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PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YOUK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1F8). Pit ri? l.xitTwv 9
I Democracy's Victory More Sweep
I ing in tbe Light of
I May's Returns.
I Its State Ticket Elected by from
I 20,000 to 25,000 Plurality.
I Ten Members of tbe State Legislature
I Won from tbe Republicans.
I 3ildersleevo Defeated by James
I Fitzgerald for Judge of
I General Sessions.
I Republican Candidates on the Fusion
I Ticket Disastrously Loft.
I Returns from tbe political battlefield bare
been canvassed up to tbo moment of going to
I press, and The Evxhinq Woblb Ib this mornine
I enabled to furnish the latest and most complete
I figures on tbo State, County, Judiciary, Legls-
lativo and Aldermanio Tickets,
The victory of the Democratic! State ticket Is
I even greater than was anticipated.
I New York City rolls up a plurality of OB, OOO
I for nice for Secretary of State, while the lte
H pnblloans come down to tlio bridge with but
H little over 40,000.
I Rice, Wemple. Danfortb. Tabor and Bogart
I are elected by pluralities ranging from 25,000
H to 20,000.
H Ontario County, Frank Itlce's home, gives
H bim 1.000 plurality, though on tho other State
H officers it went Republican.
H Tho Itcpublicaus havo tbe same representation
H in the next Sonato as in tho present, 20, against
Hj 12 for tho Democrats.
Hj In the lower houso, howevor, the Republi-
H eans suiter a loss of 10, tho figures for the As.
H sembly of 1800 standing: ltopublicans, 01);
HJ Democrats, 50, wlillo tho prcctit House' is com-
Hj posed of 7D ltcpublicans and 40 Democrats.
HJ Tammany's victory over tbo County Democ
HJ racy-Rcpnblican-Cltlzens fusion ticket is con-
HJ firmed by the latost figures.
H Trank A. ritzgerald for Register come out
Hj nearly 13,000 ahead of Bellamy, tho fusion
H Iceman Charles W. Turner is a hero of tho
HJ politicians to-day. Despite enormous odds he
HJ comes out only 100 votes behind Millionaire
HJ Llspcnard Stowart in the Eighth Senate Din-
HJ trick Nelson J. Waterbury, jr., is tho worst
HJ beaten candidate In town.
HJ John II. V. Arnold is elected President of the
HJ Board of Aldermen over Cauda by nearly 0,000
HJ Full returns from 1,017 election districts
HJ Indicato that Glldersleeve is defeated by JamoB
HJ Fitzgerald for Judge of General Sessions by
HJ 2,500 votes.
HJ The revised figures, with but four election
districts missing, give Fitzgerald '08,507;
HJ Glldersleevc, 00,000.
HJ The only missing eleotlon districts are the
HJ Fourteenth of tho Sixth, the Twenty-second of
HJ tho Ninth, and tho Fourth and Thirty-second of
HJ tho Twenty-first.
HJ Even if all tho districts went for OildcrBleove
HJ be would still be defeated by 2,000.
B This, and the defeat of Grady by Abeam in
H the Sixth Sonato District, are the only slgnifl.
B cant revereos sustained by Tammany at this
Hj BischofT la elected Judgo of tlo Common Pleas
HJ over Allison by 15,000 plurality.
HJ Gedney and Ken burger, fusion candidates,
HJ make a good Hhowlng as compared with tlfo
HJ other fusion judiciary candidates, but Van Wyck
HJ and Nchrbas are elected by 0,000 to 8,000
H Tammany elects seventeen Assemblymen, tho
BH County Democrats three and the Republicans
Johnny O'Brlon's slaughter of the Republican
BJ State and County ticket is of no a ail in tho
BH election of his henchmen to the Assembly and
S Board of Aldermon. Silver Dollar Smith and
BBb Christian (loetz are dofeated by narrow plnrall
KB H " Wicked " Glbbs pulls through in tbe Thir-
teentb by less than 200ip!nrality,
BBb C1TI AMD OOUMTT VOTE.
BB1 rxzs. HOARD
I beoikteb. or aliiebmem.
H llltlrlel, Mngur- JUIIamy. I Arnuld. I tMnila,
B aW, r. .'.-. .(! T. C.ll.itt
H J 3,512 1.1)4:1 .i.JSo 2,010
BBU X 4.2IJ l.HI.'l 4,228 1.820
BH '! 0,411.) A.oiiiii 2,450 ;i, ifio
BBsl r r.V(II 2,(182 4,1011 3,588
BBsl ., :i.mif 2,0:10 3.0.17 2,01m
HB1 - :i,(i4i .1,1110 :i. nil :(.iiih
Hfl i 2.571 3.807 2.551 3.821
Be r, 1.430 i.o"2 4,475 2,(ii4
BBI 1 i.oio :i,iios 4, oil m.u'.mi
BBf ', 4,'.'5H .'l,ll5 4 251 4,(iOS
BH A 1.40H 2.0:1.1 i,.-i07 2,11:14
BH ,r U.UlH 4,0li:i 2,7.l 4.10M
'I :l. O.-iT 4,077 2.HP4 4,174
BBl I 1.250 2,47011 il.'.Mii 2 4K1
i, 4,iiu :i,jii4 ' 4.0:111 :1.7iir
,-' .. .. 4,1011 2,. (HI 4.252 2,;:ll
)Z 5,00(1 4,7711 4.112(1 4 t50
Jp, 4,ti74 :l,:i:rj 4.051 :i.:idi
BB ?i 7,5117 7,51(1 7 M15 7 4HH
BB ',' 4,0.i:i 2.705 4 K..U 2.740
ffll r;.1, 2,:ii5 n.022 3 :iu y.:iM
BJ ."J II.41U N.7II1 11.175 7,K)A
, 5,0111 4,ii:iUI 5,800 4,il47
As T. x.... io5,sa0t 00,013! 103,020 "wToia
Tote Tnr Juiltclnry.
