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WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6,1884.
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Glick Sat Down Upon Relent
lessly by the People.
Immense Majorities Rolled
up for Blaine and
Political Returns From Eighteen Coun-
Give Martin Over Ten
Topeka, Xov. C. Reports from Riley
county indicate the election of Anderson,
Republican, for congress, by MO mnjority.
Loafbarrow, Rqublican, is elected repre
sentative over Houghton, Resubmission.
George S. Greene, Republican, is elected
senator by SOO majority. Gutlirie, forjudge,
was fully "up witb tlie re-t of tlie ticket. In
Davis county, Greene, Republican senator,
lias 45 majority. George W. .Martin is de
feated for representative. JIurtin's majority
in Orange county is not less tban 1,100.
Estimates from tuentv-two counties, includ
ing Clay, l)ougbis, Ilarvoy, Kiley, Oragc,
Reno, Bourbon, Atchison, Oisborne, Potta
watomie, Franklin, Norton, Brown, Cloud,
Cowley, Cherok'-e, Ford, Ottawa, Labette,
Marshall and Shawnee, give Martin 12,870
majoritv. His majority in the i-tute
is estimated nt from "20,000 to 10,000.
Fifteen precincts in Shawnee county, being
all but four, give Maine -1,188; Cleveland,
1,491; St. .John, 8.1; Butler, '22. Blaine's
plurality will IxU'ully 3,000. The tamo pre
cincts give Martin :;,VM; Glick, 1,818. It is
impossible to make a summary to-night, or
now at least, on the national, stale, congres
sional ana legislative vote, it i- estimated
by tho Republican state cenlnd committee
that lllaine's majority is .0,000 and Martin's
for governor 40,000. Every 1'epublican
congressman U elected and the legislature
will bo practically unanimously Republican.
Tliere has been much scratching on local
tickets and the count proceeds slowly. In
this city some wards are not yet counted.
Shawnee county complete, except the
Second ward of Topeka mid one precinct,
give tho following pluralities Maine, .1,103;
Ryan, for congress, 1!,181; Martin, '2 fill.
Tlie' state ticket is about the same. Tlie
Republican candidate for senator, Sheldon,
is elected by about COO, and the county
ticket by about 2,000 or over. Two Repub
lican and one resubmission representative
Atchicox, Nov. ". The following mnior
ities for Martin, tho Republican candidate
for governor, are reported:
Sliawneo countv, 2,000; Republic countv,
1,000; Bourbon, llOOO; Douglas, 1,000; Doni
phan, 702; Mitchell, 70,"i; Cloud, 500; Frank
lin, 850; Anderson, COO; Broun. 500; Mont
gomery, 400; J!oni, 370; Liberty, 550; Lyon,
700; Sumner, 550; Norton. 250; Dickinson,
300; Saline, 200; Rice, 200; Rook?. SW; Atch
ison, 1C9. The majority for Morrill, Repub
lican, for congress in his district, will In
between 2,500 and 3,500. lloourii't every
county in the district except Le.iveiiworth.
Seskca, Kjk., Xov. 5. Returns from six
townships in Nemaha county, give the fol
lowing majorities Cleveland 27. Glick 72,
The Nemaha county vote, uuotlicial and
complete, give Blnine, 1,808; Cle eland, 1,
217; Martin, 1,C38: Glick, 1,229; Allen, 1,741;
Hagan, 1,143; .Morrill. 1,740; Fciilon, 1,137.
This countv gives Smith, Republican, for
senator, 212 majority. Corwin, independ
ent, and Cunmiiiigs Republican, aro elected
to'the legi-lature, and A. C. Moorehead,
Democrat, for commissioner in the First
district Tho balance of the county ticket
is elected solid Republican.
Great Bkxi,.K"hs, BarUn ctuuity.elecls
Republican member to the lcgi?Iafurv,alo
clerk of tho district court; othcrnro iu
Wellington, Khs., Nov. 5. Twenty-cm
precincts in Sumner county give the follow
ing vote; Blaine 1,911, ' Cleveland 1,275,
St. John 14, Butler 100, Martin 1,815, Glick
'1,305. Balance of the state and congression
al ticket run about tho same. Sixteen pre
cincts are yet to be heard from, which will
not vary the result materially from the
.above figures. Tho entire Republican coun
ty ticket, including the candidate for senator
.is believed to bo oltiCted.
Twenty-one precincts in Sumner county
give the following vote: Blaine. 1,911;
Cleveland, 1,275; St. . I ohn, II; Butler, ll.0;
Martin, 1,815; (Slick, l,3f5. Balance of the
state and coiigrei-ional ticket run about the
Ellsworth, Kti., Nov. 5. Ell-worth
county elects the Republican ticket with the
exception of renrefentativo and probate
judge, giving Glick a majority of twenty
three over Martin. Giicks majority two
years ago was ".38.
Junction' City, Eas. Nov. 5. Tho full re
turns from Davis county give Illaino c42,
Cleveland 003, Butler lt7, St. John 24. Glick
850, Martin 718; for slate senator, Allen 300,
Pierce 075, Green 078; for congressman, An
derson 1138, Carnahan 351, Tcnny 151; for
representative, G. E. B.itcs 820, George W.
Minnkaimlin Kas. Nov. 5. Rlaine has
520 majority in five townships heard from in
Ottawa county; Martin 180 majority and
will carry the'eounty by 300; Moil ler. "repub
lican senator, 1 10 majorit) ; Blaine, repre
Seventeen townships in Ottawa county
heard from on national ticket, give GO- ma
jority for Blaine and Logan, the vote being
Blaine 18115, Cle eland 752. Three town
ships to hear from will make theRcpubliean
majority 725. Martin 3G7 majority. Same
townships gavo Glick in 1SS2, t'. majority, a
Republican gain of 150. Mobler, Republi
can, for senator has 215 majority; Maine, Re
publican for representative has 1310 votes
Ellison, opposition, 100, majorit), 221 for
Blaine. Stephenson, Republican candidate
for county attorney is defeated also county
commissioners, all tho rest arc elected. An
dcrson for congress, 1(12.1; Carnahan, 47 1.
Stf.kU.no, Kas., No. 5. Sterling gives
Blaine 400, Cleveland 140, St. John 31, But
ler 15. Martin400, Glick lliii, Phillips 22, Pe
ters 402, Bickel 144, 'White, Republican sen
ator, 484; Brown, Democratic senator, 174;
Bond, Republican, rcpree!itati e, 39; Bol
rer, Democratic representative, 102; Lowery.
prohibition representative 2:5. Rice will
give about 250 Republican majority.
LaIiveii, Kas.. Nov. 5. Pawnee county
Sive tho following Republican majority:
laine, 430; Martin, 410; i'eters, for con
gress, 479; Rust, for senator. Thirty-fifth di
trict, 401, Edwards, representative, 30; Van
Winkle, countv attorney, 27C; Rose, district
clerk, 320; Adams, probate judge, 125;
Smith, superintendent public instruction,
374; Pratt, commissioner west district, 102.
Total vote polled in the county, 1,093.
Oorxcii. Grove, Kas.. Nov. 5. Complete,
though unofficial returns from this. Morris
county, shows tho following majorities in a
total "vote of 2,400: Maine. 617; Martin,
governor, 556; Ryan, congressman, COO;
Crane, Republican, for state senator, 500;
Lower, Republican, for representative, 509.
