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UlLLLlAilV.l ILolLIllAl the Senate.
Every Congressional district in Ala
bama was carried by the Democrats
yesterday. Joa Wheeler defeated his
formidable opponent, Jackson, by
Pbklan defeated "ZichV in Covirg
ton, his borne, by 68 majority, a gain
of 125 fjr the Dernocra's as compared
with 1884, when "Zach" carried it by
57 majority over Harris.
Thi Indiana Democracy will have a
majority on joint ballot in the L'gisla
tare that will enable them to elect
"Old Joe McDona d" in place of Har
rison, an implacable Republican.
Thi vote cast in the city yesterday
was light, bnt Phelan waj np at the
head ef the procession,- His vote
(48S4) is only seven lore than that cait
far Bob Taylor (4871), and it is 144
more than the vote cast for Harris in
Spiaker Carlisle unexpectedly met
with something like close pressure
yesterday. He was badly equetred.
He wis re-elected by the Sixth Dis
trict Democracy by lees than 1600 ma
bitty, a falling off ef nearly 4500 votes
from h s mnjoiitv of 1884. '
Phblan'b majority is phenomenal,
and proves that the popularity evi
denced by his unanimous nomination
by the Democratic Convention was of
me enduring sort ana rests upon a
basis of tree eonrent by the people
and is not the work of a clique or ring.
Bunkhbad, the free trade Demo
crat, defeated Long, the high tariff
Republican, in the Tenth Alabama
District, of which Birmingham is the
trading and manufacturing center.
His vote is a little less than that of
Martin, who had no of position, in
Eveby Democratic candidate for
Congress in Arkansas was elected yes
terday by increaeed majorities over
the vote of 1884. The State will thus
have the continued services of Breck
inridge, who has proven himself a
tower of strength to the Democracy
on the fl :or of the Home.
Mississippi elected none but Demo
cratic Congressmen yetterday. Chal
mers was defeated by Morgan by a
majority very much larger than that
of 1884. This ought to teach the per
severing but misguided "little Brig."
that he is wasting his courage and
ability in tbe Second District,
Ok the whole it is fair to claim that
Cleveland's administration has been
indorsed by tbe people in yesterday's
vote. A gain of several Congressmen
is reported, a clear proof that so far as
the party has been guided by the
President it has done well. This is
very encouraging for 1888.
Bob Taylor is to be the next Gov
ernor of Tennessee. He was elected
yesterday by a majority variously
estimated at from 25,000 to 35,000.
He has more than recovered the
lo3f.es made by the parly in 1884,
when Bate was re-elected by only
7000 majority a loss of 20,000 as com
pared with his majority in 1882.
texsessee democratic bt
jia;uriti of 25,000,
Vain or 1 8,000 Over the Total
for Bate la 1884 ana Close
oo That of 1882.
THE LEGISLATURE DEMOCRATIC
BY 42 OX JOIST BALLOT.
James Phelan Elected to Congress
irom This District by a Ma
jority of 8500.
ARKANSAS, ALABAMA AND MIS
Hewitt Electee Mater of New York
by en Immense Plurality Over
George and Roosevelt. v-.fi
GALNS OF DEMOCRATIC CON
GRESSMEN IN A 1EW STATES.
Cleveland's Administration Indorsed
by Majorities That Are the
Precursors of Those
, of 1884.
New Yobk City has elected Hewitt
(Dsm.) Mayor by a plura'ity of 23,000
votes. George (Labor .candidate) ran
ahead of Roosevelt (Rep.) by from
7000 to 8000 votes. If George main
tains his orgin'zation in 1888 the can
didates for the Presidency will have
to consider him. lu that , case he
would be as formidable as a State.
The Democrats of the Tenth Dis
trict are to be heartily congratulated
for the work they did yesterday for
James Phelan, their candidate for
Congress. His majority will not be
less than 8500, a gain for the Democ
racy of 4050 votes as comptred with
we returns oi 1884 when .Zich Tay
lor (Rep.) defeated Harris by 658 votes.
Tennisbee is again Democratic by
an old time majority. Bob Taylor
was yesterday elected Governor by
from 25,000 to 85,000 majority, and the
Legslature will be Democratic by
bout foity-two on joint ballot We
have made a gain of one Congressman,
James Phelan, in this district. In the
first ana Second Congressional dis
tricts me .Republicans are still too
iuucn ior us.
XT is not often that a young Demo
crat meeting with so much and such
well organized and bitter opposition
at tne outsat is so enoeeesfnl as Mr.
James Phelan was yesterday. He
outstripped the most sanguine calcu
lations of his friends and distanced
his Republican competitor, making it
pimmy apparent ana wunout Uoubt
that tbe Tenth is a Democratic cis
trict. Defeated in 1884 by 658 votes,
the Democrats are successful this year
ana l a,.n . . -
oi iow Dy sow majority.
