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I THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1868. PpJcTlYrKNTS
I THE ELECTION.
M. T "VERY LATEST RETURNS.
I I Soymour's Majority Ovor 12,000
If In Now York.
HOFFMAN GOVERNOR BY 30,000.
V Tien York LciUlnture largely ne
st I pnblicon.
ij, u A'Eir-roittt.
Estimated Mwjorlltee by CoMntlee.
Grant. Strmaur, GrHvoMM'ifnan.
I Mbany 1,W 2,200
I Alleghany .... 8,800 3,700
llrooine 2,000 1,200
f' tJellaraiigut . . 2,600 8,600
fi Cayuga 8,600 J.600
Ik Chautauqua .. 4,00 4,800
f Chemung 2.1 60
Chenango .... l,T0O 1,400
Clinton 600 100
Columbia 400 600
Cortland 2,000 8,000
llehtwarc .... 1,200 1,200
l)utcheas .... 1,000 "00
.'rio 1,000 600
Stsex 1,200 1,200
.i 'renklln 760 700
R I 'ul. & ll'uiton 600 460
tlcnesco 1,400 1,810
(1 Ilrecne W0 1,000
Herkimer .... 000 850
et Jefferson 2,700 2,000
1 King! 18,000 14,600
H Lewis 400 400
41 Livingston ... 1,2.10 1,100
'J Madleon 2,200 k.iOO
M flonroo 1,600 1,400
JJ llontgomcry.. 100 200
9 few York.... 60,000 69,000
Xlegam 400 800
Oneida 1,800 1,200
Onondaga.... 8,850 8,200
Ontario 1,400 1,400
Orange 400 250
Orleans 1,600 1,100
Oswego 8,600 8,8'10
I ptscgo 6X 260
I Putnam 170 ' 00
1 Uuccns 1,500 1,700
P. Itenasclacr.... 800 600
l Itlchniond .... 1,000 1,000
I dockland .... 1,000 1,00)
L fit. Lawrence. 8,600 8,200
Saratoga, 1,600 1,600
I Kchcnecluily.. 17S 160
I Bchoharlc .... 2,500 2,500
Bcbuylcr 700 700
W Scorca 450 650
II Steuben 2,600 2,400 -
ft HulTolk 600 400
Hulllvat 400 450
7 Tioga 1,000 1,000
Tomiiklin .... 1,540 1,500
tlltter 500 600
Warren 600 600
Washington .. 2,600 2,500
Warn 2,000 2,000
Wealcbcttcr.. 1,500 2,000
Wyoming .... 1,000 1,500
Yatoj 1,380 1,500
Totals 78,020 85,320 70,000 07,650
Majority for Seymour, 12,600; for Hoffman,
City Vote Inr (lovernnr.
1HOH. , , infill. .
Ward!. GrUvotd, itffman, Jrnlon. Hoffman.
1 111 2112 172 21110
2 117 311 131 207
8 2M Wt 1!1 B'.O
4 41 8) 41.1 S6.V)
6 814 WJ HJ.1 2151
C SO!) URI 221 fci'.t
t 1273 (W3I UN 41V1
8 171 60117 1.1H1 Xrjt)
f 4058 B'."iO S207 4187
to 1571 nil mi air,;
II llml Kill) 1IW1 0121
I ssrai 4m iw em
13 lint 4ii!i iva au5i
14 71 4.VM (1)1 KM
is sin smii ins ttia
18 WD 4'.'1J 2384 SB 17
17 IMIft UIWI 2-B9 81
11 8HJ I2MI ll 4IS.1
1 8rt 1I Mil 4110
10 sua h'ua uvsi cam
l 878 0511 25.-I) 40111
2 s-xs fei am 4w
Total 41,t97 112,134 3.1. 1 W 80,677
lloDnitn OTer Fenton ....47 IKS
Huffman over (IriawoM... OV.U01
Total tutu for Uotcruor, 155,vuo.
New A'orU Mlnle.
County. Hip. Don. County. Ittp. Dim.
Albany 4 Ontario 2
Alle(hnnr 1 Orange 1 1
rllroom 1 Orlcaci 1
L'aturaujul 2 Oawego 3
pirun a outgo a
Chautauqua 2 lulnara 1
Ctwinung l qucena 2
!"nanso, 1 Hrnwelaer 2 1
Clinton 1 ltlehmond 1
Colombia 1 1 ltorklaml 1
1 Cortland 1 HI, Lawrence... .1
lielaware 2 Haraloga 2
ITMcheat 2 rkbencetadr.... 1
' Erie 4 1 Kcholtarle 1
Kaaex 1 Bcliuflcr 1
Franklin. 1 Beneea 1
1 rol.A irinton.. 1 Httuben 1
iltneaee 1 Burlolk 1
dreene 1 Hulllran 1
Herkimer 1 Tloira 1
JelTeraon 2 Tompkins 1
Klois 2 7 Ultler 1 3
! LeWla 1 Wsrren 1
1 l.lrln;lou 1 Washlnfton ... . 2
... Kajl.ou 2 Wajrne t
! Monroe 3 Wealehester..., 1 2
v Wontri'merjr... 1 Womlng 1
j New York 1 20 Yates 1
Onefda?!"."!!!! 8 1 Total 78 50
J Onondaga 8
IteruWIean majority, 2H; on Joint billot, SO; tbtn
Insuring the election or a Iff publican Senator.
Aldakt, N. Y., Nor. 4. HevmouVa majority in
(bis countr Is 1.900; Hoffman's, 2,200. Mailiam,
Dem., tor Congreas, baa 1,702 majorltr. The Demo
crats elect three Asiemblm(n and the ltepublleant
pne. Tlio Democrats elect ihtlr whole county ticket
by about 2,000 toJorltr.
The hYmlng Journal concedes tho State to Bey
tnoar by 8,000, nnd to Hodman by 90,(100. II claims
the Assembly to be 71 llenubllesns to 51 Democrats
The ArfVt ctalma lO.Ual majority for Seymour In
. therltate, and 25,000 for HoOman, and concedes the
Assembly to be Republican by a email majority,
IT. LAWltlNCI Cnl'KTT.
This county complete, except three small towna,
and those are estimated, flto tlrsut and t'olfn H,l(il
maiorlly, Oriawold's not vary 25 from (Jraut'a
This county complete gives Grant 2,226 majority.
This county giics 1,100 majority for (Irani.
, ALLIOniXT COl'NTT.
This county complete gives a majority of 3,810 for
Orant ; a gain of 131 over the rote of lfcW.
H I Foil returns from Saratoga county gives Grant
1 A:,09i majority ; Orlswold, 1,H9. . ....
r T -inglove, (Itsbubllcau), for the Assembly In tbe
! Plrst District, baa 8 majority.
This connty complete gives (Irani 12,868 ; Bey.
mour, U.ni ; Orlswold, 11,311 ; lloflmaun, 11,072.
Tills county rlrea a majority of 250 for Grtene,
'(Democrat), for Congress.
I orakoi com XT,
This county gives a majority of about 100 for
' Van Wyck, (Uepubllcan), for Congrees.
Tbe majority for Greene In bla district la 150. The
election will probably be contested on the ground of
alleged fraudulent naturalisations, of which, It Is al
leged, thero are several huudrcd In the Becoud As
Tho county Is yery doe. I.yon (Democrat), for
ti e Assembly, la probably elected over Madded,
,)Iteputjllcau), by from 3 to 5 majority.
New Vorli City,
voia rou con auras,
TTai ils. Ititti, bar., W'urdi. Unit. tir.
1 117 1IIJJ 1KXI 41
i 114 U)lt M'i IOC,
t iM 7
M Total SMI 10,'iM
S.l , VIJ S5
Jfoi over Lewis ....15,33
He- Morrtt- itc Mori it-
trji. Cm tin. Train, ey. ll ils. Cartln. Train, .
' 7 m I3 5181 II M tn Ml
li II t M IX
IS WIS 110 2101 Total. ,,S83 2111 IS.W3
illL. i. (.. n..f.n. '
wTirits. e7lirr. Cor.. Wnrdi. Stnrr. Cor.
li ''! I SM Slrt
1J ll S3I1 ,
I Total 97J
Cox over Btarr &
ITardJ. Aiflnej-, Cj.'Kij.
