I -7,Z7rvv NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1872. PRICE TWO CENTS. '
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It Tl LAT8 1MCTI61
I Grant Carries New York State
by 50,000 Majority,
il DIX NOT FAH WIHINI) HIM.
Tho Legislature Ovarwholrnlngly
- Only Ono Domocratic ConRress-
mau from Now Jorooy.
H DEATH OF THE DENIOPRATIO PARTY
V- Havomoyor Elootod Mayor by
HL, 8.00 PluiY-llty.
Bla The Klirtorll Vorr.
rou uiwri.cr avi) uuciwi.
BBp. ALABAMA 10 MISSOl'lll 1.1
,7, UsvOltMIA II TKX.W
V ' HEVl'lICKY Ill l'Lf..MKE l'l
BKrr, i,tiFiANA n -
Kf! MARYLAND UI TOTAI tsl
Bll rOH (HUNT AND WILl)S.
BK, AUK A NrAS II N. HA 'Il'-Hllll'. 3
VAI.IIMIKMA. . It NEW 0ltK .. 113
BB - CONNM'TICI T . II KV JLItfKV. .. It
BB iir.i.AWAiir. a n. Carolina... us
i,'' VI.OKIDA OHIO 11
ILLINOIS 'H OltUiJI.'N
mT INDIANA 13 I'ENVJYl.VAMA l
Ku, IOWA U HIIODH hUMI. 1
B KA.N.HAK 3 I' 4 ItOl.INA 7
FuT MA INK 7, VERMONT 3
L MAsAnttrs' rr. ?h'm:vaiia a
Bflsnf .MICHIGAN ll.WK'l' VlltlilMA 3
BllNNKMITA ... . 3 Wlt-CON'SlV lit
jF10' ffllrtNlnSUT! .... Ni
mrrr. mk.iiiaf.ka totai -isi
Bblr4 rb MiJrlllr for (.rent and Greeley la th
" l.ltlii m( tlio Luteal Returns.
BL (UlEiLKT. Maine .. 27..VI
kw" Alabama 2,0r) M.is.ai'husetts. 7.i.'.'17
Uenrgla 30,irio M.chlgan . . nii.n.i
fl Kentucky 9'ro Mlniiesotn 1MIO
flB,r,i Louisiana .. . 8,ol MiAJisaippl . ,.. IliMii
a""1 Maryland 5,ifW ..ebr.iska 10,.
IB" It Missouri U.K.) Nevada . l.nin
BOse Texas Now llampalnrc. 5.UM
Tennue 20.00dNew York . 4i.oi
Total . ... 83,000 N rth Carolina 10
fli, OHANT. ilMllil lll.lllll
flfl-'- Arkansas f.OUi.Or.'goii ... .. 1,.V
JfOL, California. 5,i4ju,lV!in.lvanln .. 115,(i
I, Connecticut 4,7io HJiode tslvnd. . SJCIS
Ei Delaware till South Carolina 2u.o
Ka:r. Florida Loo Vermont 31.1MJ
Illinois 3.o.) VPglni.t. .. 3.0OI
I . I Indiana a on v.fi Virginia, ... 2,Oaj
I I Iowa 31.00 Wirt-untlti 1S.)
iri 4 Orjiif majority ... W,.v
B. B Th l,lf.l llrturat.
j I The latest lvtunis UuHuito Hint Oniut
! bu curried tbe S:ate by over .'UXD rrujorlt).
tncy ; DIx 1 only n few huiulred tcliiinl. Unlvar the
K'i. i rcturm fruin llruukln are tali", treachery
Bplr, robbcj Kernan of nearly 6,t) votwi lu that city
The Deiimcrat lose aCuncrt mn In the First
J"'1 OUtclot, Henry J. tk'udder, (Irantlte. helin;
f"-1 sleeted over Corert. Cell. Wooaforil is
I tleotel In the Thlrtl, ami (iin. Crooke.
Bcur' but'1 (ant, In the Fourth IirooLlyn
H DlstrtiU. In thl city Oruiit Kalns two Con-
Br HTvAAinrn, John It, In'on In thi Elylith, anil
HjIFi that flito yowm fellow David II. Hellish In the
l01" uitli. Charles U. M. John, Grant, Is re.
H ' elected In the Twelfth ly 1X0 majority, hut
KeU-ham, Urnnt, Is certainly defeated In
H the J)uicheu District by nearly l,OX) imijorlty.
The' Allmtir lihI I iter DlstiliU elect Urmo.
craU. All Die ullnrj are llepublli aii. In .New
H. Jenwiy the Kepuhlicans elect lx t'.iiik'rrnsineii
B And the Iieniocmts one. .Niah T.i)loi la de-
n(Ca Iluriiniercr l elected Mayor by otrr M.ui
I plurality, nltli setrl illirl.-i nn.,iii.'.
0WB. I'holi.s is leittd DUtrlC Att.riKj h
Bomcr, I over 2.0OJ plurality, wit'i rereral districts
Kll. I inlmlni;. Nonh lis l elected Judice
Beao. I of Hie Suprunie Court by nearly ClWi plurality,
J i and Van Vorst JiuIkj of the Huperlor Court by
B J about the name. Several dlntrkt. however, are
, , I mUslng, Joslah Hutterland has an Immoaio
Kons I majority over lledford more than Kessler bus
Bapiilr I over Wolt'iian for Coroner.
i 1 The Aaaumbly stands . HetitibllcADs St. l)euio
B I crats It, Thls It asinall DeiiiKrutic sain on lat
E , ut; year. The uepubllcana carry nine of the t ills.
tr.TU In this city. OliTom AUord, Uewltt C.
' 1 Llttlejol n and Nlles of Westchester are de
featwl. The rvturnr on Aldermen and Alt-
- ant Aldermen are not complete. The n.imet ol
iVroli! J those surely elected will be found elsenhero.
'"' The tjrltlo In Ibe Mate for 1're.ldvnl nuJ
M tinveruor br fJuNntlee.
w I'RISIUIt.fT 'OOV'sna, PMP'T,
tilt,l H Onunttn. fJttf.tv.Ott f. aff'ii'i, UrttHI,
."'jf.. I AlMUlI wo U 19U - -
iooer. 1 Allfe.Ly. t) mi 3JU
VxfV, Broome .... VaiI l-li
' ' ' t.u.ttoifus. - - ymi tro j
- B Csyas . . . u)0 - Jo Jul
Cu.ul nqu. . SiO tVO m
a Chelation . CM IK i
I ChensoifO ... 1-4JJ -- liO
nS tm. I rilotoo A) il Ml
dohy. 1 Uilninbls,... 6)1 Mi su
terctl I Cortlsiid IMS .. . KtJ 1IO
deblli' H lMnro IM lku is:,
rsirti II DulctiMS .) 10 1 111
etell. I t'r w" in 1W
Sit 1 I"' um I''" If
rrsnlllo.. tiii 11 IIJ9
spllal U rultiitii jIaiu Ml . .. uu 612
if loot H..ni"- HTJ .... 13JU III;
Coa- (irren aj) ... yr,
erst. llermn.er UU .... IPO izr,
litloos I l.en ... i 0 .... in i-(
oDca I Uvitiirtn 1 1 AJ .... uu Isan
. Mr.lKoii 810 .... VP J
ahu. I Mimrue .... H) .... tl) u
Inter: I Monif... Hrj . .. -ul .... Sjju 1T1
dv J. I KSurii ..urn .... r.iu ., ram
' E Ni.ijsr. 1U . .. 4,1
Pr.li. Hi. lu. 3113 .. . m-t 11.7
lltinn,Ki, . .. mill .... o a ;
I Olilarl't. r.ll llil H it y
f Ki.iiKe. ... 'it . . n a-j
Orlesu Hit .... Ifj 11,,
5 ltm 10 . ii t aiv,
Otsego lJ .... JH1 IU
1-utnni Ui in
niV. i Ijsviis ... Il .., lo . .. mi
"AT' , liiLs-i-isi r ai'n .... sn i;j
...... ItlOlllOOllrJ 1W .... JJ,) TH
wether tW""1 W WJ .... M
nnbers W. Uieace. . . TVS . . 7110 7il!7
is, lsw Hchemld StAi jo tii
i, mir. BohoUrlo . .. i.j) 1.0 . . M J
ilslled. Bchnyler Sis .... an 7J1
renue. fef"?"' Wj 1 .... IW
- - HtaDlHiu 21H
IJ be't hutlulk 1'OJ .... ivo ill
r-nck-r Buliu.n . iw Uri ..." s-n JJ
leemr. Tio Tin tin ,,3
romnla. VU m I5,j
'hi;. W.iri.n ml) ..
la, Wl.ldnglOO.. Z,U ... J Ml 5
ael.tr. WeMesier. IM 'no Ml
it sua jyonui ic its) no
of one rt .. ho bio ... 11S
b'fws" foUl ... 81371 &JII7 Hits 7l Kvifl rSH
j Mjrily 4I1.. MH... tool
(I OreelerBndKeruanll.lilnililie l.oeal Tlrkets
)easU h Weeehetl.r County,
I 1 Owing to tlio homo ilUwiso tho exnot
tobt'sui I nar8 the canv In Westchester oounty
ids,.n H have ikot come in. Knoush have been received,
U however, to show thai flrvelejr carried the
f o.unty l.v tM than W. He ran far behind the
ii1 .. I, Loiiirrowinnal and county tlolieta.
