- ceivtd from all the cotiatieiof the biato except ten. and estimating them tho same as they wero last year on the vote for OowTnor, the plurality of D. ,1. e 'or votes. Mcn's'T Vi Xov. 'i. Partial re- turns from tho th-en election districts in tins city s-i.n.- D IL- if criins. If this vote is tha district It i -su.-es .1 i'_u- bers of the t ur and 'A'llliams i bv maj'irity in tho Con- Ror KroK'i, Xov llitt. Hep of the "s'v h ,p.--i, r, elected by a rna-o'itv of 1..1.IO This shous a falhntr oif of votes from his las' 'ion Asm i--.. Xov i- a maiority for s in the KlHrli- teonth dibtrict of >l il'IIi'. V Xov ii from Mich- igan show mat for (.our os-, tue rcsalt' aro as follov.s i i I'.iipi.i.-in Dem.. 'i b. i! ond LIMI t n.- n i-i. ckcii-d ov.'-r m .X'l-'n bv 7110. Third. .1 .m. c D i .i p made. close that tho result can not be deter- i mined untU tho ollicial count has boon npm- The Aliance vo'ed solid- 4' the v. If Lnngly and Featherstoue are elected they own their election to the vote. CAI.I l OHM I. SAX FuAvr-i-ro, Xov. G. M.irljham. WISCONSIN. Mn, Xov rt. The, Democrats claim the election of the State ticket by majority. Koth ln-anches of tho in isss-, which would insure his election Lofjislaturo are Democratic and six. (or P'ov-rnor. apparentlv main- if not moie. Courr-.'S-men. It is tho talus thn aves-itre niajo--ity of Harrison greatest victory for tho Democratic part v er knoxx n in the Sfhte. Chair- man Payne, of the Republican Stato districts McKinn. Ropi, in tho Third, aud Powers. Rop in tho Sixth, are by a vote In ttio Congressional Central O.inmUtop, >s the Stato and Legislature to the Democrat and .says elected, tho former by a reduced major- the Wisconsin Con rreSsiou.U m Uv. Xothincr xxhatever is known as to ill srind D. iio-T.its, thioe Repu'j- lnp Fouit'i h'trict. Reriublicans claim that Loud. has defeated Clunic, La admits his defeat for Tjn- a'i i the Democ atic Comnntteo cl.unis the defeat of Thomas and Mc- Lu.d, v. 1 IL'U is a of four CoiiLrress- men. Tlieio is no lonq-r-r any doubt Dem., in the Fifth. MONTANA Mont, Xov. 0.--Tho returns, which are corning in xery slowly, show heavy Democratic Tho Ropub- th.1.' the lysis', n iro --vi'il be Democratic Ifans idi-cted tho Congressman last vear Id majori.y. Tho returns so far on inint ballot, Suiuiuif Spooner. t'.ie. dofeatof 1 ii from tue D :n i's uin? ill at 'j a s if in o i'.v. 1 if' .1, e _- i i m i) "i i Ie ted 'lV'i'J (I sito'it in the i i ma- ted. Fourth, .UiluibC Ren >jl in X.-braska show Hoyd, Dom., .i.head of Richards. lion x'.ia.-'es c'.1 ni-'riati of ti.e D.'in- oc: ,itu; Mate comm claims Povd's elect ion by fnvu to 7.UO pi m -tin y. II turns fr.ii'i of the v ou nte-s in the Slate, unol'iciai. from outside D.uiij- County, llic'.iards. Hep P. nd. Oem S1.7JO: Powors. Doiifjlass will t-ivo P.oyd T.ou.) plur.ili'y Tho remaining counties in tho Stnte, iiowever xxill probably LTive .1 plurality for Rich mis of 3.000. will have a maioritv in the Second Congres- sional district of not les-, tbin 70') P. Ryan, Dem., is olnct.od in the Fl'st dis- itall, R p n d m it. lead; Sex en; ii. IP in i) o ma- iiirily. l" i i "i. .1 by 3, i ill Xinth. h'-.-I-'i. D" n., ]ipub- I'lly 'V" m eon, alt'ioiicrh RepiDhc uis still claim la'tor's election: ic.c. D.-m., elected user P., n; Rep: dev- cnth. i: I d a small T- '-.-ins Doniucritic g.iin is five and proh.iblv more. O'l Oov- ernor, Dem has snowf-1 under Turner. Heri and liis plurality is now estimated at ;i.n r.its-.viil also dec t tneir X.i i-ur-T. In De- llyan, R -publican e.inii tary of State, is Coi.i s. o. Nov. is ev-ry- whuni conceded t'ir.1, Ryan is electo I jtroitihc D'mof-.r- i-: iM their full by from to Oiliciai ticket by majoriti1 s to ports from McKinley's district show that AVarwick has 2.000 plurality in Holme-, County an 1 l n "Mc- Kinlov carries Medina, County by and 'stark bv 000 Tois elects Warn ick K Xov. i'i. hr> Republican can- did.IT o for (iir. .