II ! tilt
ITt 0 ItOM
Total u WM RIM
Calkine ovrrrinckaey U,&2
XTardi. Viimbttr, Drooli. WarJi. Lalmhftr. Drool:
H tun 11 11 w;e CAM
10 J37J 7JI1 .
Total thti n.fa
Drookt over Lalmbter 111
Wants. Thomnt, B'w-I. Satag:
11 !- Sill r,t
l sr.'4 sins 74
21 COO KX Co
Total...,, iu5 u.cu) iTa
Wood over Thomss S&j
Thre illitrleia mlxlna'.
1 6UU) DUUIcl tulMlng.
TOTI TOR AUIVRtr.
Flrtt THitrtet. Tammany, Mosart, and Contltu
tlonal Union Mnrpliy, 5I7. Demncralle t'unlon
Kellly, 487. Itadlcai Hcpnbilcan-Urlffln, l,l;M.
Murpby over Orimn, 4,tl.
Htcond AWWrtVf-Tammanr. Mojarl. acd D".;.
eratle Union Hums, 3,502. Kadlcal Uepubllcan
Graham. 716. Hums over Orstnm. T7Pr).
Third lAtlrirt. Tammany anil Mosart Oaraniah,
4.415. Democraue Unlon-ltooney, 1,812; Itadlcai
and Conservative Itepnbllcan Mulligan, b7. Con
stitutional Union-Duma, 67. Cavanagti our
bvrr IHitrttr. Tammany, Moiarl, and Demo
eratlc Union (lalvln, 0,722. Itadlcai and Conserva.
tlvt Kepuliltcan-1,311. Galvln over Gould. 4.M..
tytn lHttrirt. Tammony and Constitutional
Union Mitchell, 8,5IA1. Mosart Johnson, 2,b80.
Uepubllcan llanna, 1,721. Mitchell over Johnson,
7C5: over llanna, 874.
HiitS lHttriel. Tammany and Constltntlonal
unloik-Catnrritll, 2,ul. Horart Zlmmer, l.W,
Democratic Union and Constitutional Union Ferris,
401. lladletl Uepubllcan Jetinlnge-07. Campbell
over simmer, 077.
Srrtntk liUMtt. Tammany Fowler, 8,5.10.
Morsit Smith, 201. Democratic I'ulnn, lUdlcal
and Coniervatlva Itenubllcau Itlclimond, 2477.
ltlchmnnd over Fowler, 817.
ttjhfh 7Xfrlcf.-Tammany and Moiart-Wllt,
3.8A5. Demoeratle Union Nacbtmsn, 4,13". lUill
cat Itepubllcan-U'llilen, 2,310, Nachtmaa over
A'lnM M(ViW.-ncrger..1H: Voorlila, 471: Hlda
bock, 81; ltltterband, 8,108. Derger oer Itllter
TVnM Mi'Hr.-Murrhy, 1,834; Harlman, 8,417;
Itlddle, l,m Ilanman over Murpby, 1,5); llait
inan over Itlddle, t,!tlY
Flmnth JHttrut. Tammany, Mourt, Democratic
Union, and Constitutional Union Trainor, :i,l'M.
lladlcal Uepubllcan Grldley, S,4o3. Trainor over
Tafytn lifriry.-Tammany-Wallman, 6,313.
llcpubllcan llambciEcr, 1,808. Waltuun's majori
ntrlnnth Msrrte.-nalpln. 8 511; llerrlck, 013.
Itrpubllcsn-.McLrod,2,23!). Hatpin's majority, 275.
ovrrVenM IHitrict.Timmnrtr, Demoeratle Union,
and Conatllutlnnal Union Wlialrn, 1,MI. Motart
MeKlever, 1,71X1. Conservative Uepubllcan Carter,
W. UUIen over MeKlever. HI.
Flftntn JlttiM. Tammany Frenr, 3.450; 111a
mtnlhal, l.vii: McDerraott. Mil; Andtrwn, 1.7VI.
Frrar over Anderson, l,7tll ; Frear over Bluinenthal,
KUttentK DUtriet. Tsmmsny, Moasrt, and Con.
slltutlonal Union Irving, 8811. Itadlcai Hepublican
TUomp.on. .rtt. Constitutional Union Woods,
I, ei0. Irvine; over Thompson, l.tKi.
MitoiwrA IHttrM. Ulunketl, 8.M1 ; Ttelly, 1,743;
llra.lford, 2,ilH. llunkett over llrudrord, 1,103;
l'lunkett over lteltly.2,IH).
itgMttnlh JiUtriti. Tammany and Constitutional
Union Klernsn, 6,131. Moiarl McDonough, M.
lUdlral ltepabllcau-Ktrby, 2,181. Klcrnan over
XtmUtntA IHitrict. Itammany-rorter, 1,411.
Independent Wiley, W3. Itepubllcan-Greene, 1,132.
Forler over Grteue, 202! Irter oyr Wiley, 4W.
TirmtUIA IHitrict. Tsmmsny and Mosart Ret
gan, 2,430. Mosart and Constitutions! Union-North.
rup.211. Democratic Unlon-L'lasson, 2,204. Itadl
cai Uepubllcan Ilabcock, 2U8. Ueegan over Classou,
Tuntyrit DhtrUt. Tsmmsny, Moiart. Demo
cratic Union, and Conslllntlonat union llltchman,
4,11. Moaart llennelt. 8)12. Itadlcai Uepubllcan
Drown, 2,bOI. liltclimsn over Drown, 1,190.
(cranTiioR nr warm.
I re; !wi in xii. ... n 2coi mi
.1:.::: & 3 W-::. ffi ,tif
IV.... SOJ SIW sir XV... 5I'I 1ST! etO
V 113 Sill til XVI 8.100 ncri ll-M
vi tea sin t.-i xvii .tii cm iiw
.VII 1119 HOT 711XVIII JVU 4IIJ jjio
VIII Ii7 avis uvi XIX stfl 4M ion
ix iiu nv7 li-o xx in cim io
X I 21 1311 XXI Sl (JM I5
XI 1111 MM 2311 XIII '.; 4W7 11.1
Total 13 iltOS 23710
Tweed over Oliver J7,si
Oliver over Ctianler...... t 11,114
"Hi liUtrlcl Wlk Ward, aud lal IHitrict d Ward,
totr ron ivrKtur cocnr jrstici.
H'jrds. Dvrnartl. Carltr. H7iJs, liarnnrd. Carttr.
I 2,112 2H.1 13 4,2.12 1,511
2 l 11 II 4,411 810
3 HSI IV, 13 2,010 1,1 'I
4 8,51 2I0 10 4.7I7 3,181
5 2,791 Ml 17 10,012 4,l
0 4.S01 811,18 6,tti J.Hlt
7 4,90 81 III 3.2HH 2.7IH
8 4,155 Lo-ITHI 4,137 2,111
8 6,023 3.50H11 0.VT4 2,1111
10 4,287 1.IU7 22 4,211 2,170
II 7,023 8,818
12 1,703 B10 Total,... ftl.KIt 31,053
Usrnard's majority 52,i;o
TOTR rOR CITT JL'DCK.
H"cirJ. Efittrd. iapaup1.IViril. tnford. LapavaK.
1 2.117 13 IS.. ..4,270 ifm
t M 12011 4,7 H)0
8 807 2I1U3 ,..2,irrt 1,3-Jt
4 S,Wi) 1V16 4,711 8,150
8 2,SI 656 17 0,110 4,208
0 4,H.'rl 3218 6,18.1 8,121
7 4.DS3 378 12 4,315 8,777
8 4.1IH I.B4I20 4.UI7 2,1:18
8 8,132 ,IM31 6,l 1.0H4
10 4,2 I,4'W'22 4,320 2,474
II T,IW 2,3361
12 1,713 873 Totll...V3,2i 85.S1I7
lkdford's majority 67.887
tote ron RIQISTIR.
On. r7rr- Con. Orft-
H'irrfl. noil?. III. XTardl. Hull). llir.