COMMOK TLSAS. OEN'l. SKSSIOMS.
UUttUI. nUrtiof, Allien, t;ll,ltr- rilig'rl.l
r, cj).,tii i'r, r. c.ii.,nt
1 3,213 2..102 2.77K 2,004
2 4,040 1,7231 3,(17 2.13(1
3 2,553 :i,12lll 2 :T42 3,242
4 5,0114 1.7110 3 (IN? 4.100
5 3.58(1 2,ih2, 3 4KH .1,225
0 3,525 4,(I1H 3,323 4,210
i 2,41(1 3,3(1 2,5(10 3.221
H 4.4K4 1.073 4,202 2.144
0 2,(IICJ 2,53.1 !, MM 2,022
10 4.51N 3,(1(1.1 4.400 3.7f(l
11 1.0M1 2,015 2,700 2.00
12 2,0011 4.100! 3.50 4,142
13 2.KH2 il.UWl 2.0K.1 4,131
14 3,401 2.2071 3,101 3,740
15 4.45.1 3.7.1111 3.872 4,445
10 4.25M 2,757 3,0.0 3,3(1.1
17 4.78.1 4.0K4 4,110 5,340
18 4,710 3,380 4,307 3,733
10 7,270 7.3S1 O.750 7,70.1
20 4.701 2,(1(U. 4.150 4,280
21 2,117 3.5171 2..14H 3.221!
22 8,42, 0,21121 7,515 0,1ir5
23 3,040 4,178 O.HlO 4,32.1
24 5.3(10 il.807 4,327 3,807
Total 7657044 OO.Olul MTdo?'"imT57i7
NEW YORK COUNTY SENATORS.
JAron A. CAMTOB, ET70ENE 8. IVES,
Tooth Diitrlot, KlaTenth Ul.trict,
w, l. nnowK, ciunLER a. rtadleh,
Fim DUUlct Ninth Dlatrlct
The Tote Tor Htnte Henntora.
Wm. L. Drown, T lO.OSHlM.O.MurpbT.O.D.
, I and ltp 0.224
Brown orer Mnrplij 1,704
Thos.F.Orady.T. 10,053 J.F.Ahrn,C.D 15,170
Abeara orcr Uradj 6,120
Gto.F.Eoeaeh.T. 12,233IF.W. Dl.hl, CD.
, L, nd Hp 0.003
Itotich OT.rDlehl 2,200
Chii.II.Tumer.T 10,722 NuImo J. Water.
LUp. Htewart, ft. IO.IWIi bury, jr., C. l.. 1,3.10
HUwart OTtrfurnrr 1UU
Chaa.A.Rtadler,T 18,105, Wm. J. Do;han,
I O. I). and Hep.. 12.0R2
SUdler OTtr llojhir. 0,113
JaoobA.Canlor.T 10, lTO.C'im.A, Peabodr,
AUton O.CuUer. Jr., Rep 11,050
Cantor oTeri'eabodr. '. 7,220
KnienoS.lTes. T. 18.040ID. A. SpoUlaar,
John Carlin. Hep. 12.8081 O. I) 2.27H
Itob orer Carlin u, 132
MAJOBITIES IN THE C0DNTIE8.
Nllnht ItcpnbllcBii (inlns ltcported In the
Tho following arc the majorities reported and
, estimated from the conntioK, all of which show
tho,t outxitlc of New York and Brooklyn tbe Re
publicans made slight gains-
numllm 1880. Pluralillf 1R87.
titrr. alll.irl. r.. Grunt.
Albany. 2,500 1,003
Allegany.... 2,500 2,403
Broome. .... 1.500 2,423
Cattaraugus 1,000 1,804
Cayuga 2,000 2,001
Chautauqua 4,000 4,347
Chemung... 000 1,224
Chenango. . 1,200 1,000
Clinton 2,300 1.22H
Columbia... 300 1,003
Cortland... 1.200 1,102
Ddawaie. .. l.ono 30
Duteheis.... 1,200 070
Eiie 1,500 2,002
Essex - 1.550 1,377
Franklin... - 1.075 - 1.8.14
Hamilton.. - 7.10 507
Genesee - 1,00 1 041
Gicenc 500 3.17
Herklmor... - hii.1 401
Jefferson.... - 1.120 1,340
Kings 10,888 10,048
Lewis - 100 311
Livingston.. - 000 1,104
Madison - 1.0.10 1,433
Momoe - '-'.HOI 1..141
Montgomery noo 003
Now York. .03,200 - 62,223 -
Nlagaia 400 - 4
Oneida - 1.000 - 403
Onondaga... - 3.2.10 - 4,04.1
Ontario 757 ' - - 1.000
Orange 5,10 74
'Orleans - 800 - 440
Oswego - 2.5.10 - 2.024
Otsego - 300 282 -
Putnam - 880 - 000
Queens 2,030 - 1,402 -
Rensselaer.. 2.500 - 3,144 -
Richmond... 1.11H - 1.-'I40 -
Rockland.... 000 - 080 -
BtLawrence 0,500 - 0,470
Saratoga.... 1.500 - 731
Schenectady 300 - 23H -
Schoharie... 1,000 - l.a -I
Schuyler.... 025 010
Seneca 320 323 -
Steuben 1,375 058
Suffolk 000 847
Kulllran 150 187
Tioga 0.10 1,200
Tompkins... 700 1,043
Ulster 300 302
Warren 700 345
Washington. 2,012 1,053
Wayne 1,0.10 1,437
Westchester. 200 SOI
Wyoming... 1,150 1.00H
Yates 1,17.1 1.320
Totals 87,783 02.033 77,020 00,040
Rico's plurality, 25,150.