I larkon ,N, Potter IDsm.l la re-
I flacleil by over 4Ai. Wi lam 11. Jlerrlntt (Iten.)
- I hJrrv l. y ',n,l!e ,,'."" Ui'trlct FJIaa Dusen-
islrole- I iTr?A..i '!U.'-I';C,,U ''y Mbout 100. Aa usual,
ftha.s. I Hie "Jtoh ,e i,,,,,, T W. llu.t.d. ba, caN
I Odell i'lj., ' r LH,'ir,n'f',Vr0- N. Holme.
Itnavs. I ijf . 1 1 i ''I' led fimnty Treasurer bv
STsib I! ffiH. U?.r MV,,n 'urther behlhi
5S. ' I IdthrcoMuty!8 "r,;Uy ,hst 1)11 h"
found! ! lieei and fuO.IU Comiile..
I vjiuiuiH (vmnly uIitU Hiu wholu Ilcpiiti-
idwsr II lltn ,lcl"ti wt" the exception of an Aaseiably.
no csa ll
IK. tli; il
ot ao CT
man In the Second District, vrhf re OaVley Is
elected by 330 tutilorlty, and a Justice of the
Sessions, to which Mr. John B. Snedeker
li elected. The colored Tote In the towns
of Hempstead, North Hempstead, Flushing,
and Jamaica wan cast solid for the lie
publican ticket. Suffolk county irocs ltepub.
llcan by IJW0 majority. French, for County
Treaaur-r.ls elected by i.ttsi nialorltT. Scndder,
Hep., for Cotmress In the First lllstrlrt, has (00
inability. In btli i'ouiille4 the Democratlo
slromholds nHu majorities for Urnnt, Dll, and
Mcmlder. ... , rt
The fillowlnj ate the) majorities of Queens
countv by town, a. far as heard from : Jamaica
(Ireclov.UM; Kernau.U. .Newlown-lraiit,6i J
UU.V. Hempstead (liant, 0U lllx, tlV. tlyt;
lerbny Orant. in: Hlx, IVO. North ItenipMead
tlrnnt.i)74! Hlx. :n. Uitnf Island City -Hree-lev.onj;
Kernan, iv. Fluslilnif-Urant, ltt'i Ulx,
tieorge W. llerireii. lleptibllran candidate for
Comity Tieaiurer oT Vnccns. Is elected by over
inai'irity. The llepiibllcam arc Jubilant
over this uncross. The vote polled was Im
rnmre..m.n Elected lu Neve York.
tste l.vnitn T'eiistn. ii;-l!obert f. lisle.
I -Henry .1. itrtmdrr l-vym. A. Wtieejer.
2 Mn O. SiStmHrr. 'll-lleiirr II. Ilsthorne.
i- sie srt 1,. Wi oilford. I'avtdi Wilbrr.
4 - Philip s. frook. ,31 I llotiin 1.. Merrlain.
a-in,,. ,'. Iin'in. M HMt II. Iloliertt.
t-J.imt Hivoki, J3 -Win. F. Unsini,
7- 71. im.M.A Cifiim'r. ,31 II. Holland Iturlt.
8- .lohnl).Lsson. i-('ilnliin I). Mnlioui.ll.
-!). Id 11. Melllsh. ti Will. II. I.smtiort.
Ul-Z WIiOlrto Wmxl, ?7-Tliomss C, l'Ult.
tl-cintwi A'. ltttfr. ;3H II. Iloardiu.n smith.
IS 1 bane. II. . John. ,5) freeman Clsrke.
13-.'. 11. Wunni". 'tti-deorirell.llusklns.
II -lJutM X. Jit )tU. Jl-I jnian K. Ilass.
IS A:iiVr. K-Waller I., ees.lons.
t -.Istnet H. Smart. ... .
lieinotr.i. " Itillf 1 K'puliltfins St, rouisn. lsl
)tr, linuvei.... I; lVpuuiciiiP, 15.
nrsr risran r. Oenwr, nub,
C.i'. 'itt. !. fill'. U A
ifem-Md.. " "is' Tot.l SIM
Suili.ik... . laucreonier's majority 17l
. 11011IH utsrmrr.
Tm.) S'H) I843 Aanic, iiii's'.i
ScU'ldrr'aiiiajoi'ty fo M. tltf.
nrrn uiTu-r. 3 SSJ Ji.J
,i;,Mj ;;.l. , W.ie'f, 410 ti
D'l . li'i". Hrv. 1 I'M JIM
I i,i; 777,1s a as Ml
3 ill tail's US SM
it w 44; 11 set ta
4 sun, ir:t,
5 -ti Total SM1 lirs
tbswion's nisjonly sy.K
lol.l IMIl Nl MNTtl VISTKIOT.
RoNrt. nujTlty . Hardy. Item 4SS4
Slue elrrtlvii dials, mixing lonotilt), lififl 4J2
nam otsiiiii r. WrllUli, litp
lb "'li. Ilnni
"in. Jiri. Melll.h's inajorltr en)
IJ .TO) a 111111 ,T1CT.
1 1777 !M fanfiuo. n'iM
( Wirt 1HH 19 C li4
is sr?i i '. . .. 013 447s
IS n.m SIS II 4t.V 4MJ
Tutil . IITTJ mi' Total ...iwi M
Prooka's uiajorilv. .. Pn Wood's majority IHI
st SKtn i.istmct lsru mar. iiiiirtiTi.
Cinwttr, (.f.b,1 ll'Sixa'j, AVieA-
lm. .''. C'luntif. 1 fi. urn. Hep
' 34 li) Dim bus y
...: ja-ti Celumbls. .. 110
II 2.st 131
!J Tolsl lt0
.Ln in v. ,1S .Ii.eph r.lnmenUisl.
l-fvir ."7,fin,iiilr. ilS-Prler Woods.
illimu ;. M.r.oi.. 17-111 'ui T. l.'rn.
3- J. VI. Van VslkenburrU. H-n i l:fU.
4- 'Ul0. II. Moltvr. ,l Jauies A. HestUlg.
ati.ii.isv. in..i..m .1. f.rJuie.
:i(if,i IT. IVmiJai, Jl-Ch.rlis J. t rsry.
nsMie. I Mao. as.
nvti.fi L. ' f. il t.nt. it.
r.rraitai ors. U 'tuoi-jt St. .Vicioi.
I -rharlt. b. larej. uxuna.
5- ,i.A.l JfU'l'y. l-.VI.So:... A. Wki't.
cavtoi. ;3-. ;. fnlr,il.
l-f..ljrj t llariti. U-71i,mI CUltn.
J-'MO" P. il"' ' 4-thsrls It. rovenlry.
ruarT.i'ui 4. oNo.itiaua.
t-r-aih.l H. ftt'r-,, l-n'. i. . . ilirr.
Jqi D. Ilrtr. It .ll'nrgi IK. lltinor.
riisut'No. ,J kAii yurbtik.
StV'Mltr llttttf ONT4RIO.
riiiV4SGr. 1 Mw.r. A. fuuiln.
Hulitil A. i'u o.c. ,3- C. . Lincoln.
CLINT'iN. I I'1MH,
rtrttl ('. I.!l. I .liawlul fieniilMN.
coLt iuu. -'fr.nk Abbott.
1 H.njsnitu It,-. I ORietNs.
J-'.MlllonM. 'I'iiil'kll... i.l',il J?. Il,illex.
Oforjf If. '1i;,7". I-''. O. trt.
muitisi'. Millard .lohtisa.
t-'tllftlcmi inn , lr, t-J. L. llMleti.
l-lra It. Knr 1 01 .too.
Pi tilata. ,l-.Iauira hlewarl.
1 J.tllt. Macklli. I-Jauies II Kejes.
3 Jacob C.rpiuier. ct'TViH,
EKiE. "J.mfs II. I'jkeiu.n.
.Toh O'tti t- i. 01 rr.Na.
"i-'Utoigr Giil': -L. fitiMlont 1111111,
.t-Vtii.l .1. A.lti jti. 3-Jilui M. Oakley.
4 .AiAn i". KKsa.il.aer..
i-IMti 1 il. Ft n. l-IMiun U'Louit.tlln.
tKl. 3 nan. iyur.
'anion II. iti'if'.. S-Oevnre 11. t ooper.
rRAN klin. an iimoid.
.i4-i ' iili,. (.'t UiU'irt.
riITo 4VD HAHIl.r'.X. I Km KL4NP.
llUrd ,l.tna'ill. 1 Jvhll I I'
I.IM.tC. Hi 1. 4 WHENCE.
A' i.l I l'tth .'I,. 1 AlM'i, .1. Jot'lf.
1,1,1.11. '3-' 4,ui l.nn.
AtuiHtu. Illil. i-UUiltr If. to.;.
F.liwi 1: t. X'f.toiL ii' 1.
jErfakHOY, tti,s. liti' h' Ur.
1 A"ill trnrui. SCIIESEIT4DY.
3 . Urn nr. IHnM t: )(cu,i,
l-.lftmra V. Iionoliue, PrterCouchaian.
1li'irul C. IVtn ft't. ut'tl.aB.
3 !) imlntrk II. Ilociir. Jeteouab .Mctlulre.
i .l.rilt Whitman. stasca.
5 A. J'. .iiit. Wllltaai W. Vandtmark.
i-Jlcvti hvttn. STavilXf.
'-fielriirk tw-Aj. !- tan M. tXiitltr.
t-A. XI. An iiiuni. '1-H. f. Ihlbtrl.
9- Jobr C Jacobs. 1 ecrroLK.