E'ectiong were held yesterday in the
following named States and Territories
for State officers and Congressmen:
ALABAMA EightConiresimen. '
COLORADO -Statu nffin.r..
iu una vuuKresameD.
CONNECTICUT-SUt nffW.. T...S.1..
mre aim luur lODgreaamen
ana mi ionrrtsnmen, ana voted upon a pro-
vueou Biueiiuiueui lu lue lunl IUIIOD OI tut
ouue relating io in aeeinmt or tazea.
DELAWARE-Governor. I..il.l.tnr. .ml
FLORIDA Legislature and two f!nniu.
men, and voted upon the proposed new Con-
euiuuon ior me state.
GEORGIA Ten Congressmen.
ILLINOIS Minor State offio.ra. LmrinU.
tare and twenty Congreaamen, and voted
upon a propnrea amendment to the Con.ti-
tutionofthe citato to abolish the contract
eyaiem in me state prisons.
INDIANA Minor fitsta cffiiuri. t,i..
vvuKiaiBiuoa auu ucgiBiaiure
IOWA Minor State nrnV.ra itnt .I.tt..
KANSAS State officer".. Winlatur. nH
even Congressmen, and voted upon a pro'
inn.u awauuuj.ui w 1110 KUUBlllUUUn OI inO
Diaie to reorganize me juaiciary.
KENTUCKY Eleven Congreaamen.
MARYLAND Six Congreaimen.
MASSACHUSETTS State nftWa. T.;..
lature and twelve Congressmen.
MICHIGAN State officers. T.lalntnr.
and eleven Congreaamen. and voted upon
two propoied amendments to the Constitu
tion of the State, one of whifth nrnvtila. for
ineauumng ana payment or claims agaimt
the counties, and the other relatea to the
taiarieaof the State executive and judicial
MINNESOTA State offiiwi. T.i.l.tnr
ana nve vongretamen, ana voted upon a
proposea amenament to toe vonatitution of
the State to facilitate the emotion f ...ni.
and school buildings.
MISSISSIPPI Seven Congressmen.
MISSOURI Minor State offinera anil ft.nr.
NEIiRASK A-fitaU offini.T.irl.l.tnr. ,A
vnree vongreasmen, ana voted upon a pro-
vv.eu Biuouuiiiaui w ioe lonsiuuiion or the
Bute which relates to the pay of the mem
bers of the Legislature and the length of the
NEVADA Stat officers, Legislature and
one Congreaamen, and voted upon three pro-
gosed amendments to the Constitution oi the
tats, the firatof which relates to the man
ner vi nuieuuing inat instrument, toe sec
ond requires a year's residence in the State
as a ciualifioation for voters, and the third
authomes the investment of the State school
funds in United States bonds or the bonds of
NEW HAMPSHIRE Governor, Legisla
ture and two Congressmen.
NEW JERSEY Governor, Legialature
and seven Congreasmen.
NEW YOllK-'-Judge of the Court of Ap
peala. Assemblymen and tbirty-four Con
greaamen, and voted upon the question of
holding a convention to revise the Constitu
tion of the State.
NORTH CAIIOLINA-Justlces'of tho Su
preme Court, Legislature and nine Congress
men. OHIO-Minor State officers an'J twenty
PENNSYLVANIA tate officers, Legisla
ture and twenty eight Congressmen (one on
tbe general ticket).
RHODE ISLAND-Two Congreaamen.
SOUTH CAROLINA -Rttoffi. i
lature and seven Congreaamen, and voted
upon two proposed amendment to the Con
atitution of the State, on of !a1i i..
for the renewal of the publio debt, whioh
uiBvuiM mi iwo, auu iuo otner cnanges the
time for taking the KtntA . iqui
and every tenth year thereafter, but author
ises the Legislature to accent the enuraera-
iioii uiHUB ov me rnoarn. UnvamntA . 1
to base the apportionment and assignment of
UapiBBOUWlUBB upou It,
The vote in Shefbv county was vnry
iight, ths darky B publicars tnking
Very little interest in the ri sult, which
was a victorv from the top to the bot
tom of the ticket by about 3500 major
ity. The vote was 2500 less than in
1884. Very little scratcbirg was done
in any of tbe wards or districts, and
there was but little druukenuess and
but one arrest fr illegal voting. Tbe
total vote in tbe ci y for Guvernnr,
which is a fair index of the remain
der, was 6274, of which Bob Taylor re
ceived 4871 and Alf Taylor 1403 The
Democrats elected are James Thnlan
for Congress, Hanry J. Lynn and J. D.
Monttdonico for tbe Senate, J. W. Al
len, W. K Harrell, Ralph Davis. R. A.
Odium and W. L. CUpp for the House
srsciiL to las apfiil.)
Athens, Tkkn., November 2. Re
turns show the nana! Republican ma
jority oi zou io ww. All Taylor leads
the ticket. W. C. Hsrmbv is elected
Representative. Toe chances for Car
ter, Uem., Ior the Henate are good.