II.a li.l.nm 4 tlti. .tiimf, lii.Vnt rime ivili
with tho state ollico with a majority from
650 to 700. There was verv little scratching
among tho Republicans, and the state ticket
received almost tho full party vote.
Winfielis Kas., Nov. 5. This city gives
Blaine a majority of 238, and Martin, 101.
Partial returns from the county indicate a
majority of 1,400 for Blaine, and 1,100 for
Martin. The straight Republican county
ticket i elected by n large majority.
Beloit, Kan., Nov. 5. The entire Repub
lican ticket is elected. Maine's plurality is
S44 and maioritv over all 701. Martin, for
governor, plurality over Glick, 705; majoritv
........ ..11 f.fi' lTnrrk. Cir ronrress 554;
Yminr. for state senator over Rogers, Nil
tecth district; 641 majority. Knight,
countv attorney, 454; Wilcox, county super
intendent, 973;Carter, representative, 105th
district, SOO majority; Kelly, representative
1 majority, jiepuuiirans a ivi-
Lxoxs. Kas.. Nov. 5. Tho returns from !
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the Rice county election give
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Clevpland. GS7: ilartm. 1.S01: Ulict. iol: i'e
ters, Republican for congressman of Seventh
district, 1,400; Bickel, Democrat, C00;
"White, Republican, for senatorfCSth district.
1,331; Brown, Democrat, 727; Bond, Re
publican, for representative, One hundred
and first district, 1,215; Boherer, Democrat
887; Lately, Republican, for county at
torney, 5C5 majority; Smith, Republican,
for District clerk, 47f majority; Wolfe, Re
publican, for probate judge, 14 majority;
Schlichtcr, Republican, for superintendent
public instruction, 150.
Ottawa, Xov. 5. Franklin countv poll
ed a full vote yesterday, with the foflowing
result: Blaine 2,298, Cleveland 926, Butler
C29.SU John C3. The following aro the
majorities, Martin, Republican, for govern
or, 950 over Glick, Democrat; Funston, Re
publican for congress, 650; Wosson, for
state senator, Thirteenth district, 298; JIoi
tetter, republican, for legislature, Nine
teenth district, 339; Woodlief, republican
legislature. Twentieth district, 51. The en
tiro local Republican ticket was elected, the
majorities ranging from 50 to 400.
Abilene, Xov. 5. Dickenson county's
total vote is 4,200. Blaine's majority is 1000;
Martin, 400. Congressman Anderson's ma
jority is 800. The state is sure. Kohler is
probably elected over Hoffman. "Republi-
ns clctt Burton in the Seventy-fourth dis
i bv over 400, and Meek, in the 75th dis
trict by ten majonty.
Iola, Nov. 5. Allen county gives Blaine
COO majority; Martin 350; Whitford for sena
tor, 900, and elects the entire Republican
Salixa. Kas. Nov. 5. Complete returns
show that Martin's majority in Saline county
is 2C9. Tho cntiro Republican county tick
et is elected by a fine majority. Both repre
sentatives aro Republicans. Hnrd's majority
for district judge is 71.
Paola, Kas., Nov. 5. Miami county gives
Maine close upon 45 plurality, and Martin's
plurality may slightly exceed Blaine's. Full
returns aro not yet in. Tho editor of tho
Republican claims these pluralities and the
Democratic editor admits that the official
figures will not vary much from them. The
concentrated Greenback and Democrat vote
runs Funston's majority down to about 100.
Illne and Shean have 350 majority for state
senators. J. Miller, and Lewis, Republicans,
are both elected to the legislature. Tho Re
publicans elect a probate judge, but the
Democrat-Greenback coalition elect tho at
torney, clerk of the court, superintendent
and commissioner, by good majorities.
Wamkoo, Ks., Nov. 5. The returns are
not in from the county so as to be able to
give the figures on the vote. It is safe to
say Maine has the county by COO or 700, and
tlfat the whole state and county tickets re
ceived majorities ranging from 200 to 400.
Martin's majority over Glick is estimated at
300. Morrill, Republican, for congress, will
not have !m tban that. Hicks, Republican,
for state senate, will have about 300 majority.
Beattie, Republican, and Johnson, Republi
can, are elected without a doubt, as mem
bers of the legislature. Tho voto is heavy,
tho ticket is long and there is much scratch
ing. Full returns will not be possible be
IIaui'KK, Kas., Nov. 5. The heavy fight
here was on the county seat, the national
and stlite ticket going almost by default,
Maine will have u good majority, " however,
while for governor it will bo very close. On
the location of the county seat, llarper city
received a large majority. A mixed county
lickit was elected. Not a single St. John in
Hiawatha, Nov. 5. Brown county gives
the following majority: Martin, 519; "Miller,
!er, 120; Johnson, 45; Brewster, 339. All
are Republican except Johnson. The
whole Republican county ticket is elected.
Nkwtox, Kas., Nov. a The total vote in
Harvey county is 3,500. Blaine leads Clove-
land 1,100. Martin, Republican, for gover
nor, has i2G majority, Matlock, Republican,
for legislature, has -90 majority; Congdon,
Republican, for senator, beats awitzcr, In
dependent, about 1,800, Schcbel, Democrat,
about COO; Felgcr for probate judge, Grcon
for county attorney, l)awson forsuncvor,
and Mctjuiddy for county superintendent,
all ltepubliean, have majorities of from COO
to 1,000. Puctt, Republican, for clerk of
district court had no opposition and receiv
ed the vote of both parties. Tho campaign
of the opposition to the Republican ticket
was made on the question of resubmitting
the prohibitory amendment of the constitu
tion. The senator and representative elect
ed both faor prohibition, but tho repre
sentative said little about these questions on
jr-J.GlitARii, Ks., Nov. 5. Crawford county
xcoinpicic .gives Jiainc, o,uu; jicvcina, -,-152;
Butler, 25C; St. John, 228. For gov
ernor, Marim, Republican, 2,94; Glick,
Democrat, 2,3.,; Phillips, National, 18
For congress, Perkins, Republican, 3,13'
can, ;;,"IU; bchnietfer, IJemocrat, ZSZiH:
Thompson, National, 233. Tho 'whole Re
publican county ticket was elected, except
the county superintendent, tho Democratic
candidatehaving a majority of 126. A Dem
ocratic commissioner was also elected.
Hncinxxix, Ks., Nov. 5. Martin in
Hutchinson is 409; Glick in Hutchinson is
331. Martin's majority in tho county will
be 700. Blaine's majority in the county will
Kansas Citv, Mo., Nov. 5. Returns
from eighteen out of eighty-two organized
counties in Kansas partly estimated, give
Maine a plurality ol 14,744. Martin, for
governor, 10,390." These counties all give
Republican majorities and generally elect
full county tickets and representatives in the
legi-lativo districts. On congressmen, the
returns indicate that it is only a question of
majorities for the Republicans. A notice
able feature is the lightness of tho St, John
vote. It is not generally reported, but in
the scattering returns received, he falls be
low Butler. In one county ho failed to re
ceive a single vote. This cannot be taken
however, as an indication of prohibition
sentiment in the state, but would seem
rather the result, in a measure, of strong
Republican feeling. On account of tardi
ness in official returns, the various majorities
cannot be definitely approximated farther
than already given.