Lewis. Joan A. M'in'j.
Sidney .fitt.ler. srLLlva.
1 iviiiistiiN. (leorge M. Peebe.
.tli.V&.U AViiiudv. TI1HI4.
haIiImin. J. 21. Otnflt'.l.
1- A i ViiM.'. ' tom earns.
5 Jultph f ls,iifoi. I' irlioil 11'. Unetltel.
MiiNKim I L'LatkB.
I llforgeA tl -Mtch.el cutnmlOiis.
-llmili I. W, . 3-o.c.r Stullord.
8 u.hlrj ; ir, . t-lmuel 1. tilting.
II Vtuim J. 1 ,1 . Ill Mn. J'llnll (. ii itotif.
srw vork. uasitiNuroR.
1-Jame. lleale."'. !- E. M'. lijliuur,
3-'J.mes Iunhy. J Eltuier .'uitfl,
3 M.lut H.yta. W4T5K.
I-Jatnes lirau. l-'AWtroni ;. WttU.
? Mlebafl orton. 3 I.nctan ''. IVi'kjrs.
a riu'oihy J. t'stnpbell. I HBSTChEarKR,
1llro.il If. Ciurit. ll-HWiam . liming.
U-.xKpii II. a mil. 3 Klisa Ilui'Uti-rrr.
".JiClia!! 1 ,11. S-1 JllillS, if. Ilu.u J
10- J. M. II1U11 i'u.Ji. 1 wvomao.
I!- I II rmurll Jtn i. lHlli'lll,
H-'Wil Ism W.Cook. I yatxs,
11- ',i 1, .int.. ilorrU D. t'lynn.
14 ft. rltso.comell. I
lieiniwieaas. t-j; Iienoenls, 4J. Lilt year, Kenub.
Iiraii.,'i7 llt'iiiovrals 31.
Hi iibetcd. Ilirpubllcsni In tullcn Droiocrsti In
T'l'rl tt,tnci. Ir.cboer, Ind 1l
llsres . HIT? - -
Stern Mil Patterson's plurality. IIM
llooney Sol I'tetlth 'ultici.
W.llouit.by Ml (look. Item Sill
.... llatin. Kip 2P
Ilses,s plurality... S3J,
hr I, V.'itKt. Cook's msjortty SM
II.'. 1, Tstn sitsl ntrt.nui, JJUtrtet.
illln, Ind 3.0 ninekle, Itep 3SSI
1 Hue, Hem HII
lU.n'a msjotlty W(Ktlb, Dem Sis
Sorlon.heni 333 Ulsekle's pluralllr... BIT
Lcakc Itep tv ti;itrrnlh Ihttrict,
... - - Cornell. Drin iei
Norton s majority... tan Kelly, Item UM
imltb, llp smi
'iiiice l am SHI, Cornell's plurality.,. . 4il
Sitter. Inn K1 Siurirri.il, l,.incl.
, Drerlnir, T.ni . ., 1733
Smith's plurality.... 4 ti'Callssbsn, Itep IS
cl. Wllllami, Lib.... P4
I'allrraiin. lp 3W7
Kolisteo, lieiu litil Dei ring's plursllty,. 834
The Voir for llnvor.
.in- Ito-e- If- I hiw ni. ty.
rrme, in'uri linen,' irmr, rnrjrr, llrlen.
1'ht linn, (ir.in', ,n. inti, linn. It anl, hul,
1 2"Jl li'll HIS 13 Hill 1074
S SltS HIS l.i) II . 14X1 i.mi umu
J HI7 liiT'l.l 2b.l DIM S104
4 aw urn &r;3, to it'll inid ata
5 lNj 21CI LIV) IT IM9 LS7
6 ttl) Mil N0 18 lPtlet ISKI BMfi
T. U1S MI5 UT, ID 11) .till 2iKj
8 iu-a an i.'itLd an tttA nir,
9 at IS 40111 K7",Utt. 1610 SVX) lulo
10. TM wi .--
II KM 4(IS7 715 To'l IS.KM 6.WW 8IL31
13 Kiel Ml) 1j0
Havemeyer's plurality, 8,40(1,
Twelve dlstncU lul.slug. t Beveral dlstriotl
Vote forjudge of Ibe (Supreme Conn.
V.'"'-.. , A'xter. l.enn. ,l.'m. AniUr. Urn-
Mil Dull. . or,, bin IH'li. .on. niil.
'.ii!; '.'"A- I" I- f""t.
I.,,. 1MU 1.81 3WI U..,, S3bl an lOM
J' ,i5 JSfi tn....w inn tm
4. IS 111 JW II... IIS 31J rAI
5 ?S 5.'J x" 3 i 4
i IIM 6i0 S3T4 !..,, list Ml mt
iS' JiiJ 'Si JSij!"'- 22 ."1 J1'
Davis's plurality,! Ml.
1 wolvo dl.tntu mUikg. t Several distrieU
"I am (Ireeler Han boIdx IVe.t."
YtMtortltiy inoniliiK Mr. Junius WnUon
walkod from the Hoffman llouao, Bast New
Yoik, to I'eok klip ferry, at the foot of Ilroad
way, WllllaintbUrgh, with a plackard on his
back on which waa Inscribed! "lam a Oreeley
man going West." HadUrant been defeated, a
Mr. Linory would have performed tbe same feat.
The Yoe for District Atleraay.
Hi line. iiey. M!p.l bill Awe. ftey. nri:
I 5033 S783 1ST7 11,... 3WS 1;
3.' J4M 1743 MS IS.... W y
S 3331 S1 1 KWI 14.... US
4 tml IS"S 1SMI !.,.. 3-t 1 V
I.... 33T7 IS. 3111 IS . Sk 1W 111
3WI 19.11 II.... 3W 1112 '
s . a3t ko tt is.. J3 R"
ijii 7i mi'in.... tti w
in! . 3M.1 6.7 7S4 31t... 1SW l
"'Toi.r.. . ,5J.... .4V 4 mu ma
rbi-lf.'s plurality, 1,11. ...... , ,
Twelvedliirlcts mlaamg. tRetersl districts missing.
Vole for Judge ef the Superior Court.
i4m. tVtn litn. Vnn
bill Vinrt. Stirn,er.ltMil. bin Vnril. .Ipencer. lln,
IH't. llev. Item, li.itMnsl. llrii. Jirm. iiiit.
I.. . 1711 17M 1N IS.,.. St)l IIS T3
I ... MS 3441 IM II... ISM HU 1S4J
S .. 1(17 VM3 1073 IS... KI7 Mil 14
4 . 15"0 1713 SMI II.... 1191 JIM JIMS
S, ... SHI J4.M W3 17.... 8718 34W1 1733
l.. ISIS 34iS ' IS.... 3140 ltt 1391
1 ... 912ft 1H3 S !... STI iXI
I... sue sin a an.... tstn nvs ita
.... 4J54 i:s l4,llt... laT 1331 M
10. .. 3S4 aw
II ... ist ii Sfii Total M354 4.163 Ura
U JIM 341! elll
Vsn Vorsl's plurality, I0.K1.
11 dlatrkta uilislng. tHeversl districts missing.
The Vote ler City Judge.
.litemSh Sulher-.Aimbln Suther.
Hill. BrdfarJ, laud. IIM. MM. Iin.i.
I is) 5tl 4ie.i
1. . . ! . SiV) 1183 II Hit 3
S ....... . JVi.l IJ") 13 31HI 4iS
4 fS '.,J7 1 114 4319
5 34K 4013 17 I Sd
t I73 3111 18 1JM r,
7 IJ 3110 IS HI M4
8 R.W 4131 1U I4 SiH
S 3S1S 41.1J lit WO S3l
10 Ill 834
II IS (11 Tol.l 87408 TOTS
11 USD 13I
Kntherland'. majority SMo
11 rttf.rtcts niltalug. fgeversl districts missing.
Tbe Vole for Coroner.
t(iM iruWimiK, Krutir, Auem- HWtwmn, KniUr,
bin iinf, I'M, J&r. bin VI'l. lem. ItePi
1 IS3I 81CI 13 '.014 4JM
J AVf 1345 11 1KS4 1301
S 1J33 3101 IS 331 SOW!
I " . Mil TUI 18 14 4U
S 33IJ Sill 11 S 32
3H 1" I' 141 45
7 P3 I37 H 341 SIS
t tN SI3 a) " S"!
"!' SOU 4'H,llt 1589 1314
10 Itll JB
II "... pui 403; Total 514S1 mil
li 3131 KT4
Ke.slrr's majority, 18.971.
1 well e district, mlsalng, t Several Jl.trlcU mlitlog.
The returns so far show the following elected
as Aldermen :
OainiM OHmiiorer. J. A. MownttURR.
K. It. II. Vance. K. V. H. docker.
rrier Kerr. John llllev.
(1. W.I'lnnkllt. h'lchol.. peger.
I'ETRR tllLaRV. TtlOl.bblell.
II. McCafferty. George Kocli.
J. V4N 8C1141CK. O. P. IhlUng 1.
Taminauy, roman Apollo nail, small caps I Oram.
Aaalstant Aldermen Elected.
The followiiic 1 n Hit ot tba Asilitnnt
I-Taos. rotRT. Ill-P.trlck Keensn.
1 Jeremiah Murphy. 13-llrn. U'aile.
i- V M. t'laney. M-Jnt.n J. Keogb.
4 Jobo C. Keating. IS hdo.rd brooks.
-Hrkxv WiasER. ,11-1. Kelly.