'. IsriouL to Tii irriAL.I
Dtissbubo, Tsnn , November 2
Election qniet The indications are
that the regular st'aieht Democratic
ticket is elected from toD ta bottom.
Glass, Democrat, is elected to Con
gress by a big mejonty. The full Re
publican vote was polled, and it will
take the official count to decide be
tween Parker, Democrat, and Sinclair,
xiepuDucan, ior .Representative. Tbe
bolters are completely snowed nnder.
But few dietricte have been heard
from, and it is impoes'ble to give
ures. In the Twenty-First Dittrict
the Democratic msioiitvh 134. airainet
116 in 1884.
I SrtOI AL TO TBI APPIA L.1
Waknkk, Tinn . November 2.
Bob Taylor 55, Alf.Taylor 121.
tSPtCUL TO TBI 1FPIAL.1
Normandy, Tbn.. November 2.
Bob Taylor 99. Alf Taylor 7. Richard
fSPRCIAI. TO THI APPEAL.
Shblbyvill, Ti.nn., November 2.
One-half of the count v heard irom.
Bob Taylor 1012. Alf lavlor 819. For
Congress Ricbardsen 99, Mather 780
Tolley leads bo far for Senator 49 votes.
Moody is elected Kenreeeula'iive and
Ccoper car lies the Bounty for floater.
iKFICIAL TO THI APPKAL.
Bartlett. Tbnn.. November 2. Boh
Taylor, for Governor, majority 60.
Phelan, for Congrees, majority 66.
ISPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.J
Ripliy. Tinn.. November 2 Tjiii-
derdale coanty polled a light vo!e.
Tarrant, Republican, for R-presenla-titive,
is probably elected bv a small
majouty. Glass, Demccrat, for Can-
ares, carries tbe countv bv a hand
some mnjority. The Democratic vote
ion on io per cent., comoared to 1884.
Tbe balance of tbe Democratic ticket
was elected bv d creased mainritirui.
caasea oy a mil .Republican vote.
IBP 101 ALTO THI APPIAL.I
Nashville. Tnm.. Novnmhp 2.
Franklin oountv. Twelfth Dietrirt.
gives Bob Taylor 76, Alf Taylor 30,
Ricbardsan 76, Ma' her 30.
8PICIAL TO THI APPIAL.I .
Winch estkr. Tsnm . Novmhr 2
Bob Taylor 268, Alt Taylor 129. Five
letricts in countv. 1 svlor iBRda Tallv
for Senate 240. Judge Williams is
lected to tbe Legislature by a large
IBPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Gadsden, Tknn.. November 2
Crockett Countv Bob Tavlnr rw. Alf
Taylor 86: Democratic eaio 16.
Milan-Bob T.ivlor 323'. Alf TarW
301, Democratic Ices 4.
ISPIGIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Sparta. Tbnv.. Novemhir 2 Thvoa
districts of White county give B b
Taylor 425, Alf Taylor 2g0, Neal 430.
them the opprrtnnitv to io this if
I they wislud it. They voted straight
for Alf Taylor.
18PXRIA1. TO THI APPIAL.I
Seven districts Hive Bob Tavlor 1027,
Alf Taylor 371, Ntal 1029, WilJei 367.
SPICIAL TO THI APPIAU.
McMinnvillk, Tknn., November 2.
Tbe following is the official vote of
Warren county with five districts lo
hear from: R. L Taylor. 1 lot, A. A,
Tav nr 4H9 Naal 1107. W i t RS
Fairbanks 1224, Nichols 3Jj. Wood"
684, Savage 981. The five custricts to
hear from are strong Democ-atir. Will
rive Savage f r Reprtsentative over
ooa a majority oi about 4uu.
ISPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Nkwport, Tbnk.. November 2.
Three districts give Bob Taylor 340,
Ail l ay lor 907, wnite km, sailer 367.
SPICIAL TO THI APPIAL.J
SraiNoriBLD, Trnn.. November 2.
There was a vry 1'ght vote all over
the county. Nine dietrirta give Bob
Tavlor 1174. Alf Tavlor 876. For Con-
gress, Washington 1220, Joa. Nte 220.
State Secator, Oobbs, Democrat, 1125;
JtiaraiDe, KRPUbiican. 344. Kepreien-
tative, Fort, Democratic nominee, 79,
noiman, inciepenaenr, o. nice du-
trict yet to hear from will increase
Fort's majority el'ghtly, and insure
tbe election of tbe s raigbt ticket The
county instructed overwhelmingly for
llPICIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Brownbvillk, Tsnm., November 2. ',
Not quite a lull vote was polled here
to-day. Only about bail tne county
beard Irom. Aii.Taviors milirltr
will be near 1100. Head, for floater,
will odij be beat by abmt 4uu in tiav-
wood, which will he offs't by abont
ooumxiptoD. McKiwee is elected by
tbe usual majority over folic tuem.)
fir the Sarate. Claiborne (Dem.) is
beat by Lyle for tbe Senate SCO in
Hayword. Landerdale and Crockett
may gain enough to offset this,
Obion Coanty. ,
ISPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Ukion City, Tinn., November 2.