Cook's plurality, 17,077.
The Tote Tor Apunnblymen.
EIHST ASSrMIll.Y 1MBTMCT.
Pat. II. DnBr.T 2.808 , Iau. K. Flun.O.D. 2,700
Duffy orer Finn , 108
KmND ASSrMDI.T D1ST1I10T.
TlmD.Bulllfan.T 3,744 1 Tboa Maber.U.D 1,648
T1I11U) ASSKMUt.T DISTnlCT.
P.Farquehar, T.. 2.220, J. A Monazhan,
... 10. D. and ft..... 2.012
Monajiban over Farquebar 0U2-
P. II. noohe.T... 3,707 II boa. Uradjr.O. D 3,857
Urady orer Itoche 00
J irill ABSrMllI.T DIBTIIIUT.
n.F.Mullanj. T. 2,475 IM.llrennan.O.D. 1,854
Mallanr orer llrennan 021
B1XTU ABSKMIILT DISTnlCT.
fam.J. Foler.T.. 3,305 1 U.Meu'lnser.O.D 3,720
Mennlnger over Foley 421
SEVENTH ASSEMM.Y DISTnlCT,
Wm.Conafhan, r, KmncU V. Kins,
and (J, I) 2,8131 It 3,032
Kins orer Cnnaghan, 770.
EIOHTII ASBXMIILT DISTBICT.
Philip WImIc, T. 1'rancUJ.Martln,
andO. D 2.800 II ...i.-i. 3.040
ICbaa. Hraltb. ind. 2,717
Willi orer Rmlth, 140.
NINTH ABSEMIII.T DIST1UCT.
John Martin, T, Vm. f. Urell, II. 3,411
and (J. D 4.2801
Martin orer (Irrll, 87.1.
TKHTII ASBEM11I.Y DISTniCI,
Wm. Rohm-r, T .. 4.531 I I'hlllpWaisans.R 3,008
Hohmer over Was-mntr, 83.1.
ELEVENTH ASSEMI1LY DIfTnlCT.
II. De F. Paldwin, W. N. lloag. It. 2,228
t. 4 O. I) ,. 1,027,
lloacorer llalilwln. 301. I
D. Vanleeuwen, T 2,315, Moses Dliiknl
, , , , ... I splel.tl. D.AH, 3,780
DinVelapiel orer Vanlesuwnn, 1,471.
TIIinTEENTIl ABBKMIILY DISTnlCT.
J. W. Smltb, T.4 Fred H.UIIilw, H. 2,800
O. D 2,000,U .W. MoLeod,
Ind . 1,778
Olbba orer Smith, 140.
. roimTKENTH ASSEMI1LT DISTnlCT.
Wm.Snlter, T .. 2, 1)04: J Kunsemann.U.
D.... .... ..... 2,017
ll.. II. Bold, R.. 702
Rnlrer orer Kanremann. 047
JITTEENTH ASBKU1II.Y DISTI1IOT.
Fred HafnerT... 4,288, John Muihitan,.,
I I). D. Alt 4,157
Hafner orer Mulllran. 131.
SIXTEENTH ASSEMBLY DISTnlCT.
W. O. B;rne, Tarn.. 4,130 Ueo.O. Banter, U.
I D I... 2,034
Brrneorer Banzer 1.705
SEVENTEENTH ABBEMHI.Y DISTnlCT.
John Kerrlsan, T. I Frank A, 1 ll(f Ins,
.4 0.1) 5.800 H 3,544
Kerriganorer Hiirsina 2,355
EKinTEENTII ASSEM1ILY DISTnlCT.
S.J.O'Hanj. T . 4,270K. O'llrrne, O.
I D. 4 11 3.05.1
O'llareoter O'Ojrne 1,215
NINETEENTH ASEMHLT DISTnlCT.
John Connollr. TV 7.22.HH.B. Altraan, li. 5,324
ConnnllyoTer Alttnao 1,1)01
TWENTIETH ABSEMnLY DlBTKtCT.
M. J. Bteln, T.. 4,310 IMl.Kerwin.O.D 1,730
I M. J. O'Brien, It. 1,400
Stein oxer Kerwln ,. 2,680
TWENTY-EiaST ASBEMHLT DISTnlCT.
W.A.Boyd,T. and H. J. Lewis, It.... 3.105
O. D 2.873
Lewis orer UorVI,U31l. -
TWTNTI-BECOND ABSEHBT.Y DISTarPT.