8 Sllch.el lle.tl. 17 Charles Feltner.
I Thnma. L. IhorneU. la -Philip cruiaav.
I lohn rnn,. IS C. A, l.tltiR..
-0. F. o'ltttgtnn. 301: aac pomrrs.
10 JosRetl P. Strsck. Ill L'enJdmlH Deyra.
II- J. b. Kxebbs. I
Tammany, roman 1 Apollo Hall, small caps OrsnUtes,
riett fXiokl. W'entiteldsr, Dem X1
Keensn. T.m 1770
Donnelly. Dem lsl Wade's plu 1345
Vauhcst.llip 1731 V irlmIA fhilrirt.
Keogb. Hen I4.'A
Keensn's plu 49 ttlcaon, T.m phS
luiiUeiilX lhtli hi. Mcvu.de, Dem t7
Wa.lr, H.p 81H3,
I arr, T.ui 311- Keogb's plu 170
The Vote In Kings Couuly.
Tht' eli't'tion In Kings coiitity hni rt'snlted
In a ltepubllran gain of about 5,W0. Two of the
three ltepubllcan Congressmen have been elect
ed. Kernan runs behind the Rlectoral tloket
about 2.0U). The following table elrra the vote
for President, Qovernor, and Congressman at
Large by wards nnl towns :
Uardi. Qrirlru. ilrunt. Krniin.. IH. Cor Tr'm'n
1 MS S71 .'t 811 371
3 ISti 3D 1171 SJA USD XC1
S rTs IJII sr IV.) MSJ IDIS
4 IM) ll'i 111 1314 set IVU
s no ui mt iri si raj
8 37.) 1W7 1714 1WJ HU 1T04
7 avt ins pi '.'ji yt ir.i
s 11 a aa rtj sm km s-i
ISIS 757 I6T1 ') IMS Ml
10 JIM UU 1111 3011 3-M 153
II I (AO IM 1371 l-t 1X1) KX)
11 3411 yr, 3.MT4 til SUl tei
IS 131.' 1; 1111 lltll PHI
II Htm VII IHI 7i r 7
IS 1133 1440 18) liM tif le.t
I 1718 1JIU 1TI4 IRS) 1PU liO
17 1S.V1 IMS 1337 1119 1S.TI 1SU
19 V7S 7W IK4 S3 H
11 U.tH 1511 ITS 17V 1078 1831
30 IV1 33R) 1111 1451 1SL1 S3
11 IIM 318 11 SllU 3JW 1C.I3
1117 1351 IttU 1170 1IUS 1171
Klltbu.h 67 .... 87 ....
PlitUoda 130 .... ISO
(lr.T-.end. ... K1 lis 14 183
New IaiU .... 70I 431 M 1U7 7l S.V)
New Clrrtcb... 330 3AI 111 118 37 174
Tol.la SS1M JiT7 aij SlifS SWO 1SU
The result lu the Congressional dl.trlcta Is as
BBcoNn di.irict. (loudrlcb, Dem IM7
aehum.keri Dem 11573 .
Perry Itep.... 8X1 Woodford's msjorlty.. 1014
Ilobinson, Ind ail roL'RTti iit.TRirr.
Crooke. Hep 9173
ecbnmaker's plnrslliy. 4W? Culai. in, Dem Sxo
third ru.raicr. 1
Woodlord, Hep ISfJl t'rooks's msjorlty....
III tho Fourth District the towns of Flatbtish.
New Lots, and Flatlands are yet to h? heard
Tho result In the Assembly districts Is as fol
rmsr ni.taioT. mil, Dem .KM
Donoliue, Prill. 184S
MrK-aii, Ind D 3S3 Illgglns'a majority ... 16)
Collins, lud. 1) 14i sixth niaTKU-r.
Worth. Urn M)3
Donohne'splursllty ... jom Slermger, leu 8114
SRI'O.NU UISiklCT. -
VsnCott.Hep Star Worth's msjorlty . .. VU
Bsndersou, L. II l31 aerrs'Tit pisibict.
VnnColl'.msJirlly.... 603 Ulesson, Hem Sll
Itoclie, Dim llSJ.Cocheo's majority ,. til
Vreeland, Hep 11191 bioiitii maraicr.
Ksoe, Inn. D. 710 puydain, Hel 9
bherlilan.lnd.I) 1111 llll.a, l.lb. Hap .v.)
Dobbin, Jen all, Jennings, led, II no
Itoehe's plurality IliO'Surdam's plursllly. ... Ill
KH tTii iu.tkict mm 11 nisraicT.
Whltniau, Dem 3S0I Jacobs, Dem 4t!S
Wslt. Hi p tflll l.lllsrhard. llel 84'i.l
Dillon, Ind. 1) 403 Hlrcb, lud..... Sd
Whltnisn's plnrsltty... 87 Jscobs's plurality WO
i) (11 inaikK-r.
The following Aldermen and Supervisors are
probably elected 1
H'lnf. .tMeimen. HVinf. Snvrn-iion.
3. Win. liw-er, D. I. .John Prentice, II.
4 Alfred IHrlon, H, s Dwlght Jnlmsnn, II,
..l . Il.lkiduisu, Ind. S .Thus, t-heillu, D.
"John Mclntyre, l. ,7 W. II. II. Meers, It,
10. .C. r.Tnmbrldge, tt, 9 Dsnlel O, Counell. I,
li,.SIIcliseltV)ire;.I), II. ,K. It. Fowler, H.
II .r nk Solan, I). 13.. John W. foe, l II,
18,. Henry Klfffer. It. 15. .John II. Hoyder, It.
19 ll-nrr frkert, H. 17. Herman I'ottrrll, 11.
3i,.AblJah Wbtlne, It. ll,.(leo. II. KUber, It,
33..WU1. Klcnsrdaon, II. it . U. II. Fowler. It.
. The vote forWierlff In this city Is 1 Williams,
lle.p, :e,M7; Uuniilugham, Dem,, Ul.tTuj Farou,
lndepenUont, 3.H1S. Williams's majority over
Cuiitiincham will be about 1.200.
The following Judiciary tloket Is probably
elected, all Democrats and Liberals: fleorgo (I,
lleynolds, City Judges Andrew Walsh, l'ollce
Justlrei John Delmar, Justlco of tho I'eacn,
Fln District; N. II. Morse. Jr..teooud District:
a, I.udwlg Hemler, Hlxtli District,
Muphen H. 1'owell and John Ctinnlneham,
Democrats, are eleoted (Jommlsjloiiers or Chart
The Latest Ceuntr Majorities.
PoitTJitiivis, Nor. 0, St. Jnlm(Hi.p.)s
certainly eleoted for Congress from the Twelfth
DItrlci,over llorton(Doiii.J, by about J0 ma.
Oswioo-lrant,ll,ll majority; DIx, 1.313 ma
lority; Lansing (Hen.), for flongreas, 2,oJU in a.
Jorlty. The b'ooond Aasembly District electa
Johnson (Dem.) by 21S majority, and tho Third
District elects lluckley.
Alii ant -The latest counting gives tills coun
ty to (Iruut by a maj., but the returns are not
all In yet.
WvuuiNil i Orant, 1.860 maj.: Dli. I.B.W maj,
Davidson, Itep,, has been reflected to the As.
Touricms Grant, Wi maj.
piilgNK-lreeley and Kernan. W0 maj.
lorKA.rn(anw,,, Qntl"" ,mt 1,111
."J.'tf-'J"'" 150 mJ" b'n llT. gain
".'J'?.' KwmMrsmaJ.lOO, being a Dem. loss of
4XO 1 lieebe, Dem. for Assembly, la elected.
OllKUPNn-Urant, 4,134 ; Oreeler, 3JW8: DIx.
4,103; Kernan, b 816i OAsVi.. N '
tTfflTWl-arant,000inaJ.; Till, U maj.
()ni.rANs-arant, 8,8071 Greeley, Zl' DIx,
3.870; Kernan. 2,488.
CoiiTLAnn- Complete, gives Grant. t.?13 1 Dli.
UC3!Duell (llepubllcaii), fp? longreas, 1,885 J
TCuRln, l.x, tnajoritiea. Trie cinfy
ticket ts elected except one Hchool Cotnrr.K.
sloner. which Is In doubt.
F.ulit The returns are not Tel complete.
Oranfa majority Hi the city Is 3,K0j the county
majority la estimated at ifiO. Tht ltepubllcan;
have mado a complot sweep on the Bute and
county tlckot. The Democrat rbto two Alder
men and ono Supervisor In this city.
FitANKt.lN Grant's majority Intlilrterri towns
Is 1.203. The small towns to hear from will slight
ly lncreae the majority. Wheeler for Congress,
runs lOOahead In this county. The majority for
Dlx In this county will bo about l.rfsl.
Coi.tiMBU The county complete glies Gree
ley dirt majority: Kernan, Ortfl.
Bt LAwiiENUX iJtter returns of the complete
vote of tho couuty place Grant' majority at
7'oit.untA-Complete (semi-official) gives
Greeley. O.QVW: Grant, .42t; Kernan, 8,004 : Dlx,
5,148. The offli'lal majority for Whltehouie
(l)emocrnt) for Congress, from the Thirteenth
District, Is DM. , . , . ...
I'ctnam -Complete, gives Orant 309 majority
Dlx, 428 majority 1 Flagg ntepubllcan), for Con
greas from the Eleventh District, St majority. J
SE1T J Sit SET.