1 2,210 1) 13 3.IM 1,051
2 8112 1 27 14 4,371 tM
3 Vi SIMS I,b62 1,'JW
4 8,0112 820 10 4,410 S.loO
5 2,h5U IK7 17 10,OU1 4,001
0 4,101 650,18 6,023 1.MI0
7 I.MII 4:) IB 4,218 2.7W
H 4,220 1,015 U 6,230 2.101
0 4,071 3,733 21 II.2IM 2,101
10 1,227 1,00122 5,U 8,623
II 7,WI 2,121)
11 1,081 1,003 ToUl.... 01,558 82.013
Connolly's majority 53,810
nR.1T ASUHDLT DISTRICT.
Iluch 31. Clark, Dem 3171
I'atrick Hums, Ind. Dem 21
Joseph II. King ll'9
Clark's majority over liurns 1113
atCORD ASS1KDLT DISTRICT.
Henry J. Cullen, Jr., Dem 4277
Etephen 51. (Irlswotd, Itep STJ7
Cullen's majority 4.0
TDIRD AIBIKBIT DISTRICT.
Patrick Keady, Iteg. Dem 8031
Denis O'Keene, Ind. Dem 8134
J. K. I.udden, Itep 1001
O'Keefle over Kesdy 118
rOUKtn ASSIMBLT DISTRICT.
Wm. W. Moseley, Dem 6128
Wm. ltlchsrdson, Hep,,,.,,. 8175
Moseley's majority 1331
rirrn asscubi-t district.
John T. Hunter. Dem 8429
Jamea It. Allsbcn, Itep 8513
Allaben'a majority 106
SIITII assemblt district,
John II. Wilds, Dem 3006
Andrew II. Hodges, Itep 3001
Wild's msjorlty 58
IIYIMTU ASttRBLI DISTRICT.
George L. Foi, Dem 8211
II. Smith, Ind, Dem 211
M. Holmes, Ind 4 6
Samuel D. Maddoi, Hep 2218
Fox's majority over Msddox i'ji
RIQUTO A89CRBLT DISTRICT,
He Witt O. Tower, Dem SMC
D. E. Austin. Hep 81'.
Tower's majority 811
h'lKTU ASSIRBLT DISTRICT,
John C. Jacobs. Dem 5119
lid. II. Flavin, Itep a7J
Jacoba'a majority 221
totr ron ruriUM and gotirxor.
tl-urd. Stimour. Orant. Hoffman. Oritvold.
1 Til I 7! Mi
J'"" ' liU 871 ISM 911
S .'1 . T.O IS . I"'
1 . liii L301 l""
a.,..,... ..... JJj j 5,
1;:;;;:;:;:;:;: l w
19 8T1I 1114 M71 1M4
11 arn im tan HAi
11 Kl TO Mil MO
IS II-J0 ildl liii 2013
II "79 MU m
is JMI 11a iia 1111
19 pal no ni it.n
IS l.TM IW IKI
H SIS l WO MK
It too lies ton 1DTI
10 13.11 SIM IVM toil
II 11 1AM 3U0I I.VM
Ji i.' a ism im
rtsibuah sn its in 110
riatlands 1U 171 Sit 133
Kew IM 770 sit mi 111
Ve Utrecht.... Sll IM 311 in
Orayessod 174 lit l in
Totals 8WJ0 27701 403 2580
Seymour's msjorlty, 11.118. ,
Msjoilty for lloaman, ,
John J. Pehnmakcr, Dem 83,219
Henry B..Uellows, Hep 11,614
Third District. 4
nenry W. Slocnm, Dem 18.473
Samuel Dootb, Hep 13,415
Blocnm's majority 8,019
OUT AND COCXTT CAXDinsTU RLCCTRD.
The Democrats elected their entire cllr ana cOanly
tickets by large msorllles. The following ato the
tabus 01 tho successful candidates!
Owfify Trtawtr Thomas A. Gardiner.
imtrut Atnirntt Ssmnel 1, Horns.
Juitlfti nr tbftnn tiephen I. Voorhees. Dem.. end
IT 111. II. Iloit, Itep, (The law requires one of each
psny lo be circled )
cvronei. 1r.i W.'rH-sIotepn II. Jones.
AMYind Hairrri-Lswrence A. WMtehlll.
KufrinUndmU of lAs lxr, Third lMHrkt Henry
tnh M.rrlcl-Cornel'ns Fergnson.
t'ornitr ollrr Evan M.Jotioson.
riSudiW James OTirlen.
City rreii.nrer-Coiitilsnd A. Spagns.
Coiltctorof Tiirti Uaac ltadran.
. mnrf-Anilrtw Wai.h.
Juntirt tSrtt Ihitricl -John lirlman 8erond District
Jatacs llucklcy 1 Slalh Dlitnct, John l.jncu.
ALbRRllI.H RLRCTID, I
I Michael rsmpbell, Demneral.
-IUrtlrlt Ktrykrr, liepnMirsn.
fi Ihoinas Kentlnir, Democrat.
H U.II Wlllard, lleinocral
10 Jacob I. Pergen, liemocral,
II MlcliselC'onery, Democrat.
11 ' Nolau, Democrat.
10- 11 L. (luck, llemiieral.
1 I'eter Tolan. Ilrinoerat
M-llolierl M Whiting. Ite pnhllr an.
tl-llillry .1. Ilslhiway, llrpubllrsn.l
21-1). K. Tru. Ilepuldlran,
Deniucrati, S; Itepubllcana, t.
1-Wnl D. llnlchlnf a. Democrat.
8 Dwlgl't Jiitinai'O, Itepttbllesn.
3-Thoma. Mirvlln, Ilemoerat.
1 Thaddena llncR, llemenst.
V James ra.l.1y, Ilemoerat.
11 Jatne. Howell, Jr.. Democrat.
11-11. hmllri, It. publican,
IJ .lu.rpl, Wilkluaon, Uepubllcan.
II lotrpli Droll, llcinorrst.
I Mlftisrl C'roaMiemncrAl.
Il-C. II. Tnbev, llemihlicsn.
21 James Wal.li. Iieninrrsl.
Dtniorrala.ai Itepiihlleans I.
Countiti. (Irani. Symor. Itip. Vtm.
Atlantic MAI 1
Iltrgen 600 8
Ilurllngton 050 2 2
Camden 1KI 1 1
Capo May 4is) 1
Cumberland.... l.SUI 2
K-iii l.WJ 7 8
Hudson .1,K! 0
Hunterdon !,) 8
Mercer 2tl 1 8
Monmouth 1,'I0 3
Morris auO 1 1
Ocean 500 1
I'stsalc 650 2 1
Somerset 250 1 1
Suasei 1,050 3
Union 150 1 1
Warren 1,300 3
Total .tTm 8550 87 S3
Seymour' majority 3,600
Democratic majority In Assembly 0
Tbls will tutors the return of the Hon. John T.
Stockton, In tbe dice of Theodore Frtllngbuysen, ns
U, S, Senator. -
Tbe Kivart tttltr gives Hie complexion of the
House as; Ilepubllcsns, 28; Demucrals, 81. This
would give tbo latter majority on Joint ballot of
riuT coxorru Disinter.
Wm, Moore, Hep., Is reflected by 8,000 msjorlty.
SKCOKn CONQUtiS DISTRICT.
Charles Halght, Dem., Is reelected.
iiiird co.vnnr.ss DISTRICT.
John T. Ulnl, Dem., Is elected by 4,000 majority.
FOURTH COMMIES! DISTRICT.
Utirt mat I IbWrty't mn).
Tsssalc IM Suaaex l,(sis
l'.ses (IM llergen 615
ToUl 1,05.1 Majority for Hill... luo
I II Til COXIIRRM DISTRICT.
Orestes Cleveland, Dem., Is elected by 1,200 maj.
Mr. Ilslaey w ill contest the election, on the ground
of notorious frsuds bir New York repealers, eipeclal
ly after nightfall, In toe Demoeratle Interest.
Hudson t'nunlr l'rtaldtnt.
. 1W.IN. . . 1801.
(Vlil'ir, orurnoutt Mrain,Jr'c(1"l-
';i. Dtm, JAp, on, Vein.