J. BlnmenUial, T... 7, 833; J. F. Mclntyre, O.
I D. and It 0.028
TWENTY-THIRD ASBEMHLT DISTBICT.
Geo.P.Webater.T.. 8,501 0.U. IlaWmll, O D., .1,000
1". D. AUama. R .... 0.804
Webster orer Adams, 1,007.
TWKNTT-rOUBTH ABSKMHLY DISTnlCT.
0. O. Clarke. T 0.20JI W. W. Nllfs, O. D.
. . ,, and 11. 3,087
Clarke orer Miles, 2.215.
The Tote Inr Aldermen.
EIBST ASBEMnl.Y DISTRICT.
C. J. Flnn, T... 3.343Tho E. Foley,
I O. D .'. 2,102
Flynn orer Foley 1,211
SECOND ABBEM1ILY DISTnlCT.
NicKT.Brown.T IJerr. Murphy, O.
u I D 1.740
Brown orer Murphy 2,340
THIRD ABSFMI1LY DISTnlCT.
Jas. F. Cullen, T. 2.001,1'. N. Oakley, O.
I D. 4 It 3,011
Oakley orer Cullen 420
KlOIlIll ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
And. A. Noonan, John Oalvln, O
T .. 4.1201 D 3.R04
Noonan orer Ualvin 325
YITTU ASSEMBLY DISTBICT.
Alex. J, Dowd.T. 3,771 Aaron Morris, O.
I I 1,0.15
Dowd orer Morri 1,810
SIXTH ASSEMBLY DISTBICT.
OwenMcOlnnls.T 3, 3 JO, William Clancy,
i O. D 4,130
Clancy orer McOlnnls 780
SEVENTH ASSrMllLY DISTRICT.
W. A. Inrraham. ideo. W. Uregory,
T. 4 O. D....... 2.0051 It ... 3,019
Oresory orerlngrahaiu l,0O,
EIOHTII ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
P. II. Benjamin, 111 to, Zetler, It... 1,01.1
T.4 0. I) 2.845)0. (Joetl. Ind.... 3! 50.1
Benjamin orer tloeU 280
NINTH ABSFMnLY DISTBICT.
W. II, Walker, T. I.lolin W. Cooper,
4C, D 4.5421 11 ... 3,108
Walker orer fooper 1,374
TENTH ASRFMI1LY DISTnlCT.
LoultSchlamp, T, 4,324 I.. Zeller, O, D.. 3,044
J.A.8cbnei(ier, 11 14
Bcblamp orer Zeller 380
ELEVENTH ABSFMBLY DISTRIOT.
W. Saur.T, 4 O. D 1 , 78 1 1 (leo. 11. Morris, K 2, 534
Morns orer Haur. 753
TWELFTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
W. F.Orote,T.. . 2.821 1 W. Tail. IU4U.D 4,111
Talt orer (Irote 1,200
THIRTEENTH ASSEMBLY DISTBICT.
1. N. Terrell.T. 4 Jas A. Cowte. H. 2,780
O.I) 3,703 O.W. 8milh, Ind. 782
Terrell oierCowIe 1,012
FOURTEENTH ABBKMIILY DISTBICT.
Bernard Curry, T. 2,880 O. J. Smith, H. 4
O. D.. ..7 2,700
Curry orer Smith liu
MrTFENrl! ASSIMIIIT DISTRICT.
n.J.Bulllran, T . 4,087iW. M. Uunuom-
ery, O. D. 11. 4,240
Montsomery orer Sulliran 153
SIXTEENTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT,
W.I1. Murphy.T 4.3421 A.M. Jordan.O.D 2.440
Murphy orer Jordan 1,803
SEVENTEENTH ABSrMllI.T DIBTBICT.
W P. Rinckholt, Ilohert (lor.Ion,
T. 40.11 4.708 It 4,105.
IMnckhnfl orer (lordon (JII3
EIUIITEKNTII ASSEMBLY DIBTIIICT
C. II. Duffy, T... 4,480 Bernard lliflm.
I O. I). 4 It. 3,130
Dully oi er BlKlin 1,3.10
NINKTI F1.TII ASSEMBLY DISTRIIT.
PornelluaDalrl. 11,0851(1. W. Hamilton,
T. F-Mul.susblln, 11 0,700
O. I) 1.072!
Daly over Itsuiiltr.n 285
TWEXTDTH ASSEMBLY DISTBICT
David J. Itoche, ooi iO II. Kollor, It... 1,700
lloliieuverkoUu'r. . .."""! 2.523
TUKNTY-tlltST ASSEMBLY IHSrilll.'T.
W.SIonn.C. I). 4 ):. 1. Hanlurd, It. 2,5,11
Storm otr ranfop! 143
TW.NT-SF(M)ND ASMrMIIL DISTBICT.
J. i:. McLainey, JobnBrsnut,Jr.,H 0,050
T 7, 000
McLarney over llrsnitt 734
TirY-TIIIIlD AHJrMIILY DISTRICT.
David llarry.T 8,0181 Jsmei Owens, It
I 4 0, D 8,324
Barry over Owens .,1)4
Auk .Motbu,T ... 4, 10.1 C il. Hammond,
l H, 4 (-. I) .... 3,012
Moebua over llainmen'l l.lSl
J. M. lonch.T. .. 2,015 I J. Olborne, Jr ,11. 1,033
Lynch over ()bome 1,012
, Ipp's Cnslita.