Grant's ilnjerliv Iletweeu 8,000 end l'J,000
Hlaol theHevsu Congrrs.men Itepublltan
Tbe Legislature strong ler fJrnnt.
Who lU'pnhllfnn innjorlty In Now Jersey
will probably reach 8,000. The Wlslature will
stand as follows! Benate, II llepubllcans and
7 Democrats. House, 4.1 llepubllcans and 17
Democrata-a ltepubllcan gain of two Senators
and seven Assemblymen. The llepubllcans
have also elected six Congressmen and the Dem
ocrats ono by the following majorities :
Dili, AVim. Mil. 1M. .V.m. Med.
I-Jobn 'w.llarelton..ejSt, S-W. Waller Phelps, 3.V0
3-a. A. Dobbin 3.HU, Mamla L. War.l . .3,677
S-AmosClsrk., l-lu. 7-lissc W, tcudder. 1,307
i-lM,trl imlllon... 3,1101
III Newark the majority for President Grant Is
i).740; for Ward. 4P1. The ltetmbllian candi
date for Henator. tho Hon. J. W. Tailor, la
elected by 3,1N : Gamble. Hon., for Hhcrlff, by
1,WI: Heford. for County Oerk, by 1JIM.
In Sussex county tho Itenubllcans elect eight
out of nine Asseniblymoti by the following ma.
Jorltles: 1st. Wilde, Wi: ltd, p&fniUs, 270: 4th,
Jones. 819! Dth, Afmstrong. M4: 8th. Morrow.
7M:7th, Macknrt. 1,-.M ; eth. Cambell, 101 : Dth,
llaldwin.m In the Third District "Coiumo
doro" Hill I. elected on the Democratlo ticket
by 22 majority.
In Hudson county the Democratic! electoral
ticket received 11 majority of I.ii7 Totea, atid
their candidate for Sheriff mt!. The Assembly,
men elect have the following majorities: Ist,
Farrier. Hep.. 2H0: 2.1, Iteardon, Dem., 494; 3d,
I'lympton, Itep., 104; 4th. Gnede, Dem., 512; Mb,
Wanrlle, iep.,7: 6th, Wnahbum. Itep., 11; 7th,
Ie, llep3?4; eth. Ityder, Hop., 111.
In Faasatc county Grant has a majority of
1,0)14; Phelps, 1,:RJ for Congress; Allen, for
Sheriff, 1,V); McDonald. Itep.. for Assembly,
388; llarnes, itep., 318 J llobart. Hep.. 828.
M4J0IttTtX8 IIT COL'.NTIlW.
flreitev MtiJarUltt. K'omberland 5001
flergen eIidloucester 73)
lujion 1SU7 F.ieE . ... MI8
Monmouth liO Morns 1337
Mercer MtddUsei 787
Huulerden Ocean 873
Roisei TIDil'.ualC 18M
Warren 1110 Union 3M
Total 5011 Somerset 483
r.Vuiii JiOHll. I
Atlantic. 4ft) Total 18103
llurltngton M) 6011
tape Maj iM flrsnt's msjorlty ... .tKVS
M A ISK.
Tbe Latest Itrlurue-Grant'o .llujerlty.
At'tiCKTA, Nov. 0. One hiimlicil mid
thlrtj'-ilx towns In Maine fhe Grant 4,:V:
Greeley, 3IAJI Grant's majority, lo,(A.
Tbe ltepubllcan .Majority About 3,000.
Concoiiii, N. II., Nov 0. Hftnnis from
187 towns In New Hampshire give Grant iU.5to ;
Orrclcy, 27JK1; scattering, SII. Grant's majori
ty over all Is S.Ot.'. The town, remaining to be
heard from will probably leave the llepubllcans
at about J,UJ).
Crnnl'a .Majority Itunnlng Over70,000,
IIiistiin. Nov. C Tho volo of Miuvntthu
etts nearly complete foots unaa follows: Grant,
131.077; Greeley, 67.NM: Grant's majority. 73A'K.
Washburn's majority for Got ernor Is 71.-18.
JUKI lit: ISI.A.Mt.
Complete llelnrn. Irom Ibe Htale Grunt',
.llujorlly over .(inil.
I'ntiviDENti', Nov. (I. Mock Miinil (ilvcs
Grant .9; Greeley. 24. This completes Uhode
Island, making the total Itepiibllon majority
J'l.'.V.V.sF, l .t-V.l.
The t-tale Disgraced by Fraud. -Itolllag up
l'J3,0IIO for (Jra.t.
Philadelphia, Nov. C The .Vorfh
.tmrrldin estimates Grant's majority In this
State at LiS.IM).
The Itrlurn. fompleie-Graat'e .Majority
liver lltlO-Gram Congressman elected.
ATilmimito.v, Nov. 0. Tho followliip nrc
the tnRjorltlrs complete t
fimiliM. Iliielrn. Hi nnl. Countitt, Oreetev. Oranl.
henl . . 4vi fail' 1 . ... n . .
lotsl. . ... m iro
Or.tt's insj en
1,11 It. Sharp, Hep., Is elected Sheriff In Sussex
county, .lames It. liftaud tllep.). for Congress,
ran behind his ticket In Newcastle, where his
majority Is m.
The It.lurii. Showing Heavy ltepubllcan
AViir.r.i.iMi, Wwt Vn Nov. 6. All ru
turns thus far received Bbow heavy ltepubllcan
gains In this State. Tho vote cannot be doflnltely
settled for some time.
ri Hill SI A.
The Male Conceded la (Irani by Home of Hi.
IticiiJio.vi), Vit., Nov. 0. Atldltlonul re
turns this morning show Incrrased llepubllcaii
gains In the State. Many Democrats concede
the State to Grant, while others are sanguine of
earning It for Greeley. In this Congressional
district returns, though not full, are favorable
for Smith (ltepubllcan) for Congress, who claims
lie Is elected by several hundred majority.
Wise (Dsmocrnt) Is equally confident of his
election by a small majority. The ltepubllcan
Slate Committee clnlni the State for Grant.
IIIL'itMONH, Va., Nov, tl. Augusta county gives
Greeley h majority of l,tu, being a Domucratio
loss of 1,.V.
Highland county gives Greeley a majority of
450, being a DeiuocMlIc loss of 15,
Shenandoah and llncklngham counties give
Greeley a majority of 2,450, being a Democratic
loss of lKi.
Hsiimercounty glvesOrccley SCO rnnjorit), be
ing a Democratic gain of Ml.
l'auiiiler county gives Greeley 405 majority,
being u Democratic loss of 62.V The result of tho
I'ontebt between Smith and Wise for Congress In
this (the Third) District is still doubtful.
Carollno county, which has not et been heard
from, will decide the election,
iMter. The rotura from this District, though
Incomplete, show that Smith, ltepubllcan, Is
elected over Wise, Democrat, to Congress, from
thn Third District, by from jlouto 400 majority,
Montgomery county gives Grant 101 majority,
Democratic loss, MCI. This Is the first county
reported from the Ninth District, every county
in which was carried by Walker in IWi, by hand
llotetourt county gives 425 majority for Gree
ley, Democratlo loss, 114.
The Congressional delegation will be 8 Demo
crats and II Itrpubllcans,
The Immense ltepubllcan gains In every see
Hun heard from justify tho conclusion that
Grvnt has carried the State. The llepubllcans
claim It, and but few Liberals hold out In claim
Ing it for Greeley.
Stafford and Spottsylvanla oountles. including
Fmderlrkaburg. give Greeley Ki majority, a
Democratlo loss of 300. Kssex county gives
Grant & majority, a Democratic gain of 37.
ltlohmond oounty gives Grant 200 majority, a
Democratlo loss of 27 : Westmoreland oounty
gives Grunt Ski majority, a Democratic loss of
405: Henrico county gives Grant 183 ma.
Jorlty, a Democratlo loss of H40; Louisa
county gives Grant 671 majority, a Demo
cratlc loss of 743 ; Caroline county gives Greeley a
lusJorllT, but tbe Democrats lose 200. Democratic
losses arel also reported In the counties 1 Of
Hockbrldge, 0V9 : London.ooOl I'rlnre Edward,
275. There are Democratlo gains In Dinwiddle
of 110 ; 1'jsoi,37; Petersburg, 279.
I Complete and us rtlal returns from fortv-aavan
counties show an excess of Kepublttan galas on 1
the Walker majority of lKdlnf nearly 0,0ii, llrax
toa (Dem.) Is elected to ConJtress In the First
District, Piatt (Itep.) In the Second, Bntth
(Hon.) ',7, the Third, HtoYrcll (Hep.) In the Fourth,
liavls (Dem.) In in Fifth, probably Whitehead
(Dem.) In the Sixth. Harris (Dem.) In the Sev
enth, HuntoiKllem.) In the.FJghth, and llowen
(Dem.) In the Ninth. The Democrats gain the
new Congressman allowed by the reapportion
ment of the State.
Grant Congressman F.lrrieit by Over 1,701)
Haltimohe. Nov. 0. The mnjoilly for
Ixiwmlrs (Hep.) in tho Sixth Congressional Ills
trlclta 1,765. All the other Congressmen are
IlALTtMOitK, Nov. 8. Albert lllep.), for Con-
Jress from the Fifth District, received 100 ma
orlty In Bt. Mary's county, 97 majority In How
ard county, and over 200 majority In Charles
Merrick (Dem.). for Congress from the Fifth
District, received 782 majority In the Seventeenth
Ward of this city, W majority from two districts
In Baltimore county, and 80 majority In Calvert
county. The Indications am that Albert Is re
turned by several hundred majority. , .