First Ward 251 IWJ 372 41
Second Ward. . 4.11 101 2!I7 510
Third Ward 7ai 621 555 3ttf
Fourth Ward.,.. 75(j b.71 441 SV1
Fitth Ward 4!H 71 37 721
Slstn Ward 71 573 101 Mil
Seventh Ward.. 107 1103
First Ward 303 CM 217 373
Second Ward... 222 252 172 H1
Third Ward-.... 201 432 201 822
First Ward 310 474 1W 311
Second Ward... lw) 215 101 101
Third Ward.... 21 450 111 312
Fourth Ward... 132 2hI 51 ir
Ikrgcn 873 701 5Ht 411
Greenville 2u3 121 111 U1
llajonne '.VI 511 M 111
North llergen... . 121 lurt Wl 177
Weebawkrn 22 4'J 12 10
West lloboken... 812 310 117 lir.s
Union Town .... 82 171 (XI I'll
Townof Union... 100 i: 111 117
llsrrlion 107 3'i7 131 210
Kearney 61 47
Total 7J loyiii" ieio mio
TnaNTON, N. J., Nor. 4. The result In this
Stale, so fares a'cirtalned, Ogures up about 4,500
fur Haiidolph, lliu Democratio cntidldate for Govern,
or. Tho Democratic Electora have about 2,51X1 ma.
Jorlty, Cliarlea Ilslght, John T. lllrd, and Orestes
Cleveland (Dems.) are eicetcd to Congress, II Is
thought 1'hlllp ilntlcrty, in tbe Fourth District, Is
detested, by a small majority, by Hill (Hep.) Moore
(Hep.) Is circled In the First District. The legisla
ture will probsblv stand as follows: Sensto Demo
crats. 12 ; Hrpubllcans, V, House Democrats, 31 ;
IIarttord, Conn,, Nor, 4. Full returnt from
every town ,n the stale have been recelned at the
Couranf office, snd gtte the following resnltby coun
ties! Hartford-Grant, ,035i Bcymoor, 11,010. New
Haven-Grant, lu.COO; Seymour, 12,117. New Lon-don-Orsnt,
6.8S0; Seymour, 5,293. FatrSeld-Granl,
8,54i; Seymour, 8,104. Litchfield-Grant, 4,417; Sey
mour, s.820. Mlddlesei Grant, 8,223; Seymour,
2,722. Windham Grant, 4,167; Beymoor, 2,333.
Tolland-Grant, 2,418; Seymour. 1,811. Total for
Grant, 49,720; for Seymour, 46,381. Majority for
Bngliah'a msjorlty Isst spring waa 1,704. Tbe Re
publican net gain Is 6,102.
The abots will probably not vary 100 from the offi
it lion K ISLAND.
The full rote in thil Slats by counties it at fol
lows ! 1'rovldence 7,850 for Grsnt, 4,254 Seymour.
Newport 1,431 Grant, 644 Seymour. Washington
1,019 Grsnt, "CO Seymour. Kent 1,101 Grant, 676
Seymour. Bristol 771 Orant, 311 Seymour, Oram's
The Uepubllcan majority in ttiU Stale will
amount to our 31,000,
jir.ts.va Oil U.SETT.1.
Huston, Mass., Nor. 4. nelurna from nil tut
forty e'gtl towns In tbo Bute giro Grant 71,622
"'"iie'ioto for Congressmen In the Flflh District
stands as fUloMil Duller, 11,060; Lord, 4,811 ; Dint,
Han Francisco, Nor. 4. The Stile returns ore
meagre. The Timtt, the Uepubllcan organ of tho
Slate, cltlmi tht Mate for Grant. The Alta Call
OTAlcin, alio JttiuMlciUj claJmt the Stata for the Uav
PcWIcsns by a small msjorlty, nr,'ir. great frands
hers been perpelrsted In the MtillM'rneir.ntle. The
Nomina Call, Independent, claim, the SUte by from
3,000 10 6,000 majority ftr the Democrata, and that
Johnson and Ailell ore reelected h Congress, The
Democratic majority In this city Is 1.4)1.
The municipal contest centered on the Chief of
rollee. Crowley, Uepubllcan, was elected by about
Iteturns from tht State or Oregon show Urge Ue
publlcan gains, and the Itepublicans enteitaln hopes
of carrying the Slate.
TfOltTir CM ft 07, .V. I,
ItALRinn, N. C, Nor. 4. The electloni Tester
dsy passed oft qnletly throughout the Slate. The re
turns come tn slowly.
Wake Connty glvea Grant a mojorlty of 4(16; a
Democratic rain of 560. Dervce for Congress baa a
majority of an ; a Republican loss of 578.
Franklin Connty la reported for Seymour by 800
msjorlty; a Democratic gain of I'M.
Johnson County is rcportaJ to hart gono for Sey
mour by a small majority.
Illaden County shows a smalt Democratic gain.
ltobeson County bas a Democratic majority of 781
a rain of 113.
Kdeecombe Connty abows 1,11 Uepubllcan ma
Jalorlty; a Hepublican gain of 2.
Contcat County has gone for Seymour by TO ma
jorlty; a gain of 00.
Warren County shows a Hepublican msjorlty of
No returns bare been received from tht Western
Counties, and not enough other returns to deterralno
the result In the Stale.
The election of Shobcr (Dem.) to Congress Is Con
ceded by the Itepublicans.
W'ltsllNOTON, N. C, Nor. 4-IIrenlnr. The Dem.
ocrals ctaua this State "ir Seymour. The Morning
.War estimates tbe Hepublican majority at8,Ui1. Tht
election of Spobcr In the Slith District la regarded na
certain. Ills competitor was Ihe lion. N. Hoyden.
The Democrats are also confident that Durham la
ilccted In the Seventh District. Iteturns received
here show a net Di'tnnccratlc gain,ontheConvenllon
tote, of 3,000. The Democratic gain In I'ltt county
la Olio, and In Hoblson county over 400. Kichuiond,
Anson, Colnmbls, Wilson, Nash, Wayne, Halifax,
Johnston, Cumberland, Sampson, Duplin, and On
slow counties all show Demncrstlc gslns. Mecklen
burg, Itowan and Csbsrras counties shor Hepublican
SOI Til C.illOl.tX.l.
Auohsta, (la., Nor. 3. Iteturns from South
Carolina ate meagre, but there seems to be but Utile
doutt thst the State has gone Hepublican.
Chaiilrstiin. S. I'., Nor. 8,- Full crucial returns
from all the wards of tbls city give a Hepublican ma
Jorlty of 1.353.
(i :()(;. 1.
Ahotita, (la., Nov. 4. The city is quiet. Lead
ing cltltena are acting with the military to preserve
the pesre. No further trouble Is apprehended. The
conduct of Major SI. Onge and his command Is high
ly commended. So fsr as heard from thrre wcro uo
disturbances In Georgia yeslocday, except at Savan
nah and Auguita.
.Savanna, (la., Nov. 4. The cllr is perfeclly
quiet to day. Two ;Hilleemen were shot lesterday
by tbe negroes; one Is dead anj the other ilylnr.
The negTueson IheOgct-chee road are reported to
be arming and gathering In large numtx-rs with the
design 01 entering the city under the lend nt llrad
ley. An armed patrol Is on duty to night In this
The murder Isst night of the young man named
Law, csuses a deep ferling among tho citizens.
The count of the ctly shows the totsl vote to be
4.U31. Democratic majority of 4,150. In the county
there Is a Democratic majority of 2,31.1.
Iteturns from 27 counties, tome of which went
largely Hepublican at tbe Seuatoilal elvrtmn, show a
Dtmocratlc majority of 1 1.71.1). The Imlli atloiis aro
that the Democratic majority In tlio Stale will be
fully 23,000, pcrlui s 3o,i,
Satannaii, (la., Nor. 4. Largo boilles of ne
groes sre assembling on the Ogcecbee snd Louisville
roads, evidently to march Into tbe city, l'crsons
living on these roads bare been compelled lo come
Into the city for protection. l'crsons residing In the
country who attempted lo go home have bten or
dered back by the negroes. An organised force uf
while men have gone outside the city to remain tin r
leg the night aud guard the approaches to the ctly.