Thcro's a slncer new to Brooklyn at Zipp's
Casino, and although slio has appeared but
twice this neck her success seems assured.
Mabel Hart is tbe young lady's name, and her
selections 'never fail In the way or hearty
encore". 'Ibis week's bill it all good, partlrn
larly the Rico J li cithern. wIiomi acrobatic act is
worthy of tbo highest conmicndatioi.
A Cnnnrctlrut (ilrl nnd n Lord.
(IIY CABLE TO THE MUSS NFWB ASSOCIATION 1
Liniion, Nov, 0, -Lord JMmoiid I'ltmaiiriro
Is to marry Miss faiolhic Fitrgciald, of Litch
field, Conn., on the 23d Inst.
A IirreMlrailril llrnndfnthrr.
He bousht his oloek and furniihed his house at Cow.
rRTHWAtT'B, 103 to 20.S Park How, and now hie de.
I foendaots bare something to remember mm by Yoonr
i roau, H you want e'ood and lasting furniture aud vajp'U
I go to OowriBTU WAIT'S. Every tbmg (or boueekeeyiug. .
WINNING STATE TICKET. WINNING COUNTY CANDIDATES.
?feX JSE1Tr ' Li FRANKTFITZ6ERAL0 "
'S!sy rOHStCRtTARYOfSIATE LW TOR REGISTER
ELLIOT DANFDRTH EDWARD WEMPLE JAMES FITZGERALD HENRY BISCHOFFJR
rORTREASURER -. f"0R COMrTROlUR fa JUKEtf CENERAl USSXWS fUJUaintWIIMWirittt
IIpIP DENNIS OBRIFN VVp J-H-V.ARNOID, Wlfflfy
v n juca or n ctMT or Am ais ? N F
CHRLE5F.TAB0R JOHN BOGART ROBERTAAiANWYCK CHARLES INEHfilAS
FOR ATTORNEY GENtrUt. fOR STATE ENGINEER m rMJUOaOfCITYfiOURT fOnJimUtVCITY COURT
ABQETT'S 8,000 MAJORITY.
Jersey Democrats Klect their Governor
untl a Majority of tho Assembly.
Tbo supporters of ex-flov. Leon Abbett aro
fully satlslled with the result of the balloting in
that State. Their candidate. Is elected by a ma
jority which is decisive, though not qulto up to
CJov. Abbott's majority over Oen. E. Rurd
Grubb is about 8,000 otes. The Democrats
bar chosen 30 Aasemblrmon to tbe Republi
cans 24, but tbo latter havo tbo Senate by 11 to
Jorscy City's independent movement did not
materialize as was expected. Essex adminis
tered a lebtiko to Senator Howell by giving Ab
bett half a thousand majority and defeating tbo
Republican county ticket.
Ihcio were complaints by leaders of both
parties of tbe use of money, and tbo demand
for ballot reform will bo strongly emphasized
by this election.
Tbo pulls did not closo till 7 o'clock, and the
retnrns camo in slowly. Tbo results iu tbo
State are given bolshy counties.
MAYOR CLEASoW AGAIN.
Ills Long Island City Friends Olvo Him
a Small Majority.
Patrick Jerome Olcason was kopt busy this
morning responding to tbe congratulations of
bis friends on bis re-election as Mayor of Long
7 he light was a hot one and, with two election
districts to be heard from, Qleason's majority is
placed at 250.
Although thcro was much bitter fcoling be
tween friends of both candidates, tho election
was very aniel and orderly.
Mayor Olcason visited the polling places in
his cairiage. driven by his famous team l'ar
nell aud Gladstone, vthilc lliockwcnu drove
around in an open roach, followed by several
other coaches containing friends.
It Is generally admitted that the voto did not
come up to the registry, but as tho Interest was
centred on tho Mavoralty contest nnd Clleaiou
has been successful, his friends oxpresa them
selves as tboiougbly satlslled.
Mnys the TlilMln Will fin n Yawl.
Ronton. Mass., Nov. 5. Cast. John Rarr,
viritinu from bis homo in flniirook, Scotland,
to a friend in this city, states that tbe cutter
Thistle has been put chased by Commodore, JJcll,
of tho Scotch syndicate, aud that next season
she will appear as a yavtl. liesigner rife, of
Fairhe, has iccehed two orders for fmt)
footers for Americans on for a l'hiladdplnan
and the other for a New Haven man. Ilnth
boats will be iiiiniiivriuciilsnii Hie Minerva, nnd
1'lfc feels coiilldeiit that bis last order, that lor
the New listen party, will lie the, fnstest of the
tiio. '1 he yachts will tx built m this country.
Ilnrrlsou I'nrdmiM n LnwbrrnUrr.
Wahhinoton, No. 5. Tbo President has par
doned John A. Kimball, convicted of Mn'atiug
the Postal las and sentenced in May, 1882. to
imprisonment at l.ard labor for tno .year.
Kimball Is n ton of (i n. Nathan Mmbsll. y-i-nialurat
Uuden, I'tab. and althouuli CDtivUted
untl si litem ed over nino years ago be ha( never
been imprisoned for the reason that tlie execu
tion ot his henteuco was suspended.
A .llorlBxae on tlin Iron .llouiitaln.