Bob Taylor 601, Alt Taylor 268, Gh
521, Nunn285, McDowell 362, Rich
ardson 251, Parks 375, Harris 190.
ISPKOIAL TO THI APPIAL.
Troy, Tenn., November 2. Returns
from three districts, including Troy
and Un'on City, give Bob Taylor
iul's, aii layior atw. me same dis
tricts in 1884 save Bate 809. Reid 475
McDowell, for the Senate, carries the
county by 4Ut). 1'aris, for floater,
carries it oy oi.u.
iHPIOIAL TO Till APPEAL.
Union City, Tknn., November 2
The nine districts Rive McDowe'l,
vera., ior tne senate, zzi majority
over Richardson, bolter. The other
districts to be heard from will increase
his majority t 400. Unton City gives
bod layior otxi, aii layior Zoh.
l'ie gains being es ecially larae in th
r ny. rne rutirnB irom a,i bnt t
prenncw give aii layicjr 1178 rralrritv
aiin'ns'. inuu ior item in iBitt. Wiid'r a
maj irity in the countv wi;l. be 1375,
avjHinst 2173 lor fcv.ns in 1884.
Ttie result between Wbitice. Dam..
ard Ktnnpdy, Rip , for Stats fituator,
is iu oouui, wun cnancra lor the lat
ter. John VT. Stone, H p , is elected
as one member of the lower Itotse by
over 700 majority, and thereealttx-
tweeu uanbar, Xem., and HiUchlne,
R'p , colored, is very cloee and there
ill not be 25 votes difitrenc. Sw.nn
received a large Democratic vote and
is one of the mcst premising young
uiou oi tnia aiitnot.
Bight Dctnieratle Cstna
NAHOHiLi.t, Tknn., November 2.
12 :30 am. At this hour sutticient re-
lurns are in to inrnre tbe e lot t ion of
the following Congressmen. The
I'emccrau gain one la the SUte and
reduce Honk's majority nearly 4000.
First District, Roderick Random Hot
ter, Kp. ; Second District, Leonidas C.
Houk, Sep.; Third Dietric, John R.
Nea, Dem. ; Fourth District, Benton
McMillln, Dem.; FiftblDietrict, James
D. Ricbardon, Dem. ; Sixth District,
Jesenh K. Watbingtnn, Dem ; beventh
District, W. C. Whitthorne, Dem.;
Eighth District, B. A. Knloe, Dem.;
Ninth District, P. T. Glass, Dem.;
Tenth Dittiict, James Thelan, lm.
ICnntlaned on Fonrtk Pmo.)
Hardin. Democratic loea 16. Knnh.
l.can loss 148;
ItiPIOlAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Morristown, Tknn , November 2.
the h'ctiou pred off qn'etly. N'ne
riittric's hant from pivu Alf Tay'or,
Rp , for Governor 749 Bob Ti-ylor,
Dem., 5M8. Biit'tr, Rep., forCorgresi
711, Whi'e, Dem., 598, Demrcratio
lofstii Three districts to hear from,
two oi wnicn ae nepnoncan, will
probaMy increa e A'f Taylor' niafori-
tyto30v)and Butler's to 225. The
Rfpublicin LegisUtive ticket carried
wita the blance of tbe ticket.
iRrlCIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
NAsnviLtB, Tknn., November 2, 11
p.m Returns np to this hour show
Democrat'c (tains all over the State,
though a light vote has been polled.
B-b Taylor, Dem., for Governor is
elected by between 20,000 and 25,000
majority. The Demorra's gain one
Congressman in the Tenth District.
All former Democratic districts return
Democrats with slightly increased ma
jorities. The Kepublican Legislative
ticket in this (Davidson) county has
iHPICIAL TO THI APPIAL
Naih villi, Tbnn., November 2
The vote of tbe city is not in yet. In
the county np to 1 o'clock Bjb Tavlor
stood 3761, Alf 3492. Congressional
aDont tne same, it is now quite evi
dent that Merritt, Dam , will be elect
ed to the Legislature, and Mima. Hott
er, to the Senate, the rest Republican.
in JHcMinr. count v entire the Kennb-
lieu, ticket is elected by 4(H) majority.
' iRPIOU! TO THI APPIAL.I
Nashville.' Tinn.. November 2.
Returns thus far from the First Con-
grtfsional Dis'ric' : R, t. Taylor 340,
a. lavlor 307; for Coneres. White
333, Butler 367. Second District -R.
Taylor 458, A. Taylor 1310: for
CortgreFs, Heiskell 461, Houk 1334.
Third District R. Taylor 670, A. Tay-
ior obi: for Uorg ess, Neal 694,
IHPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.J
Bolivar, Tbnn., November 3. The
vote in this countv was liirht com
pared with that of two years ago, but
ir went Democratic as usual, giving
Phelan not less than 600 majority.
IHPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.)
Bolivar, Tinn., November 2. The
vote ot Hardeman county is lighter.
The Democratic Legislative ticket ia
elected by a handsome mn oritv.
Democratic gains, so far, 84. Bolivar
Precinct-Alf Taylor 184, Bab Taylor
SPIOUL TO Till APPIAL.I
Gallatin. Tinh.. November 2.
Election news comes in slowly. Every-
thing passed off quietly. There was
not a full vote polled in this district.
a a. lavlor received 314 and Bob
Taylor 257. Republican maiontv 67.
Turner 451 and McMillan 123; Cobb IJ.Kooui.irsf,!. T.-Uowdoa th. Hill
f ir the Senate and Montaomerv for T Howard. !MS Washlnrtoi
BPICKR Tha frianda and aoqualntnM
of tha lata Johh K. Spich ar lavitad k t
tsnd his funsrsl, tVom Mo. 3 LaKosa strstt.
this (WEDNESDAY) mornlnt at M a'aloek.
Ssrvioat at tha Hernando Btrest Uathsdiat
Church by the Hsv.Dr. Ppnaat 10i oVl'S .
PEBLOW-Tueada Nov.mbsr 2, 1HW, at
3 P.m., t heart diaeata, HoHKar Psni.ow,
a sd 73 jean. '
Funeral from No. 63 Arary street thlt
(WWNKSDAT) afternnon at S 'cl.ielr.
LE1I.A SCOTT LOIXIE, No. 289,
F.4 A.M.-Will meet In aUte.l .
eomrounlratlon this (WiiaiH0Av),'if
evening, Nov. 3d, at 7:30 o'lilurk,
forutipatohnfbuilnsas. AllM.M.'s' X
are fraternally Invited.
Byordor U. K. OA V AN A(1U, W.M.
Atteat: A. 8. Mtsbb, Hecretaxy.
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T KHALLV and Uuietlr Obtained In a few
x-i weeat, wunout iiubiioll
port, deaartlnn, oruelty
ulilloitj, tor aon-ann
and other eaniaa.
All co omHnlcntinna confidential. Advice
trea. W11.11AM aiUA LLA W , room 17, aouth
eaat corner Fifth and Main streets, KAN
BA8 CITY, MO.
ClOUPONSof the flavoan Hotel Company
J Bonds, maturing November lat, will be
paid on presentation at the Manhattan eav-
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ubb UHII., i.iumiiuin, ur UtB VUlOfl OI li.
Levy A Co.. New York.
W.'M. FARRINOTON. Prealdent.
DU. R. L. LASKI,
Physic-inn, Snrjoon and Aecouoher.
RK8IDKN0K AND OFFR'R.
813 ItlHlta (Htr(t Near Urn too.
Teletthnno Nn. HH.
r ifR0VALatii j XJ
Thll powder never variea. A mitial aj
purity, itrenuth and wholeanmeniva. Mm
oonornlnal than the ordinary kinda, aad
cannot be aold in coinnctitiun with the m al
titude of low teat, annrt weisht alum ar
ph(lht powders. Snun nm.T IM una.
nUIAl. UAKINU I'OWUKK CO ,
HW Wall itreot. New Yolk.
UNITED STATES TRADERS
PROTECTIVE UNION. ;
Main Onice-120 Itroudwuy. S. 1.
Hemiihla Ufflce, 2S5 Vain .St,
WALTER t.KM.OIIY ATTOKJfKT.
rlleadciuartfrsforthe PROMPT C01.HO.
TIjN ul Notes snd Aoaouatf. ,. ,
asr0ur Attorney will send Circulars to iM
wno will wrnei r tnoin
Park. Rooms larxa
convenient to ears
TENNESSEE (Inv.rnniv T...i.l.i. .-j
TEXAS State nffin-r.. T.l.u, ..,
WEST VIRflIvrAr...i.il, j ....
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WISCONSIN Sid t nffin. I
and nine Congreaamen, and voted
Pbilah baa reason to be very prond.
His majority overtoDB anvthins we
have heard of in this district for lome TLhis nnexpeeted result is undoubtedly
. - tha rfltllan Anna 1 4L. .11 . ..'
Sreaamen, and voted upon a
muni ii Crtnai.tl,,tin -r .l.
State which gives to women tha right to vote
at school elections.
Jih?.!1!! 01.rlnl", Territories, Arisona,
Utah. Wa.hin,tr .W. ."'
eleoted one delegate to Conareaa, who ia en
butnot0tov"o"t.,n th' U" ni
aPIOIAL TO THI APPHAL.l
Nashvillb, Tens., Navember 8.
Returns f.om fifty-five out of ninatv.
five counties indicate malm-it tnr
Bob Taylor of 25,000 votes. The next
Senate will stand : Democrats, 22- Re
publicans, 11. Returns for the lower
house are incomplete, but indicate, as
far as heard from, thit the Democrats
will have 65, Republicans 34.