Kki.ua. AIs., Nor. 3. Ilurnsvlllt, I'lanlsvllla,
andSelms. In Dallas county, ghe 1,170 lleitibllcin
Mturnia, Tenn., Nor. 4. Mills lias been hoard
from Arknn.-ts In sddllinn to that ahradr srnl. Lit
tle Hock l elalim-d by the III publicans by 2,(l ma
jority. As fur as heard from no dlsturbsnccs occur
red in the State.
Tii.laiiab, Nor. 4. The member of the
Kteetursl College from Florida were clmsrii by the
Lcgl.litiirc ytsterdsy. The voto cast for Ihe Itepub
Ilcsn ticks t was Hi In u Democratic. One ol Ihe
thrre KlcUors chosen Is u colored man.
Knur Oiilrxs, La., Nor. 8. The rote In llila
city fools up 21.KI7 for Seymour, ind 270 fur Gram
OrkaiK l'urlsli xlll lncrra-e Ilia Democratic vole
1,6011, making Sejmour'a msjorlty In the l'nrlsb ncsr
Csddo l'srlsh gives n Democratic majority of about
Shreveport Clly Democrollc, 1,100; Hepublican,
Dossier I'arlsh Is reported nearly unanimously
New Iberia gives 489 Democratic majority.
llraaluar City gives tho only Itrpulillcsn majority
reported In this Stale,
Thus fsr everything has passed off quietly so fir as
Clrtrland, Ohio, Nor, 4. Kentucky Is re
ported 73.0U0 Detnocrstlc majority. Nine Demo
cratic Congressmen are elected. Nothing later has
been received In Indicate n charu In the Western
Slates from prtrlout despatch..
NAtnritLc, Tenn,, Nov. 4. No further returns
from the election In this State have been received,
cicept Ihe vote of Humidities, which gives u Demo
cratic majority of 17. 'Hit- Slate has gouo fur Grant
aud Colfai by n reduced majority.
Mihi'iiis, Tenn., Nor. 4. Tho Congressional
election In thla district Is still In doubt. As It now
stands, with McNalry county lo hear flora, the Indi
cations ure that the contest Ilea between sflwicli,
Democrat, snd Smith, Independent Hsdical, with the
chaneis In lavorof the former. The election will be
contested, no matler what the result msy be.
J.V7J7.I .Y.f .
Indianapolis, Nor. 4. Thirty-fieo countlea
have been heard from. Thlrly-oue uf lliein give He
publican gatns over the October cleetlmi of .l.sls).
Four counties gh e a Democratic gain of CW, with the
same ntlii ofgnlns for the Heoublicans In the bal
ance of the stale. Grant's majoilly will be 11,1J.
Ouaua, Neb., Nor. 4. Complete returns from
eight counties In Nebraska give a lie publican ma.
Jorlty or 2,131, a Hepublican gain of Kit. Scattering
returns from different parts of the Stale show Hepub
lican gains In about tho same proportion. The Its
publlcun majority cannot fall short of 4,0)0.
Nevada Is considered to have gone ltepubllcao.
ltejolclnts Ibroiiilioill ihe t'ennlry.
ALBAxr, Nov. 4. The Itopubticao General
Committee tired a salute of one hundred guns this
morning in honor o( the election of Grant and
I'uovtDtNca, H. I., Nor. 4. The Republicans
celebrated Ihelr rlclory at 8 0 clock this morning by
a procession, boudrus, snd a sslute ot one hundred
UMi'nDiBTOWN, Conn., Nor, 4. Tbe Douglass Bat
tery fired two huudrid guns to-day In honor of the
glorious results in the election of Grant and Colfax.
IkisniN, Mass., Nov t.-One hundred guna were
fired on lloston Common tu-day In honor of Ihe He
publican triumph. .n.
WonciBTEH, Mflas. Nor. 4. One hundred guoa
were fired here by the Itepublicans this evening In
booor of the election uf Grant and Colfjx,
Cataai;vOa, l'a., Nor. 4.-Th Itepubllcana of
this pisco ami vicinity are rejoicing over the victo
ries acnleved In this r-lste. 1 he ' JJo) s in Wuo" are
firing u salute of 1U) guns.
llAHTronu, Conn . .Nor. 4. The Hepnbllrar.e of
this clly are rejoicing to night orcr the result of the
Presidential contest. A salute Is being tired and a
torchlight proi ci.Hi.ii Is parading the streets. There
Is a general Illumination or stores and residences,
some of which arc very Hue,
llAnrroiiu, Conn., Nv 4-11 P. M. The streets
are thronged with piopli, and there la tho wildest
enthusiasm. A pltil' feature of the celebration
wat that a Seymour end Hlalr Club came out with
torches and Joined In tlie 1 rocetslon, bearing a ban
ner inscribed, " Lit u be friends," They were
given the hcadof tbe bnc, atij wcro rectlted with
Totgno, Ohio, Nor 4 -The Ilepabllcant fired two
tiuadiod suns 19 Dublin honor of the election, ,
UtOiNl W ASUIN GTON,
Speclst Deipatchel lo The Sun.
Wasimnoton, Nor. 1.
Nothing It talked of to-day except the result
of yesterdsy't election. Tht Democrats generally
accept the altuallon with resignation, aud base
their hopes In Grant's administration being conser
vative. Large nutnbert of dorks returned to day
from Now York, Pennsylvania, and adjicent States,
whence they had gone to rote. Thepasssge through
Hslllmore, both ways, was unobstructed and peace,
able, the police of that clly being detailed In large
force to protect the passengers, who genenlly speak
spprovlngly of the manner In which the policemen
performed their duties, Yery little business was
done In any ot tbo Departments to-dsy, it everybody
wat engaged In counting up majoilttce am! figuring
out tho State Electoral tickets. Portraits of Grant
were In demand, and tome dealers told out largo
ttockt of those workt of att to parties who have
suddenly discovered n great admlratlcn for the Presi
dent elect. One of tho picture pcdJIcrt going Ihe
ronnds of tbo Departments made a rapid oichanco
of the likeness ot Grant for greenbacks,
T1IR NIXT HNATUIt rROU NRW YORK.
Cr,5 tt the Democratic evening pipers to-night
holds out the Idea that the Democrata hs t .1 nnjorl
ty of the New York Legislature, and will elect Ho
ratio Seymour United States Senator In place of
Til a NkXT CAniNRT.
Politicians ore beginning to speculate oil the
probable complexion of Grant's Cabinet, and the
namts of mmy prominent Itepubllcana have been
mentioned In this connection. The great contest
w III be over the Secretary of the Treasury.
TIIR RRCCPTION 10 (ir.N. GRANT.
No answer has been received jet from Men.
Grant touching tho public receptio n which Is to be
giienblm on his rrturn heir. The ofirr was ad
dressed to him as Prrslilti.1 tlcct, In anticipation of
his being elected, and It Is supposed Hut he pre
ferred waiting lo sec bow tho election would result
before making a reply.
Secretary HcliofieU left to-night for West Point
on a short visit.
Montgomery Hlalr Is reported to be quite Indis
posed fioui excesshe Isbor during tho campaign,
TIIR riULIO (XIIIKNCr.
Senator Morgan ami lleiiretcntuliro Schenik
haveglien notice that im public exigency requires
Hit nttendsiiee of a quorum of members of Congress
un the 1Mb Inst.
ro 7 7:7 ti .v 7 .v r 7:1, 7. 7 ; i:xci:.
Tun War In llnvlt-lloiiiburitinrnt of .lrrrnili
- 31 is say- Women nnd Children Klllcil
III I'relhia ngiilnsl Americana.
Havana, Nor. 4 The Harden war ves.rla
Petlon snd Sslnave Oslo Msratanxa) have bombarded
the port of Jiicmlo frr three days. President Ssl
nsve commanded In person. The American, ling
llsh, aud French Consuls demanded thst time be al
lowed for tht remov il nf tht women and children, but
their request was denied, nnd Hit lombsnlinenl waa
comtnencid without further notice. Many women
and children w ere killed. All Ihe huiisi or Hit city,
Including tho conauhtr ofllces, were destroyed or
bully injured. Ono attack was made nn the town
by the Ui,, ,'urres or nainnro clnrlng the bomwro
uicnt, but It failed, A Ilrltlshmsn-of-wsr Is nu tho
way tn Jeremlt In wslch the proceedings of the
Haytten licet, and prevent violsllou of Hie rights of
foreign residents, for which the llayllcns show
Utile respect. Tho' excitement and Indignation In
Ilarll against Americans Is Increasing, This hostili
ty is caused In psrt by the fsct that the Ilayllen (lov
enimrut was furnished with lis war vessels by Am
nion shipowners, and that tluse vessela are manned
by Americans who not refuse to execute the cruel
orders of Salnavt.