ISFEriAL Til THE WOULD J
Litti.k Rock, Ark., Nov. 5, Jay Oould filed
amortgaga for 445,000,000 on tbe Iron Moun
tain mad to-i'av to tbo Mercantile. Trust Com.
pany of New jtuk.
ISrrCIAI TO THE EVFSINO WORt.t
I.isroi.N, Nov. o. Tho estimated majority
for the lleutiblican Stato ticket U from 18.000
K. I,. Hoc ne, a uirmbrr vt the (Irorgla House u(
ltereariitatlves, was fnuud deA.1 In Ms lied at At
lanta ytstcrdt). Afoplesy vtue tbe cause,
Charles Doitjfe, former))- l'ros'iitliiir Attorney of
fJea Mplnes County, and one of lovta's foremost law.
yeis, died at Ills borne lu Uurllngton last ntgbt. j
Ulillain II. Walkinds, a pioneer of Oreson. was I
found dead In his rooui Monday, BUppoaedly fioui i
tlin effecta of an uverdoso of morphine aceldentslly
a.lniliilstered. ror many years he had teeu ouu vt
tko iuSl prouiineut UeiiitM rata iu the bUte.
GHAPIN ONCE MORE
Eo-Eleoted Mayor of Brooklyn by a
Gonoral Jubilations Among Demo
crats Over the Bridge.
District-Attorney Rtdgeway Proves Ills
There Is general Jubilation in tbo Brooklyn
Democratic ranks this morning over tho sweep
ing victory of yosterday, iu which they oarrlod
all before themv - - -
Early in the evening tho Republicans conceded
tho re-election of Mayor Chapin, and as the re
turns camo in showing increased Democratic
gains their spirits snnk in proportion to the
Jubilation of their victorious opponents.
Mayor Chapin's houso nas besieged with
friends this morning, all eager to congratulate
a. c nuns,
him on his victory, while telesrams poured In
incessantly, complimenting tho young Mayor
on his success, which that gentleman received
with his characteristic modesty.
The re tin ns as compiled by Police Commis
sioner Rell this morning give Chapin 00,324;
Chapin's plurality is 0,023.
A careful count of the returns as made out in
tbo Polleo Commissioners' otllce give District
Attorney KidKVtay 08,058, John D. Circe n
28,882; Rldgway'spluiallty, 10,070,
Mr. Ralrd, his opponent, received tho re
turns at his handsome lesideuce on Howes
street, aud up to a late hour was sanguine of
District-Attorney Rldgway again demon
strated his popularity by an immonso majority,
and Surrogato Abbott, though a little behind
his ticket, undo a good showing, and his elec
tion was a suiety early In the evening.
John V. McKane ami his band of Independent
Democrats, with but few oxceptlons. voted tbe
Rtpnhlicati ticket Iu Oravesend, and nut of a
register of 1,370 they claim oer 1,000 votes
as their own.
The other Kiccosifiil candidates, Hupervlsor-at-l.aigo
Kicthclimai, Auditoi Frederick Kel
lar and Coronets Rnouey and I.iliila,Meru also
kept busy shaking the funnily builds offered
'Iheodorol'. Jackson tlin successful candidate
' for C'itv Comptioller. raine ill for his share of
tbo general congratulations.
When il i taken Into consideration that there
are cow onl) two Republicans holding heads of
oflh-o iu lliooklyii, Shi nil 1 bin. hart aud
County Cleik Kaiser, the owiwhiluiiug Demo
cratic sweep call bebrttet tenlied.
In all the excitement and turmoil onocaudl
date leems to havo b-en entirely forgotten.
Mis. Emma lletkwith, the woman's rights'
candidate for .Mat or.
llowevei, slio takes her defeat with much
grace, and still hopes to bare her ambition
Krutitlcd some day.
The following table shows tlin figures in each
fAi; In i'.iifif
First Ward 1.(17 0 1,70.1
Hi court l.M'i 401
Thud 1,028 1,504
I lniirtb 1..I75 1,011
I Pirill ..42') 802
I Sixth 4,00,1 1,082
Seventh 0.405 3.157
I Eighth -'.784 1,840
' Ninth 2.1H1 l.oio
'lentil 1,718 1.783
Liv tenth 2,107 1,070
Twelfth 3,205 022
Thirteenth 1.71H 2.305
Fourteenth 3.223 1,20,1
Fifteenth 2,200 2,520
Sixteenth '. 3,074 2,503
Seventeenth 3,517 2,8.10
Eighteenth 4,454 4,213
Nineteenth 2,437 3,304
Twentieth 1.052 '.',003
Twciity-llrit 3.04.1 3.004
Twonty-sccnud 3,275 3,882
Twenty-third 1.042 3,401
Twenty-fourth 1,241 1,110
Twonty-tlfth 1,300 3,020
Twenty-sixth 3,020 4,280
Totals 05,570 50,338
The above figures aro estimated in some of
Henntors Elected In llrooklyn.
John 0. Jacobs (Dem.1, majority. 0,220
James W. Rirkett (Rep.), majority. 4,001
P. IL McCarren (Dem. ). majority 413
II, A. MoTeruan, D. Majority, 2,037.
a J. McDrtde. D. -Majority, 300.
JohnCooncy. D Majority, 1,200.