Makvs.vii.lk, Kas., Nov. 5. Marysville,
Oketo, Beattie, Mission creek, Elm" creek,
Blue Rapids, Blue Rapids city and tho
numerous precincts in Marshall countv, give
Maine 1.309, Cleveland 404, Martin 1,344,
Glick 1,007. Tho same precincts in 1882
gavo St. John 800, Glick 982. Rhodes, Ite-
iiublican, is elected to the legislature in tho
'ifty-tiilli district by about 400 majority;
al-o" Billingsly, Democrat, is elected in 'tho
Fifty-fourth district by about 400 maioritv.
Libby, Democrat, for commissioner, is re
elected by about 100. The balance of the
county ticket is Republican by a majority of
500 to" 800. Smith, Republican, is elected by
800 majority in the Eighteenth senatorial
district. Hutchinson, Republican, is elected
judga iu the twelfth district by about 4,000
majority. Martin's majority "in Marshall
county "will be fully COO.
Lvcvxk. Ks., Nov. 5. Returns from eight
of eleven towns in Lynn county give tho
following voto: Blaine, 1.732; Cleveland,
851; Butler. 289; St. John, 16; for governor,
Martin, 1,314; Glick, 990; Phillips 228; rcp
resentaiive in congress, Second district, Fnn
ston, 1,731; Nicholson. Grecnbacker, 1,330.
Tho Republicans give Blue, Republican, 200
inajoaity for state- senator for the district
compo-ed ot Lynn, Miami and Johnson
counties, over "Spallen, Democrat. Dr.
Shean, Republican, carries the county for
senate by 300 majority. The Republicans
elect Ro'sebcrry from tlie Twenty-third dis
trict; also Blak'er as representative from the
Twenty-fourth district. Creagcr, Republi
can, was electeu county commissioner trom
the tJicyne district wiinoui opposition, i no
Republican county ticket, composed of At
torney Braun for probate judge, Wm. Ack
emanfor clerk of the district court and Mc
Cullough for county superintendent, is
elected bv 500 majority. In the county
complete lllaine will liave" about 1,000 votes
oer Cleveland. Martin 450 over Glick, Fun
ston COO over Nicholson.
Lkavexwoiwii, Nov. 5. Leavenworth
has been wild with excitement to-day and
to-night. Tho Times office and streets in
that neighborhood have been crowded all
day and night and as the returns came in
showing a bright outlook for Blaine and
logan the air was rent withtheers. Early
in "the evening a band was brought to the
Times office, and remained most of the night,
playing between the bulletins received. A
glee club was also present and sang,
'.Marcliingthroucn Ueorgia," ".loan Brown f
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kiiv xwnivu ui usi;at vi .uc
county ticket bv verv small majorities.
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Gatlokp, Ks., Xov. 5. Smith county
complete elects tbe entira Republican ticket
witb the exception of White for repretenta-
five in tbe .North district. The vote for
Blaine is 1.7S4; Cleveland, 712; Butler, 816;
Gabriel, Democrat, 2,151; Tipton, National,
220. For senator, Kelly, Republican, 3,003;
Lucas, Democrat, 2.261;" Copening, National,
228. For representative, Vickcrs, Rcpubli-
St. John, 58. For governor, Martin, Re-
fublican, has 1,626; Glick, Democrat, 8,066;
hillips, Grecnbacker, 257. For congress
man, Hanback, Republican, 1,469; Uhl, Dem
ocrat and Greenback, 1,349.
In Inditna, 653 voting places show Re
publican gains of 12,319, Democratic, 5,094.
It still indicates 10.009 to 12,000 for Blaine.
In Nebraska the returns como in slowly.
Those received indicate Republican national
and state tickets elected by about 1,000, Rc-
puDlicani elect congressmen in becond and
Third districts. The First is in doubt. The
chances are in favor of Weaver, Republi
can. Three hundred and sixty-five voting plac
es in Indiana show Republican gain of 11,
065, Democratic gain, 6,031; net Republican
In Virginia, Nevada, the count is pro
gressing very slow. Only about half the
ballots are counted at 3 p. m., but enough
to show that Blaine, "Woodburn and the en
tire Republican legislature arc elected. Sto
ry county is carried by from three to four
thousand majcrity. The Republican state
central committee claim the state by 100
Oregon has gone Republican by a majori
ty 1,500 to 2,000. There is no doubt but the
state has gone for Blaine.
Every appearance indicates that Arm
strong, Republican, has been elected dele
gate to congress from Washington Terri
tory. The probabilities are now that out of the
s:x congressional districts in California, the
Republicans have carried tho Second,
Third.-Fourth and Fifth. Doubtful Repub
lican gains lor congressmen.
Five hundred and twenty voting places in
Indiana show a Republican gain of 9077,
Democratic gain, 0280; net Republican gain,
3097. This indicates 1,000 plurality in tho
state for Cleveland.
One thousand six hundred and eighty-two
election districts in New York state, outside
of the cities of New York and Brooklyn,
give Blaine 375,200; Cleveland, 317,221; But
ler, 10;814; St. John 19,1185. This gives
Blaine a plurality of 41,000 with three hun
dred and fourteen election districts to hear
One thousand seven hundred and forty
two districts outside of New York and
Brooklyn, give Blaine 389,404; Cleveland
532,109; Butler, 10,054; St. John 20.029.
The Trenton, Now Jersey, Times estimates
Cleveland's majority at 8,600. The Repub
licans carry off seven congressmen and
probably carry the legislature by a majority
of five on joint ballot. The senate will be
Republican by one majority.
Florida has almost certainly gone Demo
cratic Three hundred and eighty-three town
ships in Iowa give Blaine 58,710; fusion,
4,833; Republican gain 896. Burlington
city completo gives Blaine 1,747, Cleveland
2,541; Democratic loss 128. No change in
congressional district from last night.
The latest returns from Oregon indicate
the Republican majority will be 1,600.
In Nevada meager returns indicate the
Republicans carry the state by a small ma
jority, but Cassaday, Democrat, elected for
Three hundred and sixty-three precincts
in Michigan, including "about half of the
wards in Detroit, give BTaino 66,300. Cleve
land f.0,755, Butler 7,729, St. John 7,051.
Net Democratic gain 379. Allen, Republi
can, for congress in tho twenty-fifth district,
is electeu by a small majority.
Six hundred and ten voting places in In
diana show a Republican gam of 11,173;
Democratic gain 600; net Republican gain
4,573. About thirty per cent, of tho voto is
Advices from Topeka estimate Maine's
majority in Kansas to bo 50,000, and Mar
tin s. for governor, 40,000. Every Republi
can congressman is elected and "the legisla
ture will be Republican.
Almost completo returns from the Eighth
and Ninth congressional districts in St
Louis re-elect O'Ncil, Democrat, in the
Eighth, by 800 to 1,000 majority, and Glover,
Democrat, in" the' Ninth, by about 2,000.