-rrior is ii ;i. s, scvei trict >jy a small plurality and indina- tiims point, to tho succuss of Durspy, Rep from tun Third. X Xov. fi. Return? are coming m slowly. John P. P.uchan- an. Dem, for fJovornor. will have be- twuen and i majority. The is two-thirds Democratic in le- s-ition will slancl as follows. First dis- ITO forfio-.-rnons rl. s.x ,e'tof two-thirUs Democratic -n U....', -i i! can n- ises. The Congressional de 11, r..i_. t- i Knilev carrier Medina County by l.SOO seven I o...', -i -i il can n- uu x.oncrressionai aeie- and--tark bv 000 Tois elects Waru ick d.ites defeated; s, J-, re-oloc- 'sMtion will stand as follows. First dis- b.v.VHl, which is prub-.b'.y cornxi. tum a c, of de I1-lnt. K Inrd' Sl tor. Rep, tho the situation in K' il ,'-n wo U: Rop.: 'J bird dis- f'.Cf.ionof II ire. ui-. tne i thousand RerKi'ui. y b--n !r'''ti II- lo'iiln EK-r.ihdisi-ict, by loo. State Dem- Tn- Alliance aid i'stn-t Henion M -MMlin, Fifth _ _ i _ r- if __ ....._. T- J) t 1 .inJ st m by claims Foster's defeat it and it, a LAKI, i'.t ntu r. '.-.T -i ri: it' fr. MI :it r Cni'.x'.o. xi H.VT at nt fl -Nmi inti, r at n! We. Oxis i .it i.' ,i. 11, f, i.''..-. Ii -ii'ii .1- i.irj a: JI i lit r-it c rt.ti-r at y, .1 1- -nrya- i i i not nt- s- ion horn I ol i s N v. Ii I bell xx hen to xi' the i; p, bii.-ip Ci.iintv. "I; t, the of Co'i-e 'xe of a'ives the n t of he i -l.ii.a-o. oil, 's- I'e .in1-, il d.ite, .1 ii po-si1 xxeou.'ht t" -i x e nle.-'e I 11-M i MI., suf- fe-ed If this is MO; -i M MIA! re- buke to a cm i-iin el. "n-'i; i 'ie I I.-MIO- iT.itie p-irtv in iPi'Mi'- l MI'V 1 f.ul to judLTO correctly." in .-mil. AKUO.X, O.. Xov ii. -Co-M-il -ie returns from this Psiinnnit) i'ix" Hvan piuralitv over C' u'.e.. Tue bal- ance of the State ticki i r, oxor plurality. Tue i-nl.r n'liu. is elected by from 7JJ 'e ;i T.ivlor's 1'liir.ility ovi-i f. oM_-em, is jys. T'MJ Inc.'.l flight wn-, in ule jirlncl- [i.illv on '.-ul W. tStuart. Republican, receued piuralitv of all ox er 'i i .e i'icop- nouent. ex-Mavor f, D who was nominated hv hP i solely for his running qualnie.s. CIMINVXII. Xu'.. i, prior PoiiiKer thus t I i, xie-.vs ro- jfanlniif thu ulocl inn .1 i a, i re- sult is very cratifvin 'I .x i M e uup- 1'i'H been i.nin'ei' ed Ho Mt-iniN befnre 'he j.-o i' distrusted by by Di'mocrats. Ills in .md wiirlr it .1 a sample of xx hat xvi s i er an- other vear passes in V h" "ii.i- I ments and sta'e i-1-.ft, ,ti'i-. ,f control i, 1...1VO no ilonbl of i tioii o' t e i einpiele Re- publican lir.d' lile'b I n-ki-L v.'le v. i Repiib'ii-an, for TIL in th A-; ,s i Xi.v. OKIFW-.. Xov. 0. -L'l' -iry .r Jn :n. 'i-. ;n s, r- j 11, r. -iVr.V 11 '.r r-i-b a'. T-I..- n--.- w. -i-..: I 11; f i. r i r f; un, ovor Kinnev, Deii'oiril for, pleas s.7 I. i. rn f; tilct -him i une Ie. J ill ,n follo.'s in ;n I..MI Coiiu'v, 1 '.o e lln-.n l" loi.i1 171. jorities, Mr'e Conn l v, I Sandusky, Oit.nx.i. 1, I .1. -J7o. h- ri-iit in Nov. to thr> of fni n i pre- nncts me r.iilii not ma.b) U--A uk hivo majority OUT Mel" 'ii' an I Cnen- lny er T--IS b isn re- turns I ere i M. 1 .it I l. l lie l 1 tcrs The rhairinaii of H'-p.i'jlican jommil will DVIT dreaii-r i, f. d in l Ins i'i in in any I1 .in el Luis county. i.i. XM-. Xo v. L'.O jury in tin- p. I'.n V. I. .'I 'i I'.i'l 'i I I in nn K I -LII.- JIM) ;onn t of t !n ib-.i; h of i u'i' i'T Lon- ;i--o] 1 son, v. hi. i i tim child in' iiiin-phiiio ixhich had been so, i" cm iloye of '.'e f< .i.i, i A f-.r ih j- Al.tlANff, fl.. XoV f. --'I elei'-.jori 'i'-ro X-..1S.I -iiriiri-" o :.o-n juriren m tho Il'-pui.iic t-i an i by I'e-" 1 for ;ountv nfiii-i--, I. i-.i- rn.i or. ties in Ailinnce an i :i tuvnsfiip fnr-i i r, i u hov.e-.i-. rio- .1- rriiic', at.ead .X 1-, Vlf) .i...oiiut of v.orx Ills ticket," lone A I. It hi 1 ASM i d i, -Yc; n -'--e, IT, i i i I i T, i; 107 v T s-, i il I. r I i 'l' e sex., .-ih'Tf! A Fell