THB INTBNSB PBBUNO UPLAIdBD.
A'ashviixb, Tst , November 2
Considering the intense interest felt
in the election here today, every thin a
pHtaea on very quietly. There were
only a few minor fights, and nothinc
. . "
ui n aenoas nature o ccurred. '
The entire Eumiblinan tiric. :.v.
the possible exception of tbe candi
date for Floter al Senator, is conceded
iu uoeieciea. juonev. the KonMhii
candidate for that office, leannii
strongly toward the whisky intsrest.
fi?A .M. scratched to an extent
-at K, fa Relieved will elect
Mims, his Democratic ODnonnnt
uiuo. ah ioz uasey Young was
elected by only 859 majority, and in
1884 J. M. Harris was defeated by
558 majority. To wipe out this re
verse and secure a majority of 3500
puts the candidate of ths young De
mocracy away np among the support
ers of Cleveland. His influence eo
stroDgly indoised, ought to count for
something in the councils of the
party. He is emphatically the repre
entative.of the Tenth Congressional
the consequence of the attnmnt
prt of machine leaders to force the
people to swallow Thnmu J ciu
Though the Democratic platform fav
ored iubmlesion, the desperate attempt
of the liquor men to vote down the
submission plank in the county con
vention, and the subsequent nomina-
uuu ur iub nenate nt K .
saloon keeper, who formerly kept a
low groggery in Black Bottom and is
still engaged in the retail liquor busi
ness forced the conviction that he
would betray tbe people if elected and
either vote ugainBt aubmiesion or be
SPICIAL TO Tag APPIAL.I
Clarksvillk, Tbnn., November 2.-
lhere was a Democratic gain here I
IBPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL. I
Hemdebson, Tbnn., November 2.
The vote is the same aa last vear.
T 1 . . . r- -r, i, -
Aemocratic iou, AtepuDiican VV.
artOIAL TO THI APPIAL.J
Pulaski, Tbnn., November 2.
Eight districts give Bob Taylor 998,
Alf 571, Whitthorne 939, Blackburn
665. Eleven districts give Bob Taylor
1681, Alf, 1097; a Democratic gain
Polabki, Tbnn.. November 2. The
quietest and most orderly election
known here for many yean took place
today. The vote was wofullv f s-ht.
The only ripple in the whole election
orcurred last night at a meeting of tbe
Alf Taylor Club. P. J. Clark, a white
Republican, who is very obnoxious to
the Democrats, was making some
aesertioDS about Er-Qov. Brown
and Justice R. P. Yancy in
a speech wben a spectator, an
ex-soldier who had served under
Brown,' gave him the lie. On
Clark's showing fight he waa covered
wilhasix shooter, bat quiet was finally
restored and nobody hurt Twelve dis
tricts, tnat voted last August for Chan
cellor 4217, that is, for Abernathy,
Dem., 2816; Doheity.Reo., 1401, voted
today: Bob Taylor 1917, Whitthorne
1840; Bevring, for Slate Senator,
Dm, 1807; Howell and Yancy.
Dem., for the Hons. 18(17
and 1894, respectively, Alf Taylor
1331, Blackburn for Congress 1326,
Morris and White for Lower Home of
tbe Legislature 1302 and 1286, and
gave Cleveland 1838, Blaine 1484, Bate
1834, Reid 1491. Tbe lines seem to
have been very closely drawn, and the
Radicals did not even vote for Ewing
for the Senate, be having no oppo
nent. A great deal was expected from
the quarrel between Morris and the
negro, and which took place about
the August election, in which be gat
only 164 votes for Countv Court
Clerk, but the expectations did not
materialize. J. Polk Edwards, the pro
tempore chairman of tbe Remit).
lican committee, fought Morris and it
was thought the Republican might
vote ior n layirr ana ecrtoa Mor
ris, voting lor the Democratic LeaMla.
tors; but they did no', though tickets
were on band printed, only to give
(SPICIAL TO THI APPIAL
Fayb raviiXB, Tknn , November 2.
Meager returns indicate Democra'io
its Ids compared with the vote of 1884.
Ewing, Dem., is elected Senator with-
n.. nnnaUlA.. ..J fn CI .... ... T
nui ui'i'uai nuu, buu iui A' tumor AUgBjU,
Ind. Dem., is defeated by Tipis, Dora.,
by 155. The chancre are Solo
mon for Representative. The Dfmc-
era's carry everything. Average vote
ISriCtAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Columbia, Tinn.. November 2
Seven districts of Manry county, net
liemocra io gain oi oi, Kepublican loss
392, Dtmccratic majority .probably
Nine districts in Maury county give
liOD layior is), All Taylor 1092
Twe'.ve districts of Maury county
give dod Aayior iuu, ah layior l.'BU,
a net uemocretic gun oi and Ke
publican Iocs of 668
(9PECUI. TO THI APPIAL.