Rett.rn from the tirTu still .very much
scattered, but the indications are that the
Democrats will carry their state ticket by a
Six hundred and sixty-four precincts in
Illinois, including 124 iu Cook county and
Chicago, for governor give Oglcsby 147,498;
Harrison, 147,168. Four hundred and five
Brccincts outside of Cook county show a
lemocratic gain of 7,916.
Four hundred and seventy-seven precincts
in Michigan give Maine 71,039; Cleveland,
80,754; Butler, 1,407; St. John, 7,913 a
fusion plurality of 4,352. Tho same pre
cincts gave Alger, Republican, for governor,
7,778: Begole, fusion, 72,418; presidential on
Prohibition, 6,876. The returns show the
Democrats carried the first, fifth, sixth,
seventh, eighth and tenth, and tho Republi
cans carried the third and ninth, with the
eleventh, second and fourtn in doubt. The
fourth is very close, and may go Demo
cratic Fifteen hundred districts in New York
state, outside of the citv of Brooklyn, gives
Blaino 341,526; Cleveland, 289,883; Butler,
9,207; St. John, 17,947.
Six hundred and thirty-one precinct in
Illinois, including one hundred and twenty
four in Cook countv, givo Governor Oglesby
137,698; Harrison, llf,655.
Two hundred and thirteen precincts and
towns in Minnesota give a Republican ma
jority of 11,162.
Detroit, Xov. 5. Returns from Michigan
in regard to the fusion vote may bo some
what confusing. Republican vote is in the
field on leading candidates to get a full fu
sion vote on president. It is necessary to
add the vote given temperately in bulletins
for Cleveland and Butler if tlie vote of the
state is decided for the fusion ticket, as
seems probable at this writing.
7 p. m. Cleveland will receive six doctor
al votes, Butler six and one goes to Blaine.
In Toting tho Grecnbackcrs and Democrats
vote for the samo men for twelve electoral
places and for different men for the
thirteenth place, which allows a chance for
one Blaine elector. It was desired to find
tho relative strength of the Grecnbacker
and Democrats, hence tho voto sent sepcr
ably Reports so far in give verv littlo in
formation about the Upperpennsulawhich is
a Republican strongnold, but indications
aro fer great Democratic gains there.
This afternoon the voto received indicated
tho election of the state and national fusion
ticket, but later figures alter this somewhat,
The Democrats now claim the state, but say
the vote will be too close to tell so soon.
The Republicans claim the state bv a clear
majority. Tho Upper peninsula lias been
heard from in favor of the Republicans, but
the exact vote is not yet known. Congress
man is about as heretofore reported.
Before midnight the Democrats stfll claim
the election of the state ticket, bnt no claims
arc made on the national ticket. Maine is
probably elected, but it is not yet decjded.
The Republicans claim he has tile state voto
with several thousand plurality on the state
ticket. Tho Free Press makes a careful and
conservative estimate, and claims tho elec
tion of Begole, fusion candidate for gover
nor, by a vote of not less than 700. The
Post. Republican, claims the electoral ticket
by 10,000 and the state ticket by 3,000. In
twenty-one counties reported in full. Blaine
has a majority of 8,9S3, and Alger, Republi
can candidate for governor, 3,324. In nine
ocrats claim tho First. Second, Fifth, Sixth, I
Seventh, Eighth and Tenth, and concede the I
Third, Fourth, Xinth, Eleventh and Twen-
ty-second unsettled. The Republicans claim
tie Second, Third, Xinth ana Eleventh, and
concede the First, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh,
Eighth, Ninth and Tenth as unsettled.
There is no doubt now that the Republi-
cans have elected tbeir state and electoral
ticket The Free Press (Democratic) still
claims the victory, but by verv small plu-
ralities. The Post (Republican) claims the I
election of the Republican ticket by from j
10,000 to Io,WU plurality.
Chicago, Xov. 5. The will of the late
Wilbur F. Storey was filed in the probate
court to-dav. It bequeaths his entire estate
including tne Times newspaper to his widow
Eureka C. Storev, with the privilege of
selling the same; tne enure estate, nowever,
to revert to nis ueirs at mw,
The will nro-
for the payment of an annuity to
,... .n .;tP nf tttM- -nrtrtiAA
the income from the estate exceeds SiaOOO
a rear. Tbe altotnev for tbe heirs at law !
! presented a petition for an appointment of '
' Anon Storev. brother of deceased, as admin-
istrator of the estate. This it indirectly dis-
;-. .-.t ... t j; , ! '
pntinr th validity of tht estate The hi
ingot tn petition wm eettaoncd for on I
Both Parties Claiming the Elec
tion in New York.
Estimates From the Counties
Give Cleveland 6,497
Returns From the Other States
Not All In Yet.
New Yokk, Oct. 6. The Commercial
Advertiser's 10:30 edition says: At the hour
of going to press it may be said that the
presidential election is more in doubt than
it has been at any time since the polls closed.
Xew York is very close with a prospect of
a smau piunuuy lor oiainc j.iuiuuij( oww
ite known from Xew Jersey; that state as
well as Virginia is claimed "by the two par
ties; elements uncertainty are atmaj. xiwcr
returns to-day may satisfactorily settle the.
question, but at this writing it looks as
though official figures would be necessary to
determine the result of the election.
1379 election districts outside of the cities
of Xew York and Brooklyn, give Blaine,
318.614: Cleveland. 27229: Butler. 8.485:
St. John, 16295. Xet Democratic gain,tw manifested at the
1415 election districts outside of Xew
York city and Brooklyn give Blaine, 329,
092; Cleveland, 277,022; Butler, 8,649; St
John, 16.698. Democratic gain 11,006.
1,432 election districts outside of the cities
of Xew York and Brooklyn, give Blaine
329,560; Cleveland, 279,622; Butler, 8,722,
and St John, 16,798. Xet Democratic gain
1,296 election districts in Xew York state.
outside of tho cities of Xew York and
Brooklyn, give Blaine 304,209; Cleveland,
259,510; Butler, 8,53; St John, 15,715. Xet
Democratic gain 10,966.
1,349 election districts outside ot the cities
of Xew York and Brooklyn, give Blaine
313,700; Cleveland, 285,894; Butler, 8,361;
St John, 16,090. Xet Democratic gain 10,
726. Tho latest returns from Xew York state,
outside of Xew York and Kings counties,
show 1,432 election districts already reported
from that section of the state averaging a
Republican plurality, has been as nearly
as possible to 35 in" each. If the 564 dis
tricts yet to hear from return the same
average plurality, they will yield 19,740 plu
rality for Blaine. This added to tho 49,938
plurality shown by those already reported
will ma"ke the Republican plurality, exclu
sive of Xew York and Kings counties,
Tlie Democratic plurality in Xew York
county is, according to the last compiltaion,
42,786, and that of Kings, 15,152. It ap
pears therefore that the Democratic plurality
of 57,938 will bo overcome with upwards
of 11,000, to begin with by tho plurality
with which Blaine comes to Harlem river,
and this is contingent on the returns yield
ing out as favorably for tho Republicans,
as they have done up to this time in the
state at large. As a matter of fact, and later
returns have been more favorable.