In tho Sixteenth District Ixiwndcs (Hep.) Is
elected for Congress by 1,700 majority.
Full returns from a number of counties and
partial returns from the others Indicate Gree
ley's majority to be fl.OuO.
Bpencor, ltepubllcan, for Congress from
the first district receives 499 majority, from
Somerset county, and 100 majority from Dor
chester countv. Wilson, Dem., for Congreea
from the same district receives 1V9 majority from
CjuccnAnno county, 05 majority from Caroline
county, Si majority from Kent county, and 440
majority from Wicomico county, with Wor
cester and Talbot counties to hear from, which
will probably Increase Wilson's majority from
800 to 4(U.
Archer (Dem.), for Congress from Second Dis
trict, Is reelected by about 300 majority.
O'llrlen (Dem.), for Congress from Third Dis
trict, Is elected by 1.129 mniority.
Swann (Dem.), from Fourth District, re
clotted by 1,233 majority.
Albert (Hop.), from Fifth District, receives 24
majority from Ann Arundel county, and 400 ma
jority from Prince Gcorgo count)-.
(Jraut and (Ireeler .Mnjnritles-Cengressnen
Atlanta, Nov. C Tho foilowliiR ooun
tles give majorities for Greeley: Cobb, HOB;
Floyd, "-I; Taylor, 2TO; Ilarton. 481; Handolf,
73; Terrell. 400 ; Itlchmond, 400 ; McDuffle, a57 ;
Wilkes, lot); Warren. 72 ; Baldwin, 503 ! Troup,
The following counties give Grant majorities :
Clark, 107 ; Morgan, 198 ; Lowndes, 11 ; Dough
erty, 728 ; Mitchell. 18 ; Sumter, 817 ; Thomas,
KM; Macon. 187; Newton, 104; Fulton, 1,032;
Greene. 617 ; Thomas, 800 ; Houston. 1,225.
The election for Congressman In this district
Is very close. Young (Dent.) In the Sixth Dis
trict and Hell (Hep.) In the Third are elected.
Gen. Wright (Dem.) Is elected In the Klghth Dis
trict by about 3JU) maj. The ltepubllcan gains
are heavy, as compared with the election for
Governor, and will be about 30,000. Tho returns
Indicate the election of seven Democrats and
two Hepubllcans to Congress. It will take
several days before the officials count of the
State can be given.
ruth rartlee Claim tbe Hlate-Graul Still
Tallmiawke, Fla., Nov. 0. The returns
come In very slowly. Twelve counties heard
from give Hart, the ltepubllcan candidate for
Governor, 8,01) majority over Bloxham, the
Liberal candidate. Five of the above counties
havo always polled a very heavy ltepubllcan
majority. There are twenty-seven counties yet
to be heard from. Doth parties claim the State
by a very small majority.
The vote In Florida will be very close, lllor
ham. Dem.. Is probably elected Governor. Gree
ley runs behind the State ticket.
The It. turns hllll Indicating a Grseler
MoNTooMEttv, An., Nov. 0. The reports
Indicate Democratic gains In Dallas, 500; In
Montgomery, 000; In Bourbon, 400; In Mobile,
l.COJ; In Maringn, HUto 1,00; In Hill, 000. The
ltepubllcan gain In Madison, 1,200; In Shelby,
300; In Tuscaloosa, 400; In Morgan, 400. Tho re.
turns are still meagre, but Indicate a Greeley
Mo.ntoomeiiv, Ala.. N'ov. 6.-DIpatches and
report received here Indicate Democratic gains
as follows, based on the vote of 1ST0 s In Henry
County, 70); Jefferson, 300; Barbour, flnO; Clay,
10); Dallas. Ul); Marengo, 2,00; Lee, 111);
Lowndes. 200: llullock, 3no; Pike, 500; Mobile,
l.uii; llaker, 200, The llepubllcans gain In the
following counties: Tus.'aloosa, 3u0: Shelby,
250; Madison, 1.2H0; Greene, 1.300: Sumter, 1,200;
Morgan, 300; Colbert, 400; Lawrence, 400; Lan
dcrvl&le.aO; Conecuh, 20).
Both parties are confident at the State. Most
of the ltepubllcan strongholds hare been heard
from, while the strong Democratic counties In
accessible to the telegraph have not beon. The
election of llrouiberg (Liberal) to Congress from
the First District Is conceded, as Turner and
Joseph (both colored), ltepubllcan candidates,
divided tho ltepubllcan vote. Kapler (colored),
ltepubllcan, Is elected In the Second District
probably by 1,000 majority: Handley (Dem.) In
the Third District, Hays (Itep.) In the Fourth,
Caldwell (')em.) In the Fifth, and Slosa (Dem.)
In the Sixth.
Mobile county gives Greeley 678 maj. Brom
berg (Lib.) for Congress Is elected over Turner
(Itep.), the prosent member, by 1,630 maj.
Tliftlr.nl Men Claiming .13,000 .Mujorllr.
Jefferson county, official-Grant's majority.
1,473; Lynch (Hep.), for Congress, 1,244 majority.
Monroe County-Grant's majority, 1,00. Grrii.
ada County Hep, maj, ;no. Wilkinson County -Grant,
1,0J0 maj. Warren County- Grant, 3,IO
A telegram from Jackson, Mtasls'lppl, says
that official returns from thirteen counties, and
partial returns from eighteen others have given
a ltepubllcan majority of lu.Aol. The Itrpubll
cans claim the State by 35,000, and elect lite out
of six Congressmen.
Greeley .More Ihnn Holds his Own-Ten
Thousand .Majority Claimed.
NkwOkleanh, I..,Nov.0. Tht'cotiiiliiij;
of the vote of this city Is progressing slowly at
Mechanics' Institute. It villi probably be three
or four days before It Is completed. The Liberal
parish and municipal ticket has been elected,
with the exception of the Administrator of 1 1 11 -provements
and two or three less Important
officers, which will require an official count to
decide. It Is believed Hint tlio Liberal majority
In Orleans purlin will be between 10,00 and
1.1,1X0. Llghteen parishes outside of Orleans
show about 7,011 Itepiibllcan majority, and a net
Liberal gain of 5,tu). Both purtlrs claim the
Stale, though the Liberals regard tholr success
as almost certain liy ten thousand.
Until raillea Claiming I lie Male.
I.lTTi.r: Hock. Nov. O.-The vote of this county
Is very close. Despntchos from Oilchlta, Dallas,
St. Frnncls, I'rnlrie, and Van Huron counties re
port majorities for Urevlay ami for Brooks
(Liberal) lor Gincrnor. .luQYrxon. Phillips, Mon
roe, Woodruff, nml liideponiliince report majori
ties for Grant nud for lUxter (Hep,) for Gotor
nor. Both sides claim the State.
,MH)inird Klrrted Congressman ill Large
hat Audi Mm..
Nahiivii.i.k, Nov. 0. The full vole of
Nashville gives Grant 2,815; Greeley, 2,912 ; John
son, for Congressman at Large, 2,239; Maynard,
2,513 ; Cheatham, 1,008. Congreajin an Fifth
District, Brlen (Independent), 1,0.11; Harrison
(Hep.), 2,949; Oolladay, 1,019. Brown, for Gov
ernor, 3,539; Freeman, 2,913. The llepubllcans
elect a Senator for Nashville and Davison ooun
ty, besting John Overton, the Democratlo nomi
nee 1 and also elect two members of the legisla
ture, one of llieni n colonid man. The election
of Harrison (Hep,) to Congress from the Fifth
District Is conceded, Heturns from flftv-flve
towns and precincts, embracing every division
of the State, give Maynard 13,707; Cheatham,
10,051; Johnson, 5,471: Indicating Mavnard's elec
tion. Tbe result In the Second and Third Dis
tricts Is In doubt. The ltepublloan candidates
ran ahead ol the ticket, Andrew Johnson Is In
Nashville, and Is not dispirited by defeat. He
says ho has broken open the smothering crust
I that had formed over the best Interests of Ten
nessee, MRMriiw, Nov, fl. Official returns from nine
wards glvo Grant 1.440 1 itreeler,l.U37. Ucwn,fur
Governor, 4.089; Freeman, 4,301. .Congressman 1
at Large-Meynard, 4,24X1 : Johnson, 2JL8! .
Cheatham, 1JM0. The First Ward returns 1 are 1
not In, but they will reduce Grant i majority
and increase Johnson's. The T9,".,"Jh"nS.ou"' 7.
has gone ltepubllcan by probably 1.500. Thero Is
a contest between Heynes(Dem.) for Congress
and Lewis (Itep.) In this district. It la very close,
with the chances In favor of the latter. 'Jhe lle
publlcans gained largely throughout the district,
Cheatham polled a heavy vote In Y est Tennes
see, while despatches from Tjist Tonneaiee In
J carried that section over
4cnn., Nov. 0.- The official rote of
gives Greeley 4,4.,5. and Grant 4,803;
(Dcin.) for Outcrnor, 4JK2 ; Freeman
) for Governor, 4.,(0 ; Cheatham (Deni.( for
grrs at largo, 2,7 ; Johnson (Dem.) for Con.