Columbia, Tknn., Noverabr 2.
Later official vote of fifteen districts
give Bub 2'22, Alt 1680. Democratic
majority in the county will bs be
tween B.u end iwv. i wo yea's ego
the Democratic mi-jority wns ."(i0 Tue
increase is due to tho falling oil of
the Ripublicaa vote. Tho Di'mtictat-
io vote will be about the same as two
IBPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Knoxvili.k, Tknn , November 2.
Eight precincts heard from in Knox
county, including five city ward", in
dicates that Alf Taylor has a net loss
of 365, compared with Reid's vote.
Bob falls behind Bate only eighty-one
votes. Twelve precincts in Knox
county give A. A. Taylor 451 majority.
The eame preclncti gave. Reid 647.
ISPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
McEwbn, Tknn., November 2.
The Fifth and Tenth Districts give
Bob Taylor 189, Alf 74, Washington
186, Nve 72.
I location delightful,
to Munhattjkn Tlnunti.
Coney Island, Long Beach and Central Park)
Up tn New Ynrk nln nt imimtmnnl
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 173.
I all .1
r"Wi2' Wnrri.iild iilmnlutfly pura
Cor on, fiom v lilt h Uifi-xtiMn ii
OllhuM hvoH r-'iiuwinl. ll bunarvtf
ttmrBtht ttrtnyiA of Corimiutiat
with Hlarrh, Arrow rciotorHiiKar.
mitl 1m tliLTt-furo fur nu't'roimasV
li'rtl, cotin0 hut than our ami
ctif. It In tlnliclutlrtt uutirlHltlnih
Jtniiyiht!tilitg, (H'tsJIy Uiga)t4'ila
uiui ml mint tily mliptt-d for tuvai
litHhti well a rr)inir.i liilifAltlk.
Kolti hf UroAfm 6vrrytrhtro
f.JAKER t CO., Dorchcslcr, Mass
ItCHOTKD AI.IVK, In ra 40 to
uiinulei, complete, with head, or ne
Medicine uleaaant and harmlaaa.
Uan ba adinlniatared i
safety to ohild or adult. Cull on
UK. M. NKI NMITII,
I ai mm. iiecxiei a nouae, earner inird I
nn etj. Ooxkiii tatiok Fn.
the Legislature and Hancock for
Floater, all Democrats, bad no oppo
nents and tao behind ihe ticket xLia
connty will be carried by Col. Turner
by 400 majority. This onunty votee:
Democrats, 3300; Republican", 1100;
but aa far aa heard from All Taylor is
close on to Boh and the difference will
be small. There have been Rtjub
, , " m " m " aasan . . '.-lh-
BPIOIAL TO TII APPIAL.I ' '
Jackson, Tbnn.. November 2. In
the election today Madison connty
gave the whole Democratic ticket be
tween out) and two majority, with both
iayiors tn tne lead. Tne election
passed oil quietly wilhont the least
uiBtnruances. roe rarty vote waa
almost entirely polled. Ho far as it
goes Madison connty (rives Bob Taylor
2146, Alf Taylor 1307. Congress
Knloe 2147, Hawkins 1301. Senate
Lomr. Dum.. 2148: PtW Run lsnn
3TiS'. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
2100 ; xiarper, itep., iz8.
Jackson, Tbnn,, Novembsr
FORTY 000 YEARS 0L0. ASSETS, $00,800,000
eS-r'd I'ollcy-Holderg In 188S, IS.0,000, and Not a Dollar of I
vuuiimtru iuiiu i usw
aev Bach a record Is really remarkahle In its exhibit of snenetlrt and akllllul minut
nent and liheial treatment of polioy-holdera.
(lmmrctu( B Mr tin, tfbruary lit, loW.
Tk.ll,.,..l ...h...... I. nl.l.l. .k. l.
the Ww Vrlt .Mf" has arer made-and that is sayiot all that need be said. IM
ruiiKiiV mltuaih Ami iieaick LsrnirF. at cjost.
Koom 1. Cotton Excliuniro Duildinr?.
MHIIMIIS ; r. "rEXMKMNKK.
ISPBOIAL TO TBI APPIAL. I
Bills, Tbnn , November 2. Demo
cratic majority in thia precinct 56.
ine vote oi is4 is unknown.
Uibaon Donnty. -
ISPIOIAL TO TBI APPBAL.l
Milan, Tbnn., November 2. The
following is the vote at thiahnx: Rnb
Taylor 323, Alf Tay'or 301. For Con
gres, Gla'B 319, Nunn302. The LorIs-
lative ticaei runs aoout the same.