Tho counties in which our lacking dis
tricts chiefly lie are Albany, AUegbnny,
Cattaraugus, Cahuga, Chautauqua, Clinton,
unaware, JJucness, Jusex, l uiton, Hamil
ton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Madison, Mont
gomery, Ontario, St. Lawrence, Schenecta
dy, Schoharie, Steuben, Sullivan, and
1 he streets in front of the newspaper
offices continue blocked with crowds of
people on tip-too scanning tho bulletins and
waiting anxious for definite news. The
Times, Herald; World, Sun aand Tribune,
caeh have its crowd, and the bulletins issued
are different Everyman can havo his wish
es gratified. Tho Tribuno keeps its electno
light playing on a card which informs all
comers that Blaine carries Xew Rork by
10,000 and Is elected president The Sun
keeps its crowd interested. The World
keeps issuing dispatches confirming Demo
cratic victory, which it promulgated in the
morning. The front of tho building is bril
liantly illuminated and decked with magnifi
cent and very flattering portraits in color, of
Vyicveianu aim xienuncKs. j.ne eruwtu in
front of tho World and Herald offices are
extremely jubilant over the Democratic vic
tory now in store tor them. Every bulletin
is tlie occasion of much cheering and shout
ing as if it were not flatly contradicted by
the builetin of next door.
-senator Gorman, chairman of the nation
al Democratic executive committee, has
sent the following dispatch to the chairman
of tho state committee of Indiana: The
voto in nearly every precinct in the state of
New York "as announced in the polling
places when counted, has been received, and
show a small but safe majority for Cleve
land and Hendricks. The exact figures for
the state will be given as soon as the returns
arc complete. There will be no counting
out this tunc.
The Sun has received returns from every
countv in the state, and revised returns com
plete from fifty-four of sixty counties. They
give Cleveland 1,643 plurality.
Returns from all election districts in this
city show that Cleveland has 43,233 votes
over Blaine. The city and county ticket of
tho county Democracy, headed by ex-Mayor
William Grace for mayor, is elected, except
ing tho corcner, by majorities ranging from
7,000 to 15,000.
The Times claims Xew York for Cleve
land bv from 2,500 to 3,000; Xew Jersey,
3,900; Connecticut, 1,200.
Xew York, Xov. 6. Times gives a re
ported and estimated majority by counties
COUXTIES. BLAINE'S MAJ. ClJET'a MAJ.
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I The orld claims that Cleveland t -
iori'y Is between 4,000 and 5,000.
Alsaxt. XL Y. Xov. 5.11 a. m. Evaninr
journals claim Xew York 5n doubt and an
official count will be needed. The congif '
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cans and seventeen Dnocrata. I
the latest semi-onaa! returns show at
Democratic majority in
th state of 226.
This is not believed in Democratic circles
here. This will not vary more than 200
either way. The Argus estimates the elec
toral vote at 219 for Cleveland, 122 for
Blaine, and 60 doubtfuL The doubtful
states are: California, Illinois, Michigan,
Nevada, Oregon and Wisconsin.
The latest figures received by Governor
Cleveland give tho Democratic majority in
the state at 2,766.
Bkookltx. N. Y. Nov. 5. The result of
the election of Brooklyn and county towns
causes great enthusiasm among Democrats
and independent Republicans who co-operated
with them in bringing about a victory.
Figures on the electoral ticket show that
Cleveland has a majority in Kings county
over Blaine of 1552. Butler vote, 2091; St.
John, 1369. The Democrats elected three
out of four members of congress, nine out of
twelve assembly men and also elected their
sheriff, city judge, controller and auditor,
besides a majonty of supervisors.
LoatPORT, X. Y. Xov. 5. Webber, Re
publican, for Congress, was elected in the
Thirty-third district by five hundred ma
jority. BcrrALO. X. Y. Nor. 5. The different
newspaper offices aro surrounded by large
crowds, eageraiiy scanning tne bulletins as
iney appear, mere is a reeling or great un
certainty as to the result in the state at the
Democratic headquarters. Blaine's majority
outside of Xew "iork and Kings county fs
placed at 44,000, while the claim is made that
New York city and Kings countv will give
Cleveland the state by 10,000. These latter
figures are bated on private telegram!.
1 1 here is a feeling of great uncertainty among
I Democratic leaders and but little enthusiasm
The excitement in this city is still un
Blaine's plurality in the city is 1,053.
John M. Farauahar. ReDublican. elected
for congress. Col. John B. Weber, Repub
lican, elected in Thirty-third congressional
Ithica, X. Y., Xov. 5. Congressman Ar
net, protection Democrat elected.
KrxosTo.f, X. Y.. Republicans elected
Lindsley to congress by 1,800.
One thousand six hundred and thirty-five
election districts iu Xew York state
outside of the cities of Xew York and Brook
lyn give Blaine 300,847, Cleveland 311,879,
Butler 9,557, St John 18,808.
L.VDIA.VAPOLIS, Xov. 5. Returns are com
ing in more rapidly this morning, but the
only thing yet definitely known is that the
state will be very close. Greene county
gives a Republican majority of 125, a gain
of 27; Posey county gives 607 majority for
Cleveland; Ohio county gives a Republican
majority of 104, a gain of 13; Scott county
gives a Democratic majority of 305, a Dem
ocratic sain of 39; a Republican gain of
1,000 is reported from Hamburg county;
Newton county gives a Republican majority
of 690, a gain or 35. If tho present ratio of
Republican gain continues the state will be
remarkably close and the plurality will not
be more than 1,000 either wy. It is impos
sible to yet state the complexion of the legis
lature. Xo change in congressmen from the
figures sent out last night.
Gov. Hendricks has been receiving tele
grams from various sources all day, but
nothing from the national Democratic com
mittee since morning. Jlo answered a teie-
?m from Joseph Pulitzer, of the New
ark World, who askB his opinion of the
result, and the reasons that in his belief led
to it, and attached an inqury as to how Xew
Ycrk had gone. In respose Mr. Pulitzer
wired that Xew York had given Cleveland
and Hendricks a small plurality which
might be increased, and any how "tho state
was sure for the Democratic electors;
The following telegram from the Young
Mens' Independent committeo of Xew York,
gave Mr. Hendricks considerable personal
gratification, but it was not satisfying as to
the actual fact: "Believing thrt the war is
sues are settled, the Independent Republi
cans of Xew York have given you the state
and voted in favor of administrative re
forms." L This evening an associated press reporter
abritf interview. "I firmly believe that
Indiana has gone Democratic by a decisive
majority, and am inclined to extend my esti
mate of last night from 5,000 to 8,000. I
cannot understand the system of reports
that iz furnished by Mr. "Walleck, or the
Western Union, to the associated press. I
fear he is misleading the people. I talked
witb General Hanson about it this morning,
and he stated that he had tho same fault to
find when he was directing the affairs of the
state committee four years ago. As to Xew
York state, of course I cannot be certain.
If the associated press figures are reliably,
they settle Xew York state against Cleve
land. The division in the Democratic vote
there between Cleveland and Butler was due
to the employment of the latter to work in
the interests ef Blaine. There is no doubt
that Butler was working for the Republican
JJJAt tho Democratic committee rooms, while
the claim of carrying the state by 10,000 is
still kept up, the further claim is made that
the Republicans are doctoring the returns to
deceive tho people.