1 , ess ki large, 2.632 : Majnard (lien.) for Con
gress at lerge. 4,51; Haynes (Dem.) for Congress,
4.1M ; LAwk (Hep.) for Congress, 1,814. Lewis Is
undoubtedly elected to Contress. The total
vote was 9,318, the I urge it everpollcd. Nothing
dannlte hns been heard from the L'lghtu Con
gresslonal District. , ,
NAflitvit.t.E, Nov. 8. Heturns of yesterday's
election come In slowly. The full vote of only a
few counties has 7et been received. Greeley's
majority In the Stale Is estimated at 20.000, and
Gov. Brown's about the same. Tho Democratlo
State Executive Committee report the following
vote for Congressman at Large, as far as re
celved: Cheatham. 20.211: Maynard, 25,750;
Jnhninn, 14,758. The Hepubllcans claim the
election of Thornhiirgh (Hep.) for Congress. In
the Second District. Munn (Lib.) In tho Klghth
District Is also elected. The Third is doubtful,
wlt.i the chances In favor of CrutchOeld (Hep.).
The State Committees believe that the llepublb
cans have elected seven out of nine Congress
Ttourbon Itemembers lia Excellent Customer.
Cincinnati, Nor. 0. U rout's majority In
Bourbon county, Ky.. Is 108.
A Small Drop of Comfort for Greeley Men.
Cincinnati, Nov. 0. Thirteen townships
In Brown county, Ohio, give Orecley 3,357, and
Cl.uvr.hAnn, Nov. 6. The official vote of this
city gives Grant 3.KI1 majority, a ltepubllcan
galli over the last (,ictber 'l;cU'.'!! ot J"1
Senator .Marian Clnlmlug '23.000 .Majority
Washington, Nov. C Tho President to
day received a despatch from Senator Morton
stating that Indiana gives a ltepubllcan majority
of from twenty to twenty-three thousand.
I.miANArous, Ind.. Nov. 6. Fifty counties,
official and reported, give a ltepubllcan majority
of 19,583. The ltepubllcan Central Committee
claim a majority In the State or 23,000.
Indianapolis. Nor, 6. Additional returns re
ceived this morning, show continued Hepubll
can gains. In3H00 precincts, out of 1.200 In the
State, so far heard from, thj net ltepubllcan
gain Is 11,082.
Grant' .Majority 33,000-11 Gel the Le
gislature and Twelve Congressmen.
Chicago, Nov. C The returns from this
city are not yet complete. So far as the vote Is
counted It Indicates that Grant's majority In
Hits city Is between 7,000 and 8,000, and In the
county 10.000. Itlce, Ward, and Farwell (llepub
llcans) are elected to Congress. The City Council
will be largely Republican, and the llepubllcans
elect probably six out of seven State Senators
and twelve out of twenty Representatives. This
will send Senator Trumbull out of theSenate.
Tbe majority for Grant In tbe State Is esti
mated at 35,000, while that for Oglesby for Gov
ernor will be something lets.
The llepubllcans will have a majority In both
Houses ot the Legislature, and tbeestlmate sent
out last night on Congressmen, giving the lle
publlcans twelve out of nineteen, aiipears to be
correct from the present returns. The returns
from the Interior come In slowly.
Twelve towns In Mercer county give Grant 831
ma orlty, and the ltepubllcan State ticket 7K1
ma orlty. Hay, ltepubllcan forlCongreas, has 830
in a orlty. Stark county, official, gives Grant 589
ma orlty, and tbe State ticket about the sau.e.
In five towns of Ford c unty the estimated ma
jority for the. Presidential, State, and Congres
sional Jlepubllcan ticket Is 800. Seventeen town
ships In Hancock county, official, give Greeley
90 majority; Koerner, Liberal, for Governor, 2M
majority, and Noeco, Democrat, for Congress,
271 majority ; 8 towns to hear from. In McLean
county Grant's majority Is 2,450: Oglesby, for
Got ernor, 2.400. and Mc.Nolta, for Congress, 2.30.
CAino, III., Nov. 0. - Cairo gives a ltepubllcan
majority: For Grant, 94; Clement, for Congress,
97: Oglesby. for Governor. 72, The Republican
gain Is nearly 5(0 over the vote of Wi8. The He.
publicans claim the election of Clements for
Congress In the Ulghteeiith District by over 1,00
majority, while the Democrats concede It bvJO).
lemma. Liberal, ttbertey, Democrat, and In.
score, ltepubllcan, are olected to the Assembly
from the Fifth Senatorial District. The country
precincts have not been heard from. Tho vote
Is very close for Sheriff, though Irvine, Demo
rrat, is probably elected by a small majority.
CillCAOO, Nov. 6. Sixty-seven ards and pre
cincts of this city, leaving sixteen not yet heard
from, give Grant 6,761 majority. The majority
of Itlce (Itep.) over Otis (Lib.) In the First Con.
gresslonal District, so far as heard from, is 2,501;
Ward (Hep.) over Harrison (Dem.), In the Second!
District, 2,316: Farwell (Rep.) over Lcmoyne
(Dem.), In the Third District, 205. Thes majori
ties Include only tbe city vote of these districts.
The present returns give Oglesby (Rep.) for Gov
ernor 4JLO majority In the city.
The following counties give Greeley majori
ties: Brown. 610; Green, 824; Effingham. UO;
Schujler. partial, 218 : Wabash, 96. The follow
lng counties give Grant majorities: Clay.
220; Marshall; 30; Lake. 1,147; Champaign,
(16 towns), ),46d; Stephenson, 1,712; Johnson,
fiOO; Perry, 450: Vanulllun, 250; w'arren, 330;
Winnebago, 2,757 ; McComb, 150; St. Clair, 286;
Macon. 418; Washington, 000; Pulaski, 3W; Car
roll, 1-TiO; Whiteside (estimated), 1,742.
The Three Liberal Caugreasinrn Elected lu
Ml. Louis Count).
Sr. Louis. Nov. 0. Thirty-elx of the
fifty-four precinct In this county give Greeley
3,000 majority. Only two wards In this city give
Grant a majority. The result on tho State and
county ticket li not known as yet. The returns
have not been counted, but It Is believed they
will fall hut little If any behind the vote for
Greeley. There st ems to be no doubt the Dem
ocrats ha'e elected the tluee Congressmen In
Nothing further has been received from the
State, but It Is bollm ed that tt has gone for
K A X.I AS,
f.rnnl Curries the Mate by 1111 Incrensed
Topeka, Kim., N'ov. (1. Heturns from the
State come In slowly. The vote was very largo,
and the Hepubllcans gain everywhere, The city
of Topeka cait 1,871 votes tuid gives a ltepubllcan
majority of 800. Shawnee county gives 1,500 Ro
publican majority. I.von county ghes 1,200
Republican majority. Miami county gives 800
Republican mnjorlty. So far the Liberals have
carried only one county. Fifteen precinct lu
Franklin county give Grant 800 majority.
Grant's majority will he about 20,00.
Saline county gives the Republican Notional
and Stuto ticket CO majority, and Linn couutv
gles It 1.000 majority.
Gram' .Mujorllr lSiOUO-HU Itepublirnu.
mil Tm o Democrat. Kleoled lo Cougrras.
Madihon, Vls Nov. tl. The Stnto kIvos
a Republican majority of 15,00. Williams, Ha
iletoii, Harbor, Sawyor, Husk, and McGlll (llcvs.),
and Kldrldgo (Dem, ) have been elected for Con
gress. The returns from Wisconsin to-day do not
change the figures of last night, giving the State
to the Hepubllcans by 15,000 majority. The Con
gressmen are unchanged. The Legislature la
about the same as last year.
The ISInle Gone lor Graut-Trrs) of lb Con
Ban Fhanoihco, Nov. f. Tlio Jlepulillcnii
Central Committee report that In 140 precinct
outside the city Grant' majority Is 0,720.
rig and Clayton (both Grant) are elected to
Congress In the First and Second Districts.
The full returns of the city make Grant's ma
jority 587. Clayton (Hep,), for Congress, has 1.054
majority. The vote 011 tho proposition to subsi
dize tbe Colorado Uvllroad Is; For tbe subsidy,
145 ; against, 13.845.
Returns from the Interior are too meagre to
admit of more than Indications of the
result. Grant has made larg gains orsr
his vote of 1868, except in this city; and
nearly verynhere throughout tit Stat galas
over Booth's vole r reported. oranismajo , ,
Itymav be safely put down at 6,000, aomo olat"
8.000. In the Second and Third Cn- . -rl
Districts Page and Coghen I" nrnb.Tll ,,0ud 1 .
Hhlm , 1
HcL'trpun (lisp.) carries ,he day.
The Male Claimed for Grant by '2,000 Bit. '
Washington, Nov. 0. The President to I
day rocelved n despatch stating that Oregon j
gives about 2,000 Republican majority.
San I'ltAM'tsco, Nor. 0. Despatches front
Portland. Oregon, give Grant's majority at 1,5(0
Grant's majority in Portland Is W0, and In ba 1
Iem3t. m I
The Republican .Majority 18,000-Thel '
Elect all Their Congressmen. j
Sr. Paul, N'ov. O.I'nougli rotiirm lmv
been received to show that tho State has gonl ( .,
for Grant by from l,0O0 to 20,0n0 mnjorlty. The j
Republican Congressional candidate are all j
elected ; M. II. Dutincll, from the First District ! I
by 0.000 majority; II. II. Strait, In the Socona
District, byg.uo; and J. T. Aveilll, In Ihe 'Jhlrd ,
1 -let, hy il,o.O maturity. The whole Itepubll. ;
cij. tnto ticket was elected by overwbelmlnl '.
in irltles. !
rllK HE HO OF OETTl'HIlVlia.l ! 1
Th Death of Mnjor-Gsn. George Gardes) . 1
.M ade III Distinguished rlrrvlcea Th .