J. J. O'Connor. D. Majority. 1.455.
John Kelly. D.-Majority. 1,747.
W. E. Shields, D Majority. 420.
AdamSchaar, D. Majority. 453.
W. Rlanchfleld, D Majority, 021.
George Oretzinger, IU Majority, 1,802,
Thomas V. Ilyrncs, D. Majority. 1,105.
O. L. Weed. It-Majority. 1,027.
C. J. Kurth, R. -Majority, 108.
1 H.aBlmonsoii.R. IS II. C. Baden, R.
3-Henry White. R. 17-F.Wrlghtlngton.R.
5-Patrick Harry, D. 10-W. C. Carrick. R.
7 Thomas Fltchlo.R. 21-W. II. Cotilson. It,
0-F. II. McQulre, D. 230. B. Lockwood. R,
11-Chas.W.Bwan.R. 25-W. L. Extance. R.
R. F. Mackellar. D. M. J. Coffey, D.
II. J. Hcanoy, D. It. II. Leech, R.
Theodore Maurer, D. E. P. Thomas. R.
G. a Elcock, D. T. VT. Wood. R.
Thos. A. Heard. D. Peter Hess, R.
Anson Ferguson, D. William McKee, D,
Richard Pickering, D. D. McOrath, D.
M. J. Wafer. D. J. J. Illack. D.
John McCarty, D. J. R. Keyea, I).
James McGarry, D.
Cotton Oil Trust Down Again on Romors
ot a Defalcation.
Wall Street was startled this morning by new
rumois of a sensational character affecting tbe
financial standing of the Cotton Oil Trust
It was stated that tho Investigating Commit
teo appointed by the certificate holders to ex
amine into the accounts of tho Trust had dis
I rovered a shortage for a ery largo amount, in
vol vim; an enormous Ios to the shareholders.
It was alio intimated thr.t n cral of tho of
ficers of the Trust wcio Implicated In tlic bring
lug about of tbee losses, and that efforts would
be made to compel them to disgorge somo of the
profits which they had failed to account foi.
These rumors wore not pleasant to the ccr
' tlflcato holders, ami those who were down early
I were in a statu of excitement aud anxiety erg
! iuiMuoii a panic. ....
Everybody expected that tbo bottom would
fall out of the murket this morning, for all tbe
' iuloimatlou that could be gleaned icgaidiug
the tmth f the rumors went to confirm them,
and at the siu tune the einet amount of the
ohc could not lie ncei taint d.
Realizing that tho situation was extremely
critical. Frederick 1. Olcott. the Chairman of
the Reorgan.atiou I'ominittu . xut out early
tins morning t'ie follow misstatement;
Hy reason of tbe stnsatlcnal reports this inorniog
res; ecUns" n sburuge in the accounts oi tbe Cotton
Oil Trust, 1 lee 1 . abed uiHu,for tbe uroteetlou of tbe
eertiUtste bolder., to announce that the report of tho
(rorsanUaliuu Committee to he piesfiitcd will state
under oniilal sulbontv of tbe lioard or trusties that
the total net loas Jellnltely astertalne.l to all of tbe
Trust orKsulzations Is the sum of 277,00uand no
Despite this statement the market this morn
ing opened at 3 He for Cotton Oil, which is one
pel ci lit. below the clos.ng nricu of Monday,
and tbeie was a v.ery meek fieling lor some
time, although subsequently there wasasllght
leaction , .....
Jlr. Adams this morning authorized tho state
ment that this shortage was not din- tiiuuv dli
botiest or inisappiopriatioii of tin fluids of the
'i i tint, but who simply brought about by certain
errors of Jtidgiineiit mi the pait of bluer for
the 1'rust. in purchasing crude nil fiom com
A meeting of tho shareholder ot the Trust is
to be In Id this afternoon, at which it is raid a
full (libclosuio of the affairs of the Company
will be made.
Kike Ovehcoatb from Isellaj- (iilnrs. half rrU'e,
MABurix's Misir Vlotbiso Coufakt, 120 ad
., uear 14ib at, .