Chairman Henderson says the Democrats
have elected ten congressmen, the Republi
cans one, (Brown) with two districts, the
Eighth and Xinth, in doubt
Chairman Xew, of the Republican Com
mittee says: Brown, of Johnson, Steele and
Owens are elected to congress and the First
district is in doubt The state is in doubt
and claimed by both parties.
Evaxsviluc, Xov. 5. Twcntv-two pre
cincts iu this county give Blaine 3,803; Cleve
Richmond, Nov. 6. Fuller returns are
more encouraging to Democrats and they
claim the Cleveland ticket is elected by not
less tnan 3,000 majority. The Republicans
still stand to their claim of from 3,000 to
5,000 majority for Blaine.
Official and semi-official returns from tit
ty-nine counties indicate that the state will
give Cleveland from 9.000 to 10,000 majori
ty, it is now quite certain the IcmocraU
have elected eight out often congressmen.
Lyxcimuro, Nov. 5. .Incomplete returns
from nineteen precincts show large Demo
cratic gains and indicate tho election of
Trigg, Democrat for congress.
Petersburg, Nov. 5. Returns received
from several precincts in the Fourth con
gressional district up to morning show
Blaine and Logan, 4,464; Cleveland and
democrats are claiming mo suue bj;,wj
r . . ,..1 "Sj-i 1
majority. Senator Mahone claims tho state
for tho llcpublicans by 3,000. Large crowds i
on the streets awaiting returns.
The late returns indicate the Democrats ;
have carried the state by 800 or 1 ,00ft.
AcocsTA, Me., Nov. 5. This city was
excited all day over the election returns, f
Many congratulatory dispatches were
received from all quarters by Blaine, j state is Democratic by 40,000 majority.
About noon Senator 3Iahonc telegraphed a f
confirmation ofthe report that Virginia had1 . Missouri,
gone Republican. This news was very con- J?r. Louw, Nov. 5. Atmot complete re
solutory to those of Blaine's friends who . turns from th Eighth and Ninth -ooccrr-wcre
still doubtful about New Qork. Earlr j 'ional districts in this city, re-!-rt O'Neil,
in the evening a dispatch was received an- , Democrat in the former by from Kift Ur 1,000
luninnV tht f!lifhmi had declared for . and cive GIovit. Democrat, in the latter.
... . " .. .n iaa !
Blaine and Logan by a majority of 10,000,
Nevada by a good majority, ana uregon oy
at least 1,000. ievcnu discouraging dis
patches wero received from Indiana which
bad previously teen regarded as certain tor
the Republicans, but Blaine's friends were t
not disturbed, became they claimed their
candidate could be elected without New
York. About 9 o'clock, however, a roc age
was received from Micbener, secretary of
the Indiana state committee, stating although
the stato was close, Blaine and Logan would
almost certainly have a small plurality. Al
most immediately after it came the follow
ing from New " ork r "I have accurate re-
turns from every election district save 1ST
in tn. .lt and tnaiini- an amnlfl Iiawanc
for these latter, 1 am sure vou nave carried
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Sun't. Board Police.
From Xew Orleans came tho announce-
ment of Republican gaint on
congress and from Wisconsin and Michigan
the assurances that ifioef states were an
right. Blaine remains quietly at borne all
day, receiving returns, and tjJl being some
what hoar, he spent most ef hi time in ,
his room to avoid the fatigue of talking to.
which be would have been snbjct to had be '
remained among his friend, as be did last (
evening. About ten o'clock a private dU-
publicas gains in Indiana, and ascertain Tic-
pucu waa rrrciTC.. wuivuuuuz l a.c-
tory for Blaine and Lgan. About hafr:
ten more congratulation came in Iron
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election all over the country.
"At about .o'ciock tsuune rtciveaia
foBowin g dicpavtc- from Albany: "Stat is '
iSurely safe. Congratulations." Signed by
J. M. Bailey. At the same time dispatches
were received from Denver stating that Col
orado had gone Republican by 40,000 ma
Milwaukee, Xov. 5. At no previous
election in Wisconsin has there ever been
such a delay in receiving the returns from
over the state as at the present time. For
twenty-four hours the figures have been
coming in dribbles and are so scattered
about the state that it has been almost im
possible to form a reliable estimate on any
particular section. The respective head
quarters of the Republican and Democratic
state central committees in this city have
been crowded during tho entire day" by the
party leaders from various p-rts of the
state! Considering that Wisconsin Repub
licans have, in this campaign, in addition to
assisting outside states, worked single hand
ed and alone, furnishing its own funds and
speakers. They feel that the result of their
labor is a leadfng achievement of the con
test They have elected the entire state
ticket, secured the legislature and gained
four congressmen. Returns from the decid
ing precincts of the sixth congressioal dis
trict now assure theclectionof Gucnthere
Republican, which has been in doubt until
this evening. This will make tho state's
congressional representation stand, seven
Republicans and three democrats. At this
hour the majorities of these are not materi
ally changed from the figures given in the
afrcrnoon dispatches, lleturns from 438
towns and wards show a net Democratic
gain of 7,778 on the presidential ticket as
compared with the vote of I860. Should a
proportionate gain bo shown for the Demo
cratic ticket in the remaining precincts,
Blaine will have carried the state by 10,000,
but the later returns are showing a smaller
average gain for the democratic ticket
CniCACo, Xov. 5. Uuncertainty as to
general result, great interest in later returns,
and tho day in the city has been one of great
excitement. Returns come in slowly and
are of such o nature as to cause doubt" as to
the possible majorities, but tho stato is gen
erally conceuea to tlie Jtepuiilicans on state
and presidential ticket
Seven hundred and seventy-four precincts
in Illinois, including one hundred and sixty
four in Chicago for governor give Oglesby,
Republican, 168,135, Harrison, Democratic,
157,95-1, Hobbs, prohibition, 4,185; Harper,
greenback, 1,2S4. Oglesby over all, 4,972.
Chicago citv gives Blame 49,403; Cleveland,
40,485; St "John, 497; Butler, 502. Blaino
over ull, 1,900.
X. E. Worthington, Democrat, is uleitcd
from the tenth district, instead of Starr, Re
publican, as reported last bizkt.
Xineteen counties in Illinois, outside of
Look county with but thirteen precincts to
hear from, show Maine's majorities to aggre
gate 11,129. Compared with Garfield's in
1880, it shows a Republican loss of 2,497.
Cleveland's majorities aggregate 5,239. As
compared with Hancock's, it shows a gain of
906. Xet Democratic gain, 3,403. There
aro 102 counties in tho state, and this ratio
continued would give u Republican majority
by about 17,000; compared wjth Garncld's,
40,716 in 18S0.