8PK0IAL TO Till APPIAL.I
Humboldt, Tbnn., November 2. A
small vote was polled at this precinct
tuuay. me uemocrata, for uovernor,
uHtt-o m gain oi nearly per cent, on
.1 "II , , . . r
iue vieveiana vote, ana lead tue lie
publicans by 37 votes.
fBPICIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Tbbnton, Tbnn., November 2. The
returns from Gib. on county so far
snow a very decided Democratic gain
and a decided Rpublican loss. Kmht
districts out of twenty-four Rive Bob
Taylor 1560, Alf Taylor 1000. The
same districts in 1884 gave Bate 1433,
Reid 1142. The Democrats are jubi
lant and the Republicans are despond
ent. This connty haa a Republican
paper and desperate efforts have been
made to increase their vote.
ISPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Dickbin, Tbnn., November 2.-Five
districts in D ckson connty give Bob
Taylor 379 majority, a Democratic gain
of 32. Whitthorne's majority 394, a
Democratic gain of 49.
Later. Eight districts give Bob Tay
lor 766, Alf Tayl-r228
Dickson, Tbnn., November 2. The
total vote in Dickson connty gives Bob
Taylor 1318. Alf Taylor 430. Jacob
Leech is elected to the Senate in ,
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Xfoa. 238 and 829 Mala St MemphJ,:Te.
fuieM Maniifactirlaf Co.1 Plaids, DrOls, Hheetlof, Shlrtlnf,
Madison county went Democratic to
day by an old time majnrity. The re
turns indicate 900 or It 01) es the flg
nres of the mejoilty of Ihe Mountain
Bov. T. C. Long is elected Penator,
J. D. Pearson Floator and A. D. Hurt
Representative. Information received
up to tliiB time inrlica'e that Col. B
A. Enlos's majority will be nearly 2000
for Congress over S. W. Hawkins in
the Etahth District.
bpiciai. to Tni appial.'
Lkwibiicbo. Tbnn.. November 2
Rix ditrlctB of Marshall county give
R. L. Taylor 0r,0, All Taylor 374. Con
gress, Richardson, Dem., 834, Mather,
iien,, zii. Besate, Jones, Hem., 833,
McClure, Rep., 290. Float, O. L.
Cooper. Dem.. 828. Moss. Rbd.. 299.
County proper McClellan, J)em 826,
Linden, Rep,, 278. R. Taylor's ma
jority is 576. The same districts give
, rayette Connty,
hpicial to THI APPIAL.
Somirvillb Tbnn., November 3.
Fayette connty cast a comparatively
light vote today. The Republicans
usually carry it by irom wo to 1300,
hut today tbe majority is cat down to
00, or probably I was. t-
lai-SCIAL TO TBB APPIAL. '
Rathduhn, Tbnn., November 2.
The Twelfth district, Hamilton county,
gives Alf Taylor 180, Bob Taylor 96,
Neal 99, Wilder 186.
arlOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.
Chattanooga, Tbnn., November 2.
Returns from all the district! in
Hamilton connty except two precinct
give Alf Taylor 3304, Bob Taylor
2326, a Democratic gain over 1884 of
800. Neal makes similar eain over
Wilder In this county. The vote is
about 700 lighter than In 1884.
Chattanooga, Tbnn , November 2.
The election passed off anietlv. ith
light vote. Tbis county (Hamilton),
with three district to hear from,glves
a gain for Neal. Democrat, for r,nn.
gressot 763. The returns from the
other counties in this Congressional
District indicate Weal's election by
1500 maiorit. The Rai.tihlinana
elect their entire Legislative ticket in
II.IHMr mn -mi.m ...... 1
Chattanooga. Tbnn.. Novemhar 2 Cor. FrOllt and UnlOIL 1 HOVVUhI's RftW. 1.1 Pill nil l.
Tk. i nu.... ' ,: , , 7 ,
auv vuro iu viini.uiuuugll IB Bo IOI-
lows: For Governor and Congrees
men: Robert Taylor First Ward. 349;
8crmd 216, Ihlrd 293, Fourth 297.
Fifth 402. Alf Taylor First WarJ
476; Second 801, Third 614. Fnnrth
614, Fifth 355. Neal First Ward,
337 ; Second 195, Third 276. Fourth
280, Fifth 389. Wilder First Ward,
491 ; Second 379, Third 632. Fonrth
630, Fifth 303. The total vote is
abont 400 lighter than in 1884, the
falling off being chiefly among Repub
licans. Democrats have made heavv
gains Lu every district except one,
Capiial, $200,000. Surplus, 525,003,
J. B. 89D WIN, Prattt. J. M. WOODBAK, Tlee-PresX C H. BAItfE, Caukfaai
Boatd off ioireotorn.
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BarA tV't"rr of tko Mtoto mT r.MMW. Trna.n-t. wwerSl ilZmM1?
asme mmt fit 99 Bsxtelaa AtleaUina to OolItvrl.--,.'
P. . ALMTOlf.
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ALSTON, uIAUST & CO.
iidCommbisloo Merchant Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil Me 11.
1 Into amahI !.. o.v. ..!. I a mr. 11.. . 1 w.
hOIILJIliI m iM
And Commission Merchants,
Jin. 84 and SO Uadlxon Street, HeraphM
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