It Is expected Ihst the bombardment of Jaemel will
soon follow. Thst place Is proline. I by balteiles In
which some good iirdnsnce Is mounted, and, If at
tacked, will make a resolute defence,
London, Nor. 4. Tho IM announces the fol
lowing programme as qussl-offlelali The illasulutlon
of Parliament will lake place on the llth lost. All
uneoutcsted elections are to commenco on the 10th,
and contested elections in burroughs un the 171b,
and In counties at a later dale. The new Parliament
wlltbe summoned to meet on Wedncsdsy, the VI Is of
December, when the ((ue in's speech will be deliv
ered, and the policy ot Ihe -Ministry on the questions
nt Issue snnouiiied, The Klghl Hun. John ICvelyn
Dennlson will ho reelected Spiaker. It Is believed
that the House will be ready to proceed to business
by Monday, the Itlh of December. The Opposition
will probably move, as leal question, an amend
ment to the reply to the (Jut-en's speech, which the
lluuse will dibale until Fiiday, the 18th, when II is
supiKiscd the motion will be carried by a large m.i
Jorlty, and thu House will adjumn nntll Ihe follow
ing 31undsr. On the reassembling of the llouso the
Pirmli r will announce his resignation and that of
his colleagues In the Ministry. Mr. Gladstone will
fullow with a motion to adjourn over for Iho holi
days, to oilord an opHirtuiilt fur the formation of a
Mr. fluids, of the PhitaiMJila Udgtr, arrived In
Louduii yestorday. He Is thu guest of Mr. Walter,
nf Iho 7ir', lit will nlro Im entertained b) George
Peabody and Charles Dickens,
KniNni'Rnii, Nuv. 4. Mr. John Bright waa pub.
Ilciy received hero yesterday by the Lord Provost
and members of Ihe Clly Government, and presented
wlih Hit freedom of Ihe clly.
Tho Court of Session nf Kdlnhurgh, nn a flnsl up
!cal, have rendered a decision dlaafiowlng tbeclahus
of women to Iho right of franchise.
Madrid, Nor. 4. den. Dulco delays his depar
ture for Cuba on accuunt of sickness. He takes out
a decree providing for tbe electloni of Deputies In
the Island. He Is also Instructed to carry Into force
measures to liberalize the administration of Cuba, to
establish the liberty of the prosa, divide the Island In
to three provinces, and suppress unpopular Institu
tions, Gen. Confronts bas been appointed Captain-Gene-rsl
of Porto itlco.
Oloraga and his party have laautd a manifesto, ur
glng Ihe necessity of maintaining a monarchic! furni
uf (luvcrnnicnl In Snalu.
Tht Provisional (Internment has received many
pi llllons fur the abolition of slavery.
It Is positively asserted that the Government will
now recognise thu Mexican Hepubllc.
I'aiiis, Nur. 4. The Qavhit nsserta that the
membeis of tho Provisional Governinoiit nl Madrid
sre unanimous in their opposition to tho Duko ot
IImliv, Nor. 4. King William to-day opened
the session of the Prusslsn Diet with a speech from
thu throne. He said new sources of revenue were
needed to provide fur the Increased expenditures uf
the Kingdom, The relations of Prussia with all
foreign ;uwcra were satisfactory snd friendly. He
hoped that Spain would succeed In Independently re
constituting her affairs on a basis which would ren
der the future welfare of her people secure. The
King concluded by declaring that Ihe wishes of
sovereigns and tho popular craving for peace would
insure peace, and should remove those groundless
fears of which odvaulage Is too often taken by Ihe
enemlea of peace.
Hatana, Nor. 4. Santa Anna has arrirnl in
Sen Domingo. Do landed at Puerto Plata, but bad
not decided whether to remain there or proceed to
Havana, Nor, 4. Tho following Intelligence
has been received from Ycneiuela:
Gen. Plssa hud been elected President of Dollrar.
Oen, Monagat was sick, having bad a relapse of
bis recent lllness.and his life was despaired of.
The National Convention waa discussing a decaee
to appoint an acting President,
Gen. Sutherland has agreed lo surrender the three
resaels of war romaiulng lu his possessluu, and to
leave tho country.
It Is reported that the two parties, the fifWo arid
Ihe Liberals, who united lu overthrow President
Falcon, aro quaricllliig, aud u serious brtach Is
An Election Winter Fulfilled.
Poi'dlixxtitit, Nor, 4. Ono thousand persons
followed Frank Pickett rivo blocks up Main sired
hill to night by torchlight, st he wheeled Thomas
O,ulntoii, weighing 215 pounds, over Unit Jlataiit'u
an I back, and all becuusu Johu H, Kelchaui has been
reelected to Congress.
TUci Worcester Itiieee.
VoRCRs.T, Mass,. Nor. 4. Tho raco tn-ilay
for I2.USI, best three In live, In hsrniss, between
llcllc Hlrickland, owned by L. P. ( onel of lloston,
and Climax, nwnid by Dsn Greene ol Worcester,
was won by Utile Slrlcklsnd in llirio straight heals,
Time :8flV, 2:31, aud 2.37. Ttu ;truck his In a
vuy bad (.obditiou.
v m Mssswistsssa1
Evidence of fraught voting
Excess of Voles oyer Registration.
Woro tho Ballot Boxos StuiTcd ?
From tho comparative tables of the Pollco
Commissioners we mske the following analysts of
the ballota counted on President and Gorernor In
twenty-two election dl.trlcts of this clly where the
rot can visaed was In excess of tbe number of voters
registered, Hither bungling ballot box stuffing, waa
; : l J i 2
S.... t Mil III SJS K! O
I. ... HI S7J K& f.H 11
R....II Tl! Ml KM f.M m
7.,.. 7 IJ7 470 117 tm 10
II.... 8 2M 114 mi 4-.S II
II. ... 13 I l7 ay SI" 10
II.... S Ill KK 1.71 4 -
it..., s m 5( in an m
Is... .to.. ... ns ii w 4 -
is, ...11 M M H Stl
is..,. si irf set Rti 17s
IS....IJ IM IM R72 KU IS
ill ...IV 1l 'HI 211
1 1,. ..30 IH 4n S!J RJ0 TM
I), ...It M 107 I" 1l 10
19 .11 17 l 1ft l
l .?.... l HI I" 2
!.... M 191 111 3 0 2!1 3
31 . 2 ... ISi A 41J 4JI 24
21. ...IS 411 1U ''. "11 -
tl.... t A1 s ffl n
22.... S 071 Via KB 0U7 ti
Total MM ItM HsIII UiSs I0S1
f f f n I ft1
: : : : i j
s.... t 17 411 iw sw ivi
s..., s 1 ti i cto , 41
ft. . . .11 il 4I WVI S3
I. ... 1 Hi sii 'ill on; -
II, .,. a Hi uu Ml 4a'j 11
ti,,ss w tun n sj
it.... a an sn 4i si
II.... 3 113 It) IW7 V
IS. ...10 Ul 4AV afti 4-: 171
is.. ..ii an is MS on 2
IS.. ..11 IS) DO Ml IttJ 174
ij... ,ij 17 ltn nvi rm ii
IS.. ..IS fl ISA Ml 211 II
it... .ro ill in sfi am tn
is.. .,11 n ict isa io
ii.. ..a 71 IM 21 if 41
W....2 S3 u! S10 mil (1
19.. ..SO Ill IM N) 273 23
HI.... 1 lit .'Sll I.V 4.'l 31
21. ...14 Ill 1H IT o:i II
ii.... I aw S'C !)i, mi ta
a ... s. srs tn nu ro: ji
Toisi sirs iw lolsil vat nn
lur the star of ewnpsrlsivn, where the rots on one
llrtirt Ml short or Die rctlalry while that un thn iill.cr
In Hit ssmo d.stllct escredetl II, we have also glveu His
To (ltn. (Irnnl, (Irrcllnsj.