PitiLAbELViiiA, Xov. 5. Tho following
named congressmen were elected in Pennsyl
vania : First district, Bingham, Republican;
Second, O'Ncil, Republican; Third, Randall,
Democratic; Fourth, Kelly, Republican;
-Tilth, Harmer, Republican; M.th, Everliart,
Republican; Seventh, Evans, Republican;
Eighth, Ermcntroiit, Democratic; Ninth,
Hcsland, Republican; Tenth, Lowdcn, Dem
ocratic; Eleventh, Stone, Democratic;
Twelfth, Scraiiton, Republican; Thirteenth,
Biunn, Republican: Fourteenth, Bound, Re
publican; Fifteenth, Bunnell, Republican;
sixteenth, llrown. Republican; seventeenth,
Campbell, Republican. Eighteenth, Atkin
son, Republican; Nineteenth, Duncan, Dem
ocratic; Twentieth, Curtin, Rcpublicai';
Twenty-first, Boyle, Democratic; Twenty
second", Neglev, "Republican; Twenty-third,
Bayne, Republican, Twenty-fourth, .liiekson,
Republican; Twenty-fifth," White, Republi
can; Twonty-suth," Flacgo, Republican;
Twenty-seventh, Scott, Democratic. At
large, Osborne, Republican. Brunn is n
Republican Grecnbacker. Republicans gain
four member.-, the pre-ent delegation stand
ing, Republicans, 18; Democrats, 12.
Nasiivillk, Tenti., Nov. 6. Owing to
rain all day the back counties were not
heard front to-night. Tho Republicans
made a gain of 300 in Knoxville, but the
Democrats made gains in all the counties in
ea-t Tonnes-.ee. In this, tho second con
gressional district, ilnuk. Republican, is re
elected to congress by n decreased majority.
In the first district A". H. Pettibone, Repub
lican, is reelected by a greatly reduced ma
jority. The remaining eight congressmen
in tlie state are Democrats. Governor Bates
does not run behind his ticket in east Ten
nessee. The Democratic candidates for rail
road commissioners run behind their ticket
in this end of the state. It was tho quietest
election ever known here, Xo disturbance
Memphis, Xov. 5. Morgan, Democrat,
defeats Chalmers in second district for con
gress by 4,500.
Columhus, O., Nov. 5: Six hundred and
sixtv-eight of 2,017 precincts in Ohio give a
net Republican gain of 12,024 over tho vote
of last month, un average of eighteen pr
precinct. This ratio will give a Republican
plurality of 47,222 which will probably be
reduced by returns from the rural districts.
Complete Mums from all but three coun
ties in the state indicates Maine's plurality
will be 32 000.
Cinxixnati, O., Nov. 5. Patrol sargeant,
.las. Dunn, fatally shot John Shannon in
fnnt of the Enquirer olfice this afternoon.
TiiE-VTo.v, X. J., Nov. 5. Somerset
county gives Cleveland 209 majority, and
the state senate Ivcpublicau by 1 majority.
Monmouth county's majority for Cleve
land is reduced to 10,000. Hiseock, Demo
cratic, for Congress, is elected in the Tenth
di-trict by SOO majority.
Gloucester county gives Maine 550 major
ity, and Farrel, Democrat for congress, 215
m'ajoritv. Maine's majority in Atlantic will
reach 550, and in Burlington 115. .
Jkrsf.v Citv, Nov. 5. The Republican!
have secured control of both branches of the
Xew Jersey kgislature. '
J icKONViu.r. Nov. 5.-
Thj new re-!
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niglit. news tnat tlie democrats nave elec- j
ted tbeir entiru ticket FrecL-e figures can .
not be given until to-moorrow, owing to the
i remote polnU 'itisbee, Kepublican. b de-
intT fir iiMPiTniinr isfiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiri sun r
feated in tlie cond dUtriet by 1,00ft. t'n- !
Bisbec, Kepublican, bv 70ft plurality. The
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lauer nvji ,i.-. i:tuii iraiu t; fuss: )
are t till very much scattered, but it seenu '
safe to sav that the Democrats, will carry the
tato ticket bv a round majority and tlrt t
conznwsraen in alt th dirtrictj excepting i
the Fifth and Thirt'wjth, which tlie Kpub-1
The following ctmntio give Mamudtike,
Democratic candidate for governor, the
counties i opposite tbeir name Cooper,
HO; Howell, hi; Newton 10ft; Lafayette,
843: Henrv 69ft .'v-ntla'id, 150: Knox, 7f,
The foIIoing give a majority for Fori Fu- ,
ston for Governor, Barton !ft, Clark 3 1, Co!,
Hi I.ivinir.ton. Kl: Mercrr 1.155: ftt. '
Louis ItO: M. Jui aty, ifiil. Jlilr,
40!?. St. Cbarlc. 2t Sullivan. 277; 'VVa.rrW!,
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r-. rranj.ua. j,ow; .-oair, j,w irwwu,
V, 1 .,. ,V., ..w-j, K---, .- t
fence, 231. PJU, 400; Monilcja. 107. !.
f6 . hf!"?. TSSLteP1
cratic Kate comojiitce is to tbe e2t that
Tboms-S iKmorrst. :ifisl over Wade Ks
pnblican. in the Tktrvcalh dUtrirt by
lUcTroRB, ov. --Hrooo. Republic-,
governor fc fX,iZX, alW, Dei&o- '
Ip-bliea gain oc cos- ,
crotan in H at, lUicx. Irom the ant "
T5a tlt Lai gory ItVpoblicia by 20X00 ,
i R- IB" - Ha""- J-T m r1.al f
uuruiitf avrv fc VA1-- - . --
eonrrcM. rroeivwi over W eavrr. recfct 13'
cct-bcot, about 2X ve-
omcial returns inm an oui inrcc coaniies in -a rn, sikui-.; wiraoer. nri nu, ; 1
the second congressional district indicate ?.2'"T"nr S' i!f-rt t?,J 'Vi?"7 WJ 1
t. 1 .-. n, .., -.. n,r -. 1 bid, X','nM;lt7.nS Md.;whU mixed, i
the election of Dineherty, Democrat, over I . M'V ,,Ji ,c.t,, T,,- vi, ,.i,.
Sax Fkaxcisco, Xov, 5. All the returns
aro in complete. The state has gone Repub
lican. The most conservative now estimate
Blaine" majority at 8,000. But the Repub
lican victory goes further, ineyseeni to
have wrested the six congressmen from their
opponents, and secured a majority on joint
ballot giving the state another Republican
United States senator. The state has liter
ally jumped from Democracy into Republi
canism, and protection has "been the cause.
Oregon gives Blaine a majority of 1,500.
The Republicans claim Nevada by 1,000.
Denver, Xov. 5. Additional but incom
plete returns show Blaine's majority in this
county to be about 1,500, and in the state
4,500." A net Republican gain of 1,600 over
the vote of 1880.
Columbi-s, O., Xov. 5. Patrick Dovle,
who was shot in the mob on the street last
night, died early this morning. He was an
ex-policeman and highly respected. W. H.
Thurston, (white) a sewing machine agent
was arrested suspected of the shooting. He
was secreted by officers in a distant part of
tne city till near daylight to shield him irom
the mob which had formed to take summary
vengence. The evidence against him is said
to bo strong. The officers are in" search of
another man who is thought to be the
Detroit, Mich., Xov. 5. A Kalamazoo
special says: The steamer Grace Grummo
no, oftbo South Haven and Chicago line,
was burned at tho dock in South Havan last
night and was a total loss. She was valued
at S30,000. and was owned principally in
Providence, R. L, Nov. 5. George
Chagnon, a French Canadian weaver, was
killed, and several persons injured, by the
bursting of a fly wheel of the engine ui the
MORE SWEAT OF HKLL.
A dastardly affair occurred at 12 o'clock.
night before last in the Eagle office, which
came uncomfortably near costing Mr. J. H.