Gn.lnut Charge at Fredericksburg. ' fMfl
Mnj.-Oen. George Gordon Mendo died tit , H
his residence, 1,830 Delancey street, Phlladel 1 Hj
phla, last evening, ot pneumonia. He was th , H
son of Richard W. Meade ot Philadelphia, and ;
was born In Cadiz, Spain, while hi parents were H
temporarily residing thero (his father being en- B
i:agcd In mercantile pursuits) lu 1815. Soon nftoi B
his birth his paretitsreturned to Philadelphia,
where tho future General spent the earlier yean
of his life. When he arrived at the ' ,npe hit B
he was sent to school at Georgetown, D. O.,
h teacher being Salmon I'. Chase, the pren uL
tnieJusHccothe lilted States. His father.
wTiouau .-Cen 01 eei Vice to tho Administrates Am
In the settlement of certain claims against Spain. V
ootnmanded Influence sufficient to obtain thi
admission of his oldest son, Richard W to thl
Naval Academy In 1826, and that of George tl
the Miiiiary Academy at Vv'esi Point In 1831 Bfl
From this Institution the latte. graduated It
1835, and was appointed Second Lieutenant Id
the Third Artillery, In which corps he served
during the Semlnule war lu 1330. In the lattei .MfJ
part ot till year his health failed, and he resigned ajf
hi commission and entered Into business us I
civil engineer. I
IN THE MEXICAN WAtt. F I
In 1812, however, he again entered the service, J
this tlmo aisumlng a position In the Corps ol Mm
Topographical Knglneers, In which he sen ed lo
the Mexican war.
In the series of battles In Mexico he served on
the staff of Oen, Taylor, and afterward on that WM
ut Gen. Scott, distinguishing himself for bravery
at Palo Alto and Monterey. For these services sJ
he received his brevet aa First Lieutenant, an
honor which at that time waa accordod for dts
tlngulshed service only. Instead of being oon ' B
ferred Indiscriminately, a-s during the latter part
of our recent war. In 1856 he waa mad Captain 'km
of Knglneers, being engaged at this time lu
survey Of too northern Iskes,
IN THE WAn Or THE AEIIILLION. jM
When the war broke out. In 18dl, Cant. Head Bfl
was ordered East, and on the 31st of August In
that year received a commission es Drigadlei 1
General of Volunteers, assuming command ol
the Second Brigade of McCall'a Division
ot the Pennsylvania Reserves. Early In
xeT3 the Reserves were Incorporated with the
Army of the Potomac, and In March, 1862, when
the advance to Manassas was begun, Gen.
Meade's brigade was assigned to a place In the
Second Division of McDowell's First Army
Corps, which subsequently saw lively service In
the Shenandoah Valley, a region soon to be
made famous by Sheridan and hi three noble
corps, the Sixth, tbe Eighth, and th Nineteenth.
Soon after this campaign th reserves were
again consolidated and sent to swell McClellan'a
force In the Peninsula. When Warren opened B
the battle of Mechanlcsvllle on the 26th of June.
18C2, the reserves were ordered Into the thick ot
the fight, and during that battle Gen. Mead
waa distinguished for his coolness and
decision. On the next day (June 271
waa fought tho battle of Galnosi
Mills, In which the commanding Gener.l of th
reserves (McCall) and Gen. Reynolds ot the First Bl
Dlvl Ion were captured by the enemy, the corps Bl
Itself losing heavllv both in dead and wounded Bl
and In prisoners. For his services In these two fl
engagements Gen. Meade was made Brevet iWM
Lieutenant-Colonel of the Regular Army I
(having previously attained to the rank JB
of Major). During Mcl'lellan's memorable 'gfefli
retreat from the field of Gaines' Mill to llarri- gBB
son's Landing, which occupied seven day ol BBi
hard marching and harder fighting. General Bl
Meade commanded a division of the reserves,
and at the battle ot New Market Cross lloadi
tJune So, IWi) recelvod a painful flesh wound III mM
the arm. which did not. honevvr, prevent him Bl
from commanding his division throughout th Bl
seven days' fight. fl
By the time the Antletam campaign opened
Gen. Meade had fully recovered, and through- 'MM
out that period (during which he commanded Bl
Ibe Prims) h aula Reserves) ho distinguished MU
himself greatly. In the battle of Antletam, Bl
when fighting Joe Hooker was borne from tbe B
field wounded, Gen. Meade assumed command H
of tbe corps, and fought with It throughout th MM
rest of the day, having two horses shot from un. WW
drr him, but escaping with only a slight flesb Bl
But his fame as a General may be said to daU Bl
from the first Fredericksburg, the last battle ol MM
1862. At this fight he commanded the Second 1)1- MM
vlelon of the First Army Corps, which held a posh mm
tlon In the left centre of the Grand Army Corps 'Bl
commanded by Gen. William 11. Franklin. Gen. Bal
Reynold's had the extreme left, and Meade, Bal
with the Pennsylvania Reserves, was posted neat 4
Deep Run. It waa at a trltlcal moment tH
In thl great fight that he gallantly led his dl- mM
vision across the railroad against the right wine Bi
of the rebel army commanded by Stonewall Bl
Jackson. Tbe charge was a brilliant but dl. Bl
astrnusone. The reserves losing nearly all their Bl
brigade commanders, Urate numbers of staff and i Bal
line officers and over fifteen hundred men. I Bl
Two days after the retreat from Fredericks- Bfl
burg Gen. Meade was appointed to the com- IB
maud of the Fifth Corps, succeeding Gen. Dan- Bl
lei Butterfleld. As his rank did not penult ol Bl
his holding this position, he wu pro- Bl
moted Major-General of Volunteers, wtlb Bl
rank and commission from Nov. 29, 1663.
At the battle ot Chancellorsville (May, 1869 Bfl
Gen. Meade's corps formed a portion of the re-
serve, and took but little part In the engage- flB
incut. The rebels, heavily reinforced from Rich. mm
mond, and flushed with the consciousness of re-
cent victory, runldly mnrched Into Mar) land and flB
Pennsylvania, Hooker following Ilium with all
the sored lie could cnmiUMid. President Lin.
coin had decided upon a change as to the Com. flH
innnilcr-lii-Chief of the army, ami on tho 28th of bH
June, ltrtl, the army then bolng near Kredorlek,
Mil,, Gen, Meadn was ordered to relieve Gen B
Hooker of the command. In his general ordei IB
assuming command ho aald :
As soldier. In obeilnir this order, sn order totally Bfl
iiutipecled aud ui.aoltcucd. 1 have uo promliea 1101
pledges to mske, Ihe country looks to tbls army 11
teller II fri'ii) the devastation and dlatrsceof a forelis M
Invasion. Whatever fatlues snd ssrrTflces we msr Fn
called upon to undergo, let us bave In )lew constsntli fgTsTsTJ
lb-magnl'uue of the interest! lurulied, snd lelescl mm
loan deli rnilde to 1I0 bis duty, lesvlng 10 sn all coo ffsTsjsrJ
trolling I'rutldruce the decision o( the coate.l,
Three dars from the lisuance of thli order BB
coiuiueticeil one of the most decisive actions ol
the war that of Geltysburg which lasted foi JLm
three days, and resulted In a grand triumph foi SflJ
the Union nrms. Many found fault with Mead
for not making more ardent pursuit of hti van. flflj
lulnhed foe; hut after evonls seem to ban
proved that such pursuit would have most llkuli BB
ended In dlsastor.
MINE Ilf N, IB
Gen. Meade's next action was In th succeed. Ill
lng October, when Lee attempted hy a Hank
movement, near the Rapldan, to sever hla com.
munlcatlons. But Meade made a rctrogradi kaflfll
movement toward Centrovllle, and In the action! jVflflJ
consequent upon these movements had decided
ly tho advantage, Late In November, with lei
days' supplies, Meadeopeiivil the Mine Hun cam
palgn, but sn strongly wero Hie enemy entrench lflBfl
ed, that ho recrosaed the rhsr and went Hits 'SflJl
winter quarters Ammm
In tho ensuing spring Gen. Grant asiumod
supreme command, uiul mad his hoiuiiiarteii
witn tho Army of the Potomac, but during thl flj
Wlldernoss campaign and the slog of Peters TsTsTSTsTfl
burg (1861-5) Gen. II rude retained the 1 111 Wmm
mediate command of the amir and lod
It through many a bloody fight. For then
services li wo made Major-General of tlia
Regular Army Aug, 18, 1801, and at the closo ut
the war assumed command of the Military Dlvl flflfl
slon of the Atlantic. In this position ho had to flflfl
deal with the Fenian Invaalorn of Canada, which flflfl
he suppressed with great promptitude. In tin flflfl
fall ot 1867 he succeeded Gen, Pupe in command flflfl
of the Military Division which Included Genr- flflfl
gla, Alabama, aud Florida, and did as much as flflfl
was In his power to harmuulie tbe disaffected flflfl
people of those States.
General Meade was presented with a hniist flflfl
and a largo sum of money, soon aftor the war
by his admirers In Philadelphia, and made thai mW
city his place of residence whenever duty per flfll
in It tod. In 1810 he married a daughter of (hi
Hon. John 8argant of Phlladalphla, who Is 10I
llTiqc. UtUavea a Urge family,
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