MantniN, Conn., Nor. 4. The fullotvlng con
gratulatory despatch waa sent last night to the Presi
dent elect by Mayor Parker of this plscel
lllrinii, Conn., Nor, 3, IPX.
(7i. V. .1. Orant, nnUnn. III.
Me lliouslit Ihe lioya Inltlusdl.l nnhlrwhcnln the
sprlnit nl hA3 Ihey gave Gov. llneklnghatn irm msjorlty.
lo-dsy Ihey hsvo given a majority in your favor o( 4ni.
CIIAIII.KS PAIIKhll, Mayor.
Hosjon, Mass, Nor. 4. The following des
patches o." (Ongiaiulsllon were sent to Ocfl. Oftnt
Isst evening I
llotroN, Vor. . it.
To tin. V. .1. arant, TruldinlriKtitftht Unlkd maui,
Tim Iteruibllcant of lloston, assembled In old Fanenll
llslt, send Inelr hsppy Kteetlogs anil runs ratnlallons to
you, snd through vou to their pstrlollecunhtrr uicn,nn
Iheri'iullnf this ds's work, which Insures lo nur be.
lured touotry the blenlags of peers, liberty, and rros
perlly. A. J. IS ItltlllT,
Cbslrmsn of Ward aud City Committee.
IIoston, Nov.S, l.
To flm. trtuiift Grant. Galena, tit.
Msiasehuielis, first tn thecauac uf liberty and a union
of Slates, sends irtel'ug with a majoilly of m.ouoor her
ions lo the peclfleslor by Hie awiird, belletlnr Ihst lie
will secure by tbe notilSr psUOrstlon or civil adnilnls.
Iratloii the peace and prosperity which tliclr rstters
guarsnletil throuab a government lia.td nn euusl riichls,
Jtlll.N I.H MI.I.lXllti,
Clialrmau Maaa. Kepubllcan Slste Cuuimlttes.
CodrtiiATioN. Tho Third. Union Cnflneratlve
Ilitlldliig Society meet In night at l'srn.er s Insti
tute, lu Ludlow street, at 7Ji o'clock. Wurkliigmrn
us cspiclally Invlled,
Ukrricrhrn. The niemhcrs of this Soclcly
held their rrgulsr monthly meeting at 117 West Thirty-second
street Isst night, Dsniel Sullivan, Presi
ding tn Ihe chair The only diMncss trsns.teted
wns tho initiation of new members aud tbo pa) ruent
of moulhl lluea and dues,
I'aprr Htainkri. The Paper Klalncra' Union
raetlaat evening al 111 Pearl street and elected the
foil, mine linkers fur Ihe neat six months! Presi
dent, Itiehnrd H. llrouithlon ; Vice-President, An
thony Hush j Iteciirdlne Seerelsry, Jsmca Fullertun ;
l'liisnclal Secretary, James Pullou ; Treasurer, Johu
IlLrrraTnn Ct'TTRns anii Vnnnans. A meet
ing of this Society was held at 117 West Thirty
tecond street Isst nl:kt, J. J. Uuger, President, A
resolution was passed that on Monday next the mem
bers of the Socltty demand that Ihelr employers de
crease their hours of Isbor one hour, making tho
working hours from 1 A. M. to B P. M. The only
olijrrt Ihe Society had in making this demand was
tho Impossibility of working ten hours In conse
quence of the shortness of the dsjs. After the
Initiation of twelve new members, end the collecllou
of monthly Hues and docs, Hie Soclsly sdjourned.
Mkstinii or Tailors. A meeting of tho Tai
lors Protective Union wss hshl last evening, at 10
Stanton street, about tsj members being present.
The subject before the meeting wss the demand
made by ccitiiin members fur remuneration for lost
time during a strike. Tbe question was a compli
cated one, and Involved the cunstructlun of the con
stitution of the body. The dlacuaalon waa warmly
entered Into by Meatrs. I.ucker, llllsslt, Muatsrd,
Walsh, snd others, It w as finally moved thst as these
men struck for the principles of tbe Union, they bo
paid for tost time. Motion carried. A committee
was then appointed to ciamino their claims. Alter
receiving shop reports aud trnnstctlng other minor
business, the meeting adjourned,
Ilnicit-ATRRs' No.4. This Society met alMllle
man's Hall, corner of Twenty-sixth street and
Seventh avenue, laslnlght. due of the members re
ported thai n rcKulsrlylmlcntiireil apprentice named
Michael Connolly hsd been discharged by his cm
pluicr, who refused to pay him two weeks sslary
which was due. A committee of three was appoint
ed to Inviallrule the rustler nnd report at the next
meeting. The Sick Committeo reported that there
wcro only two members who were entitled to the
benefits of the Soerely, A resolution was passed lo
inercasa the monthly dues Irotii 21 cents to Ml cinls,
commencing with the present mouth. Mr.Cogan,
Treasurer of the Society, tendered his resignation
which wss accepted, aud John llurna wilt elected by
acclamation to (III the vacancy. Tho following offi
cers were circled for Ihcensulng six rnnnlhst Joseph
Dundy, President: Clement (J. Gadrield, Vlce-I'resl.
dent ; John Hagerty, lleenrdlng Secretary Uernard
Itlce.FlnanclallSecrelsry.The olectlou of Correspond
lug Hrcrutary waa postponed until the next regular
In Mott Btrrrt. Yesterday morning, at 312
Molt street, caused by a defective Que. Damage
In Haxtrr Btrrrt. Yesterday morning, on
the roof of 40 lis iter street, caused by a stove pipe
leading Ironi a window. Damage slight.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Not, 4. Tho Wldowt Home,
at Mount Auburn, waa destroyed by Art this morn
lug. Loss, au,UUU ; Insurance, I S.UUO.
In IIestrii Strrrt. Last evening, at 103 and
101 Hester street, a three-story frame building, occu
pied by Jamea Hoffman as a distillery and rectify lug
establishment. Damage 200 no lusuranco.
In (lugtNwicu Brniti. Yesterday morning,
at 102 Greenwich street, originating In a clothes
closet occupied by Charles Foster. Damage IKxj;
Insured for f 2,71)0 In tbe Hanover Insurance Co.
In Third Atknuk. Yesterday morning, at 60C
Third avenue, originating In Ihe tmarmcnt, occupied
by Samuel Cohen, butcher- Damaso trilling, The
Ure being considered ausplclr,i, Daniel Cufien waa
arrested to await the action of tlio Fire Marshal,
In PorjiTii Atrndi. Yesterday forenoon, at
431 Fourth avenue, originating i a dark bedroom on
the third atory, occupied, with Ihe second story, by
Mrs, Lazarus as a boarding bou.e. Damage 3,tll;
insured fur .1,000 In tbe Ituigera Insurance Co.
The lint lluor Is occupied by Wm. Sweit as a
drug slure; damaged by water about 300i Insured.
Tho building Is owned by William Lalmbeer i daw
oge, tIMi fully Insured. Tho llro was caused by
the carelessness of a servant gitl, who entered the
room with a lamp,
Tiik L'aht IlLiygNTii Ptiiirt Fire Tho fol
lowing ure Iho Insurancra on tho feed .lore und
sluhle, 717 East Klevenlh street, destroyed on Tues
day ulghl by Orel Wcstcbcsler County, MeUiuuics'
and Traders', Sterling, aud Plremtn'a Fund, '2,500
curb; Grocers', Adriatic, snd Flremeu's, f 2,000 each;
Atlantic, Aslor, Franklin (p.tla.),sud lll.amsburgb
City, I3.W0 each I Protection, and Girard Fire aud
Marine, 11,600 each Nlagura, I i&0 ; Grocers' and
Now Auiatrrdini, IG23 each ; sud llowory, tl,2U0.
i Tutsi, 131,200.
nasi saw, , ,, tji,i i , ,1 I tatsate 1
ELECTION INClDENTsS. ;
TFIE RESULT SATISFACTORY TO AIL.
(lsntrnl Comments, Iaeldenls, the.