Avers, the foreman, his life. Two compos
itors who were off for the night by the name
of J. J. Williams and C. M. Ford, came into
the office a few minutes previous to twelve
o'clock. Mr. Avers discovering that they
were in liquor, got them out of tho office anil
down to the bottom of the stairs, telling
them to go home and go to bed or go some
where until they had sobered up, when they
could come back and take their cases, ana
that they knew that the rules of the ctfice
were against any drinking on the premises.
They went away, but in a short time return
ed; the foreman", then in attempting to elect
them, Williams drew a knife and attacked
Avers with all tho vicsousness of a blind
rage. It was so dark at tho head ot the
stairway when tho knife was pulled that
Ayers did not know that he was being cut,
until the flow of blood from his head Wind
ed him. At the time there were some ten or
twelve men present iu tho office who as
soon as thej- comprehended the situation,
came to the relief of the foreman, who was
found to be seriously cut One rake of the
knife opened up all his clothes across
the abdomen, but fortunately mado
but a slight wound. Another cut across the
neck and cheek jut grazed tho jugular vein.
Another cut just above tho left eyo severed
a small artcrv, from which he bled so freely
and profusely that by tho time a doctor
reached the office he was entirely exhausted,
having lost something more or less than
three qurrti of blood. Tho doctor at first
said it was too late, but the flow of blood
being staunched by morning ho was ablo to
be taken to his "residence. Williams and
Ford were followed immediately by Marshal
Cairns and ono or two of his force, and ar
rested and confined to await further develop
ments. He was cut in seven places in all.
At this writing Mr. Ayres is resting com
fortably, and we hope will soon bo back at
his place in the office, but it was a close
This. In but another instance of the regret
ful results of the use of that maddening and
damning fluid, the uncontrolled use of which
i called "personal liberty." Another in
stance of the never erring calamity which
sooner or later an indulgence in that bane
ful fluid which seems to be the infectious,
infernal und poisonous dwellings of man's
worst enemy and hell's chief imp.
P. S. This article was written night before
lat. but whs crowded out
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rag, paper, iron, copper and brM, and will
take, and pay a reasonable price for all the
articles above named that can bo brought to
A visit to the place of business ot Mr.
Butcher revealed stacks of rags and paper,
and an army of boys and girls arriving
every few moment with fresh installments.
Each littlo one came staggering under a huge
sack well filled with tlie article that was
to givo them some spending money, and
each face was lit up with excitement and ex
pectation as they dropped their burden onto
the scales. They could scarcely wait until
they were told how much money they were
to receive, and when the littlo "fortune was
placed into th-ir handr, they scooted out for I
more rags, llns is a good enterprise lor
several reasons; there are old rags and paper
in every home, old scrap iron, brats or cop
per in almost every vard, itpeciallv where,
as heretofore in thw city, there has "been no
market for these article.
This movement will clear thee articles
from the places named, making them neater
and cleaner, and will, besides, convert what
has been ueles article, into money, and
will, last but not I'-tut, e rente an opportuni
ty for children to make money. Mr. Butcher
pays the usual price for these articles. It it
small, to be sure, but it ii something, and
judging from his present buin-s ho will be
the' means of cleaning and keeping clean
the homes of the city from the article in
which he deal.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Kama. City Grain and Product.
KA.tsii Cixr, JfoTirnbrr 5, 1M.
Tt thiil) 14 ieator rrporu
Klocb Dull n'l weak. XXX Ids. family.
1 ltiftl.13; coole. tl 3vI.3S: ianer, 1 i
1.W; pitrnt. Si.KV$l SO; TJti, Sl.SOtl.TJ.
Wuiut KwJpta, ?l:0ijbabrli; aMpmeaU,
r.i.i i biuneii; is uiie. mi.iwj Dututia: man
ti .tout :-a.ir all exeunt Mar hlcbert 'o. Z
reI.cb.M,i!,'oTrmlr. Si's; lwinbr,
i, Jaunarr. S3', bid, v,s ked; Mar, 3Sf
j, '"KS. a's ! T',rt-
?:?, ; ! HlKl
-' ahadobrtter acd uric hUbrr. So. 1 rolr-
Kanaaa City Live Stock.
KA""ai ClTT, SoTMDbCTS,
The Lhr-SKKt Mltttr rrpcru
CiTTt Krtrifl, 5: markrt tAj
fairly aetlTest yratCT-Iij'a prlc-a
lira. IX-elpU, fZ markt nrmri lma at- I
eTarlojr 3J to 3" xcad ul at i 1V4I no 1
uau at i i to
Siir KmwJp1. '. martet notBlaallj' nu-
St. Loala Oraln and prodec.
r, Ixm. yonbr J, t4.
roca Markt doll nd caehioxe'i.
Wni.T-Mart bljrhr nl Jnrt N. I rrrl
ra'.'icubn'.i ovnlT 7W7J;. eloalar
Ti'.i Lumber )!.. tUrtlur IK Mdi Jaooarr,
Com Hlr!wTBdlBrttTjKKca!iiV; !
tS .VoTwnfcers SiUUM Jmearyj ,..' i
Oa:-SUaj aAd aSowj SWS', t-ht Tf.X
Ktcxii-r TUnr, . barrrU wtwat, .
baabja; fern, jijw nuui.s om, u,w
ry. ( baabU; barJfj, C,W
xti-Hivr nBT. .w barrel j wlwat. ;
I eora, Zi.mi twaaeia t oaia. ;
cJir - '' -
Coro 2n-f si Tar: 3V Jaaaary; 3i -ar.
St. Lesit Lin Stack. j
ftr tct. XorveaWr S. UM. '
tine VxAti 4S-a4 atreai-rr; Tort , J
.x.sja. jMm, mjwi: trK-. ,
( rwtS'-". Eerjpu. J.7; a-Sjimwu , tm.
Carnx Karirtwl j tafccr trad at alaw;
Osleata Ur tWocc
Oncxio. Xe-rat-r 3. UM. .
Tl H"vrrr"t Jtv! rrjcrU.
Hoot ltijs, 4t a!F-rt., JJS
art-t asT uuUk Mti ra w-Sar
.Z4H C;klajra ihSpptsf. M.7's 1
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Rob i son Bros.
21 Mairi Street.
We open this day all oar stock of
UNDERWEAR AND KNIT GOODS
WAKE UP! WAKE UP!
If it ia not known, we intend
opened the above amount and
Come and see our men's shirt
ONLY 20c EACH.
The same is sold
Come and see the difference.
Sold in this city
CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAK8. CLOAKS. CLOAKS.
CLOAKS. CLOAKS CLOAKS. (JLO A Kb.
0LOAK8. CLOAKS. CLOAKS.
WiU Be All the Go.
MORE AND BETTER
Cloaks than there is this
We will sell you if you want them and will not bore you if yoa
don't. Come and nee,
YOU CAN NAME YOUR OWN PRICE
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS.
iTAKE THE PLANK WALK ONE DOOR NORTH OF P.-0.
l The ciiet cb tor la Kimm. No bodd7 wff or track.
Men's. Women's and Childrsa'a
that it ahall bo, that we have
will give you all the benefit.
and drawors, a pair 40 cents.
in this town for
Also our all wool men's socks,
for 37 l-2c.
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