2 O'CLOCK. M
His State Goes Against Him by Prolablgi Jl
30,000 Majority. '
And His Defeat Followed by Arrest Sifl
on a Serious Charge. In
Arcuscd or Shootlnjr a Celebrntor o4 lH
Ills Opponent's Triumph. &H
fsrrciAL to the evisiso wohld.1 aCI
RicnMOKD, Va., Nov. 0. Well, tho "I-tolde isH
you. no " of many wischcads In Virginia has coml iH
to pass and den. Mahouo finds himself plungedV
ovor ears into the political tureen
From tho moment tjiat the rotnrns began toI -lH
come in from tho important voting centres ot! tH
tho State tho result could be foreseen. ill
Democratic gains In this city, in Norfolk, ia iSmWW
county after county, in Southampton Itself. ihe lH
stronghold of Mahone, all indicated plainly the iH
coming downfall of the fiery little asdrant to tha i 'fl
Qnbernatorial chair. i 'H
Tho indications grew and grew, as the return 1'l
became morn complete, and so did the size of 1 llH
MrKltiuoy's estimated majority. ?B
Iu a number or counties tho gain amounted to, 4lH
a complrto reversal aud burial of former repubi nH
lican majorities. j ;H
At the iiour of writing, there seems no reason I HH
to lower tbo llgtires of early morning, by which i 'H
Mchinney'a maiority ia placed closo to 30. 000. I 1H
Tho ictory, though many thinkers considered
it a foregone conclusion after the Republican I H
made tho mistake of nominating Mahone, wa1 H
norertheless greatly aided and augmented by f3m
tbo steady work of the Democrats at the polls. -aH
and tho unfaltering support of the ticket. ,
Jubilations by tho victors began early, even jM
before the returns bad begun to assume actually' tjlH
iloiluite sham', and thero were cheers and bon- -vJkM
fires and llieworks in all directions. ?H
A big sensation was created when the report' TM
camo from l'ctorsbnrg that Mahone had been t3mW
arrested at his home there on a chargo of shoot
Ing Robert Harrison, one nf a party engaged in tM
flung rockets, in celebration of tho Domocratla M
success in tho street in front of tho Ocneral'a H
Mr. Harrison was wounded in the thigh, and' J1H
shots were fired at others iu the party. -4aH
.The shots camo from Mshone's yard, andmawf, 'JtLm
peoples in Petersburg believe they were flrcdw- "HLm
young Rutlcr Mshrme. son of the dofeated man. jH
The General was arrested, however, and pas .Sal
under bonds to appear to-day for examination. 1yH
FORAKER MAY BE BEATEN,
lie Has Lost Votes Heavily la Oblo'trr ,yfl
Outside Precincts. aH
BrrciAL to the eyenibo wobls.) fl
Coi.cjini's, O. , Nov. o. Latest returns ImU. i Jfl
cata tho defeat of Forakcr and tho Legislature ! 3H
Mr. Thnrman has sent to Orover Cloveland. at ' Jftfl
New York, a telegram saying : MW
" Gov. Foraker has surrendered all the Re vKfl
publican flags iu Ohio." 'ftfl
Cincinnati. O,. Nov. 0. Tho latest rotums, BJ
from 705 voting places in Ohio outside of CLn- fl
HON. J. E. CAXPBELL. .ll
cinnati, give Forakcr 123,717; CamptHjfc IjH
110.080; ITelwig. 0.048. . SH
The same districts in 1887 gave ForaMT 'TE
121,232 ; Powell, 100.071 : Sharp. 0200. ,jSjyj
These returns from the outside leave Foraker $
but 3,031 majority, so far, with which to meet !jSB1
Campbell's Cincinnati majority of 0.062. , 'Sm9
11 a. M. Returns from 818 voting, places) 1H
out of the 2,100 in Ohio, outsldo of Cincinnati. fBl
ivo Foraker 130,7.12; Campbell. 131,5101 ft-JjpJ
elwig, 0,703. WU
MASSACHUSETTS CLOSE. 'jM
Republicans Probably Successful, bnt JmH
Surprised ut Russell's Run. fflu
IsrEriAL to the evehiso wonLD.1 v?H
Bosios, Mass., Nov. 0. The State has un- SBJ
donbtedly been carried by the ltopublicans. 2ffl
The plurality is not a lart-o one, but the dls. 'flH
tricts yet to bear from can hardly change it to itH
the other side. ..., 7M
1'ho light made by Russell, tbe young Demo. MIH
cratie candidate for Governor, was a gallant &'
one, and tho close nib he lias given llrackatt. IfUB
Hie old Republican war horso, ia a thorough -JBJ
IKi'.ilical surprise. .,, m
Had the real Democratic plurality in Boston 9B
been brought out the Republicans would hayo litM
lo-it tho State. A . , 'fM
llrackett pulled the saloon vote to large ex- .':
tent aud thus reduced Russclrs figures in the ,'iivBl
11 A. M.-The totsl vote of the cities and U
towns thus far lecelved gtvo Bracket! ; (Rep.).
123,001; 11 e soil (Dem. 117,523; Blackmer MU
(Piohib. . l '.201. SSJ
Brackelt s plurality will reach 7,500.
IOWA IS DEMOCRATIC. jfl
The Repiilillciin State Committee Con- fl
cedes tho Klcctlon of Roles. Till
fsrrcut. to rns evesinq woaLn.1 SVnW
CnicAOo, Nov. o. Tho rnM displays a spew ml
cial from Dei Moines ssying that at 3 A. w. the 'jfjfl
Republidan Stato Committee of low had con- lH
ceded the election of Boies. Democrat, by from ""SiB
5,000 to s.ooo plurality. , , , m A. mkm
Later returns indicate the election of the en 1f91
tiru Demociatio Stato ticket by a majority prob- ifi'91
ablv exceeding 10. ooo . . . , A, . . Mm
Boies seems slightly ahead of his tioket. Sfl
1'fiin.jlvr.nln Urpnbllcnu by 00,000 l'ln- IM
UrtCIAI. TO THE EVENIIO WOBLD.l If fl
Piiii.Anrt.fiUA, No., o.- The only yote was TOSJ
for State licmuvu:, undltoycr, tho Republican ,"5)3
candidate was elected by about 00,000 pin- vj(fl
.lllealeelpl Dernorrnllr, of Co Mrs, "ifl
IsrECUt TO TBM HYENIIIO wsblo.1 "1Ss
jAcxsny, Miss,, Nov, 0, Titer was no B. !eS
imblloaiiNUUtluliotlii the. field and Ihtr wan I ,4fl
iltll to arou.o interest in the tlMtien,. . loj