Now that tho intense excitement of the election
la orer and men breathe freer, there It a atronget
disposition manifested by both parties to look al the:
result squarely and be satisfied, The nepsbtleane, I
while rejoicing orer tbe victory, look upon It ae be. ,
Ing marred by the loas of New York State and New
Jersey, The Democrats regard this nt a practical
gain strong encouragement lo hold together morel
compactly for tht next great Oght. They aay that '
whereas In WA they carried only one Northern ,
Statt, In 19A3 they have carried two one It therefor
to moch dear gain. But they bavo another source of '
pleasure and of encouragement In the election o(
JobnT, Hodman, Governor. They wooldbeglad, ta
be tnrc, to hire had hit majority larger, bot Ibty
promise to do flay per cent, belter two yean hence.
Tho congratulations of Mayor Hoffman by lilt friends
yesterday were nnmerona and heatty. He waa be.
sieged on the steps of Ihe City Hall In the afternoon
by a host ot his personal and political admirers, ind
was made to feel how warmly they loved him. Ol ;
course, not a man of them bad the remotest Ideaot
belngrcwardedbyany (at office; their congratulations
were purely disinterested and affectionate. Pros
perity makca friends, but adversity tries themj it
would perhaps bo Interesting to know how mmy ol
Got. Seymour's ' friends" congratulated him yester. -day
upon the result ot the election. f
a naLinurrcL mr. '
As If to add (to the general Ji'AhU Dm which 1
arose ironi a million hearts In honor of the great
victory and the assured return of peset, yeiterdsy, t
which opened cool and flosty, turned out to be I i
tialmy Indian summer day, and closed with Indica
tions of rain. Ihe furs and heavy overcoats whkti
were shskon out, ready for nst, a day or two before,
were laid aw ay for the present, and heaven and earth
seemed to rejoice In unison over tho result of Tues
day's election. Flags floated from tbo roofs of thi
public bulldln:, hotels, snd many private houses '
all day. Fifth avenue and some of the aristocratli
streets presented a gay and lively appearanco lo thin
niTiL KIMS. j
During the evening the city Inr rooms aaJ Isgcr
bier ssloons were llberslly palronlrrd, and Ihe me
I inrlinljr ones sought, lit Ibe words of Tom Hood,
" lo keep their splrltj up by injuring spirits down."
I he feelleg evinced In regard to the election at Ihe
Metropolitan, St. Nicholas, Aslor, and other down
town hotels was hardly marked enough for comment. ,
No enthualssm waa tll.playe 1, and a knut of political .
talkers was a rarity. Mo.t of the hotel guests and
loungers seemed to bo perfectly contented with ac
easy chair and solitude. Hat them were eorno un
conquerablo Incorrigible who lingered tn the bar
rooms t end II was In these spirituous markets that
Iho political talk which took place really occurred.
Men would tay, Lel'a bavo a drink," and then, j
after approaching tbo bar atd pourlnj out a dose ol i
alcoholic rolson, they would offer as a to vst, " Here's fi
to Grant." A few feet removed could bo seen nn
other party of drinkers swallowing flrry.beveragta In (
honor of Hoffman. And thus ll.wsnt. Ifa man gloried
over tho election of Grant, he was matched with the ,
election of Hoffman. Tho payment of bets and till j
giving tip of opinion! wife ihsiUUm a ruiuTe I
ivy. As a heavily moualacbed Individual In tbe flt, '
Nicholas bar-room said! "We want the official
fli ores, and will stand by nothing else." This teni '1
tlment .'prevailed, and nothing was ctrtalu la tb ('
minds ot the hotel bsbltuds except uncertainty. j'
The Firth Avenue Hotel and the Hepublican head- i.
quarters were scenes of tnthuilsstle rejoicing. Men
of every shade of political faith discussed the result,
and all came to the conclusion that fraud was exten
sively practised. The ltepublleant charred tbe Dem
ocrata with getting In 23,000 Illegal rotct In thie city,
and the Democrats made a counter charge against
their opponents In the lutcrlor of this Stale and else
where. ottswoLD ron oovr.vor nr.
A few sanguine gentlemen were found at Ibe Fifth ,
Avenue Hotel w ho were willing to bet Ihst the result ,
of the Inresllgstlon by the Court of Appeals, as ,
threatened, Into the frauds practised al the polls la
this city will set aside John T. Hoffman, sod make
John A, Orlswold Governor of the State. The
more conscrrstlte politicians considered such s
result highly Improbable, however desirable. It It
ssnrrlrd upon good authority that Mayor Hoffman'!
election will be closely contested, evidence, It la said, i
being In the hands of the proper partita that at least
15,000 Illegal solos were cast for htm here. Tbe
Union League Club will hold a special meeting this
evening, to consider tho action proper to be taken In
reference to naturalisation and other frauds la
the Stale election. Tbe Clnb House was tbe centre j
of attraction for a large number of Uepubllcan poll,
ticlans and other prominent persons tast evening,
and the ctcctloua were discussed pro and con until I
For the tint time tlnce the Police Comralsalonen
have had Ihe appointment of Inspectors and canrut
crt election, the men filling these positions refused
to obey tho Inilrncllons glren them lo make a
prompt canvass of the totes cast In the varlona poll- '
Ing districts, and It la said Ihst their action wat dic
tated by Ihe Democratic leaders, and agreed upon
early In the day. The Pollco Commissioners re- ,
mslned at headquarten until 4 o'clock yesterday " '
morning, making changes of disobedient canvassers.
Judge llosworlh waa called from bit house tt 11 '
o'clock for this purpose. i
BOWDTISM AT THI POLLI.
When tbe canvassers wera engaged la turning out L
the Assembly bsllots In tht Fourth District, Thlr-
teenth Ward, a crowd of rougha bunt In, turned od 7
the gas, and threw a largo number of ballota among t
those on tbe tabic. The canvassers then refused ta I
count them, and took them to the Thirteenth Pro-
clnct station bouse. The police report that the j
ssmo crowd attempted a similar trick In the Seventh
and L'lghth Districts of tbe tamo ward, but wcro j
preventod by the efforts of the pollco. It Is not, '
nor cannot be denied that effbrtt wero made to !'
"stuff" Ihe ballot-boxes In icreral districts, bot the '
presence of the police In suitable numbers pre
vented It. !
Fraud w at not confined alone to New York city, I
Leas pretentions places shared In them. A Mr. John '
C. Donohue, a Democratic caudldate fur Assembly, '
and a Justice of the Peace, was arrested at Yonkera
on Tuesday, on a charge of Utalng falsa naturallxi. '
lion certificates. Several other penont were ar- '
rested for Illegal voting. The aamo Uttlc trick was ,
tried at Dobba Fetry, but with small success, owing ,
to the vigilance and perslatent effbrte or Mr. D. O.
Ilradley, tho Uepubllcan caudldate for Congress In 1
Ihst district The parties arrested here and com.
milled by Judge James on .Tuesday were yesterday F
dlschsrged on ball of 130 each, lo appesr before I,
Judge McCnnn tbls afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for exam. ft
The cases of Simon II. Lester and Anene Hard, H
and others, which were to have been tried before E
Commissioner Osborn yesterday, were postponed W
until to-morrow. ft
Amooi the ludicrous bets which tlwst turn up ll
after an election tho following hat come to ILjtit I II
A couple of Sonth ttreel merchants bet on Hornnao, II
carrying this Stato by 5,000 msjorlty, Ihe condition! jf,
of tbe waer being that the loser shall roll In K
wheelbarrow a black diamond of the Icmlnlne gen. K
der, and of not more than IM pounds weight, from Rj
the corner of South and Itooserelt strecta to Wall jB
sticet, or inlieu thereof to furnish tho winner with a M
basket of choice wine and fl(M. 1 1
QINIRAL, riCJOICINCJ. il
At tbout Oo'clock the will-known Democratic cxrt, l
with its letelving transparency and deep-toned bell, djJ
was driven Ibroush Hruadway, with tht addition of SB
fire largo calcium lights to Its other attractions. I
Ijulte a sensation wtt created by thlt rather atattlioj I
exhibition, which was Intended ta eclcbrato tbo Do-
ruocrutlc vlctury In this Slate. K
Tho lloyt In Wuo assembled hit sight it S,V M
o'clock, In Mid'ton squire, and tired a talute of Its) B '
guns, lu hocoe o tbe election, of Glint sod QvUlt, W, .